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Fresh update on "jaguar" discussed on WGR Programming
"The Jaguars are an interesting offense. I think we kind of know a few certainties or maybe even just a couple certainties. But beyond that, there's a lot of projection. How do you project the Jaguars? And they're three wide receiver frequency given they have a brand new staff. Certainly a new quarterback in some new faces in the wide receiver group. Yes. So, look, sometimes you'll see stats like okay, Well, T Max has never used the tight end of his offense all these years, Uh and they signed one of the top, You know, let me give an example like New England, right? New England is dead last and all tight end categories. Last season, they went out and spent on the two top tight end free agents at that position. And there's no point in wasting your time on stats like they were dead last and the tight end tight end targets last year, right? I mean, they made personnel decisions that kind of told us what their plan is moving forward, So that's what we need to look. And I say that because that's what Jacksonville did right. They did not invest in the tight end position. James O'Shaughnessy is the top of the tight end. That's our right now with guys like Chris Man heard Spend. Elofsson Luke Frau was 1/5 round pick this season. Tim Tebow. Perhaps he makes the roster. Obviously no major investment. So where did they invest? Obviously the wide receiver Mission. You already have DJ chart. You already have a discussion all now you had Marvin Jones in there. He's not going to be a You know a benchwarmer. He's going to be on the field. You also have Colin Johnson was a day three. Pick last year. Look good. As a rookie. You bring in Phillip Dorsett and Jamal. I knew who will be involved in some capacity. We've already heard Urban Meyer talk Those guys up. They drafted jailing camp. They Pharaoh Cooper. I mean, they have a lot of bodies at that position. It tells us that they're going to run a lot of three wide receiver sets. Also, yes, Urban Meyer's head coaches, influence will be very Heavy in this offense, No question about it, but Darrell Bevell is going to call the place. He's the offensive coordinator, and he's been slightly or moderately above average and three wide receiver sets in seven straight seasons as an offensive coordinator. He's actually been very consistent. He's been in the 74 to 79% range it all those seasons the Lions last year at 79%, so I think they'll be just a pinch above that I'm at 80%. But you know, at the end of the day, the point here is yes, Chart Channel Jones that those will be the top three receivers, all of Them have a path to a lot of snaps and a lot of targets in this offense, and by the way, I'll add one more note. They're not expensive and fantasy right now. You know, I think Chanel it's very probably two rounds undervalued charts. Not too expensive. Jones is going late. I mean, you can. You can take a shot on some of these guys and come away with some nice value. No question about that. We've seen rookie quarterbacks, by the way, have some significant value to their team. Heck, we've seen quarterbacks didn't necessarily last in a role. Like Gardner Minshew brings some significant value to his team from a fantasy perspective. Which can, of course apply to the wide receivers. Last one here, Mike and I think it's really the most interesting one because I'm not even sure it's three wide receivers. But how about the Giants? Where do you forecast them with their three wide receiver sets? Yes. So I'm always down at 18. And I thank God that may surprise some people because they do this offseason invested in what? The wide receiver position right? They brought in Kenny Golladay. Clear number one. You still sterling Shepard? There is a versatile inside outside piece you drafted areas Tony in the first round. So much impact. He's going to make early on with some some things that have gone on this offseason. You still have very slight in there. They brought in John Ross for a reason to potentially be a situational deep threat. So you have some depth at that position. However, there's two things working against them here. One is Jason Garrett's history, right? He is the offensive coordinator here in the play Caller Joe Joe Joe judges to head coach. But if you look back at Garrett and over the past 12 seasons, he's called plays for five seasons. Four of those units were well below average in three plus wide receivers. That's that includes last year, which was his first with the New York Giants. They rank 23rd, and they had Kate and Smith their number to tight end on the field. A lot over 28 snaps per game. Believe it or not, so that's one of the other part of it is Canaan. Smith isn't the number two tight end anymore. Kyle Rudolph as they went out and brought him in to go along with Evan Ingram. I don't think you do that, just for Rudolph to play a few snaps as a run blocker. I think you'll be involved when you're throwing the ball, especially at the goal line. So for me and adding it all up, looking at the history looking at the personnel, I think the Giants end up Round league average. I seldom settled in at 18th here at 75%. It's nothing too detrimental to these guys. I think there's gonna be a lot of rotation with Shepherd and Tony. It's light and and Ross. I don't think any of them really jump off the table in terms of values and fantasy, But it's not going to affect Kenny Golladay at all. He's still the number one. I think he's probably a little undervalued right now. And the sky's the limit. The last time he saw him and for He was number nine and fantasy points at wide receiver. So still a lot upside there..
Man Injured by Jaguar After Crossing Barrier, Florida Zoo Says
"Took a swipe at a man who climbed a barrier at a Florida zoo happened at the Jacksonville Zoo and gardens, according to the Florida Times Union. The man was hospitalized with non life threatening injuries after climbing a wooden barrier at the Jaguar display. A zoo spokesperson told the newspaper. The man was looking to interact with the Jaguar closer than he should have, and that the animal reacted as part of his normal behavior.
QB Trevor Lawrence Signs $36.8 Million Rookie Contract With Jacksonville Jaguars
"Officially at Jacksonville, Jaguar, the top pick in this year's NFL draft, signing a $36.8 million contract today, including a $24.1 million signing bonus. The Clemson star expected to be the team starter this upcoming season. With Florida's news. I will all talk
NFL Fines Jaguars, Cowboys, 49ers for OTA Violations
"Or their O t a practice. What is that deal? I don't know. The story does not explain what's going on the Jaguars 49 years and Cowboys have all been fined. For organized team activity violations OTAs or the voluntary practices that we just had, which a lot of teams canceled. The Cowboys fined $100,000 Mike McCarthy was flying $50,000 Have you told me Mike McCarthy messed up? I believe you Okay, I believe you, but they practice in their fake punch a lot or something. But the school fig podcast. Come on. It doesn't It doesn't specifically say what they what they did wrong. Cowboys ordered to forfeit one Oh to practice during the first week of the 2022 off season, the Jags and Urban Meyer. Yeah, you got to clean it up because his penalties were more severe. Jags fined 200,000 Urban Meyer fined 100,000. They were ordered to forfeit to practices. Well, they were probably in full pads for urban's first Go came in. Line them up. Yeah. Oklahoma drill. Let's go. Uh, the Jag said in a statement that the club is quote vigilant about practicing within the ceiba rules and will re emphasize offseason training rules as they relate to contact. We look forward to the start of training camp later this month and blah, blah,
How NFTs Could Disrupt the Art Market
"I would describe myself as a creator. This is afraid. O- salazar carro. He's an artist but would he makes is kind of hard to pin down. My current most favored mediums. or virtual. reality Speculative architecture biotech sure Agroforestry born in mexico city and moved to texas with his family as a teenager. Family trips back and forth across the border left an indelible impression on him and permeate work. I am the director of dreams of the daughter. A surreal documentary dealing with mexico border concepts and logic some politics i call it a magic realism documentary or a surreal documentary. The experimental film depicts the experience of the central american mass migration north. It uses three d scans traditional film footage and virtual reality to take viewers essentially in side journey from the guatemalan jungle to the arizona. Desert sell are karaoke tells the story from the point of view of a young girl. Ashiq i am the jeans and cheek. The spirit of a young immigrant tells us her dreams and memories or really shows us of her journey northwards and she wears a mask of a jaguar cub So she has this kind of mystical guide.
Urban Meyer Envisions Utilizing Tim Tebow in Taysom Hill-Like Role
"Got tim t we got. We got number one. Pick in the draft playing quarterback. We got a team. That was one in fifteen a year ago. And now we're bringing it in ten tibo to run a taste him hill style package. Chris canty what do you think of that. I don't like it g. I gotta be honest with you. I mean we've seen him he'll be able to do a lot of things in the nfl. You can throw it can catch. We hadn't seen him to be able to do that at a high level at least not enough to warrant him being able to make a return after a six year absence from the sport so i just think it's a long shot in terms of being a contributor on the field with the jacksonville jaguars and if he's not going to be somebody that's a productive player. I don't think it's worth the distraction again. This is another one of those moves. This offseason got a lot of those guys in that. Jacksonville jaguars locker room looking at herbert. Meyer sideways i going out there and trying to sign. I will strength coach. Chris doyle to be your head or strength conditioning. After what happened with his tenure there and now with bringing it over i just. It's a move that reeks of privilege. And it's a move that could undermine the credibility of your head coach moving
Is Urban Meyer Taking a Gamble With Tebow?
"The biggest story in the nfl right now. is tim. Tebow and the jacksonville. Jaguars on friday afternoon. The jaguars sign boat to a one year. Nine hundred fifty thousand dollar minimum deal as a tight end. His jersey makes up the top five selling items on the nfl shop dot com store. Now figure that out and to me urban meyer's really running the risk of losing his locker room here because if you talk to people inside the league if you talk to executives and other coaches there's a lot of genuine skepticism over urban meyer becoming. Nfl head coach generally. And there's a sense that it's four more likely that he flames out and never wins a playoff game than it is that he winds up winning a super bowl when this experiment bringing in tim tebow not necessarily even as a quarterback you have trevor lawrence. They're bringing tim tebow into that locker room in two thousand and twenty one and having him sing for his supper is a tight end. There's a belief that meyer runs the chance inside the league of losing his locker room before this season even begins
Jaguars Sign Tim Tebow to Play Tight End
SEC Distributes $23 Million to Each Member School to Offset COVID-19 Losses
"A statement. Not long afterwards saying i want to thank the jaguars for the opportunity to compete an earned the chance to be part of this team. I know it will be a challenge but it is a challenge i embrace. I am dedicated to taking the direction of our coaching staff and learning from my teammates. I appreciate everyone's support. Is i embark on this new journey. So the story coming out and we will be obviously talking about it this afternoon. We begin with mike dirocco. Who's been covering the story all day and then some for espn. Mike thank you very much. It's great to have you on. And i'm just gonna kick my feet up on the desk and listen to how the day begun in what has happened since then good afternoon. Thanks for having me Yeah i mean we had people on the field for the first time today signed this morning and out there wearing number eighty five and working out at tight end. Obviously this is just the offseason conditioning face to the off program next week. They start organized team activities on monday. That's what we'll kind of the whole team together throwing. Footballs and around getting a chance to see. What the former heisman trophy winner looks like it. Quarter at Tight end whether he's gonna be doing some blocking drills running around a chance to find the tibo tight end could've been well. Let's let's talk about What the club has said. And when will we hear next from urban. Meyer and tim tebow. Well i've been told the tvos probably not going to speak until training camp which would be the end of july At least publicly anyway and
Tim Tebow Officially Signs Contract With Jacksonville Jaguars
"Play the Minnesota Lynx Tip office. Five P.m.. Tim Tebow and coach Urban Meyer are together again. The former Florida and Heisman Trophy winning quarterback signed a one year contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars and will attempt to revive his pro career as a tight end. Tebow is returning to the
Initial Betting After the NFL Schedule Release
"News the west gate here in las vegas just came out yesterday with lions every single game all eighteen weeks. You wanna bet on any nfl regular season game. Boom you can thousand dollars. There's a side anatole up at west gate so kudos to them. You know one thing that stood out jacksonville. We always talk about excessive travel. Not good for team. Jacksonville's the only team on the east coast. That is top. Five and travel miles of big part of that is due to go to london. And i also noticed. End of the year gave december january. Jacksonville has three games at sites that could have cold weather in december january. I looked at all. The southern california teams the florida teams in houston. None of them have more than one. So i'm pretty sure. I'm going to be actively looking at against the jaguars fire and ice come late in the year on the road gifts so the questionnaire for me is is that enough to go under on on the window. You know. Trevor lawrence is the big question mark. And i wanna see how he plays so i think i'm going to wait and evaluate not fire six and a half season a win number of pass on that.
Green Bay Packers Reach One-Year Deal With Veteran QB Blake Bortles
"Reportedly set to sign veteran quarterback Blake Bortles. He had spent his first five seasons with the Jaguars spent parts of last season with the Broncos and the Rams. This coming as the uncertainty around Aaron Rodgers remains with the Packers. Well, that seems to make it a little more real right. Yeah, For sure. I mean, I think you know, going into it. Oh, camps and O. T s and things like that. It's going with one quarterback. So, um, it's starting to feel real that the possibility of Aaron Rodgers not playing for the Packers next year. Which is pretty
Why Would Jaguars Sign Tim Tebow?
"We are back final hour. It's been a fun show. We appreciate you being here. A lot of conversation with my Mike smith earlier. We also talked to dennis dodd. Another conversation predictably has been tim. Tebow we've given you a lot of reaction on that in the mike cannon bom from espn former gm jets dolphins. He's been here a couple of times. He had this to say earlier today. On keyshawn jay will and zubin about understanding the signing. I don't like it. I just don't see the upside in this move. He's thirty four years old. He would be a backup. I just don't know of thirty four year old players that can come in and be back place special teams and you're taking away a roster spot from hopefully a young developmental player that could grow with a young nucleus obviously led by trevor lawrence. And to me this is probably through the lens of urban. Meyer saying a decade. And a half ago tim tiba was the most competitive guy i've ever been around and he can help set the culture. If i was in that building what i would be pushing back saying coach. That may be true but in the nfl as you well know. Players needs to be led by players. They believed can take them to where they wanna go and as a backup tight end. I just don't think tim tebow would have that same credibility as he wants dave when he was the starting quarterback in florida. He also questioned whether tibo could even makes a team. I just don't see how he makes the team or urban and he's a really good coach he he's been historically great college but i just don't know he has to earn a spot and he's given a spot. That's gonna cause a big problem because players weren't have a chance to win and again to me just putting on my lens of a general manager and roster construction if you're not a starter in the nfl with only forty six players dressing you have to play special teams so my question. is tim. tibor thirty four years old going to cover cover kicks that remains to be seen. Now if he doesn't earn it does a totally different discussion. But i don't think you could sign him and say hey. He definitely has a spot on this team.
Jacksonville Jaguars Expected to Sign Tim Tebow as TE
"This is austin lane. He's a former. Nfl tight end the host of action. Sports jacks on. Espn radio he was joining. He was joining freddie and fitzsimmons about whether tibo is going to be jacksonville simply for his leadership. The whole narrative that tim tibo coming to jacksonville. Be an urban meyer guy and helping that locker room presence. i think it's baloney. I'm not buying into that narrative because what what guys look for in terms of leadership and guys buy into his guys that have had except you know leaders guys that you can say this guy the baller. I gotta follow him and watch. How does now. I've talked to many times. Tim is a fantastic guy. But i think the whole narrative of you're going to bring him in because he's a great locker room guys all right. Great there's there's tons of great locker got. There's tons of great teammates just like any locker. Rooms made up of all types of people. So i'm not buying that austin lane also talked about. What exactly will tibo be doing assuming. He makes the team the whole narrative. That tim tebow coming to jackson i understand that he knows urban meyer. They have a great relationship. I guess you know. Urban meyer bought a house. experts week. Sent tibo so even if he makes the team. That's going to be great e hollywood. Tv show Urban meyer tim hero next door. It's gonna be fantastic. It's gonna do all the rating. But i do think this. This is urban meyer first year and then i saw and you know he's bringing his guys in. I understand all that. But what earn myers gotta realize. Real quick is that. You can't take anything if tim people is going to make. This team is because tim tebow has earned a spot. There are no you know there is no. I like this guy lot. Let's give him a spot. That doesn't work like that players not locking them. We'll see through that day one so two hundred two things are going to happen either. Tim tebow is not the tight end which we don't think he is and i'll be honest. I'm kind of in that boat or tim. Tebow is a tight end. And he earns his spot and he gets that roster spot and that's it was not good enough during the roster spot. He's not gonna get it. Because of urban meyer gives him that spot. He's gonna lose that locker room in a heartbeat.
Jacksonville Jaguars Expected to Sign Tim Tebow as Tight End
"And football. The big story coming out in the last hour, the Jacksonville Jaguars reportedly planning to sign Tim Tebow as a tight and reuniting him with his college head coach, Urban Meyer that was first reported by NFL network's in Rapid port. And Tom Palace era, The deal could become official in the next week. Tebow last played in an NFL game in 2000 and 12
Urban Meyer Really Believes Tim Tebow Can Help Jacksonville
"Believes Tim Tebow could make the team Give me one thought on Tim Tebow. Why? I mean, I The only reason that this is happening is because every Mars the head coach of the Jacks with Jaguars in urban Meyer was not to the National Football League. Tim Tebow would not be entertaining anything like this, so if he wants have a chance to play a new position. Play for a man that if he could adopt him, Tebow, he would when it comes to urban Meyer, but that's my one thought. Why Tim Tebow? Why?
NFL Draft: No Suspense as 3 QBs Dominate Early Picks
"As expected the Jaguars to Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence with the first overall pick Lawrence won a national championship as a freshman it was a Heisman Trophy runner up his junior year last season before entering the draft quarterbacks also were taken with the next two picks B. Y. U.'s sacked Wilson went second to the jets and North Dakota state's Trey lance headed to the forty Niners at number three the falcons used a fourth choice deland Florida tight end Kyle Pitts and LSU wideout jamarr chase when fifth to the bangles I'm Dave Ferrie
Jaguars Open NFL Draft, Meyer Era by Drafting Lawrence
"The Clemson quarterback was outstanding in his three college seasons completing sixty seven percent of his passes for ten thousand ninety eight yards nineteen touchdowns in just seventeen interceptions while also rushing for nine hundred forty three yards Lawrence is widely considered the best college QB prospect since Andrew luck nearly a decade ago and will pair with new head coach urban Meyer is the faces of the franchise Lawrence won a national championship as a freshman taking game MVP honors as the Tigers hammered Alabama forty four sixteen he finished second in the Heisman Trophy balloting as a junior last season before entering the draft I'm the ferry
Jaguars Open NFL Draft, Meyer Era by Drafting Lawrence
"Maastricht. It was quarterbacks right out of the gate at the 2021 NFL draft at number one, The Jaguars took Trevor Laurence out of Clemson Number two, The Jets tab Zach Wilson from BYU and the 40 Niners went with Trey lands from North Dakota State. Justin Fields out of Ohio State went to the Bears at
"jaguar" Discussed on The Wild
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"jaguar" Discussed on The Wild
"But eventually the you lost interest turned around and walked away. So that's the time. I start loving those animals. Yeah yeah it was not far about two hundred hundred yards emeals photographs and that experience inspired me. I've not seen a jaguar face to face. At least. I don't think i have but everyone tells me they've probably seen me one night. I'm on the steep trail in the pitch dark. Where my headlamp..
"jaguar" Discussed on The Wild
"On jagua. God's help me help me find you. It's six am in the jungle. I'm here because i've been told it's one of the best places to see jagua good habitat and a well protected private reserve. It's all about being in the right place at the right time. You would think that this time of day in this location. This is where the jobs would be. But who knows their own rhythms inhabits but to be told. This is my food straight day of searching. I'm pretty tired and covered in insect bites and very sweaty and look so far. These cats are surprisingly routinely. Good at hiding. The lives depend upon it for catching prey and avoiding humans. It seems beginning to think the mayan gods of failed me. I am looking at every single bush. Every dog hole in the jungle under every palm just to see if i can see face or shape or something in that every. I'm scanning every into my binoculars. Now no more mice. An area cool gallon jug towards the north of beliefs. If you look at the satellite view on google maps is right in the middle of a big swath of green rainforest believes small. You could fit more than five of them into england. It's about the size of vermont but despite its size it's packed with biodiversity and has done an amazing job at protecting nature especially big forests like this and all the life they support. It's the perfect place to begin learning about the home of jagua down. Suddenly a giant heavy nut landed on the ground. Next tammy like that just missed me. I look up and through the palms about ninety feet above me and a tree is a spider monkey. A female with her baby can't tell if he's eating nuts or just throwing them at me. Whoa that one just hit me on the shoulder. She obviously doesn't like the that. I'm this close to her. I just got a splashy something on my face. I think that might be monkey. Yep that's amazing to see. She's climbing across his bow. Now with a with a young clinging onto wiping the p. From my brow. I refocused a little bit lower down looking for joshua starts with looking for that prey and they have no shortage of bite sized options around here a couple of favorites include the armadillo and creature usually smell. Before you see the pechory then like a miniature world ball with a full size out that you'd this dominant mile. He's pretty agitated. Telling us to back up that loud. Clanking sound is the dominant male pechory. Slamming back teeth together to warn the others that i'm here staring at me. Harry's just facing off tackles all up. he's making nine. terminating sounds. make sure that i know. He knows way here. He'd make that same sound if a was creeping up on them so he's like cheese pockets of the rainforest thankfully they bolt away from me into the forest. And it's not just the monkeys and packers. You've got to watch out for here. The plants around to get you as well and he stabbed my head with a thorn. That looks like it would pay my skull at beautiful musical thorns. Each one of them's about two inches long and a shop was a needle. Sounds like a musical instrument when you pluck them mesoamerica this northern part of central america covers about half of one percent of the world's land area but it has seventeen percent of all lamb species the places throbbing with life. The day goes. Fast and dauntless happens quickly around six o'clock all year round here. So i had back to base with one thing on my mind. Done a nice full gear. Emeals floto works at the jungle lodge. I'm staying at and not only. Does he serve ice cold beers. But i found out. He loves wildlife to up to multi a little bit of a few minutes to talk about your photographs and shore. He pulls out his phone. And scroll through. I got the spider monkey really crossing the walkway. Here on the large some of them have taken with a long lens camera but he's also put out a hidden wildlife camera. He checks on his time off. This is the bouba then. A glimpse of what. I'm here searching for that the digital okay. Yeah the jugular looks like. It's a male. It's huge huge. This is very such powerful legs and not long. They're just all muscle and power. Aren't they beautiful patterns. The jonky will looks other worldly. Maybe because there's nothing like it where i've ever lived exotic and stunning. It's orangey coat is covered in large black spots called rosettes and the first glance. You might think but jags a bigger six feet long plus a tail. That adds another three feet. Big male can be two hundred and fifty pounds. A male feels like a kindred spirit is love for these animals runs deep every time he has a day off from working behind. The bar is out in the jungle trying to get that. Perfect photograph is like a therapy for me. You know it's very it's very. It's very special i can. I can explain it. You know All my free time. I just go all tearing the sounds of the birds. I think that that's my music. And also jaguar puma 's gray foxes in general. Just love animals. It's one thing seeing jack you on a camera. Trump like this but a meal has had some personal contact with one of these counts. Two and one morning i almost walking and ears the jaguars on the front going. Seven hundred seventy morning. So he's going to start following the jogger so there was a curve on the ruled attacked. He left but when a meal to that curve in the road he started coming towards me. So i just kneel on the ground. I start shaking my heart beating and the just just Steering on me a meal was scared. He wasn't sure what to do..
"jaguar" Discussed on Pantheon
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"jaguar" Discussed on The Small Business Success Podcast
"Three D. Graphics Real World Animation Lightning speed that you can only get with. Jaguar. Compete. The question. Jaguar. So. Yeah. That's that's a little taste of what we're talking about. Commercials in that time period they were just always yelling at you just yeah. Commercials were yelling at you all the time. Absolutely. That's great. Still like burned into my head is stick up like. And if you don't know. It doesn't trigger something in your brain that means you're under the age of thirty five. That's fantastic. But yeah, like all the commercials like they would rapid. Rapid firing. If you're listening to the audio, you can't see all the game shots they're showing but they just like show you fifty games all at once and then some activists in a studio. Yeah. Two seconds fifteen seconds is the games multiple games all in the two seconds and the rest of it is yeah. The the the teacher saying sixty four and that star Fox clone apparently is called Cyber Morph. Yes and we've and we forgot that there was one other big release for the game that they're really banking on and that was doom. was still do still pretty big at the time pretty P- popular I. Remember that like it was either everybody because I went to school for. Computers and just general computers. We just looked at computers. and. People had quake or they had doom on their personal computers which required all of your power, all the computing power to play. But. You can play you can play dum on the Jaguar, but for some reason, the game had none of the music. Atmospheric tone to the game, you were just shooting demons..
"jaguar" Discussed on Outside Podcast
"After kind of an eternity. Their ad said it's starting to get right. I said no it's not. It's your imagination. They said No. Look at the ground you can. You couldn't see anything now. You can see a little bit and I looked at my hand and I said God I I can see my hand a little bit. You're right it got light. The Jaguar disappeared. He he wandered off now. We never saw so. We waited up there for for quite a while to be assured as we could that he wasn't just playing a trick on still to encourages. Come down from the tree and so Ed let himself down. I covered him with the twenty two and nothing happened. I climbed down and and and then we set a compass course for where we thought the lake would be and we saw the do not far from where we hit the lake and so we made our way over to the canoe canoe and paddled back. Well Yup I mean I'm ever since I've been able to do any trip really. Yeah I haven't shied away from any kind of trip. It's nearly impossible to talk about a forty seven year. Old Story about the lessons learned coming off as hindsight but for whatever it's worth and says that the legacy of that night is a sense now that he can handle himself in a tricky spot. After the night in the tree he felt like he can hang with Vicky on any trip. She could dream up and he did after they were done in the canoe. They traveled through South America together for another few months and then when they got back to the US they got married and started a dairy farm. Together I felt like we we had been to the heart of the jungle and and survived and Bruce says if ed got courage. He got focused from that night. He says now that that was when he stops floating around and decided that he had to be someone who did something with each day. Because you never knew when a Jaguar might. Jc Tree everyday has to count. And if you're not finding everyday satisfying or fun than time to do something different. He says this kind of outlook on life let into medical school and he had a second career as an oncologist. A cancer doctor and I probably took too long to decide to make that transition but but it's a big decision the allstate friends and travelled together as they got older and had kids and move around the Pacific northwest. But if you remember. This is the story of a broken friendship. I don't think yeah I can tell you about it but I don't think I want to do it on the record. Yeah because Because we came from different very different points of view. I asked about it. And here's what he told me about. Their fallout in. Twenty Eleven Vicky was diagnosed with breast cancer. It was very treatable not quite routine but very high survival rate Vicky however the same bottomless enthusiasm and energy in stubbornness that. Got them all out. On this life-changing river trip Vicky dove into alternative treatments. Yeah it was really bad we She had than natural treatments. I and they really didn't do anything to stop the massive tumor development. Ed described it as trying to fight tumors with Herbal Tea. And no one not even. Her husband's oncologist. Best FRIEND COULD TUCKER OUT OF IT. So Ed had to pick a side and because of it he lost Vicki and Bruce and and I didn't even realize that I was depressed. It was like I basically just worked so I get up in the morning milk. The goats do my chores take a nap in the early afternoon and then do the evening chores and I just did that. Show her the whole year after year. He started around the world traveling to rough. Parts of Asia. Climbing Kilimanjaro. Doing the kinds of things that he thought Vicky would want to do herself and that he would have never done if figgy hadn't spent her life pushing him to new places. I think doing that first trip just allows me to do anything really. I can do whatever I feel like. I wanted to just seeing how my wife was really helped me to overcome fear and just do things that I wanted to do. When I reached out to Bruce All he knew was that Ed had recently been somewhere in India. He wasn't sure where he was now. Physically or mentally. Or if you WANNA talk since Vicki's death. They've both considered their friendship. Another cancer victim. But it turned out that Ed was back and he said yes that night in a tree with the Jaguar. That was something he could talk about in fact after he and I sat down at told me that he loved to get together with Bruce Sometime. Tell the story again. See if they remembered at the same way he said it sounded like a lot of fun. When I talked to Bruce he said the same thing so far it hasn't happened. Cancer and Jaguars totally different beasts. And Ed Bruce. Climb different trees this time. I haven't come down yet but it looks like it's starting.
"jaguar" Discussed on Outside Podcast
"The body can maintain low great anxiety for months but an acute stress response peaks after about ten minutes and then begins to fade no matter your gender bodily functions that were shut off because of stress. Start TO RE engage. Even if you're still in the same danger you'll start to calm down and men regained access to higher brain function to me. I'm not sure if this is really true but but the idea I had I had in my head and I think I still do that. The jungle cleans itself out at night. The week creatures. That aren't that just aren't GonNa make it. Don't make it through the night and we were and we were pretty poor excuses for monkeys so so I felt like you know. We're really in trouble for Eddin Bruce. There's nothing to do but wait think I felt like well. We we hunt. We get hunted. That seemed fair and I remember thinking about that. That nine the hunted and that's the way nature is and that seems in the greater scheme of things like a fair way for it to be in. That really is the way that it that it is on the world up in the tree. Shut off from their vision. Their other senses started to compensate studies. Show that ninety minutes about being able to see is enough to measurably improve your hearing. So that night they heard the jungle like a few people ever have just this cacophony of sounds loud sort of almost white noise. They were Chris. Shadows of loud sounds and then they would be kind of harmonic of different tones. That came with other insects are the same ones. Meanwhile she'll hear the Jaguar not not too far off but he had that that rhythmic combination of breathing and growl all night. I honestly do not think we were gonNA make it through the night and I felt like we had done everything we can do. But chances are not gonNa make it through the night.
"jaguar" Discussed on Outside Podcast
"Do now big adventures and pretty soon. Your friendships start to have origin stories. Not Talking about how you met their stories about the time things went south stories. You till forever. This is one of those origin stories. Rather it's a story about one of the stories because in this case the story survived but the friendship did not but the reason this friendship broke down is not because of some betrayal or unpaid debt or a broken promise. Just bad luck bad decisions and death. By the time I heard about it. Bruce Fray and Ed Welsh hadn't spoken to each other in years so I talked to them separately a few weeks apart but a chapter of their lives so long ago. Now that it's almost like it happened to other people so my name's Ed Welsh and I was born in Bedford or again it will. His gray hair pulled into a ponytail. He's quiet and thin and grew up. Poor in rural Oregon. He's a pretty timid explorer. So it was fortunate that he met Bruce while they're both living in Santiago Chile both based in Santiago. So so we so we knew each other through the Peace Corps Bruce Frei is bearded and bald fit and trim guy with a pointed. Face still moves like someone forty years younger if you met him you would not believe that. He's in his seventies. The other character in this story is Vicky who was living in Brazil house in Santiago at the time she was in the Peace Corps. She's just an American kid who were driven south from Chicago Lever Adventure more on this later. But we're not going to be hearing from Vicky. Even though this whole thing was her idea. Brustad we're nearing the end of their time in the Peace Corps. She proposed expedition through the Amazon jungle. They travel by canoe. Paddling down the Memorial in Madeira rivers. Which form the border of Bolivia and Brazil they hunt fish and live off the jungle and then work our way down as long as it was fun basically. It was a crazy idea but vicky wouldn't let it go. Bruce who previously had another adventure planned signed on relatively quickly. She's one of these people who can just gin up enthusiasm and lots of people around her. And and so. That's that's how that happened but this wasn't something ad would normally do Vicki to work on it but eventually he said yes. Vicky was equally persuasive as stubborn. By that time I was really attracted to her and I wasn't going to go if if she was going..
"jaguar" Discussed on Z104
"Arm ripped off in the process. So basically gives you don't know says Jaguar was in a cage defense the bars were kind of spread opened a little bit. And this woman there's a barrier. So you can't get right up to the cage. The woman hops the barrier got up against the cage the Jaguar reach through the cage and almost ripped this lady's arm off. Okay. So now barely they gotta put signs up at the zoo that say, please do not jump the barrier and tried to take selfies with the animal. Yeah. Did he's pointless poll. Question is signs. You never thought we would have to put up. But apparently, we do is kind of like the the story for the first time, the lady got coffee, spilt it on herself. Sued him. She's ashen contents are hot coffee or this. They put them on microwave popcorn bags to caution. When you open this contents will be microwave contents will be hot don't look into the bag. Yeah. Or how about a sign right before the HR BT? That's that says this is a tunnel. You will come out the other end maintain speed. Yeah. This people have gone through this before. Make your. Maybe that would be a warning warning signs. You never thought we would have to put up. But apparently, we do that's what we're looking for text yours seven five seven one four. This might be a actual warning sign that you really saw or might be one that you're like, well, I didn't see it. But we definitely need to put it up. All right. When we come back your top, ten answers or new radio dot.
"jaguar" Discussed on High Noon
"Because as it happens. That allows the due to give you the ball to give it to you get what the hell I see you big all be any dropped the ball. They're after. But this is oh, this is a team that is looking for an identity, and they have found it in opposition to their former coach, which is strange because you know, the guy was fired. But hey, well, whatever. Defining identity an identity for week. It'll be identity the next time. They play them. Then I go into a game against the Steelers feel like we're gonna show Hugh Jackson. They wish they could though last day. Blake Bortles after losing estimated, Josh Allen and the bills. The Jacksonville Jaguars have made some changes Doug Marrone, his analysis that Cody Kessler will start Sunday against the colts. And this morning announced that they are firing offense coordinator, Nathaniel Hackett, according to you and Rappaport Hackett quote thought he was being called into discussing QB change. Instead he was out and quote, obviously, the QB change happened. Anyway. So what is your reaction to this news? This doesn't make any sense now right now it made no sense to fire Hackett at the expense of Bortles than I imagined hack. It's frustration where he thinks they're about to tell them that. Finally, he can call somebody to blame for it was like now we had to be cooking with game. And they tell them. No. We're about to be cooking with Blake without you. And then after they fire him they say, oh, by the way, Blake Bortles is being benched. So whose faults are you saying that this is that it's going in this way? If you think you need to check out another quarterback. Why did you wait this long to season? You didn't have to set fire to the season before you make any of these decisions. I don't understand anything. They are doing right now the best defensive what the Jaguars are doing right now is that they are finally recognizing who is bad at their job that they employ. Maybe they truly believe that Nathaniel Hackett isn't the answer that the fact that he was running the ball. So often about sixty to seventy percent of the time while I'm not saying that it was. Look at that. Right there. You know, what they should have done. Right. Then what do they play? But here's the problem. If you do not believe in the annual Hackett then. Yeah, I get it. Get him out of there. Maybe he's not the right? Chef for this kitchen with two weird ingredients. But the second thing you do which is getting rid of Bortles. We were all calling for it. So my question simply is if you are Tom Coughlin, and you're trying to be Preservationists about yourself rinse you like be served to get like a week with Bortles and then play this as long as possible. Because getting this all done today seems like it's a bit too radical for his self interested personal go look at the quarterback that Doug Marrone is as the fan you'll Hackett to coordinate in Jacksonville and in buffalo now that being it this team has lost six games in a row. And if you wanna see the level of frustration here, let afford that won't find somebody so bad that he ran sixty yards to do it. Now, this is one of the most Larry's plays I've ever seen because it's one of those simultaneous possession things. I never really understand how it works. But neither one of these is letting go to ball knows right? They laid up all. All top each other everything else this four that. He wasn't in the game. Right. He's ready to go. The scrat- happened. Carlos. Hi,.
"jaguar" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"Yes, the the Mayans and and many other groups throughout Jaguar range. I Jaguar still get killed a lot, but not nearly to the extent that they that they used to. And it's not because these these poor communities. Or these indigenous groups had some kind of a conservation piffling it's because they had a growing economic awareness, it's because they all of a sudden their lives could be better off because people came down and paid money and stayed in their local thatched motels or or huts to to see Jaguars or to follow Jaguar trails or to buy their local handicrafts. Then they ever made from cutting all the forest and just growing corn and selling the corn and just barely living barely surviving. Their lives were better for it. And they realized that that that this was a win win and they loved it. They, they ended up really liking Jaguars. I in my early days, I never would meet a local person who dared walk in the forest without. A gun, they just felt there. It was crazy to do that. It was just too dangerous out there. I rarely meet a Mayan now in the same area or a local person who's carrying a gun and it's not because they're mandated, not to. I ask them where why aren't you carrying something you're Michetti your gun? They said we don't. We know that there's no need to. If we see Jaguar, we stop on our bicycle and we watch it now. Now, that's that. That's people starting to live with the big cats. It can be done just like people live with mountain lines in the United States. Will it mean that they'll be no problems? No conflicts, no, it it it. It doesn't mean that, but we have to view it in the same way as we view conflicts in our everyday life. I can't understand why people classify conservation or or living woods with animals as different from the the problems we have every day of living who with other people, like you said a little while ago, we're all human, but maybe we'll all also wildlife Cintel. Exactly exactly. There's a so. So there's a phrase that I think is often used kind of romantically and there's a lot of energy around this now talking about the animal human bond. Okay. So when people talk about that in the United States, they're talking about our relationship with our dog. And our cats for the most part. But I just wonder for you with all these years, you've spent an in the presence of of big cats, for example, of of animals with whom many people have for understandable reason not felt safe walking in the presence of without a gun. I mean, have you learned things about the animal human bond that would stretch our imagination about that. I'm trying to think how I, how I explained what I feel without without seeming like it verges off into the. Into the almost supernatural because it's not supernatural. I do feel a very, very close bond with animals, not just with the big cats, but but with animals as a as a whole. It doesn't mean I don't feel fear and respect for them. In fact, I'm often I'm often angered by TV shows or by commentaries that that I hereby by people who feel that he can truly bond with wild animals to where you can. You can go up and touch them or sleep among them or that kind of thing. And invariably, those people either get killed or mauled because there is they are a different species from us. There is a wild, the net this about them. And at the same time I have tracked, I have come face to face with with wild Tigers. I've come face to face with Jaguars lions, all of them almost all not yet a snow, leopard. And I felt great fee now. Fear was definitely a part of part of the the, the menagerie of feelings that ran through me and that's healthy, I believe. But I also felt that there was this incredible. I was. I was so flattered to be in the presence of this unbelievable wildness that we don't feel during our every day every day lives. Could I bond with them? I almost. In a way? Yes. And yet in a way, I almost learned the opposite by spending so much time in the jungle with these Wildcats and sometimes significant time with them face to face..
"jaguar" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Some not bad sun stages yeah blind man sensor one man me scott around now we have to gather around the rosenthal jaguar advertisements traffic center for this report brought.
"jaguar" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
"So beautiful yeah the story of amy and jaguar is is is just it's just mind blowing and it's gut wrenching i had this thought about about honor killings i was kind of doing some thinking about that and would i i was having a conversation with someone and i just i don't think honor killing itself is really at the end where somebody gets killed in the name of honor killing i think that it's a process of killing honor along the way and what you find in this film is there's the the vice grip of of this this wearing down of people and the at one point i know that during the dangerous part of parts of the film will it's all dangerous but there's a felisa acts is also a spy to help the allies and her connection looks at her and says what is this usually these are pictures of the buildings and and and he realizes just how dangerous it is that what what she's actually doing that is above and beyond what was asked and he says you've lost all sense of danger and that's so that is completely not safe at all and what you see in this is that you know we cannot live in fear but we must be aware and felisa has just gotten worn down to the point some people might have just walked away and hid themselves but she actually was so out in the open that she was starting to really lose all sense of what could happen to her in the in in that moment she knew what eventually could happen to her but every moment that went by she became more and more daring and at some points you might think even foolishly so but as she was told by her one of her friends that you think there's nothing that can stop you and she replies oh yes yes there is plenty that could stop me but it is my little right to be happy and i found that just brought me to tears because this is really the message.
"jaguar" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Mike do you really believe that that sounds pronounce joe may nut wisconsin education is at jaguar's or jaguars i didn't realize that was saying you said you said jaguar it's jaguar i think it's jaguar are you doing this input especially the threat now dan no i can't confuse you i i just we had a problem with this yesterday we needed to know how to pronounce jaguar and then the the english say jaguar and then the or jaguar and then we heard jaguars so then when i thought you were mocking me i thought you were punking me joe up so i was actually ah i've actually never heard this discussion it i i've always said jaguar xe here's the ears your podcast with with the un aj hawk on your podcast ugo now you got you got one more year left on your contract do yes one more year my contract up all right and you're definitely playing have not made a decision yet what would be the tipping point of why you would or why you wouldn't well i get asked a lot what's going into my decision and for me really it's just gonna come down to my overall health do i feel like i'm healthy enough to survive another nfl season towards the end of my career of add some back injuries and some injuries that have been really nagging in difficult to handle and it's really going to come down to how those feel and if if i feel like they're healthy enough to survive another year why is it that we don't talk about lineman getting concussions it feels like it's a quarterback skill position players how i mean you guys are getting hit every single play is it because short you know the proximity of you know those hits with the opposition that maybe you don't get them as often or my blank be naive.
"jaguar" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"I love this story dick stockton yup and march layer all he made called the rams jagr's game the thing i think you're fox tv i think so stockton was reading a promo for the upcoming halftime show is that would you thought it was gonna bring up okay here's the exists he might so there's on the screen there say it says coming up to half terry jb with highlights feature on cheered gough feature on leonard fornet right okay so it's the graphics on the screen the producer hand stick socks in the card and dick stockton says this fund that he's a halftime report kurt terry how eu michael hand tony you look on graphic for the final two bullet points that now admitted anchorman okay admitted beyond his that would you do you read whatever linford in your words you have caught now i wouldn't have caught it i wouldn't have cuttitta apparently show larry played again that is so that is so frigate funding promethease a halftime report kurt terry how eu michael han tony you look on graphic for the final two bullet points that space is that soon is totally you have more of that that little steady but you know what i did never appreciation foreign accustomed sized stockton out the entire time who's listening to him howdy in play say the name of the jacksonville team jaguars okay did you hear how dick stockton said it no the entire game he said jaguar's wise jaguar no less no he was doing it like in french jaguars jaguar i'm like no you could say jaguars like the car you can gonna say jaguar hires which is what people said north you can say jagge jaguars but not jaguars he's doing jaguars like it's a french now every time he said it i would like but y'all ravs unbelievable vetted but i i will put up with it just played again greg just so we could hear this i will put up with it forever you ponder visa halftime report kurtz harry how eu michael hand tony you look on graphic for the final two bullet points how long how far not jit eid's almost sounds like he didn't even realize he did it no like he just kept talking yeah did anybody call now and a notional earth goes a now look at the left guard death craig shirley funny that is so great fast chat jaguars jaguars all right.
"jaguar" Discussed on Let's Talk About Cars YO!
"They have over there right but i hope so the oba ovalles is going to be an oba about oba so speaking of the sport tourism tourismo there was actually some other exciting news in the wagon game and jaguar is release in their own sport break molik we talk about the name jaguar and how the the seventeen different ways to say it and the people say the route jagge the jaguar jaguar jet uwe law it's time to get that it might dig i i do i devoid the i just want to point out that everyone has their own interpretation how does a jaguar is jaguar tackle wire jaguar jaguar the the two ways that you guys are saying it is wrong how about the way on how it you're saying you're sagara jaguar jaguar were i think it's jaguar jaguar jet got it out on jaguar oh nice jet uwe i actually believe you therefore okay so we've spend a little time on it on jaguar but they had they have the f sport break okay and they they confirmed that the car is going to be coming to the united states so that's a good thing because these these wagons and all these different kind of even even hatchback he kind of cars like they don't they don't do well in the states or they they haven't for a long time because you know the the people who make the money here in the state's don't think that we want them the true but now they're now they're making a comeback and i think people are getting really really excited about with the with the 5series touring the the e series wagon uh then in the now the sport break and also the a6 avant doughty six of on which got i would love to have ringing that's not come to the states old here's i've been hunting for all or is six all of my life.
"jaguar" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"No way a lot that gotta watch it is they should close out on forty characters left and i'm gonna get a reader what's at taught at him get away a lot we would in chicago we're not even police powers no annoyed but we tracking fugitive so they give us permission to cross the line and we got some chicago copper's to help us with the dude and we what basically witness the wanted dude pull up and he was driving some kind of malbo exotic sports car how came up with a ferrari earn he was a good drug guy making sabena anywhere he gets uh what's the what's the car with the cat on the jaguar jaguar germany jaguar so he pulls up we basically at it's a carrot and the cathay three live earth out my teddy tinto's cat's just say on front of mike is easy confusing able to ferrari jaguar we witnesses drug deal happen behind this by the way classy car for a drug dealer a jaguar knew what various worrying and it was one of the sportylooking we ask surreal type so this drug dealer has yeah so we witnessing him pull up and do a drug do and then we all like are the swore him in a block men we blocked him in in two cars didn't really know how he fit in between them but just takes off fitch between through the car so now search screaming down the middle of downtown chicago i i know a 150 miles per hour i mean like the movie sasebo hidden intersection hundred and fifty and if there was a little bit of a rise twenty elevate off the ground backed down pets also we less like we were like emitted we're in a top were like color guard ever get caught yeah he ended up getting later he got away twice solicitous he gets away.