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"kitch" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans
"Nuggets went to Milwaukee and played the bucks earlier this year. He sat on the bench, he sat behind the bench in a suit. He did. So if we're just being honest because they played the night before against New Orleans and blew a late lead and he had to play 35 minutes or whatever it was. So January and January, yeah, but January 25th is a lot different than March 25th. Okay, these guys only play each other twice a year because they're in the nuggets in the sixers and the nuggets in the box, different conferences, so they only play each other twice a year. Jokic decided to sit out one of the games against Giannis, I think it's a little bit hypocritical for throwing stones at Joel embiid for sitting at one point. That was a back to back. What's that? That was a back to back? Oh, come on. They're not taking trains. This whole back to back thing. They're flying charter flights. They're staying at the Ritz Carlton. They have whatever thread count sheets. I mean, I don't buy this. Iron Man stated a Ritz Carlton. And you saw what that did to his back. That's true. You know, it's a different deal with when you're Iron Man. Yeah. But yeah, I mean, you know, back in the day and I know nobody likes to hear back in the day. Guys, but like will Chamberlain, there was a season when he averaged more than 48 minutes a game, 'cause he played in some overtime games. He missed 7 minutes to the entire year, right? And they played not two nights in a row, not three nights in a row. Sometimes they played four nights in a row. So I just don't have any sympathy for all kinds of play in New Orleans. But at least at least at least you could make some argument for jokes 'cause it was on a back to back Philly played Saturday. So, and embiid played 32 minutes in that game. So that was Saturday. So you've had another day off. There's no reason why. You know darn well if it was a playoff game, he'd be playing tonight. If he taps out, then that is a weak look. Weak. I agree. He's gonna look good. There is just this is a team though. Now, I guess I've gone into the load management group, right? They've gone down that road. They sit guys out and hey, we're playing for the long haul and we're playing for a championship, but it's not about how many wins you get in the regular season. It's about what you can do in the postseason. You can't apply that logic to the nuggets when they decide to not play Jamal or not play yo kitch or not play MPJ may not play tonight. He's got the load management on his heel. You can't apply that to the nuggets and then when the other team does it say, oh, they're just stuck in you. I think that's a little bit having a trying to have it both ways. By the way, by the way, on the text line right now, Joel embiid order at Starbucks this morning. We'll have the mile high half calf, two pumps, no effort. Love it. James, thank you. Appreciate it, fellas. James Marilyn senior editor at Denver sports dot com on the Johnson auto plus hotline four down territory next. When your team is in hot water and you need a break from the play by play, bath fitter can install your tupper shower in just one day and just like a coach batford is in your corner offering a watertight seamless wall. A design consultant will take accurate measurements of your tub or shower and recommend the products that fit your budget. Bath fitter has special financing available with no money down and no interest for up to 5 years. Now that's a game changer. Visit bath fitter dot com to book your in home consultation bath fitter. It just fits.
"kitch" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"With jokic on the floor, at least. And their offense is going to travel has traveled. It's going to be playoff ready. It's fine. 16th in defense and slumping right now is not going to be good enough. And jokic is a big part of that. I said, just last week with Howard Beck, I don't want to hear from these people who are like, yo kitch is actually a really good defender. I said he's average or worse. I know what my eyes see. He's average or worse. I think he's probably average in the aggregate. The playoffs isn't the aggregate. The playoffs is like one bad matchup and you're out. And so all the aggregate stuff doesn't really matter that much. And I do think one interesting thing about their defense is and one reason why I think there's some curiosity how it holds up in the playoffs is the two ends of the floor interact, right? And I think one of the reasons why Denver has been able to hang around the top ten in defense for part of this year in parts of some previous years is their offense is so goddamn good. They get to set their defense every time. I'm looking at the numbers today, cleaning the glass has them 26th in points allowed per possession in transition. Bad about that bad off of defensive rebounds by the other team and turnovers both. Right. And some of the other numbers are a little less sort of dramatic than that in other places. But the idea that if it becomes harder to score in the playoffs, if their offense, which is, let's say, 98th percentile now drops to 85th percentile in the playoffs. Is just that enough to imperil their defense. What do you think of that? And someone who as someone who just watches this team every game, when you're going to be watching these next 15 games and saying, I want to see signs that this team is dialing it in on defense. What do you watch for? I mean, that's a really good question. First of all, I want to go to the transition defense even off of just missed shots. One theory I have with this because this has been a trend with the nuggets for a while and one theory I have with it is Denver part of what makes them so dynamic on offense is they're so good at forcing switches and they're so good at taking advantage of those switches. Jokic is too big for the guards and the wings and then you have players Aaron Gordon, who's too big if you put a guard onto him or this or that. But if you don't score, you're often mismatched in transition the other way in Denver is especially bad guarding out of position as well. Jokic has to guard a guard. That's a really tough matchup for him. So I wonder if that's part of it, trying to come up with a theory of why is it that Denver's numbers are so different from made basket versus not. And I have a suspicion that's at least part of it. But what I'm looking at. That's interesting. That's a good thought. I think that last night's game against the Brooklyn Nets who, by the way, I love Brooklyn. I think they're such an interesting team to watch. But I think it was one of the most, if not the single most interesting game for trying to predict what are going to be the challenges for the nuggets in a postseason because they made their run in the third quarter when they went very small. Claxton picked up I think his fourth foul, they brought in Dorian Finney Smith to guard jokic and just said, hey, we're going to switch absolutely everything. And they hard doubled yoga trying to keep the ball out of his hands and as soon as he caught it, they sold out completely daring for anybody else to kind of go at them, not letting jokic make the passes out of there, but put them in position to where he just had to get the ball out quickly. And I think that's going to be the smartest strategy for Denver. Did Denver score a lot absolutely, but jokic had to guard the pick and roll on the other end every single time and be out on Spencer Dinwiddie. And last night, Brooklyn made their shots. So what am I looking for? I'm looking for Denver to be more dialed in and more effective against those type of lineups because they're not the type of lineups that I think beat most teams, but they're specifically designed to make Denver they're most vulnerable. So Denver's the closest thing Denver has to a base pick and roll defense is they've concluded for the most part. We can't hang jokic back at the rim like brook Lopez or embiid or the embiid blitzes now more than he has in the past. But these big guys who just, let's hang back in the paint and protect the rim. He's not a good enough leaper. He's not a deterrent at the rim, the nuggets are 29th in field goal percentage allowed at the rim. A lot of that is about you'll catch. Okay, so if we can't do that, what do we do? What is Nicole I like to do? Okay, he wants to attack the pick and roll higher on the floor. You and I have talked about this a lot. Just a listeners who know this. He's good at it. He's got pretty smart feet. So let's get him if the screen's at the three point arc, let's get him up to the arc, put two on the ball. And make the defense figure or make the offense figure it out from there. What makes me nervous about that strategy is teams with a lot of shooting and passing are going to get good shots against it a fair amount of time. And when I watched the nuggets, especially lately in this slump, that first pass to the rolling big man, it was claxton last night. It's been vucevic in recent games, hurdle. They're letting that pass through two easily. And once that guy gets the ball, it's a four on three, and it's easy picking. It's just a matter of what your choice is. And we saw what the sun's two years ago and I know everybody was hurt and campazzo and Austin rivers are starting ours. I know. But they had a ton of shooting. They moved the chess pieces around and interesting ways that really elongate the rotations behind those two guys on the ball to the point that you just can't these two shooters are separated by 25 feet of space. You can't guard both of them with one guy. I don't know, so the Denver's answer to that is with Aaron Gordon and Michael Porter junior on the wings where gigantic with
"kitch" Discussed on Bet The Board
"So we're doing this. Or are we doing that? You tell me, and we'll tell you, we're going to compare two cards right now with similar value that are completely different. Let me give you an example. Let's just say for argument's sake, you have a vintage Mickey Mantle baseball card worth. $30,000. But you also have a modern day Joe burrow rookie card worth 30 grand. Which one would you rather have and why? You tell us, we're going to tell you right now. The cards you picked out this week are very interesting because you threw Tom Brady in again. There was some reasonings as to why we went against Tom Brady last week in this or that. But some of those might not bear fruit this week. Very interesting. Just polar opposites, which I think is makes the listeners really start to think about what these cards are, what they mean this week has some projections ahead built in. The first card we're talking about is a 2015 prism orange Nikola Jokić rookie to 65 copies in a BGS 9 5 gem mint versus a 2000 metal football Tom Brady rookie PSA gem mint ten, talk to us about what you'd rather have and maybe some things that you thought about in your pick. I brought Tom and again because we didn't pick him last time, I wanted to set the stage for him to get a little redemption potentially. And when I put these two together, I didn't know which one I was going to ultimately pick, I had to think about it a bit. But the orange jokic out of 65 and a Beckett 9 5 sold for 4200 about a week ago. You know, big men in our space just don't get the love. That shooters do. And I don't quite understand it. I mean, I love watching jokic play. He is so entertaining, in my opinion, because the guy's vertical is about three and a half inches. And yeah, he's one of the most skilled guys in the entire NBA. He's won the last two MVPs. He's 27 years old. It seems always to be healthy. I feel like he's got a ton of upside to really solidify himself as one of the NBA superstars. He's got to win a championship or really compete for one. Now they got Murray back healthy, Porter junior, they've got a really good shot to win the west this year. So we'll see how that plays out. The 2000 metal Tom Brady PSA ten sold for about 4300, so just a little bit more expensive than the yoke itch. It's a pop one 88. So now you have kind of a higher pop card versus a card where there's only 65 in total that were made. He's the goat. Obviously, you know, these cards are down about 60% from the peak a little over a year ago. So they've had a big pullback. So ten K was about the peak. They're down in the low fours. They bottomed out at about 3200, a few weeks ago and they've bounced back a little bit. But looking at these two, I'm still torn a little. I think I gotta go with jokic. Oh. I gotta go with the Joker. I gotta go with big sexy on this one. I thought we were going to have a difference of opinion, but somehow we are both in unison. I thought this is gonna be a really good debate because I talked about a 135 plus Tom Brady rookie cards in 2000 last week. That was part of the synopsis. And now you fast forward 15 years to the jokic rookie. And there's 235 plus in his rookie year. Both cards have multiple variations. We know all the colors prism offers. But Tom Brady's metal rookie has an emerald version, which is about 6 times as rare in terms of how many copies PSAs graded. I think the right context is prism basketball is one of yoga's most popular basketball sets. Metal isn't anywhere near the top 20 in terms of popularity for Tom Brady's rookie cards. And that was the difference for me. Now, I don't love big men in basketball because to your point, the market doesn't seem to respect them. I mean, we hit on this just in passing last week talking about Joel embiid, how you can get his orange prism dicot rookie to one 39 for like a 190 bucks and a PSA 9 and the guys in contention for MVP this year. It's absolutely banana land. I guess it's because they're not relatable to the average fan. But to me, and you hit it perfectly, yo kitch isn't your typical big man. He's very skilled. He can't jump over a sheet of paper. It's a vastly different type of big man. He's not out there Duncan on everybody's heads because that really isn't relatable. But the one thing that's interesting to me is because he's a big man they typically are prone to injury. He hasn't been. His game's grounded, he's not Zion, relying on being just more athletic and playing above the rim. Everyone seems to respect jokic, and I think it's time to start thinking about him a little bit differently. And you look at some of the metrics. This season again, player efficiency rating of 32. He leads the NBA in win share at 11.2. You start to think about him. I know he's only 27. But in terms of all time NBA list, player efficiency rating. Michael Jordan's number one jokic is number two. Okay. That's crazy. It's rare I fade Tom Brady back to back weeks. It's rare I'm choosing a modern card with multiple variations. I actually own the Tom Brady emerald version. But I'm going with you on this and taking the orange prism jokic, especially if we're gauging it, maybe within just a three year window, right? Jokic still in his prime, Brady's retired, you typically see that post retirement pre Hall of Fame induction law. I know Brady's out there. He's popular. Not going to be in the Fox booth this upcoming season may be in 2024. Who knows if he finds a different passion, but the financials of that Fox deal are probably too much to pass up more than he's made in his playing career, but you do typically see that little law from retirement to induction into the Hall of Fame. That's still going to be jokic's prime window. If they can make a run this season, I'm shocked, but we agree again this week going with the modern basketball card over Tom Brady. Well, to add to all of that,
"kitch" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Go for 40. I'll pass you the ball. And bird and magic the same kind of thing. That's why it's fun to think about and those two guys, like Jordan, I would say it's kind of an underrated pass or two in that sense. You'd keep some of the ball movement, but you get the big finishes. It'd be an offensive Nirvana, for sure. That would be the O one Kobe argument too. The most athletic. I would rather have ADH Jordan, but that would be the same kind of thing. Two more, two more, I was thinking in the curry spot. O 7 Nash, just from the IQ stuff, I think he could hang with those guys. And then I can't believe I'm saying this. I hope I don't get struck by lightning. 2016 Kyrie Irving. That was on the list. I was like, okay, okay. We talk about that. So I was thinking about how Jamal Murray clicks with jokic. And who is the best possible version of the stuff Jamal Murray is good at? And the answer is actually Kyrie. Like he's a 50 40 90 incredible handle. And never really played with anybody like yo kitch. And I just think if you put 2016 Kyrie with jokic for like a week, it would be pretty amazing. I wouldn't want maybe one 6 years of it, but if you're just talking about a couple games, that would be fun. And then the only other one I had was 2017 Durant. Because we saw him fit into the framework of an unselfish team and it was kind of better than anyone thought, but he also has the ability and all these years later is still does of if you need two points, he can get it. He can run the four. He can just kind of fit in, does need the ball, the ball moves with him. And I think he's another one that would be a fun one. But I think my final answer is, I think my final answer is 22 curry
"kitch" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"So ma Bo prediction is that yo kitch wins his second consecutive MVP. I think he'd be a worthy winner. I think that this Denver team without Jamal Murray and Michael Porter junior is genuinely one of the three worst teams in the west. And would be right in the mix for the number one overall pick along with Houston. So I completely agree with you that he's worthy. Do you have an MVP vote this year? I had one last year. So yeah, I was going to say, I don't know if you'll have one this year, will you? I don't know. I don't think I'll have one issue because it rotates in my market. So my market will have the vote this year. So in the case of jokic, I just worry that there are going to be too many MVP voters that don't want to win. Don't want to have him win a second MVP when his team is in 6th when there's still unfortunately this narrative out there that he's not one of the 5 best players in the league that is just fucking crazy and stupid and all of that. I have significant worries that there's going to be voter fatigue. He'd be a worthy winner though. He'd undeniably be a worthy winner. I would love for that to be accurate. I would absolutely love for him to win. His second MP, there's very few players more fun to watch in the NBA than Nikola Jokić, if not, if not zero players, more fun to watch in the NBA than Nikola Jokić. Okay. Let's take a quick commercial break and we will be back with two more bold predictions each from Tony Jones and I..
"kitch" Discussed on The Wounds Of The Faithful
"For me personally though. These are almost separate from ocd. Because for me You'll laugh my biggest. Sylvia truly is at spiders and going meet spiders a him. I i don't. I don't do well with spiders and i don't. I don't do well with high but my biggest fears by far is spiders and going blind. I just like being able to see the but none of those are attached to a what. If in such a way where i feel like i would have a compulsion so sure there's that well i go blind but until i think it's something that's immediately impacting my present reality. Ocd typically doesn't attached to it because there is a huge spider Dresser drawer last week. And i just went and grabbed the raid and just like drowned. The joker like he was not going to stay in this house with me. That was not on the house down. So who would phobias. Oftentimes because the fear can typically be compressed pretty quickly killed a spider or go. Hey payton you're not going blind your fine. Ocd usually doesn't respond to those things as quickly which is nice. 'cause i'd hate to see a combination of ucs. Spiders i just. I don't think i i really wouldn't handle that with what we're in arizona. So we have a raiders. Okay we have spider sister Have you met in scorpion. Before i have to her horrible hitching think. I don't know if it came up through the drain. Yeah but i've had one in my kitchen sink in. And i will tell you that was scarier spider. I don't know if it was the pinscher. I don't know if it's just we all see those as often zada here that was. I think that now that they've been in our house. I had them in my shower. I've had them in the kitch- i've my office. I found one in my garden last week. A win in there to jack on my garden. And i saw a a scorpion in in my worm bin in a freak out because i almost put my hand in there without a glove on and i i have experienced enough with the ants and spiders and stuff did not do that but i wouldn't say it's it's a phobia because i do the same thing you did. I kill kill the score paper and call my husband and kill it. If i get up in the middle of the night to go the bathroom i cannot. I cannot walk to the bathroom without putting on my flip flops. Because i knew that they're awake at night. And i know they've crawled around in the bedroom before and i have my phone with the flashlight and i right looking at the ground while i'm going to the bathroom because i've never been stung. I've lived here since. I was a child and never been stung before. But there's going to be at first time you don't wanna find out that sorry. I've got glue traps. Dad macias earth around got fly. Swatters of god. I've bug spray. So i'm almost bordering on that phobia of your prepared. We can you know your respect. The phobia with your preparation for those things. So don't really relate everybody listening. Probably like i'm going to sign off now. They're talking about.
"kitch" Discussed on JustATouchof_J
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"kitch" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Steve Travel EAS as gonna musical question. Should we be forced elementary school kids under the age of 12 have to wear a mask in school? I got 95 votes on the Twitter poll already 77.9% say no 22.1% said Yes. Somebody who believes this should be happening. Please call and just let me hear your reasoning. Because for the life of me, I can't think of a reason why It's not fair to the kids. It's not fair to the teachers. It's not fair to the parents. Who exactly is this benefiting? Chris is in Clark under Jersey one on 1.5, Chris. Steve, How you doing? I'm good. How are you about? Doing great doing great looking forward to the school year starting next year, and I mean he stood absolutely Should be back in school in normal circumstances, No masks. I mean, You know, they've been through enough already. I'm sure it's been really difficult for my two kids have a third grader and 1/7 grader, and that means that the at home schooling and then going back and forth between Home school and going back and where master and the whole thing's just been really crazy for them and then distracting. I just think they should be back in school without the masks in September. I think they're the least little least susceptible to getting this virus and even if they did get it Do the least likely Tonto suffer any dire consequences or even High from it. Exactly. It's just been blown out of proportion on the media. It Z kind of embarrassing. I can't believe that I'm living in the state in this country where We're everybody's just dismiss lead and all this misinformation going on. It's it's crazy. Well, it's only been has been blown out of proportion by the media as well as the government. You know, this isn't the media is not doing this. Murphy's doing this. You know, And as he says to Ah, morning Joe on MSNBC. He doesn't expect to change things by the start of the 21 22 school years, says Murphy. My guess is as a result of that if I had a bet today that we will have masking in schools in the fall. And his result of that I would suspect we will continue with some public health protocols inside the classroom and inside school buildings to try to medicate the concern that concern is a legitimate one. He's still worried about the cove it in schools. Now The other thing is this. You know they have made exceptions. So if it's increasingly hot, they make an exception. If the kid's air active, they make an exception. So how does the virus? No. When on when to attack, Chris? None of this makes any sense to your point. I'd like to say. Um If you see some of the verb that was in his statements during that news news conference It's almost like this is geared towards trying to force the vaccination on kids that are 12 and under because you made the statement that It seemed like you saying the reasoning for them wearing masks. Going back to school is because there's no vaccine available right now for her kids, 12 and under Yeah, And I just feel like that's that's where this is headed. This is the agenda we're gonna We're gonna force the schools and force the day care's to stick a needle until the kids you know, like they do every year for a regular flu vaccine, And I just I have I got tell you, I haven't had a have been out of pollution. I can't remember. Well, at least you have the option. I mean, I'm a little overweight. You know, I I drink a little too much a little too much, You know, fattening foods, But you know, I'm a pretty healthy person, 48. You know, I just really not on my own. No one is ruining your life if you don't get the flu shot, Thanks for the call The New Jersey one or 1.5. They're trying to ruin your life of your Children if they don't get a vaccine. Kevin is in Hackettstown, New Jersey, one on 1.5. Hey, Kevin. Hello. Hi. Yeah, This is governor is a real joke. There's no reason why the Children have to be wearing mascot school. We're going into the summer months. And you know if the schools are extremely hot, very uncomfortable for the kids, they're not gonna want to go to school. They're not gonna learn They're not gonna have any time You're worried about Bernie's masking How hard did this No, they're going to be focused on the mask and now uncomfortable. They are and how miserable they are. They're not gonna be able to learn. And I will see the rationale for making the kids where the mask especially now with everybody's vaccinated, they're gonna get their 4.7 Million vaccinated. So. So, what are we doing here? Why are we taking it now? It's almost like we're taking it out on the Children like he's gave Kitch can't let go of this mask mandate, and now it's down to the kids down to your kids. Give Thanks for the call. Brad is in Jackson under jersey one a 1.5, Brad. Hey, Steve. How you doing? I'm good. How are you, pal? Living the dream, man. Oh, yeah. So I gotta say Murphy has a hidden agenda with this with these kids. It's so upsetting to me, me and my wife pulled our Children out of the township schools. You're not letting them go back until the masks are listed. We're gonna put him it. We're home schooling them. It's ridiculous Heat this mandate that he did. He is taking that golden years of our kids school and taking the leg. My child. Both my Children have been affected by this. It's just I'm sorry. I'm kind of choking up on this. No, I get it. It's so upsetting. I've seen out it affected my kids, and these kids don't have a voice Busses. Parents need to be the voice for these Children, and it's It's ridiculous. 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"kitch" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast
"It's always free and it's always on heath. I did a fun game with my friends last weekend. At last minute assigned all of them and their spouses a kentucky. Derby horse and me and my spouse as well and i won. I assigned the all of the ones that had shot to win. And my horse one. But do you think. I need to see the title. Because of the td's we actually were out to dinner as a family and we all chose a horse We were getting ready to watch and my wife one. And i've already told her that. She not only had two cedar title but she has been banned from future competition for choosing a horse. That was dope. Okay that i will take half that while we'll give up the title but i bought myself future competition. He's wanna you. Just just give me your thoughts on the news and notes that we can get back to dynasty jacksonville's going to sign tim tebow to play tied and he's thirty three years old but they're talking about using him in different ways. Do you think tim tebow could actually be a goal line vulture. Let's get back to dynasty. It wouldn't shock me. It dolph saying yeah. I remember like it seems like when i was on the fantasy baseball. Podcast we used to have these conversations. You think tim tebow could do this. Do you think tim tebow. It's tight end. i think i saw that the The betting markets have set his over under for receiving yards this season at twelve. And a half and it's even money a so. The the most likely scenario has to be that. Tim tebow doesn't play real football but if he does anything is possible he's got that connection with urban meyer and that seems to be as important if not more important than anything else. Indianapolis is gonna sign left. Tackle eric fisher to a one year. Nine point four million dollar deal they need to replace the retired anthony costanzo. This is a great signing of a veteran left tackle but he did tears achilles in the afc championship game. And there's some question about whether or not fisher will be ready for week one. I would be shocked. But i guess that's a little easier injury for lineman than For running backs and receivers. But that's still his age. Maybe he's he may be somebody that can help them in the second. Half though and falcons running back coach desmond kitching said it is basically said. It's an open competition at running back so we'll keep an eye on that we'll see if they add anybody before. The eagles do sell the eagles. Do these days matt. Let's talk about your rankings. For for one quarterback leaks gave us rankings for one quarterback dynasty leagues. And just the rookies and jomar jason. Kyle pits are in the top tier so discuss just think these are the two players that we i mean. I'm sure you if you want to nitpick can come up with question marks for them. But these two i think far and away are the players that are the most talented at their position And that just just feel the safest Chase you know. It's been said a million times one of the best prospects. Since amar since amari cooper there's not really any any holes in his game the only thing you can really nitpick is that we didn't see him.
"kitch" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show
"There's going to be best friends and we're going to team up against the other ones you go and can you give our listeners like a list of all the shows off the list you know one do you like the now okay. So some of my biggest. My biggest was health kitching. Which i love i think could season nineteen now kitchen nightmares. Which is one of my absolute favorites. 'cause i really helped take that show from the uk and adapted to the us sensibility. Sort of my baby and then from there. We spun off and did hotel hell which was very similar to kitchen nightmares And i just. I just love that but the other ones nanny nine one one. That was one of my favorite. Hey that's what. I was the lady that would come in sloop into your house and fix your kids for you. Yes but that was supernanny okay. Manny was on. Abc okay and so that came from the uk at all. The networks wanted supernanny. So they're all bill bidding on it. Abc got it. I was doing hell's kitchen. And all the other shows that fox and so fox was like we need to have our own anti show so we immediately went out but we changed it up we have three nannies and i swear we had nanny deb. She is mary poppins. Rain is that she gonna watch. I don't think most incredible lady i've ever like. I wish i could say that. But i just see on tv. And she is amazing. And then danny stella but i. My kid was danny. Stella was more than ones. Don't have but i was raising my son during the time i was doing any nine one. I learned so much. I learned so much from nanny. Deb nanny stella and mike yeah and you still get in touch with them and hook it up like maybe all three of them. I might need to say you have children for and their three of psychotic gay. They are insane. Cash like five two and eight months the eight month old though. He's nine saying yet that's good. That's good i need them. I need those nannies going. Watch those the shows. And i'm not saying you'll learn a few things you certainly well job but i'm doing all things i i don't know what you do but i do know those is like they they'd pull some like really created things to to get those kids. It's like invisible puppet masters like they're the best kind making the puppet show without the strings. Well they're also not the parent so there's a great thing that that there's a separation there right comes down to. It's not the kids that are out of control. It's the parents damn. It comes down to hate to break it to you. I'm doing it on your cell phone. You know we'll delete that he did. It's okay i probably am. That's the thing about being a parent is at night. You're like i just screwed this whole day up and tomorrow i'm going to do it better. And then you wake up and do the same shit again. And you're like the I don't even know exactly so. Nanny was good in paradise hotel. That was another one of my favorites. That was really early on. And then i moved onto on my true beauty to two seasons of that. That was very interesting. I did that with tyra. Banks ashton kutcher Do we have another one worn a horizon as like wholesome as he seems he is..
"kitch" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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"kitch" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"Hey everybody welcome to chuck eight. Needs a job the podcast. You know what. I thought of doing a podcast. My original concept was a pod. I was gonna to call things. I wish i could say. And the thought would be issued bring guest on guarantee their anonymity and then let them tell whatever. Their story was for you. Older folks in the audience. The drudge report of podcasts. If you will. And that's kind of my concept. I didn't really think through that when you start a podcast and no one knows who you are. It's kinda hard to get people to come on and remain anonymous so we. We started chuck. Yates needs a job and really appreciate you guys listening. We've used the concept a little bit in that we've had seven anonymous twitter accounts come onto the podcast and so far. No-one spend docs for coming on to the podcast. See mr skilling. it's It's safe so you can do it. And so we've had a little bit of that and built some success doing that and Just give you that as a backdrop. Because i'd love to do that. This concept of anonymity more on the podcast because i think it's somewhat freeing all but i thought i should tell you guys this. I got an email about five weeks ago and is a little strange because it was to my email address that i use only on lincoln so they obviously got it off lincoln and bit of a strange email kind of read english but it. It sounded a little weird but they basically said that they really like the pizza gate episode. Which kind of laughed at. And then they said i will show you where the lobsters live in the winter dot dot dot dot signed kitsch data anyway. I thought that was a little weird. But i do what i do. I responded back thanks. I really appreciate it. And then a few more emails came back and this is where it got weird and saw his would be because the job so as an email back and forth with kitsch and. I hope i'm pronouncing that correctly k i. T. c. h. a. as we email back and forth it became apparent kitsch to was very fascinated with russia and spent a lot of time talking about putin. And all not a big thing. When you're here and a domestic oiling. Gas skype but tangentially we think about russia and their place in the world oil community so i was able to somewhat have the discussion back but it was interesting in the kitch- Sent an email talking about. What did putin learn from the us shale revolution. And i hadn't really thought much about that. And so not wanting to seem like an idiot given them a podcast host trying to build an audience. I actually spent some time. Googling Stuff and i found this speech from tetiana metre. She's a nonresident fellow at the columbia cpa center on global energy policy where she was talking about the us shale revolution and its impacts on russia. And so thought. I'd play just a clip for it real quick. Until recently the impact over the u. s. allen g on the russian exports strategy was more how to see it was a bit theoretical. So the influence was there definitely but it was not a direct competition of the us and russian gaz molecular us. It was more anticipation and expectation. That your allergy will come to the market and these expectation. This psychological factor itself has made a lot in transforming the global guys environment and russian exports strategy. So first of all the first example was the huge stockman which russia was carrying on and the stakes were really high. The project was supposed to produce up to seventy five million tons of ellen g one project so you can imagine and it was all targeted. The us market but then shale revolution happened and the us became self sufficient than gas so the project which is quite expensive and technologically challenging. It was stopped. So listening to dr metro Speech she goes on With many more examples of exactly how the shale revolution and more so the perception not necessarily the actual gas volumes but the us and russia instead of being the two leading producers of natural gas in the world actually potentially being competitors. She talked about just how it had changed. Putin's world and really how it had damaged putin because at the end of the day. His biggest weapon is providing natural gas to europe. That's his big revenue source. That's where it gets hard currency and the like and so definitely a big lesson for putin in the mid two thousand to two thousand ten two thousand twelve sort of before well collapsed. He learned a very important lesson that us independence us energy growth was really bad for him and damaging in a big way and so anyway i typed back to catch yet fucked him over royally. Didn't it so catch the emailed back. Chuck you're now ready to look into the truth size. Wasn't sure what that meant. But it kind of made sense a probably a russian idiom. Now you're ready to face the truth or something. And i took the bait and said all right laying on me and he actually emailed back. Do you know what the biggest threat to putin is. And i m abaco of course would see nine at states as our nuclear arsenal. It's our economy hits. You know our culture that so provides the world he actually keach actually emailed back now. The biggest threat to russia and putin is greta. Eta of the poised which slave in judaism toyko associated store to.
"kitch" Discussed on Podcast | Show me the ROI
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"kitch" Discussed on Eu tava la
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"kitch" Discussed on Lured Up - A Pokémon GO Podcast
"And sixty five lured up the podcast where we take pokemon go way more seriously than we do. Ourselves lured up as part of the pok. Mon professor network end. Today is wednesday february third two thousand twenty one on your host. Ken pescatore joined by my co host. Adam tuttle adam. Hello what's up. Welcome trainers how's it goin' ken. What's up man. I'm okay how are you. This is episode one hundred and sixty five. Yes what the valet flip. that's a lot of episodes. We've been doing this a long time shadow to the. Oh jeez everyone. That's been listening to us since day. One appreciate you shout. Shout out to the oh. Jeez for for for shares but How has it been. Men has has the weather holding up in up in up in canada. A maple syrup time no. It's actually not bad. The weather is like mild. It's thirty a solid thirty one degrees like just enough to keep it cool but at the same time i don't. I'm not like shivering at the gas pope while while filling my tank. You know it's it's good. It's good we've got snow snow. You're not much snow. i. I'd say like seventy nine inches something like that. We got like a foot here man in jersey. It's not too too bad. it's so crazy. Like jersey is so weird. It's like the at my house. We got like ten twelve inches right. But then i could drive a half an hour like southeast and go towards the you know obviously right by the beach and there's nothing like twenty minutes away from my house. There's like no snow and at my house like a foot. And if i go north like an hour there's like eighteen inches. It's absolutely insane. it's been. It's been a wild week in the world of weather. It's ver- it's hampered my my pogo playing. And i don't like you don't like it at all hesitant hampered mine or tampered with mine. Well i don't know what to tell you that but all right on today show. We got some stuff to talk about. We're going to recap our week Including atkins spotlight. Our we had reiko in raids including rate our earlier today. We're currently in the team rocket celebration and we have some timed research as a party favor. the lunar new year has been announced and with it comes mega. Gary knows a lot of people really hyped for that Polka minors has torn down zero point. One nine nine point zero and there's a bunch of interesting stuff in there. There's actually a lot in. They're very diverse amount of code. And then we'll wrap up with the bear segment Which is a little bit different. We we ask an open ended question. like fill in the blank to To really open it up and see what was on people's minds and we got some really cool and diverse answers so we'll get there at the end of the show but let's start with our event recap Last week we have the joe celebration wrapping up. After that ended we had a couple of days of like a pallet cleanser before the team go. Rocket celebration started that. I think we had monday. And tuesday monday. In parts of tuesday or something like that where it was just like the straight vanilla. You know seasonal spawns. So that was kind of cool. Yeah couldn't couldn't have been that long. Because i don't remember that time. I just remember catching thank was like a day. Yeah i remember kitching mill tanks and then opening up and then seeing all the poison. Pok mon exactly exactly. I do think it was pretty interesting. That the joe celebration times research was tied to team go rocket even though we had an additional time research. The actual team go rockets celebration. I just thought that was kind of weird. How those things overlapped..
"kitch" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Holiday here with you? Well, not not to be terrible. We don't need it Be all ill gotten. Really not Italian food. Italian food That's been Americanized. No, I get it. But I gotta tell you, I'm a big fan of the olive garden and I know that it's a place where you where you get a decent meal. You don't get ripped off. On. I'm sure that Anderson Cooper, the son of Gloria Vanderbilt, Probably wouldn't even look at an olive garden. Never mind walking through it all. Of course, when he was talking about the olive garden, except I don't think you ever saw his mother and have Gloria Vanderbilt jeans. Making gravy, meatballs and sausage in the kitch guarantee that never just, you know, And that's the thing. The only thing I think is, you know it's going to come out of Look, I didn't get the type type of government I wanted. I'm sure a Constitution bill right? It's strong enough to stand up to him, but I expect them to start eating their own. That's election. Already. AOC wants to run against Chuck Schumer. You're gonna have people jockeying for position on without Trump there. They're probably gonna you know, like I said, start knocking each other off. Gonna work out. I think, Kerry. I think you're absolutely right. And what happens is the political parties get in power, and then they split apart. Um, there was a uh, article today in the Boston and the Boston Globe by a buddy of mine. Kevin Collins was a great writer. Anyway. Normally agree with he basically talked about the integrity of Mitt Romney and I I just can't get out of my mind The image of Mitt Romney going in a sink of frantic Posture to Bedminster to beg Donald Trump to make him secretary of state, right? Yeah, well, you know what? Just unbelievable. I know you're jammed up, but I do have one thing. You think you could have the veterinarian? Dr on? We haven't from this for a little one. Yes, Yes, We will do that, As a matter of fact, when things once President Biden is inaugurated and things slow down a bit. We'll have Dr Jim McKay, Jim McCann, and who's a great friend and a great doctor, and we'll have him back. Very interesting. Had a good guy. A really good guy will have him back. And the reason that we haven't had him. We haven't had Dr Singleton, the ophthalmologist. There are others we did at the car. Guys know we waited at the car guys in late December. We like to mix those folks in. But at this point that the politics has been so intense. You can't get away from itself and make it happen. Gary that's that's your request. All right. I'll talk to you soon. Okay. Bye Bye. Thank you Much. 617254 10 30 Triple 8929 10 30. We will be right back on night side with more conversation as we head towards the Saturday morning. It's Friday night, all up and down the east Coast of America. Whether you're listening tonight in Maine or up in Canada, or you're listening to us down in Florida. It's It's probably a little chilly by all standards. I know it's chilly in New England, but thank goodness No big show storms inside.
Five Ways to Relax
"I lo- people on the youtube soon. Yo coming to you throw a Jonah growth in an empty hall and again I feel a bit like a food talking to Nobody feels really weird. Maybe of you are by yourself right now. Pause the video and just talk to talk to a wall or something and you get some idea of how I feel or you're in a car. Just talk to your steering wheel something like that. That's a bit awkward. But just imagine people listening to this and Ought to give this talk yesterday. And then My first initial reaction was. Are we still doing? Those talks aren't enough talks on the Internet by now. Because I've been away for a while and I didn't realize we're still doing these talks For having to do with the corona virus and at some point you. You've heard dot at like me. I've heard also money talks over the years. Its onboard. You're like I don't need any more talks. Why why do we need the talks to keep coming but don't get me wrong? I'm happy happy to we talking here although talking to To An empty hall. But it's I'm happy to do it but sometimes you like do we need to do. We need to keep expanding our knowledge. Do we need to always keep hearing more and more stuff about Dhamma or do we just reach a point where we just practice instead and just let go of all these stocks? I like all the Buddhist tech sweater. Monks nuns delay people. They would come to to Buddha and just give me a short teaching and With that Short teaching just practice and they just do that short teaching and went to a quiet place. Practice for a long time and And they usually vacation a light and just just by debt. So that shows you that. We don't need too much teachings and as I said sometimes it's just Maybe the Dhamma teachings are more sometimes for entertainment instead of information and sometimes also the opposite. You get so many talks. Catch a bit boring after a while. I mean Jim Rome. He's a great teacher but sometimes I just like Not a not a talker. I JUST WANT TO MEDITATE. Stay in my heart but Usually always still funny to talk. Extenua- reminds me of Of A little store your little joke. Actually that I heard a while ago and I've been teaching That I've been telling people and it's about the man who goes through the doctor and comes through the doctrine says Dr. My heart is burning and on my stomach. It's not good. It's like painful and my knees doctor. Can you please check me out? I don't think I'm very well. Doctor says okay. Do sit over here. I'll show we. He takes his art fame. You know what do you call it? Stethoscope or something too hard. You take this Paul's blood pressure. All these things that doctors do and then the doctor says sorry. I've got some bad news for you. Oh no the man. What is it? The doctor sure you've only got six more months to Leith. Demand is no only six months. Doctor Dr What can I do? And the doctor says what you can do is listen to talks by the monks of the voting Monastery and non of the W. A. Especially the talks of junior and imagine like. Why will that make me leave any longer will make me better and the doctor says it will make you any better. But at least it'll be the longest six months of your life and I just love that because you know sometimes all talk stuff. It just gets a bit boring. But it's like when you meditate. Sometimes it's the opposite doesn't seem long at all at the same time seems to fly by like this morning. I woke up really early. And you started. Meditating straight away Because I felt really awake all right usually when I wake up and meditated for maybe two hours or something just flew by my alarm clock to go for The work matching went Yeah felt like only like forty minutes or something or less even so this is something something shows you that meditation can be really enjoyable because you know when you enjoy yourself. That's one time flies down. They say that's at least that's Dr Expression kitching expression as well time flies by. That's right when you're having fun but maybe there is some truth. Actually in doctor's advice of listening to dumber talks to make you Physically better as well. I'm just making a bit of a joke out of it. I think that can be some truth in it as well because meditation we can learn to. Relax. Our body undermined especially in relation of the body is so so good for Helping you to fight illnesses and also to prevent illnesses in the first place
Have a College Degree but It's Not Your Passion? Listen to This.
"Shea I'm sorry but I am such a fan girl and I usually can contain fan girl done but for some reason with you I'm just I'm really really excited to chat with you today and to kind of hear some of this story of the behind the scenes of studio McGee so thanks for coming on the show well thanks for having me I'm so excited I'm so excited so a lights kind of kick things off with your story you went from a PR degree to design it's a little bit of a pivot I also have a degree but NPR so I kind of curious about the story that landed you to where you are today can you walk me through that sure so I yes I went to school for Public Relations and I graduated with a degree and okay now I do pr right so I got my first job and I worked in the agency worlds for a couple of years not too long enough to learn that it was not the right fit for me I love certainty about it I love that got to write a lot which is something that I enjoy and I really liked I liked the idea and strategy behind public relations and I started in agency we're all I was having to make cold calls which is Larry because I hate calling people so calling people Mike kitching things that I just didn't believe in so once I realized that it was really hard for me to get behind something that I wasn't innately excited about I realize pr wasn't for me but the understanding of how an audience response to what you're putting out there has been invaluable to my career in design if you are a designer that is working for yourself half of your job is figuring out how to get clients for yourself yes your work does part of that but I had to I started for basically nothing and using those tools of how to reach an audience is obviously proved to be a huge part of our success and so yes it was a pivot yes it took me some extra time to get a degree in one thing and then go back to school for another but it actually it worked out I'm glad it works that way I didn't get my degree in design though so I once I was working in PR a kind of just always had a little bit on the side projects I had like when in the heyday like headbands and like homemade harrison stories I had hair accessory business and I got it on I don't know if you remember WH- daily candy is that was a huge deal today show using my skills it was like it was not like a really good business but I was able to do a lot with a little skill set that I had developed and so they did that for a minute and really I loved doing creative face and I was like oh I think maybe I'll be a wedding planner for a second no no that's not what it's for me when we were in our first departments at night at newlyweds and I started reading designed blogs all the time especially because it was when the economy had really taken a hit so the agency that I was working at didn't have a lot of work for me to do and by law I mean they had series like no work for me to do but they kind of kept me around as the PR girl I was at an advertising agency and I was like the one pr person so they cut me around to kind of offer that service to potential clients but it was just hard time for everyone and so I just read designed blogs all day I ain't even admitting that that's how I spent my time but that's what I did and that was kind of my first year of design school was reading blogs and I just loved it I did not get enough but I can't draw I still am not good artists and so I was really afraid I was terrified I go to design school thinking that I would be at at it I think I wanted to be a designer in my heart so badly that I was so appeared to even try because what if this thing that I wanted didn't work out because I was actually Kinda bad at it so I didn't go to school and then my husband was like due to a community college no one is going to judge you for taking a few classes just go and try it out so I did it was great I in a few semesters I was able to build the confidence to just even know the terminology needed and really once I we bought our first sticks a short sale we were in Orange County so the economy like the housing market has taken a bit kit so we bought a short sale and it needed some work and I just was like this is my opportunity so I took I convince said to let us use our savings to fix this house up in that was going to be the investment into my business and I don't know why he went for it he loves me a lot because I had no experience and I just all money fixing up this house and started posting to instagram and I got clients that were you know it was one room at a time or can you style my bookshelves and I just said Yes to everything I didn't really have a bar at the time it was just like you actually going to ask for my opinion yes will do it I was just so excited that people were asking me for might assign opinion so I just went for it and Phil to climb time really was one of the very first people that started did using instagram. I don't think I was the first by needs but it was very very early in the interior design instagram our world it's and yeah so I just realized that the people that had built followings in the fashion industry or brands that I liked they posted every single day they were very consistent and swipe modeled myself after them because there wasn't really someone to model myself after in Benson Graham world so I did that and I really didn't want to answer questions because I was thinking that my clients would get upset if I answered questions and this is a sticky subject in the design space is answering questions and giving away answers the clients have paid for and said was just like well why don't you just pick and choose the things that you feel comfortable answering instead is being someone that doesn't answer anything do your best to engage in at least Roussin every single time and I kinda rolled my eyes but he was totally right so I started doing that I answered questions about the colors and where things were from did my best to share how to's and I think that that really helped gain L. Following from the early days showing the story in a process and just mean learning along the way and at a certain point I think about a year end I to this design business we had our first lady and I thought I was GonNa Stop Funny Enough I thought I was going to I told science you know I'm not sure if I'm coming back maybe we'll see I need to take a break to cigarettes mom thing out and I had emergency set action and was kind of Iraq I was super depressed than than Said told me one day he was leaving his job he had worked his brother there had started a company instead was their first employee who built this business and it was acquired end said was ready to leave and go out on his own and was like I'm not working with family again so he laughs and we fumbled it was just like we've got to figure out of paying the bills I'm like okay I keep doing design work and it was really really rough year just feeling lost is kind of hard feeling and so we just we didn't know what we were doing and it was hard to not have a plan I am a planner so I think that was probably the hardest thing for me at
Can land expropriation help heal South Africa?
"In addressing inequality quality it seems a straightforward indeed elegant policy. Take stuff off people who have a lot of it and give it to people who don't have any of it however anybody certainly any government proposing such a measure would do well to heed the immortal wisdom of H L Mencken who wants observed that there is is always a well known solution to every human problem needs plausible and wrong nevertheless the idea of land expropriation has returned to the public discourse in South Africa a panel assembled by President Cyril Ramaphosa to look into the idea has returned a proposal recommending in limited circumstances the seizure of land without compensating the owners. We should no longer be afraid of this process of having to change the land ownership architecture in our country. It is here and it is here to stay. It is going to happen land. Land ownership has been a persistent issue in post-apartheid South Africa and not without reason a quarter of a century after the racist monstrosity of apartheid was formerly dismantled white South Africans who comprise roughly nine percent of the population still own seventy two percent of the farmland possessed possessed by individuals as an illustration of the lingering effects of systemic injustice. It's hard to beat this by lament is rare opportunity unity to redress on this past wrongs to allow the natives who have lost so much to reclaim the dignity. <MUSIC> BIC by kitching our land back no law shall. We be treated as life in our own land. Never Ramaphosa's panel has proposed seizing land which is held for speculative purposes land which is occupied and worked by tenants and land and and that has has been abandoned it has also suggested taking inner city buildings owned by absentee landlords for obvious understandable reasons these these measures will go over well with a significant proportion of South African voters especially those who have lately been tempted away from President Obama poses his African National Congress now very much the Party of South Africa's establishment and towards the radical firebreathers of the opposition Economic Freedom Fighters Party not who nearly doubled the parliamentary presence in last May's election the F. F. led by Julius Malima who might be charitably described as uncompromising uncompromising in his general approach favors wholesale nationalization of South Africa's land. You'll say I thought what colonialism we wanted decolonisation yet yourself party or Lord Boorda's in Africa what is being proposed by President Obama poses panel is significantly less than that but it is nevertheless significant as it stands under section twenty five of South Africa's Constitution and the government may expropriate land but is required to cough up just and equitable compensation there has long been chat about amending this his clothes and or concocting some legal argument that in certain circumstances just and equitable compensation might amount to nothing they is also a growing body of opinion in our country that the constitution as it stands does not impede. beat expropriation of land without compensation that expropriation will be popular in some electorally important demographics is beyond doubt and that is very usually the clinching argument in matters of politics. Although some polling in South Africa suggests widespread unease with the idea of no compensation factor less often subject to rigorous scrutiny is whether or not a given see see policy will actually work and where expropriation nation of land is concerned. The are some discouraging precedents and if you WANNA the inroad of what you want to do today most infamously in the early years of the twenty th century Zimbabwe's then President Robert Mugabe ordered the seizure of white-owned farms and they're transferred to black ownership good have looked at what happened in Zimbabwe. Remember signor Robert Mugabe went down the same road was he also did in so doing was effectively <unk> demolish. Zimbabwe's agricultural infrastructure femme production plummeted by two thirds in less than a decade and Zimbabwe's economy collapsed alongside to the point where the country had to abandon its hyper inflation stricken currency in two thousand nine. Zimbabwe issued a one hundred trillion dollar banknote note which wouldn't buy a phosphate. They're actually doing the opposite non Zimbabwe. 'cause they realize the folly of their ways. South Africa is not Zimbabwe's and Cyril Ramaphosa Hosa is not Robert Mugabe but the <hes> some similarities many years after the end of white minority rule things remain extremely tough for many among long South Africa's black majority the unemployment rate in South Africa is a staggering scandalous twenty seven point six percent even higher among youth who. Who are increasingly drawn to the E. F F and South Africa is as Zimbabwe was an apparently attornal one party Democracy Ramaphosa a post has big problems and the means always tempting of making big gestures in response. If this Kevin was serious about restitution and redistribution we would speed up the hundreds of thousands of land claims that tremaine unprocessed in South Africa that is what it serious party would do if it was kid about land performer land redistribution the trouble is that property rights matter they are along with free and fair elections a free press judicial independence and the rule of law one of the crucial differences between functional society and a shambles property rights are also in this specific instance crucial to the foreign investment which South Africa urgently requires. Nobody is going to buy something if they're not sure they will be allowed to keep it and in fact we have said to those who are investing in no country that they shouldn't have no fear that the land property is going to be expropriated while the proposals of the presidential panel panel commendably constrained they will prompt concerns about these slipperiness of this particular slope they are of the ways to redress economic imbalance and historical injustice. The President Ramaphosa will be wearily aware that they are often more complex and long term than understandably impatient poor people would prefer he could of course set a personal example his own farm. The in Taba Neo near state in Malaga Province is reckoned at five thousand one hundred Hector's plenty to go around for monocle twenty four. I'm Andrew Moolah