19 Burst results for "Ellen White"

"ellen white" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

02:40 min | 6 months ago

"ellen white" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Probably start. My problem with us is how are we going to get that expert that next strike around? You know, I thought that both England, Beth England, if she left Chelsea, went somewhere scored goals should probably push her and in the form that she's in England at the moment. Yes, we know that she's unbelievable ghost score for us in tournaments and everything. But if Beth England was playing and playing like I know she can, then she'll be pushing her, let's say Russo will be pushing her and every salmon. I'm not sure how them guys are gonna be able to push her at the moment because of a record to be honest and what she's gonna do, but at some stage, something's gonna have presence on the presence on the pitch. You're gonna have to do something to replace that kind of consistency. And at the moment, the qualifiers are such easy games. That you actually don't get a sense of how good England. How good England learn, where is Ellen white right now? Because things domestically I'm working out, but because England are playing such poor teams, chances are going to fall to her and you know she reacted well to be fair to her to get that goal against Austria. That was a good, that was a classic sort of, you know, you've got to be alert, you've got to be on the finish thing. But not much has changed, really, across all of those games in terms of how England are performing and how she's performing for both sides because you're just not being tested. If I'm Ellen white, you can't say I don't want to play in these games. But when you're beating teams tens and older sort of stuff. You know, to break the record like that. I'm not, it's going to be tough. It's like Harry Kane scores the foregut San Marino to the other day. My four goals came against San Marino. If I'm gonna be totally honest, I'd rather have scored one against Germany while I discourage it. One against like a Spain and a rather than four against San Marino similarly because it doesn't seem to have the same relevance to me because from an international point of view. Everything that I know about international was very hard to score about them. But it's quite harsh though, you know, Ian. I had a hurt if he takes on this after England play San Marino. And it was very much of the fact that yeah, you can break all these records. However, the people that have gone before you, they also played minos. They play smaller teams. Do you know what I mean? They had their chances to score four or 5 against, you know, a small team. So I think in that instance, a goal is a goal, you know, maybe, or is that, I don't know, I don't think you shouldn't diminish it based on by who you're playing, surely. Does it show Jeanette like a another level of eliteness because it shows that when you are playing the weaker teams, you punish them with your let them know. It's like, listen, you go girl you can only beat what's in front of you, right? Do you know what I mean? Well, and it's not just to try.

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"ellen white" Discussed on Changes Big and Small

Changes Big and Small

05:49 min | 7 months ago

"ellen white" Discussed on Changes Big and Small

"Taft the top. Maybe i have two things one would be to do a relationship inventory of what you would call the important relationships in your life and do a check in. How does it feel to be in that relationship. Is it satisfying and fulfilling and meeting your needs and it. Where is it non and then start to learn. Where can i improve on this. Be open to exploring those relationships. And then if i had to give a number two i'd say in the world of listening. We talked a lot about listening earlier. One of the big distinctions. That really made a difference for me. And that i work a lot with now with our clients is in the act of listening to others to ask yourself the question. How does the other want to be listened to. We don't realize that we come with a sort of a predisposition already making a decision of how they wanna be listened to and we don't realize that as different individuals we even have different ways. We wanna be heard the way. I wanna be listened to knocked away. Jeff wanted to be listened to and i used to think good listening was good listening. Good listening but it's actually person specific. That's a mouthful. So i would say step two is to ask and start looking at those relationships in finding out how day wanna be listened to. And how is that different from how i want to be listened to this. Be my two i. I won't add any new one. So i'm just gonna comment on ellen's because i think those are two great ones to make. An evaluation of the quality of relationships in which ones are emotionally important relationships. Take time they take effort. You need to reconnect and bond with these people on a regular basis ellen. I consciously reconnect every day. We have some point where we connect every day to have some couple time to talk. It might be during lunch but at least something and we might go have date nights or something but relationships take time and effort so because of that. You can't have too many of them. I have a couple of really good friends. You know two or three that's it. I maxed out. My schedule does not allow to have more. I have lots of acquaintances. Lots of casual friends. That i see once a month for every couple months. But that's it. You can't have too many relationships because the each take time and commitment so make an evaluation who are the top four people in your life that you can commit to that you say this is an important relationship to me and i want invest my time into that. That'd be the step one and step two on listening listening and understanding how they want to be listened to is like the term love languages. We all have our love languages. And the way we take love language in is that why want to know what my love languages and that becomes the most important but the actual purpose of that book of love languages to know another human beings love language. Ellen's love language may be different than our son's love language which might be different than my mom's love language. I don't want to make sure that my love language becomes the way. I relate to people i want to be relating in the language. They like to hear. Because then i can connect with many people. I have lots of tools in my tool and how to connect. I love these invitations. It triggered the fed for me that i was just reading something about how when children leave home and parents are empty nesters often..

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"ellen white" Discussed on Changes Big and Small

Changes Big and Small

03:28 min | 7 months ago

"ellen white" Discussed on Changes Big and Small

"So it's still that. How do i feel valued and dwi value my own voice enough to say no. I'm allowed to have my perspective. Here you may not agree with my perspective. Were colleague or boss. But this is my perspective. And i wanna make sure that my voice counts at this table. That might be semantically. What i'm working on at work. I say it but at at home i might say hang on. I know you're going to say. But i just wanna finish what i'm saying because my voice counts here. I wanna make sure that. I get say my piece as well. So it's the same sort of action that can crop up and there's also different things sometimes. It's easier to hide parts of ourselves at work than it is at home because it work. We can kind of hold our breath or put on an error persona of something. We want to be in most of our colleagues. Aren't that invested or care. Enough to really scrutinize like happy. A great just on the happy face. And then when i come home and just. How's your dan. Like fine is a what was that you know. He's to care about the energy whereas the work of a colleague said..

"ellen white" Discussed on Changes Big and Small

Changes Big and Small

05:47 min | 7 months ago

"ellen white" Discussed on Changes Big and Small

"So it's just two sides of a coin we don't negate the coin. The coin has two sides and your side looks like a tail. Well my looks like ahead. I'm not negating your side and don't negate my side is just what we see and for me. It makes it easier when i adopt that mentality. That is just a story so when ellen is upset and we're having an argument for me. I mentally think this is her story. It's okay it's a story is not judgment is not reality. It's your story when i changed. That mindset inside me. it's a lot easier to to connect with empathy. Because that's her story. And then i imagined associate for her to connect knowing that is just my story. It's not reality. It's not a judgment. It's not a jury coming down on one side. What i hope listeners. Get from what we just talked about. Is that the question about what is it like to be in relationship with me is not a question that they need to unseen isolation and bats. You can talk to people about get feedback from that your relationship with because we don't make much progress by mind reading and glycine wendy person's right there and we could ask them directly very much on what happens is we don't actually go and fact check our story. We start to find ways to confirm our story through our own self this self bias and then we grow that then. That later grows into problematic. Self-absorption narcissism is a big buzzword today. And so we just grow and grow it so it's actually a requirement. Go out and fact check it. Go out and actually find out. What is this person's experience of me. This is my story. Do you share that story to share the entire storage their parts of the story. What part did you have a different story. And then let that be an ongoing exploration. Jeff and i both come from corporate backgrounds as well and have done and continue to do although selectively now working with corporations and actually..

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"ellen white" Discussed on Changes Big and Small

Changes Big and Small

04:47 min | 7 months ago

"ellen white" Discussed on Changes Big and Small

"Not be a fluke. You should know and be aware of the good skills that you bring to a relationship so as much as we want to say yes. Let's focus on your growth opportunities. We also want to focus on. Are you aware of the good things that you do. You should be aware of those good things. So that you consciously keep doing again and also being aware of your limitations. What are your areas of growth where you are the participant in causing these conflicts in your experience when people ask themselves that question. What surprises them. The question itself stumps. Most people like underside. or no. i don't know and then they sort of talk around everything's good. It seems like we're good. We're good friends we get along and so yeah we just. it's good. We have a good relationship which that answer. What i just said has no specificity to it it's generic and we can't fix generic we need Back the layers and get the yes. And when i meet with couples the first questions have on the next session is what's going well. What's working to try and get on their radar. O'reilly right nothing when i touched your shoulder that helped that was a good thing when i offered no you go first. You share your day. I that helped. It's those behaviors that it's important that i want couples to understand what they're doing that are helping and working and also the next question is what is working what he's still finding challenging and we can get down to. What was the incident. And what was the energy going in. And what were you feeling about it. But i also find a makes it tricky for people to answer that question of about what they're like relationship is no different than often directing any question back to a client and asking them to go inward reflect can become aware it can make many people uncomfortable because that means i'm directing their attention back into the space that they've been trying to avoid for so long and what if i find something i don't like what is the truth comes out. I am this shameful person that i'm worried i actually am. Oh that's really uncomfortable to look there. I don't wanna go there. But i don't know the answer yet. A lump in it. If i don't know the answer. I must not know myself well if i don't know myself well i can't be in a room where don't come across as i got life altogether. So is this session over. We can wrap this up. Oh oh i gotta go and so. People want to exit the conversation. The question itself. It's a challenging conversation. If you've never looked inside. I can definitely relate because i've been thinking about the questions since i it on neil page. I've been thinking a bit in terms of the people that i work with. There have been some sophie's that have been done. So i have some information about what people find works. Well for them and watt.

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"ellen white" Discussed on Changes Big and Small

Changes Big and Small

05:03 min | 7 months ago

"ellen white" Discussed on Changes Big and Small

"The first step is just to acknowledge what was if you don't acknowledge what was you can't change something you don't own does not looking like do you become aware that we all have this and set out to examine it intentionally deliberately all at once or as things cropped up you try to connect them back to your childhood and see. What can i learn here. How do i want to show up differently. Or the same from what i've learned in this template. Yeah so what you're describing is more organic approach which as it comes up trust. It's coming up at that point for reason for good reason and that you're ready to deal with it. Some aspect of your consciousness with an unconsciousness is bringing this year awareness for your benefit and to say you have pain and pain although you may have learned how to deny it and be unaware. It's not that you're not feeling the repercussions in it's not having an undesirable impact on your life. So it's coming up and bringing your attention to it. You have to learn them become aware of how does it show up for you. Is it physical pain in your body. Is it certain thought patterns. Is it the not every time you get that. Not pit in your stomach. Is it a certain tightening. Is it a draining energy. A sudden need to nap or sleep. And so you've got to learn what are the different expressions of pain to get on in..

"ellen white" Discussed on Changes Big and Small

Changes Big and Small

04:42 min | 7 months ago

"ellen white" Discussed on Changes Big and Small

"Of people just talking sharing opinions sharing judgments even sharing fun stories all sharing at once it was like a big food fight but words and if people get upset or angry you learned to tune that out so you can imagine the issue that brought up with jeff nigh so in jeff would start with his very gentle hearings are indicators that he wasn't being listened to the way he wanted to be listened to. I was missing them. He'd start to get a little cranky. And i'm like what's cranky like. I'm around that every day so i become numb to that. To all those cues. I was missing and so that was also part of the journey was to recognize. Why am i not seeing those. It's only then that. I started to put together what had grown up around and how that impacts me today and how again to this day. I still work on getting better and better at seeing the cues earlier and earlier part of the template is those cues that my partner is sending me are not important because the blueprint of communication is all of that becomes not important. The way we have communicated growing up the motto was just keep talking that we don't we don't pause and take in and so that is the blueprint which needs to be looked at and Negotiated as we move into emotionally adult so coming back to you know looking at those early relationships. It's great to look at what was communication in my household. What was conversation like how did we. Listen how did we not listen. What happened if we did. Listen or didn't listen where we listen to. What impact did that have on us. How was power negotiated and jockeyed fours at. We who speaks the most wins is it pecking order in age. They get to speak less or older you. Are you have rights to more words and ideas. So what was valued what wasn't valued all those things. Contribute to how we now communicate in the world. I find that fascinating..

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"ellen white" Discussed on Changes Big and Small

Changes Big and Small

04:43 min | 7 months ago

"ellen white" Discussed on Changes Big and Small

"To be more beneficial to help people move healthy direction. It's very personalized right. Yeah the the whole thing about labels is it just. It's easy to box people in whether that's an any graham personnel assessment or my attachment style. It just become icebergs or any of the just becomes a box that we put in and that becomes more of an intellectual pursuit and then the answer to dealing with people who are on i or they're more of a blue or what was the other is like well. We have to do the opposite. The antidote is this when it's just easier to look at behavior when we get people to focus on their behavior and focus on. Can you see what the behavior is if the other human being then. They're more present than we're speaking about. Actions that because one of the emphasis of the changes can small. Podcasts is on actions. How can people recognize the actions that they want to take the actions that they will take and then what can they do to actually drive followed by the direction that they want to go. So i really appreciate the emphasis on looking at behaviors and cannot actions Are there are behaviors. That are helpful in all of the different types of relationships one behavior which works everywhere listening. I'm gonna say there probably isn't a human being on the planet that can't evolve to some degree and individuals or couples will claim all. I think i'm good listening. Then when we start to practice in. I start to teach them what sexual required in listening. And how did he present and go through the steps and breakdowns of a proper dialogue. I think i have yet have anyone not stumble and say oh my god. This is hard. And i come to that honestly myself. That was probably one of my biggest wakeup calls at an important one. In life in that really came from meeting jeff in our own personal story given that at the time when jeff and i met i was already coaching..

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"ellen white" Discussed on Changes Big and Small

Changes Big and Small

05:05 min | 7 months ago

"ellen white" Discussed on Changes Big and Small

"Things will be in the show notes. Welcome to changes begin. Small jeff allen. Thank you thank you soupy here. They're going to be here. You're my list couple on the podcast. Back where honor so. I've just introduced you and you work with individuals couples parents. What are the different types of relationships stats. You think is important in people's lives generically. I'd probably say all of them but the ones with family are probably the most impactful because our family history and the family story that we carry and the wounds that we carry from our childhood and our way of seeing life as shaped by what our upbringing and family culture was we take that out into the world and when we get into a romantic relationships or even other friendships. That primary relationship is gonna surface. I would just add to that that our first relationships are with our caregivers and that becomes the model of how we relate then we as individuals go out into the world and use that template for lots of relationships are friendships. This is how my business colleagues. Who worked with me. This is helped my spouse or boyfriend or girlfriend. This is how my child should relate to me and so when you bring you with you everywhere which you do you carry that template and a lot of that template is unconscious. We don't spend a lot of time looking at what is the blueprint on which we relate to other human beings and this is what we're most excited about. I really like what both of you have said. And it makes me think about attachment theory. Does that show up in your work. Is that a theory that you use in some way we did. We'd both been trained in attachment theory in the study of imago. Relationships maga relationships international. I also have training and godman marriage therapy as well able to give us a rough outline of the different attachment. I know there are whole books on this so we could spend the whole hour which are not going to bet in brief. What are the different catchment styles. Attachment theory really in a nutshell is just. How do we bond in the world. And what did we bond to we. Talk about how we bond with humans with other people but we bond to lots of things. What is that relationship. That we're bonding to that thing or that person that were binding to. How is that showing up in our life. If it's a constant substance then of course we're gonna bond to that substance really well in.

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"ellen white" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"ellen white" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Samsung Q L E D l G O l E D Sony! Oh LED and more go big for the big game at P. C. Richard and son Mind Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning on the voice of New York 17 double You are alright like to continue here with Alice, but I'm too busy drawing. My mandala, uh, was just had on Maria, who was Michael's teammate for the trivia contest They want today and she's a psychologist. He said, Uh, you know, I should drama Ndola, which is a circle with my favorite color and senator, torrential analyze it. Okay, Well, there you go. Hello, Ellen White. I bet your favorite colors white. Hello. Hello. I love blue. Cover my eyes. All right? Um, despite what Michael said before Alice is not covering vaccines today we've got Way got the Michael. You should really come to the meetings were often Alice is talking about the Super Bowl coming up Sunday because we're not supposed to gather for the Super Bowl foul. She says. Don't do it. What about Super Bowl parties? They're such addition. Alice, would you find out there this morning? I found that we should just call it the bummer ball because there's no New York teams, no big parties. I talk to people yesterday I talked to people today. I tried guys I really tried, but people are bummed out about the Super Bowl. Can't really hang out. You know, I got friends that went to a party and they ended up coming down with Cove it so it kind of blows. But, you know, I'm just gonna go to my girlfriend's sister's house with her husband because they're part of our quarantine bubble. Get to jump.

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"ellen white" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"ellen white" Discussed on WSB-AM

"This is Dave McFarland yes yeah I had a question have you ever heard of the word of wisdom that's sad Ellen white no no I almost it's a Mormon okay yes okay so we have a word with him to help code back to my my question is it says that they should eat meat sparingly and only time in times of famine and so forth okay but also says it took wheat is for man it lists are different well different things for different animals on barley for boxing and so forth okay and then it says so you should be drinking alcohol or coffee okay and and so forth but anyway I just like you if sometime you could look at it okay can comment on it because you say you shouldn't eat wheat wheat is bad for you correct course okay this is done in eighteen thirty so big difference immediately I mean yeah I mean it may be very different yeah but also look at it and to if you could comment on how you feel that's wrong or right okay I I agree with most of it I don't think of the seventh day Adventist as well yeah with Ellen Ellen white was have the Adventist right so I'm not agrees most of it and again which were in the eighteen hundreds a week today is very different than it used to be you know we used to be called you know amber waves of grain Wheaties long call stocks with a few we kernels on it now we've we've been able to modify it so that it shorter as a lot higher protein content a lot higher gluten content and now the new thing we're doing with with a lot of bought a week not organically but we're spraying it with life is eight and so it was a week so it's easy to harvest so hello engine lights out yet to GMOs and so that's why I'm not a big fan of wheat and and what I tell people is cut out we for two weeks and then reintroduce that's how you feel most people thought about it you got non GMO or organic it do you feel the same way about that it's right it's probably better but I recommend trying it and and again I don't see any reason to eat wheat because of some of the good food that you can eat that you know so many people have the sensitivities that is no reason to really do anything hi David we appreciate the call I got a running I'm gonna break folks very health.

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"ellen white" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"ellen white" Discussed on KGO 810

"Home and I've gone through this list and I have a mall Ellen white when you need them they're a lifesaver strike out I don't know I think this list is especially important because what we learned just a couple of days ago when we had thanksgiving that there are people listening who wish they had something in their home to make a much needed little tweak for repair work cleaning that would make the day well Christmas is a little better credit for I think it's important so we need it we need to talk about these things that you need to have on hand during the holidays for entertaining also yeah we're going to talk about getting your oven's ready for Christmas and you've already used them for thanksgiving but Christmas is coming up and new year's as well and these tips should not be left by the wayside yes and I am going to talk a little bit about intermittent fasting big bowl what a wonderful holiday it's my very most favorite holiday of the year and it has nothing to do with food although I like the food but it's just a a time to be thankful but I try and be thankful every day and be mindful of it but that just kind of is a bell ringer cabinets your blessings bulbs hope you had a great thanksgiving hope you didn't shop till you drop yesterday for Russia what's called Black Friday and then you've got cyber Monday just around the corner yeah Josh all the shopping how exciting that they come don't forget giving Tuesday giving Tuesday that's exactly right captain dare bringer I was got kind of peeved with the grocery clerk I was going to the grocery line yes you know they have the buy a bag of groceries for the people who need them and I always buy one or two bags every time I go through and I said to the clerk I said why can't we do this year round I said why do we have to only do it on holidays I said why don't you tell the store manager we should do it year round the is that that's what I think so we'll see that's a nice idea we're doing in our neighborhood we do it every year in our neighborhood is a couple stores in a yes a couple of she was doing area doing stuff like that all the time I should be doing it you buy a meal for yourself when you buy a meal for someone else yeah you know what I like I like a clean house I know you do too then captain and I know you wish you had one just kidding if you want to clean house and if you're like cordless then you are going to love what's under the on the house Christmas tree that's right it's our annual under the on the house Christmas tree sweepstakes and our friends at Hoover and specifically Hoover one power the cordless cleaning products that you can use in your home outside because they have blowers on carpet on upholstery on hard surfaces and I just want to know are they giving a bottle of Bourbon away with it they're not but although it's terrible you'll feel really well anyway because.

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"ellen white" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"ellen white" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"I think they had nineteen total in the tournament. I'm sorry I'm not you don't have to if that were the number I think like seventeen of them came in either the second half extra time like they were are there later team and so when we got through that first half without a goal like I was still rests yeah that was you know a lot of the halftime commentary was like I couldn't hear like they played them really well yeah and shuttled to Fox who kept putting on the screen they I saw them do it three times that stupid upon that they wanted to use can't touch this. They did it so much to tease what they were GonNa talk about. A half time it just said can't touch this and I was like that has not that doesn't tell me anything the thing about what you're going to talk about halftime teas are they saying we couldn't I think that somebody thought of the funniest thing and they just wrote it. I think no matter what happened in the first half and that was going up on the Chiron can't touch stuck in my head over and over was pass that Dutch Dutch but it didn't really didn't have because it's a song re smoking weed. It was Sunday like eleven A._M.. <hes> yet and it's illegal what not in Jersey girl <hes> so <hes> REPEA- no one the <hes> she won the Golden Boot and the golden ball for those who don't know the Golden boot is most goals right yes. The Golden Ball is m._v._p.. Yes of the whole tournament of the whole tournament rate on the Golden Boot morning just say it was like three the people I was GONNA say Alex. Morgan and Reno were both tied with six and so two England that no one way yeah but that would be weird. Wouldn't it if you one without playing in the game. No I mean if you have the most goals in the tournament. You're the most goals in the tournament here. Come on down Ellen. I'd be like no thanks. I flew Ho that yeah anyway so the they all had six Os Alex Meghan and Ellen White were tied to the tiebreaker is assists and then Morgan Pino we're tied with three of those and then the next tiebreaker is minutes played and repaint played for less minutes so she got the Golden Boot Yeah and then more got the silver boot I didn't they always give away the silver boot again sound. I didn't have it so I did but you were in a bar can here <hes> I was like someone's like what's that award knows like the Silver Boot did not know that it was it was I mean it does make sense logically but I was like there's no way that give out a silver but again new soccer fan here we all are learning together <hes> and then <hes> yeah the Dutch keeper got the Golden Glove.

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Southern California braces for more aftershocks after 7.1 magnitude earthquake

The Great Outdoors

00:47 sec | 3 years ago

Southern California braces for more aftershocks after 7.1 magnitude earthquake

"Earthquake hitting southern California and with a magnitude seven point one it's even worse than the one that hit the region Thursday the epicenter to the north of Los Angeles by ridgecrest California Ellen white lives nearby and he says he's been through plenty of quakes but this one was one of the worst it rolled and rolled and rolled her you know it it's it's by no was thirty to forty seconds Margiela to see from the governor's office of emergency services says there were several fires and gas line breaks throughout the city there are also reports of water main breaks power is out he says the state sent again has man experts as well as urban search and rescue teams meanwhile emergency crews are waiting for the sun to rise so they can go out and do damage

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"ellen white" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"ellen white" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"In the top five battling for the lead jockeying for position qualifying for the monster energy NASCAR Cup series at Daytona was canceled per NASCAR rules starting grid has been set it'll be jointly got starting on the pole for the sixth time in his career will be followed by Kyle Busch and Brad Keselowski in the top three Kevin Harvick and Martin Truex junior round out the top five Denny Hamlin chase Elliott Kurt Busch Alex Bowman Ryan Blaney make up the top ten Jimmy Johnson fourteenth and click Boyer and sixteen big weekend of soccer the last weekend of the year on a global scale on a global scale the women's World Cup third place game tomorrow at eleven AM that's England and Sweden in one second street third place match in the World Cup the women's World Cup final will be Sunday at eleven AM the United States in Netherlands the United States looking for their world leading third women's World Cup which started in nineteen ninety one Sunday keeping with a busy schedule the men's gold Cup final Sunday night at nine PM from Soldier Field in Chicago it's Mexico and the United States since nineteen ninety one the US and Mexico have combined for thirteen of the previous fourteen gold cops Mexico gets their seventh in the United States has six kids and it is the only other team to ever win one the Indianapolis Indians took a two game sweep of their double header today in Toledo against the mud hens four three and three L. for networking you know sports and Chris Martin back here network Indiana Indiana sports stock rejoining us Kevin Boland enough of one of seven five in ten seventy the fan you can.

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"ellen white" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"ellen white" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Gaps and seams all over the place. But when they got inside like the twenty-five, those seems evaporated inside the penalty box. So meet him couldn't be found. So that was kind of their game plan. They just seated it said, okay break down, and we'll give you the long range shots, and they couldn't do it. I asked you yesterday on our ESPN FC appearance, if Ellen white was the best. The tournament. Vivian meet Emma. Certainly has a case at this point. Look, we can argue whether forwards like a great player or not a great play wherever you score goals. You score Biggles like this seventieth minute of a quarter-final like there's only so many forwards left. That was a nice school that header and the side corner, right? Just to get that timing. Not taking that much pace off the ball using the pace from the Spitzer service to just redirect it that is a skill not as hard and their timing to stay on side. It was just a beautiful goal. Yeah. It really was. And you know this Dutch team just continues to impress they seem to an look maybe they've benefited a little bit from this side of the bracket. Right. I think like. It's clear which side of the bracket is stronger. But this Dutch team was a, a group that had such a good European championship, but it was at home. And when it's at home. I think there's always like an Astros. Can they repeat it somewhere else clearly on that momentum has has not waned either with the fans or with the team? Ticket point. Yeah. They. I still dislike him not convinced about them really know because that back line. Yeah, but I thought why then why didn't Italy create more problems today? I just don't think Italy has that fitness and they're ill discipline, like those foul. So let's call it like Netherlands, scored. Two goals off a fouls of ill disciplined riles, right? Make yeah. You don't need to make those, but when you're tired, and you're fatigued, your ability to concentrate in your executive functioning like your decision making goes out the window a little bit. Right. And it's like what it's totally fun. And it's and when you look back at you totally. Right. And that's just because fatigue and so, again, that's that mental endurance piece that will come with more experience. I just think they're really good at the end of games because they do have that big game experience, garnered from hosting the repeating championship not only with a hosting they put the that pressure. That's incumbent on the hosts that we saw France have to deal with they dealt with enthralled. And I think that catapulted them further than just the experience of winning. European championship. They've won it with pressure. So now they're further seasoned, we talk a lot about goalies in this competition. How do you feel about van Veenendaal? The Dutch goalie I had been kind of lukewarm about. I feel like Well I, I was a little bit critical at the end of group phase. And then I feel like she's been pretty solid in the two knockout matches has she might not so much, but enough to at least raise her stock in my eyes from what I'd thought during the group. The hanging there abandoned, Don. Van veenendaal. There you go. That's a tough one man either. That's what I'm saying. Yes. It's tough one. It's a tough one. All right. Let's say goodbye Italy because boy they have been a fun team to watch. But I use soccer stars like Tobin heath..

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"ellen white" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"ellen white" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Neville, told us all the stuff, you said yesterday, you thought maybe with some gamesmanship and turns out the two players wanna down the two centrebacks outnumber, right? Were right there in the starting eleven. Yeah. I think it's always smart. I mean not. Say that they didn't. They weren't question marks and Mushin is how big are those. Like what was the font on those Russian marksman knows like nine ten or was fifteen and really doubt when you get knocked on the ankle it hurts in the movement. Like, when it's, it's not a sprain, like you had to play through the pain. So I'm not surprised at how and played the illness. So, you know, Milly bright, she was that said she got she got put a tough test today. It looked like she was told to shut down Graham Hanson, from Norway, and she definitely harried Hanson enough. The Hanson, probably had her worst performance of the World Cup. Even though she stills on the bulletin to just wasn't as effective with the ball. When we saw the Norway lineup is soon as it came out. We were know if it was in the green room or in one of these hallways here, you kinda hinted that you knew what the plan was going to be as soon as you saw the lineup. What did you mean by that? And do they get it wrong? So at lend they like to play a four four two. So when uplands not in the lineup you know, that's she come. She comes in the second half as a forward is one of the two, you know. That they're going to go more defensive because then they kinda still play or save now comes in for outland and she plays that right wing bat. Right. Mid and she does a lot of defensive tracking because what they're trying to do is shut down the wings. But on she plays more on the right hand side. So today, you could just tell it was more about Mindy, like I just think the, the ball movement was so incredible from England, especially Lucy bronze on the second goal Ellen white starts that. So this is what's Ellen white had a great game. But it's not just because we're finishing or even her dummy that she might say done that we all know she was probably trying to shoot it. It just went through a legs. But what she did is she got that ball off the back played it quick to Lucy bronze continue to run. And then Lucy bronze played that beautiful ball into parachute. Then let it go. I mean, it was just so worked that it was impressive in the Jill Scott. Right. That was another player who's played in three World Cups, and has now scored in every World Cup. She's played in, but it's really Hurley riding runs and the timing of those that's impeccable because. Offense. That's really tough to pick up and the midfield from Norway very similar to do their game against Nigeria could not keep up with the pace, not baseness early on, like overall quality or what I think of their careers. But if I had to pick a full were left in this competition right now based on today's form. I think I'd take Ellen white, and I include Alex Morgan in that. Do you think she's the best forward left on form? I think her ability find pockets of space and quickly released the ball and the accuracy that comes along with her being so composed. It's almost like the game slows down for her in the box because her ability to skipper, footwork right to hit at one time. And also, it's a quality of service is getting some excellent service, and then other times, she isn't she needs to take that a second touch, but that I touch controls the ball so well. So I think yell abra Bush wrote this, and she said, you know, the one thing in the always does. Well as it strikes the ball really, really. Well, there's the technique on the ball in terms of passing and straight driving. The ball is just so good. And I. You can see that Ellen white her on the half turn her with her back to goal. She just knows where to be, and she's calm in those big moments to put away. So right now, she is, as full Noah put droppable, and I think that's a really good adjective for. So we.

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"ellen white" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"ellen white" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

"And then. There was another time where she was on a round table with Ellen Pompeo and some other actors and Ellen white and the highest earning actress on television was the first to bring up the pay issue. She was proudly discussing how much she fought for and got Ellen Pompeo. And then Gina Rodriguez was talking about you know, how white actresses are. How what I don't think she used the word actress because I think she was speaking more generally, how in America white women are paid more than black women and black women are paid more than Latino women, which I think is factually correct, probably factual short, but people were upset about that too. Saying false equivalency in this that and white and bring it up because that's the problem that only white people can fix and they were just tearing her down. So that now she's got a new project coming out, and she was doing an interview and she sat down with. With sway at Sirius XM. And he asked her about it, of course, black radio host black probably large audience that listens to him. And she got very emotional started crying when she was talking about being labeled anti-black end being labeled racists, and then that made people upsetting her yet again, saying crocodile tears, and she's trying to paint herself out to be the victim. And it made me so sad..

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Hurricane Maria caused an estimated 2,975 deaths in Puerto Rico, study finds

America's Truckin' Network

00:30 sec | 4 years ago

Hurricane Maria caused an estimated 2,975 deaths in Puerto Rico, study finds

"Of, professionals and we're just thankful for the contribution that everybody, everybody's made Westchester police chief Joel, Herzog after a body, was found late last, week in, Butler county field near West Chester and was. Identified as missing Twenty-three-year-old Ellen Wyche why cast been missing or had been missing since August. The first Westchester police arresting, Michael Strauss with the murder of Ellen white Straus. Locked up on, a two million dollar bond new evidence that the death toll from hurricane, Maria has been

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