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"eakins" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"eakins" Discussed on Here & Now

"Eight goods with the huge victory. I think I just kind of sat there and sleep after running for maybe a solid couple minutes just kind of like looking at the time thinking that that this was back in February at a collegiate. Track ME IN BOSTON EAKINS. Just one eight hundred meters about half a mile in two minutes point seven one seconds when I thought about the Olympics before that day I think I thought it was more of a pipe dream. Eakins is a middle distance runner at the University of Pennsylvania. She says it's a bit mind. Bending to imagine. You could be better at something than anyone else in the world but that time on the board it was hers and it was the second fastest in. Ncw history after that. I kind of thought lake. Why not really go for it and really train as though I believe that you know? I could be top three at the Olympic trials and I could be a potential contender at the Olympic Games. Then was when I started to dream a little bit crazier. That performance made her a favourite for the team at Tokyo. Twenty twenty but not long after that race slowly at first then all at once. The Corona virus changed everything. Eventually officials announced the Olympic Games would be postponed until twenty. Twenty one is still running but things are different. It's all scaled back right now. We're just training and training the sake of routine you know. We don't really know what we're training towards right now. Normally elite athletes like Aitken's would be working toward what's called peaking reaching their absolute top shape at just the right time. It's very hard to stay. Pete that's Meghan Carta Salsa an athletic trainer at Penn. She says in track most of the biggest meats are scheduled within this two week period. That's pretty much the longest you could possibly be at your highest elite level before your body needs to reset Olympic feats may seem superhuman because they kind of are keep the human body at the peak too long and Cardiff. Also says you could start getting injuries that you won't come back from strains tears and stress fractures. The right way to train is to only chase the peak when it's useful and to know that the next one is coming you know it's peak kind of level maybe diminish build again peak again so it's a constant like climbing up mountain and the mountain continues to go up enough training has slowed down across the board for Carter falls athletes. She does physical Rehab. The facetime for some the mental aspect right now is probably the most challenging for these people is to to reset and understand that no training isn't going to be a thing for you know maybe another one third to elite athletes whole lives can revolve around training but with the pandemic everything. Shut down it's just not possible in the same way. Everyone's daily routine is disrupted right. Now this this is a perfect storm for athletes to worry and have anxiety because athletes tend to be more creatures of habits than non athletes. That's Joe Fish. A sports psychologist. Whose worked with a bunch of pro teams. Philadelphia phillies seventy sixers flyers as walls a few Olympic teams. You don't get to be an elite athlete unless you've developed a real disciplined in terms of training for something today that may be an event it's GonNa take place two months from now. Three months from now six months down the road all that discipline nowhere to put it. Fish says it can be really distressing. He's had to deal with it when athletes get hurt or benched and he says in times like these it's important for athletes to separate themselves from their sport he tells me about a ballplayer. He worked with WHO was benched with an injury. He said to me before this injury. If you would've asked me who am I. I would have said John Smith the basketball player a year later. A you're off the court. This John Smith took some courses did a lot of reading worked on the off court John Smith. Now if you ask me am I with my identity. I'd Say I'm John Smith who likes to play basketball. Do you hear the difference. Nia eakins the middle distance runner already has another identity. She can lean on as it runner. I think if you're only running you tend to over think running a lot more in that kind of like consumes your life and I think especially now with this huge paws. I am very fortunate that I have nursing school to kind of take away from that. If that makes sense that's right if it wasn't already hero for her feats on the field you can add nurse in training during deadly pandemic. It's her senior year in the pen nursing program. You know we really have been kind of pushed the front line because we are really the ones that are providing that I care. I'm proud to be a nursing major right now but it definitely is a scary time can says nursing is what he's always wanted to do and the virus isn't going to change that and it's not changing plans about running either. You know when this is all over as long as I'm keeping up with training and everything that you know like that didn't disappear. It's just delayed and since she ran that blowout race in Boston back in February she knows. Do it again for here. And now I'm Jad slamming and here now is a production of NPR WB. You are an association with the BBC World Service. I'm Tanya Moseley. I'm Jeremy Hobson. It's here now..

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"eakins" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"eakins" Discussed on KTOK

"And more from paleo to plant based find foods that fit your lifestyle Eakins we're open and here to help welcome back we've seen some dangerous places for staff let's go to the highlights traffic was slowing down in the work zone but this driver was on the phone and he didn't see because fresh tying up traffic for hours let's look at that footage of yeah let's leave all distractions on the sidelines or you'll get more than a black you've gotta slow it down focus up and make safe place in the words of this message brought to you by the Oklahoma department of transportation the word of the day for you juriste Houston's ready one thousand PTO K. one who spots trends and doesn't predict the future but gives us an idea of where we're going one such futurist is Jamie Matt so he's also a World Health Organization adviser and author of the highly acclaimed book hacking Darwin genetic engineering and the future of humanity he joins us now because we'll Jamie with your futurism experience I wanted to ask what is our new normal so that's a great question because these are you know there are a lot of people who are feeling like this crisis is kind of like a snowstorm and we just hunker down and then it passes and then we go back to life as it was and that's just not going to happen this is a fundamental shift in our lives and how we function in our business in our country and in our world and they were all already experiencing this new shift to virtualisation and that's not going to just not back so most every business is going to be new and it's going to be recreated and we all need to be thinking about about that the new technologies like artificial intelligence which have been growing very very rapidly but we're going to very quickly have to get used to I'm seeing art in artificial intelligence agency where we would have previously seen our our doctors our primary care doctors because we're just not going to have enough doctors to meet the needs and that we have we're going to get used to that really quickly over the next over the next year they're a lot of things that are going to share and many of them will never shipped back a lot of people are thinking of this year it's kind of like two thousand and one but it's really in my mind more like nineteen forty one where there's a there's a big struggle ahead by the world they will come after the cataclysm is going to be very different from what came before when you say nineteen forty one you don't mean the movie the comedy I I don't mean the movie will be G. Chris okay thank you in nineteen forty one it was among the darkest days of the second World War and there was a a do what at all clear that the allies were going to win but even then leaders like FDR and Churchill came together and may envision that the better world that was going to come back that was the year that FDR gave his famous for freedom of speech that the the principles of the Atlantic charter were articulated now with the rallying cry that was the thing we were struggling to build even during the crisis so this is a really transformational crisis for all of us on so many levels but we have to have a sense of where we're going and we and what is the better world we want to build even in the context of all of this pain and this is going to get significantly worse before it gets better when you when you talk about the future it you're talking about a lot of uncertainty here is there a lot to be afraid of for those listening there is a lot to be afraid of and this is a really serious serious crisis but there's a lot of hope on this virus is moving at the speed of globalization but our response to it is also moving at the speed of globalization we have the incredible new tools that I that I write about it in my book hacking Darwin all the genetics revolution that allowed us to sequence the genome of the virus within two weeks they were racing toward a vaccine and it's only going to be a vaccine that gets us to this to this new normal not at a record pace because we have these incredible new tools and so that that's a real cause for hope and we should have because hope that we're all finding new ways to come together that are different from what we've experienced in the past but there's there's no real meaning to be had now Jamie metal is a technology in healthcare futurist geopolitical expert also advises the World Health Organization and his book is called hacking Darwin a genetic engineering and the future of humanity but we're talking to a mainly about his futurism and getting ready for this I understand there are some tips you have getting ready for this new normal yes absolutely and I could like I was saying before our lives are just going to go now back to where they work and so we need to be thinking differently if your listeners are just home binge on the couch binge watching Netflix you are not preparing for the world that that's coming so I had a I C. N. N. dot com piece that went viral and I had seven principled I'll tell you what they are now one is we all need to stay grounded whatever that takes whether it's going for walks or meditation or yoga or cooking yeah I'd be grounded because this is going to be a rustic log to skill up yeah we're gonna need you can have new skilled tango dancing whatever the world changing and think about what skills you're going to need for your future and start learning things now you have all these amazing resources third connect with your physical people in your life your kids your spouse the people in your home we've never had this kind of up of opportunity for build these virtual communities using little more whatever it needs it's a new way of connecting and we just strengthen those connections and then finally we need to recreate the villages that we that our ancestors lived in and there was a lot of cross generational connectivity there were a lot of you're right now it's such a tragedy that we warehouse our wise elders in retirement homes or exile them to golf courses when they have so much knowledge and that we can share so we need to connect older generation and younger generations whether is tutors or as members of our community everybody has a role to play everyone should just make a list of all the people in your life maybe people you know well or not so well do you think maybe alone may may be in need of a little extra attention and just give them a call everybody's waiting to be called everybody can be part of that was not just fighting back but of rebuilding the beauty in our lives and this virus is it's a threat to everybody but it cannot defeat our human spirit and if you will hang on I wanted to ask you more about what you see incoming trends when it comes to the work place when it comes to the.

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"eakins" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

11:39 min | 1 year ago

"eakins" Discussed on KTOK

"Hating nutritionist you know we bring the guys from ultra botanica on every single week right here on the show it's because it is the high potency highly energetic really really strong Kirk human you can feel it's everybody everyday product and that's why I take it that's why you're taking it that's why you're telling your friends about it and that's why it's hard to keep them on the shelves I was someplace I won't say where this past week I almost wish I anyway I was somewhere Eakins and I walked into the place and I said where's the old Tricker Akins and they said oh let's go look it's been flying off the shelves they've been talking about it on the radio people are telling their friends I mean they literally said this is a young girl and I walked over to the shelf looked cupboard was bare nothing do and they said well maybe we have some samples let's go see that nope the samples were gone but she said something really interesting the girl at a can set you know we've been giving out samples and then people come back by a couple of bottles and then some friends of theirs who they gave samples to they'll come by a couple of bottles and so they have ended I had it on the shelf for a while so keep checking but there's other places you can find it in Oklahoma City to Adam Payne is the honcho over delta botanica Josh show is red this is well we've got cameras rolling today and it's it's going to be a fun show how you guys doing we're doing great excellent can we go way back in time and talk a little bit about the origin story because some people are new to this and it's really remarkable because curcumin is not a new thing but getting it to where it absorbs getting it to where it actually works to where it becomes the Kirk human you can feel now that is a challenge but you and your team overcame the challenge Adam can you tell us a little bit about it well I I I was in the pharmaceutical industry and I had aspirations to be a pharmaceutical guru and a mover and a shaker and an executive in the biotech space here in Oklahoma and I was doing that I had a lot of success in new and different a pharmaceutical approaches and gastrin trilogy in rheumatology it just so happens that we were making a name for ourselves and natural products and some lovely researchers from the university of Oklahoma Beachy Korean and how Schofield they came and visited our lab at the university of Oklahoma health sciences center which used to be Presbyterian health foundation research park that's a mouthful and they said Hey Adam we have this really unique technology that we've developed with the curcumin with to mark and I was like oh you guys are lovely and I said and I said in my heart you know I'm not really interested in curcumin it's not sexy enough for me I'm more advanced in my aspirations but I I put I put down my ego because I can I do that every now and then and I am just for fun when just for fun it was it was way back then and I said and it would seriously I said look guys I'm I don't know if I'm interested in helping you develop this but let's sit down and talk with who you got and they had an interesting approach so I'd I'd seen multiple every rheumatology conference gestern Trojan conference I've been to I've been to multiple conferences are always saw somebody talking about tumor cell or curcumin the wonders of curcumin and I knew that there were some problems with it the biggest problem with curcumin is that it doesn't absorb and for those of us that don't under didn't understand I didn't understand much about it at the time is curcumin is the most published topic in inflammatory literature right now not in not Rush Limbaugh literature right but in in in literature that talks about sorry in literature that talks about the inflammation in the body it is the most powerful natural anti inflammatory ever discovered or talked about in the scientific literature the problem with that is that it doesn't absorb doesn't get into the body you have to take massive amounts of it to absorb into the body and so BG N. hal had a very simple almost stupid idea and I said look it doesn't absorb so let's just put it in water let's make it get into water and then if we get into water then if you take it internally it'll absorb and so I thought well that sounds silly I'm surprised nobody's done that and nobody had done that and so we tried it and to the scientists in the room to their shock their utter horror we made some of it and we sat around a table and report shock classes of the stuff mmhm you know and we we tried it and it was startling actually really yeah I was I was I was not prepared for what happened we sat there within five minutes we all got what we call the curcumin but it was this light headed not necessarily pleasant not not something I would go after and run after like alcohol or something else mmhm but I I we felt it and I looked at my friends and they were looking at me and were like are you feeling this and they're like yeah some feeling this is to do you feel it's kind of like yeah that's and we were got so excited because we knew at that moment that we had something that was getting into the blood and getting into our brains he was crossing the the gut barrier into circulation crossing the blood brain barrier which is very difficult getting into our central nervous system there's no way you feel something like that unless it's getting into the brain and so that was the first hook and Rumple of making a hoax and figure with my finger he can't see that and it caught me I knew that we had something here can it go head coach no no go ahead go so that let that started the whole our whole development we've we've said we've sense that those does that shock last moment we've we've turned it into a a we've taken all of that molecular learning about how molecular curcumin behaves and we were able to cop concentrated down into a capsule form we call alter Kerr liquid protein scaffold technology essentially we have the we have the liquid curcumin or the molecular curcumin which shows called molecular curcumin scaffold technology me will change it not that that's really important but really we take that molecular curcumin we attach it to a protein scaffold and what happens is as the body's digesting the protein the curcumin comes right into the body it's it's elegance and it is why it becomes the curcumin you can feel that's what we call it on this show that curcumin you can actually feel your listen to super health Adam Payne Josh bell you're here talking about the origin stories of the incredible ultra Kerr by the way just as a correction Rush Limbaugh is anti inflammatory and what we want to be anti inflammatory just like culture Kerr so the I. deliberate mincing words cut so when you finally figured it out and you realize you're on to something then did you keep it just between yourselves we start giving it to other all we did was I mean that was the first kind of like Hey let's do we know that dealing with something that's has information I friend of mine this is like the precursor product he had dealt with a significant tendinitis issues for most of his life and I can't talk about what happened with the tendonitis but he called me up the next day and he said could this stuff be working that quickly he was a he was able after taking the product he got up the next morning and he was chipping golf balls off of his back porch and curling twenty pound weights with that with this with where he wasn't with the difficulty said he had been experiencing this with health he wasn't able to do that the day before and we have multiple reports of people just having transformative experiences and Josh you've seen it happen incredibly dramatically almost instantaneously and you and I both experience it such that it took time for us it took days before we felt it now for me I know my physiology everything takes days when I fast it still takes me two or three days to get into ketosis words for a lot of people they can do it by the end of the day they're already indicative to see if they haven't eaten for me when I'm at the dentist it takes multiple shots of Nova Kaine before I'm numb to enough for the dentist to work on me and so it takes some time for me but some people as you've seen Josh have seen instant experiences or overtime experiences but the overwhelming majority are getting good experiences at one of my very favorite things and just to rewind a little bit when I got introduced to Adam for some friends of mine from a men's group and I said gosh Josh you've dealt with tens of thousands of people that have undergone a lot of pain and inflammatory issues in their body you need to meet this guy they got some special insulin B. notes to Adam after our first meeting and I was wowed by the stories from the technology he slid me a bottle of it not knowing that I've been dealing with inflammatory issues in my hips for about five or six years very difficult sitting down even in a comfortable chair like this driving and for me I was one of the out liars because I began to take it now we suggest two capsules twice a day the original product I would like more is better right so I took five capsules a day for five days and by the fifth day the issue had resolved that I've been dealing with for five years and then later on two or three weeks later a a rotator cuff injury that I had had that they wanted me to have surgery on began to respond so positively that I'm now gained most of the strength back in my shoulder it was remarkable and this is the experience that everybody I've given it to so far a hundred percent have reported somebody somewhere might not get the experience but so far it's been everybody I've given it to and this is what I love about what you've done you've created ultra Kerr and then you've done different things with that you've made all tracker pro which is more intense you've done ultra canine you've done ultra hemp ultra him pro various things cardio greens a whole line of products and together they are creating so much good experience for consumers that word of mouth is spreading this faster than anything else that I've ever seen and it is the most exciting thing to be N. if you need to pick up some and you do Josh working they pick it up locally at health food stores well I'd like to start with Akins maybe Akins will get it back on the shelf green acres in south Oklahoma City Dodson's health food stand in Norman we've got Dave Mason and innovative pharmacy in Edmund we've got Keith bishop over it flourish pharmacy move out into the Bethany area you've gotta make a health you've got Kenzie Taylor Taylor's herbs all over the city and lots of integrated health practitioners not only here but worldwide it's become the number one go to product for promoting maintaining and supporting.

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"eakins" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"eakins" Discussed on KGO 810

"Like a lovely movie to see that sounds like something that I would be entertained by and we had a couple more ten which one do you want to do next let's do and then we dance okay good I just like saying the title and then we danced anyway this is a movie that was directed by a Swedish filmmaker lavon Eakins and its supply route falls around this young male dancer who has been training at the national Georgian ensemble and I'm explain what that is in a minute but he's training with his female partner and his life is kind of up and it by the arrival of another male dancer who becomes his arrival the movies in the Georgian language and it's subtitled in English and I had to classify it it would go into the L. G. B. T. Q. genre category though that's a little limiting in the sense that this is a movie that can be enjoyed enjoyed I think appreciated by anybody who who loves the arts love stance who loves film and whose love stories about the human condition because there's lots of interesting stuff kicking around in this movie and the story that traffics in politics in the heart in gender and sexuality of course self expression and the intermingling of all the subjects in the kind of freshen watchable way but this this film Pat it's too culturally opposing subjects against each other how to create a drama of homosexuality and the Georgian dance at the kind of leave them side by side and it examines them via the story about this young dancer who's trying to figure out who he is and how he wants to artistically he expressed himself in a culture and a country Georgia the country not the U. S. state the Republic of Georgia which demonizes homosexuality but back to the story and the main character and the national Georgian ensemble Georgian dance is this traditional dance then we see a lot of.

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"eakins" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"eakins" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Down the dock that version of stocks you know couldn't couldn't push it over the line to to get to a Stanley Cup final but it's not so with the prospect I turn to even sacrifice a few standings points now and then in in favor of sticking with the prospects rather than going with that reflect so expectations are lower in Anaheim the digital art in the club is very much in transition I think that there could be a lot of things happening at the trade deadline but I think that most of what the doctor during this year it's hard to solidify is Dallas Eakins the guy to leave them behind the bench and are you taking any calls when it comes to Mike Babcock possibly being a guy who coaches this team again well yeah no I don't I'm not getting any one of us far just a couple days now but I'm not the Mike Babcock about hello although although like the hi please let let the the guys created in the office sold I think that's what the doctor needs daylight I think you were lights wealth of young players I don't think we should throw the baby out with the bath water here I I would give Dallas safety saw all the time HM I think that organizationally I'll just point to you know Cochran rich you can these you know cost is a really really helped player don't come you're gonna have to do something Nick Ritchie was a high tech but if the colts don't come gonna have to do something to make a lot of sense.

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"eakins" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"eakins" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Shooting near San Diego. The thirty seven page search warrant unsealed over the weekend describes how the nineteen year old alleged shooter walked into the synagogue shot several rows then continued further into the building firing several more one person killed three wounded. The document also says the alleged gunman called the California Highway Patrol said he had just shot up a synagogue, quote in an attempt to defend my country, and quote, it also says the nineteen year old told police he had adopted Eddie, semitic beliefs about eighteen months before. The attack and wasn't spiraled by Adolf Hitler? He's pleaded not guilty to more than one hundred charges. I'm Jim Roope. Anaheim is getting a new bird the coach of the San Diego goals. Is now a duck. Dallas Eakins is the new coach of the National Hockey League. Anaheim ducks, he's been the coach of the San Diego goals, which is a development team for the ducks the ducks had a losing record this past season and fired their coach Eakins has posted big wins in San Diego. But struggled last time he coached in the NHL and Edmonton five years ago, Kevin trip KABC news. Three people are hurt after a small plane crash in upland. The plane reportedly had engine trouble when it crashed Saturday in front of the city yard building along Benson avenue crashed into a parking lot about three hundred feet short of the runway at the cable airport. One person was hospitalized with life threatening injuries while two others suffered minor injuries, and the L A department of water and power plants to deliver two point eight million free LED light bulbs to residential customers by the end of July. The utility announced today. Talk radio seven ninety KABC sports. Dodgers beat the cubs. They host the giants tonight, the angels lost at Tampa Bay. And they are in Toronto today. Gary woodland won the US open at Pebble Beach. That's sports on seven ninety.

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Anaheim Ducks, Eakins And Randy Carlyle discussed on Mo'Kelly

Mo'Kelly

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Anaheim Ducks, Eakins And Randy Carlyle discussed on Mo'Kelly

"The Anaheim ducks are apparently ready to name their new head coach early this week. The OC registered suggests the is going to be a big promotion for their American Hockey League affiliate coats of these goals, Dallas, Eakins, Eakins has been considered the top candidate for the ducks job since former coach Randy Carlyle was fired in

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"eakins" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"eakins" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"They end up coming back from break as it came back from break they were kicking Eakins out of the game. And I'm thinking, oh, no. I'm like, I hope this guy didn't do anything that was that grotesque that passes now in the situation where he needs to be helped off the ice by his teammates. Well after seeing the replay my heart sank for everyone involved. I never wanna see what happened to have happened to any player. Even if I was that was a guy who was competing and fucking hate on the you never want to see that. And my heart sank for Eakins considering that he just taken a five minute major got Senator locker room where no one on the ice really knew what the fuck was going on. I mean, other than the fact that Stassen he could argument 'cause he was involved in it saying like like I didn't do that on purpose and Eakins then slammed his head into the ice. Then apparently the rest goal to. Galant and say that he struck him in the head with his stick and got him in the face while then obviously glanced like probably getting word from top being like that never happened. Cross. Check them in the chest area. Then San Jose ends of capitalizing on that power play which I have nothing against either of these teams have no skin in the game. Obviously I picked vagus to win and six, but I also said before playoffs. I'd love to see Joe Thornton win a Stanley Cup. So this if roles were verse in San Jose was up by three and pavonis could've Eakins across check identical situation would happened. I would be saying exact same thing that was just very unfortunate and the people Shan fans and fuck and coming out with gutless con it's all day like suck addict. And this and that and I'm like guys all on doing sticking up for Eakins in a sense where that shouldn't have been a five minute major there like watch should should have been a high sticking goal. The second one they scored guys. Sure. Whatever. I don't give a shit. But this brings it all back to the point where five minute major should be reviewable especially in playoffs that have such a pivotal moment in the series where ended up costing Vega series. Oh should've kept for their net. Sure. Whatever. But they should never been on the fuck and penalty kill for a five minute. Major wit. Fucking going crazy pills here. No. If you watch that you think that that was a five minute major you the stupidest person I've ever talked to that watches hockey, you're an idiot. If you think those if minute major sure, so you're dumb, and I'll tell you this right now when the media comes in and talks to players in the regular season. It's one thing. Right. It's one of eighty two it's a grind. Well, when you come in after the playoff games. Everything's the anti up. It's a little crazier. People emotions are running wild. Let alone going in and talking after game seven having having said all that Jonathan Marsha show. Set it perfectly. It was a very honest from the heart opinion on what he thought happened. And I thought he said it perfectly, and that's who who's coming off one of the most heartbreaking losses actually Galon set. After that. This loss was more heartbreaking numb lose in the Cup last year. I think he said, you know, we go into the Cup finals last year and this loss like hurts more, right? Now, just because of the way it happened. That happens. Maybe a thousand times every season in the NHL. You lose a draw and you give the guy a push across Jack. I tweeted it was five minutes for pushing Patel sqi, amazing guy, actually, people should know. I've said before he's good at everything actually amazing everything. Everything does he's the one. He's personal drives you crazy 'cause he's good at everything. So I hope he's okay. Very scary to see but water joke would a joke of a call. And I don't know if you saw my went on spitting chiklis Instagram account last night. I played golf tournament heartbreaking loss. Don't go into that later,.

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"eakins" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"eakins" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Kind of babysitting the clubhouse who really wasn't interested in what he was. You know, what he was breaching basically because he said he said a modest. I'm a four or five defensemen. You know? I don't think they were basically appreciate what he brought thing. One quick note to we I'm going to have on our Riley coattail, Jeff, Gordon. Well, couple of retired guys could bring on a little bit later wanted to mention that a great fucking plug. There are a and another point. I wanted to bring up to is I had friends that played on that team with with Dallas Eakins who is another guy who's very into fitness very into nutrition, and he was also trying to change the culture there, but he was very like Bossia boat. It like apparently media members weren't even allowed to have doughnuts in the thing anymore in the. In the press box, or whatever I know guys played there during his coaching tenure where these guys if they played a certain amount of minutes during the game say twelve minutes after the game they'd have to do like a twenty mile bike ride and they had to do bike tests like four different times during the season. And it got a little bit controlling in crazy 'cause he he went overboard with it. So there was a lot of shit that some of the players weren't down with where they're like, man. I wanna fuck go out there and skate work on my game. I'm not a fucking cyclist. Why do I have bike rides every day? And and another fucking thing is if you talk to Matt nickel and some some of these other high end hockey trainers. They don't want you on the bike especially during the season. Because alls at does is titans up your hip flexes..

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"eakins" Discussed on My Black Friend

My Black Friend

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"eakins" Discussed on My Black Friend

"If somebody kinda hits you a little too hard the, you start a fight. You went there to fight, right. I went to the club from eighteen to twenty five years old to fight short several Eakins one weekend, at least a month. I would not be like trying to get on bitches AB like me and my boys. We Lincoln up. Oh, a Saturday night. I ain't working get off work early. Guess what we pre-game in at the house. We drink it flicking golden grain, fucking fruit punch and hunch punch. Then we drive in trunk to the club. Gin drink a couple more drinks. Get on the floor though. Bose, wait on fucking light east side. West from baby to cut on or like ghetto. My level for trivial is sued as they're clicking Saul hit. Nicot is fucking problem because if my click is bigger than your click nigga, you'll have a bad night which and I was just waiting on a moment for one of my niggers. Hang with a lot of like, you know, pretty boy type news. And so you know, we would all pull bitches or whatever. And we would go to the club and I was the biggest thing in the club in air. Click me and this other dude, and we were just kinda just like, wait, like security or some shit. Wait you. This thing is getting a little too rowdy. H talk too much. Anyone even be a situation where we would have to wait for nickel, throw a punch. If you talking about man's wrong, Nick, I was hitting you in the fucking face like that's what it was. And it was just fight at the fight like nigga my sophomore year college was insane dog. I guy we was stupidly. It's just crazy. Just didn't voca matter out in. Give it jail. I didn't give fuck about police. Not of that. It's definitely the I, I wish somebody would. It's give news gives you. I wish it. Thank you. Yeah, I would. That's exactly the Intel. I would say some are use my inward this week. When a telling you the the car dealership story. But it was the best usage. J. r. is I know seen this, these mirrors. She would never say that, but I wish he would sometimes Sydney should. would say this. I think that may be the name of the title I wist what was inward would out of. See what I. Yeah, it's definitely will things we're like when you're out with other guys, if you feel like people have your back, you get a little bit, you know, and you get a couple of drinks in you get a little more ballsy little little braver and you start looking at top because you, yeah, you when you got what you have balls, you always ready. You know somebody got your back. But when this is like a legit, three or four of you and you like surrounded by other, you feel even you feel like the.

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"eakins" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"eakins" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Things are changing quickly enough ghanistan tonight, Taliban assassin gunned down the entire leadership of the country's Lynch pin. Southern province says they met with the commander of US forces among the dead is osso Razek Kandahar police general had been the target of repeated Taliban attacks as a power broker general Raziq was considered essential by his allies, including the United States and at one point Canada. But there were also reports that the generals power had some very dark roots. Matthew Eakins is a journalist who covered the rise of Abdul Raziq. We reached Matthew ACL in New York. Now the as you know, there have been so many failed attempts to assassinate general, Abdul, Razzaq how come this one was successful. How did the assassination take place while the details are still a little unclear, but it appears to be something that's happened in the other high profile assignations where there was an infiltrator the initial information saying one of the. The governor's bodyguards actually carried out the attack and this was the he was shot and heading to helicopter. He was with members of the US military. Exactly. This is a high level meeting with the top US general in Afghanistan. General Austin, Scott Miller. He was apparently unharmed, but Abderazek police chief was killed as was the spy chief of the province of the moment. And it's unclear what's happened with the governor's all my Wease who, but appears at least injured if not killed as well. And so then my we say is also dead and some are saying he is, but he we, we haven't had that confirmed Naby own ham. You just mentioned Abdul, Razzaq. This is the leadership of Canada heart wiped out in one fell swoop. Yeah, it's a devastating blow of the Afghan government and it's sure to make the already dire security situation in the south considerably worse. But the Taliban said they've claimed responsible. And they say their target was general Abdul Razzaq. Why is that? Why was he there target other probably been the number one target of the Taliban. For many years. He is the most powerful or was the most powerful security commander. And so then Afghantistan he's notorious firs brutality effectiveness against the Taliban. There's a kind of bitter personal quality to it because number members of Roz family have been killed by Taliban or by rivals. A lot of these things are mixed up and tribal than that as well and Rosic was extremely brutal. Taliban. He, you know, there's there's long standing evidence that he was practicing torture, an extra executions. So the Taliban of long held at the top of their list. And it wasn't just, I mean, he there was a UN report just last year that called for his prosecution for allegations of torture disappearances that he, they were methods of two. Torture of vacation, crushing genitals, pumping water into stomachs people disappeared. They were secret detention centers that was were either being he was participating in that or he was in charge of those operations. So he must have had a lot of enemies. Yes, Razek was definitely one of the most Torius well-documented figures involved with this and that you know, he was at the front four of the war. That's why he was beloved by by minneap gang government by many ordinary people in Canada, heart credited with bringing stability and security to certain degree of the province as certainly by the Americans who I believe that Miller put out a statement calling. The resum great friend day certainly stood behind outdoors. Even after these allegations of torture were widely publicized. At the same time, you have documented his activities as warlord as a drug Lord as someone involved in all kinds of organized criminal activities. How does it man like that? Right. It's the top, what? What's what? Why is he in so important to the US end? We'll get to a moment to the Canadian military. Why? In short, I would say it's because of not despite those activities, talking about drug trafficking Afghanistan produces nearly ninety percent of the world's illicit opium. The south canned aren't Helmand account for more than half of that. So we're talking billions and billions of dollars. It's been, you know, well established that opium moves with the connivance of both Taliban and government officials. Someone like outdoor who's in a position that he was someone like that is kind of the top of the pyramid of an illicit economy, deeply entrenched in the way the power politics work in southern Afghanistan that hasn't been formed despite the national involvement so that that's actually his power base..

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"eakins" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

Make Speidi Famous Again

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"eakins" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

"And also they should sell poster of like the web, like how I people magazine, these people do those webs reconnect I, I want that post and then also David foster now he's engaged Katharine McPhee. But did you know David foster sister is like the the mom to clay Eakins child, which it's like it's just crazy and the. So there's an American idol connection. It's like, how did this happen? So we're going to do a follow up high cast on just the web of the Kardashian foster Jan? Yeah, Linda Thompson, definitely check her story. I was talking about it on the more drive year. So she was filming at Madeo. Beach, whatever das- isn't that? What it's called? No, mastro's beach, it nothing. Yeah, she's filming. So she's very interesting story like I am and they were making her sea ass and she's filming it and like someone of her friends at the table put some like was also filming and use the flash and she literally like tries to keep it cool. But like in the search thing, you're ruining my shot with the flat like so dead, sir. Some you remember her on housewives. Yeah, and that beach house. But she was like, where don't women like snapped, and then we never saw her again because we saw a taste and she was a taste on the hills to she likes showed up at a something. Yeah. Yeah. And she's a star. I can't. She says enough money where like she doesn't want to like do TV that much like differ. She could be at least van or pump, like if she wanted to need to bring her in because I just feel like she's connective tissue between all these other people. I've, at least it doesn't want somebody like they need to just do real housewives of Malibu and get Linda and her click and I, well, this was beyond guitar top. All right..

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"eakins" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"eakins" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Ican eakins said twentyseven he also left us review oh really yeah i read his review or her it's nelson from denver so i'm assuming him love mud yeah that's what danny looks like question mark five stars okay sorry go ahead this podcast is crazy entertaining rob tyson and danny have great chemistry and have a direct line to my funny bone i've been listening to this podcast about a year and never knew what danny looked like i had the pleasure of meeting rob i watched tyson on survivor but i didn't know what danny looked like based on his voice i pictured a guy in his early thirties short hair with a goatee that's a fensive a couple of months ago i saw news af video on youtube and was pleasantly surprised by danny's long hair cut since then have you guys ever been surprised by what fellow podcasters or radio hosts look like after hearing their voice great podcast keep up the good work nelson from death this this gives me an idea we should hire a police sketch artist and invite people who have never seen us to describe to the police sketch artists what they think we look like because i think that would be entertaining fair though i think that you are going to be the one while i suspect that most people that are just listening yeah that's true no what either me or tyson look like that is true but we should the interesting send in your of what you think.

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"eakins" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"eakins" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"He goes to new orleans tacoma okeafor from western michigan offensive tackle goes to pittsburgh ronnie hat ronnie harrison from bama the safety goes goes to jacksonville alex kappa from humboldt state offense of tackle goes to tampa bay to various more southern miss safety goes to the niners harrison phillips goes to buffalo the defensive tackle out of stanford this kid that's a good pick their number thirty two in the third round mason coal goes to the cardinals center out of michigan jordan eakins from central florida the tight end goes to houston and denver grabs isaac doomed from boston college the corner and the final pick thirty six and one hundred takeover overall dorian oh daniel from clemson the outside linebacker goes to the kansas city chiefs and you got some time to elaborate on anybody you want as far as round three but there is some talent there as well i think this draft really collectively and people can say what they want maybe god they don't feel i think this draft is as rich in talent as i've seen in a while over the first three rounds there are a lot of good ballplayers in win there when we look at several of the fcs level players and even some of the guys that we didn't look at from some of the power five school i i mean there's there's a lot of talent here and then there's again question marks j p there's probably seven eight ten guys that we don't know how they're going to pan out because we don't know much about him because we really didn't study them but who knows in a year or two if we don't say wow where's that guy from wow that's that guy from that fcs school man look he turned out that's why you bring me on these guys.

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"eakins" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:28 min | 4 years ago

"eakins" Discussed on KCRW

"In equipment for the economy than patches with the policy center he says that bids up interest rates for businesses to and day john yet you're out lower investment in the end the result is a long slow brake on economic growth kent's matters is faculty director of the pen wharton budget model going out affect will cancel out any stinginess tax cuts by dini wardi were affecting gdp he basically recharges acpue pew at weipa and on their car law now not everyone believes this crowding out effect will happen gavin eakins with the tax donation says tax cuts will get companies to save more draw four john in together fill in any gaps there's a lot of these international flows that united states without the crowdingout affect eakins calculates a much formulas from the tax cuts in new york i'm sabri benachour work for marketplace wall street today terrible start breakeven finish will have the details one or do the numbers and gene machine how husbands two uh dan president are in fact official white house policy announcements this today president trump tweeted out that he is going to nominate alex as or to be the next secretary of health and human services seen it's going to be return trip to the government for as our he was deputy secretary of hhs in the george w bush administration then he took a break for top job an ideologue they spent in the american healthcare marketplace that swinging back and forth between the public and private sectors has become a key part of our regulatory framework in this country and be out here it did not uh uh uh with the trump administration has more needs an anti mortar abdic's it's it's known as the revolving door working government for awhile gene go to work for the industry east regulate then sometimes you go back to government there have been concerns about it ever since the days of yes zander hamilton hamilton was accused of pushing policies that would benefit from his financial interests says matthew mitchell an economist at the mercatus center he says the revolving door started swinging in the 1800s the first federal military body was interstate commerce commission a former railway men that were uh working there as.

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"eakins" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"eakins" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"So i find it and i remember this when i was a kid three locations they lost hermans and mum wasn't give it a many pike because they lost their men's because they're not eakins and then ate the police found the men state the pie but then they saw the men so they were not eakins get any way it works out for the kitten's believe it or not so i find this book and i give it to it and she was what's this burned the kittens trip up and mittens and she's a there's only one kit with men's what a coincidence well eighty i bet there are more kittens b now there's three times as much fought but look she didn't even open the box she just look now runs off he gave her the unabridged version nouri well happy birthday that's why i don't go after woman that can read anywhere i love i love how this impacted keeps la isla lumbering hearing of that three kittens ferrua i got her it's almost as if you've lost your mittens i got her these vr goggles guy net they never gate got used then there's a commercial about you know the these absent shows you at the inauguration for example in you look around in that's like you're there you know seeing all twelve people and it then she goes oh i should get that that looks cool like you have it she's like will not like that i'm like like that i saw the inauguration 360 like that i doubt it.

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"eakins" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"eakins" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Like that at all male voice female voice i couldn't tell i couldn't tell whether it was a male or female voice ace but other details apparently don't escape him uh sound like somebody was fighting were did it sound like somebody who screaming for help asking for help definitely yeah i i don't know you know what i i guess i'll pull back a little bit i know that there there are men who can scream and when you're restraining primarily eakins be very high sound like a woman but they're still a different timber to a man's voice when a man screams but teddy any way mr eyewitness did get him cell phone evening news here in los angeles and he atas he had his hair just right and by the way why no i don't have a shirt i can put on for this stand up in the street really did never shirley did not have assured on and they they shot him like nipples up they are they weren't showing his six pack or anything but they but but he wa he did make the point being out there shirtless had fountain and gower again lapd remaining tightlipped about the details surrounding this death will lost in the entire tragedy is that somebody is dead an la pd ain't talkin so we'll we'll wait for details on that well o j simpson is out of the who who scale in nevada the state of nevada frankly wants to this entire feces joe to get the hell out of the state he was granted parole as you recall back in july late july so it's now by the way guided mentioned i did a wish any of you guys happy fiscal new year happy fiscal new year curtis epi fiscal new year blake happy fiscal lear michael should pay if folks who don't know it this is october first this is a fiscally is is fiscal 2018 if you're unaware of this anyway who who is on over am i right it seemed to be the most anti oj simpson of moments the famous an infamous football great disappeared into a waiting car upset at of at a state prison on sunday newly paroled disappeared into the darkness of the desert where the media spotlight couldn't find him no one there were some pictures of him.

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"eakins" Discussed on Mighty 1090 AM

Mighty 1090 AM

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"eakins" Discussed on Mighty 1090 AM

"Eakins is gonna be one of the best coaches in san diego maybe the best of working right now and i'm very impressed game by game in day by day by what i see from him i think san diego is will will see that the more they look at it not i grew your hundred percent i think you know the show this season exactly what we talked about when they went through the stretch with the you th all players you know they went through the up there but back and the injury play where through are and the travel we talked about it fell ap can do they able to keep an even keel he had a where it that way you know a lot of times the way your team poised there is a pair of the coach and he can you've got are guys all i am you know you you can never talked about the work ethic because the always and they're gon threesome rough i'm going to everybody got out you look at the stripe and a lot lot for the coaching staff big i will see you what on friday you're going to come up with made ontario like normal right on all i think we're almost they're going to i text and let me tell you didn't to commit so it really up to live dario next time every time i text time he's probably right right it probably is next time next time but if they will be there with me on fox i've seen diego you're going to have to get out the good suit this time began actually of look quite sure i got to say all season long.

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