21 Burst results for "Joelle"

"joelle" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

04:15 min | Last month

"joelle" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"I would love to build a rhythm with this group. I would love to understand the spacing on the floor of the chemistry, the coaching staff organization, and get a feel for it full on. I actually have a good feel for it now, but it's a lot different when you're not playing. So yes, my goal is to get as soon as possible. Obviously I can't get out there next month. I am a little over 5 months now. And like you said, it takes about they say a ten to 12 months, but you know, my goal is a little bit before that. We're on a really good pace. I like where I'm at. But speaking of, like you said, the athletic system, you know, we talk about athleticism, given the fact that I'm one of those guys that doesn't need to be very athletic and my game is not built up. Athleticism. I don't need to, you know, I guess worry about, I mean, I still worry about retailers, it's not important to prevent that. But because of the fact that I'm not, I mean, I may try to block a shot or two or get some rebounds because I'm not a planet about the rim of a bunch and running a million miles an hour with the ball. I'm a corner to corner guy based on the baseline type of guy. Just make sure I got my lateral quickness back. I think it's easier for me or I'm able to get back to myself a little bit quicker than the guys that are jumping 40 inches in the air. And that are more athletic. But yes, my game is very simple and I think I can get there even before feeling like myself, but I want to be feeling like myself, but I know that my game is something that I don't have to be a 100% to be able to explode to play. As long as I can run, as long as I can slide, you know? Because I'm not crashing the offensive boards anymore. Thanks to Joelle. And I'm staying clear of that. And defense boards the box guys out, I think. But I don't have to jump as much of a block. I'm not taking risk as blocking any shots anymore. So it should be a pretty good adjustment. I should be it shouldn't be that as hard of a transition of when I'm ready when my leg is ready and strong enough to be able to play my game because I don't I'm not doing what y'all does jumping 40 inches in hang time and climbing people's chests. So yeah, I'm excited about it, but we're in a really good spot without giving up too much information. I think the other thing that's going in your favor too is just where you landed, right? This team won young, a lot of young legs to there's good depth there on the perimeter like you've had a career where for years, whoever the best perimeter player is on the other team, like you're often having to check

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"joelle" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

04:35 min | 7 months ago

"joelle" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

"In a weak restaurant conference, the last team that got into the playing game in the Western Conference needed only 34 wins to do it. You needed 40 plus to get into the east. So let me ask let me ask you this, sure, 'cause you know, I don't know, sure. Well, problems all year, man. Did a shitload for this exercise? They had different kind of problems, Jimmy, you know that though. Again, I'm not a discounting one and B did, but have you ever seen a single guy carry a team quite like yogurts did this year? When he went off the floor, they died. They collapsed, they were probably, I think they would have been the worst team in the west without them. And instead they were 48 win team. Bobby, you act as, again, he had a great season and he was the most valuable player on the Denver Nuggets roster. But what he did above anything and everything that other players did in the entire NBA. No. Joelle averaged 30 plus points led to do you know how hard it would be to lead the league in a score when they don't? There's nothing wrong with second place. Well, yoga should understand that. He shouldn't be second place. Think about this for a second. Joelle is doing things that the league is legislating him not to be capable of doing it. I like this. Joel led the league in scoring in a league that doesn't want citizen even play, let alone score. And he did it with tyrese maxi. So isn't great. But max. Max is a revelation, though maxi is more of a new are you sure that he did it with maxi or did he help max to become a better player? I'm sure. Let me ask this question. I like that. Bobby, let me ask you this question. The last time I checked was the MVP has a way of elevating the place. It's just a game. All right, let me ask you this. Should the NBA MVP play defense? Be shut down by grant Williams. What? Exactly. What? Good question. Should the NBA MVP be someone that grant Williams can shut down? Well, Kevin Durant was he's one of MVP and I guess he's kind of been shut down. Why you said arguing last year? Batman. Batman has shut down some people here by the way this year. Defensive player of the year considered..

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"joelle" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:42 min | 7 months ago

"joelle" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Characters that you sort of would expect to see, but they're in the background and never quite taking over what is his very specific journey of like, here's a guy who's draped in fear his entire life and he's going to tackle that fear with the help of a character who's fear is the major hindrance of her life, you know? And it's old guy and young girls sort of come together and figure out their lives. And I love the bear cub aspect of the storyline. It really works for me. I think they take strange and new and interesting places without sort of abandoning the character and yes. The Sam Raimi of it all. We get an official horror movie in the MCU. It's our first horror movie, and it's so much fun. Joelle, you are forgetting morbius. Well, Steven, why would you bring that movie? Oh no. No. We are living in the summer of morbius people. But this feels great in a way that you can bring, you know, I mean, I'll have kids so I always give the age a drum. I think a ten year old could probably handle this film and not have horrifying nightmares. There are moments where I think maybe you would want to shield your 5 year old's eyes and be like, don't look at that, it might scare you. But overall, I really did enjoy this movie. It's a lot of fun. One of my big takeaways from this film is that it is way too scary for little kids. And I was very taken aback by the PG-13 rating and how much horror imagery, how much just intense imagery there is in this movie compared to most of these kind of buildings getting knocked down kind of movies. My kids are now adults, but I definitely had that parenting like, oh man, I would not take a little kid to this movie. Just putting that out there. I'm Glenn, what did you think? This movie is kind of a mess. It's not entirely an unpleasant one. I mean, Raimi has said in interviews that a lot of the things about this movie were changing on the fly as he was going through it. So they were laying the tracks right down ahead of the train while the train was in motion given COVID and a host of other things. It feels like that. It's a jumble. So my reaction to it isn't as pure. It's one of those films that while you're looking at it, you feel like floating in the air between you and it is this kind of Gauzy scrim of studio notes and studio memos..

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"joelle" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

03:18 min | 8 months ago

"joelle" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"I don't know that I've ever worked this hard to find an argument for a guy. 'cause usually I'm pretty much like, well, no, I don't think he's there. But in part, just because the conversation gets to be so toxic, I was like, I want to do, I don't want that to influence my thing here. I want to really dig to try and find what the argument is. The most sound argument for him and this is currently still possible for him to reclaim with the sixers tied in the standings of the box after the bucks lost to the Mavericks on Sunday. Is of the three major candidates, Joel embiid has legal league in scoring is a defensive monster is hugely impactful just in terms of if you can't do anything with them, has become a much better passer, especially a double teams. That was always my knock on him. He's doing great at that. He works really well with harden. He's still the season a good mid range shooter last year. He was a great mid range shooter, fall a little bit there. But mostly it becomes trying to rebounds, not historic, just a lot of rebounds. Lazy leg and scoring for the team with the best record amongst the leading three candidates. That's like the best summation of the argument is legally scoring for the team with the best record of the three candidates. That to me is just not enough. The sixers have a lot of reasons. For their success, none bigger than Joelle. The team still really good..

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"joelle" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

05:00 min | 10 months ago

"joelle" Discussed on NFL Live

"That's supposed to take out somewhere. What that mean? That's why that's why you have to share this with God, because I appreciate, I appreciate you send me up on that. Now I'm hosting this thing so I gotta get it to it 'cause I need you. I've been wanting to talk to you all week about this. 'cause like my flight crew, that was lost twice on my way trying to get the harford. Being Simmons been lost all damn season in Philadelphia. And the face of their franchise is having a year. His name is Joelle embiid. He's having a year. We all know that he's a phenomenal basketball player, have dealt with injuries and all that. But he having a year perk is and I need to know from you, okay? 'cause we talked about this early in the season. Is Daryl morey too slow on pulling the trigger to get rid of Ben Simmons to try to find some trade value. Is he wasting Joelle embiid and what he's doing right now as a potential championship team? Or should he keep showing patience? I'm asking you, should he keep showing patience and wait till next year. What do you think he should do? Well, well, of course, it's a lot of rap with him. Please. I'm a whole ears. When dealing with this whole 76th situation, okay? Here's the first thing. Be as simple as he's going to chill all year and he's going to be lost. Here's why the owners is there more yes who's speaking about it? But it's the only she'll group who's standing firm on the bench in the situation. But we're saying this is that you're not going to force Ian to make us do what you want us to do after you perform the way that you perform last season and the playoffs. Okay? And if we're going to trade you, we're going to get something back then we want back other than that, guess what? We'll find you every day and stay home. What's happening with that situation is is that bro let me make sure this because you said something I want.

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"joelle" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"joelle" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

"Logistically, you need reserve permits for both areas where the rhinos are going from and going to the government official will have to be present whenever you're moving animals or animal products from one place to another. You have to have an official from the government or nature conservation. And then the relevant parties could be helicopter pilots between pilots to help locate the animal. If there's a research team on the ground, they might be involved, the veterinarian, because the animal is chemically immobilized during the loading and then everybody that needs to be on the ground on the other side. So rhinos are incredibly different to say pangolin and we work with both, but it does have to be organized in advanced and based on the weather as well. You don't want to have high temperatures when you're transporting these animals, especially for long distances. So you have to take a lot into account. We were actually only involved in transporting animals short distances. So I've only personally ever used trucks except one instance where an orphaned rhino was brought in via which I know doctor Elvis was invoked in recently as well. So I think every veterinarian has different drug combinations and everything varies from situation to situation. But personally, I only am involved with the trucking side of things. I'll put that one across to you, Joelle, because the idea of rhinoceros and aircraft seems such a counterintuitive combination. How do you actually do it? So essentially, a very big aircraft first of all, and I'm really strong crates. So it's really in the cargo hold of any of these big aircraft. So it just depending on the size and the scope of the project, you're moving one or two rhino, you can fit it in a much smaller aircraft in terms of the cargo hold, but for some of these operations like the black runner that went across to Malawi, you're talking quite a number of crates. They need to fit inside there. So it's really not rocket science in that sense. You obviously got a live animal but much the same as you transport anything in the cargo hold of a plane around it would be the same. They tranquilized and sedated to a certain level for the duration of the trip, just to obviously minimize stress as much as possible..

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Joe Biden Mischaracterizes the Push Back He Is Getting

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 1 year ago

Joe Biden Mischaracterizes the Push Back He Is Getting

"But right now I want to go to Joe L. Barbosa Biden right before he left for his, um, swinging soiree in Delaware, his little vacation that he's on until tomorrow when he comes to Manhattan, and by the way, Manhattan's already a zoo traffic is Crazy in the city with the U. N General Assembly got all the globalists in town ready for their annual meeting and Joelle Barbosa Biden will be joining them. He had some words for us some words of wisdom, um, trashing some GOP governors. I want you to listen to this, but we're facing a lot of pushback. Especially from some of the Republican governors. The governors of Florida and Texas are doing everything they can to undermine the lifesaving requirements that I proposed. And some of the same governors attacking me or in states with the strictest vaccine mandates for Children attending school in the entire country. Now hang on a second before we go on. This is very, very classic. Biden. These are the same people attacking me. This is that nothing is a relaxed the problem here. Is that every time somebody disagrees with what Joel Bob also, Biden says, it's somehow an attack on him. This is not an attack on you. This is people saying, Look, I do not want you to tell me what I have to forcefully put in my body number one. I do not want you to tell me that I have to put a mask over my child's face. This is a big deal to a lot of people because For some younger kids up to third grade. They can't seem lips moving and mouths moving. They don't learn how to make sounds correctly. And I just learned that recently. Uh, I had no idea that that was a thing part of the developmental phase of a young student. So I think Joe Biden's mischaracterizing the pushback that he's getting,

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"joelle" Discussed on The Better Life Better Work Show

The Better Life Better Work Show

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"joelle" Discussed on The Better Life Better Work Show

"Really Underneath yeah and just let her know how much you appreciate the effort and knock. You're actually beginning to notice what she calls the ugly and just let her know that. Even if you don't trust me. I want you to know i'm starting to send loving energy to that. Has arts underworld. her direction. Direction has actually helped to see tonight. A world yeah. So how does she respond when you just to give her some knowledge net. She's patient pay and now check in with the inner child. Little singing dancing curly headed happy. Girl what does she want you to know. Her is just off the charts infectious..

"joelle" Discussed on The Better Life Better Work Show

The Better Life Better Work Show

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"joelle" Discussed on The Better Life Better Work Show

"You set it. I immediately thought my heart. That little girl has just. I don't wanna use the word haunted. But she's been around me since. I saw video into like or let her go or just keeps coming up on my trenches snus. You've frozen new frozen meat your you know. Oh my internet are says. Your internet thread funnier. I'm so check in with her instead of like waiting for her to go away. Notice that she's around and she's asking for your attention. Traduced yourself he yeah. She's just like remember me. Remember me telling you remember. What does she want you to know why she's been trying to get your attention. It's very much a cup. It's fair giggling. Because you know if not now when would have been a better time to do it and some. It's more of a reconnection to her. This you want straight. Of course i think you have the angel deck cards. I i pulled the car today and it was inner child of course of course right of courtship and i love all these very direct and clear messages from the universe bike. You have literally the people at the airport going like this to you right. I'm right without a doubt and This talk about it. He's like. I don't think you should be feeling sad about her. It's more of a reveal. It feels to me like more of a reconnection to her right. And i said yeah. I don't feel i do feel sad. I feel sad for what happened to her. Well there's a part of you field side right right. There's a part of the right. That's not south energy and it's not bad energy but that's the thing is not only is a little girl have some burdens but the part that feels sad is carrying some burdens too and she is also worthy of your love intention. That mama part of is so so sad to what happened for What i feel good about is this isn't devastated by world is not falling apart like in my check in last week it was very much like it doesn't feel if i can't get out of bed if just Low grade fever right tells you go to what you'd feel good about like why can't you to scale your low great fever. 'cause i've spent so much of my time ignoring the sadness is would listen. You pay me a lot of money. Mike heart i've been i was just sitting here or it's all this part of paying attention. I have this one. Artemisia is going. I love having these conversations where my clients sit in really in like it so valuable until i just. I just noticed lovingly the part of you that wants to put glitter on it and say. Here's what societally acceptable. And i need you to know in this room. You don't have to pick litter on anything even a low grade. Sadness in fact dots the value that i want to remind you is that this is the one place where all parts are. Welcome though that they can heal so that you can go back out into society where might not be as so. Let's notice real quick. Just notice three parts right in are really loving these distinctions because we have one is the inner child and she's clearly asking for attention but then we got what you call mama heart and she's just sad that little girl and such a long and then you have this part that's like oh better make better find the positive better find the golden shift by why you to scan those three and ask which one let me ask you before we oscar twin. How do you feel about the malo part of sad towards her. I feel her helps. So you're you're you're kind of blended with her scientist wants you to notice her notice where she is is she in your body or is she willing to like be next to you next to me. And so now that she's next to you. How do you feel towards her Notice our she's class. She's been inspired by her at tech took nature from the see if you can tap into compassion stop energy words should flooding what is open heart her. And just ask her to give you some spates. We're gonna take a minute and now come to this part bat needs to make everything positive and notice is she blended with you or can you. Can you feel little space. Her very blended are so just generated directly. Please implants important. You're not going anywhere. I'd like to speak for you but i don't want you. Speaking through me reminds me of juries perfectionist. Right if i get away from you doing my job yeah answer. Just let her know that you're not you're not gonna lose her job. She's welcome you just want her to be next to you. Not three you k. Now you're actually here to listen. I love this speaks for not through. Yeah right it's a really good distinction. And so knowing that she really doesn't want to let go what's one thing. She wants us to know. This speak for her not through her. She wants us to know what in this moment. She works so hard at making everything pretty because it's.

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"joelle" Discussed on The Better Life Better Work Show

The Better Life Better Work Show

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"joelle" Discussed on The Better Life Better Work Show

"Flow women circle and she's long told me that i can share anything about her coaching Anything that said in her sessions and after the session. We did today when it was done. I asked her. If i could share it on the podcast because it was a perfect example of a lot of the work that many of my clients are doing not only in spark an hustle and flow but also in sullies and super excited to share this with you. Joel and i have had many conversations about the relationship. She's had with her mom and the way she grew up. And when i first met joel you'll hear us reference the talbot's woman but when i first met joel in real estate. She was really putting on this perfectionist wardrobe. Look right be right. Do right persona. That wasn't the authentic joel and so very early on in our coaching. She was like let go the talbot's lady and she let her hair go wild and curly and started wearing really colorful clothes and just been beautiful to watch her journey she. I think the last three years was one of the top ten in her company. Globally she's been in real estate for twenty five thirty years. I don't remember the exact number. She's also a certified koya teacher and she left. She and her husband moved last month. This month moved from california to texas. They sold their home and moved across the country to create a new like in texas and joel is a new space in her life. She hasn't decided if she's going to pick up real estate here or if she's going to completely reinvent herself and right now she is giving herself permission to explore and to create and to just be but she's also moved her mother to texas with her. And so you can imagine a move across country a new city. Doing all the things you have to do. They're building a house and so for the next six or seven months there living in a rental house that's fully furnished. And so all these outer stimulations are causing some turbulence and so we pick up today with some very sweet parts work with joel where we are not only acknowledging the child in her and just just to give you a little bit more context. She had shared in our group program. This week a picture. She saw a video. She saw of a family member and she was like this. Little girl. looks just like me. Just like i did. And every time. I see this video i think of me and her mother was near her when she was watching the video and the mother made a derogatory just harsh comment that reminded joel when she was little and of course we were all celebrating the little girl that looks just like joel dead. So there's a little bit of the background context as we come into this conversation with joel and helping her to get back to self trust and self leadership and soothing. The parts of her that are feeling tender and frustrated and protective. It's an honor to share this episode with you. Thank you then. Inner shape is already connected. Hi thank you for your grades yesterday. I just felt like shed. I feel fine in the mornings. Knacker nunes by lungs. Just get real crumbly and i get tighter. So it's not a congested. My guess is that. I have some kind of mild upper respiratory infection. It's starting to move into my sinuses. The last week it was in my chest. I took a kobe. Tesla got home when he was still negative. I used to have this stuff all the time. It's just moving slower into.

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"joelle" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"joelle" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"I put. I put my work phone away after one pm. And i don't even look at it. Oh that's amazing and good for you. That is that is boundary setting right there. Oh yeah don't. I don't email me after one pm. That's pretty much the role. My work email especially people get the personal and i feel very lucky that we're going to have this conversation right now. Then this extra treats is. It's great. I'm all bundled up in bed now. This is my mid afternoon grandma moment. I love it And you're also a spin instructor is that how are you doing all of this and i know that here in the us. It's kind of a mix I think most gyms are back open but not all of them and that's been a whole thing here. So what does that look like for you. Oh it's been tough in our province so we are not open. The gyms are not open but We have not stopped teaching spin. Virtually so it's called stacks cycle club and our owner. Just pivoted so fast. I think it was within five days of being shut down. They had an entire online on demand. Streaming service available. And i mean thank god for my job because it was so simple for me to switch into teaching on camera So quickly whereas the other instructors. Also i just found like i didn't have to learn how to be on camera again So right now before. The pandemic was teaching three to four times a week during the pandemic. I teach one to two times a week. So i've dropped down on that. I've up my running But wednesdays thursdays i go live on demand and then it goes to a library as well and they have a whole subscription service and they've just been surviving doing that and we're actually waiting on some announcements from the government here to see if reopening is is coming our way or what we should be planning. My fiancee also owns a so. That's been kind of tough on us. yeah yeah. So he's you know. Obviously we've been gutted pretty financially by this as well so cross your fingers. I guess for us over here that maybe they'll some reopenings or at least a slight easing restrictions. Hopefully by midsummer. All right. i've got my. I already had my legs now. I've got my fingers. And i'll put off braid my hair later so we'll get the crossing there to do it all but i mean seriously it's it's been such a hard year for so many and i appreciate you sharing that because i think a lot of people don't wanna talk about that stuff the reality of the impact. It's having at home and on our finances and on so many different things. So i appreciate always your honesty and vulnerability. Yeah of course. I think there's a power in just saying it out loud and then sharing stories with each other because it just takes away kind of that scariness and feeling like you're alone amidst all of this like i can fully admit that might my little family of me..

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"joelle" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"joelle" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"And blouses and stuff like that but it actually looks great On air and it's kind of fun to to mix and match in regards to repeating the question there's ways around that I have one black pencil skirt and one black leather pencil skirt. I have been rotating those out for years. And i flipped my shirts in let three week rotations. So let's march so people might catch onto my pattern but you know we have to repeat or else might at this point. I have three and a half closets full of clothes. I'm that person. So i can sign a lot a lot. A lot thrift I do what i can with my budget. Because i run out at the end of every year so i need to be creative and unfortunately My out of work outfits look nothing like my workout. It's typically in like sweats or lose and and a hoodie. So i can't really share between the two lives but now you're speaking my language. Yeah right. I'm literally lululemon like shorts rate now me personally i love it over. I love hearing about that. And because you always look amazing and have agreed and so that's really fun to hear about so okay. You walked us up until the end of your work day but we that you are a runner and not just like a mile a day runner which rate no shape to that at all that still running. But you are. You're training for an ultra and you completed the goggin challenge like you are running some serious miles so walk us through the next part of your day. When are you running. How much are you running. What is running. Look like for you right now. Yeah you know. I think running is kind of like my calmed down from the shift. I know for some people the they maybe won't see running that way. You know some of my friends see it as more of a stressful activity. I see it as what brings me down from my stress and even my fiance. Well maybe maybe you should head out for a run. If i'm being a little high strung we call it. We call it my turbo. If i'm turbo. I need to head outside for right. I'm sure you do the same motive. I'm turbo all the time. Metoo turbo person. So yeah you're right. I get the gauguin's high. Believe it was a couple of months ago. You'd think would be more on this but i had a friend. That is an absolute superhero. He is training to become the guinness world record holder for the full marathon wearing full firefighting gear. Yeah so i have friends like this. So i'm like oh what i'm doing. This no big deal. So he was doing the gauguin's in his firefighting gear and he kind of publicly called me out on instagram and was like joel you in and i was like aw so you know i looked at with the goggin challenge was and i thought you know this is great mental training for the ultra that i wanna do this year like you run through the night. That's exactly what i need to experience So i signed up. And then i didn't want to sign up. Have it just be my own. You know which is great. You can have beer on challenge in you know. Put yourself to the test. So but because of the pandemic disproportionately affected elderly people and my grandma. Being one of those i i decided to raise money for The kirby center here in calgary which helps people fifty and sixty plus who who.

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"joelle" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"joelle" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"So speaking of those different types of stories whether it's a celebrity interview or or talking about i don't want to say much more important thing. Celebrities are lovely but like hard news important social justice issues which stories. Du most enjoy or look forward to covering like. What's the stuff that gets you excited. Is it the george. Clooney interview or the Yeah covering george. Floyd did not mean to make like george george that somehow those merv my examples but yeah what what is it about. What do you like the most. I think it's almost tough to say. Which one i like covering better in terms of they have such different impacts on me like the celebrity are great. I interviewed rick springfield the other day. And you know that was fun. And i got to talk about his new booze line and i got ask you know what a seven year old rockstar gets up to. An and i left feeling lights and you know had some laughs. And that's a good feeling but i didn't get into journalism fully just to be you know to to do light news. Do soft news though. I really enjoy it and that is why do mornings Specifically i wanted to make sure i had a mix of the two because it can tend to be a bit heavier on the decide. But what i will say is that i feel like i've really earned my keep that the days that i feel that. I've done my job as a social advocate and that i've done my job in telling both sides of the story. That's the heavier stuff. So with will use the george floyd again that you know. That actually was one year ago..

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"joelle" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"joelle" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Want to major in broadcast journalism. Print journalism or i. I wanted magazine journalism. And so i went that route but broadcast always appealed to me. I spent a lot of time telling myself you will never be pretty enough to be on. Tv like no one's going to put you on tv. I would be curious to hear your take on that. Is that a conversation at any point. Is it something that's on your mind. The idea of looking a certain way dressing a certain way. Can you talk about the appearance. Side of being on very public camera a. Yeah you know what. That's a really valid question. And i think it's a really tough one especially Not to forget the men but especially for the women And i know it was something that i was very nervous about in university and also to be honest the diversity track as well like i don't look like a lot of the morning show hosts in canada because i am half black and i think at this point across canada might be the only half black morning show host in in markets across the most of the major markets not toronto toronto's very diverse but I i know that it can really mess with you. Confidence wise because when i went into the industry i saw all these beautiful women that were in it And assume that we all had to be at some sort of certain level. We have to dress a certain way. Act a certain way. Look a certain way and i was really lucky in having a female mentor. I don't think i've ever said this to her but she was definitely a mentor to me. She was the host in saskatoon and she's ten years older than me and she just owned her. Look she will be is gorgeous but be she had the confidence and that was way more beautiful than anything that you could have seen on the outside and it really inspired me to try and emulate the same For example i straighten my hair for the first five or six years of being on air..

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"joelle" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"joelle" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"A narrow just journalists in general's is an interesting time in the world right now Anyway so i graduated. And i immediately went back home to my hometown of saskatoon saskatchewan. Which for those. Who don't know it's a pretty small city In central canada in the middle of the prairies. So the running joke. If you're from saskatchewan is that your dog runs away and you can see it running three days later. So that's my home. And i love it dearly and i got a job with a small newspaper so i was the photographer and writer for the newspaper. And i think i pumped out like five to twelve articles. A week it was It was an extremely small gag. But i loved it so much and i think i might have been the youngest person the office by about twenty to thirty years so i made some. Yeah i loved it though it you know it helped me grow up a little bit I got to set my own hours. I got to go all over the city and meet people and I think it was just such a great introductory gig to what i would be doing But i had interned prior to that for years and one of my internships was at a news station. called global saskatoon and it was obviously global news saskatoon and the news director there Remembered me and i had kind of thrown my name at her. When i was moving back. Hey i'm moving back this job with this newspaper but please keep me in mind Remember when i intern for you. You know crossing my fingers that i had done an okay job and about a year into working at the paper. She gave me a call and said this job is open. Apply for it. i think it was. It was associate producer for the morning show But she said don't let that scare you turn it into whatever you want so i kind of took that role and flipped it on air So i think it was associate producer slash breakfast buzz and entertainment gal to something really convoluted like that..

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"joelle" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"joelle" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"I love it. I look at myself in grade ten. And i look at ladies now on like. Oh wow i really didn't have it together but that's okay. I love all of those memes. That are like how kids dance today. Like grinding like do fun. And it's like how. I dan ryan to the windows of the wall but unlike layered polo shirts tote layer often cart move and like the plug knows and go down to the floor that that was my era. Oh yeah oh yeah. I'm hip with it. We have a dance party. Anytime you want amend so so when that teacher said to you that professor or as you said that profit which i liked that a lot. I wanna use that when that person said to you. Hey you should try. Tv did you have or do you remember having any expectations of what that would look like. Did you picture yourself as a host as it anchor. Did you picture yourself as producer. What what were you thinking at that time. Yeah it's it's funny. I would have been around. Nineteen twenty at the time So i think i was still just kind of the wide. Open a range of possibilities. I did know that. I didn't want to be behind the scenes Not that there's anything that's completely different job. There's nothing wrong with it. It's just different than what i think might natural talent lies and I in terms of like siphoning into one job. I had to try it. Also i reporting We had to do obviously editing and shooting and and behind the scenes stuff and then we did anchoring and when you got the anchoring gig in our university it was always kind of a special day. You'll get one or two days where you got to anchor the show we show university run show and all the other days were doing the other jobs and i always felt a special thrill with anchoring but i had zero idea of house any good at it when i look back on my demo tapes from then i realized i was not but there was potential there And i think..

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Philadelphia 76ers beat New York Knicks 101-100 in overtime

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Philadelphia 76ers beat New York Knicks 101-100 in overtime

"Times. The Knicks have lost to Philadelphia at the Garden. The game with the overtime. Tobias Harris made two free throws with five seconds left. Julius Randle's attempted a game winner rattled out at the buzzer. The Sixers won one. Oh, one, the 100. They continue to win. Without their star player, Joelle MB. They remained just ahead of the Nets atop the East when in Brooklyn is the

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Joel Embiid injured on return as Philadelphia 76ers beat Washington Wizards

SportsCenter All Night

01:23 min | 1 year ago

Joel Embiid injured on return as Philadelphia 76ers beat Washington Wizards

"In the East 70 Sixers taking on the Wizards 97.5. The fanatic takes us to the third, such as Donna Capital, One Arena and it be download with right hand chair. Again, Joe Well to the left of the lane. The double comes but late be blows by Bacher and then on charging Westbrook and well now is 21 2 matches number indeed had 23 points through three quarters of play eight of 11 shooting, then Philly up 78 to 60 in the third. Beat down low. Look out! He dunks it! He goes down hard. And he's holding his knee in Pete is down on the floor in Washington and the sixes need to take a foul. He went up. Garrison Matthews came over and Joelle took a terrible fall. He's holding his left knee with six minutes and 20 seconds remaining in the third and beat hyperextended his knee after coming down off of that dunk. Eventually, he got to his feet and walked off under his own power. Sixers head coach Doc Rivers on what happened? No, just felt awkwardly. You know, I thought there was a little contact when he went up to dunk. The ball. Thought he fell. You know what? His balance off? You know, I'm not going to speculate. You know, tomorrow we'll know we'll have all the information for you. Um, you know, hoping for the best. Yeah, I did talk to him using the locker room. It was in pretty good spirits. So let's just hope for the best jazz taking on the

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Joel Embiid Scores Career-High 50 Points To Lead Philadelphia 76ers Past Chicago Bulls

CBS Sports Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Joel Embiid Scores Career-High 50 Points To Lead Philadelphia 76ers Past Chicago Bulls

"Is a pro. He had to share the spotlight with Donovan Mitchell, who scored 51 in the same memorable playoff game this past summer. First time. Murray scores 50 in the regular season. Joelle and Bead does the same separate games at least Murray efficient as he could be 21 of 25 from the field in a win over the Cavaliers. Indeed, meanwhile, said his own career high while his Sixers topped the Bulls, they put that exactly 50 points. The Clippers bounced back two nights after

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"joelle" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"joelle" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"All callers on the Goodyear hotline at 887293776. That is triple eight SE E Spn and his time for us to go out to the Goodyear hotline We bring in Home. Young Woo Suk, who is our writer for ESPN? L A. He is in Los Angeles. He was on the Clipper beat tonight as the Clippers knocked off the calves, but he's also had an eye on Lakers and nuggets and the M V P race, So we're gonna go around the MBA. I'm happy Valentine's Day You're on ESPN Radio with Aaron Goldhammer and Monica McNutt. Valentine's Day, guys. Home as you watched Anthony Davis go down with this Achilles injury. What was the first thing is you saw it, maybe on a monitor or saw it pop up on Twitter that ran through your mind. Actually happen to be watching the game and you know, he looked like he bought needs with Yokich. But really It's how he reacted to that injury, grabbing almost like his ankle, most tendonitis area and we know that he's had Some trouble with the tendinitis with a pendant Achilles tendon this season so and of course, was reporting that it is his Achilles tendon. Ominous or whatever. I'm not exactly sure the exact terminology but Basically his Achilles has been bothering him all season, and I would expect the Lakers to really kind of rest. A D. Make sure he's all right. That is the most important thing this season this entire season for Lakers has been their health. A Z good as they are, as good as they can be, really, for the chance is about making sure they're going to be all right for the playoffs and talking to some of the people with the Lakers earlier this season. I don't think they're really that concerned about their seeding. It's really about their health going into the playoff run, making sure that they're right and they're taking him in the playoffs and a lot of that has to do with the health of LeBron James and Anthony Davis. Yeah, that that is a no brainer. Of course, Those two obviously are paramount to what the Lakers are trying to do. Um, so I guess we'll let's go. Let's go here on because the broadcast literally just put up a slab of N v P contenders and you got two in this game. Whether it's LeBron and you've got a joker in this particular ball game for you. What do you think that this M V P thing is going to come down to it? It's a really tight race this year when you look across the league Certainly you know LeBron James to me is the best player in the league. But of course, MPP doesn't always come down to who the best player in the league is. It's about how your team is playing. With your statistics are what your influences on that team. How about team did this season before? How is doing now? There's a whole bunch of things that voters factor in. And to me right now. It's probably a good three man race. With LeBron James Joelle indeed. And the cola Yokich. Kevin Durant to me also in the mix, but Kevin Durant obviously coming up with an injury, stay with hamstring, and then you got the Clippers with quite Leonard called. Georgia had an incredible start to the season, but he's been hurt. Knock. Wiser is hurt now, too, as well with the lower left leg to Ginny and play tonight, But to me, it really comes down to LeBron James at this lake is this Laker team can stay atop the standings. On be as good as they've been. Jo Ellan beat has been incredible. With Doc Rivers kind of leading the way this season for him on DeNicola Yokich, the Denver Nuggets have to win more games. In order for Yokich is M V P case to really be stronger. Yoki. Just numbers have been unbelievable. I mean, he started off the season pretty much in threatening to become the first center to lead the league in a fish. Since, um well, Chamberlain. I mean, that's the statistics have been that ridiculous this season. I think tonight via the Triple double. We're looking at maybe five or six triple doubles on the season when teams try to take away his assists, and this is just went down for about a 10 game stretch. He went on a scoring care. So right now is games at a level where he's comfortable whatever defense's air giving him if you tried to make him a scorer in pass defense have said, Okay, let's turn him in to score because he's not that selfish. So Selfless that he doesn't look to score. But now he's looking to score. He dropped 45 50 points on, so that's how good he's been. But the Nuggets have haven't been really putting together wins. If they can start putting their the ones Nicole Yokich is M V. P. Hayes gets that much stronger. You have a feature on my no coming soon on ESPN dot com. When does that drop I think it probably at the end of the month that we're looking at. Just talk about the evolution of Yokich is game and how good of a pastor's been like. Even LeBron has been talking about the similarities they have. Just kind of like the art of passing the joy passing. Everything starts with the passing for Nicole Yokich. And how much is game is devolved to the point where he's so comfortable. Whatever defense is trying to take away from him, he's going to find another way to beat you, And he's showing that he showed that again tonight. Home. Young Masuka is our guests. ESPN l A writer. Game night, ESPN radio ESPN app. I'm Aaron Goldhammer. With Monica. Make not home. What does it say about the state of the M v p that we haven't had a center win it in over 20 years? But now this might finally be the time that for the first time since shack a game that used to be dominated by big man is is sort of being dominated by big men again. Yeah, You know, as I was working on this Jochen feature, I talked tol Rick Spoelstra and asked him before they face the nuggets. You know when you when you came in the league in the mid nineties. Well, what would you have thought of used thought Center like Nicola Yokich basically have a chance to lead the league in assists, and he said that if you just look at that heat Nuggets game In many ways, those two teams, the point guard is the center with Bam out of bio and the coal yoke it and that's how far the game has come and you sing in the mid nineties. I mean back then you were thinking about Ewing and morning and these type of plotting centers who would score inside block shots. And of course, that you just mentioned shack. The game is evolved so much now or before. It was like guard dominated the last several years, But now you've got big men who can play like point guards. And so when you see Nicole, the yolk is bringing the ball up court. It's like no big deal, but for defense is they're certainly trying to get used to that, because before it was always like a point guard driven, guard driven type of league And now you've got seven footers who basically can control the offense, bring the ball up the floor rebounds, or, um, assist. They could do it all. And I think you're going to start to see probably in the next two years. More centers and more big men. The league is trying to look for more guys like you. Okay, You're not a viable Mm. That zero. Crazy man them numbers. That joke is just putting up. All right, so staying with the big man. No, but this guy can do some of that inspires, but for the most part, he's a grand protector. And he happens to be Rudy. Go bear playing for the Utah Jazz were out on the West Coast on I'm sure that you've seen what actually Coming up for the Jazz. They got the Clippers twice. The Lakers won. So they'll start this five game stretch with the Sixers. What do you kind of anticipate? Or do you have any thoughts as they hit this little bit of a gauntlet of a stretch? Utah Jazz continue to fly under the radar, which is unbelievable for team that's won as many games of Big one in a row. Everybody wants to talk about the Lakers. They want to talk about the Clippers and L. A L, a dominant Utah, though, has been quietly flying under the radar as perhaps the best team in the embassy. Of course, we have to see it come playoff time. Think a lot of people remember that the Jazz were unable to finish off the Denver Nuggets with that 31 seriously, but again so that the Clippers What is one able to do it either, But But really, I mean, you look at Donovan Mitchell getting better and that team even with Mike Conley out, it's a unit is a well coached unit that plays together They know their roles. And you know, like Rudy Gobert. As good as he is. He just does all the little things And this is he 20 much personifies the Utah jazz. I mean, he'll step clean that are almost like a cyst that open up guys were basket. That's like their system, and they just don't want you there. Not flashy by any means, but they get the job done, and I think when they come in here and they play the Clippers is gonna be a great game because I'm sure the Utah Jazz will be looking to make a statement. The Clippers will just have to see you. Quite Leonard and Paul George will be healthy enough to play Paul George is now missed. I think something about 44 games in a row and so like for five games, and so we'll have to see if he's ready to come back..

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"joelle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"joelle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Called Holdup made by two French journalists got millions of views online. That shadowy movie pedal the familiar themes of a pandemic fabricated by governments, the elites and big pharma all to enrich themselves and control the world. Riding in newspaper Le Figaro. French economist Antoine Levy called Francis Slow vaccine roll out a sign that the country's health care and system of governance had slipped from the top tier. He says it's partly due to arrogance has difficulty learning from its mistakes. Learning from foreign countries, especially different state in the French public administration tends to think that the way they act has to be the best and so they are in a very keen to learn from what's happening elsewhere. Levy says those at the top may have brilliant ideas, but with their disdain of logistics, they haven't been able to implement them. He says France maybe the country of Louis pastor who discovered the principle of vaccination in the 18 seventies, but it's still hasn't manufactured its own covert vaccine because since the beginning of the epidemic The state in front is a very productive that very first. That's Joelle Balan Po, mayor of the small town of everyone in western France. As a veterinarian, he says he's vaccinated huge herds safely and efficiently during epidemics. So why can't the government do the same for people? Because when you are you, are you Mr acts very quickly. The host says there may be anti vaxxers on the Web, but the government should address the needs of the million Of French people who deserve and want the vaccine now. Eleanor Beardsley NPR NEWS PARIS.

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