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"goulet" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

07:12 min | Last week

"goulet" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"All right, so she has left the job in 58. Starts taking some meetings with some big corporations that are ordering bottles like hundreds of bottles of liquid paper. And this is GE IBM some big corporations. She applies for that patent changes the name to liquid paper company. And then starts doing that business thing, start to reinvesting the profits, goes from the kitchen to the backyard to a four room house. And then eventually gets remarried in 62 to a guy named Robert Graham who kind of got super involved in the business. As we'll see for better or for worse. Yeah, so in 1968, she's got 19 employees, corporate headquarters, automated operations, and that year she sold 1 million bottles. Of liquid paper, which is pretty great. By 1975, she's moved into a 35,000 ft² headquarters in Dallas, and the equipment that she's running can produce 500 bottles a minute. And there's something else that you should know about Betty Graham. She ran the company as a genuinely good person. There was a library in the plant. There was a child care center in the plant. This is the mid 70s, by the way. They didn't even come up with that idea until the 80s via the movie 9 to 5. And she was already doing it. She also was a patron of women in the arts and women who were also artists. Yeah, she set up a couple of foundations one. In fact, a lot of the information from this came from I think it's pronounced gee hon. Foundation, she found a way back in 1976, which combined her love of art with her supportive women and feminism. She collected paintings and artworks by women, and then also the Betty Claire McMurray foundation, which since 1978 has been supporting women in need. Right. Like if you need shelter and counseling because you're being physically abused or if you're a non traditional student and you need a scholarship, like she definitely put her money where her mouth is and she considers herself a feminist for sure. And so one of the other great things about her, her husband, Robert Graham, they divorced in 1975, I believe. And she ended up stepping down as chairperson from liquid paper. She built this really great company, selling 25 million bottles at a time. Spending a $1 million in advertising. And she's like, this thing is going, it's fine. I'm gonna go focus on my foundations. And Robert Graham was left along the board. And he did what can only be described as a hostile takeover. Yeah, it was not a pretty sight. She came out on the losing end at first. She was basically kicked kicked out, wasn't allowed back on the premises of the company. They changed her formula actually. So she couldn't even get royalties anymore, which is one of the biggest scumbag moves of all time. So scumbag. And then still managed to sort of fight her way back in. She had some health problems, but finally managed to get control of the company. Again, and in 1979, with controlling interests sold liquid paper to Gillette for almost 48 million bucks. Pretty great. Yeah, she had the very famous quote when she finally regained control of her company. Robert, get out of my office. That's what's going to happen in the movie. Who plays Robert. Robert Goulet. Okay. He does a great jerk. Have you ever seen naked gun two and a half? Yeah, but is he with us? I don't know, but didn't they do Peter Cushing? And he's not still with us. Oh, I don't know. Well, you could get Will Ferrell to do goulet because that's one of the funniest bits of all time. Okay. Cool. And here's the thing with liquid paper is that and these are kind of wonky stats and I'm not going to go over all of them because some of them are from like 2017 and 2018, but generally what they have found is that while office paper itself, office printers, things like that and office supplies have kind of trickled down over the years. Liquid paper somehow has either stayed strong or even gained like a percentage point or two from year to year. Which is pretty amazing. Liquid paper itself doesn't release their stats, but I think they go by generically whatever correction products. Here's what they call them. But I know that during the pandemic, home printing and stuff like that picked up. So I think the correction products industry picked up because people all of a sudden were like, hey, I'm at home now. And liquid paper, it wasn't just for typing, you know? I used it all the time to write over things and Ben. They actually think that it is artists that keeping the correction products market afloat and making it increase. And then also Gen Z and their fondness for retro things that you do by hand like writing letters is also some of the patrons of liquid paper and its competitors now. Yeah, I think at one point, Emily, my wife switched over to the little, the little contraption that fed out a tape. She was big on that, but I was kind of a liquid paper purist. Okay. Were you like brand loyal, like two liquid paper? Yeah, get that white out out of my face. And hey, just to shout out Mike Nesmith real quick. I know everyone knows him from the monkeys, but Mike nesbitt and I discovered this sort of after his passing released some really, really great solo records and looking back was one of the founders of country rock kind of before there was country rock. That was a 74 album called and the hits just keep on coming. That is now viewed as like this genius country rock masterpiece. That nobody would touch back then, including record execs. Yeah, I remember learning that he was really just kind of unhappy and stifled in The Monkees. Like if there was a sour puss among the four, it was definitely Mike. And you can just tell by looking at him. But that was why. Like he was way more talented than he was allowed to be. Yeah, but he came around and embraced the monkeys later in life, which was also great. Good for him. Also big ups to the Atlantic and David Graham for the article and thought co and Mary bellis, and then the gee Han foundation. This is where most of the stuff came from. Very nice chuck, and big hats off to you for choosing this one. Thank you. Short stuff is that.

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"goulet" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

02:34 min | Last month

"goulet" Discussed on Native America Calling

"They've kind of grown up with the movie and seeing them just grow as performance has been so great. And also for them to be able to see audiences and to hear people responding to their performances, I think, is so important. Now, there's so much going on up in Canada with regard to native arts, especially entertainment, film, television, and I understand there's a big film festival this week up in Canada. Can you talk about that? Yeah, the imaginative film festival is happening right now, and that is the imaginative film institute kind of exists all year round now with programming that supports indigenous filmmakers. And it's really been this institution and festival that has fostered indigenous talent and support for each other is filmmakers and when I have gone through different programs and training at the institute and so it's just been so great to be showing the movie tomorrow within an indigenous audience and from indigenous audiences from around the world. People from Maori land in Sami land and so just to get to kind of come together and share our stories is so special and it's so nice to be able to see some of my friends Dana goulet hill feathers and darlene the ponds Zoe Hopkins. These amazing female filmmakers who are just like telling incredible stories and we've all been kind of working alongside each other and supporting each other for years and decades now. Zoe, her movie run woman run is kind of this rom com set on the res and we've been working together since I was straight out of university when I produced one of her music video that she directed and Dan is goulet, who directed knight raiders, this kind of post apocalyptic movie, she's someone that has been kind of a mentor and friend to me. Here in the city and so it's so amazing to kind of see the different kinds of stories we're telling. Folks, we have to take another break, but give us a call if you want to chime in on this discussion. We're talking about this new film slash back one 809 9 6 two 8 four 8.

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"goulet" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:16 min | 2 months ago

"goulet" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And radio I'm Raleigh James. You know there are over 485 versions of that song. Sammy fain and urban Cahill wrote it in the 30s and everybody from Tommy Dorsey and Bing Crosby to Joe Stafford and Joni James and you'd be surprised the skyliners did it and of course you just heard the 5 satins Fred Paris in the 5 sentence on Ember in 1960. No, of course it didn't chart, but as I say, there's no shortage of acts you can choose, whether it's Robert Goulet or Mario Lanza or Vic Dana or Johnny tillotson or Ray Charles. You name it. 485, like I say, version. Carlos Santana did a version of it. I know. I don't think I have that, actually. But I've got most of the other ones truth be known. And that's what Rita wanted to hear. So I hope she liked the 5 satins version. Maybe not the best, but they did such a nice job with so many songs that I thought, why not? All right, so Ronnie in more stone Tennessee, welcome to WGN radio. Well, I just want to say for Mike Lance, he might want to check with the Library of Congress. I know sometimes or yes, his state's talking about library. Yeah, the problem. The problem is what he specifically wants. I'm sure he's been through all the usual choices. And over the years, so many different disc jockeys have written a book that was not in print very long and not much about it, whether it's a Larry lujack super jock or what have you. And those are the ones that are so hard to find. So he's looking for a source for those. Right, and I'm stumped. Yeah, well, if you think of it by all means, he needs to know. And I know it's so strange I've heard him, he's been looking for some on newsreel too. Sure. So, you know, I hope there's a source out there, but I'm not, I'm not coming up with one, and that's not good news. Yeah, I know. I'm like, oh boy. Yeah, boy. Exactly. Well, if something comes to mind, you call me back and I appreciate the call. All right, all right, thanks. All right, so Johnny, Johnny D is in young's town tonight. Well, and every other night, welcome back to WGN radio. Hi, Raleigh. How are you tonight? That's my Leland impression. There we are. Well, I don't know if I'd go that far, but how wonderful to hear from you as always, what's up? Oh, I loved your little song that you sent to my guy. And all the songs when you mentioned callers, they just, you mean my guy. My girl. My girl. Well, you know, a little gender difference there. But callers love it when you mention their names, so feel free to write as many as you want. Okay, well, I'll finish. I got the dirt. I got a little lyrics, but I didn't do it 'cause you never replied, so I said, last must not want it. No, no, I do. You know, it's not a case of that. It's just overwhelmed with unrelated stuff. And so, you know what happens to email? Okay. I'll get it done over the weekend here. All right. Shoot it out to you in an email, all right? So pay attention. I'll try. I'll do my best. Yeah, that was my leader impression. She always says that when she comes in. Hey, where are we? How are you today? Well, all right, Leah, now you have to work up a Johnny D impression. Turnabouts fair play. Okay, yeah, well. Let me see her. Yeah, so I'm calling back tonight because last night, I ran out of time because you were having a phone problem. Well, no. It was my fault. Well, it probably was. But John, John says, hang on a minute, it's time to check out the news, but we'll be right back. I promise we're not going away. All right, but we will find out what's going on in the world at large right here on WGN radio. Roadway deaths rose

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"goulet" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:28 min | 5 months ago

"goulet" Discussed on WTOP

"Wednesday morning, midweek June 22nd, 2022, it'll be partly cloudy muggy this overnight early morning by daybreak, a low other 60s in the region, 72 in our nation's capital right now. Good morning to you. I dean blame you. Thank you for taking us along for your Wednesday morning rye. Campaign 2022 continues on WTO P we begin to ride this morning with primary Tuesday results locally from Virginia and D.C. for that we go live to Mike barillo with the WTO election desk. Yeah, dean, what a ride it's been and Democrats say they want mayor muriel Bowser. In D.C. to take a third term, she defeated two council members Robert white tran white and former advisory neighborhood commissioner James butler, Phil mendelson gets the nod again for city council chair beyond the dough to remain as ward once council member and Zachary Parker to take the place of outgoing ward 5 council member Kenyan mcduffie. Also Democrats won longtime D.C. delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton to stay on the job. In the undecided races so far, at large council member Anita bonds is trying to hold on to almost 10% lead over Lisa gore and Matthew fruman has 37% of the vote which gives him a 6% lead over Eric goulet for the ward three council seat. While not official yet, Brian Schwab with a 9% lead over Bruce spiva for attorney general in D.C. has announced his victory. I'm very, very grateful to that. People of Washington, D.C., for putting their trust in me. He tells WTO that he respects his challengers, Bruce by and Ryan Jones. I did speak to mister spiva who called me and I think both Bruce and Ryan ran terrific races. I've got a lot of admiration and respect for both of them. And we'll continue to follow all the D.C. races until all the results are in in Virginia Republicans have spoken for U.S. House seats there. The GOP giving the nod to yes Lee Vega, Prince William county supervisor for Virginia's 7th congressional district she'll take on democratic representative Abigail spanberger in November. In the second congressional district, it will be state senator jenn Higgins to take on the incumbent Democrat, Elaine Laurie. The nation is watching those two races after redistricting is believed to have given Republicans a better chance to win them. Republican Ben Klein gets the nod for the 6th district, and in the race for Democrats, the one race we've been following congressman Don buyer gets to go ahead from his party to serve another term as a congressman for the 8th district. Live of the WTO election desk, Mike Murillo, WTO news. 1206 on your Wednesday morning, D.C.'s primaries are over this morning and mayor muriel Bowser has apparently snagged her third

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"goulet" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"goulet" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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"goulet" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"goulet" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Hasley says he's doing for his daughter but he's never matter. Does the carpet match the drapes. Got news for you. The drapes don't match. The carpet through draped doesn't match the other train. He inherited all his well. Listen that's rene goulet. We've got rene tabby we have you know we've got a we've got to sort through the dumbness that's happening in your and you're here with us and we have our for people. Listening at home are patriots. Fans who are at that level are enjoy listening into this very fun. Live one with them. The cia story show. We sent him by la sasina assassin. She's a a sasina. Mma thank you so much is. Here's the headline ready man. Who took viagra pills for a dare. Go extended erection. And here's how dumb that is. It's so dumb. Don't do it. It's so dumb. I'll google docs is trying. It's telling me constantly to autocorrect there to date to date. Because he took it for a date. No no on a date knows right. Like you don't mean dare anyone who's used viagra. I'd never told me. Oh they never told you. I don't know. I mean. I like to imagine i am the human young people. Yes are you serious. I've been out in the world didn't live. There was a recall a wreck college times different. But okay ready you with it right now like this. No no what is so. My question is what is you're supposed to call the doctor of the erection last four four. What is the perio. Wanna read what is more than four hours than someone should be playing horseshoes with you. Yeah you're essentially impresses right game very problematic but nonetheless i would say winco an otherwise normal family man daniel med fourth took the erection enhancing drug viagra to impress his mates. Not not his wife is. This is from away from me. Now you know it's not from the usa. Which is where. I would happen. Like university of alabama auburn fight. Yes he took direction enhancing drug viagra to impress his mates. Those are your real friends just so you know know if they don't accept you for not being a shore leave a b. that's ever show their dick to their friends anyway and you went to college very different times but i never hanging out with your friends and i've never sat with a group of girls and been like who's got the biggest pussy ever. Who gets harder down there. Do you guys do that. It's.

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"goulet" Discussed on The Current

The Current

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"goulet" Discussed on The Current

"This was <Speech_Female> a systematic <Speech_Female> attempt to <Speech_Female> eradicate <Speech_Female> indigenous <Speech_Female> people. <Speech_Female> And you know we hear <Speech_Female> so much in <Speech_Female> the media about <Speech_Female> reconciliation <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> but the r. <Speech_Female> stands for <Speech_Female> truth and <Speech_Female> reconciliation. <Speech_Female> And it's funny. <Speech_Female> How that word gets <Speech_Female> skip tober <Speech_Female> quite a bit <Speech_Female> because the truth <Speech_Female> is very hard <Speech_Female> to hold. <Speech_Female> It is <SpeakerChange> very hard <Speech_Female> to <Speech_Female> look at that and <Speech_Female> say that that <Speech_Female> happened and <Speech_Female> to me we are still <Speech_Female> in the <Speech_Female> truth telling <Speech_Female> stage. <Speech_Female> We can't even <Speech_Female> get anywhere <Speech_Female> near reconciliation. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Unless we're able <Speech_Female> to grapple with this <Speech_Female> true <Speech_Female> and to me <Speech_Female> words <Speech_Female> are powerful <Speech_Female> and it's okay <Speech_Female> that they're powerful. <Speech_Female> It's okay <Speech_Female> that they challenge <Speech_Female> us. <Speech_Female> And that's why <Speech_Female> i say <Speech_Female> and i choose them <Speech_Female> carefully and <Speech_Female> say that it was a <Silence> project <SpeakerChange> of genocide <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> as a filmmaker. <Speech_Male> Is there something. <Speech_Male> This <Speech_Male> isn't a documentary. <Speech_Male> It's <Speech_Male> a feature film but is <Speech_Male> there something that art <Speech_Male> can do to tell <Speech_Male> that story <Speech_Male> that would <Speech_Male> would connect <Speech_Male> with audiences in a different <Speech_Male> way. That <Speech_Male> would connect with canadians <Silence> in a different <SpeakerChange> way. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Absolutely i <Speech_Female> mean this is my <Speech_Female> hope. For <Speech_Female> what the film <Speech_Female> does. And i hope <Speech_Female> that speaks to <Speech_Female> people you <Speech_Female> know. I think there are many <Speech_Female> different ways to tell <Speech_Female> stories. <Speech_Female> And i <Speech_Female> love documentary <Speech_Female> but i think <Speech_Female> you know i <Speech_Female> chose this particular <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> genre <Speech_Female> as an entry <Speech_Female> point that i <Speech_Female> would hope invite <Speech_Female> everybody <Speech_Female> in to the <Speech_Female> story and <Speech_Female> this experience <Speech_Female> and that isn't <Speech_Female> just about <Speech_Female> our pain <Speech_Female> and trauma <Speech_Female> it's about our strength <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> and resilience <Speech_Female> and power <Speech_Female> as indigenous <Speech_Female> people <Speech_Female> and also <Speech_Female> our right <Speech_Female> to have <Speech_Female> a future <Speech_Female> and to hope <Speech_Male> for a <SpeakerChange> good future <Speech_Male> for our community <Speech_Male> one of the most <Speech_Male> powerful lines in the <Speech_Male> film it comes towards <Speech_Male> the end of not giving anything <Speech_Male> away but it says <Speech_Male> we are. We are still <Speech_Male> here. <Silence> What <SpeakerChange> does that mean <Speech_Male> to you. <Speech_Female> Yeah i think one <Speech_Female> of the questions <Speech_Female> that the film asks <Speech_Female> is <Speech_Female> what does it <Speech_Female> mean. Not <Speech_Female> just to survive. <Speech_Female> But to <Silence> thrive <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> you know the fact <Speech_Female> that indigenous <Speech_Female> people have survived. <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> Everything <Speech_Female> that has been <Speech_Female> done to them <Silence> is enough. <Speech_Female> That <Speech_Female> is incredible <Speech_Female> resilience <Speech_Female> and it should be <Speech_Female> celebrated. But i would hope <Speech_Female> going into the future <Speech_Female> that the you <Speech_Female> shouldn't <Speech_Female> have to be <Speech_Female> as resilient <Speech_Female> as previous generations <Silence> have <Speech_Female> been <Speech_Female> and so i <Speech_Female> hope for <Speech_Female> a future. <Speech_Female> That looks different <Speech_Female> than the past. <Speech_Female> That we've all been <Speech_Female> living in <Speech_Female> and it means <Speech_Female> not just to survive. <Speech_Female> But took <Speech_Female> thrive <Speech_Female> means that <Speech_Female> we are <Speech_Female> deserving of <Speech_Female> love that <Speech_Female> were deserving of <Speech_Female> dignity that were <Speech_Female> deserving of community <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> and that we're deserving <Speech_Female> of healthy <Speech_Female> families <Speech_Female> and healthy communities <Speech_Female> and so <Speech_Female> that's part of <Speech_Female> what's explored <Speech_Female> in the story <Speech_Female> when the character nigga <Speech_Female> comes <Speech_Male> into a <SpeakerChange> community <Speech_Male> that lives on the land. <Speech_Male> It's a beautiful <Speech_Male> film and <Speech_Male> it's really powerful <Speech_Male> and it arrives <Speech_Male> at an incredibly important <Speech_Male> time. Congratulations <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> again and <Silence> i hope everybody sees <Speech_Female> thank <Speech_Male> you so much. <SpeakerChange> I appreciate <Speech_Male> it. Denis <Speech_Male> goulet is the writer <Speech_Male> and director of the new <Speech_Male> feature. Film night raiders. <Speech_Male> It screening is <Speech_Male> part of the <SpeakerChange> toronto international <Speech_Male> film festival <Speech_Male> for more. Cbc <Speech_Male> podcasts goto. Cbc dot ca slash podcasts.

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"goulet" Discussed on The Current

The Current

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"goulet" Discussed on The Current

"Our liberty one kind of three which one black in a not too distant future children over the age of five or property of the state forced to attend state run academies they are subjected to indoctrination brainwashing and has one character puts it unspeakable things the new film night. Raiders can't fail to remind canadians of this nation's not too distant past when indigenous children were forced to attend residential schools. The film is now. Screening is part of the toronto international film festival. Danis goulet is the writer and director of night raiders and joins me. Now good morning morning. That congratulations on this. Thank you so much. You have this film..

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"goulet" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast

Puty's World Cup Podcast

09:42 min | 1 year ago

"goulet" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast

"All right boys and girls welcome back. Sam's army episode two point one one four and we got a lot to talk about here. We've got headlines featuring kovic making waves again. Unfortunately we've got plenty of primarily to talk about big weeks for arsenal and chelsea albeit for different reasons quick fantasy fund boy Owner run through that and of course little quick rest of Wrestle roundup that will lean on a residence. soccer nerd. Mikey four out of the of course. Best bets and everybody's favorite segment golas and then after that. Stay tuned for a fun chat with recurring guest in german soccer expert. Julian gristle who gives us update on d c united. An walks us through the bundesliga season sort of a season preview floors to stay tuned for that time to welcome in these beauties in front of me. I'm gonna switch up a little bit here. So i we're going to start with mr goulet mitchell so you were not with us last week because you're on a cross country adventure so tell us a little bit about this road trip. I was on a cross country. Adventure packed all my worldly belongings into my little two door convertible and i drove from los angeles to boston in five days by myself. It was stressful. Long days on the road Spent a lot of money on food gas and ladies of the night and had a great time so what was the. What was the highlight of the trip. Would you say you don't want another part. I stated i call it new orleans orleans postponed i stayed on urban streets. make work pay for it and everything and the new orleans is a hell of a city. That's a fun time. Okay so you you lifted up and did like some drawings in your in your hotel room. Which side did yeah fun time. That's going to be starting all right. We got Let's tweedle number one with limited to mikey Thoughts on arsenal selling emmy martinez. Twenty million and then buying in ramsden for thirty million homegrown quotas very very important. Sam don't forget it. okay. Larry your latte. You're next year. Not last but Who's gonna win more games this year chelsea or the cleveland cats. I kind of like. Can i have my question. Could you give me my question. Can i have that was up. Just go for selling i. He also said this year. And you don't have a ton of games in twenty twenty one. So yeah. I i plead. I don't know if you know you're talking to legally steals guy. I do i do. He was so whenever you put out a question for one of us. He wants considerate hits. Ci love that. I get swipe that too well played. Well played all right. Let's do headlines. So as i mentioned cove nineteen making moves here so the first one christian pulisic tested positive for over. Nineteen this past week. Obviously pray for that stupidest virus but the real question is whether he's going to be available for world cup qualifying which starts in what basically ten days or so right now so it's obviously the big question Obviously we don't really have any medical experts here so we do a chelsea expert. Larry larry wanna steal this one. I just wanna ask larry question. How in the world are you going to replace him. I have no clue we just. We don't have enough funds. God yes we talked we talked about. This is going to get one players. That could i know it's it's a it's a concern. Larry admitted its concern for american fans. i guess we'll see So the other one. America for sure for sure and the other. headline is related so epl the primarily just put out a statement today unanimously voting. That they are not going to release players for world cup qualifying starting in ten days as we said from a list of sixty countries that around the so-called red list which is i mean i guess you understand it because you know the these players would have to quarantine for i think ten days so they would miss at least one matchday and like maybe mid mid weekend but like this is huge. Mean like thank god. It doesn't affect the us. 'cause the us has not on this red list undo El salvador canada are the three teams play. None of them on the red list. This isn't gonna affect us but it does affect mexico. Raul jimenez is not going to be available for for mexico. This is coming. It's just crazy. I mean it could affect I don't know if they've said it for sure. But i know that argentina's on this list brazil is on this list. Egypt is on this list for sure. S- allies out but if ps gi. Think there's a lot of talk of other countries following the same sort of Strategy that would mean no messy for No-name are for brazil in all these other stuff. I mean this would be a huge huge. Sorta shake up in my opinion ship before the summer. Which says we would ruin our summer. But it's crazy. Yeah i don't. I don't know how the international breaks don't make any sense right out other just listened to everybody's making up as you go right. I mean like this is a unprecedent situation and it sucks. It just sucks because especially for some of those teams like egypt like how bad they need salah. It's going to be huge handle any but you're missing the most important is that it wasn't unanimously. It was quote unquote reluctantly but unanimously was the They listen words matter and luckily decided. I've never heard of that before. Everybody was reluctant about it. But everybody went on okay to say the nba players association has reluctantly but unanimously agreed on blank. And it makes no sense. It's just straight. pr move. I it's sor sorry so sorry. So sorry social. Let's go onto primarily so Game of the weekend. Anybody wanna talk about it here. Arsenal and chelsea actually know what happened. But i know they played a larry. You wanna kick us off here. I want to let mike. I wanna know what he has to say. Mitch i you know. I'm upset and i wanna talk about it on the. Hey chelsea were better than us at every position and we knew that going into it but i still had some semblance of hope But but as my fellow last fans no is the hope that kills you. And i mean we were lukaku adopted. Pablo mari congratulations on goggle. Being a new father there he backed them down every time and lost We looked disorganized. we looked sluggish. We were second to every ball I think we need is sexy. Sam that week and i said i think we need to request a mid season. Relegation just swamped with one championship. Team get our mojo back in the championship. Them relegated next year. And then then we'll be well on our way to Finishing fourth next season just say fourth and fourteen. Let me dream force. I promise you closer the other way. where fucking awful where we are. We are all over the place right now. I mean there's no plan. I mean we couldn't even sell william. We determine his contract which marks the end of the worst era of all time like something is dangerously wrong with and then also you have to figure though no partee Bottom gabrielle seems to be back. But i mean don't forget city don't care Tiered is now got a knock again like his aetna bum. Yang both not fit for selection teams in complete disarray. We don't have a right back as don't have one. We have four. But we have none. And like i mean. There's guys like maitland niles. Who just somehow can't play are not playing back. Three and instead going with mari and holding against that setup his out outrageous tell me why are are three best. Chances of the game so score were all from robbing from our centre-back. Why why. I mean the idea that we were going to isolate those two against the kaku and not go back. Five is like fireable. And i don't want to get into that topic but it was. It was one of those things that everybody in. The world had the same idea except the coach and it didn't work so everyone's going to be mad. That's kind of how that works. If you listen we gotta get into this. Because i've never gotten on the whole Bandwagon everything i think. He's sort of been a tough tough spot a lot of times but this game. He was.

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"goulet" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast

Puty's World Cup Podcast

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"goulet" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast

"Other than the to step away from the games for that reason Yeah no it's it's going to be a nice it's going to be a nice way to incentivize getting on one of those giving away of course one of the hidden beauties of the primer. Is you know that early morning. Discharges is not quite as painful Now to the The tweedles we got. Let's he tweedles dee dumb and dumber here of gunar ville no particular order. Of course mitchell goulet as the self proclaimed king getting worked up about preseason games. What are your thoughts on a ball not having been kicked yet and you already being down one zero in north london. Darby's this season i while i I gotta start preparing for these questions more than you. Because now i i stand by what i said. I think it's every sports fans rights. Overreact preseason results but the flip side of that is that I don't think that we're going to impress in the beginning. Part of the season I don't know i. I don't know how to react to what you just said. I'm i'm going to be completely a little off guard there. Good good success Yeah i'm not even gonna read. Listen i don't take anything away for that even a little bit next up. Tommy mccabe latest one word update on orange county. Sec title charge second. The one word really throws me off here but it's still in seconds. The game is weekend to right. Ask the game this weekend. Inex- horizon there and i read Last.

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"goulet" Discussed on Bolts from the Blue

Bolts from the Blue

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"goulet" Discussed on Bolts from the Blue

"Bouli who played some linebacker. Last year is played on the edge He stuck on the roster because of his ability on special teams. But this old staff couldn't decide whether they wanted him to play with his hand in the dirt or wanted him to be astana backer. So this is a whole. He's got experience both but now says a whole new system. It's going to be a whole new change again. He's going to be competing with rump for that edge for spot. Maybe he could stick as a fifth in this group if he can contribute on special teams and maybe they keep a guy like goulet because of the versatility where we'll talk with the linebackers a little bit knowing that goulet can rush the passer but also stand up. That's a guy that has some versatility that could make you know. Make the bottom of this fifty three roster contributed on special teams and then add some versatility and then in terms of Lemonier he joined the team last year. Playing two games and camp but he's way on the outside looking in maybe a practice spot available for him but other than that you got about four or five guys Looking to make the team. Yeah there are some interesting decisions that he made you know you mentioned new osceola guy who certainly has flashed the ability to make some plays As a as an edge rusher over the last couple of years he had a period last year before he got hurt where he was arguably one of the best defenders on the field for the chargers. Then he got hurt and he disappeared and seem like he got buried with the previous coaching staff. So he's a guy who went into camp thinking he had the inside track. But now you're starting to hear reports at a camp. The coaches really liked cuyler fakhro. They liked the fact that he can cover. Which is something that knows who was struggled with. They liked the fact that he can get after the quarterback. And that is something that is documented. He had ten sacks a couple years ago in green bay so they know you can get to the quarterback so he gives them some of that versatility that staley's looking for that is maybe going to give away their intentions on the field on the defense is out there. So it's looking. They've been splitting noah soon vacco. Have they been splitting first team reps so far in camp and they from what i've read. They both had their moments at times. But it seems like crow has shown up a little bit more consistently the knows who has most guys probably pretty much guaranteed to make the team wanna be the The secondary edge. Rusher wanna be number three But they're both probably gonna make the team. I think what starts getting really interesting as chris. Rump and amac boulay If you read about what's been happening in camp at bullies were making a lot of plays with the second team defense. But he's been making plays both as a run defender and as an edge rusher. There was an eleven hundred eleven. And i believe a goal line drill with the second team a couple couple of days ago where he basically single the shutdown. I believe it was a red zone series for the second team defense. He got off the edge stuff to run and then got a couple of sacks and battered to pass on. I think so. He's showing up more and more. And what i think is interesting as you mentioned his special teams abilities. A mecca. wuli is a guy who at least right now is running on first team punt and kick coverage teams so he's the guy who seems to be entrenched on special teams. Which would kind of make you think he's got that inside. Track over romped. Even though rump was a fourth round pick You've you're hearing good. Things he'll boasts has been saying. Nice things about rump. The coaches been talking about him but both has been calling the string bean because he's so skinny and they won't alley and he's a guy who noted when we did our draft study that while he has some upside he's a guy who he gets by on effort a lot and he slippery through the gaps. But he's not a guy who exhibits great technique as an edge rusher even though. His dad teaches defensive. Line there have been reports that rump. Actually have been working out with Khalil mack in the offseason trying to bring his game along. so i'm back kind of work ethic. i'm sure we'll help them out But i would think he would have to show that he can contribute on special teams to make the team this year So it'll be interesting to see what they do kind of what we talked about with the running backs last week you know. Are you going to keep the current year fifth round. Pick are you gonna keep fifth round. Pick from a couple of years ago. How does that draft pick compensation kind of figure figuring in terms of how you're evaluating these guys based on where and when they were picked and a bully boy was a draft. Pick to write but sixth round. Pick something so both. These guys former draft picks rump taken a little earlier. Obviously they think probably they probably a little bit more highly of them coming out of the draft but An opportunity for both guys to really contribute on special teams show. What they can do is edge rushers. Maybe they wind up keeping five. Maybe they go five defensive lineman in five ed rushers figure. They'll probably be somewhere in that nine to ten range with between those two groups so let's go ahead and talk about these linebacker. Yeah it's going to be interesting. A the bottom of that a group too. So let's talk about linebackers which again Another competition the bottom here. Most likely so for the linebackers we've got kenneth murray drew tranquil kaiser white rookie nick neiman cold christianson damon lloyd and amen bog amiga good job i got it nailed it og bog amiga now. I'd like him so. I had to learn his name so i like to watch the news so i remember his name. Yeah i think this is a group where i mean we know the first three guys are gonna make it and murray tranquil and white white somebody who I believe ronald hill tried to recruit to hit. When he was coming out of high school he tried to a safety so there is some history there and yes there have been. I think two or three times this off season were brandon's daily has specifically mentioned how much he likes. A kaiser whites well rounded skill. Set that he can run and he can hit. He can cover. He kind of does everything they look for. And i think they've been having him play a little bit of money and a little bit of star and to some some linebacker so he's getting some experienced playing all over the defense. He's a guy who you might even see play safety on occasion. If they're trying to confuse defenses he gives them a lot of flexibility. And there's been a lot of talking camp this year that murray and tranquil are becoming quote unquote complete linebackers So very high in linebacking group at least especially the top three i watched nick neiman After they drafted him he's the guy who isn't a great athlete but he gets the job done You know he's able to chase guys down to make plays. He seems to be pretty instinctive. I liked him quite a bit when i watched him And you mentioned. I'm not even going to pronounce his last name but ogden bog amiga bog. Amiga there we go He's a guy who they've been asking a lot of camp They seem to really like him. They've been throwing a lot at some of their younger players in camp this year and.

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"goulet" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"goulet" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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"goulet" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"goulet" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"It's at bbc woman's hour or of course you can email us through our website already. I can see that the tweets are coming in on this one hundred percent regulate botched procedures end up costing the nhs time and money not to mention the distress and the harm to individuals which is ninety nine point nine percent of women thanking naomi. For that tweet deke. Your thoughts coming in on that on eight four eight four four and as the government releases strategy to tackle violence against women in the next half hour getting to. Hey what's being promised. And if it goes far enough to satisfy groups that are calling for change but i. It's ten years ago this week since the death of the incredibly talented amy wine house from alcohol poisoning at the age of just twenty seven. The singer and songwriter was a one-off she achieved international stardom winning five grammy awards for album back to black she also made headlines of coast for the wrong reasons had descent into drug and alcohol addiction and her troubled relationship and marriage to blake filed. A civil was much documented. Will those around her. Her family were accused of not doing enough to support her in particular her father. Mitch often at his side said the film. Amy in twenty fifteen portrayed him in the worst possible. Light will a new documentary film. Reclaiming amy on bbc. Two on friday night at nine o'clock features is friends and family and seeks to tell the story of the real. Amy will speak to her mother janice and close friend caitriona goulet who spoken for the first time. I asked them why. Now you'll hear from. John is fast. I was given opportunities to do it..

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"goulet" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"goulet" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"That was the first i ever watched. And it was just an enormous. This is huge deal for chinese government. Yeah yeah and a lot of this is any free indiana a lot. A lot of american conservative scott real real racist about china because all the people drumming and stuff. Yeah yeah yeah yeah turns into this whole media debacle and part part of what's happening so china's only been in the world trade like seven years right and the that was sort of acceptance back into like the liberal immunity estates or whatever after tiananmen which you know this is sort of. This is one of the other weird things about history so china is actually like pretty popular in the us like through most of the eighties. Because they've been like an american ally in the cold war and this is why. I think i'm read. On the two countries that are left are china and the us goulet fighting the soviets. But you know after chinamen. Like all of that sort of goodwill like implodes and this and this means that like eight olympics becomes like all the journalists called china's coming out party is huge international politics geopolitical event and and there's enough international politics is just an enormous dick waving contests that kills people for no reason my favorite example. This just to make clear that china is not the only country that kills people bullshit international prestige points so if my for example. I it's the share. What happens right before the partial nuclear-test-ban treaty. Nine hundred sixty three so you know. It's a sixty three. Everyone has realised that testing nukes above ground is bad. Because you're radiating everyone so they. They signed a treaty. Do this and then the day before the tree goes into effect. Both the us and the ussr spending entire day dropping hundreds of dukes for it's just like they do this giant dick waving contest disapproved. Like oh hey look look at how many nukes can drop and this kills an enormous number of people but you know it kills them slowly with cancer and hard to trace Dude he really talks about the fact that like like thousands upon thousands of people died from just the Just like having this dick waving contents of who has the most nukes so china's version of this. They're absolutely determined that everything was perfectly and there's no pr hiccups and so you know. I mean they they go like they. They use so much. Steel building. The facilities global steel shortage for four years afterwards. Like they go. Doesn't they shut down factories. They bring in one hundred twenty thousand migrant workers who they're paying a hundred thirty dollars a month because socialism and they even even they have this thing. I think of you might remember this. These ibm supercomputers right. They're using to target clouds with anti aircraft guns..

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"goulet" Discussed on Dude Soup

Dude Soup

08:36 min | 1 year ago

"goulet" Discussed on Dude Soup

"It might be another super soldier serum thing. Yeah yeah yeah i Since this podcast comes out on thursday i mean. Obviously we all remember the low-key finale from yesterday like when When shirtless captain america shows shows up any and he actually there's a lengthy lengthy monologue. About why lengthy dick and monologue about how the shield stays on his back. There was the thing is that it was a lengthy dick but very girthy monologue guy wide. Yeah yeah white in short What a great a classic instant classic classic did you. What was your favorite. Part of the low-key finale became. We definitely saw sorry. Everybody alligator in the monkey they come in and and captain america's there and he's like my monkey and then lucky is like he time travels and he goes to win. The monkey died and brings the corpse of the monkey back in time. This is your monkey. Please my son. He's very sick. You're you're halfway there at the alligator dragging ballsy right. I tried to read the synopsis. They got monkey tails. And i'll say oh wait. Time travel include. That he's gotta make it doesn't sound too far off actual show. It wasn't convoluted enough to be a marvel project. Yes i like. When captain america meets loki. And he's like the angels. Have the phonebox doctor. Oh yeah okay. yeah exterminate is. It's kind of wild though the with the show up with your totally with the finale that like time travel attic alligators. All pigs are in the show for real. Alligator loki is incredible. I won't go into details but let's just say too much to say there's nothing really to say about it. Great just good. I love the part where he gets. An apartment in los angeles convinces a man to live there with him. I i like that show. Yeah i am enjoying it. I haven't watched them on division or captain america. The winter soldier watched one of his. You know i don't i find refresh. Okay okay watch and listen i. I was deep in the sopranos for a long time. I was this What do they call it. This this thing of ice. They don't put a name to it. But i was watching that and then i finished that which has given me the bandwidth to watch other. Hsieh's you just started the sopranos. Do we already talked about this. I don't know if did but we're gonna anyways you guys you'll have been sopranos holds up like does it. I hear mixed reviews like about whether or not it holds up better. Somebody who's never watched it. I watched the first couple episodes. And i was like okay. It feels very like time period. Yes he's typing. So i'm not watching being like oh. I can't relate to this because i'm not watching in the nineties. I'm watching it being like. This is a show about something that took place in the nine. There's a lot of themes that i think are ever present. There's a lot of stuff that has aged very poorly already. I'm nearly three hundred. Never even fucking her to gobble. Goule the fuck just goulet. I've sent me down here for the gaba goule looking. He's looking at no please started talking. I wanna see it's for a it'll come up. We'll talk off. I think it does hold up. I think it doesn't i. It's it's weird that those characters are like they're meant to be the people you're enjoying like you're following it for those characters. But they have no redeeming care. They're bad people put there's no redemption either. That's kind of the part. That's the point of it in some ways. The pardon why do i why do i what do i feel. What makes me feel for these characters. That are just shitty people. Well the thing is there's a cold it rise. It's like a gte situations like all these characters are criminals and stuff but like there's just like rule of empathy worried. That's when you're supposed to empathize. You hear the challenge. You bad thing. I was the biggest thing that i disagree with with the entire thing of surprises. Because it's like it's to me. It's like the shining. The shining is one of my favorite movies of all time. But if you have never seen the shining and you watch it now. It's a boring movie. It's a very long movie. That has a build up to what is comparatively to other movies. Now not as exciting and ending as feel about reservoir dogs. It's an integrated on some a couple years ago. For the first time. I still loved it. It's a great. It's a fantastic. Man is like boring movies. Sure i do too. I one of my favorite movies is fucking Brothers don't ever say bory movie. i'll fight you. I love step. I said thank you. I stepbrothers reservoir totally before we go into this. And i just watched in the heights. I don't want. I didn't come in for you. H home that movie. I wasn't crazy about it. Yeah moving on. I to finish my point. Just is the sopranos it now walk. Jesus all right well next. The surprises a very good show for the time. But it's also a show that was made with sustainability in mind without like a real. I don't know how far in advance they had. The ending planned out but a lot of the show feels like they're the endings in say the end it guy just feel like they were making a show And at a certain point they were just making more show yeah whereas other shows that are more modern like breaking bad which i would say is probably on the same level. They knew where they were supposed to end. I think it's because as i understand it not having been a tv viewer back then. This was kind of like a like a like a sea change for for like premium television. I think it would have that procedural style in in spirit because it was made among that but the fact that it reach such narrative like consistency heights. I think had not been seen before. And so like you get like kind of like one off episodes and stuff and like they do this thing where they'll fold in a background character which is just another italian american guy. In the background eventually gets thrust to the forefront for like a very significant pot or even a pot and so like structurally. It's a little dated and there are some. There's like insane like transition wipes there's literally a cube trend like an instagram story. It's insane like there is a lot of that show. her is aged the attitudes. There's things in that show where they do bad things and they say bad things and you're supposed to understand it's bad like things they say about like minorities are like gay people and like in the moment. It's not seen as cooler good but it has gotten age so much worse that what they're saying is not only a little off color and a little out of you know polite conversation but it is like really awful shit so like it's not saying we're supposed to enjoy it but it's like really it's like this is i think damaging the characters more so than it did twenty some years ago for mainstream audiences. It's weird i. I recommend it patrick. Reineck recommended watch through. Please do and that's a part of pop. Culture big bo was that was. My thing is just like it's one of those things where yeah you should definitely watch. It changed the way. The television was made forever but tv has since that point kept. And i feel like has got you know. That's definitely right that that a lot of it has not aged but also as someone who grew up in the northeast. There's a lot that i recognized from growing up in that exact. Same time period. is so funny because like as as an irish catholic family philadelphia there are so many like just similarities and parallels that just like fucking takes me for a ride of mike. Oh i feel like. I've been there like it's bizarre. Anyway that's sopranos cast lucky. Got us here somehow. That's right. Because paulie walnuts is the finale. That's my favorite. Part of the of the is what Lucky turns a quarter and just thought. I was lucky me back in all right. That's enough of that. We have one final segment One that we.

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"goulet" Discussed on Snacks Daily

Snacks Daily

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"goulet" Discussed on Snacks Daily

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"goulet" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"goulet" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"I am enjoying it and really, to be honest with you like I was never a Montreal Canadians. Can I grew up in Quebec Nordiques family? I hated the Canadians. The one thing that I am happy for people back home. As they were in lockdown so long, so bars and restaurants are fairly open and they opened right before or at the playoffs. Um, so they're They're catching up a little bit, and this is really helping small businesses and family owned businesses and And I know that it would be helping people in Toronto of the leaves were in there and Winnipeg, if you know Winnipeg was was pushing, but it's helping in months we all and I I I see friends and families on Facebook and instagram there. You know they're with their their their friends and families and celebrating it, So it's giving everybody a little bit more normalcy and can or in one through all that's there a little bit behind on on getting and the other thing is, it's so eerie similarity. Between this Montreal Canadians team and the 1993 months or all Canadians team that won the Stanley Cup like it's. It's almost scary to think, and I put a tweet out one time. So in the first round in 93 months, we all beat Quebec, right, their arch nemesis rival Well this year Devi Toronto, their arch nemesis, rival In the second round in 93. Montreal, beat Buffalo in a suite with Buffalo at swept Boston in the first round while this year months real beats Winnipeg in the sweep in the second round. Which one if they got swept Edmonton in the first round, and now they get to play a really power house Vegas But they had an injury to a of significance where people are going to say, like Carol Stephenson, not really significant. But I am 93. Pierre Turgeon was not with the Islanders. He was hurt. So like there's there's just so many similarities. I think it's very interesting in Erie in the last similarity as Carey Price and Patrick Wall, right, so it's just It's such a cool story, and that's why I like I debate all the time. Should we let more teams into the playoffs because The Cinderella stories of the ninth place in the 10th place team could make a run for it. Um, so it's It's really interesting. Marty, I have to tell you because you're you're you're a Nordic fan growing up. Mario Gosselin and Michel Goulet tore my soul out as a Sabres fan. As a child. They tore my soul. Marty, I am scarred. So, Sal, Let me tell you I met Mario Gosselin. When I was a kid. We went to softball game. I have a picture at home. I have my arms are boat in a cast. I broke Cracked a bone and boat arms and an ATV accident and I have a picture with Mario Gosselin. Then the guy was super tiny. I'm 10 years older 12 years old and I'm almost as big as he is. I couldn't believe he was an NHL goaltender, but he was great. And Michel Goulet. I have loved Michel Goulet forever. And about three years ago, 23 years ago we were on the road. With the Sabres in Vegas, and I sit at the table with robbery and all of a sudden I look up and Michel Goulet sitting at our table, having having dinner like having the media meal, right? Like. Oh, my God, I started shaking. I started sweating like it's Michelle grew lakes and any then all of a sudden he goes, Marty, can I get your number? Just in case I need stuff from you like I'm scouting. You know if I need ideas, I'm like, sure. Error Here is Michelle glares. My number, right? Make sure you text me every day. And then next week, I get a call from Michel Goulet. Hey, Marty. What about What do you think of display or whatnot? And I'm like, Oh, my goodness. I've just developed a personal relationship with Michel Goulet like I'm on Cloud nine right now, So it's amazing how you bring up these names, and I'm like, Yeah, I was a fan of those guys. And and I know they crush people's soul and the games that they played at things that BP but Now, years later, I'm still in all of those people because of what he did. 581 60. Jeremy. Mario Gosselin, 581 60 goalie Energy. He was a tiny, tiny little guy. You were the blue pads. He had the, uh uh, The Billy smith like cage and and helmet and, Yeah, I used to draw him. I used to draw them like I threw goalies and I would draw him all the time. 58. He would tower over Coal Caulfield is 57. Oh, by the way, Did you like my guarantee Last night? I said he was going to score a goal and he did. I love that kid. He's fantastic. Marty. Whatever money we can talk a little later. I guess I want to keep you too long. The flurry real quickly flurry. Lennar is that weird? What Vegas keeps doing and they switched to a goalie and then he wins and then they don't stay with him. It's very weird. I I would have kept with Fleury in Game four. Really, to be honest with you because Leonard's game one against Colorado was not good. And but again, we don't see practices. We don't see and we don't talk to the guys. Maybe Fleury was You know, emotionally or physically tired And you? You tried to get a boost from having letter in there. Uh, but then if you're going to make the move to Leonard in Game four, any point Fantastic. He was unreeling game for the reason why they want as Robin letter. Especially in the first period. Like he was really, really good. Made some key big saves robbed. I think it was your Army or Byron or whatnot. Rob Car field in the breakaway at one. Nothing like it was great. Now why are you going back to flurry for Game five have a big Marc Andre Fleury fan and and I would have kept him in Game four. But men are one game five. Game four, and now you go back home with gay five and you're going to switch it around. Don't get it. And now what happens? And and this is an issue with coaches that sometimes mishandled their goalie as players start to ask like, why is he doing this? And there's a question mark and two question marks in the room. And all of a sudden it takes away from guys having to clearly just focus on the game like that. Who's going to start in net as it flurries, Atlanta or whatnot. I've been there. I know in the locker room guys are going to see a we just played, We just play, but that's not real. That's not 100% real. That's You know, in fantasy land, you're just playing you don't worry about it, but, you know, it's like the flutey. Uh um, who was the quarterback then? All guys like that They had the quarterback controversy like it. Just Rob Johnson. Dr Johnson. Yeah, it's Woody Johnson like it's just like it. It kind of splits your room a little bit. And I think Pete the board did that. If you're going to go to the letter Play in Game four. He will keep going or he plays well, keep going like you don't have to go back and Fort Leonard flurry like this. I don't think it's handled well at all. Hi, Marty. We kept away longer than we thought we would..

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Trump, Biden go on offense in states they're trying to flip

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Trump, Biden go on offense in states they're trying to flip

"President trump and his democratic rival Joe Biden are both going on offense campaigning in states they're trying to flip during the general election now just over two weeks away I love going to church is president trump began his Sunday with a visit to the nondenominational international church of Las Vegas where pastor Denise Goulet told him she'd had a vision he said to me I am going residents a second win the president made this appeal you better get out because we have a group of the other side that doesn't agree with that Phaidon press supporters at a drive in rally in Durham North Carolina mocking the president's optimistic statements on the corona virus pandemic my grandfather would say this guy's gone around the bend he thinks we turn the corner hi Ben Thomas

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Police Offering Drug Recovery Help: 'We Can't Arrest Our Way Out Of This Problem'

Weekend Edition Saturday

04:06 min | 3 years ago

Police Offering Drug Recovery Help: 'We Can't Arrest Our Way Out Of This Problem'

"To address soaring opioid overdose as police officers trying to tone down the law enforcement to offer recovery help and in Massachusetts which has the country's ninth highest overdose death rate the approach may be catching up with convention drug users to accept help it's not easy for me when the public radio Karen brown reports Emily LaTavia test to sign visitors into her recovery program in a grand Victorian house K. R. Y. N. K. A. R. E. N. and she's been living here since getting out of detox last fall we get twenty four forty eight seventy two hour passes every weekend at twenty nine she doesn't mind the restrictions she's grateful she's alive to follow them after a decade of addiction I had gone down a pretty dark path at that time look obvious traces her turn around to a nine one one call last year high on heroin she'd stolen her mother's car and when she returned it a few hours later officer John Cassella of where Massachusetts was waiting in the past he might've immediately read her her rights because for the longest time the whole idea was no arrest arrest but that's not what happened he gently tapped on the car window and said he was there to help and he wasn't the stereo typical officer who was going to arrest me or get me in trouble slowly learning that we can't arrest a way out of this problem I sat in my car actually close the window on him a couple times and then I opened it a crack like what do you want and he stood there patiently and he said you know I'm here to help you I want to help you and I would roll out my window and look the other way through the glass officer Cassell explained he was part of a new partnership between police and public health and asked if he could try another time he came back to my house again and again and again Cassell is used to rejection he was the first in his small towns police department to get trained in this approach the idea is when officers get a drug related call could be fast could be an overdose they put aside the hand cuffs and just offer help anything from a warm bed for the night to a ride to detox at the very least they'll give out the overdose rescue drugs nor can and talk about how to stay alive it's kind of weird for a police officer to be talking to somebody Hey if we can use heroin for use drugs use it this way to make sure you're not alone make sure there's knocking on hand weird or not more than a hundred cities in Massachusetts have developed versions of this approach many with state or federal funding there are a handful of similar programs in other states but even as police get used to this non judgmental role it's not always an easy sell to drug users some people are very open and I'll talk to other people when I get out of here I don't want to help you know stupid cops get out of here whatever Jeffrey Goulet is an officer in south Hadley Massachusetts not everyone's at that point in their life whether they want to stop so that's another thing that we learned just the way people think as far as the people who are using addiction researcher Alexander Wally is evaluating the approach for the centers for disease control he says it's important not to push treatment too quickly especially right after an overdose when the brain is in withdrawal to have that revelation usually it's gonna take a little more time and and a little more reflection that can mean weeks or months if ever before someone accepts an offer of help they almost all say yes but I would say about half of them actually mean at the beginning there was a lot of me chasing people around officer Cassella eventually talked Emily look obvious into meeting him at a donut shop where he introduced her to a recovery coach name Susan and they stayed in touch but a few months later she overdosed at her father's house she saved herself by using the nor can they left with her and that's when she agreed to let them help her get into rehab for me it was like a tornado went through and all that was left in the center was me in like a vassal land of ruin you know and having Susan and officer Cassella there it's life

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Trump 'thinking very seriously' about commuting prison sentence for Rod&nbsp;Blagojevich

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Kyrie Irving of Boston Celtics comments on MVP

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:29 min | 4 years ago

Kyrie Irving of Boston Celtics comments on MVP

"And he'll text rod and sam coming to la in the bottle joining i just think i still think at the end of the date they're going to get both of them i just that's my cut but i don't know i don't know and it could could change tomorrow and the lakers don't know they don't i don't think they know but i do think you're right about this i do think lebron pg probably already know don't you i mean don't you think the area know what's going on i think everybody i think the ross everybody going through the motions that was the whole thing so that that was the thing magic yesterday could have been doing i wrote this it could be a victory speech or concession speech out of what he was doing but yeah i think he's probably you probably you probably already know you're probably right i i listen i have friends in the lakers and they don't know they honestly legitimately don't know but i do think that lebron knows it's just a question of making sure all everything everyone who says they gonna do something does what they say so i i think up here that's why i'm reluctant to go after magic for often next summer because i think it's going to happen i think he'll be a press conference in but couple of weeks it'd be crazy but if it doesn't i maybe yeah it'll be tough it'll be it'll be tough sledding form you know with if they get shut out somehow we'll be good thanks join us seaman bill the la times i'm doug gottlieb for colin here on the heard let's get to outstanding hard working and debonair newsmen john goulet on the news this is the heard line news garrity by two by tomorrow they'll be like nine compliments nt twenty updates the amazing i appreciate it so kyrie irving said he's happy that james harden i'll happy for james harden he won the mvp but he mentioned on hot ninety seven in new york leave it was the morning that the really should be to be in the league take listen away said mvp is hard to gauge nowadays like because now you have the people's mvp and you have like the nba's mvp you know like mvp in your mind the people's mvp was was definitely james okay the nba mvp was definitely braun do you agree with cairo irving that really it's kind talk to others this week that it's yeah the fans and well that's your the fans it's like we never do the most valuable we don't bring the value that that's the hard definition to really get clarity on it's who had the best season and i gotta tell you that i came hard and had a better season you can't tell the story of the cavalier season without talking about how dysfunctional it was for good portion of time and yeah they got together late but they still end up with fourth best record in the eastern conference when half the teams are dumping games games a better player had a better season and i think kyrie irving in many smart people are struggling like most valuable why aren't we actually doing the valuable like a lot of things that does the meaning doesn't actually equate to what it is we park on a driveway and drive on a parkway doesn't make sense right smartest thing i've ever said so according to an article from espn there is pressure building on the lakers to trade for kawhi leonard apparently this is due to the fact that paul george coming to the lakers is not a lock and they feel like they have to entice lebron do you really now this was from whoa jr and windhorst and trust the people that spin do you really feel that there is pressure now for them to get that trade done soon look i i do think that there's the fear is the fear is paul george situation only even better right if you're is really boston comes in and like look good boston celtics championships and he'd be part of a team that's going to be good for a long long time so i think the philadelphia boston is team so there's the thought that the paul george you go to a place you say i'm only staying for year but you end up wanting to stay from oriented liking it oklahoma is that way i actually get paul george you go there like.

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