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"good academy" Discussed on W-Key Podcast

W-Key Podcast

13:52 min | 3 months ago

"good academy" Discussed on W-Key Podcast

"Papa. John RIC flair was doing companies commercials. But it's the older and they did their timers like we're talking about like what is player GonNa do. The God forbid age of twenty three. You're going to do for the rest of his life because he has a good like like God forbid you've got sixty five years left of his life to sort of figure this out so so it's like the the market has to sort of dictate. What's the afterlife going to be right and and again like other? Sports had kind of have that same stigma which is just that like if you retire like you know what does it become a salesman lawyers. They worked for dad or mom. You know they open up their own business or have a gambling problem or whatever the bad side of it like you know. It's being being able to set up these players that like you know yes streaming is big can make you a lot of money but still such a small percentage that. What else are you going to do? So that's where going into colleges is that they should be or even. The developers themselves are the companies themselves should be out there like explaining some of the opportunities as looking for. Because here's the thing like you know a lot of the big east sports or the ones that are the ones that are successful. You know when they hire like lawyers or accountants they look they hire lawyers accountants they hire lawyers and accountants. But not like someone who read a COUPLA books but really loves video games the someone who you know who knows the Contra Code you know what I mean so. It's so it's like you know a lot of these east. Sports Org are going to be looking for management or back office nine sexy stuff but you know. Liking Video Games is not a requirement. It's barely a prerequisite if office at some of these awards right. You know. It's like okay so you like video games. Can you design a website? You can Kenya manage team. That's great you know. We all played being and she had that background. But how you around how you're on people and like that's like a Lotta. These kind of players have to kind of set themselves up for. Which is that like. Maybe the big opportunity then. We'll be coaching right for these colleges know be you know these ex players should be hired for these collegiate positions right yet like listen. You're successful. See US go. You're successful league. You know you're retired. You know a college should be hitting this person up throwing money at them please. Run might eat. Please run our sports department. Because we don't know what to do we have that and the and as much as I love the athletic directors like you know. It's it's different right. It's very very very different. It's different crowd right. Yeah and and so it's like you know. Have their own sports wing in their own sports department where they are You know where they can relate and then that will be an attraction to your college because yeah I mean every college is building land centers right now but you know if you have like player. A WHO's like an ex pro and he's running your sports program. I'm telling you like you'll have more applicants than you can handle wanting to play for your for your For your team. Yeah Yeah And then it also comes down to real quick when it comes to colleges. It's like you know. How good are these college teams like you know? I can these college teams like obviously you know. College teams can't be professional teams in sports. But it's just that like you know. Are these up and coming players or are these players that are you know. Basically retired pros or now playing college going bad so and most players would rather play for their for T. three orbs or tier to play for colleges right now. E- e- even with scholarships because when it's happening is that you know they can get a full scholarship to college a right but you know that whole team can be grandmaster. But there's not that many grandmaster collegiate teams out this probably like waiting and Pike Condom on your hand. Maybe right but if they're playing against like like like diamond players they're you know they're you know carrying this team or after amongst diamonds and they're just carrying this team through. Testa or whatever know Yes sports arc may look at that but there are dislike. I mean he played against much classmate anyone's GonNa look good so you know. But what if we put him around other grandmasters playing against grandmasters? He hasn't been gregory or she. Sorry she or they don't have against higher higher competition which which which. Which makes you know kind of scouting for academy that much heart. Even harder as well is that you know. Look at them and screams and they look good or the on their team but like you know how they against like amongst their like their actual peers or their peers would be an NFL contenders setup. And it's kind of a kind of a crap shoot so sure I can imagine. Yeah that's I mean it's crazy to crazy. Thought I mean I just I would have never have seen gaming get to wear his now. Like you mentioned you view Games. Where always I think. Your Games are always going to be popular but yeah the everything else. That's kind of spawned from it from your younger than now is is very interesting. There's nothing wrong with taking the conservative approach. I mean it's not sexy but like for example you know. I can't speak for them but I'll speak from. My experience with the kraft group is like you know the reason why we still have an academy team is because huck values academy team and sees the value in investing money into a tier two team that will hopefully turn into tier one players. Because when you save money on the back end from from scouting and God forbid time right. 'cause it's fun but it's a lot of work in terms of with with with just trials and everything else like that and try just like. Oh my gosh it's like but like you know midseason. It's cheaper for a team in terms of like an intern. The cost to go out and call up a player like for the Red Sox and it costs less to bring them up than it is to like give draft pick or give up money or give our trade Semenov Twenty five or twenty man roster to go get you know a third line winger or to get a third a third guy in the rotation that there's a cost that's involved with that so like if you're off tank struggle I'm not saying specifically but I'm saying like if you're struggling you know because this is a really good academy system like fantastic and teams and they they value the value it so they they're like okay well. If our juggler is not doing well then we need to call up. Our Juggler use a sub. Been stuff like that and so I think that's where Huck sees that value now. Unfortunately this year with covert situation. You know in the horrible. It's horrible thing so again. You talk about the Toy Department here right in terms of Eastport so will preface that. But it's like it's that much harder for players to or teens actually make changes to make changes now to their teams because Cova because the lack of of the possibility of actually getting Of getting visas right. Yep Yep Kinda Sorta y you know Vancouver had a stick with basically what they had was because okay. We need to get the cheapest easiest way to get six players on here. He players went not because we can't go to Korea because it's GonNa causes this amount of money so they if they had an academy team right and as off the situation for everybody involved. They could is called up the next six players if they had if they had an academy team. So you know so. The way the kraft group approaches. That may not be may not be sexy and you know this year. We're all kind of struggling. But like the idea of the academy team is to invest in the future invest in future prospects and because they also have the revolution and because they have the the Patriots they know. When it's like right the practice squad players I believe get paid but it's like a stipend but per day. I remember in like you know the the academy team for the revolution and stuff like that. You know AAA for the Red Sox like that. Like there's a reason why they exist is up because of the owners of the pawtucket. Red Sox right can make money selling tickets for ten for you know and Free Family Fun night. The clown in the jugglers Hawaiian in the in the in the YMCA kacoos players at the seventh inning stretch. You know it's there because like they want you know. They hope that they can actually bring up. The future. Red sox players down the road and I think that's that's why yet this many Teams kind of contract. They're they're KADEMI teams is because they didn't have that same outlook. They're just like what we're at making any money so we're just going to get rid of it and I'm like well it's never gonNA make any money getting rid of it you know why. And it's like yeah. It's a lot of money. It's a lot of time and stuff like that but just like yeah like and here's the thing like no one cares if the if the if the Bruins win the Is the caller cop guy? Ruins the cares if the If the Red Sox win the international series like no just matters about the big team. So I'm hoping this off season. A lot of our teams look look at everything in reevaluate and be like you know again I I'm not going to disclose but I'm telling you to run an academy team. It's not that much money. It's greater scheme of things at all that much money so I want to move away a little bit but pc or console you. What do you play on most? Wow she's really staff elections coming around following off. So here's the correct. It's the it's the only correct answer. Final fantasy belongs on for you buy a PC and that's my answer and that's the thing with me. It's just that like you. I and I up playing console. I stayed away from PC. Because God forbid I couldn't afford one that same exact boat and the many ports right. There really weren't that many like PC games. Like I grew up. I think like the first game I played in. Boy Am I. Dating myself was like deja. Vu for the MAC right. You're the point game. And a couple of things and and the arcades were big too. That's why I played like mortal Kombat was in the store during the Walpole which is now just the most depressing place ever is bad because I walk the dream machine. I'm like man. I used to play like street. Fighter was over there. It's virtual fighter you know. It was all here but the turtles and time but but the correct answer is this is that is that if you can afford a PC and by God. You don't have to spend that much money anymore. Md's really ABC napping kneecapping with that. So I mean I. It's funny because like I am a sucker for marketing. So it's like Oh this by by this by built like a NBC's like Fourth of the price. And I'm like why now? But but I he so his thing so serious like like you buy a final fantasy on. Ps four that's right belongs. Okay other than that. I think you can buy console games for games like Yokosuka Tomb. Raider got a war halo stuff like that maybe Halo but when you when you play your F. B. S.'s. On on like this thing like I I have Yuccas Zero Yakuza on the PC through steam. And I use a controller for it. Obviously the switch to the second greatest invention or if not the greatest invention awesome. It's awesome which is great so you know consoles alive but I think when you play a game on keyboard and mouse I think that's and you see just the it's just the environment that you're end right up to the TV. I know nowadays. You can put your ps four on your computer monitor but this is something about that where like you can just blown up the game and go on put in a disc anymore. You'll have to do all this and it just and the graphics are better like you're not second sixty second. You know what I mean like. You're not stuck in stuck at that where it's like you know. I'm sure if I played final fantasy fifteen right now on the. Oh my God. This is like the greatest thing which I think it's up there. It's just I loved. I loved fifteen right but then when you play seven remake or you play thirteen. It's just like the one thing that fifteen had against it. Would it really missed was like was like a female? Protagonist you like listen this is not a PC thing like I loved. I loved the group. Like you know like the whole group. The knocked gladiolas pro and agnes right ignace and then you had. I was named arena. Right.

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"good academy" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

03:03 min | 11 months ago

"good academy" Discussed on WEEI

"When the when the kicker clearly A. L. he was able to get both feet down he did not it does not know about it he clearly missed the K. I can't make that call and that's what most the thing is the one. you say in that spot but then that's if you think about it so. you can't if you're an official you you have to official the whole game every play the consistent play that they can't get a mostly invested in how stressful a moment or two game winning moment they got a just their job is to call penalties you know so don't mind if it's the first quarter of third quarter of nine games online fourth quarter would you know what a few minutes of to get it all matter right to go to be consistent already you do to an extent taz I'll I will the is a penalty if you ask me I'm not making that call I've seen partners get grazed they go down the calls I made I've seen kickers raise before they go down I act like they're shot they don't get calls that's not roughing the kicker number one it's not a fifteen yard penalty as the official on ESPN said last night you know at best you're gonna and worse you're gonna call a five yard penalty so was not roughing the kicker the embellishment by four bath was just or off the charts and then I yeah I just I can't at that stage I do think there are game situations where you have to have the understanding of of what's going to be decided at that stage I cannot I got a clearly shank the kick I can not make that call in that spot I I know okay I I I don't I think the the back judge the raft behind the holder in the kicker he don't care if the ball's going for the operates that's not his job he cares about if the kickers getting roughed and getting hit get in touch that's his job so you know I I again I do think it was a little bit of a you know ridiculous call I do because it was minimal but touching the guy she and bought it and you can't blame the kicker for embellishing what you may easily. the job is trying to build. knows the kick right nose and and he gave you his good academy award performance I get it I'm just not me I thought was a terrible cold yeah well now does a bad call yeah I mean so I you know I I'm not making that call in that spot now the the same terrible come down and when the game at that stage will probably you know and I don't know if the scenes get themselves in a field goal range at that stage maybe they still do and the game does end up in regulation ends up being a thirty to twenty seven final task but I I I I think the I think the officiating I think it's a very very difficult job and they're putting in kind of rules now to try and you know temper the impact or bad officiating taz but there are gonna be calls that are clearly missed over the course of the game but not knowing the ten second run off is to me is worse than what you saw with a missed extra point yeah because not realizing they have to go back to forty two and Roland ten seconds off at twenty six that to me makes little to no sense eight five five two one two for CBS eight five five two one two four two two seven is your number to call we'll come back we'll talk a little bit about the rate is as they have a Monday night out in the black hole.

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"good academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"good academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Eight four four nine Ivy. Magic good academy Chicago dot com. Sponsored by mid western university multispecialty clinic, here's to fifty nine degrees. Mostly cloudy skies on her way to sixty seven today to companies owned by supermarket chain. Kroger blow announced plans today to open a new Chicago office in the city's old post office building meal kit delivery, service, home, chef and marketing agency, eight eighty four fifty one have agreed to lease space in the property. Both plans to add over three hundred jobs over the next few years. Mayor Emanuel and governor Pritzker Pritzker will be on hand for the announcement. The former senior pastor of Chicago area mega church will not get severance harvest bible church. Elders say James McDonald hasn't received any offerings and other offering since his termination in February. It is he was fired for conduct believed to be contrary and harmful to the best interest of the church. Harvest has the former pastor will not be receiving any donations or assets in the future any form of severance whatsoever. Chinese media report the country's chief negotiator, Mike shorten his plan. Visit to Washington for expected trade talks if he comes in all this South China Morning post is reporting that the vice premier could still come to the US this week four trade talks, but for a shorter visit then he had planned previously. The reports follow President Trump's tweet over the weekend that he'll increase tariffs on two hundred billion dollars in Chinese products this week and those are the headlines WGN sports cubs. A winner over the cardinals thirteen to five at seven wins in a row sweep of St Louis and into first place for a two and seven comes in. That has turned it around in impressive fashion, Jose content. Six strong innings last night. Kris Bryant his fourth career home run. Finding a home in the big league. Sponsored by the village of Bedford park building for the future someday. You will see? Dylan sees in the big leagues. Use pitching triple A yesterday. Four innings four hits one earned run three walks. Five strikeouts. In a range shortened game that did not end up finishing up down at AAA Charlotte. The White Sox and Red Sox at guaranteed rate field. Red Sox nine White Sox to Jose Abreu did hit his one hundred and fifty four th Homer of his career which ties him for Bill. Melton for eighth on the all-time list. Socks and Red Sox were tied at two going into the eighth inning. But seven runs in that eighth as Kelvin Herrera. Takes loss gave up five runs in that eighth left the game with lower back stiffness and the Kentucky Derby co owner of maximum security. His name is Gary west is going to file an appeal today with the state racing commission to try to overturn the result where maximum security was disqualified maximum security will not run in the quiz in the Preakness as apparently according to west there's no reason to run into weeks since no triple crown is on the line. Mark Harmon WGN sports. My second time was mega at us there and demand for a special previously. We're talking today with mega customer Josie Neil off shamburg. Four.

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"good academy" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

10:55 min | 1 year ago

"good academy" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"The cable news blues. Try rational radio the Rick hunger show. Welcome back to the reconquer show. I'm Chris Hans sitting in for Rick who will be back next Monday. Joining me right now though is Ben gallery. He is a senior economist for this at at the center for American progress, and I wanna talk about this magical Trump economy. I've heard so much about from the president of the United States yet when I talk to regular everyday people as I often do in my daily life. They don't seem to be doing as good as the president says they're doing benja tell me what you think. Well, one of the things that the reason why people say this is such a good economy is that if you look at some of the top line numbers like unemployment like GDP the numbers are looking good. Now part of that is that we've had a long good economy starting from the great recession prior about two thousand eight hundred eleven things start to turn around. We've had a steady increase since that. And so when Trump came into office this continued as so look at the top line numbers people look at it say, okay. Well, it's a good economy unemployment today was that point eight percent while the job number were little low. We've been averaging about one hundred eighty to two hundred thousand new jobs each month, which are good numbers. Right. The issue comes when you look at the heard, basically, and you look at different ways by say region. Look urban rural difference as you look at differences by race that city disability status. And then you see these differences arise UC's awhile examples that you look at say the black unemployment rate is nearly twice that of the white unemployment rate. So you could talk to some white person and say New York City and talk to some African American in Atlanta, Georgia and their experiences are going to be different. You could talk to someone in Washington DC who has a good job, and you can talk to someone in wheeling West Virginia and a different experience as so when you break it down to differ. Groups different regions people in different areas. The economy's not working so well for them. But some of these people Banja, you know, in the rural communities, for example, they see that this economy hasn't improved their lives much. In fact, it may have made their lives harder with some of these tax cuts taken away programs that they may have relied upon in the past. And of course, the president's tariffs making it harder for them to sell their goods and services of overseas yet, you talk to them, and they're still fervent believers in the president of the United States ability to change this economy, you as a senior economist how we rectify these things that's a very good question. A very hard question to answer because there's you know, the reality on the ground. But then there's also the optimism consumer confidence consumer sentiment and a lot of times that changes depends on depending on who's in office. And so while on the ground people are feeling the harm. It's going to take a walk out for them to really. Feel it and really be able to address it assign it to the right person. Right. So a good example of that is this week in Youngstown, Ohio, the Lordstown GM plant that made Chevy Cruz. I had her last day today, and they're going to be moving shipping their jobs pie overseas. And a lot of those before you go on is that the same plant that the president promised wouldn't close and told people not to sell their houses that is exact same plan as a senior economists when plans close what usually happens to housing values near the plant housing values are dropping people are selling their homes. Right. I wanna take a poll of those people if they're still voting for Trump. And if they are I'm gonna ask them to get their head examined. I know a guy he's the secretary of housing and urban development, and I hear he has magic hands. His name is Ben Carson, and for some reason, he's the head of HUD. But can you keep going sorry? And so what's happening? There is that people are. Realizing that the president's promises are not occurring that did not happening. And that you know, as you mentioned he went there and said don't sell your house. We're going to bring good jobs back, and then they talked about the tax cut that was going to help. Everybody is gonna spread they talked about. There's going to be four thousand dollars of wages and everyone's going to see that people aren't seeing and you're looking at what's happening. Now, you're looking at these plants are closing that these businesses are making decisions not in are workers. But in the interest of shareholders, but it's gonna take a lot of that for people to actually realize that this is actually, you know, a problem now, one of the other problems is that you have on the other side to say, okay. Well, what are people gonna do to help as so times? People don't hear what solutions are going to be in that solutions are not really getting out there. I mean, a lot of politicians a lot of people policy think-tanks are proposing ideas. But those ideas are just not getting out there. They're not getting to the floor congress and not getting through the house and Senate, and that's kind of an issue and. I think that in the next two years, nothing's going to get through both the house and the Senate in any real substantial way, unless there's a changing of people hearts, I think to some extent the name maybe want to do something for the good of the country, which I don't really think it's going to happen, especially in that of the cold heart of Mitch McConnell who seems to want to block things that can help people even if even thinks he used to support back in the day. So this is the thing. And I I maybe I'm venting here a little benja, but I spent eight years going on conservative media shows during the Obama administration talking about how the economy was improving, and I would get yelled at and say, oh, yeah, they're jobs out there. But they're not good high paying jobs, and when I look at the numbers. Yeah. It seems that it seems that incomes have risen somewhat in this country, at least on average. But when you dig into those numbers, you find that like you said earlier that the working class in this country has not seen much of an increase in their income, plus with the added healthcare expenses that they've. Experience under this presidency. They've seen quite a reduction in their quality life. Is there any sign that that might change? There's not really any strong science as that's going to change one of these that we've looked at is look at what's happened with corporations and corporate tax profits since the tax cuts and jobs act that passed in December of two thousand seventeen and look at wages. And so you see that there's a big spike in corporate profits going up, then there was also the discussion of stock buyback. So I think they actually calculated up to a trillion dollars in two thousand eighteen of talk by backs by large companies, and then only recently, maybe best three past three or four months. Have we finally starting wage growth the wage growth a year was D point four percent. So we see these little bits of increases in wage growth, but compared to corporations we don't see much, right? And so it it doesn't bode well for, you know, my see increases, but it's just not going to be at the level that we would expect in enormously. Good academy. I'm talking to Ben algebra, algebra, Laurie. He is a senior economist at the center for American progress. I'm Chris Han. I'm not. Ring reconquer he will be back next Monday. But you got me for now you can follow me on Twitter at Christopher Hahn on Twitter Benghazi. Do you have a Twitter account? I do it's at Bangor agile ori-. So I'll spell that at G B E N G A underscore A J, I L O R E, so Benda, you know, I I noticed that a lot of the corporations that have received big tax cuts have invested in their corporation as they should do as what they would do. And once again, what you're seeing is a lot of modernization of old plants in the United States to the point where manufacturing's at an all time high, but they're investing in automation, making these products faster and easier with less people thinks that used to take one hundred workers now take five, and and sometimes things that used to take ten workers because of automation are now taking one worker because automation has gotten so advanced this trend's gonna continue I assume and and eventually beat to a point where you know, you're gonna have one guy running. Major major corporations with a with a laptop and probably a remote connection somewhere. How should American workers expect their government to try to hold onto these jobs when really modern technologies taking them away? Well, what they could expect is for the government to actually think about where is the next job. So you think about what I was looking at it like fifteen years ago. Did we know about right, Sherri? What was right? Sherry ridesharing was going with your buddy to the concert or to show right now ridesharing is an industry that has a lot of problems with that industry that government needs to help out with. But as well as the each other. Well, what can be the next step? What can be the new industry, and how can government facilitate that as one you can look at trying to have better regulation better worker power improving worker power things like that? But also what's going to be the next industry and try to help shift cities regions areas to the next one one thing you can do is looking at we think about Amazon and their h to q. Basically their game. Right. He played cities against each other. And these ended up making choice of New York and DC, right? Any other fake will? Why would you choose New York and DC there's so many good city. So you think about Denver you'd think about, you know, Columbus, Ohio Nashville got part of Amazon a lot of places that could use that infrastructure use that investment. I mean, those are the places that needs to go where there is a labor base. That would help is eight structure there that could help you have these old cities with great infrastructure. You think about Detroit thing about Cleveland, those cities that Amazon can go in there. Yeah. And actually that would help revitalize filmar had to say about maybe they should have taken one for the team and put it in West Virginia or Alabama or someplace where you know, the modern economy hasn't really impacted the local culture, and then you might have some people there that might change their mind. We might not have this divide in the United States, politically if if there were. Jobs there. I got thirty seconds or so left with you in a nutshell over the next eighteen months bue, expect this economy to keep going or are we are we found to have a a slowdown or even a turnaround to the negative here. I would assume that the economy's gonna keep going going at a steady rate. There's a lot of people are talking about there might be recession coming, but there's not really any information towards that. You have to look at the fed and in fat, it's and I am watchful eye on that you'd hope that the administration, and congress would actually not the too many things to try to reverse a translates been happening or this long Bomar and up. Good economy will Bengal jewelry. He is a senior economist at the center for American progress. I really appreciate you. Joining.

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"good academy" Discussed on In The Gate

In The Gate

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"good academy" Discussed on In The Gate

"How I see how I feel just as just start and I feel good, and I was just I right away. West coast thing inside accelerate joins them. Smartly out wide west coast relegated to the Korda, Paul. The celebrate into the lead from the west coast onto the whip tries to hang top along the rail. It's accelerate with west coast docket on the inside. I the between them running bald rice west coast. Accelerate a riveting renewal of the also again accelerate on the outside with his head in front close to west coast running out of puff has given a good academy himself, but accelerate powering accelerate links coming away to quest. Nights time. Now you of course, where the regular writer for the horse of the year candidate accelerate before your injury. Joel rose REO road to wins in the Pacific. Classic awesome again and Breeders Cup Classic. Did you watch those races? Yes. Does the only raises I ever watch. I watch it was a classic. And then free stuff. How did it make you feel seeing him win with another writer? Life. I was proud of Telerate the he win others the main racist or no it was a different writer. But you know, I do not feel bad. Because obviously I was injury in nothing. I can just do about it life goes on, you know, in someone has the right those forces, and basically, so as a professional jockey. I always think that you know, I go right day because you don't know what would happen. The next day. I think are any jockey. You know, we're thing just force. So he could have happened the other way round. Now, obviously, you're a little biased here having ridden accelerate, but you've also experienced how difficult it is to win the triple crown as justified did last year. So in your mind, who's the horse of the year? Well, that's gonna be tough. I'm no they in politic thing because I really no I'm nine that political situation. You know, and I've not nice about it. I'm not right and either one now in oh, I think they, you know, justify being the horse win the triple crown is not easy to win. That is tough. I don't care what anyways. I say because experience it takes thirty seven years to win took account and build a do it. And then justify Bill do that as you know is stuff. But also, you know, celery what he's done just amazing too. You know, it's hard to choose one. But Silla rate would all this racist. He went back back. I think he got beat one. So it's tough to you know, especially like win three this Cup Pacific classic and all the other races. So so I think it's gonna be tight beyond as not. I can't even imagine to choose one of those two horses. Well, we look forward to seeing how that drama goes down. And we look forward to seeing you back a board on the winter meet here at Santa Anita continued good health, and thank you so much for a few minutes there. Yep. Thank you. We're going to take a short break here on the gate. But when we come back how about force racing as a team sport complete with corporate sponsorship on the silks. It looks like it's going to happen. And will explain how aware in just a moment? Geico presents eyewitness interviews with.

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"good academy" Discussed on The Ready State

The Ready State

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"good academy" Discussed on The Ready State

"In the kingdom of the tone sought that the uniform would be black in a sense of a non the All Blacks and the game wreck as very much dime. I mean, it's it's it's if it's like NFL without stoppages in with that particular equipment. In people need to be out around more than five meters than eat about around about six to four to six mile on a game site. It's a full on collision sport. We we have broken binds mice games in this. You know, it's pretty confrontational in bicycling a war of attrition. Territory to score points. In the team's pretty successful history. It's about I to win win right size. Detain doesn't lose much in the team travels. The world stoldas taken on taking on the world out of suitcases, but him. Mm rugby is a prototype a lot where do we go? What I wanna make sure that we're focusing around because the the framework cares. He you you are an expert in managing demands of very high high professional high level, professional sport. But you're also have become this expert in environment. When I think it's really interesting, then when we flip that and look through the framework of youth development from two two points. One is that you have kids, which is I think going to be an interesting part about, you know, are your kids out there planning the countries with you and secondarily. I think rugby in New Zealand has a pretty good academy program. Will you get to really track and and sort of influence, youth development Leeson this sport? And can you begin to just if we unraveled sort of the this onion of youth development? How have you seen changes in youth over the last? Let's say ten years is there a change in sort of youth development. Is there something shifting around kids in New Zealand? You've seen y'all think in New Zealand what we've seen is we've seen a shift away from exercise will physically physically dictation will sporting activity is all my spare Bain removed from the skull curriculum in you know, the schools are now a now not necessarily providing opportunities for kids stakes. So as luck that used to. So what's happened to him as as parents and kids having to look for -tunities outside of skull in. So I suppose over the last probably three or four years in New Zealand. Of seeing a greater. We miss integrator modification from parents in kids to look opportunities outside of school with its exercise programs or gym memberships, or you know, Yagi Gerke, so whatever it's nothing to do with SCO. Whereas, you know, we know I was at school everything you did was at school you played rugby for your SCO. You played football fiasco. That's what's hit in New Zealand. The skull system is sort of removed it from the from the sort of responsibility on suppose in in superior kids having to look for ways outside of SCO to to achieve that that outlet that exercise that that that competetive outlet sallied, it's probably a shift of of being aware of the last few years. Us then it seems like only the privileged kids then have an opportunity to exercise, right? If their parents have the means vehicle to often after school programs, right? And it's absolutely car problem on the around the rest of the world. But it's definitely definitely the case. You've got you've got peer with the resource the money the time to to be to help and carriage and facilitate that or you have these kids snuck really having the opportunity site. Yeah. Comes a little bit down to to to money paternity in in in spies, motivation and knowledge as well. So Kelly mentioned that you have kids, and I know you do, but I was hoping you could tell us a little bit about them. And what kind of sports if any they do. And then I'll follow that up a couple more questions just about how you guys do things in your family. You not good Christian or I'll to gills sit in half in seventeen and a half and. Supplies of being really conscious myself not to push them today. Too much on lots of parents push in in guy, one extreme in supplies on my philosophy is to encourage and support provide opportunity in in in allow the gills to try and figure out what they enjoy why they enjoy it. So that when they leave me time and guy off on their own journey of life that I've got the tolls in the ability to a spice Mike decisions in into it for the raisins versus doing it because I've told to do it..

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"good academy" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"good academy" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Quest. Cuss running out of puff has given a good academy self, but accelerate Bowring accelerate taught a half lakes coming quest. Tonight. Former Jimmy Johns of Lexington studios. Welcome to the equine forum. Brought she's dashed away in the queen's plate a head traitors. But there's doubt who's the best today. And it's all about what the dot what the woman herself to polish in acquaints play. It's on the side diversifies give it away to finish Bitta's too. It was discreet liver Manny Frankel waves his weapon victory. Thunder. Snow is right there on the wire too. Now, here's Anthony stabile and Judy feld. Good morning everyone. Welcome to the Quine forum here on the horse racing radio network. I'm gonna big AM east Beal at the big ackward racetrack. I thought the finish line filling in for the vacationing, Mike. Our Jimmy Johns of Lexington. Broadcasts duty Ohs is the pontiff of the pick four Jude fell than his usual perch on Saturday morning. Welcome to the British Cup hangover. Version of the equine forum as the world championships are in the rear view mirror. And we start to look ahead to wrapping up twenty eight team. And of course, into the future twenty nineteen and a lot going on still with a little less than a couple of months left in twenty eighteen good morning. Good morning. What's going on? How's it? How's it down the bluegrass today? It's kind of freezing. There were little dip in dot snowballs on the flowers and the. Devon. It was a. Shock to the system. I'm thinking, why am I not in Florida? Soon enough. You'll be down there on a few weeks for our coverage of opening day at Gulfstream Park for claiming ground you'll be hosting equine form Mark out. Oh from red random. We're going to still find your co host for the afternoon show. I woke up I went to I've been going to sleep ridiculously early since I got back from Lexington. Louisville and woke up to thirty in the morning to get some water. And it was fifty degrees..

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"good academy" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

07:26 min | 2 years ago

"good academy" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"My name is Shawn Thompson filling in for. Joe Walsh you're listening to the Joe Walsh program Joe's rare. Vacation days he's. Becoming reenergize he told me he is going to drive the country just to, get reenergize which I think. Is great is that what? He's doing that's what. He said you didn't even tell you and you're, the surveys or I don't know what's. Going on it's the voice. Of Eric the red debt is Joe's Kato his, right hand his his guy that he keeps locked away that does all. The work, it's terrible housing. People understand. You know and, when I as I, said before I'm a, listener, said hey would you like to? Fill in, I said share and you come and you see the inner workings I don't think people realize how many people put together. Chose show and it's funny because none of them do when. I'm here Yeah I try not to work when. When your, head is away. But that's. Okay because one, of the things Joe, Alexis he likes when, I, discussed the conflicting data of the? Economy because, the, way that I view it we've been covering how how they beat us over the head that socialism is virtuous writing. Kids need free college and right everybody deserves a retirement package Doesn't everyone though I think that is the immorality I think. That it has the most immoral thing you can do to people I think. That is. Why so many of us have to continue to, work with the idea, that we have. A. Tax system set up that says the. Better you, do the more. I take without recognizing the fact it's those of us that do better that would bring the, rest of us with them they're the ones that, invest in the real economy government spending isn't, isn't real it's fake it's Nancy Pelosi. Stuff for every dollar I spend. I get three Beck it's it's magic math government spending isn't what built the country in fact it's the opposite the problem is the more the government spends in the, more it has to lie to. Us, the more it has to pick and choose winners the more, it has to complain about things but subsidize it like, the insurance companies we don't even talk about anymore the more that we watch the national debt go, up and up and up as the same time you watch the revenue to government go. Up and up and up and. No one talks about that Right we've we've covered the reason they need these big tariffs is twofold it, it pays off their friends and they're the people who pay them it protects it acts as if it's protecting American jobs even while it destroys others but. Moreover it increases revenue to the government and that's the real goal I mean. Think about. A system when did the judo happened where representatives, said I'm going to, represent these people. But. Their property is my revenue I mean. Do you, see the duality. In that philosophy that stupid which is why they have organizations the bureaucracies that get the key, half of your when the EPA finds a company, they keep half so they're they're incentivized to, give fines companies they're not they're not. Really looking for the environment they're. Looking to raise revenue in knuckle under an extort and my problem is that's what that's how I feel government has become it has become extortion airy it has it, doesn't look at us as citizens That, are making up the academy it's picking and choosing choosing winners of. Citizens and you're starting to hear that more and more, and more and more from. Our guys, so as much as I happy that Trump won and believe. Me no, one wanted are you kidding me the idea that? Hillary Clinton the, Clinton crime family the duchess of, the duchess of chafing the with. Her intern, molesters husband would be back in the White House was, insane to me I get it but our job is citizens isn't to rollover now and say you know what I, know that you, promise the, drain the swamp but you're bringing. In a. Lot of swamp creatures and this lighthouse. This guy is the biggest of all Bob Dole guy, for since the seventies and this is the guy he's in charge and. You're telling me how, great the deal. Is people forget to remember that NAFTA Was Ronald Reagan's vision that NAFTA was the greatest slap in the. Face to organize the extortion labor That it's ever happened and, you know people equate union workers with American workers that's not true there are a very. Small percentage but yet. They're very well represented and this, trade policy is one big. Payoff to them it's a, shame brother it's a shame and. And you're, you're hurting the. True American we're, not, all, union workers nor do we want to. Be I'm sorry ladies and gentlemen I'm from Chicago Illinois baby and I know, what extortion looks like and the fact that no one wants to focus on this hierarchy of unions these. Fat doughnut connoisseur slobs and how they take from the the worker for doing absolutely nothing and extort the company with its political influence is a gangster mentality And and if you're really proud of, your work you don't need some, union thug driving around in. His Cadillac extorting everybody for money. To tell, you you're good at it you're just simply, good at it and the proof that it's not good is look at the u. a. w. that is a crime family. That produces an, inferior product that can't compete in the. Open market and. It needs government influence that's one, of the conflicting problems I have with this us being sold on protectionism we are not. Built of protectionism and. The new globalization it's a scam, you're calling people who believe. In free academy globalists' when, you're using the failures of other. Country as, a weapon against. Me the real, globalist, is, the national protectionist the populist the whatever. We're calling this today but this is in freedom this isn't what capitalism looks, like in fact it's the best of an academy looks like and that's why you're seeing the guys who. Are raking it in are the guys who always raking Those those other guys that get bailed. Out those are the guys with the revolving door to whether it's Trump or Bush or, Obama it's the same thing and at what point do we. Wake up as a society and refused to partake in this. Ostrich policy of look they're telling me it's good so I'll believe it because I liked this guy when you've just adopted the same failure in the same propaganda Obama has the same stuff I can remember hearing it surely economy's great. Stock markets roaring and it was not the barometer the barometer is you the guy. Go into a second job right now the barometer is. G you you're. Not doing better just because the credit card companies said you've got five thousand extra at eighteen percent interest that's. Not the, barometer and that's the conflicting things we have to, decide at the same time we're, seeing housing slow down at. The same time you're seeing the. Only housing, that's really picking up is FHA nearly zero, down right they're they're asking for three percent credit a closing that's not how a good academy work That's how zero percent financing works and, now that that's really become. The bulk of the sales. In the real estate market this, soon NAMI of economic failure is. On the horizon we. Can change it but we have to recognize it. And if you're just happy. Lou listening to certain news channels that tell you sure everything's, good all we need now is a space for. Swell then ignorance is, bliss right I mean there's there's football games on Sunday baseball games during. The week he's things I think are not as. Important for our future as strong economic principles and fundamentals my name.

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"good academy" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"good academy" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"The so many young prospects in american soccer right now the joe show the west mckinney's the tim way is in your the andrew cones christie roll downs until today the tyler adams yes that i cristiano renaldo tried to shout the first semifinal by announcing he was gonna go to event this today the second semifinal ruin by the tyler adams said i'm going to red bull leipzig in the middle of it you're a player who ground this way through the european leagues i loved what she get you played in england you played into when they split through typic oh right in front of you before kickoff you england you're gonna start slitting goats before kickoff is that true try bruce that that happened that was that was a cultural a cultural thing that that went on for good luck good brad oh good hold on hold on them when you go to other people's countries you're there to adapt to their they're they're not going to adapt our culture yeah i had a wonderful time at gala tests met some incredible people's very very enter graham soon as another another head coach and a very good friend of mine still the mentor of mine today mark us as well obviously wasn't in turkey but now to mention because you didn't put him on your little card that i had there yeah really but that but no it did happen and i didn't really know what to do when when i saw the blood on the ground up set the captain of the team because i didn't put dot of it on my forehead you didn't want the blood of that goes on your forehead my culture i need it we won the game three now go by the way it's been playing go before bread bring the story for recent i call it i come with all the reason you didn't pick it up for a raise the story diego forget with score more goals if it go with sacrifice is he really sti gives you to be candid i have two football i love watching da he's one of my favorite mls play in this world he is committed to uruguay required i'm interested in young american play tonight and i want bradley friedel between europe as you've just described the grind the culture show the crazy like realities that you forced your way through to excel as go keep it between those steaks and i'm alas the comforts i this yoga and clemson used to call it where would you advise young play to learn that if young players today and they all where would you say given the choice between between the known goats and the where would you advise them to get it's a case by case scenario but i think you asked the question earlier house the standard of coaching in the in the united states and it's getting better and better as the standard coaching gets better and better in the united states in the comfort zone goes away i think it's very important that you don't make players comfortable you don't allow players to be complacent and if you create that kind of environment the players can get better if you have an opportunity as a player to go play in the champions league for borussia dortmund that's very difficult to turn down but you best make sure that when you go over to the country's you go over to europe that you get on the plane field because if you're going over to europe and you're not gonna get the games then there are some wonderful environments here in the united states so it's a difficult question to to answer because it would be a case by case scenario and there are a lot of players in this country that's still are born and raised in areas that do not have very good academy teams don't even have professional teams in their area so when they grow up go through the developmental academy then maybe it is best for them to try to go abroad because they might not have a direct avenue into a good molest academy structure with the pathway to be a professional they won the two heo words like brad kiss to me you are truly one of the great servants and i'm blessed as the game in america you're a man who i watched with one that we did between nineteen ninety in two thousand and five you're so manifest plummeted and american flag on some of yours makes how footballing grounds when all set and done and you rolled and finally bowled when it finally go when.

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"good academy" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"good academy" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Number twenty twenty on the list of dan's favorite colors following live lavender aqua thirty nine puzzling thirty eight mandarin orange screen yellow harry waco hazel vary jan the lion chartreuse burley would blanched almond tan salmon acid green american brown and now number twenty bisque through jagger in today bisque b i s q u e it is a color it's chill is also a colored that's number eighteen hot not official yes tomorrow eighteen is is jacker enda anyway aqua so what do you got for us on penny hardaway you know this is interesting i don't know if a mad at penny hardaway the stories just interesting to me so penny hardaway has taken over as the university of memphis is new men's basketball coach his first move as their head coach is to give his son jaden a full ride a scholarship okay right now know very first move it just i move yet now jaden hardaway is a six five shooting guard who spent this past season at img academy in florida which is a very good academy good basketball program but he also played for pennies aa ut and during his time with the afc team he averaged four point eight points per game on thirty five percent shooting those aren't full ride numbers and so it begs the question did penny hardaway.

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"good academy" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"good academy" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Number twenty twenty on the list of dan's favorite colors following live lavender aqua thirty nine puzzling thirty eight mandarin orange red green yellow harry winco hazel vary dandelions jar truce early would blanched almond tan salmon has green american bronze and now number twenty bisque a little jagger day bisque b i s q u e it is a color it's it is also call it that's number nineteen chinchilla hot if not official yes tomorrow eighteen is is jack aranda anyway aqua so what do you got for us on penny hardaway you know this is interesting i don't know if a mad at penny hardaway the stories just interesting to me so penny hardaway has taken over as the university of memphis is new men's basketball coach his first move as their head coach is to give his son jaden a full ride a scholarship okay right now i know it's very first move it just i move yet now jaden hardaway is a six five shooting guard who spent this past season at img academy in florida which is a very good academy good basketball program but he also played for pennies aa ut.

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"good academy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"good academy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Up against when it when it looks to go deregulate we'll searle what about this thing called the guidance out of darkness act this is the federal uh the federal agencies have to list guidance documents notices memorandum's and other directions to the private sector grant god thing that this administration is really putting a lot of attention an effort into and guidance is is can be broadly interpreted it can be a very specific uh uh memos or directions from agencies uh but it also could be anything as much as a press release or any sort of speech that a an administration official gives um that really interpret statute and and shows how the agency has been in force something um and this is something that agencies can just do they can just wait guidance i doesn't have to go through the rule making process the the normal notice some comment process and really republicans are really looking to to clamp down on that and two uh senator johnson um has introduced a bill and it has just failed through committee uh to require agencies to at least list all their different types of guidance the memos the speeches to everything that could possibly be considered guidance an enlisted all in one place so that businesses can go and look and see sort of what the latest is um when it comes to regulatory action good thank you so much greatly appreciated bridges washington she's those comments on regulation tell you that we are getting a number of tones including from chairman powell of a better than good academy obviously in his new capacity and in any official capacity as the hedge edge those statements but david sauerbrey based.

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"good academy" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"good academy" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Every time there was a a youth camp uh at home depot you fourteen eu fifteen's i watched all the games all right i knew all those coaches they were all in my office i wasn't technical director was part of my red part of my resume what i can and i knew those guys mike i enjoyed football conversations where i would say to guys here's what i see from where i stand and if i look at youth national teams on going to say to them uh for example i want to move one of my ideas is that talent at young ages comes in all shapes and sizes okay that different brand when we talk about skill a young ages i would say to them not only is it the skill of messy okay but barcelona has the skill of pkk the pkk version does it looked like the messy version but if we are going to be a good football country okay we have to have our eye out for all kinds of players from all different backgrounds com from different sizes different shy we have that bought by wait way what because my brad can you give this answer very simply okay because we still have we have to get better we don't have enough good coaches we don't have enough good scouts we don't have enough good academy directors so i would have said that before trinidad alsayed after that i just don't i think were we're tryin i think we can still improve coaching education that's for sure by make achieve having said that make it cheaper but having said that home.

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"good academy" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"good academy" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Have a liberal democrat in the office and your life will never be as bad economically and i will say this the markets already weight in the prospect of having this past boom the market and it continues to rise so mike bloomberg who wants to take your guns and take away the combustion also wants to be donald trump to mitigate style minaj use john in the mirror and start talking about guys i understand that you're losing pedestrian tunnel trump now wasting taxpayers is not look much just talk about tax let's forget the politics of sport aspect of this and talk about the reality is we have a very good academy right now stock market booming low unemployment good gdp that's growing were still struggling with wages and workforce participation but the reality is that there is a high income inequality in this country americans don't want were paul ryan talking about a huge deficit than that then says we're gonna shrink the government ever gonna cut social security and medicare next year a jewish volcanic eruption don't you see some of things built up for this plan already built at this point already that's going to help the working class in how are you to gentleman relating higher hurled health wise to pick it out either got another we'll have you back later the show thank you up next senator elect doug jones we don't wanna miss him his first appearance on fox news says the start of the campaign on what he wants to do in congress after his upset victory in alabama this is a replay of fox news.

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"good academy" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"good academy" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"The office and your life will never be as bad economically and i will say this the markets already weight in the prospect of having this past boom the market and he continues to rise so might bloomberg who wants to take your guns and take away the combustion also wants to be donald trump emitting star many many many german abreu mirror and start talking about guys i understand that you're in a losing position donald trump no way this is not look much just talk about taxes let's forget the politics of sport aspect of this and talk about the reality is we have a very good academy right now stock market booming low unemployment good gdp that's growing were still struggling with wages and workforce participation but the reality is that there is high income inequality in this country americans don't want what paul ryan talking about a huge deficit than than then says we're going to shrink the government and we're going to cut social security and medicare next year don't you see some of the things built into this plan already built into this plan already that's going to help the working class in hell world health glass to take it i've got another we'll have you back later in the show thank you are next senator elect doug jones we don't wanna miss his first appearance on fox news since the start of the campaign on what he wants to do in congress after his upset victory in alabama that was greg.

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"good academy" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"good academy" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Just one the thing that bothers me not only did leak orphaned admit that she was a drug addict that she had bankruptcy for three three to foul bankruptcy three times in addition to her three divorces but something you've got to listen to what they say when they talk so many people have a kneejerk reaction to say all the good academy award than than i'd they must be credible well let's look at the credible because one of the things we kauffman said was this just landed in my lap schwendt on television calling herself heroic i'm of news mussalli people don't call themselves ali that on this burger buck but one thing you probably don't do is to say is just landed on mail and we'll how what are you use that when you say that phrase that usually means i dunno a windfall a a financial abroad i know now one again just sought the good yeah and so she views this that just this opportunity that just fell into her lap that she's no longer this woman now filed for bankruptcy is now in financial straits but when you go on these television shows are you you've done it uh they go in and and and for females they go in they do your makeup and they do your hair and probably the washington post probably helping her out with her wardrobe nails and whatever else on the 'cause they're just so nice to her is what she said they just they just wanted 'cause they sought her out why they weren't seeking out the truth they didn't find the gadsden mall manager said hey you know what the guy was judge roy moore was never thrown out of the ball they weren't doing a balanced report they they absolutely have a van dead a against judge roy moore not only the opposed they've endorse his opponent but by the way i just say another that revenge little caveat the muslim girl haven't heard one one a american news just came out with this and i gotta credit them i hadn't even heard of their network but they're doing a fabulous job and what they found is that that that one of the drug dealers the judge roy moore sent to prison yeah well it just turns out that his brother just.

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"good academy" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"good academy" Discussed on Pop Shop

"I voted with no promises kinda of like our first song those on american radio which is like way different than any other country like they were still machine it's still it's still being played on the radio but as long as they put out like four or five months ago but you know in every other country they're like done plan audio and like they're done play no promises lighter under the next one you know it's like way quicker so it's like having that strategy of leg riquet we wanna make sure hristo you know putting the songs like in the right place i guess for them murdered for them to maximize like whether there um but at the other day like we care of the most about the fans but you know you want you what the fans here when you guys got your dream with feddie coming on a track you have another dream collaborator when were going to make more goals now one eric andrei drake relays losing as i live paul mccartney hollowed world legit logistics behind that for you to have an act like four or five seconds is kind of like a condom lately i want to share like really do seena paul end drake the nonsettling movie route there that's a good academy awardwinning movie malibu jake wrapped done deal does good now what about year do you have any money in mind uh of the research like elon john yeah where to keep saying those three in every in every single livelihood it's a little have they a credit vilvorde exact fisher the beginning of the two when the time well and as collaborators i know that you didn't necessarily work with feddie end denny in the studio by can you kind of compare what they're like as collaborators because it's like a pop and then a wraps than you guys are talking about his legendary kind of rock pop artist and another rapper so like what do you think like a pop artists like demi anna rap artist like fatty had bring tier music and how are they as collaborators.

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