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Ramos shines in debut, Giants edge Marlins 3-2

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Ramos shines in debut, Giants edge Marlins 3-2

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"devan" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"devan" Discussed on Doughboys

"Clips on divine devante was divan. Had he had amazing pipes. Put them on display. Emma and worked. I'm shocked at work. A whole of this is a full day affair of trying to get this to work. But devan thome the what i do. He started talking like that. And i was like. Hey let me let me let me take advantage of this. Got his info and then and we and he did that basically this morning he was great and everyone in there was great which wives devan and mike. You helped push up to four and a half for folks not complete five forks but very very very very close not going to give. I'm gonna go with my heart but it's it's a great place and i think that it's it's a fun chain. If you have it in your neighborhood. I feel like if i was having a party and there was a bunch of people over in like i wanted to. Just get some warm cookies and milk for the end of the night but a nice little treat for dessert. I would one hundred percent. Take advantage of this. And it's like a. It's kind of a good date spot wags to walk to after after dinner or something. It's just it's great. They do what they do. Well four and a half forks nearly five forks great. Wow very good score we should. We should verify whether devan wants. Cash app public K with it out. That was that was a part of it. Okay if he's okay with anyone wants to wants to tip service worker and feel free to send them a couple of bucks and would be mitch. You and i will talk off line about our going. Gonna pay him because no. It's you heard divides personal account. Okay i think we do out of the boys account across the personal ago after your language. I don't think it needs to come from my checking account. Maybe come from the company's funds but especially for tax purposes but again we'll talk about this offline. i will say that the again the f. is great the app crap. The apps great the the one worker. There did a great job and had everything ready to go. You know. I didn't have a lot of repartee with him. That's more of mitch's department but but we think we had a nice interaction and and the service was great. And i will say that i like all the food. I like all the cookies. I you know there's a part of me. That's like i wish it in my college years instead of playing smash brothers melee and diablo two and you know like lake. That was basically my college experience. I wish i'd like thought of an idea for a fucking million dollar chain restaurant out of my dorm room. I wish i'd been that entrepreneurial because you know two weeks in a row we're running into guys who just sort of like had the gumption to just sort of and also got money from their families but that's fine But had the gumption to just sort of like have this idea and started up on their own and just sort of come up with this business and and appeal to a niche that they knew existed because they understand the eating habits of their fellow coeds and That's that's very much the case here. I get the appeal. I understand why this is working. I understand why this is expanding n. Y. it's growing and i think the cookies are pretty pretty good especially for the price. I think this is a decent value. Think all the things you could have invented in your college years. The hula-hoop.

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"devan" Discussed on Follow Your Curiosity

Follow Your Curiosity

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"devan" Discussed on Follow Your Curiosity

"The kid going. Missus hardesty you like it. Waiting looking in my eyes. And i look at the kid and i knew what they want in like my looking at say do you like it. So that's what we have to even as adults which is sometimes not as easy but you. Yeah but you know. I think we are all that kid. Bright we are like talk to that kid and wants to be good enough and want approval and say hey look your work is just as good as anybody else's you like it. That's the only thing that matters. It doesn't have to hang on anybody else's wall accolades sit on anybody else's shelf but how many people walk into. And i i will confess. I have had moments of this. Because i am not an artist but you know like walk into the the museum of modern art right and see something like a mondrian painting ago exactly squares and i could do this do they exactly. Because i'm here to tell you. I have never sat down and tried to paint like that exactly. So it's pretty rich for me to go in and judge somebody else's stuff when i've never on it and right people say oh. I could write a book about this end. Then they are so if you have that alone regardless of the quality of the book or the painting or whatever is something to celebrate exactly. that's so true just to to finish it love it and then devan something else. And that's okay and just to give yourself permission to not be perfect and is still create and have fun and enjoy the process. Do you have anything that works for yourself on giving yourself permission not to be perfect Say no i just. I just know that doesn't really matter. All the perfection but perfection is stifling and it just makes its freeze so Yeah i am goofy. I'm silly i liked to for painting times. I have made some my nicest work with a mistake. When i thought i had blue and i put it on the paints on the canvas and it was green. I'm like that happened. And then it works out nicely so with writing to. It's just kind of enjoy the process you. When you're writing you can make your little happy place with unicorns. Whatever that makes you happy you know. I used to buy time to go. I'm going to sell this to give it away. And i just kept it because i was like whoa. I'm just lying myself. I like the unicorn. It's silly to glass unicorn. I still have it but Just find that. Inner child that Artist and make it happy..

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"devan" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

Bon Appetit Foodcast

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"devan" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

"Our listeners may already know observe on as the man in the bond not videos who is always cooking with the absolute best outfits. And i have to say devan. It's sometimes hard to pay attention to what you're making because i've like really worried you're going to spill jerk chicken marinade through the holes of your mesh top. Devan is a pro though. He has cooked in restaurants and pop-ups across new york. He's developed recipes for ba and in two thousand seventeen. He launched yard he. His events company that celebrates cultural identity conversation through food. Welcome to food people devan. I'm super excited to talk to you. Thank you for having me. I save my appropriate shirts for the podcast is some more comfortable cozy five. You can't see him right now but he does look quite comfortable. Black t. shirt very classy. So let's just jump right into it. I have to ask you. I would you. We've been identified as a food person. You know i've had to grow into the term food person i. I didn't think i was a food person. At first i feel like my parents are very much. So my inspiration for being a food person and and learning how to celebrate not only being a food person in general but actual very specific ways in which my culture and my density play into how identify as we'd person My dad after retiring from the navy he started a restaurant with old zero cooking experience. He wasn't a chef but he really loves music actually and so he wanted to create a place in an environment where people could come and really get to understand his sensibilities in his his ideas of taste in art and connect with them through music and dialogue and also food that such a big part of how he grew up being from jamaica. He started the restaurant. And i was right there next to him would go after school. I'd be there on weekend. Was very a family run business. My other brothers and sister were there as well and that was one of the first times i started to really understand what food meant to me and what it meant to my family. Yeah that makes a lot of sense from your dad's side. What was your mom's connection to food like. My mom is a really incredible cook and it was cool because my mom is cooking not only for me but she was also cooking for her friends like she was really big on entertaining. I remember she was a very big catalog shopper in our household and she would or these various specific crystal dinner sets and we'd always have like what we would consider the eating table. And what was the special table where it was only for holidays but it was always. It was always ready for a dinner party even though no one was sitting there on weekends after she called all of her other sisters and cousins and on tees and calling her relatives back in jamaica and speaking in patois and then we would go downstairs and make a traditional jamaican breakfast. So those are some of the few moments. I remember which was very much. So about intimacy and bonding and spending time with food there right beside us as kind of like another personality in the room honestly. Yeah and what kind of food did she cook. Mostly and where did you grow up. Yes so. I'm from. Virginia i way of my parents who are from jamaica and emigrated to new york in the early seventies actually but it was funny to have sort of that blend of southern cooking and food and cuisine and jamaican heritage too. So as much as i was eating like ocoee and salt fish and stew beef curry go and fried fish. There was also corn bread and jam and all these sort of like very southern fixing that the table too which is interesting to kind of growth. In between worlds. And i think that as a first generation jamaican american. You often do that right. Your parents come to a place and they are exploring something that feels new and unfamiliar but also bringing that comfort with them to. I want to go back to what you were saying about that kind of blend of cuisines because that is such a common story and also you as a child. I wanna know how you were. Involved in that were you bringing food ideas or inspiration or cravings back to your parents from the world that you are experiencing out in virginia school and with your friends yes. That's a great question will as the saying goes takes a village to raise a child and i was very blessed to have owed say is a ton of surrogate mothers so there were like a ton of just like really incredible big personality just joyous black women who basically like all took me in as their child and would take turns watching me and shuttling me here and there when a mom was busy on fatigue and they're just so ecstatic to see me there and they're always just like what are you gonna come home and cook for like we cooked for ya. We coach for you and your and it you know. It's very amazing. Because i feel like it's always been an exchange in that way where people come into your life in the ways in. Which food helps you to kind of reverse. The roles of caretaking is interesting right. Because i feel like yeah when you're younger you're learning. You're opting all these kind of things from your parents but as folks get older. There's so much that she can give back to them too. Yeah that makes so much sense sort of knowing how community oriented you are as shaft father running the restaurant and you have your mother cooking and you have all of your southern aunties and fast forwarding to you finding your own footing as a chef. How much are you drawing. Inspiration from. Sort of those parts of your upbringing. It's interesting because they feel like for a long time. I was trying to be a different type of chef for a different type of food person. I guess you can say. And what type was that. Someone who you know had lots of arm tattoos and ran.

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"devan" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"devan" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"Bob sutton so yeah it is it is a little overrated to look at preseason production and and kinda take stuff off of that obviously worked for a guy like therese fountain. Although you know that wasn't just the production side of it. He just really looked the part as well. But yeah i think for tim ward. It's important to understand that is preseason. Production doesn't necessarily equal being a good player. You had found may be the exception to that rule. He really good production. This preseason as receiver even if it was against second third teams but we get all excited when we players making catches especially the the fountains and the Jody ford's end and those types over the last few years that production those stats those numbers. I saw some people. You were telling me get excited about shamed michelle from from a staff perspective. Yeah we get a little ahead of ourselves. There's a big difference between production box score. Production in the preseason versus the regular season. I'll give you another one. I think we overrate the interest. That other teams are going to have in the players that are cut from the chiefs so we every team has to cut down to fifty three players or cutting as many as twenty seven players in a span of a couple of days here. There's so many players that chiefs fans will look at a amongst the players that were cut and say. Oh they're never gonna make it through. Waivers saudis claim that guy. Somebody's gonna claim you know marlin character endeared door and and You know cornell powell and all the all these other guys. I think every team is dealing with the same roster member crunch and they got to find a spot for them if they would make a claim so i think as much as as i don't want to be negative about the chiefs players. I do think that we overrate Or maybe or maybe overweight what we have in those players or overrated how those players look from the perspective of other teams. Yeah it's easy for chiefs fans that do. Are you know any fan base to do. Because you're only focused on this team. You're not blowing the preseason and training camp every other team So i think it's easy just quake math for your stags. So if there's twenty seven players cut like you said not today's span By thirty one other teams. That'd be eight hundred thirty seven players all of a sudden out on the market. So that that that points to your you know your point. Obviously that just because we're focused on his guys leasing guys do well doesn't mean there's not eight hundred more other players that teams could be interested in so point but i i i on the other side will under eight something because i think as fans we underwrite the practice squad a little bit. I think we see these. Just for example cornell powell we see him cut and we're like oh he's a failure you know we didn't you know that didn't live up to the hype. Well i if he can make the practice squad and you can give them a redshirt year without ever having the pressure playing a real game so he can get down the offense and just perfect craft a little more. You know next year all sudden he could he could be a lot better than the preseason than ernest spot. You know practice there for a reason. And i think smart teams use it very well and i think the chiefs have always used a practice squad. Well we've seen guys like you know. Tim ward obviously didn't make the team initially but he's been a practice squad guy. The last two years at a you know that has shown something you know other guys as well you know pringle started out on the practice squad. He wasn't initially on on the team. I so i it stuff like that. You know daryl. Williams is another example. Well it stuff like that. That i think we need to understand that. Just because they're on the practice squad now doesn't mean they won't be key contributors in the future. I think devan keys candidate to be a guy that you know. He added this point. Preseason we're all kinda He didn't live up to the hype. You know maybe in a year or two all sudden it you know devan keys one of the starting safeties on this team and were touting beach again for finding an undrafted free agent. Y'all get predictions after the break. But i do think the chiefs are going to end up with a really really good practice squad that you can count towards the depth of this roster in you know. Maybe you can't keep four running backs on the active roster but if you get one of those fourth running backs on the practice squad the next just as good especially with the rules this season where you can have two players each week called up from the practice squad to the game and then right back to the practice squad without going through waivers. You can do that two players each week as long as each player hasn't had that happen to them more than twice in the season you can really think of these sixteen man practice squad as depth to this roster. That is probably not as likely to be poached as we thought so. Don't underestimate the practice squad. Turn your nose up at the fact that a guy got cut because the plane could very well be that. He's part of the practice is part of the depth of this roster and he's part of their future plans so i give some love to the practice squad votes. Not that's a good point. You made stags 'cause i was talking about more in the future. These guys could be available and be good players but with these rules smart teams to take advantage of the fact that they can bring up two guys a week and they can have these guys come up and play on the active roster for a game or two so yeah. I think that's important to know. But we also shouldn't underrate special teams. And i think chiefs kingdom has gotten pretty good about not underrating. The evaluates special teams you know jodi fortson is a perfect example you know i think we all saw it coming as soon as tobe was telling us that fourteen is improved a lot on special teams. I think that was like the key indicator that he was going to make the team. And then a guy like powell. You don't see him on special teams at all. No we already mentioned it but it just goes to show you that that really is especially if you're not a starter especially if you're one of the guys that that aren't gonna be playing every snapper even close to every special teams is very important and so we should never underrate that. But i think chiefs kingdoms pretty good about that by now. Yeah but i think if you look at the tail end of this roster and those players that were on the bubble right before roster cutdown even if they made the roster..

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"devan" Discussed on Niner Faithful Radio

Niner Faithful Radio

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"devan" Discussed on Niner Faithful Radio

"For a little bit Actually biedermann. Also set caution hand said rookie. Safety to lana with. Fungi is definitely giving himself an opportunity to compete for the starting strong safety job. We on one in after after strong practices in two good pieces in games. Devan wilson has been running with the status has been next recently so there is that.

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"devan" Discussed on Tarot Rebel Podcast

Tarot Rebel Podcast

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"devan" Discussed on Tarot Rebel Podcast

"A lot of different conversations with spiritual people and she presents a lot of these different ideas but in his dad. There is also another channel. That a like. That's called goddess cray. And that's very true. I is scripted. Idea gold is great. There is no just one ultimate truth. There is multiple truths within all of these different aspects. In what you mentioned before there's truth in everything every single religion in every single person but it's about finding dot personal truth for yourself and going back to the idea. Free will and just the aspect that attended. They may not necessarily just be oldies. Devan influences that crate all of this but humanity created all this cause a quote from from the bible in regards to the garden of eden. And what got said to To eve or actually satan Said i think it was gonna satan whoever somebody said it. It was idaho Basically to quote is when you eat from it your eyes will be opened and you will be like god. Knowing good and evil. dow's will be forbidden Were forbidden fruit. Was being able to differentiate the gift free will which eve up until that point. Didn't have so god almighty well. We're going deeper again. But that's that's where. I wanted to kind of finish off. Just give people some idea to think about after this episode so walls got evil for not giving her free willing dot moment and then come basically putting her into place where she could get her free well but told her not to do so but was all his plan. That's that's what does because if he's all knowing that he knew all the ship was going to happen anyways so like it all bleed out the way that he wanted to and it was all supposed to be this way and it ended up being all of us now have free will because eve aid from that tree that's awesome. We can theorize about as well. Now what is happening. My theory is is once..

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"devan" Discussed on The Phinsider

The Phinsider

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"devan" Discussed on The Phinsider

"Safety out of oregon. You know high draft. Pick a gun. The dolphins brought in here got rid of bobby mccain. How is he going to handle. You knew that game situation because what we've heard all these long you know throughout training camp. I mean we heard what three interceptions and four practices think he picked off any for pick six also. I won't justin feels reportedly. So i mean how devan holland gonna go out there. How's he going to get those. The rest of that secondary in place. And you know do some of those things that have veteran linked bobby mccain did and then you also have here brandon jones. I mean again. A young safety started four games last year against the patriots chargers denver and the patriots again played thirty eight percent of teams snaps. And you also have your jason mccourty is currently has started and i think you know a lot of that is because he is a veteran presence. He has got it understands. His defense can get those you know the corners and the rest of that defense align a little bit better than obviously a rookie but again if giovane holland do half the things that we continue to hear that. He's doing a camp. I mean that just seems like a homerun cy a homerun draft pick and you know when so many people wanted to running back. It was like so against the grain for the dolphins to go that route again. We're already hearing. That's paying dividends. All bite in practice yet just. I wanted to bear. Branded joins me by him. In different players the vet that jones started or played thirty eight percents snaps last season. Just kinda gave me the idea of. What can we expect from. How how'd you know have written down here. How long japan. How would be held out. We don't know how much is going to be eased in the system. We don't know of brantford. Simply just trust a veteran jason mccranie back there on the secondary so if he keeps making these blaze we know he's going to be out there quite a bit Is it only a matter of time. Before he takes over that starting gig or he becomes. Maybe that third safety does or do you think it's a situation where these according brandon jones are going to have have this role until holland you know. It's those thirty percents. Nassar's starts random game because of injury where he can really grabble of position. Where where do you see him. Really starting to make it impacts this here. Yeah that's the million dollar question. Probably one that. Only brian floors and josh boyer knows. I mean. if there's any you know defense that evolves around versatility no getting these different guys in situations. I mean that's prime floors defense. So i can't sit here and truly say i do think he's going to be that. Starting you know quote unquote free safety sooner or later but a mile down here and i brought it up before you know in two thousand nine hundred and played five hundred ninety one snaps at nickel corner in the slot. So you know. How much of that does brian. Flora's you know. Try to implement this year so a lot of different things. Yeah a lot of different things you can do there and i even joke you know. He's the anti mix. Patrick you know some of the knox against winker. I guess the whole reason. He's no longer here is because you know he didn't want to drop down the box. Go against a run and take on some of those blocks. I mean that's what you see. Which von hahn on tape so I do think this is going to be a guy that again no disrespect to bobby mccain. But i think which von holland bruce on tape. You know the range from silent silent. I think this is going to be that. Ball hawking free safety. And i'm pretty damn excited jake. I have no idea how this secondary is gonna shape out especially with those safeties. 'cause i mean we got mccourty got row. We got jones. You know and now we've got holland. I mean you name them. Even byron jones complacent safety right. It got got a great point there. Josh moving on it is the free season. The preseason to panic. That's what we're here for to get a little excited fantasy a sprinkle on some panicking and a little layer of doubt in how good your team's gonna be many really. Have the preseason. Bundle up for you. So josh i gotta ask win. Can we start panicking about the offensive line because you have leave. I can guilt with injuries. the dj fluker thing. I mean we've talked. We've talked about that to her balloon. The face That probably have been the miami dolphins two biggest injuries so far this season and everyone's kind of been under the impression that the dolphins are struggling a little bit. Brexit's the baker's but the bears have one of the better front sub into the league not necessarily trying to doubt that but when you look at their numbers last year they sacked opposing quarterbacks thirty times thirty five times Last year right in the middle of the pack leaks meanwhile khalil. Mack is one of the greatest edge rushers in the league outside linebacker. I mean the dolphins offensive line. Tomorrow night should be able to manage absolves right. There should be like the first team should be taken up field because offensive line gave up two false starts. And there's a fumbled snap as it. Right what is our standard for the offensive line when they play the bears. Yeah i mean. I really wish i could sit here and talk us off a ledge and say that everything's gonna be okay but i don't know that i can't jake. I mean you ask. When time to panic. I mean it is time to start feeling a little bit uneasy because again we mentioned is a lot of young players but nfl. You know it's one loss in the trenches and and this offensive line can't go out there and open up some of those holes can't protect to. It's going to be a long season. But i'm glad you brought up blankenburg because i think i alluded to it on the last podcast. No he was demoted. Is actually an injury. So now you have him yet believe. Jessie davis banged up. You know i heard some people say panky was taken reps or right tackle. I mean. I don't know what the dolphins had planned. In mind. You know when they obviously. Dj fluker obviously. They had to like jesse davis. If the worst case scenario. So i i do understand their plan but at the same time you know to think that you're gonna be able to go out there. And that is your best bet to protect. In your franchise quarterback that does make me feel a little bit uneasy and then you mentioned the center position. I mean that is up in arms. We brought him matt scurr. You know michael dealers taken over that role again. I don't know if that's good or bad. So i wanna see how they handle the defensive line for sure but I'm not going to say that you know i mean. I think you're trying to say that it shouldn't be as bad as you know it could be. But if we've learned anything in the past you know it's definitely going all inspire and it's gonna look you know doom and gloom and it's going to be all we're talking about is horrid offensive line day long for weeks. Can we named this episode. It shouldn't be as bad as it could be because that is sixty really is. It's our story of her life. That is incredible. Kind of the point. You know. I just don't wanna be setting year later tonight. I don't wanna be sitting here waiting till next week's game saying that. Well the offensive line. Excuse x. y. and z. I think that if the dolphins are showing concerns here week. One of the preseason. It doesn't mean they won't fix it. It doesn't mean they didn't have a plan in place Plan doesn't work in those. Are the doubt start tab and just these two are linked here so switching over. Can we see any big plays from the running back group and this one. I found myself into a little whole job so you may get a little mad with me. The listeners might get a little bit of me year. Specifically we we know of miles. Gas in canada brings to the table each week. And you know having been fantasy. Add just see those stats. We know the numbers you're gonna get every week. It's somewhere around. Like eight carries for forty three yards and the fiber such as for for sixty seven yard touchdown. And that's great that's exactly what the delta z. For miles gas. They need that consistency. Need those yards. They can take. He can really get the outside. I don't think that even if the dolphins whatever their plan is at offensive line works out..

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"devan" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"devan" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"Horse. you're not even a donkey. i hate you boo. I hope you die. House is the internet. How old's bruce springsteen daughter seems like a young person sport but he's mid seventies in your riding around on a horse in your fancy britches. I don't think you have to do that. I remember seeing one of the hot ladies. I can i use the nah. I never used that term in public. She's twenty nine. Bruce springsteen daughters twenty knock. I'd one of the wives on t. adleman madman. She used to do. The fancy horse. Ride was no young youngster although she did enjoy a good judging by that episode what. Let's see let's see cleaning out the sound free. I'm told this has gone viral. It is a high school football players all fired up about his team specifically the teams running backs. Somebody's stolen some out of the fridge because the clip is here. Apparently w t.f. Somebody in the middle of the night had the munchies eight out of the fridge. Who who i declared a football player i was saving. Ed i really want to hear this to you. Got to put a note on it. I heard it went viral. Put a note. Don't eat this right. otherwise it's going to get it. Look up on the youtube there. it went viral. Sure we can. Somebody talked to us. We'll we'll add out out this boring banter in the meantime. I'll go look for it all right by going and looking for it. He's he's still standing in the same spot. I'm looking at is gonna look. Look on youtube there you go. I'm looking through other stuff. He can play while we're weight and well he's doing to play it. So how the how the hell is he gonna look for something else and play. I know i know kinda thinking of that myself but Is there any way to not make the house. Smell like making when you cook bacon. Nope interest we making last night in the whole house. Smells like bacon. And i hate that smell. Are you still bacon bacon because we do baking bacon. I'd aching vacancies still have never tried it. Oh it's the only way to go. He says the only way to still frightened into pan like a loser. Oh my god. Why don't you just eat your own. Bogor's it's great. The cleanup is so easy. It gets done evenly. It's fanta- cleanup from frying bacon. The grease is everywhere. It's like a six foot radius the oven the floor the counter. Your shirt never again. Bigger eater just go with baking bacon. You gotta love and you bake it. How e you put it on the broiler pan with foil underneath so you don't have a lot of greece to clean up about. Never use aside four hundred degrees. I've never used my oven. So i just. I always think that how right step one locate your oven woman rental. And i've i'm not much of a cook and i've i haven't used the oven yet now. I think i don't want to try it for the first time. We're all hungry. I need to try it like middle of the day on something. when y- w- we do like a pound bacon for the week and then put off ridge right. That sounds awesome. And then you've got a big bag of bacon you can go to and every onto and just non bacon precisely. Yeah i gotta start doing that man. That's the only way to go okay. I'll bake some bacon today and he likes there. Michael have we are getting it okay. Executive producer hanson's in their happen. Starring order clip disappear. Here guy. sorry about that. Well i'll just talking about the running. Got aiding dennis dog dodie. Devan dog sir hail dog. He scored five touchdowns against southside rj. Hogue dog sam care. I didn't even know he played running back. He's a dog evan leaker. he's a linebacker in my eyes. I guess you can run the ball dog. And then quentin wrote. She plays baseball but he gets after all sac. First baseball player right there and now he's out here playing football you know how about them dog when roach is a dog show. I'm alex our younger members of the staff. That dog is a good thing to be at. This point in a football team of dog is like a bulldog a pit bull. He's gonna nash grind for man mode. You know vicious bishop thank you vicious. Mark his territory is going cock his leg and he's gonna wisdom. The opponents lebron with his team. We too many cats pussycats. You got to be more like a dog one of my favorite clips of all time like a bichon say on a different kind of not that dog. That dog like a cat dog. Scoot your but across the field. That's what you do it all being too much. I get out a little less like. Don't make my own testicles. At half time. I can dog. He'll go post peon. Its exact all fifteen yards. Armstrong and joe giradi armstrong and getty show. Speaking of people are not entirely what they appear at least at first. This is a young person. It's a video. We have posted. I believe at armstrong and getty dot com. If you wanna see visual. It's a young person of indeterminate. Sex slash gender I think alex has got the background on it while really. Yeah what is this. Made the rounds awhile back. Oh what is this l. Well now wait a second. This isn't okay. okay okay. i thought you're setting up so now i got you so anyway. This person is of indeterminate. Sex slash gender lay have multicolored hair. They have one eyebrow colored one died one color and the other one the other now. Multiple piercings an odd odd human. No doubt in a real individualist anyway They're going to be a number of terms that you're probably unfamiliar with in this little tape. You might wanna take some notes. Good you just play nine hundred ninety one back to back. I made a really loud yell video about this. But i decided i will approach this in a more calm but stern manner a lot of the people using kitty and pop and bunny self. Pronouns are neuro divergent. Minor is a very common neuro divergent experience to feel disconnect from being human and from from the societal expectation of the gender. You were assigned to birth. So when you have this intersection of feeling a disconnect from being human at a disconnect from the societal expectation of gender whether you're nerd divergent or not a lot of people have this experience who are neuro divergent issues very common with narrow divergent people when this intersex you get now in self pronouns. An animal non-self pronouns if you are not comfortable using someone's pronouns because you assume its kinks for some weird ass reason don't interact with them and just shut up about it. Okay love that tone at the end which is always part of these things like if you don't get it will then. Wow there. is something really wrong with you. If you don't get kitty noun self programs or pup nounce programs or bunny noun self programs so you got some troubled youngster claims to be a bunny or wants you to call them. Bunny rabbits. Or that's their pronoun. Jenny will be home soon. I can't wait till bunny. Rabbits is here. Instead of she saw on these stories cropped up years ago there would be a decent chance. This was fake.

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"devan" Discussed on Small Doses

Small Doses

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"devan" Discussed on Small Doses

"We're also doing this in a pandemic so it's also like the world is just a completely different place then. I couldn't even possibly predicted that. It would be when i turn this age but here we are here. We are and it is beautiful time. I will say that. I have seen forty on some other folks and it wasn't a beautiful time. Yeah it wasn't a beautiful time and not because like oh. They didn't have any oil. They didn't have some great job because they were forty. They were still trapped in this quest to remain the ignorant thirty-seven-year-old because that innocent felt like bliss to them but ultimately it was just willful. Ignorance point does you old enough now to know about it and you not choosing to go bad. So we're about side effects attorney forty and of course i tell this all the time. This is my perspective this experience so everyone's is different and i think it's it's everyone's journey. Would i like to think that For those who aren't forty yet that this episode could maybe give you some things that think about in terms of setting your own goals or releasing yourself from certain expectations. And if you're forty and over then you know you probably going to be a your car like all death evading because it is like walking through a door. It's literally like immediately. Things are different perspective wise and i would say internally as well so aside from the fact that you know your body feels a little different your mind and your spirit you. So let's talk about. So i was like one of the first things that has come online starting forty years this idea mortality and that's my mortality by moms mortality at this age when your parents pass away or they get sick like it's not so shocking. It's not so surprising. People are very much like okay. You know that sad get it. But they're also. It's like yeah. This is kind of once things. Start cutting up you know. I had a friend whose grandmother passed away and then she got mad because she felt like her friends didn't really like show her the compassionate she would have expected. And i think for what it's worth like. It wasn't that we didn't have compassion for her. But i think we all just like but she was ninety six which is very callous. And i'm not saying that was okay either but i think there's just becomes like this kind of unspoken acceptance with the fact that this age those who are older are possibly running their their. Their time is running out and your mortality as a forty year. Old sean. At because like your body start showing up. Different ways. Like i had to do this taping. I'm not going to tell you what it is because when you see it you're going to be like that was was on. But i had to do a flip in the taping and ya. I sprained my ankle. This is five days into being forty. I sprained my ankle. How lame lame. I was so mad by reason in the forty s. And god even doing the flip. I screamed it like doing a round back handspring and on the rebound. I rolled my ankle. It's still low key swollen right now. I was hobbling around the first day and can walk into our like devan literally eddy carrying me from room to room and i was like no. This is not going to be what it is so i stayed. I was up an the ice. Is the ice bucket. I'm putting my foot in the whirlpool. Hong gotten you from putting the net shit with the absence saw. I'm doing everything in my power. Were to try and get back in order and thinking to myself now this one third.

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"devan" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"devan" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"I'm were forty million dollars a year and now shoulder hurts now. It might be nothing but is that something that could linger all season. Long release early in the season. Potentially all these guys on pop like what is the injury. And i know luckily no and people in the league. Sometimes you'll be like what's up with so and so on your team. They're like yeah. It ain't good. They'll be telling the media no big deal. He should be back for week. One he ain't coming back for week one. So let's i take the strategy when it comes to injuries as someone who started making his living in the nfl as typing them into the system knowing that these things linger and obviously acl and torn pack. There are certain injuries. We know our game changers. But i take hamstrings seriously because you know what happens with hamstrings. It's like okay. The guys go and then he has a couple of weeks and then week four pulls it again or or the soreness or the tendinitis or the knee. Swelling comes back. I saw devan kid law the do the niners drafted fourteenth last year. Got knee swelling flying. Like that ain't nothing so to me. Any guy that has any lingering injury now some of them do go away and some of them are fully healthy but with older players. If too something whenever you see your coach because of course it's a minor deal no big issue. We're just being precautionary. How often is that. Turn into yeah. We know it's been a week but he's going to be okay. These are ferraris right. All these guys in the league. The high end guys are ferraris. I've never owned a ferrari but from what i've read. I actually don't even know anyone. That's older ferrari. But i would imagine if you ding the ferrari on the way into the garage and you need to take that bad boy into the body shop in constantly. Three hundred dollars right if.

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"devan" Discussed on Sexy Unique Podcast

Sexy Unique Podcast

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"devan" Discussed on Sexy Unique Podcast

"To like take a shortcut into like I think you do all that kind of stuff. Hoping someone notices you and then like Usher's. You like promote to page him. Well but by 1997 Patrol is relationship with Lee D'Avanzo had soured petrello said he didn't care much for Devan Zone that he'd become jealous of patrols 16s. Things were so bad. That a friend approached, again, Anthony Graziano and ask for permission to kill paciello. Devanga friend asked for permission gratiano refused possibly thinking of, is more profitable to keep the club owner alive. Now that he was making major money in Miami, was this decision. He would come to regret life. So soon gave up the mob Capo to the feds providing damaging details about a Florida pop business. That subsequently led to Graziano's conviction for drug distribution. Wow. D'Avanzo also drita's husband also used to live with and date Karen for seven years like there were domestic Partners fully I thought like At first like oh they fucked a few drives know they were in a long-term relationship and I think Karen still holds resentment towards burrito. There's weird Vibes for sure. History. Kind of like they were friends and she just like went went for him and Karen was kind of like maybe. But I think it's also like Karen is on the better end that because she's not saddled to him, right? But she was dealing Ecstasy with her parents and their bedroom but she's not do know like who would you rather? I'd rather be Drita so long to this article brought up like a really interesting point that was like The Contemporary Italian. This is what it says, awkward at the Contemporary Italian mafia is a parody of its former self these days. La Cosa Nostra, is fabled, ability to exact Vengeance on informants, is more of a cinematic game and reality. The old loyalties are gone along with the old neighborhoods snitches in their families. Don't get stitches anymore. They get book contracts, reality T shows and movie deals. You can't trust a soul has one erstwhile Mainstay of the Staten Island. Criminal underworld, who became so disgusted with his fellow mobsters and forming on each other. He quit the life, moved to South Florida and got himself a straight job as a telemarketer, whatever happened to the oath of a murder. It's like being a rat as accepted and criminal Society. It's kind of true. Yeah there I mean I think with like the dawn of the internet and like Did you watch the O? Sorry. Know even like social media being what it is and like reality T like you are a shoot that you can escape any consequences for being a rat. Did you see the documentary on Netflix about the FBI people who like tap like phone tapped? All the big crime, people know I'm watching that and then kind of got bored. But is it good? Yeah. I mean I'm not like woo, FBI cuz there are fucking terrible but it just interesting thought it was just interesting to hear about all the different mobsters and New York. And how like you, you just hear like full phone conversations, they had like the way they went they would tap people's homes as like they would pack is like an electrician or something and have to like covertly stick. Of Mike in the living room and then these people will just have like crazy conversations like in their living with their kids playing the other room talking about like murdering people. Yeah. And they don't know that there's a fucking off or like under the lamp or something. They did that in an episode of The Sopranos. I think it was like the beginning of season three. The, the first episode is like entirely about how the FBI's trying to put a wire in Tony's house and like, It's just it's like it's cetera all crimes of yesteryear like it's don't those kind of crimes don't really exist these. I'm sure they do to some extent but it's like you're not going to probably make more money from like packing. Yeah. Or like internet crimes. Internet scams. Yeah. And then you can also like just you don't need to tap phones, you can just like look at their phone like pull up their iPhone or like birds or records or see what they're, you know, it's it is dead. Yeah I think it's I mean I think the mob is still like the Italian mafia still happening in Italy. I think they're like the organized crime over there is still like but there's also a huge trial going on there right now that I haven't followed but I got I was like looking when it happened that's indicting. I think a lot of like The Italian Mom. It's just such like it's an interesting to see it petering out because always crime will rise up to take the place of other crime. But it is such like a it still exists. Yeah. But I mean it's not as and it's not as people don't take it as seriously. Yeah. I just want to say this Renee looks like Jamie Presley's like aunt. She is very Jaime. Pressly. Bye-bye. Yeah. So Doritos on the phone with her husband and he's in jail and he's like asking her and she's like how is it in the hole? And I think that's what she says like in jail off and then he's asked her to send her a pack a care package to him cuz I think these people get treated well in prison. Yeah. And he's like yeah, send me, those cold cuts, cold cuts, bell peppers, olives, mozzarella and Vanilla Coke, a lot of Vanilla Coke I guess you guys getting and I want it. So he's probably like I think that's true though they like take care of them in prison. Yeah are there in like medium security page like where you can get care package? I didn't know you could get care packages in prison. Yeah I think they're in like Teresa Giudice prison or delivery of like better and all the books you want to read that month. So your bill off. Yeah. I think in those types of you can like postmate I love your wife is just your postmate. I think there's a jail where you leave every day. I think Epstein was in that where you can like leave and then come back, you just have to come back at night. I'm all go to fucking jail. You don't have to do any, you know, to like make money or do anything. You just like, go come and go as you please, and then you don't have to worry about bills, that sounds like a privilege, actually. Oh my God, I'm like, always worried. I'm going to like, accidentally commit. Like, you're going to like go to jail one point when I did like so much outstanding debt to the IRS, I truly need is like, I wanted to just be like, can I just go to jail for like, you know? But I like I was like, I know this sounds like this is Extreme White Privilege, but I was like, just send me to check in jail. Like I'll just go to jail, like that sounded great, like be great, know wouldn't be great, but I think I think I could like probably Dead stick like 30 days in jail, or a few months I think would be very doable. There's like, okay, I guess I'll just like go to jail. Oh my God. I mean it's all jails are very different. I do not wish to be incarcerated at any point in my life but like when you can come and go as you please and you get cold cuts. Yeah. What what what that's a whole other. Like, that's a pretty good jail. That's cuz jails are like supremely racist and like, like go easy.

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"devan" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"devan" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"The warrant piece report. I mean the goodman with one gonzales. As we turn now to colombia where anti-government protesters filled the streets of a number of cities tuesday colombia's independence day the same day right wing. President devan duquet presented a new tax reform bill to congress. The last tax proposal failed in april after prompted. A general strike can massive demonstrations that also focused on deepening economic disparity and human rights abuses. Tuesday's demonstrations came. even after. Some of the organizers were arrested and harassed over the weekend the country's defense minister had claimed violence was expected the protests and put bogus. Aw and ten of colombia's thirty two provincial. Capitals on heightened alert the protests were called in part by colombia's national strike committee that includes indigenous peoples students in trade unions. This is francisco. Maters president of the colombian central union of workers speaking during boca demonstration in columbia. Today we presented a ten point platform that highlights the most urgent needs the colombian. Congress historically begins. Its first session every july twenty two in the afternoon. Anyone who wants to be president. This session is generally allowed to today. When there is a massive social demonstration. The government rushed the start of the session to eight in the morning and denied into the press and others. This reflects the anti-democratic character of president bouquets government for more we go to columbia in cali activists muddy adela saudia arango is with us. She was at tuesday's protests. And in bogota. We're joined by award winning journalist. Mario maggio who was at the protests in bogota. He's closely follow columbia for decades. His books include colombia and the united states wore unrest and destabilization. We welcome you. Both to democracy mario. Let's begin with you in bogota talk about the demands of the protesters have been going on for some eighty four days. Now thank you. Amy for having the protests yesterday was essentially a continuation of the national strike. Which as you pointed out began on april. Twenty eight these these mobilizations. That were very very well covered. And you've reported on recently also were were continuing in a different dimension. But they yesterday they were re sparked considering that it was of course independence day here in columbia took place in various cities. I was here in bogota. At least ten thousand people were in the march that started early in the late morning early afternoon and downtown but with and generally peaceful but there were also protests all around the country and on caja in kylie. Where is joining us as well and it was amazing that it took place. Notwithstanding the fear tactics that were being used by the go. The government leading up to the july twentieth mobilizations because they were talking about infiltrations of the espn in some of the cities. They highly militarized all of the country with sixty five thousand public security forces not only police but also arm- armed forces and the smut. The special forces unit has been criticized viscerally for their violence carried out in the recent mobilzation earlier in the protests. So he went on and last night really in the evening. We started hearing reports all around the country of those confrontations which i think could talk more directly to specifically in cali. Where for the past three months now. The confrontations have been strongest against civilians in these protests and the muddy for saudi ongo. I wanted to ask you talk to us about the protests in cali and why have the people risen up so strongly now against a president yvonne. Thank you yes. Some things hello from kelley which is the largest city..

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"devan" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"devan" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"The warrant piece report. I mean the goodman with one gonzales. As we turn now to colombia where anti-government protesters filled the streets of a number of cities tuesday colombia's independence day the same day right wing. President devan duquet presented a new tax reform bill to congress. The last tax proposal failed in april after prompted. A general strike can massive demonstrations that also focused on deepening economic disparity and human rights abuses. Tuesday's demonstrations came. even after. Some of the organizers were arrested and harassed over the weekend the country's defense minister had claimed violence was expected the protests and put bogus. Aw and ten of colombia's thirty two provincial. Capitals on heightened alert the protests were called in part by colombia's national strike committee that includes indigenous peoples students in trade unions. This is francisco. Maters president of the colombian central union of workers speaking during boca demonstration in columbia. Today we presented a ten point platform that highlights the most urgent needs the colombian. Congress historically begins. Its first session every july twenty two in the afternoon. Anyone who wants to be president. This session is generally allowed to today. When there is a massive social demonstration. The government rushed the start of the session to eight in the morning and denied into the press and others. This reflects the anti-democratic character of president bouquets government for more we go to columbia in cali activists muddy adela saudia arango is with us. She was at tuesday's protests. And in bogota. We're joined by award winning journalist. Mario maggio who was at the protests in bogota. He's closely follow columbia for decades. His books include colombia and the united states wore unrest and destabilization. We welcome you. Both to democracy mario. Let's begin with you in bogota talk about the demands of the protesters have been going on for some eighty four days. Now thank you. Amy for having the protests yesterday was essentially a continuation of the national strike. Which as you pointed out began on april. Twenty eight these these mobilizations. That were very very well covered. And you've reported on recently also were were continuing in a different dimension. But they yesterday they were re sparked considering that it was of course independence day here in columbia took place in various cities. I was here in bogota. At least ten thousand people were in the march that started early in the late morning early afternoon and downtown but with and generally peaceful but there were also protests all around the country and on caja in kylie. Where is joining us as well and it was amazing that it took place. Notwithstanding the fear tactics that were being used by the go. The government leading up to the july twentieth mobilizations because they were talking about infiltrations of the espn in some of the cities. They highly militarized all of the country with sixty five thousand public security forces not only police but also arm- armed forces and the smut. The special forces unit has been criticized viscerally for their violence carried out in the recent mobilzation earlier in the protests. So he went on and last night really in the evening. We started hearing reports all around the country of those confrontations which i think could talk more directly to specifically in cali. Where for the past three months now. The confrontations have been strongest against civilians in these protests and the muddy for saudi ongo. I wanted to ask you talk to us about the protests in cali and why have the people risen up so strongly now against a president yvonne. Thank you yes. Some things hello from kelley which is the largest city..

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"devan" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"devan" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

"Like reeked like just kind of broke through and just start talking like this is know this is a setting should be stopped. We need to stop and talk about this. And they cut her mike off and she ended up leaving the conference and was like i'm done so then the next day i was delivering a Transparency bill because a large part of our union is the lack of transparency. Now don't get me wrong. I believe in union. I think are union does a good job. I don't think they do a great job. But i think they do a good job and i'm not here to tell you what what good things they're doing because they're doing good could things but i'm here to tell you how can be better because it's been good for a long time and it. It no longer can be good. It needs to be great okay. We haven't got to yet but we can at least get to great right. So part of it is transparency. And so like this bill that i spoke spoke about where basically it was recording. The meetings and having the members be able to listen to the meetings on their own instead of having someone manipulates you by giving you a you know a the minutes of the meeting which is basically someone's version of what the meeting is which a lot of times i mean. I thought the minutes were fine. Until i sat in on an actual council meeting and i was like these minutes are like night and day from what actually happens like what actually happens. You don't get so I went to speak and there was a whole thing about you. Know how they tried to like push it to the end so that it wouldn't be heard but ended up getting heard have favor and devan spoke on my behalf and this time he spoke in a blue robe with like pokemon head or something that he put on and one or the other concerts had like presented in her role in..

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"devan" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"devan" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Do you know so then based on on that supposition and i think it's wise and i think you're you've come up with Something that does appear to be fixable or workable that does not touch The world of Grocery shopping right because right and demanding say grocery shopping or getting rid of the the main grocery shopper for the packers and broncos. But i guess that's the end of my wind up. Now here's the pitch For for rogers to accept that that means the packers would have to put on the table. Why wouldn't they have put it on the table already. Have they put that on the table. And rogers now doing this whole Off season making them. Wait and stewing. 'cause if there were willing to do that before like why wouldn't they have done that already. Greg now it's a great question. There is a a chance here that they're they've got their heels dug in. But i just look at all these negotiations over the course of time and as much as we think. Aaron rodgers special and quarterbacks. You know i've heard this before. Like think they're special in these these negotiators they're still just players and ownership or in this case mark murphy their president and the gm treat them as players. And it doesn't happen until the last second. Like i i think that the devan walker Negotiation way back in the day which went on forever and it. They don't make their final move until you get closer to the deadline and so I think i think they'll do it. I don't think there's any way that they want to go into the season. With jordan. vaughn walker one. We're we're far chimed in in the middle of it right untold right walker to get in camp number that i love it i love. I love how we're just history repeating ourselves once again on had rogers Rogers knows it and I think he'd love to play for another organization. Maybe he can get a promised to that. It'll only be two years you know. That's essentially what. Tom brady did at the end of his patriots career. He did it in such a way that he knew the year that he would have freedom and if they can do that with rogers maybe both sides are happy. Greg rosenthal here on the rich eisen show from the around. The nfl podcast. Which you can get where all podcasts are acquired. What's the story in the nfl. We're not paying enough attention to greg. i start with dusted herbert. I don't know why maybe it's like his demeanor. Maybe it's the fact that he played for a pretty lousy chargers team. But you would think a guy that i think arguably the greatest rookie season By a quarterback in nfl history. And and you could. You could argue. Rob burger you. Could maybe argue rg three. There's a few other ones over time that that are in the mix like you would think he would have a little more hype. 'cause he did so many of the hard things last year in terms of plays under pressure like difficult throws. It was the easy thing that he wasn't as good. And that's what you can improve on from your once a year to like to he. He's the most fascinating player to watch at least for me. 'cause to me he could be right there. Alongside mahomes as like the d. Two great quarterbacks moving forward and yet i. I don't get the sense like nationally. There's a lot of like herber excite. Well it's because they're they're in southern california greg right and the rams are the ones who made the big maneuver for a quarterback this off season firing the first shot and the stafford with the rams is certainly got the rams i think rightfully filled with bandwagon jumpers and the chargers are always the chargers. No matter how terrific their quarterback may be. There's always something that happens. In the last ninety seconds or nine seconds of a game that is the most chargers. Think possible. you know whether it's you know. Melvin gordon fumbling three different times on the goal line in tennessee a couple years ago or what happened in the first week a first home game this year of tyrod taylor getting the shot to the long and then herbert comes in in which is kind of like guess they're mo- lewis moment potentially based on how much talking about herbert and i think rightfully so i'm hearing that they love the new coach they love staley and that's a totally different atmosphere within that building. Which is another reason. Why like the chargers this year. I love staley to everything i hear about him. And he's got the defensive talent there as long as they don't get hurt you know. This is the time of year. This is chargers hype season. And i've fallen four before i was the biggest philip rivers fan. And they've pretty much wasted. Philip rivers this career by not having an offensive line and injuries and bad luck and defense. Their defense should be great their offensive line in what they've done to rebuild it on paper said this before but it's never looked this good look so much better and yeah i. I do. Think like just in terms of watch ability. Not enough people got is on her and stuff he did to me was like andrew luck as a rookie but better or russell wilson as a rookie. But better and that's like what gets me going as watching young talent greg. Rosenthal here on the rich eisen show What do you think the patriots season looks like. I think more than likely mack. Jones plays sooner than later. I think they're giving cam newton every chance that he possibly has But i don't necessarily think you look at all the the hiccups that they had in free agency and just like slot them in for ten or eleven wins like it is a passing league and it's great to have two tight ends and it's great. They're gonna play some hurry up offense. I think at the end of the year you saw them play very fast a year ago with give new and i think that's the type of offense. They wanna run whether it's newton or mack jones And they added a ton of talent on defense and donna high-power returning his massive yet. I don't see them as like a top five roster. I don't see them as a top ten roster. You're counting on the coaching to make up for a huge difference. And i i think we saw last year. What coaching can do. I think there were three or four win roster that won seven times and they they were maybe the least talented offense in the entire league and i. I don't think just a bunch of free agent moves are kinda like solve that. The bills to me are are still pretty heavy favorite. But what do you think. Justin field starts. We had matt nagy on the week after the draft. And you know he's like. I was there when i watched mahomes sit for the entire. You know First season with the exception of the final regular season game because there was alex smith. And that's the plan that we have for justin fields sitting behind antidote ni- even pushed back to basics. I don't know if you're going to have the latitude to to be able to pull that one off in. He kind of even admitted that he might not but that's still the plan is. We're sitting here the tuesday after july fourth. What do you think about justin fields. Greg rosenthal starting. I remember breaking down those quotes from your show on our show helping and i remember like he added the caveat. Essentially you know things can change like. That's their plan. But things can change one of those things that can change is justin feels looking much better than resulting in the preseason training camp and there's a lot of reasons to believe that could happen. You look at the week. One matchup against the rams on sunday night football. This is a football fan. I'm hoping field gets out there for that game. But it wouldn't shock me. If they give dolphin the obligatory one or two weeks to start. And especially that first week as a puff ask and then we see field in there because yes Pat mahomes sat for for a year. They were scoring thirty points a game in kansas city. They were one of the highest scoring offense in the league. There's no way that. Andy dalton bears are to be one of the highest scoring offense. What about trae lance. What do you think his rookie season looks like. Dc maybe he met wide. Maybe next to jimmy g..

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Tennis Player to Watch: Evan Furness

The Mini-Break

03:14 min | 1 year ago

Tennis Player to Watch: Evan Furness

"Guy. I want to talk about today. Who i think has been if not the best player one of the five best players at the it level since the start of the twenty twenty season. And that's evan furnace who you look at his career trajectory for those of you. Who don't know about edmund furnace furnace twenty two years old going to turn twenty three in the frenchman had a career high in the junior rankings of number thirty six so again. That's not gonna blow you out of the water right. Furnace was in this junior slam champion. Who much was expected of. Yeah he made a third round of junior wimbledon in twenty sixteen lost his devan. ac- pass. Yeah he made you know play. A bunch of the junior slammed had good enough results to become a top fifty junior in the world. But how many top fifty. Former top fifty. Juniors in the world have never heard of pro circuit. The answer is quite a few and you know for furnace. It was steady linear progression. You look at you know. He played his first pro tour match all the way back in two thousand fourteen when he was you know a i think sixteen or fifteen or sixteen years old played. One match. Didn't win it. You know you start to look at as he went through the years in two thousand fifteen he was able to play twenty matt or twenty one matches when eleven and ten. That's he's in twenty sixteen. He goes sixteen and thirteen. You know so again. steady progression. His first full season as twenty seventeen. He goes forty two and twenty eight in pro events during that season now he did not believe make any pro finals at twenty seventeen season but pretty quickly found himself making the jump off to To playing a full time to schedule you look at what he was able to accomplish. A four evan furnished during his first few seasons twenty eighteen he makes his first two It finals he bought ends up winning in portugal. Next up david gaz in cameroon. In the end of november he ends up losing two skandal mansuri than hong kong. He ends up knocking off. Julian lens makes another final during the twenty thousand nine hundred season although it is safe to say twenty nineteen you look at the results. Furnish was able to put together. That season You know relatively unsuccessful compared to previous years human thirty three and twenty nine during that twenty nine nine season now during that twenty nineteen season. I believe he also played his largest amount of challenge matches and challenger level events. He really struggled during one thousand nine hundred eighty play you know. You look in his career in his cert- currently six thousand nine hundred nine in challenger events during the course of his career during that twenty nine th season he played i wanna say ten challenger matches and i believe he went to in two hundred eight in those ten challenger matches so that's why his record fell a little bit. He started to try to make the jump at the end of twenty nineteen but then in twenty twenty in the midst of a pandemic given it was very difficult to find playing opportunities. And if you were in the vomit zone three hundred five hundred which normally you probably get into challenge qualities given the limited playing opportunities. You're lucky to find futures events to play last year. That's what a furnace had to spend a lot of time doing and guess what that is. Where evan furnished thrived. You look at what he has done. Since the start of the twenty twenties

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"devan" Discussed on Horror Soup

Horror Soup

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"devan" Discussed on Horror Soup

"His leg is that just like something that happens. A you just come out and just like i'm name you after a after a gem alec. I dunno maybe. That's maybe that's sweet or whatever but the the emerald you know what no you can't be named emerald and then perez you can't be gem and then just police caleb. He might be named after nuts after nuts. Yeah there's their brand of rats emerald emerald not family. I think you're right. What if emeralds a girl could be gender-neutral. Yeah and they meet moments emmy but what if you could be named after nuts. Maybe not a jam at all all right all right emerald. You can do whatever you want with your name. That's up to you. That's that's not for me to talk about nuts. Like to think jack len. Is that a picture of a. What is this picture of. Oh i think that's a hand with this kind of looks like a person in a flannel with a with a dick hanging out so jacqueline. Maybe don't don't show me your dick on patriotic. Or do i don't. I don't fucking care really. It's not a big deal. Thank you jack. lauren quast alike. Quast what does that remind me of. It's like a. It's either a radio station or like k wasp early. Know like you try. I think they spelled west wrong. It's gonna like waste k. West but it had k. It's quast think. Thanks for being a good rapper. Lauryn cost we got a kristen rey. Ra kristin you know what that's just like. I can't say much about that. Like i feel like when someone's last name or like i knew it was just like ray or like lee or something like that. I'm just like it's so short. I don't know how to make fun of it. Why can't your name be longer so we can make fun you. Jesus yeah dude have stupider name you fucking school thanks. What's wrong with you. So i would like to thank rene devan okay so really when i think of devan. I just think like you know any any. Von probably has a big forehead. If they're anything like vince vaughn. But if you're like a gimme love advice. Oh yeah oh really. Vince wanted heated. Would he tell you. He told me his love story about meeting his wife In in canada actually and then Yeah he basically said he basically told me like i needed to like just go for it. Okay so he gave you basic advice. Basic vice type things a lot vince. Vaughn is really sweet though. Actually yeah whatever go crash a wedding will kinda sweet guy crashes weddings. It's right that's right and one more. This is just kristen. All right arch staying you. Fuck you ain't. Gimme gimme kristen. That's how you fucking feel us giving me kristen and your money so thank you so much. We injured tanger- dollars. Bless you and that's all of them. do want to make a little announcement because a patriot has changed a lot for a long time. Now i've been doing merchant like other stuff and whatnot and it's become It's just a giant pain..

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"devan" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"devan" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Comes to my mind. You know it in hopes to me and how to leave. I stress and school charm. So is that something you might want to pursue some day As besides the acting is maybe write some things. I don't i don't think so. I mean that that used to be a dream of mine to be like an author. But i don't think so anymore I do. I would love to continue in the acting industry Possibly eat them. Maybe being and director. I've always loved to combat so that could be something that i to do but i don't think i know into the writing his well. The thing is you're getting a valuable lesson now because you're watching other directors direct and. You could see what they're doing and And they're doing it. There's nothing i think. Better than being on a set and seeing how production and rolls and you know this one obviously has some money behind it too so you can really get an idea of how production this is is is run so pretty interesting for you. I'm sure i learned so much from the directors that i watch incredible. Now the thing is how. How much of a gap between when you shot this and where you are now a shot this summer so i was i was. I was thirteen when we shot this and Now i'm i just turned fifteen last month. So yeah it's been about and the audition process was actually two years ago. Yes almost two years ago exactly. So it's been one heck of a ride. But i guess if you haven't seen the last two episodes but if you are to play alice again look a little different. I would think that's great though. That's great so some good memories on the set and everything with the cash. I'm sure birthdays were celebrated and all that. Oh yeah. I have tons of good memories That was wanna see in particular that was just so funny to me and probably so annoying to the rest of cast and crew because because it was one scene where devan and i were sitting at a table eating but turned he actually that the yeah he accidentally messed up one of his lines and it completely and completely threw us off for the whole rest of the take and all of the takes after we could not polish together and and it was so it was funny for us but i was at the same time i was still embarrassed because of all the like the directors. Were telling us. Calm down. Calm down. But i was like trying charring crystal fox played. Your mom is that right. wow. I love that. Yeah yeah she does. She was dynamite. I mean i you could see that there was a bond between you and a totally came across. Yeah what was it like to work with her. She's obviously been in the business awhile to. Oh i loved her. I really did she She was really fun. She's really funny. We we actually you know Became like quite good brand behind the scenes and off the set and it was really really fun to get to know her. I really love working with her. She said amazing actress. And i would definitely do it again. She's so is there any word on season two right now cross really just lastly as far as like shooting a show for streaming Do you and i know there. They were rules. You know governing how much time you could work but do they shoot more than one episode at the same time at consecutively or is there a break or how does that work. When we must shooting we did an episode at a time so usually take about a week. Usually take about a week. Maybe more to film an episode. And then you know we just go right into the next one. And and i wasn't in the first episode and the second one so i didn't have to be there for that you know that I a weeks once i did. I got you know. I caught onto the schedule. I it was. It's so fun to work on. It was really fun. Is there anything else that you have coming up. I guess everything's on home but is there any. I guess you can do auditions the zoom in that kind of thing but is there anything that you might start like maybe early next year during the migrations hoping to get back into the swing of things and start you know getting back onto business and getting back to work and starting again. 'cause i'm really looking forward to that. So this guys right now. Oh good well good luck. Good luck with those here. Thank you could great to talk to you. I mean you're obviously a talent and As they say the apple doesn't fall far from the tree you you're carrying on the family business and your natural. I mean it was. I've seen so many young actors couldn't pull off the scenes that you had to pull off. It's a credit to you. And i think we're going to be hearing a lot of value as As you mature and you take on more challenging roles although this one was pretty challenging for sure thanks again fair and best of luck to you and happy holidays to you and enjoy your thanksgiving as well. Thank you so much. You're welcome and thank you for listening to sifi. Talk take care until next time. The show is called a utopia of course and it is on amazon prime. Check it out. Hi this is john delancey and you're very lucky to be listening to sifi talk..

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Body camera video shows Colorado police fatally shooting suspect in back

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:27 min | 3 years ago

Body camera video shows Colorado police fatally shooting suspect in back

"Next tonight. Newly released bodycam video from colorado springs in nineteen year old shot and killed by police at one point point. The video shows his hands in the air running away. He's been shot. A._b._c.'s chief national correspondent matt up in with the video and it is disturbing. Hey guys talked to us tonight. This newly released body camera video sparking new questions about the final moments of nineteen year old devan bailey who died while trying to flee police colorado springs police responding to a reported armed robbery so we got a report to people similar descriptions possibly having a gun right so don't waste just check and make sure they have a weapon right as a third officer approaches bailey from behind he turns and runs away hands hands up hands up. Get your hands up. Get your hands up the officers later performing c._p._r. On bailey until till he was taken to the hospital where he died that he did not have a weapon in his hand and had not shown any weapon when he was shot in the back and killed in the video too graphic to show you can hear police saying bailey had a gun and can see as they try to retrieve an object surveillance video released last week sparked outrage rage and protests. David police continue to insist that bailey had a gun now the district attorney is reviewing the case. Bailey's funeral is set it for tomorrow.

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Stocks mixed as investors digest earnings, trade developments

Business Rockstars

00:50 sec | 4 years ago

Stocks mixed as investors digest earnings, trade developments

"With markets and more from his talk news by devan wing. Stocks are trading mixed with major benchmarks alternating between modest gains and losses. As investors continue to Wade through a tide of corporate earnings while monitoring US China trae talk in a long running US government shutdown all admin worries over the health of global economy. Dow Jones industrial average dropping zero point five percent at twenty four thousand four hundred forty eight while the s&p five hundred index sliding zero point three percent. The two thousand six hundred eighty nine the NASDAQ composite index gaining zero point one percent to seven thousand and thirty four earning season is in full swing with shares of American Airlines group climbing after the airline announced fourth quarter results that top expectations for profit and revenue rivals Southwest Airlines and JetBlue Airways also posting better-than-expected fourth quarter results all three airline stocks are rallying this is this news.

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'I won't back down': Trump commits to Syria withdrawal in call with Erdogan

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:27 min | 4 years ago

'I won't back down': Trump commits to Syria withdrawal in call with Erdogan

"In December. Donald Trump surprised many, including it appears his own security and military advisers by saying he was pulling the US out of northeastern Syria, he said ISIS had been defeated and therefore the two thousand US soldiers stationed there would be returning home this caused a great deal of tension around the month bridge area, currently under the control of US, but Kurdish troops whom Turkey views terrorists talking non wants to take control of the area. President Recep tie other untold Trump in a phone call. Well, I login, yuck. Lee is a journalist based in estan Bush's on the line with me. Now Isla thanks for joining us. So the statement by Edwin follows two violent incidents in which US service people were killed tell us a little about that. That's certainly those episodes that you mentioned those that certainly has probably adding to US concerns about how long and in what shape this withdraw will take. We'll we'll take in northern Syria. President one blamed. The attacks on the Islamic state saying it's an attempt to influence the US. I would imagine he suggesting that I says what doesn't want the US to leave are one says that they are in a position to pick up the fight against Islamic state and finish it off. But the priority for Turkey isn't has never been as Llamas state, but the whi PG the Kurdish militia that spot alongside the United States against Islam state. So how far is unable to deal with the US in good faith. I mean, given the chumps advises seem to be rolling back the time line for troop withdrawal, and there appears to be little consensus between the president and his team. I mean who can do and believe in who is he dealing with? President devan appears to be banking on his personal relationship with Trump. The two men have spoken at least four times by my count in the past month, or so the Turkish president views the rust of Trump's administration with wariness he's concerned that they are not nearly as committed as Trump is to pulling out of Syria, and they want to impose certain conditions, don't they? That's right. I mean, there's key figures within the Trump administration, including the secretary of state and others have said that any withdrawal should be contingent on the protection of the white PG this Kurdish militia with whom US soldiers who fought alongside against Zomig. St. however, that is the the main issue here because for Turkey going into Syria as much as our says he's committed to cleaning up the remnants of Zomig state. The real focus for Turkey is the Kurdish militia there. They see a Kurdish entity on their turkeys occurred entity in southern border as a grave national security risk worry that it could stoke separatism among its own far larger Kurdish population is there room that for joint tuck as US operation. I think that that's something that Turkey has long pushed for especially for this town of members of flash point in northeastern Syria. It's where US special forces are still present where they faced attacks in recent in recent days, and which is under the control also of the white PG or the STF, which is a nother acronym in which the Kurdish militia makes up the bulk of the

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JK Craig Venter Institute, Cormon and Cindy Burkey discussed on First Light

First Light

01:31 min | 4 years ago

JK Craig Venter Institute, Cormon and Cindy Burkey discussed on First Light

"The islands arts community get back on. Its feet, after hurricane Maria, Rhonda says he'll donate all of the profits from his Broadway hit on its performed in Puerto Rico. In January I five included dance school and a theater company fault ever Rodriguez. CBS news Maybe Cormon. Killed police looking for answers I'm Cindy Burkey that's one of the stories. We're following on AM seven sixty a twenty four year old woman shot to death in oceanside apartment complex has been identified as. Devan right out a Camp. Pendleton navy, Cormon police arrested twenty five year old Eduardo are you'll look on suspicion of murder the to live in the same, complex but police say there's no known connection between the suspect and the victim A. Man suspected of stealing a car from a dealership was arrested around noontime Sunday. After leading police. On a chase. From current Mesa into Miramar the thirty minute high speed chase happened on highway fifty two and up the fifteen freeway an. Influential San Diego genetic researcher is under fire as the institute. Bearing his, name faces a lawsuit the union Tribune reports human longevity of LA Hoya is suing the JK Craig Venter institute for allegedly. Stealing trade secrets AM seven sixty k. FM be talk and breaking news Good morning and welcome to first light from Westwood.

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Officials ID 2 climbers who died after falling from Yosemite's El Capitan

02:13 min | 4 years ago

Officials ID 2 climbers who died after falling from Yosemite's El Capitan

"Where good taste never goes out of fashion now the news officials have identified two climbers who died when they fell for milk capitan in yosemite national park the cameras name saturday were forty six year old jason wells of boulder and forty two year old tim kline palmdale california more from correspondent bill michaels rangers received multiple nine one one calls that two climbers had fallen while climbing the free blast route the investigation is ongoing and no further details were immediately available it was the second fatal incident and you seventy national park in just over a week president trump is at camp david this weekend as he prepares for the singapore summit he said friday that the nuclear summit with north korean leader kim jong un is back on for june twelfth in singapore president said talks with kim may take more than one meeting and call the summit the start of a process i'm barton eckerd bloomberg sports update make five straight a winning decisions for masahiro tanaka as now seven and two pitching five and a third is a yankees baltimore at camden yards eight to five it's also five at owen road starts this season he gave up four runs on eight hits with seven strikeouts over five and a third helped down offensively by miguel and do harm and giancarlo stanton who both a two run homers the os have lost seven in a row domingo herrmann will pitch later today against alex cobb the cubs in fourteen innings scott by the mets semedo one in that fourteenth albert al mora and ben zobrist had tworun doubles havi are baya's with a two run homer jacob degrom went seven innings allow the one ronnie struck out thirteen michael conforto with a home run to tie the game in the sixth inning in the stanley cup final washington at home with a three one win over the vegas golden knights if kenny kuznetsov contributing your goal landon assist alex oh venture can also scored as do devan anti smith pelly caps nellie two games to one they'll hosts game four on monday night it'll be game two of the wars and cavaliers later tonight golden state will be home again leading one game on they cavs lebron james trying to put that game.

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Executive, dave franklin and baltimore discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest

On Air with Ryan Seacrest

01:49 min | 5 years ago

Executive, dave franklin and baltimore discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest

"Believe god is our director and so i love wrote that comment to say listen our job is one or two things we have to prepare for what could happen and then also hinder our response because so often where we miss it is how we respond to what happens in life you know and we allow anger frustration bitterness depression to be a response when it's like listen things that happened to us aren't always in our control right oh god is the director why he allow certain things into the scenes of our movie i don't necessarily no i'm not dad but i can manage my response to what may happen whether good or bad so that's where the concept cain

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Oprah, thanksgiving and kelly discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest

On Air with Ryan Seacrest

02:13 min | 5 years ago

Oprah, thanksgiving and kelly discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest

"I was the studio executive i worked on films like the pursuit of happiness the crowd he did have in his career now so it was all designed to you don't make an impact in to use media to have a positive impact so all even i had multiple things i do they're are all connected by that one through life are you also a pastor no i'm not a pastor i preach reach yonhap will call me a bootleg preacher although i that what they preach on a regular basis i preach on a regular basis all around the country so do a different place jab but i don't have like a home church my younger brother dave franklin is an actual pastor in baltimore he has a congregation has a church irresponsible too so that he's a pastor by profession but for me you know i just go around the country and it will you know whenever i can invitation i try to on that and speak as much as i can have there there's houston energy about devan

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