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11 Trivia Questions on The 90s
"All right guys today. We have an episode all about one of my favorite decades. The nineteen nineties. You're GonNa have fun playing along with these questions and again cantons in Australia in here if you are a child of the eighties or the nineties or even the two thousand. We're going to dive into eleven questions on the nineties right now. Here we go all right here. We go with some Trivia on the ninety S. Here's question number one. What was the name of the Butler on the fresh Prince of bel-air question issue number one? What was the name of the Butler on the fresh Prince of bel-air that's question question number? Two what brand of Giga pet sold over seventy six million units starting in nineteen ninety seven. What brand of GIG PAT sold over seventy six million units? Starting back in Nineteen ninety-seven question number three on the cartoon. Hey Arnold in. What tape is Arnold's head often referred to on the Nick Toon? Hey Arnold in what shape is Arnold's head often referred to. That's question number. Three question number four. What group had the hit nineteen ninety song? Let's talk about sex. What group pedal hit one thousand nine hundred song? Let's talk about sex question for question. Five Yo play made a very popular brand of yogurt based on what colorful kids. Cereal of the nineties. Yo Playmate a Popular Yogurt based on what serial of the nineties. That's question number number five six more questions left in this quiz on the most radical decade of all the Nineteen Ninety S. Here's number six. What nineteen ninety-four movie use the tagline? Get ready for rush hour. Get ready for rush hour question number seven what year did Goldeneye 007 get released in the US. For nintendo sixty four. What year did Goldeneye come out on the Nintendo sixty four four number seven number eight? A Children's book was released in one thousand nine hundred eighty two called the blank cheese man man and other fairly stupid tales fill in that blank the blank cheese nanny nine hundred ninety two. That's question number eight. What book was that number? Nine is a fifty fifty question who won super bowl. Twenty nine in one thousand nine hundred ninety six was at the San Francisco Forty niners or the chargers. Here's one super bowl twenty nine and nineteen ninety-six. The forty niners or the chargers question number ten Dan. The Weird Al Song Amish Paradise was a parody of what other ninety song question of ten. The Weird Al Song Amish Paradise was a parody of what other ninety ninety s Song Question Number Ten and question number eleven for two points. What was the four word word name of a famous mounted talking fish? You could buy off your TV in the nineties will confer four words here four a multiple talking fish you you buy off your TV in the nineties. That is the end of your quiz on the nineties for today's episode Checkout Ogle Pogo Brewing in San Gabriel California tons of Great Beers here to try tons of great beers on tap in tons of great beards to take home one of my favorite places to grab a beer. Oh go pogo brewing. San Gabriel California. We'll be right back in just a second with the answers to the questions on the ninety S. We're back with the answers to nineties he's Trivia. Let's see how you did. Question number one we have the name of the Butler and the fresh Prince of bel-air which of course was Jeffrey. He was kind of a smart Aleck character on the fresh prince. Jeffrey on the fresh prince number two. What brand of Giga pet sold over seventy six million units starting in one thousand seven? That was Tamagotchi Tamagotchi number three on the cartoon. Hey Arnold and what shape is Arnold's head often referred to football it is a football shaped head. Football head is actually the last line of these shows intro. If you've seen number four what group had hit nineteen ninety song. Let's talk about sex. That was salt in pepe. Common table condiments. You might find at a restaurant or diner number five Yo. Oh play made a very popular brand of yogurt based on the colorful cereal tricks in the Nineties Tricks Yogurt which I imagine was also just for kids number six. What nineteen ninety-four movie used the tagline? Get ready for rush hour. That was speed my wife was like. Is it rush hour when I was quizzing. Her and she goes is it. Is it rush hour and I was like no. It's it's not rush hour. Because that's in the tagline. Although the movie came out like five years later four years later ninety eight. I think three years later whenever that was ninety. Six to ninety eight two years later. Oh my number. One Thousand Ninety four is when speed it came out so it was five years later now for years like Oh my God numbers Goldeneye double o seven get released in the US for Nintendo sixty four. That was back in nineteen ninety seven ninety seven the year the Goldeneye the game that changed the world number. Eight of Children's book was released in one thousand nine hundred called the blank cheese man and other fairly stupa tails. It was the stinky cheese man. The stinky cheese man. I've read that to my daughter before in modern times number. Nine one super bowl. Twenty nine and nineteen ninety-six. It was the the forty niners. The forty niners and number ten. The Weird Al Song Amish Paradise was a parody of song that would be gangster's paradise by coolio he was not happy with parody from an interview. I saw back in the day and number eleven for two points. The talking forward fish that mounted and would sing to you. I believe he bought it off. TV was called big mouth. Billy elite Bass Big Mouth Billy Bass so there you go. You learn some stuff or reminisced about the nineties on
Emily Dickinson's Gardening Life, Marta McDowell
"Emily Dickinson was a gardener. She was also an iconic poet. And and this week we enjoy a conversation. With Garden Writer Marta McDowell to hear more about how the two callings intermingled in the life of emily only Dickinson. Welcome Marta arm so happy to be back Jennifer. I also happy to have you. I will note that this makes you the all all time. Most interviewed person on cultivating place. Marta so we should have like a drum roll. Happy to have Marta back back. So I have given you a little bit of an introduction but remind listeners and tell new listeners of whom there are a great many a little a bit about your own current practice in what you do as a writer what you do as a gardener of course while I consider myself self a garden writer and really I do a lot of things that you can append the word garden too you so I teach about gardening. I lecture about gardening. I they do some consulting on gardening and I very much garden myself as well and tell tell us just a tiny bit about your current garden and partly why I want you to describe this for listeners is that it bears the beautiful traces traces in threads and clues of almost all the books you have worked on which I think you like to describe as being at the sort of intersection of the pen and the Trowel trowel. Yes so the reason my garden is overcrowded. Just definitely read too much and so when I read about a an author who likes to garden I want to grow. Grow what they grew it. It's like a little link through time as if I could reach out I- fingers and touch them. I'm in a way that is not the into page which you know we so often encounter a writer through the printed page but actually through this medium medium of plant yeah give us an illustration of how this has worked for you. So and I I say this again to just illustrate this wonderful crossover that you include in all the books that I have read of yours. which is sort of how to have a garden in like this person would have had a garden and this was true in the Laura Ingalls Wilder Book and this is definitely true in the Emily Dickinson Book? And I believe it was true in terms of at least plant lists in all the president's gardens as well. Yes I seem to like to count. Things are always very long-planned implant list. must be some like personality type but my garden is. Let's see it's a garden of about a half an acre occurred. It is in a suburban neighborhood. My house is not new. It was built in nineteen twenty nine. Which means it's approaching one hundred years old? It sits on the front of the property so in the front. I have only only things that aren't lawn in the back. I have a tiny so-called lawn although most people who who look at it probably wouldn't call it that and I have many trees my one little patch of son I have flowers ars and herbs and then I have a woodland garden in the back and I think that's the one. Interestingly that Emily Dickenson has influenced the most because she did do a lot of wildflower collecting in wildflower walks and so in her home in her letters there so many wildflowers and she's she's from Massachusetts. I live in New Jersey. You know basically. That's a little colder where she is but I can grow most of the things that she would have found and in the woods around amherst Massachusetts so things like blood route. You know what a what a great emily Dickenson glanced right. Yeah you know You know just so many of those little spring ephemeral the things that bloom in in the spring and then completely disappear at least in my garden by the end of the summer. And then don't pop up again until next spring Burton. Yeah so you've been a gardener far longer than you've been a garden writer and you've been garden writer for a very long time now. How did one become the other and tell us about emily? Dickinson's role in that. So the the minute I had a little patch patch of earth which was round. I duNNo. Let's say nineteen eighty. I started to garden and started to just WanNa grow growth things in in a way. It didn't matter what the thing was. I just really discovered this connection to the soil and and Emily Dickinson happened entirely by accident. It was when I was in a completely different life I was. I had a job in corporate America. I would go on these trips from Lil. You know the head office in New Jersey and go out to visit insurance agencies at in this case ace and I was going across Massachusetts visiting agencies and I had a spare afternoon and I I literally told off into a higher a rest area and stared at the brochure wreck. Can you picture that yes again right. And so there was the thing for the Emily Dickinson Concerned Museum and I thought Oh hit studied Emily Dickinson you know. Let me go up to the museum and so I called. I'm sure on the pay phone and and said can I still make it. And she said Yes yes come and I found out that day Emily Dickinson had been a gardener and the door opened opened for me. I'm I suppose was poetry. It was like you know two roads diverged in the Ray Right right and so I just I. I absolutely became obsessed with Emily Dickinson and her gardening interests. And so that was a round nineteen eighteen ninety eight Two years later I I left my corporate job. I published an article about Emily Dickinson. I you know I just. I took another track. I started studying gardening. You know more seriously and you know kind of building up. I don't know and then you know I published a book in two thousand five and two thousand ten. I worked with the New York Botanical Garden on a big shows. You would think I had planned it right but I did just happen. It just happened. And and somehow the universe the collective consciousness the the seeds dormant in your own soul Found you took took you and grew you along this path and it was It has taken several kind of guises since then But Emily Dickinson was definitely the start. And when you say you published a book in two thousand five. That was your first book on Emily Dickinson. The first edition of this book is that correct. Yes and that was my first book about gardening and the same likewise with the big exhibit at The New York Botanic Tena Gardens. That was all sort of botanic garden exhibition about Emily Dickinson her gardening life and her gardening hardening motivation as well. Correct yes and I should say you know. This is the value of going to a museum right right. You know it's like you may not think anything in particular about a museum but you know it really something can touch you. And I've stayed involved with the museum really from the start. So that's been a continuous thread.
"eight two year" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Wednesday today the fourteenth of August is always to have you along everybody will get to the president in a minute and the proximate cause of that tweet that I quoted but first thing you ought to do right now and really should have done right from the opening bell today is take a deep deep breath because markets go down to gang just like over time they mostly go up but I digress because what got the president tweeting and stocks cratering today was something we have talked about before on this program the bond market specifically something called the yield curve which normally curves up and to the right the longer term bond you are talking about that is to say the interest rate the yield that the government has to pay to borrow your money for say ten years is usually more than the government has to pay if you buy a say eight two year treasury note makes sense right they are tied up your money for longer today that yield curve remember usually up and to the right inverted the ten year yield was for a little while this morning less than that two year you now we should care about that because why what we call Cathy Jones a troll Schwab which is we should say an underwriter of this program here she is and when that happens it signals the expectations for the future are not as optimistic as current conditions expectations that the strong economy we are joined right now might not last one day though did the bottom pretty much drop out of stocks today here Sam Stovall at CFRA research well I think investors are worried because every recession since the nineteen seventies has been preceded by an inverted yield curve however comma yet like logic one oh one in college not every inverted yield curve has led to recessions more to the point a recession is not starting like tomorrow on average an inverted yield curve has occurred eleven months before the beginning of recession since nineteen sixty case in point the Great Recession which officially started in December two thousand seven the yield her first inverted in December two thousand five show deep breath but there is something else going on here too there are some things going on in the economy today that are just different than they used to be one good example is something called the Phillips curve which for decades has said that the lower unemployment gets like it is right now really low the more inflation there will be which just has not been happening in fact last month fed sure Jay bell said basically yeah forget the Phillips curve the relationship between slack in the economy or unemployment and inflation was a strong one fifty years ago if you remember that in the sixties there was a close correlation there and that that has gone away so from the market place desk of take a deep deep breath Justin set himself to finding out whether the yield curve to predict power might be up there with the filibuster there are a couple reasons why the yield curve might be inverting that have nothing to do with the recession one is that the fed owns a ton of bonds that it bought up to stimulate the economy after the crisis that cause prices to rise in yields to drop a report today from Wells Fargo said if the fed didn't own all those bonds the yield curve probably wouldn't have inverted and so says true Mattis at MetLife investment management you know it's not clear that the yield curve is actually giving a signal of recession this point the other reason has to do with inflation longer term bonds usually pay more than shorter term bonds because they try to account for inflation Ben Carlson it results wealth management says it's kind of like a buffer in case prices rise while investors holding a bond for a decade or longer and now that buffer is sort of gone that's because inflation isn't behaving the way it should either economies unemployment this sort of at a twenty five year low Kenneth Rogoff is an economist at Harvard that the definition of when you expect to start to see wages pushing up that spelling it to inflation but it's not rogue yes is the real mystery right now is why it's remarkable I don't know of anyone who really for transponders failed us even former fed chair Janet Yellen weighed in on the inverted yield curve today she told fox business that this time it's not a great signal of a coming recession in New York I'm just and how for marketplace on Wall Street today step away from your four oh one K. statement people seriously we'll have the details when we do the numbers the marketplace company the.
"eight two year" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"That controlling spirits music. Great deal to you. And I know that there are many shoppers who love what you've done. That's Laura Alber. She's the CEO Williamson me up. With eight two year kroth level, this quite extraordinary. Thank you. Thank you so much for having. I appreciate it. When the whole market rolls over like this. You always wanna start searching for the stocks of high quality companies they're being punished for all the wrong beasts Cup just reported. Terrific results, coupled with no China exposure covers there are a lot less connected to the failed. Uber IPO than you might think. That's why I'm glad we're out here in San Francisco this week because there are plenty of technology from the fit the Bill even though their stocks going down companies like Twitter free weeks. Go the social media put fantastic quarter and the stock caught fire yet with the market getting clogged Europe, the stocks pulled back heart. Putting nearly five percent declined today. Does that make sense to view the sell off as a buying up junior system sorted death-knell? Let's say coastal look with Ned seal net is the Twitter chief financial officer get a better sense about the companies do it. And where does headed Mr. Segel? Welcome back dmed money. Thanks, jim. Thanks for being a San Francisco. Okay. Here's what I want you to do simple school. We I want you to put yourself if you possibly. Let's say it's Thursday. It's now been multiple days after the market fell apart. What do you say that people about whether Twitter should have been thrown away with the rest of them? I I started their purpose at Twitter. We're trying to get the whole world to use the service because their topics and events that people care about all over the world that they should come to find out about regardless of what's going on in the world. So the first is that's gonna be our purpose, regardless of what's happening in the economy. But the second is think about digital advertising for about twenty years that market has grown by about twenty percent a year advertisers, want to be able to measure their success even more in downturn than they do in an upturn, and you can imagine that that secular shift or digital advertising that probably continues in any environment. It does seem like even the time. We've known each other I met Jack you went from being I don't know. Maybe we should sample becoming a must buy even when you're launching a new product that's been something consumer product found out. That's right. Not just consumer product companies. But if you've got a movie if you've got a new series on HBO, if you wanna talk to your audience about how you should name a new product Twitter's great place to do that. So we talked to him about launching new products and services, and we talk about connecting with what's happening because when you're on Twitter as a consumer you're looking into an event or topic. And there are brands who want to be a part of that conversation. It's incredible. And then you touch an all those points because we had an instance there speak to the CEO Wendy's on any talked about democracy and action using Twitter and bringing back something that was treasured so chance the rapper tweeted about the chicken ships that Wendy's took away and Wendy's is a terrific example of how Twitter can be used. They're all over the platform. All the time talking to their customers talking to other advertisers other brands, and in this case, there are two million tweets to bring back the chicken strips and they're doing it. That's incredible. Democracy and action. Do you are you gearing up for the presidential election at twenty twenty? I don't know how any of the candidates can get known and the Democratic Party unless they tweet. Well, we're always thinking about elections because although there presidential elections in the United States every four years, they're elections all over the world all the time, and they're really important for Twitter because people want to know what's happening in real time. They wanna be a part of the conversation. They want to hear from the candidates whether the ones with whom they agree or the ones on the other side of the aisle. And so we're working hard to make sure people can trust the information that you can tell who the candidate is we even have at ads Twitter dot com..
"eight two year" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting
"So it was campa you so when you full teen. Yeah. But you didn't plane flew quite a while by then you'd be playing about seven. Yeah. That's what I started playing piano, seven and had Cusco piano lessons, which was hard because you never wanna practice. You wanna be out playing football and cricket in the summer, but I've managed to do enough to get on and learn alone. And then when I got to fourteen became obsessed with it and it just suddenly played stuff. I heard on the radio on the piano on how can do can hear June rock and play. And that was it. I was of an so. At the end of white festival nine hundred seventy and it was mind blowing has he brought out the modular mood on stage, the sound of that coming through massive and in plain ribbon controller, and it was the right? I think I know what I wanna do after that. I wanna do this. I think I read somewhere that used to practice very diligently just still kind of scene four hours a day drive. My whole family mad because there's little house, and then musical is used to be eight nine hours a day. I supposed to be doing classical practice really work new new tunes of my own. So when I came to leave the lovely man, teaching piano. I don't think he was the best teacher in the world. But he was he would teach you by showing you. So he couldn't explain to you. How would sit the girl, and this is how it should be. And so you learnt by listening to him. And so I said to this isn't working for me. I want to do my own music. I don't be playing dead people's music as great it is to be doing my own thing. And and he just went crazy and begged me not to leave. And he said play me, something you work. And so I sat down and played in one my pieces. I was doing and he begged me to stay in go on the composes course. But my mind had been made up on Blad. I did go a job in a factory back home and start thinking about how was going to do my music. So that was Manchester was studying. Yeah, see some great gigs up there while I was there and played in bands played on the radio to all kinds of experimental things on the radio in the middle of the night of radio Piccadilly under pseudonym because you weren't allowed to do gigs. When you're at college. I was John Howard. We doing Okon things like recruiting stuff on tape than looping it. And then I was playing on top of it. And to get my mate soon to do stuff, and they get complaints. Is this experiments? But he's in the middle of the night between two and six in the one rave yards these listening, but they had to do it because of needle time. So have to live musicians involved in some way. I don't do that anymore. But it was great because we got to have all this fun. I did a piano version of bohemian rhapsody one night two weeks to learn it wasn't a Freddie making panel. You played it live eight two year. Yeah. I was just gonna mention actually because well, you plane just sort of reveals a lot of the kind of deafness view you taught you training which things probably revelation to. Oh, yeah. No. I think there was a lot of people very nervous about me coming out. Yano? I was a synthesis in Sint guys would. One finger. You can do you can just like, but because I've been playing so seven is like breathing and walking for me. But look back on it. Now, it was actually quite a brave thing to do to go out and play solo not play one of the hits are say it was. But it was the song to me that was most appropriate for that event. You know, hope you find it in everything. So that was really why wanted to do it. And I'm really glad I did. I'm really chose that one did freak people out. Brass tickle. Billion people or whatever it was cheese. I was I was absolutely. I was very nervous. Indeed, really, you know, heart rate was dicusss..
"eight two year" Discussed on Daily Racing Form
"End of that range and maybe hopefully tease riding a bit you confidently because you rarely curve raises running adding that depend on ridge was where they really picked up the days leave half mile all in they didn't turns into a sprint last raid so mile cat with just and analyze getting tired about raise it's their question analyze for mile quarter but he seems like the main this race because i doubt that they're going to ride catholic what are you saying les given the circumstances whereas last match raise more competitive racing catholic boys for joan can come from off the pavement pass so i think analyze the horse to be but there's a lot of quality at the top of were other work that you have to consider including hawkish is trying to spread shouting distance you know he's kind of regarded as a closer thing pretty close faster pace within his racing so within striking distance at the top of the stretch i'm very afraid of options may run i think he's when you have to consider as well aidan o'brien source hunting horn who was impressive in the hampton court stakes last time after that happened you know just over two weeks ago but even brian has shown the ability to bring these horses back on short rest hunting horror under one eighteen time for rating for that race which put them right on par at the top contenders in this rates and to me i take before seriously have to redefine formed foreign comments for this they're very positive indicating he might be a worse that could be but the top three olds in europe so i'm primarily books analyze it hunting and hawkish and catholic way sort of a backup but coney bella my stronger opinions on to other races which i think is really wide open so grief take action on saturday belmont hopefully have a little bit of luck melted back to the studio welcome back out of the gate time for our best bet segment matt bernier north of the border on saturday you're gonna woodbine stakes action race number eight two year olds in the my dear this is an interesting spot i think for a southern florida import going north of the border the number seven entirely she's four to one in the morning line i thought a career debut was awesome take a look at that right now i understand it was on turf and you're going to have to run on synthetic but look how green she is and she's going to absolutely put the boots to this field it's worth noting the fifth place finisher of this day in this race came back to break her maiden and her next start with a sixty two beyer speed figure i think entirely she's by point eventually the additional distance should only beat or liking jonathan thomas might have a promising to year old understands mike beer naira analyst who got something at belmont park on the stars and stripes undercard yeah not one of the stakes races berets number four classified allowance on the turf mile and a quarter shug mcgahey has county court going a mile and a quarter in this race i like this this i got off to pretty promising star looked like he was figuring things out early on his career unfortunately he was injured he missed the entirety of his three year old campaign to keep back off a layoff though at akwa dot on august seventh and this is that race right here nine furlongs off layoff that extended beyond a year but he was ready for the added distance in this race he this state on the outside the entire lay in this race and he stays on strongly at the end closes this field down runs through the wire i like this performance from him and his neck start they tried to go mile and a quarter with him but he was in a much tougher spot that they didn't get the cleanest trip in the world he was the horse named sharon who went up to woodbine one a grade three stakes race last weekend this is a better spot from he's not facing those kinds of orces here i think he will get the distance and i think if he can just run his best racist he can beatty six to one on the line my bed is at monmouth park reese number nine number five jersey freshman try to beat the favored in here the favorite is affiliate taking on the boys and start number two that's the number three.
"eight two year" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"Year for cobb face zach effluence six two three oh two year eight fifty seven strikeouts for him on this season he's been very good who's five in june this is probably not very happy to see them on then but he'll look to take that into july and keep running in toronto be the mets and the blue jays in other interleague series cohen as we'll have sack wheeler and marco estrada going for these two wheeler is to in six four four seven era eighty six strikeouts for the mets estrada foreign seven four five three or a sixty nine strikeouts for the blue jays and cincinnati the white sox end the reds get going again i'll be lucas julie tokens anthony disco funding for the reds disco von is three in one with a four four four five year twenty four okay i mean lost art he did give up two runs through six innings that's pretty good did have did have a start to the seventh inning and so it's those sometimes though starts can you can have a great six innings you'll pin manage like okay i'll let you go out there for the seventh and you get roughed up a little bit in the bullpen can't handle then all of a sudden you have up you got two more runs on your on your doctor and your team's trailing or something like that julia look as she lied to five and seven with a six five nine year eight fifty one strikeouts is the white sox have not been pitching while this year really at all in miami it'll be a it'll be the rays and the marlins neither team has actually had another team has announced starter as the raise going with that that opener they don't know who's i guess is the opener tomorrow and the marlins same thing they're they're starter is not been announced either in texas it'll be about battle of texas astros and rangers doubts go against us and diva sticks is still trying to right the ship a little bit did allow six runs in his last start out really been up and down all year having trouble locating fastball he's four nate with that four to two era eighty strikeouts on the year against evens turks is one three five seven era seventeen strikeouts in a couple of starts he's making his fifth start of the season for the rangers in in kansas city it'll be the indians and the royals again shane bieber against any dovey bieber's been very good in his spot starts is he's three now becoming billy of ability part of his vocation now she held the cardinals only allowing one run through sits on six hits through six innings of work and didn't jeffey he is and seven with a four nine four around the eighty three strikeouts for him weighing four three of his last four starts for the royals in oakland clayton richard for the as against for the padres against chris bassett for the padres as an interleague series going as it'll be lefthander richard seven and seven four to nine hundred eighty four strikeouts he's been good part of that padres rotation against facet who's been up and down loses i three starts but he got his first one of the year last season last week gave up no runs on two hits in six innings pitched against the tigers pitching nicely one in three with a two eight two year eighteen strikeouts on the year four bassett for the diamondbacks in the cardinals in arizona it'll be jack flaherty against soccer grinky could match up here flared he's three and three two two nine two year eight which in very well destroy go a little bit last week against the indians he got seventy checkouts on the year so he'll look to take that to arizona and use it well the strike out pitch zack greinke he's eight and five day.
"eight two year" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The way to five forty michael fleekerman are you sir i'm good tony hedo he didn't have time to put together the very package we played it that quick i was if you remember he came in at first preseason game against the giants were right down the field scored a touchdown everything after that i mean bad was the good you saw from him and i thought i thought gruner was going on this'll be great and we'll we work with him and he saw from gruden i didn't see the video but i saw quote attributed to him that said they wanted more time to work with them but they needed the roster position they needed a guy i think on the defensive line something like people grabbing heartbe you'll find a little thing about you know it's like the mets of the race you can release them even if you want him he'll be there when you want to go back to them nobody else is touching on so what's the chances that when i wake up after my nap the mets losing one nothing in the six or seven twenty they might not be down at that point yet to graham should still be pitching but tomorrow sets up perfectly for one nothing mess lost unearned ryan no no decision for for the ground or just the loss you know what it this case in this time the best you can hope for with jacob degrom is a no decision he's not getting a win i mean he's a point eight two year as last night starts the metro two and seven that is i mean it seems impossible the stuff the mets do and it seems like we come round this every year with somebody with some stat something this team does is impossible they just find new ways to torture their players torture the fan base are you the one that and excuses of the two things that are really good at least i love it we're going to have to work it out in the next couple of weeks of sandy says you're sure you're sure are light bulbs going to go on and they're gonna like oh now we got it all of a.
"eight two year" Discussed on Starting9
"Yeah for any other guy you're looking at like a two eight two year or whatever you had it's like that's pretty good fucking year i feel pretty good about this guy when he's on the mound you look at that occur sean and it's like well that's a full run better than what we expect from clayton kershaw so even if he even if he does finish the year with an unusually high era i still think he ops out because someone's gonna throw a ton of money at the name someone's gonna throw a ton of money at the reputation i don't think it's based on one season i don't think anyone is backing up the money truck for what he does this year i think it would be more if i'm an interested team you'd be more looking at the trend that's sort of developing here it's on the disabled us for three straight years versus like what's going on this past year and that's and that's what you've got to think about free agency or just want to throw this out here for jury or jerk jeered four feeble back activated off the deal he will be back for the bruecker s right but the reality is and we're seeing it teams are just not willing to pony up for what you've done all right they don't wanna pay to come looking your trophy case anymore and that's how baseball players have been paid over the course of history is you've been paid and compensated for what i've done for what you have achieved so they're not teams are not going to be lining up i do not think to pay clayton kershaw for the cy youngs and and for the mvp and and for the they're not signing up for that i i don't think that there's some team some team is looking to make a splash i mean he's thirty years old he won't be thirty one until next march some team will see clayton kershaw and i think a lot of it also depends on how he does once he comes back if he comes back and you know like i said he stays with a sub three era it's not your prototypical kershaw season where he's sub too but if he's still.
"eight two year" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"I mean if you look at his came up twelve runs on eleven on fifteen hits in unfortun hits and five th through there and over his last two starts actually were both losses but definitely the last time he pitched in washington was he bits pretty well those end the season last year hill without one run on four hits in seven innings all right jake arrieta goes today for the phillies against strategy for the dan strategy for the marlins to right handers area as three now with a one eight two year as the philly's got to really be happy with the fact that they were able to stay the course in sign area to that contract over the off season and it took a while to get finished up but to as lived up to the hype definitely i mean he dominated the pirates on on april nineteenth only allowed one hit on striking out ten on seven scoreless so hopefully looking at to he looked definitely beat up on the pod beat the by the diamond diamondbacks as well actually on wednesday so last week and he'll be coming back now for his start today against the marlins who actually just took two out of three from the rockies at home they're they're gotta be you're good too if you're miami but it's still miami to be honest in la i mean against the dodgers in an arizona down in phoenix is the dodgers and the donald actually you said the daughters are starting to series today and there's another tuffy after dropping three out of four from the giants over the weekend in san francisco they're gonna play the diamondbacks it's going to be ross stripling against zach grinky.
"eight two year" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"All right continuing on phillies get another win they actually take the final game and that series from the diamondbacks who took the first two bax still rolling along there in the anno west as they look to extend their look to centrally couldn't quite do it in this in this one giants dodgers so scuffling there in the middle of that in the middle of that division along with the rockies too but the phillies take care of the diamondbacks getting the win their zach rank he took the loss jake arrieta win for him his third of the year he's three you know what the one eight two year looking mighty good for the phillies as the cubs looking over like what the heck did we do not signing this guy there there with the darvish and jose can tana interesting have with that so area went seven innings allowed only one earned run but three total on four hits walked to struck out to not big strikeout night for you get the ball in play a lot diamondbacks jack ranking not so much as he gave went six innings allowed five runs on nine hits district out nine walked going to give a homer in that game to alter his third the year continuing on wednesday tampa bay and the baltimore orioles played out at camden yards kind the two cellar dwellers out there in the in the al east definite the beasts in the east but it was a win for the raise.
"eight two year" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Haaretz and wine at global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm sandra kilholf this is bloomberg caroline picky similar santa now the us paid onto auction one hundred seventeen billion dollas worth of debt in just a few hours yesterday three and sixmonth bills in terms of air yield sold at levels law seen in two thousand an eight two year yield this morning to point to sixty percent so the us yield curve he's steve playing at the treasury in america basically how to hold back because of the debt seething drama and now they're busy ramping up issuance so what does it mean for global markets diana a who is fixed income portfolio manager jp morgan asset management joins us this morning now i know you have something of an em specialty but this is the big the big piece in the markets this morning and indeed this week as we get this deluge of debt issuance and we do see yields steepen aing how did you see the the auction yesterday what was your perspective how well did it go the bit cut to come rachel was good yes i think that is indeed the big question for markets where we have seen this repricing in us rates happening over the last six weeks or so with very limited impact two of the market so imagine markets had held up quite well as had the rest of the globe i think what we saw yesterday was quite decent demand especially around the two years section a two and a quarter i think he makes investors actually look at that again where you get you get a decent peak up for very little duration risk we've not seen us interest rates so interest rate differentials as a big drive of asset prices but i suspect who might be getting to a point where for the in the very near term that could provide some support for the dollar do fingers story will stay the same for the rest of the recoba folks are looking your thursday for instance and by auction of five and sevenyear bonds do you think the story might be different than than it was yesterday i suspected will be somewhat different for the longer end of the cubs whereas we extend towards the five and seventy pot investors will be much more conscious of the fact that this.
"eight two year" Discussed on WTVN
"Rizo's and alumni marjorie stonemason douglas high school he addressed those gathered just oualadi to know how proud i am to be part of this community i want you to know that you're not alone in your grief were all grieving with you the senior class president read the names of the victims and many chanted no more guns a washington state teenagers under arrest after his grandmother told police he was planning a school shooting the investigation into the eight two year old everett washington student began when his grandmother called 911 tuesday i'm fine game um colonel ann tree on my grandson m carnegie planning who um have a nasserdine at one of a high school in police say one journal entry described how the teenager had flip the coin to decide which school he would attack as grandmother also told police she had discovered he had a semiautomatic rifles stored in a guitar case expect heavy traffic him road closures and westerveld today with the funeral land procession for police officers the anthony morelli and eric cheering the station that these st paul catholic church begins at ten a m funeral service begins at one p m following an outdoor ceremony the procession will closed parts of state street shrunk road honor by avenue in county lime road closures are expected between nine thirty a m and four p m the aclu's has recently passed data boertien legislation is unfair to patients he'll high arm of the american civil liberties union is suing over a law that prevents abortions based on a down's syndrome diagnosis the suit filed thursday names the state health department medical board and county prosecutors officials with planned parenthood joined the aclu at a news conference thursday claiming.
"eight two year" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Amidst not it's not note was him and it wasn't lance next is not going to be my next guess two 2000 eleven nationals gosh that was a pretty forgettable team a well jason worth was stolen net t m a jason cher was yeah is your wasn't now okay irate swell of uh was at the other zimmerman jordan zimmerman all right let's just let's just put this to a stock so the answer is tyler clipboard hacked lippard was the most valuable player on the 2011 washing nationals who finished 81 talq lippard bitter not a starting pitcher not a closing bitter but a one point eight two year eight pitcher he was actually worth three point ford winds above replacement that year allowed to love now runs a lot of home runs but i was just shocked to see that a team's best player was not like a staple player not a corp layer not not a player who's counting stats you wouldn't have him on like your fantasy team you know he didn't get saves you didn't get wednesay didn't get a whole lot of strikeouts because he was a a setup guy but just to make matters worse now just can i belong things i can tell you that last year the san diego padres had a worse best player who was jewish just seen two point eight wins above replacement that's pretty bad but i guess as long as we're going to do this exercise we have to look at the two thousand three detroit tires doing not this is well hey good news for them dmitri young 34 winds above replacement just as valuable as 2011 tyler clippers so i don't know who has the the worst best player missing all season of all time that's probably something.
"eight two year" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
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"eight two year" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Guards solid good one out the i did quarterback which generate point it happen and that's the reason our own four but you know jewish and arab shanahan said i think he said it's just not one guy and it it uh but in all your play at ira level and beat the difference between winning and losing when margin is eight points in three games i think he can but yelled they there there's one six points a game and that's forty six in the league them leaving the immediate question to you can't hoyer l it in it i think the answer is yes but now the problem through schedule you got at indianapolis after redskins galaxy italy live at philadelphia so you're looking at either one seven all in eight two year point it's not a terrible thing if the needle keith cuban forward that's what i look for do you see them at all let's say say they lose the next few games served their winless do you see shan ham he said it today these negative doable do you think hoyer gets bench for birther but why would i think it if you if you put a thirdround pack pack on a player who wanted old that player can be a starting player so so uh i just read off the schedule i think it was right but you are you're correctives colts reds cowboys eagles right all right so let's say you're wanted cabin are ona okay i think at that point it to valuation time for a better because it trumpcare you need to know what you're having a third round pick and ate into teeth and campbell ties it's not a great sample side but it's tv and whatever happens with the quarterback on this roster a low drew i don't think it's going to impact up all united's thinking about uh there a drop in in two thousand eighteen as is now the prospect of drafting sand arnold or maybe charged rosen it becomes a more likely scenario with the other than signing curse cousins uh you know and who is looking at at bob big money and at the border united hit daft wrapped in a position to get donald or i don't know how you.
"eight two year" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Samsung's president of mobile business a code dong jin told the associated press that the company has a goal of reducing a galaxy note smartphone we they bendable display in 2018 samsung first demo to be flexible display prototype cold youm at yes in 2013 song also said it has received six hundred fifty thousand pre orders for the note eight two point five times the number it received further notes seven in the same period of time a that's pretty impressive i i actually i'm not surprised that the noted a selig well that it's selling two and a half times as well as the note seven is is surprising it's a i i don't mean that in i don't mean to dammit with faint praise surprising that it's that popular it's that good of a phone i guess so so people are willing to order it so you know i was always one who didn't want to overplay the fears of the note seven had the battery problems no one will ever order one again but this is quite a lot better than i would have expected yeah i think it's the same for me it's definitely you know contradicting my initial reaction wendy note seven issues surfaced that the brand was dead i was obviously ioc thought that the brand was going to have to be retired than samsung very steadfast glee proved me and many other people wrong i'm wondering if there isn't a at least a portion of that increase in number coming from people who did have a note seven or who were wandering about buying a note seven eldaw offer gutted reimbursed and thought you know old see what i do and may be i do want that specific feature set of the note phones and i am satisfied with what's a samsung has done and i'm happy i consider the notes eight two year save choice until maybe they delayed their purchase maybe that's part of it.
"eight two year" Discussed on KKAT
"I gotta give that whole like a fun time should uphold and all hell my apologies interest as little perspective all sorts of stuff to com member you jam named after jim rupe audio yeah why not too let's check in with the root beer right now longtime friend of the armstrong get show westwood one correspondent jim rupe joining us we got the isis in oakland fabulous just what we needed hello jim what's up good morning a twice eight two year old man by the name of a mere out hook gagi was arrested thursday and friday was charged with providing material support to a terrorist group namely isis and planning an attacked release the potential of an attack it delays denny's federal documents that this allergan turkey has spent some significant time beginning quotes in yemen met with undercover fbi agents a discussing an attack set up to a according to these documents social media accounts of four isis where the benefit of isis upper recruitment and promotion that kind of thing although his family says he was young immature didn't know what he was doing uh thought these conversations were just ghabra stations and even though he it let me let me let me back up just a little bit because he was originally arrested on identity theft you so a credit card in bought five thousand dollars worth of clothing and backpacks including backpacks with this stolen credit card which is what got the ball rolling that's a lotta close flood backpack how busy twenty two years old reminded me a lot of remember last year i think it was a bronx man was arrested at jfk but twenty two years old same kind of situation reminded me a lot of that story but the strange thing about this is that his family and his lawyer both say he was a young immature is not radicalized in any stretch of.
"eight two year" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Deposit rate these the be announced a while ago that negative forty basis points they were not going to cut spending more and they haven't cut in where the have moved at focused on other measures primarily the purchase of assets or quantitative easing david can you just tell us about the economy let's start with the germany because i understand that they're basically nearfull employment that is true and in fact the the the economy of the european excuse me of your areas a whole is doing rather well we've had zero point five gdp growth for a number of quarters however that is not translating into higher inflation most people would have expected to do so that improved growth will hardly enough for the ecb to taper tacit purchases next year but not enough to actually tighten monetary policy meeting raise rates shrink its balance sheet and these people need to see signs of inflation which it has not yet seen in order to do that but david money if there is an element that is cultural because the german government has spoken many times about trying to increase personal spending and it seems as though that is running up against a cultural proclivity to save money the economy and the consumer in germany and not necessarily the same economy and consumer as in other countries of the world like the united states it is true that savings rates tend to be higher germany and the number of people have tried to put forth theories to why that is and without kind of coming down on the side of the argument of it cultural whatever the fact is savings is higher there and that has limited the amount of demand that is domesticallygenerated which is a persistent complained of germany's trading partners so david i'm looking at eight two year german yield at negative zero point seven percent right now it seems like the market is pretty complacent in pretty much in line with your assessment of not rate hike until twenty nineteen cracked on that is true that yields.