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"doughty" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

02:28 min | 2 months ago

"doughty" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"I know it's still comes out every now and then but they how do you rein that in five guys out there on a power play who can just throw it around at will. How do you get the discipline to say. Okay let's take a shot here. Power play for sure a little different than five five and that was maybe our achilles heel and five and five in previous years was always trying to make that extra play. You get a little more leash on power play. Especially when you're you're on the ice with those guys. But i think we've established that chemistry now we've had that same power play group for while and everyone knows where the next play is going to happen. Kuch usually knows to plays us. Maybe wanna play ahead but we all know when you get the puck and coaches hands. Everyone else becomes available and ready and we saw that. I don't think people realize like how amazing he is on the half wall. And i've played with played with mardi saint louis on the half wall and i've get to play with kuch the half wall and to amazing players but i i think kuch could be one of the best all time like on the half wall when he has the puck. It's just it's amazing. And he's more of a playmaker. He's got an amazing shot but he's more of a playmaker and you have point in in the whole who plays that position so well you have killer down. Low plays out position well. Obviously i've been on that side for a long time and hetty up top so it just flows. There's really no. yeah sure. Sometimes we wanna make that extra seem pass sometimes. But that's what keeps the penalty. Kill honest to you. Know if you're just blasting it then you know that seem as never available and sometimes when you try certain plays it's about puck retrievals. That's what the powerplays all about. You know if you can try certain plays but no you're gonna get the puck back and start tearing out the pk. Then those seems become open. So there's little nuances like that that we talk about and you know guys know where each other are going to be if we have a battle if we have a retrieval whereas the puck gonna go neck so you just kind of feed off that and it's a fun group to be part of. I think the last thing we should say is we should send a text to mardi san luis saying that stamkos says he sucks on the half wall compared to ensure of and see where that goes. Yeah think i might get a text after that. No you know. That's the level that that kuchis on him. And marty. I mean and that release like i'll see it sometimes acted heave rollers wrists.

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"doughty" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

05:21 min | 2 months ago

"doughty" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"I don't think there's too many. Think the next generation will be more like that. Yes i think they'll be way more outspoken. And stuff yeah. I definitely think so but for me my personality lake. They might be like that and like the media and stuff like that. But i don't think they'll be doing the same things i did when i i came in the league like they're all delta health and all this stuff now you know what i mean. It's like we okay okay. So what is the best story you can tell us. That won't get us all fired about drew doughty coming in the. You can't believe you did. Oh man well that gold medal stories crazy like being late for the bus. I wasn't late for the bus. Actually the bus left without me. Let's we have to clarify that. And i can have. I'm gonna get the guy that was controlling the buses to to clarify this. Because everyone thinks late but i was not late but that story is absolutely insane socially just tell stories okay. So the bus left without me. I was to ship my gear home. Because i didn't want my luggage because i had to go on the road after the olympics like dallas or something so i was trying to ship stuff. Back to la. I was taking the first bus olympics. Than because i had to ship out this stuff at aside. Take the second bus on the gold medal game and they thought i was on the first bus and the bus. But you couldn't just hop in a cab because you're at the village head to the and there's like so much security everywhere so they give me a shuttle they take me as close as they can to the arena which ends up like hudson bay company like in a mall so i like go to the bottom after like take elevator up in this mall. I end up. Blake walking and then like the lineup to go through. The metal detector is like five hundred people and then i called people like judy. You've got a game like an hour and forty five minutes. what are you doing. And i'm like i please. You guys might like peter's like my whole sure all the way down here and i'm like texting flurry on the team. He was like the third goalie so he wasn't like getting dressed or anything. Like you'll get my guess which is like my underclothes might get that stuff out in the hallway and that same time. The guy that's controlling the buses like trying to help me sneak into because it was his fault that the bus laugh and then so i like get in there dress quickly in the hallway. Just leave my suit and stuff in the hallway and then like walk in and like. I'm not even joking. You like one minute into my walk in there. The coach is meeting begins. Like i got my stalin time. The only people that knew. Mike richards flurry in this bus guided. The only people that knew until mike. Richardson said to say it on. Like a podcast. I didn't even tell my parents or nobody's my mom and like are you kidding injury like you gotta be like yeah. That's a story forever though unbelievable probably because i had no time to think just panicking. That's probably why yeah. Have you thought about what you wanna do. Post career yet thought about it. I don't wanna think about acted like cry. Thinking after retiring but nudge. So hope. I gotta get ninety eight years in my career. I wanna play top forty or yeah tell. My body allows me. I wanna play as long as possible. But the reason i bring it up because one of my kids is played in the doughty invitation which is great awesome tournament a wonderful experience. They still wears his doughty hockey. Invitational with the king's fund. And all that still around the house is out something you want to get involved in minor hockey youth hockey. I think so my leg number. One thing i want to do is like honestly. It's like owner junior team or like work for junior team or something like that. But at the same time i definitely want to. I'll continue to to give back to like the hockey and organiz ation. I grew up playing for. I'll continue to always have that tournament and helping that aspect. I don't know if i necessarily wanna get into coaching young kids. I mean maybe if one of my kids played hockey. I would maybe do it but my dream would definitely probably be on nights or like wellstone that that'd be maitree our last one. The fans would like to hear this. When you first came into the room we were talking. You said you cannot wait to play in front of fans the air. So i think the fans should know how much the mean towards the best I mean when you're at home you know they just driving you to play better. Nothing we score bid goal and you feel goosebumps like we haven't had to goosebumps in a long time without the fans there so and then like nothing better than like getting booed by entire crowd score and just thaw make them all quiet. You know that there's a good feeling. That's a good feeling so No i miss a fan so much so much better playing in front of them. I think that's obvious Fan base is One of the reasons. We're even able to go out there and play because they support us there for us They pay money to come watch us play and they drive the team for sure. Is there one player. You can't wait to play against this year. One player can't wait weights play against. I'm looking forward to playing next ezekie skate with them in the summer Guys play out. She's good and he's like so say skeets and london so i'm looking for. I've never played against him only in pick up hockey so i'm looking forward to did. I don't think i had. But i'm looking for planning.

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"doughty" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

02:43 min | 2 months ago

"doughty" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Try not. I knew it was gonna work out. I knew going to work out. I think it gets emotional. People say it's business but it's not. It's it's personal. I think you know. But i know joe at the end of the day really wanted to resign. Gabe man. i know gave on to stay. And i knew they figure it out. I think at the end of the day. Joe wasn't letting gave leave and i know gabe didn't wanna leave. But i was definitely supportive of gabe staying. That's for sure was very supportive. He's i mean he's one of our favorite players to watch a spectacular and sneaky. Tough to a lot of people that are are are finding out. How much does he make. What's that they're finding out with their face. Yes i'm sure brayden schenn's think twice now but actually when i enjoy in junior som- because you're a chr guys Really as a rookie. Handed the jake muhsin in a kitchen or hussein. Ask him but that was a rookie. Someone's going to run at one of the rangers players. And i might have been his first fight. I know was getting asked about that when the avalanche play toronto next year. And you went right. Muslim was like one of the toughest guys in the. Oh l. at that point. Everyone's like landis guy's gonna get it and he did more than all right man shelled. But how much does he make that line work. You're a rhinoceros. oh delay. you're one of those players in the nhl like it must be a nice feeling like whatever you want to do. You can do and you go and do it. But how much does cog make that line work. He's she's huge. I think just even defensively a lot of times. He'll back i. And i'm i'll played his wing or whatever but he's just such a power forward not just for a line but i mean he's the leader of our team as well he just kind of makes everything tick and You know for meco meco kind of has easier time. When games on the icy does a lot of the dirty work goes the net net presence. He's always get hit with pox and getting cross-checked in fron does a lot of stuff. No one wants to do. They make a lot of that too and gives me a lot of room to kinda you know. Play little higher plan the outside a little bit more and chase down. Pucks outweigh no. You're very high standards for yourself. What did you think after this year like. What did you work on the summer. Like do you ever go back and watch the vegas series or anything like that. No i don't need to as more of a mental thing than actual physical thing. I think for us and for me to we got a little hesitant you know. I think we beat them in game two but they dominate us in the second third And i remember thinking like oh like i remember talking on the plane like in our whole thing is the process like be good in the process. Results will take care of themselves a whole year. That's kind of our thing and it still is in the process. That game is so bad but we still wanna not meco.

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"doughty" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

06:18 min | 2 months ago

"doughty" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"It's an interesting conversation is interesting on size. It's an interesting thought exercise. 'cause you're you're you're deep. Default has always know. Marty saint louis but then when you really appeal it back and think about it just be stamkos. I wonder if it's gonna ended up being kucherov. Well that's the that's the other one. But that's on the horizon of the of the rate now boy. It's funny because at the end of the interview you ask him about the power play and he talks about how good kucherov is and we joked that he's gonna get a nasty texts from san louis when he hears how much praise is giving kucherov over him. What about headman. There's another one you throw in the mix absolutely and the other thing too is again. We're we're giving away the interview. But we ask about the three peat and he said the first naming mentions is vasilevskiy he goes. We've got a chance because of him. Right yes boy. That's a tough one. I think it's going to be a honestly. I wonder if kucherov headman point. This generation vasilevskiy goes down as the greatest players. Like stamkos definitely in the conversation. He's up there right. Sixty goal season. Neil the other thing too that really stands out for me is how relaxed. He is now right. The three of these guys one of the reasons. I wanted to put them together as they were all good interviews but just how relaxed they were dowdy mckinnon stamkos. You know like. I joked with you in one of the earlier podcasts. About how the players don't hate us yet this year. This tour reminds me alive when i used to cover spring training and baseball. The weather's great everyone's in a good mood ones in shape. Nothing heard second. Wake up. I can get a bad. I'm not in pain. They haven't been asked the same questions forty times yet and these guys were really open about things. That's one of the things people really have noticed about. Stamkos is and he talks about how much he liked. The second win is opposed to the first one again. I don't want to give it away. People can hear his reasons but after they won the first one and he scored that incredible goal coming back from injury. People around the lightning talked about how much weight it took off his shoulders. And the fact that you have a championship next to your name and how much it changes you and but the other thing they talk about and it's something that we talked about after the tampa florida series. Live here as that. The lightning have this reputation as being a genteel bunch of guys when really other teams think there are a bunch of nasty killers and know they get away with murder because everybody thinks they're a bunch of guys. I i really liked this interview. Best lightning ever boy. That's a tough one. That's a really tough one. that's all subjective. Like the way i've always looked at stamkos is and i guess you can make the point. That headman might be this guy to some extent as well. There have been two great eras for the tampa bay. Lightning both eras culminating in stanley cup. Victories and i've always seen stamkos as the link between the two. You know the guy that had his foot in the previous say dynasty because just one stanley cup. But in that era of tampa where they won the stanley cup and this era of tampa where they're winning now multiple stanley cups. That's how i've always seen stamkos. Zia always saw saint louis as sort of the the emotional trigger of that team. You know some lightning fans might say okay. The way he laughed maybe that changes their vote. But i always saw. San louis is kind of that guy. Every team has the emotional heartbeat And i always thought it was him but way to start the interview by making me disparage one of our guests by saying he's not the best lightning ever. Okay then follow it up with disparage drew doughty as running through players because as he pointed out during the interview. That's fuel for him. It's funny you know. This is the one that's going to drop after the martyr one and we talked about you know monir ignoring the world and things like that right now again. Stamkos talks a lot about this too is is what's fuel right and and i do believe there's something to that you have to find. I think in the grind of season. You have to find extra motivation. You know there's going to be days you wake up as you said you're not feeling good. Something hurts you wake up in the morning and you feel like crap. 'cause you're on a long road trip or your three games and four nights and sometimes you have to find that little something extra. That gets you through it right or says okay. That's what's going to drive me today. And i and i think there's a difference between fuel and being consumed by things and you know stamkos dowdy. There's no question that they use this stuff as fuel. I mean doughty. I mean this whole interview. It's it's just. I was listening to it again yesterday as i was preparing to write the blog. And the guys just hilarious. I mean in. He'll get to the story about the gold medal game You know the whole thing. I was listening to this. And i i was i was as the whole interview was going on. I was almost like i. I can't believe some of this stuff and you know great for him. you know. The sport needs collar. The sport needs this kind of thing and doughty is a guy. It's like he steps up to the microphone and he knows i'm here to put on a show and he just delivers but it's like i always say like some people out there. They mistake kindness for weakness. Because you're a nice person. you're soft i. It's almost like because he can be so funny sometimes. They think that he doesn't care. I tell people don't mistake that just because you're outwardly friendly or your outwardly. Kind doesn't mean you can't be cut throat when it matters and doughty is cutthroat when it matters quick little aside from these last few players that we just talked about so these two guys steven stamkos drew doughty. They both go one two in the two thousand eight. Nhl draft and. i.

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NIH Director: Unvaccinated Are 'Sitting Ducks' for COVID-19 and Delta Variant

Here & Now

02:01 min | 3 months ago

NIH Director: Unvaccinated Are 'Sitting Ducks' for COVID-19 and Delta Variant

"Sitting ducks. That's how national institutes of health director francis collins is characterizing unvaccinated people in the us as the delta variant continues to spread here. Is this weekend on fox news. So i will be surprised if we don't cross two hundred thousand cases a day in the next couple of weeks. And that's heartbreaking considering. We never thought we would be back in that space again. But here we are with delta variant. Which is so contagious. And this heartbreaking situation where ninety million people are still unvaccinated who are sitting ducks for this virus. Sitting ducks presumably. Meaning they will catch it. We know the delta variant is more infectious but is it also lethal and if it is for whom dr david doughty is an epidemiologist and infectious disease specialist at johns hopkins university. Dr doughty cds reporting record hospitalizations among eighteen to twenty nine year olds thirty to thirty nine year. Old forty to forty nine year olds. Basically all adults under fifty now while deaths among young adults from kovic are still uncommon. Are death rates going up in these groups. So yes robin deaths are going up. They're going up more slowly than hospitalizations. But we know that that's usually lag hospitalizations by two to three weeks for some so. We're expecting to see deaths climbing in the next two to three weeks as well and by saturday the number of pediatric hospitalizations also hit record highs. This is according to the department of health and human services it spike to over nineteen hundred. What are we seeing in that group when it comes to mortality rates. I think what we're seeing across. The board is that among those who are unvaccinated. The risk of getting sick and dying is as high as it's ever been right and so in groups like kids where vaccines are not yet licensed. We're seeing as you've said the highest rates of hospitalizations and deaths that we've seen since the beginning of the pandemic

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"doughty" Discussed on RiYL

RiYL

05:32 min | 4 months ago

"doughty" Discussed on RiYL

"You know like motivated by current events which was an undertaking. Like getting everybody to record remotely and so i was like i was on fire for the for the bulk of of twenty twenty and certainly got a lot. Don remind myself like you really like. Maybe it's okay to take a break got a lot done but But the the feeling of depression in the feeling of inertia is tough so tough. And i'm just been like. I think a lot of people think it's just them especially people who are like sorta isolators by nature and they work at hormone and initially. Were like liz great. Stay home all the time. I think a lot of us with that kind of mindset have suddenly found this this kinda crazy loneliness you know the feeling of exhaustion despite having done nothing being really weary so i haven't. I've been talking to a lot of people but that trying to like you know get like kind of a a consensus circle on cova depression. I consider myself to be an introvert which manifest itself in in different ways in. Obviously i can talk to some day. Don't know where. I can go up on stage to like a tv spot or whatever without a problem. But then if i go to a party right i don't know anybody on i'm like that i'm the guy in the corner and it can be hard to reconcile that you know it. It can be hard to reconcile because it's like you have those impulses to. It can be hard to reconcile being a guy in the band. Who is cool. Just standing up performing in front of people or being on tv And not realizing that like you are in fact a and that will like and to me. It was like it almost worried me. How will i adapted to the isolation of corey dean well. I'm really good at faking it. In a social situation. Like i'm i'm not good at talking to strangers like initiating conversations with strangers but if i end up talking to a stranger allied up and be friendly and you know like i'm good at putting on the false front which is not actually. It's not something i'd like to have a problem with. It's just who. I am slowly over the months. I've been talking to other people who initially like. Wow this is fucking great like homework in whatever And then i have. I have one friend who still likes it. And it's a rachel murdy. Who is the voice of johnnie on ruby. Old friend of mine. She has a character. she doesn't gomo. Who is a man who wears like a silver wagon has a mustache and wears a suit. She's always doing videos as gomo at does video as herself. Every day in the west village of her dancing zinn. She's an everyday since lockdown And we have a theory that she was directly. Parodied on snl. A few months ago by kate mckinnon during this character dadi old west village lady like dancing and being weird everyone was like. That's rachel like..

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LA County Has 5th Straight Day of 1,000 Cases

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 5 months ago

LA County Has 5th Straight Day of 1,000 Cases

"With Kobe cases back on the rise in the United States there are warnings against older people attending large indoor activities and a new push to get people vaccinated that's pop star and actress Olivia Rodrigo singing about happy and healthy the eighteen year old will join forces today with president Biden and infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci to record videos to encourage young people to get vaccinated on the other side of the age spectrum health officials in Mississippi are recommending people sixty five and older avoid large indoor gatherings in a state where just thirty one percent are fully vaccinated Dr David Doughty at Johns Hopkins University says it's time to talk about you know re implementing some measures to to start the spread and Chicago Friday will restrict travelers from Missouri and Arkansas because of spiking coded cases in those two states I'm Jackie Quinn

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US COVID-19 Cases Rising Again, Doubling Over Three Weeks

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 5 months ago

US COVID-19 Cases Rising Again, Doubling Over Three Weeks

"The number of new coronavirus cases per day has doubled over the past three weeks data from Johns Hopkins University shows case numbers have gone up in forty eight states Maine and South Dakota are the exceptions vaccination rates are lagging there is the delta variant and there were fourth of July gatherings Dr David Doughty at Johns Hopkins says it's reasonable to be a little more cautious to start to talk about you know re implementing some measures to to start the spread and this is no we are near the peak virus numbers Dr dowdy was asked what this surge means hospitalizations rise I will probably see deaths go up although not to the same extent because we we have more people who are vaccinated but parts of the country are running up against deep vaccine resistance I made Donahue

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"doughty" Discussed on All The Kings Men

All The Kings Men

04:58 min | 5 months ago

"doughty" Discussed on All The Kings Men

"But i thought that was a pretty seamless transition from you know the seriousness of the type of injury that he suffered but matt roy as well i mean those are anything he time you get anything to the head. The facial area and things like that those are those are more magnified than others and you went to the world championships. And he looked good doing it. One gold with team canada and you know obviously played a totally different role. Played a totally different Type game with team candidates a short tournament all that. But i i. I'm every now and a player comes along. That just i become irrationally positive about and sean walkers one of those players last season it seemed to me that he improved anybody that he was partnered with. Whether it was ben. Houghton drew doughty You know all the different players that he played with kurdish mcdermott etc. All of his partners last season this year he's played most of the season with curtis mc dermott and only mada But the impression. I get about sean walker. Despite all the commentary about matt roy about him being steady eddie in you know a trustworthy game in everything impression i get about sean walker is that. He's tremendously underrated. And it seems to me that the coaching staff has just as much face in sean walker as say drew doughty ormat roy. And that's why we can see him paired with anybody at any minute left side. Right side. Dowdy mcdermott Opposite ends of the spectrum as far as style of play or talent or experience Am i just completely crazy. In in loving. Shocker as much as i do know i don't think they get all. He is one of those guys at Guy you know For the type of personality the has. He's a little bit more outgoing than royals in the locker room. When you're going you know engage engage in conversations with them but I think when you look at playing again playing on in the world championship. That's a great experience for for. Not only he but other young players To be able to get out there not on that stage against some of the best players in the world you know under a different coach. Judge getting a little different viewpoint on things. But you don't when you look at walker. You might be a little bit almost like alec. Martinez was with the king's alec. Martinez had in a way. He was a value to the team. But no there was always the other guys. The drew doughty's all those guys were always on top by on the top parents. Got the prominent sign but alec martinez year in. And you're out with one of those guys. You know led team block shots..

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"doughty" Discussed on All The Kings Men

All The Kings Men

03:28 min | 5 months ago

"doughty" Discussed on All The Kings Men

"The new. New teammates played a big part aside. You know like like roy. He too had an injury You know set them back a little bit there and You know again With young players that especially on defense. When you're looking at a partner and having consistent partner out there you learn each other's tendencies and it's almost like having an extra guy on the ice Knowing that when you see a player doing a certain thing this is what is probably the next move is going to be and the verbal communication talking on the ice continue to keep growing. So he's got to get louder. Little bit more vocal in that regard and that he will do that and i think you know as time goes by the more that you're around you know. Some of the younger guys are now looking at guys. Like roy and walkers is that kind of that middle tier player so you know the the eighteen nineteen year olds coming up. These guys are sore. Speak gus season veterans so They'll look for that in. And i think he's capable of providing that type of of that leadership of both know by example on the ice you display but the vocally in the locker room feel more confident From the platform that guys late coporate and dustin brown drew doughty. Even guys like cardin added that left at jonathan. Quickey the veterans been around us. So i think some of that will be passed down. He's one of those guys that i think they'll take the you know the the torch kinda run with a little bit into us a little bit louder in all regardless as game the injury he sustained. will talk about the matt. Roy injury i because they vote came in the same game they both came out of nowhere. But and i'm certainly not saying this to blame that. Roy but the injury the matt roy sustained comes from going to a specific place on the ice right. Somebody else has to then break the rules. And and do that. But the injury that sean walker had was just at an hour right. That could have happened anywhere on the ice. Nobody went to the wrong spot Nobody tried to do anything it just it just happened. First of all sticks huge huge Stick taps to him for coming back as quickly as did because he looked gnarly after hickman manhattan puck to the face but is that the sort of injury that that can rattle a guy for a few games mean it has to be right no doubt about it and i think the key was for him to be able to get back as quickly as he did To be able to overcome that. I think the longer that you stay away from it the further away you get back from being able to transition smoothly coming back in you know. There's no doubt that you know it wasn't a an injury. That was going to end his career that he was comfortable and confident that he was going to come back as far as the team. So the quicker that he got out there You know the better. It was for him. And for the teams. There is no doubt that ensure back was minded news a guy this regressive that likes to you know getting shooting lanes but now things like that happen. Those are one of the one of the things that we shine. Replay the game that you know. That's s capable happiness. One of those weird weird type things and To his credit that he was able to overcome that probably got a lot of support from the training staff. That medical staff His teammates the coaching staff. I don't think he no. He was pushed to rush into anything. I think the evolution of him getting back in there just happened because the mindset that the ad going into In coming out of the injury that he was all set a They made it comfortable for him. It did take a period of time..

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"doughty" Discussed on All The Kings Men

All The Kings Men

04:55 min | 5 months ago

"doughty" Discussed on All The Kings Men

"That kept him out for a night or two and he's still pretty young as career. But did you see any impact on his game. Coming back from that injury. Yeah there's a little bit there. I you know i think just not natural tendency. You know you take an injury like that. You're you're a little tentative I think the best thing is to go out and get yourself involved physically get hit a little bit And because of the type of year that we went through this past season You know the the players. You don't have that practice time so some of the things that the coaches can work on those timing issues at and again those confidence things He wasn't really able to do so. I would expect him any anytime. You get a look at edison serious injury you know especially for somebody who maybe hasn't been hurt least at this level It takes time to rebound and it's usually that next season when you see that full full recovery come into a factual. I expect him to be back to himself confident. Comfortable playing in all situations at it'll be something that he'll look upon. that ruling. Never happened in the he'll he'll just go butters game as as he knows it today. We're talking about sean walker ostensibly the third pair right defenseman for the l. a. kings although i suppose he can play up on the second pair in pinched averaged eighteen minutes and ten seconds. Not that far behind a matt roy. Who's the second pair at forty seven games. Five goals thirteen assists eighteen points minus thirteen as i said eighteen minutes and ten seconds last season in seventy games five goals nineteen assists twenty four points with twenty six penalty minutes in a few more seconds per game eighteen. Fifty daryl sean walker and matt roy seemed to me to be sort of flipped sides of the same coin mat. Roy's the penalty killing version of sean walker. Sean walkers the power play version of matt roy. But sean walkers game has a little bit more offensive punch to it. i mean. obviously if he's getting the power play minutes but a skating's batteries he'd is better What do we like about sean walker. This season i think a lot of those things you just said. Jesse i. You know sustainability Hockey iq the instincts. That he has he gets that power. Play time as you saw the ice with your your most creative players that he can not only jump in and be worth. But i think he can compliment as well. He shoots the puck. Well enough ought to be able to get shots group from the point We did see him. Score some goals. And i thought it was a big A big increase in the latter part of the season at confidence seem to really jump out he was aggressive on jumping up and joining the play and his numbers reflected that And as we said up. No even with matt roy as kings start to get a little bit more scoring upfront. I think you'll see his offensive..

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"doughty" Discussed on All The Kings Men

All The Kings Men

03:25 min | 5 months ago

"doughty" Discussed on All The Kings Men

"Chances are he's either playing five minutes or you know if planning twenty minutes. Like matt roy. He's doing his job on both events How does he bring that extra element of offense to his game because he's not awful offensive and he doesn't play power play time so i mean that's obviously a huge part not picking up those extra points but paired with a young partner until by your foot paired on a team that had struggled to find consistency in a second line and in secondary scoring. He's not picking up those extra assists off of other guys converting on a place. So how does he. How does he make his game a little louder. Well i think it starts in in in the locker room on the practices just becoming a little bit more vocal. I think The confidence you know. He's one of those guys that know as you come in a net natural. His natural personality comes in with city has to expand upon just a little bit of maturity may become stepping outside of your comfort zone so to speak. But i i see that in a you know. I'm not sure exactly how high ceiling is from the offense of what's but there's no doubt there's the ability to create more as the team. You know the forwards get some consistency in games. 'cause if you look at where matt roy your again five on five hockey when you're playing most of the time doubt he's going to be playing on copa On the ice with The kings need that secondary scorn. And we all know the inconsistencies. The kings have shown in that regard. You know not only last year or the last couple of years but for a number of years is that secondary scoring so As kings get a little bit more balance in that now no gave belotti could continue to keep pushing his game two. Trevor moore's campaign these type guys in was by field steps into the nhl and started put more goals on in other than that one line. I think you're gonna see his offensive numbers. Come up a defensively. S exactly what you want to see from a guys especially in the early years. Just establish yourself. Trust get gained the trust. Your teammates trust your coaching staff. And then that opens up avenues That you get on the ice with. And i think he's done that now. They're waiting for him. The kind of the ball's in his court shoulder speaking. They want him to take that extra levels in the offensive zone. I think that's where he can create that by getting down below the hash mark sometime. We saw that at times. Just the inconsistency of it But a lot of that has to do with trust him again. Making sure that you know that the forward you're coming back covered you at the blue line. I he can get involved. The attack You know he can work on. Shotted it in practice. I in the off seasons To just know maybe get it off his stick a split second quicker But you know. I think that that will come naturally as it goes again. A lot of it'll be with You know the guys. He's on the ice with by them. Being able to get to the front of the net. Pick up on some of his rebounds so redirections and him get a little bit more aggressive in the officers on maybe a little bit selfish soda speaks until he if he ever does get himself any he power play but defended against akita. His game is strong. reach will lead him into Put himself in a position. Where i'll have the puck on his stick to be involved be available offensively. He did have that rough injury against the minnesota wild Is the first major injury of his career. Might have gotten an nick or a bruise here or there..

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

All the Kings Men | LA Kings

03:23 min | 5 months ago

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

"His career third season. Now what did you think of. Roy is now you know i i think when i look at roy's game he's at the stage of his career route right now or you know he's trying to establish himself And maybe becoming more of a complete player as saying that meeting may remain a little or offense finding wait contribute a little bit more offensively. There's no diabetes advisory very trustworthy and reliable defender a guy. That's very easy to play with as well very predictable knows exactly what you're going to get from shift to shift game two games regardless of the opponent to join the ice whip I just think that the kings need out of him a little bit more up production in offense in that might come via confidence. Things like that and as the team kind of transitions into a little bit more of an offensive minded t the with the systems that they put in place but i thought is your was real solid again As he gets to you know know the nhl though the players the owner to these plan against the style from some of the different teams from night tonight. He's going to continue to keep improving but he's got he's got a great basis underneath them and there's a lot of room for growth there. I don't think we're anywhere near his ceiling yet. So that's a good sign. Means he's got a lotta time on of good game that a future ahead Not only In the nhl with the kings. He's a soft spoken guy Any plays i. Think maybe a soft-spoken game and i don't mean that as a criticism i just mean you know. He's one of those players that i very rarely notice when he's on the ice and that's the sort of litmus tests for advancement right you. Don't they right if you never say a defense name in the course of the game. Chances are he's either playing five minutes or you know if planning twenty minutes. Like matt roy. He's doing his job on both events How does he bring that extra element of offense to his game because he's not awful offensive and he doesn't play power play time so i mean that's obviously a huge part not picking up those extra points but paired with a young partner into your foot paired on a team that had struggled to find consistency in a second line and in secondary scoring. He's not picking up those extra assists off of other guys converting on a place. So how does he. How does he make his game a little louder. Well i think it starts in in in the locker room on the practices just becoming a little bit or vocal. I think The confidence you know. He's one of those guys that know as you come in a net natural natural personality comes in with city has to expand upon just a little bit of maturity may become stepping outside of your comfort zone so to speak. But i i see that in a you know. I'm not sure exactly how high ceiling is from the offensive out. What's but there's no doubt there's the ability to create more as the team. You know the forwards get some consistency in games. Because if you look at where. Matt roy your again five on five hockey. When you're playing most of the time dowd he's going to be playing on copa On the ice with The kings need that secondary scorn. And we all know the inconsistencies. The kings have shown in that regard. You know not only last year or the last couple of years but for a number of years is that secondary scoring so As kings get a little more balance in that now no gave belotti could continue to keep pushing his game two..

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"doughty" Discussed on All The Kings Men

All The Kings Men

04:57 min | 5 months ago

"doughty" Discussed on All The Kings Men

"He's been pretty vocal about enjoying playing with mike anderson. Now he's usually pretty complimentary to whoever he plays with But he's been particularly complimentary of mike. Anderson has expressed in no uncertain terms of desire to play with mike anderson for at least five or six years. Those are his words now. Ordinarily i don't really get involved in that sort of thing. I don't really care. But i really liked him as a pair and i've gone on the record. As saying i want drew. Doughty and mike anderson to play five or six years together if the two of them want to I'm on. I'm on team doubt anderson but i know i'm in the minority on that front. I know a lot of people. Think that The team needs to find a dynamic. Young puck moving left handed defenseman under the age of twenty five. Who costs less for blobel but like they wanted to kind of player that every team wants but i guess my question to you is based on having watched all drew doughty's career. Do you think he plays better with jake muslim type or with rob scary type. That's that's that's a tough question of games were kinda changed from when When doughty played good airy and when he played with jake buzzer I think there's a little bit more of a blend. there. I think because of druze attention to defense You know the pride that he takes. Defense a part of the games he could probably get away with that That more of a pot loving defender in today's nhl as we see is so important today for the for the defense men to become that fourth guy the attack to get more aggressively office of songs. So i think mikey anderson i think even bjarne foots. Those guys are gonna be guys that are going to develop more of that as time goes by Insistent saying i think the kings are in need of a little bit more of an experienced benjamin back there whether or not that left. Shot the guy that plays with plays with drew doughty allowing those other guys to grow You know title. Tell us you know who felt who fix at spots. But i think when you look at the year just went by. It's got to be the toughest gear for anybody because it's their first year and for jewish first year with those guys to be able to build a report so i think drew's comfortable and there's no doubt anybody that wants to play. It's there's going to be comfortable playing with drew doughty. Because he plays her creates a platform for everybody to succeed. Int's he makes himself available..

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

All the Kings Men | LA Kings

03:05 min | 5 months ago

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

"He's been pretty vocal about enjoying playing with mike anderson. Now he's usually pretty complimentary to whoever he plays with But he's been particularly complimentary of mike. Anderson has expressed in no uncertain terms of desire to play with mike anderson for at least five or six years. Those are his words now. Ordinarily i don't really get involved in that sort of thing. I don't really care. But i really liked him as a pair and i've gone on the record. As saying i want drew. Doughty and mike anderson to play five or six years together if the two of them want to I'm on. I'm on team doubt anderson but i know i'm in the minority on that front. I know a lot of people. Think that The team needs to find a dynamic. Young puck moving left handed defenseman under the age of twenty five. Who costs less for blobel but like they wanted to kind of player that every team wants but i guess my question to you is based on having watched all drew doughty's career. Do you think he plays better with a jake muslim type or with rob scary type. That's that's that's a tough question of games were kinda changed from when When doughty played withstood airy and when he played with jake buzzer I think there's a little bit more of a blend. there. I think because of druze attention to defense You know the pride that he takes. Defense a part of the games he could probably get away with that That more of a pot loving defender in today's nhl as we see is so important today for the for the defense men to become that fourth guy the attack to get more aggressively office of zone. So i think mikey anderson i think even bjarne foots. I think those guys are going to be guys that are going to develop more of that as time goes by Still saying i think the kings are in need of a little bit more of an experienced benjamin back there whether or not that left. Shot the guy that plays with plays with drew doughty allowing those other guys to grow You know title. Tell us you know who felt who fix at spots. But i think when you look at the year just went by. It's got to be the toughest gear for anybody because it's their first year and for jewish first year with those guys to be able to build a report so i think drew's comfortable and there's no doubt anybody that wants to play. It's there's going to be comfortable playing with drew doughty. Because he plays her creates a platform for everybody to succeed. Int's he makes himself available. As you know right spot and one thing that you can guarantee on you can put money in a bank. That's drew out is going to be vocal. And that's one thing to john. Mclaughlin has said. He wants his players. You communicate and wants to hear the guys on the ice more while you got young guys who wanna learn learn from the Drew doughty's the I see those guys. You know a lot of ice that out over the next number of years. We're talking about a player that i voted for in two thousand and nineteen twenty as the best men on the la kings did not vote for him in two thousand and twenty twenty one. That's no fault of his own. We're talking about roy. Steady eddie as the coaching staff has called him a year this year. Darrell didn't miss a ton of games with the injury but did have that injury..

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"doughty" Discussed on All The Kings Men

All The Kings Men

04:00 min | 5 months ago

"doughty" Discussed on All The Kings Men

"The empty net goals and he'll he'll be on the ice for most of them annette's certainly true with a guy like drew doughty but it. It brings up the sort of combination of two issues that you touched on that. I want to reference one. Is you know. I can remember in the last two seasons not the one that just concluded that the two previous of the bad really bad years. You know you'd see a game. I can't remember. I think it was in the eighteen nineteen season. They were playing. I think the islanders and maybe it was two to nothing in the second period or the in the third or something like that and somebody gets beat on a bad a bad coverage on the wall and the islanders were off the racist boom boom. It's three nothing in that. Was it right. The team was done for the rest of the game even though there was plenty of time left on the clock. I didn't see that happening this season. You know late in games whether they're trying to come back or whether they're trying to hold off team pushing the comeback which unfortunately Those teams succeeded to too frequently. This your but nonetheless you'd see out there blocking shots dropping down sacrificing the body to make like he was in every second he was on the ice of felt like this year when it was really nice to see it. It happened again. Yeah he was fully engaged. In every game like you say rights in the dropped the beginning to the final buzzer went. You know whether the team was up a goal down and goal and let's face it. The team was in more competitive games. This year You know especially in the early stage for creating a little bit offense at i think again you know. He's a guy that price himself so much into defensive part of a game so whether it's blocking at shot Disrupting a two on one through three onto break against him. He takes much pride in that part of his game..

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"doughty" Discussed on All The Kings Men

All The Kings Men

06:00 min | 5 months ago

"doughty" Discussed on All The Kings Men

"Away from the seattle expansion draft and the nhl entry draft. And then there's free agency right around the corner after that. It's a lot of chaos in a very short amount of time. So we're trying to get you all caught up on where the king stan heading into. What could be the most eventful offseason employed while we've been talking prospects and player evaluations for a few weeks and will continue to do so right up to the weekend before the crack and thirteen so far we've covered the top prospects from sweden and finland. And this week will tackle the l. Meanwhile at elliot kings insider dot com act. Dooley's is doing his series of player. Evaluations with me. Daryl evans playing along this week. We've got the evaluations for drew. Doughty matt roy and sean walker but make sure you didn't miss any of the player. Evaluations or draft prospect episodes from the past two weeks. And make sure you're subscribed won't miss any future episodes all right. Let's talk right shot fence. We're.

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Washington Capitals Blow 3-Goal Lead in 3rd, Beat Devils in Overtime

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:21 sec | 9 months ago

Washington Capitals Blow 3-Goal Lead in 3rd, Beat Devils in Overtime

"From New Jersey the capital's escape with a 54 overtime victory over the Devil's Jacob Rana, scoring of the extra session. His second goal of the night. The camps were out shot 24 7 in the final frame. They allowed three goals to let a three goal lead slip away and regulation. Capitals defeat. Meet the New Jersey Devils. 54 Doughty

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"doughty" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast

Elliman Daily Podcast

03:37 min | 10 months ago

"doughty" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast

"I don't drink coffee but I believe in multiple streams of revenue have been for four and a half years. Been using eissa jenex. I live and breathe it. It's changed my life and I believe why run so. I don't have the benefit that peter will peter. What have you been doing since you can't go to hofstra. And i've been doing it at home. Okay cool cool to jim at home and my driveway. That's awesome so. I like i same thing for me i like. I have a lot of ridiculous equipment that i probably shouldn't have. And it's all in my guest room and so that's what i've been doing And also i also incorporate sauna and things like that. i'm like essential oils. I'm like don't get me started. So i can go full on if you want but then i in my day like i literally stopped my schedule around five thirty six o'clock and before with my dog i would. We would go walking. You know whatever And now i just take another walk or I'm near the water. So i will just take a walk on the beach so i just i honestly i have every day i will end the day with making sure that whatever was i did was on my schedule because sometimes it changes and then i'll check the next day in the next day i i you know what it is because my mom literally would put on our refrigerator. When i was growing up. Monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday sunday. What we were going to have for dinner every week because she was a schoolteacher. And i'm just like i i. That's where i got it from so scrape. That's really great any other questions while we got her. I'm always available. Y'all amman instagram. it's laura doughty anoma names like really weird peter's like his d like no matter. I do not get offended. People call me laura. I don't care the same name. And i'll answer and it's lar doughty score l. e. for live excellence. If you want to connect with me on instagram. I would love it. I would be honored Always happy to help However i can so thank you so much for coming. It's been really really fun presentation really well done and thank you for it into this weekend because it's going to be an exciting weekend having game and i can't wait a watch it and put it in the chat who you're going for. Who who. what team are you rooting for. I want to hear who you think's going to win before we hang up. Let's see not tom brady. Come on. there's one bale tampa bay. Yup yup brady for sure. Casey come on common good looks pretty fifty fifty and you know what at the end of the day. It's still a win. I mean literally mahomes. That's why like my video. I did on monday. They're both you gotta go to be in a goats to win. you know. it's funny. I hate to go against mahomes because i really love him but i gotta go for brady. Yeah yeah yeah. I mean listen to take that team. I just like somebody wants steelers. Good luck without our everybody. This is another friday morning. Ride make you. Laura have a great weekend. Everybody in training thanks.

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"doughty" Discussed on Agency Ahead by Traject

Agency Ahead by Traject

06:45 min | 10 months ago

"doughty" Discussed on Agency Ahead by Traject

"You know. A lot of agencies will have an intake form you know where they're trying to collect the information before they even get to that first conversation. What has historically worked best for you. Do you cheer points. Like i can imagine. The conversation is when you establish that. I'm talking about language sort of thing. Do you have a form that speaks their language as well or do you wait for the conversation and the meeting to really get everything that you need I've seen at work a bunch of ways whether that's Being started out from the sales guy. Who's trying to get that lead and starting those initial conversations to Doing it a giving them. You know forms ahead of time and waiting for them to fill them out and just doing them in the meeting itself. honestly i think that it kind of depends on how your team is organized. So if you have a sales team. That's really attuned to the services that you offer and they have a list of questions that they should always be act asking clients in order to at least like validate the quality of their leaves before they go through with the sales process. That's a great place to start and then You know. Ideally those forms are things that both the client and our agency is able to edit so if we happen to already have the answer we can just put that in there. If there's anything that's left hanging we can ask them to answer. That and sometimes clients are not really good at paperwork or even like respond to emails. You just have to get them on the phone and ask them point blank. What the answer is but You know anything that is left off from that initial sales process. I usually would probably expect to get those answered in the initial meeting when they're meeting that account manager assuming that you know this is a completely new client from the very beginning and that Usually gives us more nuance anyway. You know when a when a client writes down an answer sometimes. Just like oh. I don't know where my goal is to grow. It doesn't always give you the information that you really need to move forward and asking those questions and making them actually think off the top of their head and explain More thoroughly is a lot more valuable than trying to get them to you. Know pull their hair out. Trying to answer a list of questions on google form or just a google doc. At and that's interesting too. Like getting clients to articulate when they might not be either a speaking. Your speaker be like really forthcoming with like not even knowing what they want water. Some of the ways you'll percent like. How do you tease out the information that you need from the client especially if they're not as normally susceptible to to make any details on you so Your question is how am. I getting my questions answered. If they don't necessarily know how to communicate that is that right yet. Essence Sometimes a lot sometimes. It's a matter of giving examples Especially if if you're an agency that kind of has a focus on a particular industry or you've worked with that industry before I've had examples of like. Oh well we have a client of a similar size to you or perhaps a little bit bigger. That has this goal or is doing this or is putting this level of budget towards their marketing. Based on you know the amount of revenue that they get per year And sometimes our i mean at the end of the day like if they really don't know That is kind of our job to give them our best recommendations based on our our expertise having been doing this for other clients for however long. We're doing it so At the end of the day like if they don't know they don't know what they don't know and If it's a matter of giving examples if you think they are on the edge of finding an answer and they just need some help. That's great. If not i always go for will. Here's what i would. Here's what i would do in your situation. Is that a red flag or a green flag for you and do we want to continue moving forward with that. Speaking of red flags and green flags. What are some of your favorite types of clients like when you're meeting them. Okay i'm gonna love working with this individual versus ones where you're like okay. This is i. Just i turn my hair on already in. It's ten minutes in well. I don't want to say what i don't like about clients that our i'll focus on On some green flags so I had a client wants who the first time we ever met him. He brought starbucks frappuccino. Is everyone on the team and he was. I know that's always a good hint when they're like just ready to hang out and be relaxed At the same time being a little too lax sometimes is a client that is difficult to get a hold of and make decisions but generally People who are there because they know they don't know all the answers And are truly looking for advice. is often a really good client to have because it You know assuming that your agency is giving them the best recommendations that you possibly can. It becomes a really positive partnership. Understanding that You know they needed help. And you provided as much as you can And then of course when they're really prompts with providing deliverables or or you know approving of deliverables. Mix our jobs a lot. Easier you know at the end of the day like we're not magicians and i think that sometimes like a thing. We have to manage with clients where they're like. Well you're the you're the seo person like why am. I not showing up when i search this fifteen times a day in the search bar You know understanding that things take time in like understanding that It doesn't appear out of nowhere from from content. That has just been written or anything like that like it's always helpful when Some understanding i mean obviously like a client. That's understanding is usually someone that we like to work with.

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Learning to Speak the Language of Your Clients with Kim Doughty

Agency Ahead by Traject

06:45 min | 10 months ago

Learning to Speak the Language of Your Clients with Kim Doughty

"You know. A lot of agencies will have an intake form you know where they're trying to collect the information before they even get to that first conversation. What has historically worked best for you. Do you cheer points. Like i can imagine. The conversation is when you establish that. I'm talking about language sort of thing. Do you have a form that speaks their language as well or do you wait for the conversation and the meeting to really get everything that you need I've seen at work a bunch of ways whether that's Being started out from the sales guy. Who's trying to get that lead and starting those initial conversations to Doing it a giving them. You know forms ahead of time and waiting for them to fill them out and just doing them in the meeting itself. honestly i think that it kind of depends on how your team is organized. So if you have a sales team. That's really attuned to the services that you offer and they have a list of questions that they should always be act asking clients in order to at least like validate the quality of their leaves before they go through with the sales process. That's a great place to start and then You know. Ideally those forms are things that both the client and our agency is able to edit so if we happen to already have the answer we can just put that in there. If there's anything that's left hanging we can ask them to answer. That and sometimes clients are not really good at paperwork or even like respond to emails. You just have to get them on the phone and ask them point blank. What the answer is but You know anything that is left off from that initial sales process. I usually would probably expect to get those answered in the initial meeting when they're meeting that account manager assuming that you know this is a completely new client from the very beginning and that Usually gives us more nuance anyway. You know when a when a client writes down an answer sometimes. Just like oh. I don't know where my goal is to grow. It doesn't always give you the information that you really need to move forward and asking those questions and making them actually think off the top of their head and explain More thoroughly is a lot more valuable than trying to get them to you. Know pull their hair out. Trying to answer a list of questions on google form or just a google doc. At and that's interesting too. Like getting clients to articulate when they might not be either a speaking. Your speaker be like really forthcoming with like not even knowing what they want water. Some of the ways you'll percent like. How do you tease out the information that you need from the client especially if they're not as normally susceptible to to make any details on you so Your question is how am. I getting my questions answered. If they don't necessarily know how to communicate that is that right yet. Essence Sometimes a lot sometimes. It's a matter of giving examples Especially if if you're an agency that kind of has a focus on a particular industry or you've worked with that industry before I've had examples of like. Oh well we have a client of a similar size to you or perhaps a little bit bigger. That has this goal or is doing this or is putting this level of budget towards their marketing. Based on you know the amount of revenue that they get per year And sometimes our i mean at the end of the day like if they really don't know That is kind of our job to give them our best recommendations based on our our expertise having been doing this for other clients for however long. We're doing it so At the end of the day like if they don't know they don't know what they don't know and If it's a matter of giving examples if you think they are on the edge of finding an answer and they just need some help. That's great. If not i always go for will. Here's what i would. Here's what i would do in your situation. Is that a red flag or a green flag for you and do we want to continue moving forward with that. Speaking of red flags and green flags. What are some of your favorite types of clients like when you're meeting them. Okay i'm gonna love working with this individual versus ones where you're like okay. This is i. Just i turn my hair on already in. It's ten minutes in well. I don't want to say what i don't like about clients that our i'll focus on On some green flags so I had a client wants who the first time we ever met him. He brought starbucks frappuccino. Is everyone on the team and he was. I know that's always a good hint when they're like just ready to hang out and be relaxed At the same time being a little too lax sometimes is a client that is difficult to get a hold of and make decisions but generally People who are there because they know they don't know all the answers And are truly looking for advice. is often a really good client to have because it You know assuming that your agency is giving them the best recommendations that you possibly can. It becomes a really positive partnership. Understanding that You know they needed help. And you provided as much as you can And then of course when they're really prompts with providing deliverables or or you know approving of deliverables. Mix our jobs a lot. Easier you know at the end of the day like we're not magicians and i think that sometimes like a thing. We have to manage with clients where they're like. Well you're the you're the seo person like why am. I not showing up when i search this fifteen times a day in the search bar You know understanding that things take time in like understanding that It doesn't appear out of nowhere from from content. That has just been written or anything like that like it's always helpful when Some understanding i mean obviously like a client. That's understanding is usually someone that we like to work with.

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Washington Capitals' Nicklas Backstrom Scores As His Own Agent With 5-Year, $46 Million Extension

ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show

01:34 min | 2 years ago

Washington Capitals' Nicklas Backstrom Scores As His Own Agent With 5-Year, $46 Million Extension

"In the time since we last did. ESPN and ice the PODCAST. ESPN talk about hockey nick. Backstrom made agents irrelevant relevant. That's that's fascinating. Yeah well I mean if everyone could just have as good a relationship that Niklas backstrom seems to have heavily on the tire. capitals organization. Then we wouldn't agents at all five years forty six million dollars. An average annual value of nine point two million against the CAP. Some bonus stuff like he did the thing I mean maybe maybe agent could have got more ridiculous term or something but I mean from a dollar but dollars perspective. He did quite my good from self and he keeps his own agency. I mean this is genius like the how much more in real dollars Nick backstrom get for the agents out of the equation. He's quite smart. And I've gotta say the One guy that's probably quite not happy about this. Is Brandon Hopi. Because this is kind of foreshadowing what I believe to be true. Is that the capitals now will not enough money to sign Hopi to a long term extension. They haven't talked yet and it's now the earliest Samsonov era but look good on Niklas backstrom. He's making the other guys like drew doughty. Who didn't get the best deal when he did it himself? Look kinda dumb and the caps got this guy for another five years. Look I understand what you're saying about Hopi. I completely understand that I get it. I get the capital's goaltending situation that said if he fires is agent and hires Nick Backstrom. I'm sure he'll get the deal that he's looking for with the capitals officials. Nick Backstrom is now the new Pat Brisson. This is the second career

Washington Capitals' Nicklas Backstrom Scores As His Own Agent With 5-Year, $46 Million Extension

ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show

01:34 min | 2 years ago

Washington Capitals' Nicklas Backstrom Scores As His Own Agent With 5-Year, $46 Million Extension

"In the time since we last did. ESPN and ice the PODCAST. ESPN talk about hockey nick. Backstrom made agents irrelevant relevant. That's that's fascinating. Yeah well I mean if everyone could just have as good a relationship that Niklas backstrom seems to have heavily on the tire. capitals organization. Then we wouldn't agents at all five years forty six million dollars. An average annual value of nine point two million against the CAP. Some bonus stuff like he did the thing I mean maybe maybe agent could have got more ridiculous term or something but I mean from a dollar but dollars perspective. He did quite my good from self and he keeps his own agency. I mean this is genius like the how much more in real dollars Nick backstrom get for the agents out of the equation. He's quite smart. And I've gotta say the One guy that's probably quite not happy about this. Is Brandon Hopi. Because this is kind of foreshadowing what I believe to be true. Is that the capitals now will not enough money to sign Hopi to a long term extension. They haven't talked yet and it's now the earliest Samsonov era but look good on Niklas backstrom. He's making the other guys like drew doughty. Who didn't get the best deal when he did it himself? Look kinda dumb and the caps got this guy for another five years. Look I understand what you're saying about Hopi. I completely understand that I get it. I get the capital's goaltending situation that said if he fires is agent and hires Nick Backstrom. I'm sure he'll get the deal that he's looking for with the capitals officials. Nick Backstrom is now the new Pat Brisson. This is the second career

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Moths Flee or Face Bats Depending on Toxicity

60-Second Science

02:30 min | 2 years ago

Moths Flee or Face Bats Depending on Toxicity

"About twelve thousand species of Tiger Tiger Moth Earth. Some of them swoop and dive out of harm's way when Hungary bat tries to make them a meal but other tiger moth species are more blase I say they just don't bother to flee from Hungary bats and I really just wanted to know why why the difference what factors might be influencing whether a species. She's is more or less likely to perform these. Evasive maneuvers. Wake Forest University behavioral ecologist. Nick Dowdy he says it's a matter of taste i. Some of the malls are delicious but others are toxic and tastes terrible when the airborne predators catch these unappetizing moths. They'll spit them out. Giving bring the insects a new lease on life in a field experiment dowdy and his colleague William Connor filmed health five different species of tiger. Moths responded to bat attacks. Ax and what we found. was that those species which were really toxic so when the bats captured them they almost never ate them. Those species are much more likely likely to be. What we call nonchalance species that do not perform evasive maneuvers very often on the other hand species that were really palatable? We're much more likely to perform those evasive maneuvers. Almost in a sense sort of hedging their bets because if they don't make that escape if they are captured by a bat those species these are more likely to be another factor. Is that evasive maneuvers. have their own set of risks which may be why unpalatable. Moths tend to avoid them for for example diving away from Bats Burns fuel gives the insects less time to seek out mates and could expose them to other perils such as getting stuck in water or there could be predators on the ground like mice and other mammals the study is in the Journal. Frontiers in ecology and evolution. Doughty is now trying to identify The chemical compounds responsible for making some tiger. Moths taste bad wants. Those findings are in chemical analysis of museum. Specimens could help reveal l. how rare endangered or even extinct insects have behaved around predators. Study animal behavior even without a living organism. That's pretty amazing. Other animals with conspicuous warning signals such as garishly coloured poison dart frogs and foul smelling skunks are also tone to be slow. Movers perhaps a few deadly toxic or just plain stink can pay to be

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Predators Sign Captain Roman Josi to Eight-Year Contract

ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show

05:02 min | 2 years ago

Predators Sign Captain Roman Josi to Eight-Year Contract

"It's ESPN and ice but yes for ESPN talks about hockey I'm grateful NHL Writer I'm Emily Kaplan National Nhl reporter indeed you are so today the big finally get some actual hockey news talk about other than like injuries and stuff the Nashville predators call the press conference today like everybody be at the arena like eleven thirty 'cause we got a lot of things to talk about Oh what could it be could it be everybody knew immediately was the Roman you'll see extension eight years the Max nine point zero five nine for number fifty nine on the for this contract making Roman Yo see the third highest paid defensemen via the CAP heading into next season behind only Eric Carlson Andrew he is twenty nine currently will be turning thirty on June first of next year so emily we think of this contract firstly after talk about this trend this is the NHL trend. I feel of the last eighteen months when you sign a new contract it has to have some owed to your Jersey number in it and it's just ridiculous to me it's too cutesy it doesn't make any sense I don't know if the players leaving money on the table I'm not the team is like besides looking cute and a press release what is the purpose I will say this as well kind of a beat trend when you consider that Wayne Gretzky's numbers retired or all around the league and no one can ninety nine ninety nine it'd be the number I would use if you're going to pull the contract mullarkey that's for sure but I look I think that Roman Yosi over the last couple of years I've been one of the most consistent and best defencemen in the League he's a guy that we should be talking about enormous conversations probably over the next two to three years that's what level is at the most shocking part about it to me is the no movement clause because that is something that David Poile infamously does not give out here and Piranha or the only guys on the roster who have it and you mentioned his age he's about to turn thirty of this brings him to what thirty nine years old we're at a time where hey the blackhawks are playing the predators tonight on Tuesday recording this and we're talking about thirty four year old Brent seabrook halfway through his contract with a new movement clause that is looking pretty bad and getting scrapped for the second straight day and I don't think that Romeo who's on that same exact trajectory but we see why these things do become troublesome down the road right so doughty's contract was thirteen point eight four percent of the cap when he signed it trying to or Carlson's contract when he signed his this past summer accounted for fourteen point four seven percent of the cap and then Romeo Issues contract is eleven point one you percent of the cavs so greg numbers you get the sense that that's often couch come on what am I I always I always I was wave past math in high school I went in the back of the book copy down every a answer every lake odd-numbered question had the answer and then just a bunch of nonsense on top of it and hope that was right and if I was right like my goal was like a seventy five just get me through it did what I could so get degrees get the feeling that this this salary this is for the contract probably settles in around this much it's down from where the Romans camp was looking for they wanna like nine five it probably settles in around here because partially because of the trade protection that's that's a hell of a caveat from Poi- like you said and and because of it you know this this number on the open market is over ten I think for a defense of his of his vision Ilk we've been talking a lot about Albatross lately insofar as him being a Ufa and you know these kinds of guys don't become available when you look at a team like for apple like the Vegas Golden Knights like we've talked about for the things Golden Knights are loaded up front they've got a goalie they don't have a foundational defensive another Blue Line there's don't Roman he's one expert says one both these guys could have been available summer now one of them's off the market and you've got to pay for that so yes the term is frightening because like you said Brent seabrook cautionary tale right absolutely frightening term on this I will note that according to cap friendly the the contract is structured with all a bunch of signing bonus money in the first four years so all the way until twenty four when he'll be turning like thirty four right so that's just a little note little caveat no signing bonus money for the last four years and you know just there are ways to get around things but for the moment eight years over nine million dollars for one of the best defense in the League and the predators obviously if you look at the ages on that oster the next four years of very important

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Kyle Guy hits 3 free throws with 0.6 left, Virginia shocks Auburn in Final Four

WIBC Programming

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Kyle Guy hits 3 free throws with 0.6 left, Virginia shocks Auburn in Final Four

"The winner will get the Virginia Cavaliers coming up on Monday night for the national championship and finished. We had with that ballgame Kyle guy from Lawrence central high school here in here at Indianapolis six tenths of a second cow guy all three does after he was found. By auburn's Samir doughty to give Virginia the sixty three sixty to win tied Rome. Lead Virginia twenty one points cow guy. Fifteen de'andre hunter with

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NHL Projections

Hockey Today

03:12 min | 2 years ago

NHL Projections

"Canadians. I think are better position than say the blue jackets who have to take on the Bruins. Now, the Bruins. They're just playing out the string as well. And they've lost two in a row. They lost a Florida and Detroit back to back night. So is it going to can you envision Boston losing three in a row? So that could be tougher spot of the blue jackets against Boston. And then the hurricanes are in Toronto to take on the Maple Leafs may believes already clinched a playoff berth second back to back. So right now, it looks like the blue jackets might have the tougher of those three games and looking at the standings in the Eastern Conference. Here's the way it looks. Columbus says the first wildcard would ninety four points. Carolina the second ninety three Montreal as a point back, but Montreal's at a bit of a dilemma because they've got one less Rowen than Carolina four less road Wednesday in Columbus. So Montreal needs to pass Columbus. They're gonna have to do it be the points. They're not gonna wanna tie breaker against the blue jackets. So really they look at being behind by three points to Columbus instead of two because tying them is not going to help now at Carolina. They're only one back in the row wins and with three games still left. They still could pass him in Rowen. Wins. So Montreal still has a chance. Everybody else in the Eastern Conference, mathematically eliminated, Florida, Philadelphia, the Rangers and the like so that's three spots. Two teams are going to get a mantra on the outside looking in. So every game becomes a must win. So should be fun. Watching those teams go at tonight penguins. Still can get home ice. They're going to be in Detroit to take on the Red Wings the front end of a home and home for the penguins jets and wild from Minnesota can eliminate the wild jets trying to clinch the central stars and the flyers stars pretty much locked in. They could still possibly when you look at the standings in the central division. The Dallas Stars have eighty nine points to nationals ninety four. So they're not going to be moving and they have three point cushion on Colorado with three to play so Dallas trying to avoid dropping to the second wildcard. But really when you think about it from a matchup standpoint, they probably wouldn't mind dropping to the last wildcard. 'cause they match a. Better with Calgary. They seem to have the flames number so Dallas in that nebulous position. They know they're in the playoffs. But you know, do you want the first wildcard the second wildcard avalanche and the Oilers Oilers, mathematically eliminated the avalanche again only got one point in their game in hand, but very winnable game catching the orders and the second back-back, but the avalanche also playing in the second back to back will the avalanche. Go back with grew. Our who's been their best goaltender. He played last night in that loss in overtime. And shootout to the Saint Louis blues that's huge sharks and the Canucks kings in the coyotes big for the coyotes two points back winnable game looks like the kings are pretty much mailed in law seventy two last night to the flames drew doughty after the game says he wishes you could play all of the rest of the games in succession. He just looking to get this miserable season over with. So maybe the coyotes can take advantage and beat the Los Angeles Kings. But the coyotes are going to need some help to get into the postseason, but still what an incredible story the retort about the coyotes on the last Tuesday of the race. Season which just three games left. Still be mathematically alive the playoffs. Something anybody saw that coming at the beginning of the

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"doughty" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"doughty" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"And after Ashdod hagan's turned it over twice the first four minutes run of the point Kentucky. The high Washington left elbow. Jumper too. Strong off the backyard of the rebound doubt. The Samir doughty. Auburn trotted across halfcourt still trying to find the range from three point land doughty underneath the basket. Dumps it off wall lightly jams at home penetration and easy to nine five ballgame. Good play by Samir doughty Wylie wanted the ball the whole tired. Would we Travis what to help on the penetration? He got it. Out of the circle j Washington feeds the high posts were Johnson back outside its hero crossover with the dribble about the mayor in the Washington, he'll face up driving towards the basket. In traffic. Threw it away. Nearly got it stolen over the end lines off Auburn and Kentucky will keep it with six left Shacklock, really well, defended PJ Washington went to the left underneath the basket. He was surrounded by three Tigers shot was blocked. He's lucky can turn it over. Euro keys, the inbound Higgins back in the lineup. And now he's got the ball. He's only got two seconds to shoot top of the key jump on the way partially blocked at it. Never touched ram. It's a shot clock violation. And that these three turnovers for Kentucky in five minutes and sixteen seconds. Jay, Bob McCormick. With real good pressure on that shot. Excuse me. Severe. Here comes Aubert. Tigers winter's over New Mexico state, Kansas and that a blowout. Win over North Carolina here on Friday, doughty drives right? The cross board. And they swing the ball around route thought about it three drives into the paint for behind at it's stolen away by Kentucky. Hey, gets frost half court round the screen on top. Now, it's hero on top down low Washington. Good position banks at home in Lebanon. Five kentucky. They left PJ Washington to open on the left baseline. That's an easy finish for him. Vice Brown is off to a tough start. He's got to settle down for the Tigers. Doughty holds right side line. Extended dumps it down to widely on the right block. Now Joppy throws it away over the top of McCormick Cormack touches in the back court, and that will be an Auburn turnovers. It's three turnovers for all bird. Also, they literally cannot afford you turn it over. Asta why they came with a double team, but wasn't a hard double team. It was kind of soft. But they feel they wanted to try to pass the ball out of the double team. He was not up to the challenge that time. Got a brief delay before Kentucky inbounds the basketball of the offensive forecourt. Now it's in. Hagen's bouncing it on the right side right in front of the Auburn bench for Washington. Head of the circle. One touch for read Travis hands off for hero hero driving into traffic. Lost the handle on the ball going up gets it back rose to Washington at a three pointer from the left corner is no good rebound down to doughty doughty driving and kicking. Not the mayor. They come back to the top for pure afford. Fully goes all the way back to the top to Harper. And how they feed the post inside. It's widely turnaround high off the glass, it's good Austin. Wildly averages seven points per game. Got a couple of basket since the time out it gets Auburn back within Ford tough shot bear overreach. Travis could bull by Wiley. Aubrey grabs. Your and for defense and hero has the ball. Poked away as he was trying to throw a high low pass to Washington. It'll stay Kentucky's way Aubert's half court defense has been pretty good scout where they're getting beat his entrenched. Do a better job back and get matched up more subs for Bruce Pearl. He's going to go deep into the batch. As he has for the most part wrap his tournament. Twelve fifty three to go till half-time Ross court pass it a crazy one by hero. Quickly catches it. The three quarter an ill advise passed by hero. Turns into an assist Kentucky is now doubling up. Auburn at fourteen to seven is good individual play by quick. Mccormick running the point for Robert. Inside of the floor. Doughty driving trying to running one hander. But little piece of it. Hero. Got a partial block, the rebound doubts Spencer, wildly back to the basket. Mrs everything and the rebound a Kentucky back the other way. Drills at three right? Bruce pearl. It's a ten point Kentucky league transition is killing Auburn. They're not getting back and get matched up Kentucky is never lost a game this year when they've had a double digit lead. They are twenty seven at all. We cross twelve minutes to go here in the first half and arbitrary to find something offensively McCormack driving left of Elaine tough shot. No, good rebound, rip down by Spencer. And he is fouled as he comes down with the rebound. That is going to bring us to a time out a break in the action with and fifty two to go here in the first half at eight to two run for the Wildcats Kentucky.

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 Kings beat Blackhawks 3-2 on Doughty's power-play goal in OT

WGN Radio Theatre with Carl Amari and Lisa Wolf

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Kings beat Blackhawks 3-2 on Doughty's power-play goal in OT

"Hockey kings win here tonight, three two in overtime on a drew doughty goal. And that's Doughty's. Seventh goal on the season. All of them have been scored on the power play the kings did get a late power play because of penalty assessed Jonathan caves at four thirty of overtime. And boy the kings made it tell they did get the puck all the hawks were able to clear it out of there in the kings did regain the hawk zone. Doughty firing the game winning marker just a tough way to lose. The hawks outshot the kings the hockey game thirty five to twenty nine, but it just didn't get the

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Chevy's First Full-Size Lego Model Is A Silverado Trail Boss

The Inside Outside Guys

01:04 min | 3 years ago

Chevy's First Full-Size Lego Model Is A Silverado Trail Boss

"Hundred LT trail boss and is built as part of the brand's partnership with the legal movie to the second part. It has the same dimensions as a twenty nineteen trail boss, but at three thousand three hundred and seven pounds it substantially lighter than the five thousand and eight pound metal truck the truck was built at one of the Lagos model shops in Connecticut by nineteen people officials say it took them two thousand hours to assemble all three hundred and thirty. Thirty four thousand pieces which make up the body the lights and even the wheels and tires. Elizabeth Crenshaw w j news it's that time of the year when we reach out to the homeless with gifts of cash and clothing, however, Detroit Rescue mission ministries, president and CEO. Dr doughty

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Ebola: medics brace for new cases as DRC outbreak spreads

Dr. Daliah

05:16 min | 3 years ago

Ebola: medics brace for new cases as DRC outbreak spreads

"I. evolve spreading to the Democratic, Republic of Congo conflict zone and. This is a scenario that, health officials have been dreading so a week, after the World. Health Organization said we're clear of latest Ebola epidemic this new one popped up. Which is why I would just say guys don't jinx anything just do not say an epidemic is done or a. Little. Outbreak has done don't say that because something always pops up and I understand you want tourists and trade and industry to calm down. Relax. But you, know a lot, of times, we speak too soon Well they say the, outbreak in. The, Democratic Republic of Congo has spread to a city surrounded by rebels they said creating. Challenger challenges that responders are dreading they said one probable case. Of one suspected case of emerged of the city, of OH in VR sees North. Kivu province and a we, chat self is not under rebel control Salama, Peter Salama who. Is World Health organizations emergency response chief said the city is entirely surrounded by. Territory held by a feared you Ugandan insurgent group known as the allied democratic forces so they say for the first, time. We have a, confirmed case in an area with high insecurity This is a problem we were, anticipating at a problem at the same time we were dreading Okay in order for, us to stop Ebola from local regional and then global spread you need to get in there. You need to be. Able to take control and you need to nip it, in the bud Well if you can't get in there because it's an. Area. Controlled by insurgents or a group that could possibly do harm to you an aid workers you hesitate and a. Day two days three days maybe weeks or months go by and evola can spread like wildfire They say large numbers, of civilians have been killed by unrest, around Oita, aid workers priest government employers are currently being held hostage thereby insurgents So how do, we, get in there to start to contain the outbreak And, if the insurgents are already killing civilians and you say guys you know Avala killing some of the civilians. Are they really going to be that open to letting people come in See I I I love negotiate guys look I, don't, want you, guys get the Abullah so can you let us get in their door staff or get the people out But you're not really supposed to call. Them evil people patients that are being afflicted. With alleged Avila suspected of anyway so this outbreak is the tenth to hit the DRC since one thousand nine hundred seventy. Six this remember, has been around since the. Seventies it's just the the biggest outbreaks happened back in two thousand fourteen in the two thousand fourteen to two thousand sixteen epidemic so this latest what. Began on August one so we're about twenty four days into. It and it's already killed sixty three people out of one. Hundred three confirmed or possible cases and Salama warned health workers were expected at least one additional wave of cases so. Now these cases of made containing the virus more difficult so how do they operate in, complex environments and u., n. teams are only allowed travel to. Each, with armed escorts so if the. Number, patients or contacts of patients in the city. Searches the logistical hurdles not only the cows the cost will mount according to CBS News and, so the World Health Organization. Has been criticized on its handling of the two thousand thirteen thousand sixty in west Africa epidemic and we talked about that that killed about eleven thousand. Three hundred people so we'll Health Organization has pledged to revamp. Its response systems what went wrong back then well I think. A lot of things I think we were in the throes of a politically correct movement and so when people you. Know suggested while let's quarantine let's not let people come to the United States if they, traveled there let's try, and examine them that you know the You know with I think people were hitting gloving because they. Didn't want to you know? They, didn't want to trample on anyone's rights they didn't want to be politically incorrect remember there was that. Nurse that was pitchy she ended, up being right but she was furious that our government quarantined her because she could have been. At risk of having A Bola and spreading it And she threw the, biggest fed and I don't blame her I wouldn't wanna be quarantined if I didn't have to but sometimes to limit an epidemic We sometimes have to do, some things that aren't very popular And, after we had that one gentleman that. Came to New York I think it was on the,

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Musk bid for Tesla: no formal offer, no firm deals with advisers

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

00:43 sec | 3 years ago

Musk bid for Tesla: no formal offer, no firm deals with advisers

"Tesla's board has formed a committee to evaluate an offer by CEO Elon Musk to potentially go private we get the details from Bloomberg's pitchy Sikora this. Comes a day after the chief executive officer revealed more on who will advise him and help fund the potential deal the committee hasn't received a formal proposal from us and hasn't. Reached any. Conclusion on whether taking tesla private. Is advisable or feasible musk touched off the process a week ago with a, highly unconventional announcement of an effort to take a company off the public markets in a tweet late Monday the chairman and CEO said he's getting advice from Goldman Sachs. And private equity Firm silver lake and had lined up legal advisers he also says doughty Arabia I. Approached, him. With interest in taking tesla private, early

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Veterinarians Say Pet Owners Are Hurting Animals to Get Opioids

Ric Edelman

00:47 sec | 3 years ago

Veterinarians Say Pet Owners Are Hurting Animals to Get Opioids

"And it seems unbelievable but it has some better Canarian concerned enough. To issue a warning concern that pet owners could be using their pets to get their own hands on opioids a recent. Study conducted by the Colorado school of public health says that veterinarians report that some of their clients may intentionally hurt. Their. Pet in order to get prescription painkillers thirteen percent. Of the one hundred and eighty, nine vets, surveyed say they. Believed that, a client purposely injured a pet to. Gain access to the drugs while nearly forty five percent of the group knew that a pet owner or a member of their, team was abusing opioids these findings are behind a new push for online training centers on opioid prescription

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Dr Charles Snyder, US and Robert Fuller discussed on The Best of Investing with Edward Brown

The Best of Investing with Edward Brown

02:03 min | 3 years ago

Dr Charles Snyder, US and Robert Fuller discussed on The Best of Investing with Edward Brown

"Of. Snarled streets and stranded riders in Barcelona we got a report from correspondent Rhonda rock stra taxi, drivers in the popular Spanish tourist destination continued their strike protesting ride hailing apps like Uber and camouflage hundreds of hacks Proctor cabs in the middle of the ground via Saturday were some drivers spent. The night in their vehicles war intense the strike started Wednesday for judge decided to suspend the need for additional. Authorization, for ride hailing companies to operate meanwhile Uber. And suspended services after, taxi supporters assaulted several of their drivers Rhonda rockstar reporting the death toll from a strong earthquake that struck Indonesia's popular tourist island of Lombok today has risen to fourteen with one hundred sixty people hurt the quake damaged more than one thousand, houses and was felt in nearby Bali but no damage or casualties were reported their. News and analysis, at townhall dot com I'm Michael Harrington The US now has the highest maternal mortality rate of. Any developed nation Dr Charles Snyder and tells us about efforts to improve. Care after delivery US women are waiting until later life to have children in this may explain the paradox of more complications in pregnancy. Despite obstetric care, the American culture obstetrics gynecology is calling health insurers to support routine maternal ongoing care after birth rather than. Warm isolated visit this is Dr Charles Snyder reporting from Washington. Today of Sunday July the twenty ninth and it's a birthday for, some notable people, including, former Senator, Nancy Kassebaum Baker She's eighty, six, years old Actor Robert fuller. Turns eighty five former. Senator Elizabeth. Dole is eighty two Acura David Warner has seventy seven, candles on, his, birthday cake rock musician Neal doughty of. REO speedwagon seventy-two documentary maker Ken burns sixty five more on these. Stories at townhall dot com As your car Tune.

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