19 Burst results for "Girona"
"girona" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast
"I'm your host Kamala Murray, and we are here with one of the most instrumental guys in Americans, men's tennis. He's a USTA national coach, cultivated 2020 Olympic team during the COVID Olympics. He and I coach the player. We all know and love, Sloane Stephens. He's coach Marty fish. Query touched just about everybody on the men's side. We're here with the legend, David Lincoln, David. Thanks for coming to the show. Well, thanks for having me, come on. Pleasure. So when I look at you, I first got to know you when I was training in Carson doing the off season. And you'd be on the other side training with the guys and we'd see the guys just shuffle in and out, right? And I remember initially thinking, wow, that looks like a lot of fun. You know, you got guys ballot out playing points where the women sort of kept to themselves, right? They kind of have their own sort of routine and not necessarily this good old boys kind of club where we're hanging out working out. I was like, man, that looks like some fun stuff one day. So tell us, would you also coached on the women's side? So tell us about the opportunity you've had to work with and touch almost all American men. Well, I started with the USDA in 2004 as a national coach was given a great opportunity and also that was on the men's side and typically with the training center west ad in LA. We've just been lucky to have great weather and a lot of players and I remember starting with Sam Querrey, I think when he is probably the first young pro, called a transitional pro we started working with that lived in Los Angeles. He is from Thousand Oaks, started driving down when he was in high school. You know, we had so many guys that were younger, you know, Marcus girona's 14 mighty fish moved here from LA when he got married to his wife, Stacey, we had Stevie Johnson in college at USC Bradley clan coming down from Stanford, Jared donelson had moved back from Argentina. And just to name a few. So we had great energy with guys Jack sock gave it a brief stone.
"girona" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The club will be looking at the contract situation of goalkeeper David de hay whose current deal ends at the end of the season with Old Trafford holding a one year option. The 31 year old has 5 clean sheets so far this season, and he's making 375,000 pounds per week, which makes the hea the high speed keeper in the world. Arsenal remains atop the Premier League table at the dominating win over bottom dweller nodding in forest 5 mil. A Manchester United leapfrog's over Chelsea for 5th place in the league table with a one zero win over West Ham. In La Liga, Real Madrid stays unbeaten in the league with a one all draw versus girona to take a one point lead over Barcelona in the league table while in Syria, A.C. Milan loses at Torino two to one. Lazio falls to salernitana three to one while Atlanta shuts out Emily to nil. Week 8 Sunday of the NFL season as a patriots force three Zach Wilson interceptions to beat the jets in New York 22 to 17. The snap the jets four game winning streak Giants, meanwhile, loses the Seahawks 27 to 13, commanders win on the road Nicole 17 to 16 while the forty-niners dominate the rams 31 to 14. In other action, the eagles remain the only undefeated team in the league after 35 to 13 win over the Steelers. Finally, a big matchup on going on Sunday Night football as a 5 in one bills are currently hosting the three and four packers. Buffalo has won three straight games all green bays in the midst of a three game losing streak. And the schwarzman that your Bloomberg world sports op aid. Markets, headlines, and breaking news, 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business flash. Yeah, it's bitter by three quarters of 1% great now to broad based rally pretty much every sector is higher in terms of stocks leading the charge. Up 7.6%, perhaps not surprising since we've heard the news Russia pulled out of a deal to allow crops from Ukraine to move from the Black Sea to countries that need them. Elsewhere we are seeing similar broad based rallies, though, the Nike better by 1.1% of the topics up by 1% South Korea's cost be lagging a bit behind, but still bitter by it. A third of 1% right now, we will have markets in Hong Kong and China opening at the bottom of the hour. Also the bottom of the hour we are waiting on China PMI numbers for the month of October, manufacturing PMI, seeing moving back into contractually contracting territory according to a Bloomberg survey that a 49.8 non manufacturing PMI slightly better just still an expansionary territory at 50.1 as I say we will have those numbers for you in about 12 minutes time. Also later on we'll have the GDP numbers out of Hong Kong expecting to see modest growth for the third quarter to the tune of 1.3% although still negative territory on year. In terms of current currency is a big part and still the U.S. dollar looking like the only game in town, one 48 21 against the Japanese yen, and if we take a look at the offshore yuan 7 28 right now, we did hear from the PBOC governor Yi gang a little earlier, vowing to keep that grand stable for as long as possible and the monetary policy in China will remain normal for the foreseeable. In terms of monetary policy, big week on the agenda, we're going to have great decisions from the fed, the Bank of England, and the reserve bank of Australia as well. But for now, that is your market update. Let's get a check of global news at Baxter's in San Francisco. Ed. All right, Paul, thank you, Luis
"girona" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"More than half of enterprises think they need a complete supply chain revamp. They're fed up with massive hits to revenue, profits, and reputation. Thinking the same can help. Hundreds of Fortune 500 and global 2000 enterprises count on GE software to transform their supply chains for greater agility and resilience, with complete visibility and better control. GE, software, strategy, managed services. This is Bloomberg daybreak Asia. It's a quarter past the hour now, time for a check of sport from around the world. Here's Dan schwarzman. Thanks, Brian. Arsenal remains atop the Premier League table to dominating win over bottom dweller Nottingham fars 5 mill at Emirates as reefs Nelson scores a brace for the Gunners. Elsewhere Manchester United leapfrogs over Chelsea for fourth place in the league table, but the one zero winner of a West Ham at Old Trafford behind a Marcus Rashford goal in the 38th minute. In La Liga, Real Madrid stays unbeaten in the league with a one wheel drive versus girona to take a one point lead over Barcelona in the league table while in Syria, A.C. Milan loses at Torino two to one, Lazio falls to salernitana three to one while Atlanta shuts out empire to nil. Manchester United manager Eric ten hug says the club will look at the contract situation of goalkeeper David de Gea, whose contract ends at the end of the season with Old Trafford holding a one year option. The 31 year old has 5 clean sheets so far this season, but he's making 375,000 pounds per week making the hair the high-speed keeper in the world. We gave Sunday the NFL season as the Patriots forced three Zach Wilson interceptions to beat the jets in New York 22 to 17 to snap the jets four game winning streak. The Pats improved to four and four while the jets dropped to 5 and three. With the wind New England coach Bill Belichick passes short halas for the second most wins in league history with 325. Elsewhere the Giants are battling the Seahawks in Seattle, the commanders are on the road to colts on the forty-niners are playing at the rams. Finally a big matchup on Sunday Night football has a 5 in one Buffalo Bills are hosting the three and four Green Bay Packers. I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports op game. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business out and at Bloomberg quick take. This is a Bloomberg business line. Well, we all like it to be a really hot on the heels of the big games we saw on Friday here in Asia with that, of course, so the major indices in the U.S. all essentially rising by more than two and a half percent or just about two and a half percent. You've got equity futures in this part of the world pointing to gains as we get to begin a pivotal week for markets that look like you see interest rate decisions from central banks, including the Federal Reserve and the Bank of England. Now, contracts for these are features or benchmark shares in Japan and Hong Kong and Australia all on the way up after that rally on Wall Street and it was a very good day for tech companies in particular after Apple managed to sway some of the concerns and some of the wobbles we've been seeing in that particular industry group. Traders in Asia also be watching for China's official PMIs this session that projected to show recovery, perhaps the recovery struggling to gain much traction, as far as foreign exchanges get the dollar making some small advances against most major
"girona" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"A little bit more. I really want when you're gonna give me some time to remember who you remember. My motor up 'cause it's open up a light shirt on a hill give it up such a dirty but I was getting up all the time but the other times I ain't ready I won't my girlfriend. A little closer we are close to nothing looking my eyes are on us keep spinning up mystery just to make running down the length of my flight girona give it up such an early run I would give it up for me I'll see you every night. My mother fights your own my motherfucking happy. When you come to me just to me is it just a matter of time to heal to destiny destiny or is it just a game in my mind you should not miss the moment but even such a dirty but I would give it up for the first time I ever.
"girona" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"But i i have my schedule through december ago now racing europe. Some really excited about and then yeah. I'm talking to some routines and that will obviously shape kind of what next year looks like for me specifically but in general like i said i'm i'm i'm committed to this project. I'm really excited about it. And i love racing the track and so that alone will make it a worthwhile experience to like kind of go all in on this thing and so yen. This sound clip this one sound clip right here and we'll post it in two thousand twenty four picks in paris. I may have to pay another one hundred million or whatever it was to get you on the first time too. I think it was in our contract that you can leave sound quits around six. We'll call man. Well one question though before before. I let you roll classic question in and i know you listen to podcasts a few times but i bet you didn't take the time to think about this question but if you have a cup of coffee with one individual who would that individual be dead or alive how you take your coffee and why would you have a cup of coffee with individual. I wanna tell this story really big. It's funny it's in the and crew molasses. Well when you first started discussing. You mentioned that. I listened to the podcasts which i do shit i i do. But the recent life. This is funny. Because i texted to one time i was like man like to a really good job with the podcast and now is purely on me like senior social media presence like seeing that you had microphone and headphones and like just here in little clips on your stories and stuff and i could tell like the quality of the sound and everything was quite good and i like yeah like i just wanted to just some love and i like really. You're doing a good job. And if i had listened to one i listened to. Tj is smart. But you're like oh yeah like appreciate it man. Which one's your favorite the one with dan. Begum i'll hasn't been released yet. Boy i pretty much. I pretty much. I released like a little clip. And i think i was releasing it in like two weeks and you responded off the damn bigham thing and i like well. I haven't released that podcast yet. But i'm glad you enjoyed it. It's it's really funny because it's like i don't. I don't know who my listeners are. 'cause like i have a have analytics and i look at all the analytics and people listen like i see it like government out of bounds network like through listenership. But whenever i talk to my friends just like yeah. I don't know i don't listen to it at all Sorry and it's it's no hard feelings. I get it. I mean actually. I got made fun of lost some friends over the podcast. Because i got bashed on so hard because it's annoying which i understand. It's not like i'm turning into blogger. Something just trying to have fun on a podcast man but anyways now that you're an avid listener and supporter of the podcast. You're what is it. I haven't gotten like a dumb name for my listeners. Yet like you know how people like call each other. Like i don't know like coffee heads or some shit i haven't done. I haven't done that yet. And i don't think i'll ever get there but now that you're a coffee head. You can have a cup of coffee with one individual who would that be man dead or alive and how would you take your coffee Well snap reaction is lebron james..
"girona" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"Realize that i had this experience this year. That if you don't belong it's certainly not a place you want to be like. I don't wanna be world tour because it's cool to be world tour. I only want to be world tour. Because i'm good enough to be world during and and i have the belief that if i become goodness Than than it will work out the novel my way if i deserve to be there i'll find my way there and it'll be awesome because i belong there asking somebody i know i wanna do. But if it's something where i'm like teetering on the edge and like all like i kind of walk into contracts because of this results or something I i.
"girona" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"How good i have it right. Yeah maybe maybe it's not so much of a mask like 'cause i mean you hear a lot about that with like i mean suicides and stuff like that and depression and you hear a lot like your everybody's like we never knew like that person was always super super stoked like that person was always super happy. I mean i remember when you reached out to me I don't know it was like may or something like that and like honestly that that was when i was starting to feel like you're feeling you know i was like i'm in the best place i've ever been like. You know like yeah. I don't have a national team. Yeah i don't have a team like. But i have this podcast. I have myself like i have my wife. I have you know. I have a goal like a thing that i'm chasing like i'm gonna give it one more good crack and you know and then you reached out to me and i'm not gonna lie like part of like the shitty dude in me was like man. This kid's bitching about living in girona grayson for race for action. Like i have just gotten over you know being content with myself. I'm not getting paid. I'm not you know. I'm not at the highest level that i think i deserve to be at and where i wanna be at and it's like oh i haven't gotten the opportunity and it's like it's it's interesting you know they don't meet your heroes and it always dives back to back to like Some people that i've ridden with in the past that. I looked up to and that actually did six days with and i always like when i was your age i would always be like man. I wish i was that guy. And then you meet them. You get to know them and then you realize that guy has the same issues that i have just on a grander different scale. You gotta and you've probably you've probably seen some of that even at a younger age when you're like i want to go the olympics for skiing. And then you meet these olympians who get comfortable around you and you're like oh i don't wanna be like that. I don't have those feelings like yeah would love to go to the olympics. But you seem pretty bummed dude. You know what i'm talking about. Yeah tell will. I mean to me like that's actually the coolest part of what we're doing so i think it's an opportunity the sort of sorted out and learn that like really. It's all a joke right like we. We ride bikes We might think we for some other reason. But it's the most fulfilling when we do it for us and no one announced right like exactly. We're not Longley we're not saving lives. You know what. I mean like Yes maybe you could eventually get good enough that you could make some real change in the world but there's probably easier more effective ways to make that change than to dedicate your life to cycling united john and that's not to say that it's not valid like i. I'm one hundred percent committed to being the best cyclist can't regardless of the result. And i think that's totally valid but it's only valid because i want to and that's it it's it's simply a game. We play that same with skiing. It's the same with olympians. Said i skied with. Were the world champions. I skied with. It's the same with cyclists that we ride with the like the world champions tour defense champions like it's just it's just a game we play at the day and once it becomes something far more than that than i think. You're missing out And unfortunately i think that's the case for a lot of people..
"girona" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"It's just a challenge at this point and To be honest like on the roads. I didn't have a very good year right. I spent most of it. Forty pounds heavier than my race weight. Which is a chain. Yeah i remember. I remember you. You texted me your weight and your almost like do. Don't tell anybody. And i was like i. Secure lying like this is There's no way like you're almost as much as i do like. There's no way that you've gotten this and it didn't he. You couldn't even tell that was the other thing too. Well i mean you kind of tell but it wasn't like it wasn't like he didn't look like me you know like it was. It was an insane. So when i heard that like i was i was i just couldn't comprehend it. Yeah i guess you're lucky you didn't see me up person at the time because I'm laughing at myself like out. Tell people because anyone that would've laid eyes on me in person with it like is But yeah like i wasn't i wasn't training is very unfit I was living in girona. And i was just going from shop to shop like binge eating Medicating with food was basically what i was doing. And you can get into the signs that but basically mike. It's like the little hit of dopamine but mostly serotonin that i was getting from food was like the only thing that made me feel something and while i was miserable doing it and i knew i shouldn't have been doing it and i hated myself for it. Chemically felt great. Right like i'm sure it's no different than any other So is eating a bunch of a bunch of weight. Then my life turned around in june and all of a i was sort of free to fly unfortunately is still forty pounds overweight unfit and naturally that takes time to correct and i've made a ton of progress since then like physiologically..
"girona" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"So. I i also really liked the route and thursday seeing a little bit on the road at the beginning and then Sort of the last year the team pursue program. I was racing for by generation. Conti team in so that way like getting the rates in asia cert- doing uci races on the road and that was awesome because that showed me that even though yeah wasn't As high of a level of competition On the track like showed me like. Oh this is actually something you really like something you wanna do and then in In july of twenty and nineteen At a super dumb crash and crew is quite dramatic dramatic. I'm still broke out. I broke two vertebrae my back. One in my neck two stitches and yeah in so that basically ended my participation on the team pursuit team and so The next year would have been twenty. Twenty and i was planning on focusing more on the road as especially with where that fell in the olympics. Cycle and I also wanted to develop that side of cycling. I think it'd be good for Lo and behold kovic cave-in. We didn't rise pretty much at all. And then and then i got super lucky ended up on huggins. Bourbon action For the twenty twenty one season which Like 'cause you know. If i was axel and i'm just like i don't know axel but like i just see him like i would see. His e mails be like over flooded with kids. Like you and talent like you like the. You're right on the cusp. And like you can be something great. And he's got kids all over the world right you know. It's not even just the us and so you break your back. And somehow he believes in the fact that you can bounce back from this at such yet you know. I don't know how how ended up being mea. I sent an email in I don't know probably mayor something. Just like lobbying prayer. I didn't have any expectations of even a and sure enough. I did Somehow knew i was. I think When i was younger we also talked a little bit. And it wasn't the right time but Yeah he was aware of who i was and i think i had Some very strong references Jamila fisher i was talking to him about me But yeah. I don't know i think i honestly don't know what tipped him off to be like He wants to have me on the team. it helps. I'm american but.
"girona" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"Wouldn't have gone priced out. But i think like i said i was as rarely happier content When is actually racing. Don't get me wrong like i. I still love the act of skiing and the thought of training. Gs which is one of the events is like great to have dreams about like ripping st. turns and stuff but by the end i was just as almost always miserable and i actually had a good year as not and so That alone tells you something when you're succeeding in like reaching your goals not having fun Dive back a little bit too because like you know you talk about because like i still think you're like one of the wisest dudes i know like in your probably one of the youngest team i've ever had like. You're like one of the wisest teammates i've ever had but you're also one of the youngest teammates i've ever had and so like some of the questions you have like i forget your age like you'll ask me questions like what we're out in europe or like when we were you would ask for advice or something like that relationship wise or whatever right and i would forget how i would forget how young you're so like dive back a little bit of like what school system that you are in because you're like at a ski school like it wasn't like your normal high school in vale which i don't even know if they have those very small town but i assume they do but you know what i mean but like you. Were you like ski. Highschool like we're like yeah yeah. Went to ski academy from the time is in sixth grade. And so What that looks like is the whole idea is to cater to athletics specifically in this case. Alpine ski racing There's also other sports at my school like freestyle skiing and snowboarding and nordic yeah So it was structured pretty much like normal school in the fall and then once november one came around and you could start skiing in colorado Are scheduled shifted so our school. They didn't even start until after one o'clock and so he trained every with like they'll over club And then went to school from one to five basically and then.
"girona" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"So i was. I was really keen on that kind of sparked a fire for me like oh. Yeah like this sunday. I explorer like online try racing in europe. Like maybe this is something. I could do Teen or was that in to having the two thousand and so i was sixteen. Fifteen sixteen s It never quite worked out at first And i was like all right like Fear i still love st rising sounds pretty sweet to me and then later had idea like oh maybe maybe could try the track like bedroom And i had no intentions of racing ever but in my own or particularly my dad's mind he is the one that had idea. But it'd be something fun if be knew it'd be a way to stay on the bike but Something i can kind of explore without pressure in the interesting and it would probably be better. Training for ski racing just shorter more. Explosive efforts like that Quickly once i started doing that i fell in love. It also got noticed. guided till usa cycling camp. And this is where we'll compare the states of skiing and cycling at the time but soon after that Within within a few months after that original usa cycling camp I had opportunity to as of eighteen year old be paid to be a cyclist on the national team whereas that same year i qualified for the national team in scheme and i was going to have to pay thirty grand to be on the deep quite the difference. At that day i was i was. I was over skiing at built a time. Animosity into it. It wasn't fun is either sort of relieved if i did well or pissed off. I didn't but never actually really enjoy myself at the races. And so i. I would have made this decision to the cyclist anyway but as a eighteen year old that that Hey difference also made the decision. Pretty pretty simple. Yeah no that's that's actually kind of insane. 'cause you know one thing we bitch about in in cycling is just the natural pay is so low. Like it's it's it's so it's so low and so hard to get that money together and whatever else and so Yeah i i can only imagine if you know. I'm picturing jim miller coming to me and being like hey man you had a really great season. Like i think we're gonna put this program together and yet i'm going to ask all the guys for thirty thousand dollars. Yeah that to me would be nuts. Yeah totally unfortunately back then. It was the norm in st. And i think it's gotten better now Unfortunately i don't keep up with it as much as i should especially details like that but yet it's a it's a it's a tough world offense being I mean so. It's likely but could always guys be. Where or could be better or you could be professional. Soccer players get paid from time. We're eleven so. I don't know why don't know messing around with this. Yeah no i always always joke about it. Because it's like you know like now i have student loans and i have all these other things and and it's funny because like i feel like i feel like like i wouldn't be where i'm at today in cycling if it wasn't for college but i also could be doing the same thing i'm doing now like with the podcast with marketing with. You know some of the work that i'm doing with no college education and so it's really funny till i.
"girona" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
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"girona" Discussed on Wrestling With FanBoy Mark Jabroni's Ring Rust
"Something else. Newhart siege is I think i mentioned at the New cd players. We have won the new things. That what i noticed when i came. We'll look new cd players. So i mean works a little bit different than cd players. I'm used to. We used to having like fast forward. End skim buttons and rewind and stuff but there's an actual knob to do to go track track and then you i the dob to play it so it's just something i'm going to. Have you know how. I am knob. So you're listening to wrestling with bamboo girona during rust on dometic via various podcast distribution. Anyway like i tunes iheartradio radio and stick sherman. Whatever independ- it match paul white face cutie marchelle accompanied by neekam rutto and aaron solo which was whites ate debut match the former big show performed choke line from the top rope twin like kind of expected. He would not a bad thing. I guess really. Just be somewhat predictable. I suppose and in the main event kenny omega accompanied by down callous defended the awa world heavyweight championship against impact world heavyweight champion christian cage omega performed a one wing and angel from the top rope to win and retain the championship after the match. Kenny celebrated his win with callous. And he's allies the young bucks and the good brothers doc gallows and caroline nelson from impact wrestling before adam cole. Baby made his eight of you. Debuted to join them however just as they were getting comfortable. When they're smarmy he illness they would subsequently be interrupted by bryan danielson who was also making his awa debut. So bunch of debuts and people not quite understanding how music copyright works. I guess because on one going home ryan zine zone. 'cause y'all okay. Anyway i guess did they not ask europe directly. I suppose if they can get used. Its final countdown. I mean vision divine and did a find urging of the song. Did i play regularly here in ring. Rest because it's not that forty. But i guess opt play something else..
"girona" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"Your Samsung we are presented by the athletic. Today on the show, the man mourning the end of the Marc Gasol era in the NBA. It's John hollinger, our dear friend from over at the athletic, the senior writer who writes about literally everything that happens in the NBA. I feel like John, how you doing, man. Good morning, mate. I'm doing great. I'm not a 100% sure that this is the absolute end, I guess we'll see what happens. He's definitely going to be chilling in Spain for a while, though. Yeah, it's funny. I think that Mark had an underrated year last year with Los Angeles like I didn't certainly the Lakers underrated it. Yeah, I was gonna say, like, I didn't understand why they didn't play him more, maybe mark's body didn't allow for him to play more. I don't necessarily have an answer there. Maybe there's something I'm missing. And look, I think that he certainly is something of a defensive question mark at this point. Just in regard to mobility, but he is so good offensively just due to decision making and shooting that there's still a role for him if he wants it. It's a minimum contract worth it for market at this point, given how much money he's made and given his legacy. Yeah, no, I think the most logical thing for him to do is. Hang out for now, gross some awesome vegetables, maybe work out with pal and Barcelona, you know, run his, you know, he's got his own team that he's putting together in girona. And stay in shape and then, you know, what a lot of these veterans do. I mean, JJ Redick's doing the same thing, right? It's like, I'm not going to sign anything now. Let me see. Let me see how things are going in January. You can see if I can latch onto a contender in a role and then I'll come out of my shell. Yeah, I kind of love that move. I think that's really, really smart for Gasol, and if it is the end, I hope that he gets the recognition that he deserves. I mean, proverbial gun to your head. Is Marcus all Hall of Famer? So let's acknowledge that I'm extremely pious time this. I think probably yes. I mean, he was a first team all NBA player. Pretty important international contributions for Spain. Defensive player of the year, multiple all star, I would say that's a resume that doesn't make you a shoo in, but probably makes you more likely than not to get in. Yeah, to all NBA selections like you said a defensive player of the year award funny quirk was that he was second team all defense in the year that you won the defensive player of the year award, which was bizarre in many ways. Three time NBA all star obviously won a title in 2019 as a starting center with the Toronto Raptors. And like John said, just incredible international contributions to the NBA. Also, I mean, just unbelievable hair when he was playing with Verona. If you go to his Wikipedia page I just phenomenal flow on his hair, which has to be respected. I think, in some ways, for his Hall of Fame case. Or envied in my case. John, I'm right behind you on that. Milk it while you got it, man. I'm hanging on, but get that get that Mohawk right now because in a couple years, it's over baby. Oh man, it's funny, like my dad has had thinning hair for like the last 30 years that he's just kind of stayed the same and just continued to thin out. I'm hoping for that graceful transition, but I don't know, man. It feels like it's going pretty quick. It feels like it's going to end for me in a hurry and I'll be on that ball bandwagon with you soon. Shaved or bald is that what we're going with in your case, John. Well, I can yeah, I mean, it's basically bald, yeah. I mean, you can say, oh, I shaved it, so you can't tell. But like, yeah, there's nothing there. Yeah. I'm going to be right there with you, but this is not a Marc Gasol retrospective podcast as much as I'm sure you would enjoy that. This is a Ben Simmons podcast. We are gonna kind of break down everything that has to do with what is going on with Ben Simmons in Philadelphia because it is by far the biggest domino that is still left to fall before this upcoming NBA season. I think that that's absolutely correct, right, John. Yeah, totally. Yeah. Because, you know, people thought maybe there'd be a Lillard domino or a Beal domino. There's just not. And that domino may come into play as the season goes on, especially if those teams disappoint. But right now it's just not something that's in play. Yeah, that's the impression I get as well and certainly all of the public posturing says that. I think is fair to say from Tommy shepherd and niobe. So Ben is the biggest player left on the board. And I think in some ways that helps Philadelphia and I think in some ways it makes it less likely that an easy trade comes to the fore given that there are more is involved here and that Daryl is someone who will certainly hold out for the best deal. But before we kind of get into the machinations of what has been Simmons overall value, I think it's just worth defining what Ben Simmons is as a player at this point. And it's an obviously very tricky conversation. He is one of the let's say 5 best defenders in the NBA, maybe one of the best two to three best defenders in the NBA. I kind of think that I've kind of said this for a little while. I talked about it on the podcast last year with Derek bodner. I thought that Joel embiid when he was on the court was Philadelphia's best defensive player last year. I thought that he was certainly their most important. He protects the ram in such a ridiculous way. He's one of the few guys that can actually completely shut down the paint when playing a drop coverage scheme. Where do you kind of fall on the Joel versus Ben, you know, defensive value thing? Because I think they're very complimentary. And they certainly help each other's value, but I kind of just think that Joelle's ability on the interior is more valuable than what Ben brings. I mean, it sort of depends on I mean, it's so situational, right? Because you're asking me to do completely different things. And it depends on who the opponent is, too, because if you're, I think if you're playing against an opponent who is must switch, then you much rather have Ben Simmons and Joel embiid. But if you can play Joel embiid in a drop, yeah. I mean, he's gonna be awesome. So and having that guy who can just eliminate the paint or come close to it at least, yeah, then he does have more value. So pardon my non answer here, but it's so situational between them. And I think it's a hard day. I mean, the one thing we see with Ben Simmons is that the playoffs, right? They increase his defensive value, but man do they truck as offensive value? So yeah, let's talk about Ben in the regular season first and then in the playoffs. So in the regular season, Ben is something like a top 5 defender in the NBA. He has made an all NBA team on the third team in 2020. Obviously.
"girona" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots
"Because you know the app you can wars or whatever. Girona shut invested humid shit. You got some shit show now jokes every aggie but the same way. Waxing kohl's view line to eighty say. This is the first time saying about bunch call. That's looking at each other. it's always he say a cold. Sore damn gets monthly. Tolstoy says beach mayor. Liar you're alive. This is murder your last time. I got one. Yes that last year. We're right before colby. Where on your mouth where you'll know where for rights looked at deep. He's gonna cost. You ain't never seen wacko exactly you happy. They win still wearing a matter of a damn guessing coming around this time of year right after his birthday komarom third and before halloween she coming. That's it because you were mass for halloween. Pumpkin bro is it all right. Listen this the aerobic one. Regret this shit to pop it. man taylor. What has a sore up here on my lip my fucking and my skin on my lip but you mean you caught me only on see what the fuck fuck do. Some ciccio won't bother it up. Sorry guys this is going to have to be a short podcast because you know. Listen busy making money sean. They gotta show out about how much i want to hear from us ally talking got to stand up. Yeah okay talk. Shows coming next week right. Yeah no apricot forbid they wanna listen. God funny we had money your whole life exactly. We had this conversation because there's a level of elitism in podcast game. There is a level of elitism. We've had a lot of success for a long time. And you know. Sometimes you don't realize that like if you get in two thousand listeners. Enough on your podcast. You in the top three percent of podcasts. Right the fact. That's more indicative. How many podcasts are. Maybe maybe maybe a lot. There's a lot of guys you're doing. You're doing over ten thousand a month. You cooking advertisers. Come you know what i'm saying but you know we spoil it over here. I'm sorry don't you talk to an elite podcast on. Oh my god a listener. China say like trash anyway while blah with us micronutrient numbers. Whatever we get it. But that's not true though you can be trashed with big numbers could definitely be trashing. Big numbers everybody. I i hate to you. That argument people say like oh. I sold a bunch of the albums wet. You know what i mean. You had a great standup dog. But he's been threatened with this way. I mean like i like that. I don't like that. Yeah i did that earlier to somebody because they really did hurt. My feelings on the radio with most landed at breakfast club and this woman call. She say you need to go to college. You need to somebody's classroom. I'm tired of hearing you on the radio asking questions that everybody knows the answer to what the fuck that got everybody else. If i ask a why for something by defended off say you say me. No because she said to me. Have you ever heard yourself sheets. She me a little bit like your own medicine. That's literally how you talk to me on her a little bit. I say i'm doing better than you doing. I don't that can be done a little bit to college. Got them college. Nobody cares about your honorary degree. Gogo real your haters would know everything about you. Know this. Last night i met comedy last night and this comic like oggi. Wildly successful will remain nameless but like a wildly successful. I don't you know he comes up. He's a couple of home as a hanging out. Ricky you know ricky he did man we gotta pump that we got to have him on here but Shots working giulio. Dan soda were just hanging. And there's kind of comes out. He's us all hanging out is a You guys just gonna hug all night or something like that. I'm like i come here man. I'll give you a hug. He's older guy. Og like wait a minute. Why got why. I want to say and he comes on. I give you a hug living. He he goes. He goes he goes. Oh hey mr hip hop oh grew up in the village and i'm like okay he goes. Hey mister hip hop. I took it up. Were a group in his village and my mom's a ballet dancer and i'm like who day out. I just kind of laughing. His name's clarissa laverov. Because this is like a braille. Like this guy. I like ghosts not not go like in goals in success. And it's not and egos in room. And i'm talking about on that way at all. It was like passive aggression. Right and brazi like i'm in my head so he's coming on stage so i'm just like now i got talks back because i'm going up next. It comes off. And what's up man. He goes eight. Yeah where'd you go to school. He tried to do it again. I just go out. And i'm like how'd you know what my mom did attention. That's not regular like you. Listen to podcasts. On a deep dot something triggered good. It was something i can tell you. What triggered you yes. Excess like what talks with these sky. Legal see what they rolled. I'm not a lot. I love that bro. 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"girona" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus
"And their relationship status didn't deter him was he was immediately loves struck by this girl With his girlfriend looking on he invited to run into a show not long after he broke up with his girlfriend in professed his love for sharona creating a weird dynamic where he broke up or where he would come onto her even though she had a boyfriend who often attended the shows with her It got pretty heavy when he started writing songs about her. They weren't together when he composed my shirota about a year later or a year. After i met sharon gave in and they started dating She doing the band on tour and he wrote about her elevated them to start them The couple were together for about four years. They were even engaged at one point Before the rock and roll lifestyle and his alcoholism became too much for her and the call. It off in the aftermath thrown answered questions about the break by saying that she needed to become her own shown. Not someone else's This wasn't the only on the album that was about girona and his feelings for her. The songs that's little girls do and she's so selfish were also inspired by her. So that's a little sick again. Was a different era legit hand. People look at things differently. And don't i don't wanna get any. Hey screw fucking facts. If you go you know we. I live i live. I live through it so people just kind of like whatever was not some kind of crazy thing. Weird al yankovic did a parody called my bologna. Yes i remember that. It was kick started his career saw as a song. Pair is a song parody guy. Al was before he was weird regretted a few song parodies as a high school students including takeoff on utah. Bring me flowers called you. Don't take your shower. Sent some to the popular syndicated radio host of course who doctor demento who wrote back informing al that he had potential. This potential was realized when yankovic was nineteen year old student at cal poly san whatever booths mo- san dismal. His mobile each were. He was studying architecture. He was a dj on school. Radio station where my sharona was. The most requested saw. Many of our parents had to do with food so he wrote my bolognia it in the bathroom across the hall from the station. He sent it to doctor. Demento played it on his show to wide acclaim making number one on his funny five countdown. There leaks when the knack played a show at the college. Our went backstage introduced himself. As the man behind my bolognia as al tells it doug fieger said he loved the song and introduced him to the vice president of the next label capitol records who was standing nearby capital. Exact signed out. This is like a fricken. Cinderella story capital exact signed out to a deal to release the single which they did but with minimal effort instead of re recording the song they just issued house bathroom version mono gave it a little production That was the end of as associated with capital but had success on other labels With my love rocky road. Ricky and the hit pay dirt Was these michael jackson parody. Eat it my bolognia. Wasn't the only parody. A snack song others included. I- atallah by the radio personality. Steve doll and babylonia by the pair by the parody band. Apologetic quentin tarantino wanted to use it in pulp fiction. During the scene. Where bruce willis and being rams are being set upon by that would be frigging feed your ended up nixing. The request and song appeared to ninety four movie. Reality bites stay. He should have been appalled fiction. Stacey share producers working both films recalled feature. Chose the gas station sing long over. The basement dungeon with the game. He loved the notion of the sweet moment Commemorating the person he always loved very much. So you've got a little sentimental. He couldn't stand even at that point in his life him run been broken up for years and he couldn't stand the fact. These deep still had feelings for guys like he didn't want it to be the song that he abided. This one loved now become associated with that. She was with him in his last days. Any houses that is the story and a little bonus there about weird ow. That's great like this. Like does to great stories about this. You know what i mean. What a great song to two stories in one. It's like it's like they'll go to great taste taste. Great in in it's like look. I just won't just won't bread normal saw into your performance sucking hinder your performance. Anybody watching it looks like some people are watching. Let's look we can help me out. I said we have. Tracy samson watching bill domino. That's chapter now patrick. Shallow fu and. I'm sorry if i totally botched that. The most controversial album ever heard by was by david allen coacher what year it was released. There's probably a lot of those because david cone awesome all right all right good picks oh kevin you've got another one sure. Sure let's go to nineteen seventy eight little band out of england called queen queen that modern save. No no no see. There's a lot of queen with lot of queen going on with beat tonight anyway so fat bottomed girls if you listen to the lyrics rocking world go do that but if you look at the lyrics though i was just guinea lad never knew good from bad but i knew life before i left my nursery Left alone with big fat fanny. She was such a naughty nanny. Big woman bad boy. This is of course insinuating that the poor lad was taken advantage of by his notting. Hemi minutes funny like songs like this. You just be the lyrics. Just become part of the song you don't give any really deep thought to what i always thought about it. I'm like ooh. I wish i had an noting any then. Of course i did. I still wish that but so there you go not banned though because it was a hit Wasn't it wasn't bad but it's one of the examples something that like. If it came out today it'd be criminally what it would be body shaming to and then. I saw that you could go that way to us. So that is that goes. That definitely goes an category. Probably not again. This was not it just went and people just saying along with it and guys like yeah online anytime he and it wasn't ever a thing. I don't know why i'm not here and if you were a victim of child abuse. Somebody's gotta feel very bad for you. That sox terrible is a song. That's alternative turn this podcast off and go listen to something by some like feminist chick google straightened out. So i want to talk about one keeping in the same vein as in the vein of something that like people would be like what is wrong really about. This is a song actually times. 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"girona" Discussed on Wrestling With FanBoy Mark Jabroni's Ring Rust
"He simply ravishing perhaps leading wrestling. Newsradio draw since two thousand two. You're listening to wrestling with van boomer. Girona he's ridden rest available lab automatic and all major podcast sources. Now this known man around you just think sort talk show fact. I feel probably third grade. Yeah know the church. Our farm you bridge drew.
Tuck Woodstock: Gender, A Definitive Guide
"I remember when i first started transitioning or thinking about transitioning and i was so laser focused thinking about gender all the time and the thing that was the most freeing to me was to be like. Oh actually i'm never going to think about it. And i don't care because it's not real and no matter how hard i think about it. It's not like a math equation. Where someday. I'm going to get the right answer. It's just fake. And so now i talk to people all the time who are baby is or who think they might be trans and they're like what is gender like how do i know if i'm trains or if i just wanna be trans and maybe i'm not buying area. Maybe i'm this or maybe that and i'm like honestly the key is to never try to figure out what gender is because there is no right answer and yet my whole podcast is the premise is to try to figure out what gender is so. I don't know what i'm doing. Oh that's kind of amazing that you decided that you never want to think about gender in now professionally old that you talk about totally think that i had to let go a little bit in order to do it professionally because it yeah you think too much into hard trying to get this one right answer of gender it really does consume you but once you let go. It's a lot easier to have a bunch of conversations with a bunch of different people about what they think. Gender is without trying to find the one correct answer. I love you freeze out about not. They're not being one answer. Because i think that when it comes to gender and sexuality we think that my experience is the only experience and everyone else has exact. Same one increasingly. It's oh every single individual as a completely different one totally that's the thing about gender. It's that sort of high thought of like what if you're blue is my green and your red is my blue right thapa with gender. It's like what if your boy is in my boy. And what if your girls at my girl and ultimately it does not matter and it shouldn't matter at something that i think some people get stuck on their blue to be my blue and they want their boy to be my boy and it doesn't have to be. There's no reason that it has to be that way it just a minute ago. You mentioned early in your transition. I think that when we talk about transitioning most commonly discussed it has a binary thing as a non binary person like. Do you use that language in. Consider yourself as having transitioned. Oh yeah for sure. I mean i think of all of my transition is different. So when i teach workshops about gender. I talk about three different types of transitions. I talk about social transitioning legal transitioning and medical or physical transitioning. All of those things can take time and none of those things that are binary of simply. I hadn't transitioned in. Then i did transition they're all these long processes but typically the first thing that happens and certainly the first thing that happened with me was a social transition so i started by just telling a few of my friends. Hey i'm thinking about maybe using them pronouns. Could you try those out for me. And then expanding that out more and more people and more and more people. And then i started saying. Hey you know. I am not a woman. Please don't refer to me as one and that was all my social transition and it actually took years for me to do another part of a social transition which was to change my name obviously not nonbinary people and not all trans people change their name but that would also be part of a social transition so you could say my social transition took you know at least four years legally changed the marker on my driver's license and the my birth certificate but i didn't change my name or gender on other documents so my legal transition is still in progress medically. It took me like four years to go into saas girona and not is still a journey. And so you could say. My medical journey is still in process. So i certainly am always transitioning There are also obviously nonbinary. People who don't use to medically transition or don't choose to legally transition. They may still feel like they have transitioned in some way. Just because they transitioned how they thought about themselves or how other people thought about them or if they don't wanna use that language that's also fine. I've never heard anyone break it down like that. The social medical and legal transitions. And i think it's kind of like blind because ordinarily we say transition and like the first thing you think about as a male to female or female to male and like we don't want to continue the conversations like when you break it down those three things that does really encompass the entire trans experience of nonbinary people as well.
Afghanistan, Crack Cocaine and Hawn discussed on BBC Minute
"We start in Afghanistan. A suicide bombing. Nangahar province in the east of the country has killed at least thirty two people more than one hundred. Others were wounded. The province is the center of Islam, estate, militant activity in Afghanistan. Common once Hawn is trending. She's resigning as Spain's health