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What is psychological strength?

Building Psychological Strength

07:39 min | 2 weeks ago

What is psychological strength?

"Everyone welcome back to the building. Psychological strength podcast. My name is april. And i'm your host. I am so excited that you tuned in this week. I'm absolutely freaking out am completely giddy. Because this week is episode number drummer. All two hundred. I'm so excited before we jump into what the content of the actual episode is. I want just give a little shoutout and a little. Psa to anybody who is thinking about starting a new project and feels apprehensive about your ability level. You may be. Don't feel comfortable. Maybe you feel like you're comparing yourself to other people who are further down the road than you I'm just gonna tell you start. Let's go all the way back and you can actually do this. You can go on your podcast app. All the way back to episode one to three. They are still out there all the way back then. This podcast had a different title. It was called women inspired. This podcast had a different focus. That was actually very unfocused. Which is something. That i did wrong right so didn't even really think about my title wrong. was not focused on a particular topic wrong might cover art. I spent about fourteen seconds designing it. I think in powerpoint wrong wrong wrong. Wrong wrong I didn't really research how. I should set myself up on itunes or anything like that about how to make the podcast successful wrong and i had terrible audio quality. I edited myself all of these things. I did all of them wrong. And yet here we are at two hundred episodes with a growing thriving audience. It happened because i made every mistake and just committed to trying to figure them out so for you if there is a project that you wanna take on whether it's gonna create a website or a blog and you don't know how to start if it is. You wanna learn how to watercolor paint or snowboard this year or whatever it happens to be get out there get started and go suck for a little bit. It's gonna be fine It's so exciting to see where we've ended up the focus that we have in a topic area that i am so incredibly in love with and so passionate about and frankly a topic area that can help one hundred percent of people who stumble across this podcast. And that's why you know. We call the podcast building psychological strength. Because we want to teach you how to use some really rigorous tools and techniques to help yourself thrive and live better and for this exciting celebratory. Two hundred episode of the podcast. We wanted to dive in a bit to what we mean by psychological strength. Because i'll be super honest. We made it up. It's not a thing it's not an actual thing. We made it up and the reason why we made it. Up is because so much of the field of psychology is very academic focused. It's very behind the closed doors of a therapist's office it is i've tower academia and all of those things are very important and they play a role but they are not mechanisms for getting information out to a wide audience. So what we wanted to do with this. Podcast is talk about some of this really cool rigorous stuff in a way. That's a bit more approachable. And we came up with the term psychological strength because it really encompasses all of the facets that we think about and this is you know even in the ivory tower even in academia in therapeutic settings all of the facets that we think about that go into a person's mental wellbeing and the two hundredth episode. We want to dive into that. So ashley's here with me. We're having strength today and what it is and what it means and why you should care am so excited in before we do april. Just congratulations two. Hundred episodes is a big deal and i remember the beginning. I remember when you first. But do you know what i remember. It was seeing it and then having the thought. Oh my gosh. I really wanna be a guest. That would be so amazing. And then they were in the early day you ask at. It was like one of the coolest experiences i've done. Because i just felt so awesome and then here we are and i love getting to be a side kick and regular guest on with you and to senior podcast grow and evolve and become really laser focused in see this audience grow to and we have such a cool community around peak. Mind in in this concept of psychological strength. So let's get busy. Let's dive in. I love it so we do all this setup right because we talk about psych strength as though. It's a thing that everybody should understand and realistically you probably have a pretty good idea as to what it is. It's exactly what it sounds like. But there may be more detail and more facets to it and what you might not or than what you might realize so we want to go through in particular four different facets of psych strength to help you understand how important of a we'll call it skill this is in your life and how impactful it can be in so many different ways so we'll dive into these four along the way we'll talk about why they matter and give some really concrete examples so right out of the gate. We'll go with the most obvious one aflaid do that kind of on a soapbox for jag. Okay so ask a mental health professional and one the soap-boxes determine mental health I do it. I said right vad. Okay but here. Here's here's the reason why. It's a very real thing and are dedicated. Almost twenty years to improving mental health. But the issue. The reason why. I don't like it is because then we talk about mental health and physical health like they are separate things in really think that the data show the research shows your lived. Experience shows that we need to be looking at health and wellbeing as just this holistic kind of thing and i don't mean holistic like woo crystals in in whatnot. I mean whole person. Every facet of it but part of the reason why i really gravitate toward the term psychological strength is because it does draw those parallels to physical health. That people are used to thinking about. We're used to thinking about our health. And taking steps like exercising and different kinds of exercises in different goals of like cardio versus stretching versus weight trading in we talk about eating habits and sleep and all of these things to help us feel better and to really to do better in our bodies we need to in the exact same thing with our brains

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Kate Winslet Managed to Hold Her Breath for 7 Minutes

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

01:39 min | 3 weeks ago

Kate Winslet Managed to Hold Her Breath for 7 Minutes

"Long do you think you can hold your breath. i don't know no learning sack minute. Well showy try it. Kate winslet just set a record for holding her breath underwater to film a movie scene. She was an underwater scene for avatar. Two and she held her breath for seven minutes and fourteen seconds. No way now that beats the old record set by unsurprisingly tom cruise. Tom cruise held the record for the longest breath. Hold while filming underwater previous to this for mission impossible rogue nation when he went six minutes holding his breath. That's insane kate. Winslet said it was brilliant. And i was very proud of myself and i'll probably never be able to do that again. It came at the end of four weeks of intense training and it was in the dive tank. It was in the training tank. But i loved it so neither kate nor tom will break the real breath holding record anytime soon of you ever heard what the actual guinness record is for. David blaine hold it now. Alec alexey cigarette vendrell. Whoever that is twenty four minutes and three seconds. How do you live.

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Steelers dominate early, hold off Titans for 27-24 win

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Steelers dominate early, hold off Titans for 27-24 win

"Ben Roethlisberger threw two touchdown passes to Deonte Johnson while the Steelers were building at twenty seven seven lead in a twenty seven twenty four win over the Titans would like to play games like that second half quite like that first out but the other professional team they they make adjustments and and they made some I did make enough plays in second half that he still added a one yard TD run and ray ray McCloud set up a touchdown with a fifty seven yard punt return but the Titans scored seventeen straight points in the second half and were in position to force overtime until Stephen Gostkowski missed wide right from forty five yards out with fourteen seconds left the Steelers improved to six you know for the first time since nineteen seventy eight when they went to the Superbowl Ryan Tannehill threw for two hundred twenty yards and two TV's for the five one Titans I'm Dave Ferrie

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Dr. Joan Palmiter Bajorek CEO of Women in Voice on Linguistics and its Place in Voice

The Voicebot Podcast

06:12 min | Last month

Dr. Joan Palmiter Bajorek CEO of Women in Voice on Linguistics and its Place in Voice

"Know that's now I. I. Kinda WanNa. Go back a little bit because you're a linguist. And I mean I don't know how you characterize yourself to characterize yourself as a linguist. Yeah. Usually when people ask me say I consider myself primarily a linguist and researcher those are the two core identities that I inhabit most of the time. Okay. Great. So What originally got you interested in linguistics Yeah, I mean I think. I. Consider Myself as being linguist when I was little I like played with code things and you know babbling around I started taking French quote unquote foreign language. In Middle School, I would have been like eleven and. I just thought an unlocked, the coolest world's travel and culture, and you know my parents have always really prioritize travel instead of like buying a big screen TV's let's run off to Thailand So that kind of interesting language culture has always been there for me. Actually, my mom found his old document of mine working career stuff for high schoolers where you like plan out potential career directions. Apparently on this document, I circled linguistics French, and photography as the three things I was interested in which ended up being my undergraduate degrees, my master's degree. Topics right there. In my teenage years, I knew. That's perfect. Yeah. Well, maybe maybe we do. I. Say there's a sense that we ask college students to make decisions about the rest of their lives. You know it's such a young age but maybe we know at least some of us know much younger. I feel like I got really lucky I feel like. I. Don't necessarily know the names of the topics but I feel like there's a light at the end of the horizon that I'm walking towards at all times sometimes running a mostly walking in just knowing that directionality and honestly the privileged to be able to pursue the things that I'm so passionate about. Now given the you've spent so much time. Going into linguistics study research have you had time to keep up with your French photography? My I I taught French previously to pay the bills in my graduate studies and I worked in France between UNDERGRAD and graduate school. So I'm was very proficient I mean, my dad hopes one day become famous photographer. You know as a retirement career but no, I have A. Busy schedule today and those things take away backburner. Got It. Okay. So you started out French in photography you moved into linguistics and why don't you share with listeners? What some of the areas of study you focused initially and then how that evolved. Yes. So I don't masters in linguistics from UC Davis. And they did a really phenomenal job of forcing you to take all the courses. In the range of things I was always really interested in phonetics and sociolinguistics, but taking morphology and Syntax and typology natural language processing was of course it was very new at that time. And really. It's when I started actually studying to a link goes interfaces from a LP phonetics standpoint that I felt like I had a moment of like wait a minute. This is a big data multi-lingual back end. Used by millions of users worldwide. Like who is deciding what good enough means for the Audio You know At that time I focused a lot on ed tech but I think the multi lingual multi modal interfaces that I was looking at Babbel Rosetta. Stone presented at Rosetta Stone really thinking about the research that space blew my mind that was back in two, thousand, fourteen, two, thousand, fifteen. Yeah. So When you think about those systems because they've been around for a while and some of them very good is that a stone has been doing this a pretty high level for a long time before we had cloud computing to new redoing this office CDs. Because I remember. At least one of my daughters maybe both of them took a couple of full programs you know through. through his stump Are there elements of that that of of the language learning process? You think that help move the industry forward or was that always just sort of a fork in on its own I think. Educational Technology has such power especially in twenty twenty. You know anyone who has kids I don't finds this stuff wonderful I think Rosetta stone you're right I think back in the day was really innovative software I haven't seen significant innovation in the last decade I can't I'm under NDA can't tell you what I told her engineering team but my research that is public I mean the. The back end with they're doing the acoustics in the visuals that they show users and most users aren't linguists. An most users aren't fun additions like me. Or mostly incomprehensible. So I felt like there was a huge mismatch between what the back end was doing in the educational pieces of it. Could you actually learn and get better at your pronunciation from these tools? Right. So that's that's a critique on the application of the technology though correct? Yeah. Is opposed to the core technology in terms of being. Listen and. and. That's what I. Mike Critique is the scaffolding or like how it's structured could be significantly rated and their companies like Elsa and blue canoe that are doing the work to make it interpreted. Because we do have back ends that should be able to do this very well.

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Apple's Beta Effect

9to5Mac Happy Hour

04:35 min | 2 months ago

Apple's Beta Effect

"Have my notes, the Beta effect to talk about, and what that is is with with with going from fourteen fourteen to fourteen one, which we believe made for iphone twelve, and that's why we're not getting that. We also believe fourteen to was made before the final version of fourteen point zero and so when you update to fourteen point to. You can't use the new blood oxygen sensor APP on the Apple Watch because it requires your phone to have the version to do something with the data and so my watch on seven point zero watch os before was on fourteen two I couldn't do the oxygen singer tests I. Guess You have to accept the health disclaimers and stuff upfront right? That's probably and it saves it there too like the background. Readings where they go. So I think should say it must save on your watch before like if you're out and about without your phone, it's back into some pretty sure and then he just sinks him up. Right. Yeah. Yeah. So but it's like ekg where you've gotta you've gotTa have the version match up to support it and we need when you like started in the health app on the phone does it Does have that like. Explain urine like disclaimers like it does when you do EKG yeah I don't recall I. Mean there is an I button for information on the readout on the watch explains thing like ninety and above is pretty good. You've got kind of hunt for it to find that I think it should be like under the readout not at an disclosure button but I think. The reason is they didn't get medical sign off on the sensor because they call a wellness not medical, right? Yeah. So they have to be very careful about how they present this information and we respect about spending Keno after the show like. is kind of silly at the moment you just get this number and then you're kind of left your and devices about what to do about it but they haven't go FDA approved the weather you know the necessary. Regulatory. Accreditation they need to be able to make more defined choices like they can with Iki the cagey where if it does detect potential arrhythmia a directly sound on the screen you know go talk to your doctor about it like they don't have that same flexibility with with the blackhawks jeans and that's why in the event they would say like we aren't doing studies about blood oxygen and Covid, nineteen. The Apple Watch has a blood oxygen sensor lie they never would linked together because. The purchase self. So the the APP on the watch is very nice I. Mean we saw the animation from the event on seeing it in person it's lovely. It's blue and red. It's like blood arteries. And it as fifteen seconds to run it to do an like an act of measurement and. As you near like say three seconds it becomes it begins to form a circle of completion and it's just so delightful. How how looks You do see the last. Measurement in the APP itself. So if you go just launch it, you'll see the last say passive measurement that picked up. So you might say like when our three hours ago. And That's neat. So it's more data than than just here do or read out. Your readings to be like. Consistent enough that you think it's good because I've seen some reviews like I've been getting some resource I get ninety, six, hundred lights will have the place. So I don't really trust it. Yeah. Well. Not How to. Read. Out. That was like you're below ninety. And then I had one that was like you're you're in the ninety range than I would maybe be concerned but I've seen the rains be from ninety three to one hundred back to back tends to be pretty consistent for me. Washington Post. They had an issue where they tried different watches and bands and just could not it to work the right way have had that experience. Sensor depends on like your skin and You know. The Senate doesn't work if you've got tattoos for instance so. Different reasons and stuff like transparent basically. So it's you know. No Job for it. And if there was an issue like despite being review watched, that's the point of this talk about the experience I would mention in trust me. I mean lot with the series five hours of disinterested and reviewing because of an issue that had which I read about instead. Of. The. Battery Life So. I've been on this one fine. Yeah. A lot of people have have had shoes with seven on their existing watches having less better life than they had before I have had that and I don't know what the clear processes take restores instead of his new

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The Trump-Russia Showdown Over Oil

America First with Sebastian Gorka

01:11 min | 6 months ago

The Trump-Russia Showdown Over Oil

"Right and then lastly by unleashing up oil fields and fracking in America this president has a weakened Russia more than anyone since Gorbachev left office Russia is a one trick pony all they have is energy they don't nobody buys Russian because Russian laptops all they have is oil and gas in Russia is almost on its knees because of what this president has done to that threat you in that one twenty fourteen second clip have demonstrated that you will sell your soul for a quick Buck because you want to have more book sales hi and America all sorely disappointed in you John Bolton you will disappear from public life the Sooners that interview is dead and your book eventually ends up in the remainders

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Thousands mourn George Floyd in Texas amid calls for reform

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

Thousands mourn George Floyd in Texas amid calls for reform

"The hi Mike never current mind Rossi protests which a hotel reporting about racial final will offer inequality respects the best are price being are paid some of a to reminder the nation's George Floyd large that past chains Houston promises of are economic now at competing a candlelight opportunity vigil over hygiene for George for African Floyd Monday Americans night need that to Hilton weren't lay some it another changed interim big superintendent after chains similar are of clashes changing the Houston their Independent in focus the sixties School to get District customers the nineties back spoke of the and hotels horror Ferguson of are Floyd's making Missouri visible death in into Minneapolis ID changes fourteen two in weeks the wake ago of the pandemic we've seen US with cities clerks set but on ablaze wearing that ground masks over they the get decades pre all packaged lord and yet studies breakfasts I saw show my brother black instead lost Americans of all my phase cousins continue and and to be I disproportionately signs tell my that students promote cleaners the vigil left was like held behind ready by the Jackie clean African it H. red national Americans roof inn alumni earn and association Hilton's only sixty clean Floyd two cents stay was in for the Jack every with Yates dollar Lysol high school earned class by U. of a S. white nineteen hotels person ninety three are still black mostly wealth hi Mike empty is Rossi just up ten occupancy cents was to just every thirty dollar seven percent of white wealth at the end and of may blacks are it's no a drop more likely of forty to three own a percent home now from in the twenty same time twenty last then year in the early but with seventies some destinations professor starting Cecilia to open rouse up at and Princeton leisure travel says this on year the rise brings a perfect hotels storm are using inequality cleaning standards mixing as with a covert way to bring nineteen back tourists which is put and more possibly African get Americans a leg up on out Airbnb of jobs as service which workers isn't were standardized forced them to go to I'm work Jackie in front Quinn line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington

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Thousands mourn George Floyd in Texas amid calls for reform

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

Thousands mourn George Floyd in Texas amid calls for reform

"The hi Mike never current mind Rossi protests which a hotel reporting about racial final will offer inequality respects the best are price being are paid some of a to reminder the nation's George Floyd large that past chains Houston promises of are economic now at competing a candlelight opportunity vigil over hygiene for George for African Floyd Monday Americans night need that to Hilton weren't lay some it another changed interim big superintendent after chains similar are of clashes changing the Houston their Independent in focus the sixties School to get District customers the nineties back spoke of the and hotels horror Ferguson of are Floyd's making Missouri visible death in into Minneapolis ID changes fourteen two in weeks the wake ago of the pandemic we've seen US with cities clerks set but on ablaze wearing that ground masks over they the get decades pre all packaged lord and yet studies breakfasts I saw show my brother black instead lost Americans of all my phase cousins continue and and to be I disproportionately signs tell my that students promote cleaners the vigil left was like held behind ready by the Jackie clean African it H. red national Americans roof inn alumni earn and association Hilton's only sixty clean Floyd two cents stay was in for the Jack every with Yates dollar Lysol high school earned class by U. of a S. white nineteen hotels person ninety three are still black mostly wealth hi Mike empty is Rossi just up ten occupancy cents was to just every thirty dollar seven percent of white wealth at the end and of may blacks are it's no a drop more likely of forty to three own a percent home now from in the twenty same time twenty last then year in the early but with seventies some destinations professor starting Cecilia to open rouse up at and Princeton leisure travel says this on year the rise brings a perfect hotels storm are using inequality cleaning standards mixing as with a covert way to bring nineteen back tourists which is put and more possibly African get Americans a leg up on out Airbnb of jobs as service which workers isn't were standardized forced them to go to I'm work Jackie in front Quinn line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington

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Thousands mourn George Floyd in Texas amid calls for reform

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

Thousands mourn George Floyd in Texas amid calls for reform

"The hi Mike never current mind Rossi protests which a hotel reporting about racial final will offer inequality respects the best are price being are paid some of a to reminder the nation's George Floyd large that past chains Houston promises of are economic now at competing a candlelight opportunity vigil over hygiene for George for African Floyd Monday Americans night need that to Hilton weren't lay some it another changed interim big superintendent after chains similar are of clashes changing the Houston their Independent in focus the sixties School to get District customers the nineties back spoke of the and hotels horror Ferguson of are Floyd's making Missouri visible death in into Minneapolis ID changes fourteen two in weeks the wake ago of the pandemic we've seen US with cities clerks set but on ablaze wearing that ground masks over they the get decades pre all packaged lord and yet studies breakfasts I saw show my brother black instead lost Americans of all my phase cousins continue and and to be I disproportionately signs tell my that students promote cleaners the vigil left was like held behind ready by the Jackie clean African it H. red national Americans roof inn alumni earn and association Hilton's only sixty clean Floyd two cents stay was in for the Jack every with Yates dollar Lysol high school earned class by U. of a S. white nineteen hotels person ninety three are still black mostly wealth hi Mike empty is Rossi just up ten occupancy cents was to just every thirty dollar seven percent of white wealth at the end and of may blacks are it's no a drop more likely of forty to three own a percent home now from in the twenty same time twenty last then year in the early but with seventies some destinations professor starting Cecilia to open rouse up at and Princeton leisure travel says this on year the rise brings a perfect hotels storm are using inequality cleaning standards mixing as with a covert way to bring nineteen back tourists which is put and more possibly African get Americans a leg up on out Airbnb of jobs as service which workers isn't were standardized forced them to go to I'm work Jackie in front Quinn line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington

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Risk versus reward: How safe are popular summer outdoor activities?

Total Information AM Sunday

07:18 min | 6 months ago

Risk versus reward: How safe are popular summer outdoor activities?

"Know what are some safe summer activities to do in your medical opinion Dr buckled well hi figura this is the real answer is still I think I'm sure the most conservative the answer to that would be you know it is not kind of minimal contact with others at least you know Gardi contact with others and sense of you know how he can kind of a close knit group of college friends family members where everybody kind of intermingled with each other but not without minimally within a larger community hello that's really where I go with that personally you know I think big mass gathering still are the ones I'm more worried about okay you know as much as I love baseball as much as I love going to the zoo do the other things where there's a lot of people in a confined area and of the most popular times raceday I'd at least to start to start with would avoid now pull my kids out of camps for that same reason you know but I think he's going to a park having a decent distance from others wearing your mask is it's a good kind of way to taking a dip your toe in the kind of getting out but I think any places that they don't have a lot of people or other things very like I think indoor were the ventilation is really unclear or that the practices are in place to really ensure safe distance and safety part of the ones in your precise decide what to do like with us when we call a public phone call I'm I'm nervous about those things not saying that nervousness is right along but I think I think it's just dipping your toes and see how things go and then you'll certainly you know if he will comport it talk about yours that are thinking about this of all right now can a liberalizing what we do people are out city county or loosen the rules as of midday it seems to be so far so good with this and that's reassuring you know we certainly have a bigger depth of knowledge of how the wicker within we did three months ago when we had no idea we had no idea how many people had it or who had it or whether no good reliable faster equipment so you know the draconian measures we took three months ago I don't think we need to go back to that well you go back all kind of business as usual either in terms of our own activities thank you buckle health officials in Missouri say they've seen no new covert nineteen cases from all those lake of the Ozarks pool parties over the Memorial Day weekend what do you think's happening there well two things one is you know it seems more evident that that the vast majority of covert infections occurred at least what we call super spreader so couple examples of this just there in the news and the news is you know the church in creole or a couple cooler affected infected pretty much the whole church about people that she immediately game and and lawn that kind of led to the current bombs there the couple other events kind of throughout the United States where there's a convention or meeting where a number of people got checked and it's usually the the vast surgeon transmissions and so you know the common traits that you know for most part and then you know you can find areas where people are close together to some degree indoor but not all the way yes the soccer match in the internal on without doors but not every event like that costs brought in so you know how I see the thing with the lake of the Ozarks is you know you'll so far again so far so good I'm not I'm not ready to say that you know that nothing's going to happen from there I think if it's a couple weeks nothing happened but he say that we dodged a bullet that being said I think it's still one of the things that just take your asking for trouble that type of circumstance so just because you have a lucky doesn't mean it's safe and I think that's important make that distinction and those people be better thank your lucky stars or you may go to a casino or do the lottery because they got really lucky necklace very very dangerous and then so far so good let's see how it plays out but but you know I I think just taking it didn't happen that should make us all feel safer from that we're talking with doctor Fred buckle Dr buckled it's a slew Kerr general internist at SSM health Saint Louis University hospital let's talk a little bit more about super spreaders Hong Kong university's Benjamin calling did a study that showed twenty percent of cases accounted for an astonishing eighty percent of transmissions we know on average for covert nineteen that one person might spread to two or three others if we weren't taking any actions to try and stop transmission a super sporting event is when a person in fact when you pull that maybe they would do on average so maybe at one person in fact six eight ten more people or even more than that most people that have infected they quite often forty being affected in a super spending event because these things do happen because a lot of transmission in order to have transmission you need a a person who's relatively more contagious and also the opportunity for them to possum inspection to lots of other people it is to some extent and usually what is actually happening enough to keep an epidemic going in to sustain an epidemic I guess the million dollar question is how do you tell who's a super spreader before it's being spread yeah that that is the million dollar question and just just because of my own internet site I just had to say this is proof again of something called the cradle principle which is generally the most natural phenomenon eighty percent of the your evidence you see is caused by twenty percent of of the people read so to like the fact that he said twenty percent or eighty percent of the factions are from twenty percent of the people is is kind of goes along the freely natural phenomenon so that just is kind of interesting that state but you're right I mean going back to the tone for example like that had the potential to be there but it didn't happen for reasons we cry you don't understand the price will never understand I mean that's kind of the magic of nature and how insanely complicated the world level of medicine but you don't know where that is and that's kind of going back to the broader confidence and can lead to this concept of herd immunity is you don't know where that infection starts and it happens at random and things and you think armored urgency in use you Amazon try to kind of intervene and of not being an emergency for reasons we don't know and I can handle the ball two thousand fourteen two thousand thirteen whenever that was pretty prominent you know there is a significant concern and you know we started having case United States but never really scratch and you know you can are you okay with us because of the big public health measures are undertaken the time or may have just been random chance and it's hard to tell you know so can I go back to the point guard the Ozarks you just don't know and I think at this point you're having these massive debts are your adventure a lot of people are in a confined space is just working with danger I don't think we're ready to do that yet once you get some degree of herd immunity that's we know or vaccine and then you have a you know a certain percentage of population vaccinated that's where it really you can say there's some safety in and going out those

The Second Plague: Murder Hornets

You Did What Now?

08:10 min | 7 months ago

The Second Plague: Murder Hornets

"Welcome to you. Did what now a podcast where we discussed stories in science and tech that. Make us ask exactly that everyone. Thanks for listening on your host. Stephanie Educator Aficionado and Michael Programmer took a good afternoon. Stephanie how are you? I'm fine and we are surviving? How about you the same happy Cinco de Mayo? Time are listening listening to this. It's probably probably already celebrity. Cinco de Mayo having a Margarita. Anyway he's actually what else you got today. How many people are making tacos tonight for dinner? We taco Tuesday in single tomorrow. This is the thing right. Everybody's Yeah I don't do. I've talked to us. I should make tacos anyway. So lots lots going on in the world. I guess I I saw this recent start like before we we hit record. I noticed the story of the tweeted through the Times which all the coronavirus stuff is supposedly ray me seventeen clicks to get logged in. And let's see a but the title is with Crisper a possible quick test for the virus it looks like they're using crisper to test for for carnivores for covert ninety. I noticed something about that. I was looking into that and Yeah I think there's a lot of different applications for using crisper. You can test for different. Antibodies are you. Can you can engineer a a a gene. That will basically glow under simplify. It'll basically glow if it recognizes the One of the antibodies from Corona virus. And so it could be a really simple way to get that test out there and have it be more accurate than maybe what they're dealing with. Now Sarel yes that's exciting. Everybody's YEAH SPURT UP CASPER AT RYAN. Exactly the kind of a bad rap for all of the different weird types of things that is trying to do but it could prove to be very useful in the coming months ahead. Yeah this was. His name was Zang. I guess he's He's at the broad institute in Cambridge Massachusetts. And he's apparently one of the pioneers of crisper technology or whatever he said it up with a pregnancy test and they got like a little violent stuff. You make something. Put The little drop in and reacts and then you dip the paper in two two lines means you you have in nineteen or or. Don't get the two tests confused. Rather what would you rather have at this moment? Which you find out that that your wife is pregnant or that. She has corona virus. Not Sure Enough I. Let's let her have. She's actually having grown admires test in like an hour. Oh okay well. I hope she doesn't have any sentence now. She just works. Used US going to the office in a lab. So they're just they've they've gotten some tests so they're just gonNA have everybody take a test every once in a while acting so. Yeah so what else are we talking about? No more carnivorous onboard board occurred something else out there in the world. There's a the world is fine. No you know as Americans. We always it. Seems like we always have to have something to panic about. If you you look back in the past year comes in a cycle of about every every couple of months. There's a new thing that we must immediately panic about and shut down everything and of course you know in Corona virus head and we really did have to everything and so now America's kind of getting tired of that so Let's move on. Let's introduce a new I something else about Introduce the murder Hornets from Asia. Great Murder Hormone that. Just this is what third play the fourth leg. I'm not up on my Bible. Yeah I know that's kind of what I was thinking. At what point do I need to let lambs above my above my doorway to prevent my starter? I got a robust Saturday. It will repel mortar murder Hornets. I'm sure yeah. So why is everybody concerned about the murder Hornets? Is it really a big deal? Is this just something else that you know. The media is pushing us to distract us from whatever else is really happening. Should we concerns? So what have you heard about murder Hornets? So far I honestly. I've tried not to read it up hundred Hornets. Because I wasn't really looking for more in my life I'm spending so much more time outside now from omb and like normally all you'll be going trip or visit grandparents or we you know indoor soccer whatever it is. We're doing now slow. Go play in the backyard so the kids get actually retired for bedtime. So you're telling me there's more murder Hornets there. Yeah I'm sorry to burst your bubble but now now we've gotta worry about the Asian Murder Hornets so don't get too Scared about it yet. As of right now they're reported sightings are all the way on the other side of year and We started in in Vancouver and now in Washington. There was a beef farmer. He had a nest and back in November. He went to check on his honeybees and discovered that his entire very healthy beehive with completely destroyed. They were healthy the day before then. He went to go check on the next day and basically he started looking at them and all of their little beheads were cut off his head on Teamer Hornets too. Yeah they are murder. Hornets necessarily because they murder humans. All this is this is violence. I don't need to worry about right. Yes well you know you definitely would not enjoy getting stung by a to inch long Hornets. That is not something that you want to have happen to you. Although scientists from the nineteen th century right. I'm not just out there leading. Bees and spiders stigma right. I guarantee you. Some people are out there trying to test it. I think there's a guy on on youtube somewhere. That has already films himself. Getting stung by a murder Hornet. Just see what would happen surprise. It hurts jackass movie this year. Isn't there Jack Ass movie coming out this year? This isn't this isn't related to that right now it might be. It could be a completely. You know publicity stunt for there are no hornets. That's just the jackass movie. Yeah they're murder. Hornets not necessarily because they murder humans but because they murder other bees and so they can take out an entire hive of bees. In just a few hours they They go in and they. Yeah they basically decapitate all of the bees and take over their nest as do they parade around them ca carrying their heads and spikes put them a little little Little twigs and stuff outside of the. Yeah Yeah so they're pretty. They're pretty deadly. Each Hornet can kill one. Be in every fourteen seconds using its powerful. Amanda Bowles to decapitate decapitated its prey. Oh and I guess so. Those beer are these are we. Arming these BS. How we find him back. How are we protecting the goodies for Hornets are pollinating? Hornets are not pollinating. So yeah this is. This could potentially be a really big problem. This is more more concerning than actually getting stung by the B. Is what effect will it have on the honeybees here in the United States who are already struggling to pollinate all of the things that we need? Pollinated your I already. We already had anxiety about the honeybees. We don't even more right. Yeah so yeah. So what are we gonNA do about these honeybees Years so you know there it. These these murder Hornets come from Japan. And so the problem is that whenever you have an invasive species come from one ecosystem into another ecosystem it's not bringing necessarily its natural predators with it

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Secrets of a Kaggle Grandmaster with David Odaibo

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

09:25 min | 9 months ago

Secrets of a Kaggle Grandmaster with David Odaibo

"All right everyone. I am on the line with David. Dipoto David is co founder and CTO of Analytical Ai as well as a Kengo Grandmaster David. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you SAM. Happy to be here what? I'm really looking forward to this chat. I think this is the first Time I've had a sibling on the show. I interviewed your brother. Stephen Dipoto back in July of last year where we were talking about retinal image generation and he was up on twitter recently. Talking you up in your conquest on capital and I thought man. I've got to get this conversation as well. So congratulations for being the first sibling. At least to my knowledge on the PODCASTS. Ed Thank you. Why don't we start by having you share a little bit about your background? How did you come to work on machine learning when I started my PhD? I was interested in machine learning. I wasn't quite sure where to go back then. Those a lot of literature review a lot of digging around and back. Then you know I read a lot of papers. I I kind of tried to get a sense of where to go to get useful information and a K go kept creeping up and coming up in various in various things I read and so I finally join cable and the kind of a kind of put it gave me an opportunity to put some of that Theoretical background into practice and it made a lot of things made a lot more sense when you actually practice. So what were you studying for European? I was looking to investigate. Deep learning medical imaging and how the advances in deep learning at the time could be applied to various medically mission problems. And that sounds like an interesting runs in the family. Yeah yeah he does you know besides from any kind of genetic contribution what sparked your interest in that I wanted actually the first Niro network I have. I wanted to see if I could build something to recognize facing an image and this was actually before I started my I might these topic and so that was really how I got really interested in machine learning. Because we're something that was kind of blindly doing and you know as you're digging around. I wrote my first neural network in in C. SHARP. Which was it worked horribly. And this was in twenty twelve and you know That kind of made me realize that you read about how neural networks you work and all these things but you never really. I never really knew at the time. What the appropriate frameworks to us. And and and how you go about it basically so So wh why C. Sharp Microsoft developed a Microsoft. I was at Microsoft Enterprise. Divall bright had the Microsoft certifications and stuff so I was pretty good that C. Sharp at the time so I think. Let me let me try to do this. Sharp annual is just the absolute wrong idea. Wrong approach to us at the time. But you know if you have a hammer you know. He tried to so. If I'm putting the pieces together correctly you were the Microsoft enterprise developer before you went back. What prompted you to go back for your date. Well it's something I always wanted to do. You know after I got my masters I worked in industry a little bit and I always knew I needed to kind of pivot back and and complete being she so I was kind of it was something I was in the plans before a by one or two after being in school for so long Oregon gained some experience. Yeah Nice and so. He started working on neural networks. In C- Sharpen Hanegev. Banged Away with that hammer that you you had and it was. It was absolutely wrong today. I just didn't know where to go where to start back. Then you kind of were pursuing this formal research and education with the PAC but then you realize that there was can have a practical complement to that in Cagle How did you with you know once you can create an account and join cagle quote unquote like? How did you actually start? Did you just jump in and do a competition so I actually created my account for the first time I think it was two thousand fourteen? Two Thousand Fifteen And I think actually I I looked around I read. I didn't actually start competing too. You're later okay. So I I joined and then I just poked around and then later on I kept working on my stuff and I got better at it. I kind of identified. The right frameworks to us. I got a little bit more comfortable and then I think I did my first competition in in two thousand sixteen. And and that was that data sizable at the time that one was for trying to detect the volume of of of education in In heart cardiograms are so that was my first competition and that competition. I did okay. You know but I didn't do really well but it was good experience kind of got my feet but Yeah and were you. We had you partnered up with folks for that one or were you working independently. Yeah those are the other guy that we're a Jason Zinc where both in the same program and we're both doing kind of Medically mentioned so. We went into that competition together. Okay Cool and so that was twenty. Sixteen fast forward to twenty twenty and you've seen quite a bit of success in competitions. Can you talk about some of the your Maurice Results or the results that you're most proud of yeah so Shortly after that competition there's another one that was For also medical imaging related competition. It was for segmenting ultrasound images in the neck and there was Fortunately for me That competition is actually becomes bested. So there was a there was a new architecture. New Paper that was written on this thing called. An encoder Dakota network is called a unit and it hadn't really been used on cable before met architecture and had read the paper about the architecture and when I read the paper because I thought about this too you know like how do you say maintenance something I've been thinking about. But when I read that favor the ideas and the in the paper made a lot of sense and it almost seems so obvious that that was what you're supposed to do to segment images volition neural networks way. Try to preserve You try to preserve the localization information from the images and things so that paper really sparked my interest. I I read it. I was I was a fan of that. And this competition came up and somebody mentioned it and Back there knows a framework called LASAGNA and Theon oh and those frameworks are deprecated now but back. Then those actually what? I did what I used and I I. I said okay. I'M GONNA give it a shot. I'm try I'M GONNA try to implement this unit architecture and I did and I had no hope of actually doing well in that competition but I said let me give it a shot I implemented. I trained the network and to my surprise it worked and I was so I was just so happy that it worked. I had no idea I was going to finish second place in the competition so so that's probably the one most proud of because I had to hack a lot of things back. Then you know there was two thousand. Sixteen there was there was no there are not a lot of best practices and how you do segmentation even back there so there was this. A lot of the frameworks out. There had not specified how date augmentation mention. You know for imaging masks because when you train when you train segmentation networks to avoid over fit in you have to manage the image and the mask together and you have to find the right kind of maintain strategies and things like that so I have those. I created a good argumentation strategy. Good argumentation framework. And you know. I saw a lot of people in challenge struggling with this idea. You know and they were probably implementing two right augmentation strategies because Like I said this was the first time to use his unit in this competition. But I was kind of a little bit ahead of the game back then and So yeah so I finished in second place annuals. It was probably the proudest challenge.

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Taylor Swift ranks as best-selling global artist in 2019

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 9 months ago

Taylor Swift ranks as best-selling global artist in 2019

"Taylor swift was the best selling musician in the world last year the international federation of the Phonographic industry which tracks music on a global scale says Taylor swift outsold all other artists worldwide last year mostly on the strength of her lover album swift was also the best selling musician in the world in twenty fourteen second place is swift's pal ed Sheeran post Malone is number three followed by Billie Eilis and

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No. 7 Duke downs Notre Dame 94-60 behind 21 points by Cary

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 10 months ago

No. 7 Duke downs Notre Dame 94-60 behind 21 points by Cary

"Number seven do trail for a total of fourteen seconds against Notre Dame as the blue devils cruise by the fighting Irish ninety four to sixty leading forty nine thirty seven was sixteen fifty eight to play in the second half Duke would outscore Notre Dame thirty one twelve over the next ten minutes to pull away the blue devil shot over fifty six percent from the floor and over forty five percent from behind the arc on ten of twenty two shooting Vernon Carey scored twenty one points for Duke while guard Trey Joe scored nineteen you want during led Notre Dame what twenty one Dennis **** Durham North Carolina

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Atlanta Falcons likely to cut running back Devonta Freeman this offseason

WAOK Programming

03:27 min | 10 months ago

Atlanta Falcons likely to cut running back Devonta Freeman this offseason

"CBSSports dot com as an article talking about house bobbins running back with Montee Freeman who would it be a crap casual T. this is Jason but of the athletic reporting that the falcons are looking at potentially letting go of the running back with just a couple years ago signed a five year forty one point two five million dollar extension yes No guarantees left on his deal if you work cut it that would clear out three point five million dollars in twenty twenty cap space but it go you do it right with like the view wait long enough I should say as high as six and a half million dollars in terms of free cap space this off season I would be very surprised very surprised the fathers do not go ahead and let go of the Monte Freeman who would get had a really really great twenty sixteen and honestly not bad twenty seventeen as well the only missed two games twenty eighteen we played into and this year he played in fourteen two rushing touchdowns three point six yards per rush six hundred and fifty six for your this is not the type of numbers that you need from your number one right back I think you cut out the freemen and then if you do what we've been preaching here are ready might Marshall just that in my you're my producer you go get a running back Dion race with Jonathan Taylor JK Dobbins doesn't matter who you want of all the good running backs in the draft this year there's a bunch of them so spend your third round draft pick maybe spend a second round draft pick you're gonna have to get someone who's going to come right in and produced in the modern NFL there are very few positions we can come in and immediately ball out running back is one of the but you mean very rarely get a real star on the defensive line who's not a top three pick like you can get a good pass rusher well then he becomes a good pass rusher but you're one not a lot of flash corners a little bit if the wide receiver is very it be very rarely do rookie wide receivers absolutely ball out Odell Beckham junior is the only one in recent memory who has dominated since his rookie year office of line that yes they can play well quarterbacks yes they can play well but running back time and time again as rookies get out massive impacting sake one Barkley and I was his best your big bile Sanders who led the total I guess yards from scrimmage record by a rookie in twenty nineteen a huge upper Philadelphian get a running back like Sanders in the second round if you're at Lana and add instant impact going forward in the twenty twenty season I am okay with the report from the athletic chastened by that they are deciding on ten truly letting go of the body Freeman having it be a cap casualty I think that'd be the smart move by Arlen about and we appreciate Freeman radically to focus on getting better in terms of the running game because as your quarterback ages just like just like that rise doing still great still leak but aging you got to help me out with the running back with the patriots day was suddenly showing Tom Brady they had not gotten a hot first round draft pick the patriots had not been a first round draft going to running back I think ever I can't remember the last time is there a first round draft a couple years ago the first round Brady third age but he was shot in Georgia and its work but shells not super good he's not with the top five running backs in the league we could make an argument a top ten top twelve running back the opposite of policy with their aging quarterback in Matt Ryan go get a running back I don't care if it's Dobbins I don't care if it's Taylor I don't care if it's with any of those three will be just fine by need going for here and the twenty twenty season

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Vasilevskiy stops 15 shots, Lightning beat Islanders 3-1

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 10 months ago

Vasilevskiy stops 15 shots, Lightning beat Islanders 3-1

"Under US Leschi made seventeen saves and rookie Carter for Haiti got the game winning goal as the Tampa Bay Lightning avoided a Serie season sweep by defeating the visiting New York Islanders three one Saturday night after a scoreless first reading point to the clearing pass from Nikita Kucherov and fired his twentieth goal of the season pass semi on for almost fourteen seconds into the middle frame to put Tampa Bay up one nothing for he's game winner came early in the third as he skated through the crease and beat for alarm off with a backhand shot Dirk Ryszard cut the lead by one with eight minutes left in the game scoring on the islanders only power play Baltimore's account Tampa

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No. 17 Maryland scores final 7 points to win at Indiana

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00:42 sec | 11 months ago

No. 17 Maryland scores final 7 points to win at Indiana

"Seventy three Maryland scored the final seven points of the game to beat unranked Indiana seventy seven to seventy six Jaylen CPAS lay up with fourteen seconds to go was the difference the Hoosiers had one last chance but Mr shot at the buzzer smis twenty nine points was a career high he says the Terrapins always felt they could come back on Indiana this is so that you know some in this fight we never back down from a challenge even it would now without always how to bow back in to that last second off the clock after losing their first three big ten road games the Terrapins have won two straight away from home and improve to sixteen if for Yvonne to green let fifteen and five Indiana with sixteen points Tom mackay Bloomington Indiana

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"fourteen seconds" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen seconds" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Even close is fourteen seconds bill this this is all made up hi lies and you know we've gone through three straight years of this I don't pay the interesting thing is I think this is where the comparison and and is always I think this is a defining moment tipping point election for the country I've told you that privately I'm telling everybody publicly and if if Elizabeth Warren ever becomes the president or anybody with Hearst ideology were it sold for freedom a what will be a thing of the past it'll be state control of pretty much every aspect of our lives and it will it will lead to an America that is impoverished almost immediately soon as I get rid of the oil and gas they gonna get rid of in the combustion engine and give Medicare for all no private options and everything else is free and then we're going to confiscate everybody's wealth of they saved anything I agree it was with Warren and Bernie Sanders are dangerous individuals and I and I had no problem by the way with Bill Clinton not his politics I didn't like the way he conducted himself but I had no problem with that I Barack Obama many discussions with him they were all respectful okay Democratic Party I vote I have voted for Democrats but these individuals the socialists they do not believe in freedom I wrote a column called the promises on bill o'reilly dot com and I hope everybody reads it because you are absolutely correct these people get power our freedoms are gone and that's what it's coming down to I'm I think it's your best book yet the United States a trump how the president really sees America bill o'reilly's brand.

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Georgiev stifles Golden Knights in Rangers’ 5-0 win

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00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Georgiev stifles Golden Knights in Rangers’ 5-0 win

"Vegas the Rangers crush the golden knights five nothing gold fourteen seconds apart in the first period for March any put Erin and Chris Kreider Alex your give stopped seventeen shots in the first thirty eight in all but coach David Quinn thought we did a good job in front of them like a set up for the first ten twelve minutes but those first twelve minutes he certainly give us a chance to kind of find out what's about us and you know he's been playing very very well that's from MSG cure yet with the second shot out the last

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"fourteen seconds" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen seconds" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"For the time out the bear cats are out of time outs so if the bear cats can hold Memphis to a field goal try bear cats would likely get the ball back with about thirty seconds to go yeah I mean it's not gonna be a whole lot of time in Memphis would be crazy to do anything other than run the ball here this is where your you hope for just maybe a fumble ball gets put on the ground somehow the Bearcats get that break they've been looking for the ball is that the six yard line the Bearcats are out of time outs if Memphis runs the ball and does not get into the end zone they can let the clock wind down Gibson does not line up in the backfield game well is to the left to the quarterback white three receivers go out to the right from the six yard line it's a screen to give city catches at the eighty for the fly these into the end zone wide receiver screen to Antonio Gibson and the Tigers have believe now the only good thing about that is that it leaves one minute and fourteen seconds on the clock Memphis is up by five they're likely to try to go for two but it does give Cincinnati enough time to potentially drive down the field that is correct that's the only advantage of that great call probably made a lot of sense very easy pass the complete you got a guy like Antonio gifts and always got to do is maneuvering between a couple of smaller defensive backs and was able to do that very easily this two point conversion is huge if the Bearcats can stop Memphis from the two point conversion the Bearcats could win with a touchdown from the three yard line white is under center he puts a receiver in motion from left to right he rolls.

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"fourteen seconds" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen seconds" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Me is the guy that that Lauer is gonna have to watch out for he's going to need to make every pot he's going to have to hit more greens the rag and he's got to find a way to make some birdies tomorrow because Sunday could just be an absolute just just Melati crunch of a day out there the links so with lady sovereign speed dropping three strokes and going down to a sixty seven today it I mean can he do that again on Saturday and Sunday and get back and he's done very well over in the open championship in the prior years you've got to find a pair which got its the driving right now the potter is absolutely lights out it is the Jordan speed two thousand fourteen two thousand fifteen vintage with the potter which means that he's with me okay he every time he's on the dance floor he thinks he's going to put in a jar every time and and that's a great feeling to have but to many times you know over the last say year so those great powers have been for park to Sir seat himself he needs to be able to with the longer clubs put himself in position so little great pots for birdies and he made you know a good number of birdies out there today he really had a group in there when he makes birdie at five and six eagles on seven birdies eight and goes out in thirty two I mean it was he was the show right there and and what he needs to do is keep hitting fairways it's really with him now about the ball string because the potters is cured it seems it's a good confidence booster bodes well for him coming into the FedEx Cup playoffs a couple more times after this but he will go as far as his driver and his eyelids are gonna let his putter taken right now I've got because both well but I've let let's see how the rest of the hold up so so you take in and this weekend to win it I got a funny feeling about Tommy Fleetwood you know I I think that you know with all of the attention that was on Rory McElroy at the end of their all golf tournament and a lot of people mostly calling for for Graeme McDowell and and all that stuff you you it's sort of hard to receive your forget the Tommy Fleetwood who's who's from south port in England who grew up playing links golf who is one of the best I employers out there who seem to now in big events be hanging around the top of the leader board he starts the weekend one shot off the lead to seven under par I think that he could be the guy that sneaks in there and get that done he'd be a popular winner he's a great guy super fun loving guy popular in the locker room I would watch out for Tommy Fleetwood to steal the show and if it's not gonna be him that I look for a combination of Justin rose a Brooks Kappa whom both of whom rose in its six captains of five if the weather gets kind of crazy those two guys got a lot of experience a lot of confidence and I could see them making a move of the leader board I love the conditions for Sunday whipping winds and rain I'm all about it I wanted to say one other thing before I let you go David that carver high is very popular in the clubhouse as everyone knows and a very popular odds or also he's very popular here Las Vegas because he'll drink until five AM west coast time so we'll watch the entire third round a neighbor he aided in Las Vegas on live television can you imagine what a group of you bein Jamison for everybody right I mean that it is the worst of it yeah that's true and then everything's happening strippers read for the whole deal I don't have time to talk about it all next time I'll tell you the war stories David thanks for covering the open championship bars on the bench there is my guy David Dussek a golf a gas is that the legendary bruise so bigger.

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"fourteen seconds" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

11:37 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen seconds" Discussed on WEEI

"All right. So I'm thinking about this tonight is get ready for the warriors, and the rockets and the Durant list warriors and one thing that sticks out to me about these games. Sixes? How Klay Thompson resume these games? Sixes klay. Thompson has been absolutely fascinating for whatever reason. Klay Thompson in terms of game sixes, that's when Klay Thompson shows up. So not to say that like he doesn't show up other games. But remember game six against the Oklahoma City thunder when the thunder at the time had Kevin Durant. They had Russell Westbrook. They were up three games to one in that series against the Klay Thompson, Steph curry warriors, Klay Thompson goes beserk. Okay. He went for forty one points in game six thirty three of those points from three points story. So he hit eleven threes. He had twenty six points in the second half. He had nineteen in the fourth quarter. And that essentially saved the warriors from being eliminated by the golden or from being eliminated by the Oklahoma City thunder at the time. Okay. And then you think about what he did last year in game. Six warriors facing elimination again against the Houston Rockets. He goes in nine of fourteen from three point zero Tori nine of fourteen he ends up with thirty five points in that game. Thirty. Five points. So his last two games sixes that he's played in. He's had thirty five points. And he's had forty one points. He's at nine threes, and he's hit eleven threes. So if there's a game where Klay Thompson is going to go off in. It's got to be this game. Right. It's gotta be this game. Where you're in a situation where the Klay Thompson of old could show up to basically put the warriors over the top. Especially considering the fact that Klay Thompson is in a position where they don't have. Kevin durant? So Klay Thompson knows not that. He doesn't feel like he is green light to begin with. But Klay Thompson knows like that green light tonight is like neon that is a neon. Green light. We're Klay Thompson. Okay. This is me this game six history. Oh, yeah. And we don't have Kevin Durant's. Right. We don't have Kevin Durant in the series. So at this particular point in time, I'm going to have to go Kim -pletely off. I'm going to have to go nuts. I'm gonna go nuts in this game. And Klay Thompson could easily do that tonight. Now on the other side of things you have Chris Paul who Chris. Paul has been known to not come up big in big situations. And that is certainly true when you look at his playoff resume if we remember back to what was it twenty fifteen where they had a two two tie in a series against the Oklahoma City thunder, and they were up one. Oh, four to ninety seven with forty nine seconds left in game five they would've went up three two on a thunder. But what happens Chris, Paul just inexplicably came undone? Okay. Chris Paul had a turnover with fourteen seconds left. And then he fouled. Russell Westbrook on a three points with six seconds left in the game. And then he turned the ball over with a second left in the game. So Chris Paul came completely undone in a critical game. And then we all remember what happened when Chris Paul was a member of the clippers. Remember that when they went to Houston, and they had the EPA collapse against the rockets and. They end up losing that series to the rockets. So Chris Paul is had shortcomings in the postseason and especially in late game scenarios. You look at Klay Thompson, it's been the opposite Klay. Thompson has been the guy game six where he puts the superman capon any carries the Golden State Warriors. And you also look at the other guy that's gonna play a pivotal role on Houston side of things, and that's James hearted. And we all know what happened James art in last year in a series against the warriors. When Chris Paul went down with the injury. You were asking James harden to carry the organization, and what happened to James harden in that particular scenario in those final two games game six and seven hardened twenty to fifty three forty one percent from the field. Six twenty five from three point zero Tori, that's twenty four percent. So James harden in critical situations has been awful Chris Paul has choked away series against the thunder. He choked away a series against the rockets when he was a member of the clippers. So these guys have been horrific. Thicke in big games. Klay Thompson on their side has been great Steph. Curry has had big aims in playoff situations. But on the other side, there is a lot of equity that the Houston Rockets built up, and they did not help themselves the other night they could have put a stranglehold on the series in game five after Kevin Durant goes down with about three minutes left in that third quarter. But three minutes up to third quarter. You have an opportunity to win this game. And what happens James harden takes one shot over the final eight minutes. Chris Paul nowhere to be found. Oh of six from three point, Sarah, Tori, oh of six from three points. So these guys have a chance to rewrite their legacies. Right. Because Chris Paul we're always going to say, I really good point guard really good player. But we're going to remember what happened against the rockets when he was on the clippers. We're gonna remember him falling apart against the thunder. We're gonna look at Christmas guy. Yeah. He was good. But he never wanted championship. Yeah. He's really good player. But you know, they had this guy Steph curry the plate in the same generation that was seeing everybody better than him. Same thing with James harden. Okay. This. James harden? This is a shot you think about what is going to happen long-term. Chris Paul is already aging. Okay. Chris Paul is much worse this year than he was last year, and you got under contract until he's what thirty seven years old. He's only gonna get worse. Okay. This is your shot. The warriors are now at their weakest the warriors are now at in their most vulnerable position there without their best player. Kevin durant? And it's not like in years pass with the warriors had this incredibly team where they had guys like Shaun Livingston planet, a high level Livingston can't play right now that guy has been horrible. Andrea eagle is playing well. But he's now in the starting lineup Kvant loonies in the starting lineup tonight because Kevin Durant is not gonna play. So the warriors essentially have no bench. You can't trust Livingston Quinn cook. I don't know what he's gonna give you Jordan bell. They haven't really played in the series whatsoever. Andrew bogut, spend a non factor in the postseason for the warriors. Mckinney stinks. So there's nobody that can bring off the bench like they had in previous seasons. When you always had a guy like Barbosa Barbosa come off the bench, and it could give. Stuff like, they would be benefiting. The warriors. Would if they had Nick young right now. That's how desperate the warriors pen situation is so they have no bench. It's basically can you beat Steph curry, and can you beat Klay Thompson Draymond green in that group? Can you beat the starters? That's what you have to do if you're the Rockettes tonight. And if you don't beat them if you don't win this series. If you don't come back and win game six in game seven that would be a massive indictment on James harden. Chris ball. There's no reason they should not win this series. There is no reason they should win the series. They have to win this series for the sake of their own legacies. If you wanna talk about the legacy just being broken the legacy being written. That's what's going to happen if they don't win this because I'm sorry as great as Daryl Morey is in terms of salary, cap gymnastics and whatnot and making trades. He can't get out of this one. You're not going to be able to trade Chris Paul somewhere and get somebody that can benefit the organization going forward alongside James harden. This is your last opportunity this group rockets as. They're currently constructed with Chris Paul James harden, and Eric, Gordon, this is the way you win it. This is the way you have to win it. This is the year you have to win it. If you don't want it this year, not going to happen. It is not going to happen next year. Chris Paul coming back, even older, right? It's not gonna happen. So they have to get it done on the flip side of this. What an interesting moment for Steph curry. What a fascinating position Steph. Curry is in Steph. Curry is the guy that said, yeah, I'm okay with Kevin Durant coming here and look Steph curry probably was at the time. And I'm not saying he isn't fine with Kevin Durant is his teammate right now. But remember before that Steph? Curry was the talk of the NBA he had come off a season where he was the only unanimous MVP in league history and getting lost in the NBA finals. But he said a record for over four hundred three's. He was coming off back to back MVP seasons. And we forget so quickly Steph curry beat Kevin Durant and a playoff series. Okay. He wanted championship before. Kevin Durant got to Golden State. And since Durant has come over to ranch the guy that won the finals MVP Durant's the guy that won the finals MVP again last year. So he's the guy with two finals, MVP's and stuff curry still doesn't have on people wanna hold that against Steph curry and now Steph curry is in a position where we saw what happened the other night. It was hey Steph, can you be the old stuff? Because now we need you to be the guy that carried us. Now, we need you to be the guy. That carried us to seventy three wins in a regular season. We need that guy to come back. And now Steph curry realized that in the fourth quarter. Unlike James harden, he had twelve points he was to three from three points. He took over the game. Now, Steph curry has an opportunity again to remind everybody because this postseason what have we been talking about? We've been talking about who's going to take over as best player in the world with LeBron James absent has Lakers have become a dumpster fire. We've been talking about who's that next guy. Who's the next player that's going to take over the mantle as the best player in the world? And most people said, yeah, it's Kevin Durant. Look at the way, he's playing thirty five points per game in this series against the Houston Rockets. It's gotta be Kevin Durant. Right. And then the other guys were thrown out. There is quiet Leonard after that magnificent thirty nine point performance against the Philadelphia. Seventy Sixers he's carrying his team. And we also factor in Toco is his team is now what eight and one in the postseason. He completely dominated the Boston Celtics. He made it look awfully tough. For those Boston Celtics. And he's on a mission. But Steph curry we've been talking about Steph curry struggling in the postseason, we haven't even remotely even thought about bringing up Steph curry as the best player in the world. And there was a point a couple of years ago. Remember when we thought Steph curry may have taken that title away from the brunt James how quickly we forget for years ago, people consider it Steph curry, maybe as the best player in the world, and he sacrificed, right? He's sacrificed to let Kevin Durant come to his team. So he could win more championships. So his organization could win more championships. So them as a team could get better. He sacrificed his own brand if you will. Okay. He sacrificed the part that you may vary into bigger superstar than you. Right. So you're talking about attention to you're talking about attention because Steph without question was the biggest star in golden say any still is the fans biggest star, right? The Golden State fans are more about Steph than they are about. Kevin durant? But on a national perspective. Kevin Durant becomes the? Talk in the NBA as well. Not just of curry. So he sacrificed all that. Now, he's thinking himself. All right. Well, I just did it in game five I just proved to you guys that I can play James harden. I play crystal now what if he does it again, he puts a stamp on it. And then we're all talking about Steph curry again, we're reminded of. Oh, wait. Yeah. This guy's pretty damn. Oh, yes. Steph curry, yeah. Maybe we shouldn't have forgot about Steph curry talking about the best five players in the world. Because it seems like that's what we've done over the past couple of months with the way this postseason has gone so far for Steph curry work. He hasn't played his best basketball. I that Steph curry is going to relish this opportunity. I would be surprised to Steph curry doesn't get at least twenty eight shots up tonight. I imagine he's going to get because who else is gonna shoot besides Klay. Thompson Draymond green doesn't shoot to begin with. You. Don't want Andrei good shooting the basketball Kvant looney somebody that you're not gonna give it to. I mean, he's going to get off of rebounds. We saw that in the last game. But who else is gonna take shots for the warriors? I this is the greenest light ever for Steph. And really he has. This one is this one is. A situation where.

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"fourteen seconds" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen seconds" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"You're listening to the Zona coyotes radio network. Third period about to get underway here the coyotes lead the avalanche or to one alongside while this house. I'm moving mid Mitzi honored garland is first NHL goal gentleman and the the celebration. Manager's quarters. I and job. He was happy. I think he was asking me. Oh, yeah. He looked really excited. Luke. Do you want to hear heaters answer? I guess you could give it to you never know because I expect you to answer. But a lot of times you just look at me blankly. I don't feel like you take it out of the break so nicely. I mean, other than Luke right after you guys. Are you guys are like the two stars on the line? I'm just the one who kinda floats around. I'll make the PASCAL Malcolm Crosby. That's not true at all or or Kunitz. Third period action underway coyotes with a power play here leading four one the federal to our left in our attacking from left to right to start this third. All turned over to the coyotes now chicken. Blue line ackman large back the chicken right corner to Keller again to check right outside edge of the white circle. Feeds Keller Keller back to the right point. Again to Clayton Keller. Dow alone upon it to the left circle optimistic schmaltz now started in the middle got it back. But then it's intercepted by Matvienko, and he'll clear pretty good job long, the nearside wall here, that's crusher. Hart found a way to get it off the wall. Set up a play back door decals. Fifty seconds left in the penalty on rotten just end the third period. I always with a four to one lead. Schmaltz comes up the ice through the middle it over the line passes left side. He'll take a shock and produce the save any holds on. Shot by ten before his first goal at several games as an assist tonight. Coming off real small game against Montreal scared that over tonight. Other big thing that schmaltz is addity could dancer the neutral zone. Tweet backs off defenders and a lot of time now to get easy zone entries. Vice ladder place to the outside opened up options. The garage shot right on the line. Golly. Gosh gave. Dr Seuss to save left corner. Cold tried to center for Colorado. But at the flexible that point. By. Golly. Gosh. Again behind the net on the near boards. Now, keep it alive the Fisher to the far corner to schmaltz back together. Fourteen seconds left in the air power play altogether. The shot, and they save made by Zeus and the puck deflects the cone avocados keep possession. Got back to goose at the line out of the box booster shot blocked by comfort and the apps back right in the right wing rocket backhands wanted hill makes us save stopping go right now. Archibald the puck off beat very deep in the left corner and Archibald falls down very takes it. And and he turns it over quick shot right out by Richardson, say by frog. Rebound wack that by Archibald be backhands it for the right of the pop to the air. But does not go into Colorado goal, peasants has it. Now. Board wait on the line by John Larson, his shot blocked terms back to center ice. There's an injured avalanche behind the play. As the puck is now by Colorado. And we get the whistle on all. Mckinnon down. He's grabbed the. Star Centerman for the Colorado Avalanche. Nathan mackinnon. Of course, they. Runner up last year for the Hart trophy is MVP and the league with ninety seven points the replay here, I don't know what happened. All he took a shot out the inside of the knee. Second best player in the league this year off points. Anyway. You'd hate to see anything happen to him. Second behind his linemate PICO rant cannon with fifty five points entering this one. And he's staying on the Colorado bench is being treated by the head athletic trainer. Matthew sokolowski? So. Mckenna's happy. Okay. Peter walls types of players were an injury coming. That's that's pretty much season over I mean, he he impacts his t that much. You mentioned the percentage of offense at line brings their team was over fifty percent. Correct. Fifty nine point to drive is remarkable. Cannons on the Colorado bench. That's good news for him and the avalanche. And he has not left as they coyotes. Now is the Avs suffered a tough last night losing, Colin Wilson. Their second line right winger to a shoulder injury is listed as week to week. They come back for the face off in the coyotes. Let's pause for station identification on the ears on a coyotes radio network shorthanded. KTAR FM Glendale Phoenix KTAR news on ninety two three FM. Can't pay faces off against Soderbergh to they right of hill. And.

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"fourteen seconds" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things

The MMQB: 10 Things

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen seconds" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things

"Team lions admits personnel mistakes air l look at their and three and spread at home when they're underdogs of five or more points since a Matthew Stafford got their back in two thousand nine they've also. They beaten Tom Brady street up. They beat Aaron Rodgers straight up the beat Cam Newton straight up at home. I'm not saying they're going to win this game straight up. But I think they hang around in this game. I think there's a one possession game. Like, I do like the lines. I will make fun of lines. But I like the lions all right tough game. The call. I think this number is probably about right? I wouldn't play the game. If I had to play it. I would probably lay the points, Detroit just seems to this point and seasons. Start to unraveled a little bit Detroit is nine twenty one against the spread in December games since the start at two thousand eleven I it's just a team that at this point the year seems to start to pack it up, but not to the extent where I would lay double digits on the road with the Rams team that has not been dominant. They're actually only four five and two against the spread the number seems about right? I don't think there's value on either side with echo everything Scott said, I don't love the game. Obviously, I think the Rams win. But the Rams have not been covering games at all lately, they are coming off a very very long rest period with the by week. But I ten is high in the lions just one of these weird teams that this is well give you a good effort at an aware. And then cover Detroit is one of Gary's teams we now go to his other team coming off of lovely game in San Diego. The Arizona Cardinals. Now, go into Green Bay Packers are giving fourteen two touchdowns to the pathetic cardinals total forty four and a half. Scott does the number scale you for teen. Yeah. With the team that is as below average as the Packers are I mean, this is a four six one team straight up and against the spread. The cardinals have faced a pretty difficult schedule. This is only the second road game for AirAsia this season against an opponent with a losing record first game. They won by double digits. Yes. It was forty nine. But they won by double digits on the road as an underdog AirAsia eight one against the spread when coming back to back losses since the start last season. I wouldn't play the game. If I had to make a pick. I would take the cardinals because I think it's way too many points for green be agreed team that is just mediocre and to me I don't think you can take the Packers lay fourteen in this game. Gary big effort by your cardinals last week. How do you see going down this? This is wonderful week. Jimmy, I get to pick my lines. Ed my cardinals. Yeah. I I like the cardinals covering this one. I don't know what's going on with the defense. I don't know why they were that bad last week. It's not an untalented defense, and you know, for any of you who read the QB's content this week. And you know, that's that's words on the internet. We did a lot of peace on the Packers. And how disjointed they are offensive Lii. And it's it's for real they they are. I don't think it's right. This year. I think it's gonna it's gonna be a while before they. They are what they were three or four years ago. They got to get those rookie receivers up to speed is just not gonna happen overnight. So cardinals hanging you do have to give the cardinals. They did force Philip rivers into an incomplete bats. I, you know, the corals defense has been one of you know, I thought they maybe they haven't been that bad. But that was that was roughly week I the it's basically the Packers. I know they have I Rogers, but they just don't seem to to go Aaron Aaron Jones at all as the as the focal point there. And it's it's very interesting. What's going on with that offense? I will not touch this game at all fourteen is high. I wouldn't be shocked Faraz on a covered won't be shocked. If they got blown out. I I don't know where you would begin to go at this game. Not not anything. I'd go near this game..

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"fourteen seconds" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen seconds" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"That's the key. Because all the way up to that point one minute and fourteen seconds. She were thinking, wait a minute. She got back in her Mercedes Benz. Oh, Lord won't you give me a Mercedes Benz? Then she was driving away. And the cop was not justified in shooting someone driving away. But then we find out. Nope. She's got that white Mercedes and she's aiming right for that Cup. Ager and almost hit him. Officer shot six or seven times. Now, some of the small business owners in this little corner of town wanna know if that woman was armed, and if there was any other way to de escalate this situation. People are stupid. Let's do this every person in that bit in this clip that wonders well was there something else we could have done to de-escalate the situation. I have another suggestion. I'm full suggestions tonight. Why don't we take all of them? The split them in a confined area like a car lot. This book will do. We'll go out to Mike words, but I don't want any shoot up Maserati or McLaren. But we'll we'll we'll find a car lot somewhere. We'll find some you know, used car lot. And we'll put a couple of people out there. And then we'll have somebody get into white Mercedes because we went to be realistic just like this, and we'll have start gun and chasing them down. And see what they do. And then again, we can take a look, you know, we we got a lot of people who I think are probably gonna just wet wet themselves. When something like that happens Hastings, Minnesota. Officer involved shooting. Just south of the metro in Hastings Edwards is live where it happened with some new information from police this morning. Right now, the city of Hastings is calling this a police incident and a brief update on the city website says that is the lead agency leading this investigation and that at some point later this morning, we should be getting a statement from the BBC. A in the meantime, though, our sources confirmed that a man is dead that an officer or officers were involved and that the man's body was somewhere here in this general area on the street at walnut and fifteenth. You know, how I like to mock? Local news. Because of uncomfortable. Friday, don't you think Angie when we're sitting in the local news station where I had a Twitter fight with somebody over the weekend. T- think he'll be there? I hope he is. Are you kidding, Mr. passive aggressive here? I'm gonna hunting down. I'm gonna go finding. Make sure you may be my head to do a little Facebook live. Don't confront me run away and hide behind your Twitter feed. Don't do that no surgery. But here we are. We're thirty eight seconds almost forty seconds into this sound bite. I would challenge any of you to tell me anything about this story. Anything? We have a police incident, which I'm assuming the cops shot somebody. We don't know where who don't even think about the five ws who win. Boy, nothing. Thirty eight seconds of airtime. We don't know squat which is not far from this church. Resurrected it's on a street. Sounds like Dr four doesn't it? Well. Yeah. Shooting occurred somewhere was on this street somewhere by a church. We're not quite sure what happened or when it happened. But we're sure something happened United Methodist get me in trouble. Was that does that that brewed inconsiderate bite me church here and Hastings, but we also want to show you this video.

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"fourteen seconds" Discussed on FinTech Insider

FinTech Insider

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen seconds" Discussed on FinTech Insider

"We'll start with tied tied has rebranded and has launched new car design and is now authorized as an electronic money institutions so what i like about this tide wants to liberate customers from banking admen and everything else they don't want to be doing when running their businesses they claim to have account open within two minutes fourteen seconds list besides just really really really specific a little note here from producer minutes not months quite like that and actually probably quite symbolic of what is going on in the incumbent space here and they've also launched team cards which allows small businesses medium businesses to give up to thirty five colleagues tied card and then the ploy can employer contract the employees spending from within the what do we think about this yeah i love it i think i the designs gray she seen it they've flipped the card so instead of having a horizontal car they've got a vertical card to reflect how people use payment 'cause because you look into machine you tap it and the the design is very clean all the details are on the back the logo in the center and it looks really really fresh and if you think about the things you carry around in your pocket as your phone keys and she water and you pull out the card and it looks like something that is desirable or that begs clusive go fact monzo all over again but isn't it weird how called design is now so important the collins used to be like his the thing with the logo of the bank that you're with on it now it his the way you differentiate how customer wants to signal to the society what they stunned foot isn't this something that the fintech of picked up on that.

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"fourteen seconds" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen seconds" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I listen i'll tell you one person that's extremely happy right now besides a lotta closest but my boy sam he's in my wedding i one of my best friends is loving this right now donald score doorbell launches the three it's an air ball florida state with the rebound thirty seconds to play the florida state chat is ringing in the background there's not as many far to stay fans here is the rock in sakha but you could hear them now foresters dribbles at midcourt game clock at twentyfive shot clock at ten congratulations wall along the florida state bench high fives at some of the bench players getting a chance to now check in violated by the seminoles one of the bench players tool could all and not tied jersey shorts yeah took the jersey nets justin lindor so lenders in the ballgame gonzaga went bound fourteen seconds left plot winds down ten seconds nine seconds well the surprise of the ncaa tournament kingston you this time here in the west region has the florida state seven become just the fifth number nine c to advance to the elite eight as they surprise gonzaga by a final score of seventy five to sixty the last time it happened was two thousand thirteen that was wichita state but leonard hamilton's team continues to rise to the the victory veered tonight's it looks like a quiet celebration for the seville's but what's left as far as this nineteen thousand plus disappointed bulldog's fans but all host of happy barda state fan blade that seminoles outplay the bulldogs you're talking about thirty eight to twenty two points in the pain cop out the nineteen assists for florida state compared to seven for the bulldogs getting to the free throw line making the place but also converting when they had opportunities in the fast break perspective fourteen two nine it was plays that were left on the table by gonzaga not being able to convert over some well played defensive plays while let's check the final steps to fight which choirs helped give far to state the edge of their win today brought to you by castro if you up maximum performance from your car you could use it edge castrol edge castrol edge is titanium strong for mac engine performance eighteen points for tearing span trent forest seven points.

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"fourteen seconds" Discussed on LI News Radio

LI News Radio

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen seconds" Discussed on LI News Radio

"Starts in late 2015 '16 season both went past sixty minutes he became a first nhl goaltender in history to place first starts beyond sixty near nicoletti of abasov win and be early one nothing lead just two minutes and fourteen seconds ahead not clean crazy solve win four the hours left side of the all bets if zone after the calgary icing and letting wait just a moment birth thinks the settle in front of mike smith and a couple of players there that are able to scream at fminor quitting count quarter of key ceases he gives poached driving hard towards the day and that just beat smith cleanly on the glove side off that posed you get here the paying an aide islanders with a onenothing lee just to fourteen at the game but red you talked about the phase of when it was zeke is cleanly beating mark jankowski on the left out rightback diletti lety at the blue line and next wrister through a maze of bodies finds the back of the match on the second shot of the game the is the one nothing lease organ mike smith in golput cowdery has employed in a month since he suffered a lower back injury in brooklyn that your worry xi in the final one point one second near boy took a sharp or my point stores from a love so generally did it from the right and just like that it's lovely new york i'm not sure what mike smith was doing there he was on the far side of his net but putted from the near side as horses fifth of the season smith just look a little shaky after not getting at a nhl time for the last month puk rims around the board's farside quarter and boy chuck shot actually does the plucked off a stick of flame top all be roy circle but smith was going all the way towards the farsighted just completely open up at the inside post and just looked like he was flailing for the park with his glove completely misses i hit back tobacco's for the outer stop pairing on the blue eyes gay teens seconds apart come the goals for the islanders so the team of.

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"fourteen seconds" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen seconds" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Block surrey for truck here today green valley inbounded to the basket fourteen seconds on the shot clock whatever conversation had kids temperatures had with the official they're both laughing quite a bit political joke or something maybe greece it right walk jumper no good off the abounds rebound lynn davis went into the forecourt saddiqui variant syrian dravid right said goes water bill hosted the one third the daca quasi gets to go down four quick points for buried seven and a half points they replaced lee 1917 about dairy no one's what i'll tell you what folks ample within the walking time he hit again over the defender in rail it in greece elbow rights that with a thirteen to shoot up dorsey now walked websi back the dorsey writes that learning of land though fire an offbalance shot from eighteen feet away straightaway no good rebound kerry murray nice defencerelated time forcing a very upset spencer's gadet what baseline fires and eighteen footer no good the rebound by lawfeyn rainbow who is molly steals little way from behavior poked the ball away from war walton seeing their it's got an hour to the forecourt and during his past as not that abounds into those expensive wound juice the come with free continent that must remain on the table here the dealt with one remodeled second up regularly nice complex appointed mutated back in check he gets his first brutal the night as well as markets more checks becky in for when it's they tend to go the have mateen seventeen lawyers trying to have some fun out here tonight on a very long day smudge a free throw line jumper turnaround is good george gets on the board a lot of confidence in that stroke from george sponsor a senior from.

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"fourteen seconds" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen seconds" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Take a look at the groundwork that the outgoing governor has laid for his successor enazi i brain so here's one fourteen second clip of the governor uh talking about one good thing he's done uh in the in the area of health care and that is dealing with the opioid epidemic i challenge you ask you to pass groundbreaking legislation immediately and you did but we're still using too many of our citizens disease but now we're taking concrete steps to try to turn back the tide of death and suffering one good thing yeah and it an hour and a half speech that might be the one place ids i agreed with him and i think this is his track record and what he accomplished on health even more broadly than on addiction is good and that's one of the stories we'll have next week is about the fact that it will you know he expanded medicaid which many republican governors did not do and he threw hillary was it was optional uh under a supreme court ruling about obamacare governors did not have to expand medicaid uh very few republican governors did chris christie did expand that eligibility to give more people ensured yet he was at a moment where he was being squeezed by his presidential and national ambitions and his need to get reelected in 2013 our team and he did what by all accounts was the right thing it not only did a half a million low income new jersyans get access to healthcare which for a lot of people who have addiction issues um that you know medicaid is paying for their treatment um and then but he also would i was surprised to learn when i was reporting this story is that um health policy people say that he actually implemented obamacare well his health department implemented obamacare well and that new jersey already had a regulatory system in place that made the exchange's strong and that new jersey has had a better experience with obamacare than many states because of that listeners it would be silly for us to try to take a poll on uh you know what grade would you give governor christie for his full two terms i think we know over the the many segments uh what a lot of you would say but how 'bout the best thing that he did and the worst thing that he did you.

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"fourteen seconds" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen seconds" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"And short and pithy will give him too you can have been sick one show order here and now he was a big bucket laters artistry maury pull up shelter truth kano and they get it done defensively fourteen seconds carried an a three handing out no good news and then he's fowler and and just before they stormed the corner over there at the rim bell the freemen holed dribbled out down to go for the first time since january eleven increase feed what would have heard ogura away team and students stormed the court here final score seventy will of all sixty jerry all over it on top of things over the great job jerian by the way steve steve michael right does amazing jaw wanted an unbelievable job that he has done over already at rutgers just getting this thing turned around and making them legit and other gear easy to haul and your court in this situation dads with jeff good for him a good for rutgers and good for you a great when guerrillas from the place said it was over eighty three hundred people there it holds eight thousand and it was priming you clinton csc has hopefully he's got this thing going it seems like he's got a new dawn in the right direction although the way the kids looked in the in the replaced and stuff just the how they stormed the court later on of the they were down nine with six minutes to go and he calls time out after seeing all in on a 9'0 run after they came back to tie calls time out and things change and a win said wonder when he said on the rest of the way i have no idea guys don't know the answer those great was actually a lot of fun on saturday man's got legitimate basketball being played the rack and that's good canada over how it sounded like there are about twenty thousand people that is loud yes good basketball being played in that building it's it's i don't want i'm not saying it's dukhan cameron endure i get alert is a great atmosphere though and really what is what are you want you want teams that are winning and that's exactly what pikal sides it's a great building tell yet fund miller of on saturday of rumours of iowa l seen hall playing well st john's nine into they beat i only yesterday y'all said.

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"fourteen seconds" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen seconds" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Nuggets have missed six for six or the floor they're out to a sixpoint lead in the celtics were the first ones to call a timeout smart has it on a high left side jump shots on weighed in for three beicai read irving in back the other way come the denver nuggets jamal murray has it on the left side over to gerry harris harris has a ball kicked out of bounds that'll be denver basketball on the side in the shot clock be reset for a fourteen seconds for denver xiaomi old jellies checked in during the time out here for the celtics i right side is gary here's he goes to the left hand gets in the paint riverside layup is up good rebound tapped and grabbed by brown outlook pass on the high left side marcus smart it's moving pick victim air base that are stepping to drive down the lane bank shot is up in it for small lead cut down to one on a four nothing run by the celtics out of a timeout and baggio the way comes denver topped accused mason plumlee israel's of back door cutters kerry harassed got cut off by oats jali though can't shoot does a leftsided murray catch at gully off his up it is a bt to write off the dribble it got to the rack 16 to thirteen nuggets lead by three isla cited skyreach reader gets a baid's pick those who left hand pick and roll they travel goal whistle monitors off it is that was clearly three steps sixteen to fifteen ruggedly done to one top of the key is mesa globally bomi throws a back over to ferry heresy beat karina drive it is rightside chandler three that was too strong long rebound comes out to baid's at opd whose coachella these across its online rightside aci read that vega jumper kyw read platinum throw it away good anticipation by lyles lyles drives right over cairo whistle and a foul call on urbi gutsy cold weather cruciate bills guenter go against a superstar on his home warrior earth who long denver basketball decide shot clock still a twenty circuits inbound goes to mason plumlee rightside.

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"fourteen seconds" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen seconds" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Selectquote sub putting off getting life insurance he's been re he's been ripping musk for being all on lastly earned do anything that is because the get me from orlando miami fourteen seconds wednesday going to happen you criticizing someone else for being all thought is amazing that guys actually boring millions upon billions of dollars into research and make us more evolved than all you do is find the ways the kurds wasted as money goes nothing's evolving everything's the same that i mean if it is guide so it's just stays the same you'd nothing for freedom and who was at the beginning with a bill of brian who said the got together not stay the same the one year to fix jared golf i mean gaza gee i seriously must be talking about this train against me from orlando down to work here if fourteen seconds for seven years in a one year to fix not even a year and offseason girlie two bigs early to did the fix girl he fixed the entire team four games fix the rams must still whiten what am i going to mars must out day there we go don't forget you can hear more of my sauce dan an h2 weekdays starting at ten eastern on espn radio aeneas m you where'd paintings come found uh well of mining marina rockinger still like oh well you see what there's a mommy and a data rates and see when they call geico they could save a bunch of money on car insurance oh nigeria fabric some happy yes that make them very happy apps yeah well i'm glad we can have this talk sunshine kyko because saving fifteen percent or more on car insurance is always a great answer don lemon tarred tie see a little silhouette oof of a man stone god's scam this scam ounce to santa account vcc these limits our show with they still god's only is pm radio espn radio is presented by progressive insurance guest on the dan laboratory joe appear via the shell pennzoil performance line here's your sports our update monday night football tonight washington heads to arrowhead stadium to play the chiefs.

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"fourteen seconds" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

1070 The Fan

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen seconds" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

"All sides deepest ended its staff spotted artillery regard third devon white the linebacker sir down fourteen seconds to go before half threatening silver's slowing and indeed incomplete mccormick was down there the hondris douglas was who've neighborhood seven seconds to go before the half and his fourth down there you've got to take a shot at the end zone here in is actually one fourth down here are you said it's gonna be the last play i don't want put it because they were trying to come at you with the punt lastplay play just throw it up at the end zone slow held mary sent warning time on the clock the y mosleh write it down he's inside already so you drop back by a little bit of time and just throw it as far as you can three receivers to the rights on the veneer side tens play the series so the reason the last play of the half full truck it over the middle extract and then jumped twenty yard line his john johnston and that's gonna be the way the fully staff comes to him seven nothing ally shoot trails at home to troy half the half those who are in the first thing college station between south carolina and taxes saying i have a wall the fate of seven nothing taxes stack ucf after she got an interception of riley ferguson a memphis drug sixteen is seven down in ten from now on the bush path oh my gosh mike in mike let's bring still got st on that topic i do have an actual takeover of the woods in all this day was confirm what i thought he'd going on in gallagher have ludwig all along with tina said he was completely shocked by the news the guy has no idea what's going aghead his overall randy give me a break we're pitino knows everything that's going on had that eat immersed me had worked potato chip never coach and college basketball guy that 40s willis brad has connected and has close to this situation here as you can possibly be letting everyone in the spirit of death right now waiting for that call have there's been a lot of rumer of out where l via the eyes vanhoudt computer big bricked up who will start looking at measures bad actors incorrectly we've really bad at this point six seven norvald i've talked to a warm coat yourself.

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"fourteen seconds" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen seconds" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Corporate offs in chicago's sloop mayor emanuel announces later this morning it's bringing new new jobs along with that binch or possibly he says as many as two hundred new luke jobs the offices being established on fourteen for it to twenty seven west monroe now wgn sports at dave in it thank you very good morning hard to imagine a worse ending to the first half than the cubs endured the pittsburgh pirates sent them reeling at the all star break jake scoring ten runs in the first innings six the modern to chase john lester the cubs fourteen two three r i really don't know i don't know what to say to make it better to make it give your reason to early minutka speech herself it's embarrassing leicester was one of an array of cubs who made the all star game last year this year there's only one as the stars gather in miami while the cubs set five and a half games out of i and two games under 500 the white sox nearly we got no hid in their last game before the break and they were beaten about as badly as the cubs and nothing in denver were rockies rookie kyle free led added nohitter through eight and a third innings before melki cabrera last two solid single in that i socks only hit of the day they are eleven under at the break and tonight miami it's the whole run derby with eight sluggers competing including the defending chap the marlins giancarlo stanton dave wgn sports the.

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