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Will the Boston Bruins Ever Fix Their Power Play?

Poke the Bear

01:43 min | Last month

Will the Boston Bruins Ever Fix Their Power Play?

"Those practices that burns will have, I imagine a large portion, it's going to be devoted to fixing that power play, just because it's been stuck in a rough way for a long time, I think since April 8th, the Bruins have six total power-play goals and four of them have come from Craig Smith. And and another one is kind of stupid crazy. I mean, you can make the case. You like just from the I test that the second unit has looked a lot better than the first for a long, long time now. So they have to do something to to get that first pulp a unit rolling. Whether it's worth switching a Personnel or Bruce Cassidy is always identified troubles with entries as being a thing that's really going to hurt that top power-play unit over the last month. So I think they've got to really kind of fix that and not make it be you know I don't think you want you expect you to jump from where it is right now to all Cynthia not top three unit again right. I don't think you're going to have that whether it's just like it's not the cards at guys on exit game. I'm gonna Torey Krug. Yeah, yeah, exactly. I don't think either you're going into it. Expecting them to cash in on, you know, thirty percent of their chances, but you're still need more than the output. You're getting off. Because I think you know, right now the Bruins is, the deadline are outscoring teams at even-strength 37 to 15, which is crazy. It's crazy that there there's going this many of the 2011 Bruins now, where it's like, wow, they're, you know, they're dissecting teams on even strain for them to hopefully, kills, all the momentum. Pretty much been the case for a month now. So if you even get that power-play back to, you know, 20% over this this long stretch, it goes a whole a long way. Especially in the playoffs, in terms of Just Landing more punches against the opponent's. So I think in terms of x's and o's power plays probably stands out the most to me. Yeah.

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"krug" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:26 min | 4 months ago

"krug" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Disputes happen the system reaches that fork threshold that i that i mentioned earlier where it splits into two and and redistributes rep based on which side you are on. How did you test auger as you were developing in enrolling it out to production over time. Do you have a consistent means of of making sure. It functions as intended. Yeah that's a great question so the these systems are really challenging to test because they involve real money and economic incentives in so the main way. We've tested things has been you know one is having auditors review the code review the incentive sign before we do releases they tend to actually catch a lot of a lot of good issues. Know that would have been bad if they weren't caught. You know having having economists look at the system the other way. That's a pretty good way of testing is the auger community is actually pretty helpful with this. There's a public discourse we're kind of all the development talk happens in. It's actually a game three chat in there any kind of new idea or designed for the system really gets put through the wringer in that chat. There's a couple of hundred people and sometimes even people who haven't been active for you know six months or a year when they see an important conversation happening in they're kinda resurface. It's pretty interesting. So we've been able to prevent a lot of design issues based off that it's this kind of process where people get pretty adversarial. They'll they'll try to really break any idea that you proposed in. Make sure it's resistant to attack. But there's some things that you know have slipped through that process like one thing that was just kind of an oversight is disputing process so the very first dispute is actually quite cheap to do. It costs like ten to twenty dollars in. Us dollars in. So there's a problem there which is somebody could just disputed market just to delay the resolution just kind of control or out of spite or for any reason and there was mechanism where people could basically pre steak so the market creator could say hey. I'm so confident in this market resolve in the where. I think it's gonna resolve that. I'm willing to put some capital at risk upfront. In most. He thought that that meant that. It would cost more to challenge it. But instead i do to like an incentive design it actually still only costs fifteen dollars to do the first challenge after the first challenge. It gets expensive again. Nestle one example of something like we're going to have to fix or iterating through in the next release. That didn't get caught. It's everything gets caught but it's you know it's tough designing these these open systems where anyone in the world can can access it to try to do whatever they want. Strappy is a leading open source headless. Cms that front end developers love. It's more than a no jay s framework and more than a headless. Cms it saves api development time through a beautiful admin panel that anyone can use its open source free and open source forever the entire code bases available on get hub itself hosted with security for any kind of company that needs that kind of you can host your data safely on your own servers and it's gdp.

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"krug" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

07:18 min | 4 months ago

"krug" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"That's one approach. You could envision regulators taking at some point a third approach might be to say you know if somebody is hosting a. Ui on top. you know. It's up to that person to do things like block certain customers depending on what jurisdiction there end and that sort of thing. There's a bunch of different ways you can vision it. The most important thing is that when you look at these decentralized prediction markets. Nobody is besides the theory i'm notes. Nobody is actually holding the money and processing the bats in those tend to be the biggest regulated activities. Anytime you touch money whether it's for a prediction market or anything else. You start to fall under under a lot of regulatory issues and that's kind of the innovation by bitcoin. Bitcoin nodes. it's a budget notes that touch the money. And there's not like one entity processing all the transactions. It's kind of similar story for decentralized prediction markets are decentralized prediction markets legal today or the legal around the world. That's a good question. So i think it depends what you're doing like anything else. One way to think about that question is sort of think about. It's kind of like asking you know. Bittorrent legal in dancers. Well really depends. What use it for but it depends on what country you're in where you're based in. It depends on a bunch of different factors. I think if you look at the history of batting in the united states was thing that's generally been fairly protected is the role of individual bettors. So assuming you're not market making assuming you're not taking other people's bats and assuming you're just an individual better. There hasn't really been any successful. Prosecutions of individual bettors for using fatty incites regardless of where the sites are located. Obviously a decentralized version is kind of different. Because it's like well where's where's it located. Well it's located on a theme. But i had some of the principles from from those that case precedent would apply the other element is the people who create the market itself. So the person who proposed the question who sets the you know the terms for the market and who takes a fee on that market is a really important element in that part. You know it depends on. There's every country has a different way of regulating in the short version. Some countries it's not very good at all some countries you get a license and it's pretty straightforward in other countries. It's outright illegal. In some countries there's a licensing process but it's more involved the uk it would be an example of a fat so there's not really a short or simple answer. I wish there was know. I think these markets are really useful and provide a lot of information. But they've never really gotten popular enough yet for there to be kind of a global regulatory framework for it. Instead it's it's fairly fragmented. We can set aside the legal distinctions for a moment. Let's talk about engineering. So you set up or you conceived of auger on the ethereal blockchain. And i just love to get a high level overview of how you envisioned auger working. Yeah so if you go way back to kind of late twenty fifteen when we were really making a lot of the core design decisions actually late twenty fourteen. The main thing we were thinking about is okay. How can we even build this in the first place. We initially started looking at bitcoin and trying to make some modifications to bitcoin but decided that would be far too complicated and what we would end up with. Wouldn't really be bitcoin anymore. But just be this really modified beat software and then a theory came out it was about to launch and we decided to try to build what we've been building on bitcoin but on curium and it became clear that that was going to be the winning architecture. It was far easier to build on the idea. Smart contracts is basically perfect for what you're doing with these prediction. Markets prediction markets are basically coda fide. Financial contracts are defied agreements. That move money around and smart contracts were perfect fit for that. I think one thing that we underestimated is how complicated user interface layer would be for this stuff because it's pretty easy to write a smart contract into published a theory of everything but getting the data off the blockchain reading the data from the chain in a way that's efficient converting basically a relatively inefficient data structure of blocks into something that can live in a user interface. You know on the user's own machine in a way to actually load quickly turned out to be like a year really challenging problem that we've only really just sorta figured out so auger has a token associated with it. What is the purpose of the auger token. Yes so if you look at the token it's called raptor reputation and the idea for chemo out. Basically trying to answer the question of how do we actually pay out inaugura market. So say it's a market on will the rocket launch successfully or not in the resolution criteria. Are you know is launch sequence completed and did get off the launch pad. That's all we care about in this example. So you need somebody to tell a theory. I'm the tele blockchain what actually happened in the real world and you know the first reaction that anybody who comes to is okay you just appoint somebody and have them do it now. The problem with that is you know it's centralized system. That person can lie. they can be bribed they. Can you know just told the system a ton of problems with that. That doesn't really work. The next kind of thing people think of is like will. Can't you dislike plug into an api in a theory of nodes don't within the vm. Within the theory on virtual machine kind of execution environment they don't actually have access to the internet they can't make. Api calls if they did. That would actually be a pretty solid solution. And so the solution we came upon is the idea of basically having real people put something at stake. If you're familiar with proof mistake it's kind of a similar concept that and you basically stake on what the actual reality is and market can have multiple possible answers. It could be for a simple yes or no market it could be yes no or it could be valid and invalid market. Might be something like you know you'll be like is today. A good day is probably the best example of that is what we came up with. Is you have this. Token people have to stake it on what they believe to result is if you're with the consensus you basically earned fees and if you're against it you actually lose a portion of your steak and so that's sort of how the token came about. Can you clarify a little more detail. Why do you need to use a rep token. Why couldn't you use e v as the mechanism settlement. Yeah for sure so the reason why you need to separate token is basically use a token like if you run into this problem where the solution you end up creating becomes a keynesian beauty contest. So what ends up happening is. Whoever sorta has.

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"krug" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

04:52 min | 4 months ago

"krug" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Joey welcome the show. Thanks for having me. You are the founder of auger which is a decentralized prediction market. What is the function of a prediction market. Yes so a prediction market is basically a platform that lets people bet on or against real world events and by taking the odds of those bats you can basically get a forecast for how likely event is to actually happen and practical functionality. does that serve. Yeah so it does a couple of things one. Is that it for the people who are actually betting on the market. It lets them actually. Just make a straight bet if they're betting on something like a sporting event but it also lets people had risks so as an example which is a fairly real example. Say you're a person who wanted to hedge against the risk that taxes increase a new democratic congress. Well you could basically bet on the democrats and if they win you've hedged a little bit of whatever the tax changes you basically make more money if they win if they lose you. Don't get the tax hike but you also lose your bet. The other uses somebody who has just an opinion. They're not looking to hedge risk. They're looking to take risk on because they believe they know something about the world that someone else doesn't and prediction. Markets have a wide range of things you could bet on. It could be sporting event politics. You know whether it's based extra lunches there next rocket successfully really anything now in order to actually make those bets substantive and to make like if i wanted to make a significant hedge against the incoming tax policy makers i need a lot of liquidity to be able to place that bet against what are the challenges in a prediction market aggregating enough liquidity on either side of a trade. Yes so there's a bunch of challenges with it one is that prior to being blockchain based prediction markets most prediction markets were run and owned by a central company which means they tended to fragment the liquidity you might have a prediction market which focused on say new zealand might have another prediction market which focused on spain separate one for the uk and so on and so forth and so one problem is you had this to quitter fragmentation. the second issue is that just forming. The quality for new events is hard so if you look at something like the stock market it has you know these huge systems in firms and entities exist solely for providing liquidity and. There's a ton of different ways that they can hedge their risk but with a prediction market. You're betting over real-world events and not only that but if you're wrong you hold the risk in the wrong way. You could actually lose all your money. They example this is like you know. Take a presidential election if you bet on trump and trump loses you lose all the money that you bet on him and so for market maker. That's very risky. If you look at say like market making apple stock you know the the worst case scenario is that apple moves a little quickly and you end up holding too many or too few apple shares and you may be lose you know in a in a big move a number of percents though of prediction markets. You know something can swing from a ten percent chance to zero percent chance to one hundred percent chance in a matter of seconds or minutes and so that's what makes marketmaking getting liquidity very difficult before you started augured. There were a number of centralized prediction markets. What are the problems with centralized prediction markets. Yeah so if you look at the problems the centralize prediction markets. There's a couple. There's one problem that you know. Even when i got into the space. I thought it was just a problem in theory. I didn't think it would actually be a problem in practice but it turns out it is a problem in practice. Sometimes as well in that problem is because these things are real world events they have a resolution date some point where the event has to be paid out immediately clear winner in actually sometimes controversy over how it gets declared so that's one problem with a centralized one that in an e centralized system. You could have more community driven process for resolving market and pain out that sort of ensures more people are are happy with the result. So it's less arbitrary in that sense. The other kind of big issue with centralized ones is that they tend to be located in you know one or two jurisdictions or handful jurisdictions. Nobody's really created a global centralize prediction market mostly for the for the reason that the compliance cost of gain licensed in a one hundred eighty countries would just be too much overhead in in too much burden for anyone entity to do it.

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Ethereum Prediction Markets with Joey Krug

Software Engineering Daily

04:52 min | 4 months ago

Ethereum Prediction Markets with Joey Krug

"Joey welcome the show. Thanks for having me. You are the founder of auger which is a decentralized prediction market. What is the function of a prediction market. Yes so a prediction market is basically a platform that lets people bet on or against real world events and by taking the odds of those bats you can basically get a forecast for how likely event is to actually happen and practical functionality. does that serve. Yeah so it does a couple of things one. Is that it for the people who are actually betting on the market. It lets them actually. Just make a straight bet if they're betting on something like a sporting event but it also lets people had risks so as an example which is a fairly real example. Say you're a person who wanted to hedge against the risk that taxes increase a new democratic congress. Well you could basically bet on the democrats and if they win you've hedged a little bit of whatever the tax changes you basically make more money if they win if they lose you. Don't get the tax hike but you also lose your bet. The other uses somebody who has just an opinion. They're not looking to hedge risk. They're looking to take risk on because they believe they know something about the world that someone else doesn't and prediction. Markets have a wide range of things you could bet on. It could be sporting event politics. You know whether it's based extra lunches there next rocket successfully really anything now in order to actually make those bets substantive and to make like if i wanted to make a significant hedge against the incoming tax policy makers i need a lot of liquidity to be able to place that bet against what are the challenges in a prediction market aggregating enough liquidity on either side of a trade. Yes so there's a bunch of challenges with it one is that prior to being blockchain based prediction markets most prediction markets were run and owned by a central company which means they tended to fragment the liquidity you might have a prediction market which focused on say new zealand might have another prediction market which focused on spain separate one for the uk and so on and so forth and so one problem is you had this to quitter fragmentation. the second issue is that just forming. The quality for new events is hard so if you look at something like the stock market it has you know these huge systems in firms and entities exist solely for providing liquidity and. There's a ton of different ways that they can hedge their risk but with a prediction market. You're betting over real-world events and not only that but if you're wrong you hold the risk in the wrong way. You could actually lose all your money. They example this is like you know. Take a presidential election if you bet on trump and trump loses you lose all the money that you bet on him and so for market maker. That's very risky. If you look at say like market making apple stock you know the the worst case scenario is that apple moves a little quickly and you end up holding too many or too few apple shares and you may be lose you know in a in a big move a number of percents though of prediction markets. You know something can swing from a ten percent chance to zero percent chance to one hundred percent chance in a matter of seconds or minutes and so that's what makes marketmaking getting liquidity very difficult before you started augured. There were a number of centralized prediction markets. What are the problems with centralized prediction markets. Yeah so if you look at the problems the centralize prediction markets. There's a couple. There's one problem that you know. Even when i got into the space. I thought it was just a problem in theory. I didn't think it would actually be a problem in practice but it turns out it is a problem in practice. Sometimes as well in that problem is because these things are real world events they have a resolution date some point where the event has to be paid out immediately clear winner in actually sometimes controversy over how it gets declared so that's one problem with a centralized one that in an e centralized system. You could have more community driven process for resolving market and pain out that sort of ensures more people are are happy with the result. So it's less arbitrary in that sense. The other kind of big issue with centralized ones is that they tend to be located in you know one or two jurisdictions or handful jurisdictions. Nobody's really created a global centralize prediction market mostly for the for the reason that the compliance cost of gain licensed in a one hundred eighty countries would just be too much overhead in in too much burden for anyone entity to do it.

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"krug" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:47 min | 7 months ago

"krug" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Well, NFL notes here in the two o'clock hour 40 Niners today Put River Crate Craft and Jonathan Cyprien from the practice squad to the active roster, and they open the practice window for Richard Sherman. So he has they have 21 days. To activate Sherman or not. Kendrick born has been put on the Koven 19 Reserve list of one other note Falcons today Wave defensive intact. McKinley's very native. And so he goes through waivers. 40 Energy currently number 15 in the waiver priorities do $875,000 for the rest of the season. Pete Carroll and a multi year extension with Seahawks over the weekend, of course. Marin County native turns 69 in September's the NFL's Oldest head coach, the first free agent baseball has signed. It's Robby Ray, and he's re signs with the Blue Jays. One year deal for $8 Million Kevin Gausman, by the way, has till November the 11th to decide whether to accept Giants $18.9 million qualifying offer and bleacher report Jonathan Wasserman's reporting that a source told him there's a rumor going around the MBA at the warrior ownership could force the front office to take the mellow ball. James Wiseman is off the board. Another source close to the Warriors told Wasserman that they're both pro Romelo ball and anti Lamelas ball voices in the warrior's front office. John Wilder joins us next. Now back to Mr T. Krug and Rod B T. K. N B. R 1045 and 6 80 Sports leader. College football is your thing. 12 football is your thing. John Wilder and his back 12 Hotline newsletter. It's a must read. John.

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"krug" Discussed on Poke the Bear

Poke the Bear

03:08 min | 9 months ago

"krug" Discussed on Poke the Bear

"Whole year to play together and they're going to be consistent you this chemistry and I think even getting just Craig Smith gives you that consistency where you're not, you know, definitely slipping pieces. You can for sure say coil and Smith will beat you out of the whole year and you know, I'm on the left side all that stuff. So should be very interesting. And as you said things are probably going to accelerate it would be awesome for the Bruins to get Taylor Hall just from a Content perspective just from how interesting. I think it would be dead. I think for fans, you know you fans listening. I mean, I think it would and I don't I don't have to sell anybody on Taylor at all. I feel like I'm selling people on the idea of Taylor and all but I really think it would be so interesting and I think it would reject this Bruins team over the top potentially much better chances against Tampa Bay and that second round especially if you're losing Tyler Johnson. Yep, kind of a big thing. I was most reasonable wage and like these movies are going to be happening now. Oh, I forgot by the way. Yes, Torey Krug was right. I mean. Sweeney was right choice was right to say screw, you know Tori kroge like that. That is that the ultimate the ultimate take is people who are like, I know the animal Antics won't going Frank Frank Smith or something, but he's not Mike Hoffman. I'm like, he's better than my coffin you idiots. Like Torey Krug is a trainer. If you can't beat them join them like that is dead. Funny how people being like groups of snake toward Kruk. I'm done with Tori Cruise have a contract off. He has you dummy what dude he's a human being. He's trying to make money the bruising even offer anything let the man be I hope to work groups was a hundred goals and went to Stanley Cup every year. That's st. Louis directions. Yeah now so much same style pizza now, that's so that's the one try. That's a real tragic novice. He has to get that bootleg ass pizza. That's funny that like him in Robert Thomas were tweeted each other. Yeah, just like that hit was so busy and just so humiliating for Robert Thomas. Like that's not something that you can just like tweet away. That's like funny now like you you you got your manhood taken away from you on that head like you aren't a u are not a human being anymore. Yeah, but definitely interesting but lots of crazy stuff Connor before we go. What are you working on it yesterday that people can look forward to yeah. We're breaking down kind of gone. Sweeney's press log. Friends from from Saturday afternoon. We're looking ahead of what kind of the next steps are this seems like every day something new is going to be happening. So who even knows what's going to happen later tonight in terms of how this affects wage offseason because I think you see from the Craig Smith move in in, you know, if you're looking at the lens of just this contract it's great. But you want to sit with the other pieces out that are going to fall for this team. So we'll have you covered every step of the way over a thousand Sports channel. Subscribe there. You can follow me on Twitter at Connor on the school and 93 Connor. We'll have you covered up. Yes J V over at CLS media follow both and for poke the bear episode off you guys. Have a great rest of your free agent Frenzy..

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"krug" Discussed on Poke the Bear

Poke the Bear

05:41 min | 9 months ago

"krug" Discussed on Poke the Bear

"This is where you are going to, you know, live out your life for seven-plus years. I'm very surprised that he didn't consider Saint Louis before and it sounded like the decision was made. Holy on winning and to me I look at that and I say were you really ready to go. Louis? Like are you sure you wanted to do this? Because part of me thinks now, I'm not saying staying with the Bruins, but I do wonder if you done research into Saint Louis cuz didn't sound like you did. It did not sound like they were ready to go to Saint Louis and it just sounded like maybe I'm wrong and it's his decision, but it kind of sounded like it was very impulsive not leaving the Bruins. I think that was always off like we all said he was gone but choosing st. Louis sounded a little impulsive. I mean, it's I think it's one of the situations right where it seems like it wasn't on his radar. He mentioned that and then you look at the options, right? I mean if he prioritized winning and getting a fair deal in the Bruins game, let's say they offered that six six and a half million dollar contract. I'm what are your what are your other options that you want to go to Detroit and make sense from the perspective of you know, he knows Jeff blashill. He's from Michigan and makes a lot of sense but like that team's not turning things around and not you know, another year to you want to go to Columbus who has a bunch of cap space but that team, you know could be good. But like, you know, it depends on how you like Tortorella. It's not a big Market. It's not the way most happening place in the NHL and not saying Saint Louis's we already have a friggin podcast or we roasted Saint Louis for the first ten minutes of it. But and even st. Louis, you know, it's his team still on the up-and-up. I mean, they've got really good pieces but joining Bennington didn't really have a good year. They're going to lose Fortran jalloh. They signed that horrible contract for Justin fog that France why they can't keep the trans hello, but you'll get all those options and if the Bruins have that offer still on the table, I bet he would have taken it because it seems like regardless of who signing contracts. Everyone's either taking short-term deals or they're taking contracts phone number. Over the market value like we were pietrangelo signs with you know, he might just end up getting eight million seven and a half million or something like that when he could have probably gotten 9 and 1/2 thousand and ten and a half if there's a normal year and I think for you know, people are saying that Torey Krug, you know, he turned down that, you know, 6 6 and 1/2 6 years 6 and 1/2 million dollar contract last year..

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"krug" Discussed on Poke the Bear

Poke the Bear

05:43 min | 9 months ago

"krug" Discussed on Poke the Bear

"Podcast. I'm Aronofsky alongside Conor Ryan of Boston Sports Journal Connor. And do we have anything to talk about today? I don't think we do. I really don't know. I mean maybe in just I don't know the weather the weather's nice outside 77 talk about. Yeah, I don't know. I watched you watching anything on T recently been to The Sopranos on HBO show or something like that or more more A Better Call Saul Now, I actually haven't gotten around to seeing better car a big Breaking Bad Guy, but it's haven't gone around people said it was kind of slow down to get around. Okay, you know will cut the shit. Yeah. No, there's there's a lot, you know, there's a lot going on there's quite a bit. And so by the way of Shadow me new new Mike. I hope you have some better or look better with age. Right in front of me now. It's not off to the side. This was $60 more. It's like supposedly the best Mike that can be plugged into your MacBook. So I was like hell yes sure, centers are thrilled shake it off, but I sound like an angel sound like first sex with Jesus. Yes friends a lot of stepbrothers references by the way on Twitter lately we get to that second. Yeah, so lots of stuff Bruins free agency the first half of day one was nothing there was nothing. I mean the TSN show they were grasping at straws to talk about you can only talk about or kind of Carousel enough. Yeah. They were they were really doing projects for the 2022 Olympics are projecting the Canadian teen. I was like, they're going to start doing like twenty twenty six to one point of they're going to keep on rolling with it tough tough day for content for the rest of the NHL. But Kevin Miller re-signs wasn't that big a thing but then our antennas popped up when the Bruins moved Sweeney's presser back from 5 p.m. Until 6 a.m. Saturday at 1 we thought it was much bigger. They have reportedly offered Taylor Hall a short-term three-year deal. But Torey Krug were all probably settling in for a nice fun Friday night. Whatever you decide to do whether you stand whether you go out and social justice, whatever it is who's probably cut in half like ours where when it around 8:00 Elliott Friedman tweeted out croup Saint Louis down all wet. What so what was your initial reaction to that? Very interested to hear this? Yeah. I think when the news broke that he was leaving. I don't think I think pretty much all of us were in the same boat that we thought he was going to go elsewhere and get a significant deal Saint Louis being the one to offer him that that came as a surprise. I think I don't think I really expected them to sign him considering, you know, the fact that st. Louis seem like they're still in the running for pietrangelo. They had money already tied up with a guy like Justin Faulk dead. So it came as a big surprise and I think even pietrangelo was I think pretty shocked by it too. It seemed like he was going to make the rounds and then probably come back to Saint Louis and I think as it progressed, I you know, we went from a situation where you know, Krug leaves and most of us were expecting to do it. Anyway, so you already kind of you know half way out the door of like, you know, congrats congrats improved for, you know, getting a you know, getting the bag and earning that contract that he definitely deserves been here that we wanted to team like Saint Louis which you know, I'm sure sours a lot of Bruins fans, but the fact that it seems like the issue is with the Bruins just.

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Boston Bruins' Torey Krug Signs 7-Year Deal With St. Louis Blues

WBZ Midday News

00:20 sec | 9 months ago

Boston Bruins' Torey Krug Signs 7-Year Deal With St. Louis Blues

"National Predators forward Craig Smith to a three year deal. The 31 year old scored 18 goals this past season. The next slightly see Torey Krug on the ice will be wearing a ST Louis blues uniforms. The former Bruins defenseman has signed a seven year deal worth 6.5 million a season. He says the Bruins last offer was about a year ago and was later pull The Patriots practicing

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Could this offseason be pivotal for Don Sweeney?

Bruins Beat

03:08 min | 9 months ago

Could this offseason be pivotal for Don Sweeney?

"Could be like if we want to go there this could be the second most pivotal offseason. Don Sweeney's tenure is Jim Morrison would be I mean, yeah, we obviously know what the the first one was some hits some misses I'll defend on Thursday and say people forget the meal music trade was was very solid but should it be his want this could be kind of the offseason wear off he shakes it up and there's been there's been little shit shaking in the Don Sweeney tenure really other than that 2015 offseason where he kind of came in and moved Hamilton moved Lucic got the Draft Picks 6 in the first two rounds. We all know the story there but dead. This could be like the next kind of version of that obviously not as big but like if you look at where the Bruins are, I mean what happens with Krug? What happens with Chara those to move up itself are pretty franchised altering. And then from there there's obviously been the the Rask rumors. I I wouldn't be surprised if something happened with Rask because we we should never be surprised by anything that happens with Rask anymore. And this point that's the case. This was like a weird enough year and obviously with it happened in the the postseason like There's so much uncertainty surrounding that player that that nothing that happens with him with surprise me. So yeah between Krug we think departing who knows what happens with Chara. I think the flu tone made a really great point that was sort of an obvious point that we've all been kind of sleeping on like it is possible that Chara reaches free agency and who knows if the Bruins have or anything with him maybe a team jumps in and they're like, hey, man, you're the missing piece like this is your what what we need and maybe yeah, maybe he just maybe he departs so possibilities are plentiful and I haven't even gotten to the Do they make like a real hockey trade? Do they trade Jake debrusk? They trade Brandon Carlo. My pie-in-the-sky thing that will never happen is like they find a way to make Carlos the centerpiece of a Patrick line a deal which financially and for other reasons just does not seem like something they would do but oh my God, I have been banging the table to get more scores on this team and if they found a way even if it's losing Carlo in an offseason where you also lose Krug, like imagine if I thought they had Patrick lyonnet David pastrnak and like imagine having three of the best goal scorers in the planet on your team

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How the North Bay Became 'Wine Country'

Bay Curious

03:48 min | 9 months ago

How the North Bay Became 'Wine Country'

"To answer Michael's question about when wine country got start and how it became. So popular, we brought in reporter Christopher Beale Hey Christopher Hay alluvia. So let's start with when wine grapes were first planted in the North Bay. When was that all the way back in eighteen twenty three the Spanish created a mission in Sonoma's. It's the first place where grapes were intentionally planted in wine country but the wine made from these grapes was Sacramento Kinda like alcoholic. Grape juice used in church, not what we would recognize as wine, and then in eighteen thirty s some of the early European settlers in the NAPA sonoma valleys would have grown some basic wine grapes as well. Now, when does the wine country that we think of today start to take shape for the sake of the story let's start in eighteen forty California is ten years from entering the Union and this guy named Charles Krug arrives in San Francisco. Crew was a German after the revolutions of eighteen, forty eight in Europe the comes into San Francisco. It was the editor of a German language newspaper in San Francisco. That's Jim Lapsley he managed agricultural continuing education at UC Davis for more than thirty years with focus on wine-making. Now, after a few years in San Francisco Charles Krug gets married and ended up as a dowry getting quite a bit of land. This is the area just North of Santa Lena where the Charles Krug winery is located considered. It'd be the first commercial winery in Napa Valley. The wine country story is really one about marketing and innovation, and this Guy Charles crew gets credit for a lot of the early innovation and wine country including being the first to use a cider press, which is kind of like a slotted barrel to press wine grapes before that grapes were generally crushed by people's feet. When California entered the union, it was a place where we could grow grapes because the climate was quite similar to the southern Mediterranean. It was dry during the summer it had wet winters and differ grew very well here in California. For, is a species of grapevine. It's used to make wine after the early success of pioneers like Cruyff people began to plant grapes and produce more wind and the NAPA and sonoma valleys. But this was still considered low quality table wine and it continued to represent only a fraction of the US market mainly because it was still cheaper for east coast consumers to import wine. From Europe by boat, then from California by train. But that all changed in eighteen, seventy five, the US government stepped in and increase the tax on imported European wines to twenty cents a gallon which leveled the financial playing field for California's wine producers, and as a result, the wines dig it imported from Europe can be much more expensive wines and oak wine that was everyday drinking. That became the from California. Now. It wasn't a linear march from this moment today. The wind industry suffered a few major setbacks over the years but one way or another managed to survive them. Here's a few of the important ones I wine country was almost destroyed by bugs in the eighteen seventies. This is a microscopic bug that eats the roots of wine grapes. It's related to an eighth fit in it's called. PHILOXENIA. And when it arrived in wine country, it destroyed the vineyards to kill the vineyards and the only way could really come up with a solution was to plant on grafted vines the bottom, the rootstock would be a native variety and then on top graft with Vida's Benifica.

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White professor who said she lied about being Black has resigned from George Washington University

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 10 months ago

White professor who said she lied about being Black has resigned from George Washington University

"University just days after she revealed she lied about being black. Last week in an online confession that Jessica Krug wrote that she's actually white and Jewish, And she said that she built her life on a violent anti black lie from the school suspended her. After that confession, and just short time ago, G w tweeted. She has resigned effective immediately. The school says other faculty will take over her classes this semester. As police departments

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Historian Jessica Krug Admits to Posing As a Black Woman

The Adam Carolla Show

04:17 min | 10 months ago

Historian Jessica Krug Admits to Posing As a Black Woman

"Crew. She's a professor at George Washington University revealed she'd been lying about being black for years. She will no longer be teaching classes this semester a spokesperson for Gw you did not comment further requests not been returned for CNN the message from the Gw, you administration comes just one day after crew is a professor of African and Latin American Studies revealed. She was not a black woman that she had been passing herself off as for years instead she revealed she's white Jewish from Kansas. City and throughout her adult life there she goes Krug had masqueraded as North African African, American, and Caribbean rooted Bronx blackness. was onto her ass years ago Roseanne Barr. She knew Oh. Yeah. That's right. Didn't know. Little yardstick. But how bad is racism in this country where half the people are trying to pass themselves. As. The hated race or not have to build. Those Cases of people trying to become a race that we allegedly hate and that doesn't seem. Not a great strategy. If in fact we are who we say we are well, it was funny because like I said August was the first person to send me this article and I got many after that and he made some joke like Oh must be a friend of Gina's well I said I it's not that big of a community. In Kansas City, I promise you I know someone who knows her psych I text, my best friend, my oldest friend from Kansas City and I said what's the deal that the name sounds familiar? Do We know her? Yes, she went to our synagogue she's so and so's niece She was a few years behind us to sit in front of us at snuggle. while. You Go. It's a small town in Kansas City. Now was she doing this in order to get a break I mean to get on the staff or to be able to teach these subjects credibly other thing too is kind of weird. It's like. I can listen to a guy speak about the civil war who didn't participate in the civil war needed to be reacting I'm old fashioned that way like I just feel like you can talk about Black Studies Chicano Studies. You may speak about that like you speak about any subject yes. Right. We're all you got CAESARIA coming on soon but like some of The best analysis about sports football regular are not from guys who played the game. You know what? I mean the best hitting coach Ted, Williams, the marginal hitting coach. You know what? I mean because it came. So naturally to him, I is the person who's studied it and really understand the science of hitting and that's why booger McFarland doesn't have a job. Exactly. Right I. Think you're right like. Is it the chicken or the egg? I would be shocked I mean, that would be a way bigger story if she felt like soul man like had to become this person to get this job than it would be like this undercover story and it would be totally different. This seems from just just a few paragraphs that this is she wanted to identify an Oh, I, would get a job doing this and she said I'm not a culture vulture I'm a culture leach. This kind of her may call. Yeah. Well. But if you think about it, if we live in a world where we're really getting granular about people's heritage and it turns out that you're kids got a better shot at getting into a better college if they have a little native American blood in them or little Hispanic or little something, it makes sense. A lot of people are going to be checking that box when they're filling stuff out like there's going to be. We are giving people in that. Arena that the college campus if we're saying. We are going to lower the admittance standards. If in fact you have a little this in your heritage. And your heritage or we may be hiring, but we're looking for somebody with this and their background and not that in the background. It stands to reason that a lot of people especially in the murky world of heritage are going to start fudging things right? Why? Why wouldn't you? I mean, what's so different about Laurie Lachlan out mean it's like going. Past. Kid off like half Cherokee Indian or something she probably would have would have done that. So I think we're going to see probably more of this. Well, she's no Elizabeth Warren.

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"krug" Discussed on Bruins Beat

Bruins Beat

04:33 min | 10 months ago

"krug" Discussed on Bruins Beat

"Sign off. What is the what's the downside? What's the downside to this? And what's the other options? You have? No other options. Yeah, I mean, think that's the biggest key is just being realistic of one what name is expectations for the role would be next year. If you bring them back and to just what are your options not because let's say Troy Krug walks and you know Tara wants to come back on a one-year job at one point five million, you know dog contract and you say no for some reason like, all right. Well, who who'd you rolling out there then like all right you bump up course like next to McEvoy which you know, how long is an intriguing pairing but then who else you rolling out there like, you know, it's you know, it's John more going to be your second pairing guys. He the guy you want to be playing twenty-plus minute Thursday night, you know, so yeah is it, you know, everyone I think always is quick to point you back at 9 and but again, like maybe he comes back and has a strong training camp, but it seems like his kind of dog. Almonds, either kind of stalled or you know, it's taking a little bit of a step back over the last you know year or so, you know, Jacob sboros the guy who I think obviously gets kind of worked on in terms of you know, his draft status wage. It seems like he's a guy who maybe has turned a corner like jail each mentioned back in May when we talked to him that he thought was the best defenseman down the stretch and I think it's immoral even was like maybe the last defenseman cut during training camp. Like I feel like he outplayed back during that stretch. So but again, even if maybe he's ready to make that breakthrough, if next year's the year you want to go for it. Do you want to roll out like a Galaxy phone know who you know is a late bloomer and you don't really know what you get from him yet. And again, like you're you know, you're going to hear this whole offseason about how the Bruins you know, I mean, it's all different they you know ways of thinking but you're going to hear like they gotta get tougher..

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"krug" Discussed on Bruins Beat

Bruins Beat

02:06 min | 10 months ago

"krug" Discussed on Bruins Beat

"Back to the Bruins. Beat down the honest media. My name is Evan Miller. I hope you guys are having a fabulous week this week on Bruins beat. We are discussing Bruins exit interviews. Usually a very depressing time because usually it's we're doing exit interviews. Then we enter into a long summer of nothing now, we're entering into a fall of potentially nothing the season supposed to start November 17th, at least for training camp. It's a tentative start which is always a very bad sign when it says tentative because it's probably not going to be when it starts and there's most I think Gamers. September 1st, whatever it is. We really don't know what this offseason holds except for the fact. It's probably going to be pretty freaking crazy. And if he's exit interviews have showed you anything. It is that it is going to be freaking crazy. And so, Ryan from Boston Sports journal and I discussed all the eggs interviews, especially to recruit because I think he's done here. But but I've had a change of heart on Torey Krug residing in Boston. So you'll get a different perspective which I think you'll you'll you might come around to you might give me crap for it. You might say Evan you're insane, but I think it's something different and I think it's something you're going to have get used to because it's going to probably happen. I know we're just getting to some other team related things before we get into the conversation. The wait is finally over and not for the first B conversation. That'll be in a second. But football is back. You might not be at a game this year, but you can still be in on the action up that online but online is going the extra mile to make sure you can get in on everything imaginable this season from game spreads and totals to team player and coaching props that online gives you more options to wager than any place on line. Okay? They're the best in the biz Naz. You can get it on their season-opening bonuses today and start off wagering on when Division and Championship Futures by Jake you can pause this podcast and go do it right now head to.

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"krug" Discussed on Poke the Bear

Poke the Bear

02:30 min | 10 months ago

"krug" Discussed on Poke the Bear

"Like they they've their numbers like don't tip at all. If anything to even better. It's a smaller sample size of course, but I think when you still have those Talent up front and you give cause like a, you know, an asset roll, we're just hanging on that blue line, you know getting shots from you know, the high slot which we scored in the last regular-season game, you know, he was replacing crude. They're against Philly on March 10th way back when and you know years ago. Yeah exactly. So I think he's still brings a value their wage Is of I think you can still roll out a really strong powerful even with a gal acrylic and again, it's opens the opportunity both for him and for McEvoy to get more minutes on the power play Faith, as you know, mcavoy's you're you know future of your blue line, you know, he does a little bit of everything. There's one thing he probably hasn't excelled in yet. It's probably, you know, running a power play and it's mostly because that top palpak so good. They don't really roll them out there. So I still think you're in pretty good shape special teams wise 5.5 I think is where we have to talk about rights a little bit more dicey in terms of just who you're going to replace that those twenty-plus suck kruga logs every night. Yeah to me and you said it best. There's not a huge drop off on the power plane. I don't think there will be when grzelcyk goes on to it. You could also you said put Mac for out there, but I feel like one thing we're going to see next year is gross looking McAvoy in roles that are more enhanced that helped them both a little bit more, you know with Chris Brown. With Krug on he would probably be the the next guy up to that first power play and you could always try McEvoy. So that's another option where McEvoy kind of gets us play enhanced. And also you bring back which charendoff says he wants to come back. I think I think that's the right move. I think just reassigning him to a one-year, you know, 1 million 1 and 1/2 million dollar deal is a no-brainer wage is no way the Bruins put him on the first pairing anymore. You should be a third parent defense and we'll get to that a little bit but then you also let McEvoy be with Grizzly most likely and that's a Duo that is great on the back. All the numbers have shown that so I think you're going to start see Dem next year's going to be a huge year for development for both of those guys you hope don't lose Chris like to Seattle. I think of crude goes you probably wouldn't put quiz like up for the Seattle draft. But all of that is stuff that we will get you in a little bit first corner. I know you want to talk about that us the great people about wage. U.s..

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"krug" Discussed on Poke the Bear

Poke the Bear

04:45 min | 10 months ago

"krug" Discussed on Poke the Bear

"A week. Oh, yeah two weeks. It was very quick the turnaround it was I remember like I covered when I was good old days of high school sports. It was a you know, soccer player but like in regular happy, they found me and he like had surgery and like took like an hour, you know, it's just like they put something like a little tiny thing through and like cauterize like one like, you know centimeter. You're all good to go. It's crazy. I think she said his surgery was five hours. Should I catch that was I think maybe using a saucer or five hours which like sounds a good day at the hospital cuz usually waiting like nine hours so but I might get some preferential treatment. I think maybe the hockey player in Toronto. Yeah might do it. But so the big news of the the exit days was you have Torey Krug basically complete depression. No chance he's coming back and feels like and you have to say no Chara on the other end of it. Who's like, what are you talking about? I gotta ask that question like 5 minutes after the game table. I didn't have my mind made up then but I do want to come back. I want to keep playing so we'll hit each in their own segment. I feel like the Torah cruises bigger. So we'll start with that Krug all year as the year has gone off the chances of crude coming back are lower and lower and lower and now it feels like it's pretty much done. Some crew wants to get paid completely once you've paid and rightfully sewn. No rules don't really have the cap space for it. There wasn't a lot of contact throughout the year. According to Krug. We'll talk to Sweeney this week. It should I think the exit interviews for management is this week, I think I'd be sweetie and nearly I don't know about it. Maybe the Jacobs too, but I don't think so much for that whole debacle. I don't think that'll be happening, but we'll see but but what did what did you make of Victoria Cruz stuff? Yeah. I mean, think when you know, you listen to them on on Thursday, it seemed like kind of you know so long You know hoping maybe something has worked out but you read kind of the writing on the wall just in terms of the fact it was no contact or kind of you know, his stance of you know, someone mentioned, you know, the willingness and maybe to take you know page deal or you know, another two or three year deal or something like that. It's let you it's been doing that like almost his entire career right like you signed his ELC then like because the Bruins in such cap hell and liquid 1415 e x a one year deal for like one point seven million or something like that like below market and then another one year deal and then he finally gets his like payday and it's what a full year contract like 5.8.

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George Washington University Professor in Washington DC Admits She Lied About Being Black

Saturday Morning Update with Rick Fowler

00:23 sec | 10 months ago

George Washington University Professor in Washington DC Admits She Lied About Being Black

"A professor of black history at George Washington University who admitted in a block post this week that she had been lying about being black. Will not be teaching her classes this semester, school officials said in a letter to the community. They're looking at options for students who were in Jessica Krug classes. That professor was sharply criticized after staying in a block post that she was actually a white Jewish woman.

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Jessica Krug will not teach this semester, George Washington University says

BBC World Service

00:24 sec | 10 months ago

Jessica Krug will not teach this semester, George Washington University says

"American academic who confessed to lying about being black will not teach classes this semester University has confirmed Jessica Krug and associate professor whose work focuses on Africa and the African diaspora. Admitted in a block post on Thursday that she was in fact, a white Jewish woman from Kansas City. George Washington University added that many students and staff were upset by Miss Creed's disclosure.

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Jessica Krug suspended after blog post claimed professor pretended to be Black

BBC World Service

00:24 sec | 10 months ago

Jessica Krug suspended after blog post claimed professor pretended to be Black

"Academic who confessed to lying about being black will not teach classes this semester University has confirmed Jessica Krug, an associate professor whose work focuses on Africa and the African diaspora. Admitted in a block post on Thursday that she was in fact, a white Jewish woman from Kansas City. George Washington University added that many students and staff were upset by Miss Creed's disclosure.

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Professor who pretended to be Black won't teach this fall

The Morgan Show with Morgan White, Jr.

00:28 sec | 10 months ago

Professor who pretended to be Black won't teach this fall

"She pretended to be black for years now. White college professors out for the semester George Washington University, says the professor who lied about her race will not be teaching this fall. Jessica Krug came under fire after revealing on the block that she wasn't black. But in fact white and Jewish, Krug teaches black history at the college and is the author of several books on African American History. University officials say they're reviewing the situation and we'll come up with alternatives. For students enrolled in her

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Jessica Krug suspended after blog post claimed professor pretended to be Black

Ben Shapiro

01:11 min | 10 months ago

Jessica Krug suspended after blog post claimed professor pretended to be Black

"Who is at George Washington University. She's an associate professor in African history of name is Jessica crude, she admitted Thursday. She's actually a culturally to his white. She wrote a life shattering medium post titled the Truth and Anti Black Violence of My Life. He's a self proclaimed historian of politics, ideas and cultural practices in Africa and the African diaspora. She said. For the better part of my adult life, every move I made every relationship I form has been routed in the napalm, toxic soil of lies to an escalating degree over my adult life. I have issued my lived experience as a white Jewish child in suburban Kansas City under various assumed identities within a blackness that I had no right to claim first North African blackness than us rooted blackness, then Caribbean rooted Bronx blackness. I've built my life on a violent anti black life. I've lied in every breath I have taken. She's the author of the book, Fugitive Maternity, Sze Kasama and the Politics and Freedom, which interrogates the political practices and discourses through which those who fled from slavery and the violence of the slave trade in Angola for coherent political communities outside of an in opposition to state politics. She says. There is no parallel form of my adulthood connected to white people or a white community or an alternative white identity. I have lived this life fully completely with no exit plan or strategy. I have no identity outside of this. I have never developed one.

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Jessica Krug: George Washington University professor says she lied about being black

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 10 months ago

Jessica Krug: George Washington University professor says she lied about being black

"Has admitted she's been claiming to be a black woman for decades, you know, post on the Web site medium. Jessica Krug calls herself a coward who's built her life on a violent anti black lie. Her university bio says she's an expert in African, Latin American, African American and early modern world history. In her post, she said she's thought about ending these lies many times over many years, but my cowardice was all He's more powerful than my ethics drug wrote that she suffered severe trauma in her early childhood 19 years and said therapists from whom she has sought help recently told her that claiming a false identity is a common response to those experiences. She didn't say if she'll resign. The university is preparing a response. Christopher Cruz w T o p News Howard County teacher's been

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A history professor at Washington DC's GWU admits she lied about being Black

Financial Issues with Dan Celia

00:26 sec | 10 months ago

A history professor at Washington DC's GWU admits she lied about being Black

"Washington, D. C best up to falsely claiming that she was black. Jessica Crewes said online that she is actually white and Jewish, but that she has quote built her life on a violent anti black lie. Krug wrote that throughout her adult life she claimed to have North African, African American and Caribbean heritage. Krug actually hails from the suburbs of Kansas City. You're listening to use a radio news.

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White GWU professor at Washington DC's GWU admits she falsely claimed Black identity

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 10 months ago

White GWU professor at Washington DC's GWU admits she falsely claimed Black identity

"It's an unusual confession tonight from a history professor at George Washington University in a blogger Post today, Jessica Krug says that she has lied about being black. Krug wrote that throughout her adult life, she claimed to have North African African American and Caribbean heritage but is in fact white and Jewish. She says her appropriation of black identity was unethical, immoral and anti black. Kruger is an expert in African American history, imperialism and colonialism and is a finalist for both the Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass Book prize is, she says she's battled unaddressed mental health problems since she was a child when she first began claiming a false identity. Krug, right. She believes in can't cancel culture and that she should absolutely be canceled. But she did not say whether she would rot a resign now from G W.

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White college professor admits she lied about being Black

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 10 months ago

White college professor admits she lied about being Black

"And unusual confession this evening from a history professor at George Washington University in a blogger Post today, Jessica Krug says that she lied about bleep being black crew growth and throughout her adult life she claimed to have North African, African American and Caribbean heritage. But is in fact white and Jewish. She says her appropriation of black identity was unethical, immoral and anti black. Kruger is an expert in African American history, imperialism and colonialism and is a finalist for both the Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass book prices. She says she's battled unaddressed mental health issues since she was a child. When she first began claiming a false identity, Krug writes that she believes in cancel culture and that she should absolutely be cancelled. But she did not say whether she would resign from the school.

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"krug" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"krug" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"Even here in the office every time we're going holiday people still my chair, but I get it back because I put a secret sticker. He actually. What else is coming up? Well, find one very fun. One on Wednesday, the new bio pic of Freddie Mercury is going to be released him in representing. I have to say, I'm not the biggest fan of Queen, but those are profitable. People are loving it because this is the type of film that people go to see. Not only once but go two or even three times because everyone loves things are tricky. You know, there's some bad stuff going wrong in the world puts the moment to people want that old fashioned Hollywood escapism. And if there's a bit of a sing along to boot all the better, is that all it is or is it? Is there some of the x factor that comes from musical movies? I think that's the main factor and also because musicals and horror, funnily enough have to very different generous. They're the kind of that you go to the cinema for it is different torture musical at home or film at home. So people like this kind of shared experience, and especially in this human reps, everybody will know the lyrics of the most famous songs as well. But you know, I admire the band. Listen. There were hugely popular. They have a couple of good pop songs as well. So I respect then that's what I can say about them. That counts as a compliment. I always good to hear from you. That was to Nando Augusta Sheku looking ahead to next week's news today we shall be back in just a moment hearing from Nora Krug going..

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2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs

First Light

01:28 min | 3 years ago

2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs

"The nba the hawks and mike boot and holzer partways after five years atlanta the playoffs his first four seasons they're reaching the eastern conference the final three years ago and boot and holzer was named the nba's coach of the year in the nhl last night final game of the first round a game seven in boston the bruins came from behind to beat the maple leafs seven four boston led three two after period one but toronto scored twice early in the second for a four three lead the third period all boston four goals torey krug tied at seventy seconds in jake debrusk put the bees ahead four minutes later with his second goal of the night david posture knock made it a twogoal game midway through the period and brad marchand clinched it with an empty netter they'll face the lightning in the conference semifinals that will begin at tampa bay on saturday tonight the second round begins with a game in each conference in the east the capitals and penguins face off in dc pittsburgh the two time defending stanley cup champions these two have met ten times in the playoffs before pittsburgh's one nine that's a trend in the west spotlight on las vegas is the expansion golden knights take on the sharks they won three of the four meetings between the two in the regular season both teams swept their opponents in the first round of the playoffs so they've been sitting around for about a week friday night the other western semifinal gets underway predators hosting the jets in nashville baseball indians crush the cubs four to one rangers over the as four to red sox got by the blue jays four three mariners the past the white sox four three brave shaded the reds five to four the phillies cut down the diamondbacks five three astros actually angels five to two justin verlander sharper seven in hd jose altuve and jake handled the yard work rocky stop the padres five to brewers barreled over the royal six to yonki strict the twins.

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Police: Manhunt for gunman who killed Maine deputy, stole cruiser and robbed store

Nightside with Dan Rea

02:20 min | 3 years ago

Police: Manhunt for gunman who killed Maine deputy, stole cruiser and robbed store

"I'm doug cope wbz news i we should update you on the bruins game as we'd have all night long bruins now ahead five to four in the third period it's thanks to goals from jacob roskin torey krug elsewhere red sox are in toronto as well they are leading the blue jays will have more on that later our top story new allegations against the nominee for secretary of veterans affairs colleagues alleging ronnie jackson recklessly prescribed drugs and crashed a government vehicle while he was drunk the white house defending the nomination with charges of misconduct against the president's position ronnie jackson members of congress now questioning if the president thinks jackson's up to the job of running veterans affairs he didn't think he was capable of doing the job he wouldn't have announced his nomination in the first place spokeswoman sarah sanders is dr jackson past four background checks through three presidents and they hadn't heard the new allegations till he was nominated andy field abc news washington new england live manhunt continuing for a suspect police say shot and killed a sheriff's deputy in maine stoldas cruiser then robbed a convenience store somerset county sheriff dale lancaster cruiser was located abandoned we believe that the suspect has fled on foot and and he is presently at large looking for john williams of madison maine deputy eugene cole killed on route two and norge walkman and that's about sixty miles west of bangor police out in california say dna evidence led them to a man they believe is a serial killer from the seventies and eighties joseph di angelo a former police officer now charged with at least two murders michelle cruises has sister was among the victims michelle crews says she spent much of her life living in fear now i have surveillance cameras around my house window alarms and i'm i'm never home alone so that has continued until today really and i can finally breathe again there was a lot of fear twelve year old boy in plymouth recovering from stab wounds police say they were inflicted on him by his own mother police say the boy called nine one one saying his mother attacked him he and his eleven year old sister locking themselves in a bedroom officers found the woman in a bathroom suffering from apparently self inflicted stab wounds to her neck and chest boys expected.

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"krug" Discussed on WHCP Community Radio 101.5 FM

WHCP Community Radio 101.5 FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"krug" Discussed on WHCP Community Radio 101.5 FM

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"krug" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5

The Sports Hub 98.5

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"krug" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5

"The neutral zone just before the red line trillo soft past founders bjork doesn't connect goes all the way down that can that really times out i mean it see you know it's not going to the whistle goes they go back to the clock they decide to add the half a second on now it's point nine they come back the bruins or of the king's call a time out they're going to get petar little extra rest they're going to try to draw some of but not a it's is not rocket science you toco petar goes ford whether he goes back to the slog trust get quick shot away there's not you can't make to passes and score point nine seconds to go so it's going to be a shot off the draw there's there's really not a whole lot of imagination that has to go into it there you know you get your set up you make sure that your left winger is going to block out for you for the bruins right winger and you make sure that you've got two guys set up no matter where the puk goes if you win it that you're able to get a shadowy show they do that the bruins have to have tori krug andres bjork and david past on the ice because that's who was out when the puk out angst the conversation at the bruins bench should have been something like and i'm sure it was okay who who do we want to take this draw once they decide on pasternak don't lose tie up you tie up as soon as opposed to drop you go right into copa tire and you make sure that just just just get into a battle fort if he wins it can't be clean if he wins it it cannot be clean he wanted clean and the shot i mean it was onto it wasn't onto fully stick for ready time it was in the one clean shot it was role in a little bit shot and before rask even had time to move that puk was by at well executed by the king's uh you know not as much bypass struck in the bruins they're a few if you're trying to just high up on that draw and and then have the ice and called as well now it's going.

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"krug" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"krug" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"So much happier like comfortable in scary as comfortable in her skin and the nice thing that the twenty 2020 interview did on friday was that they showed part of the interview that happened to years ago diane sawyer was like kaitlan gender bruce at the time was nervous and there was a lot of emotions there a lot of tears they caitlyn is caitlin and she's here and she's comfortable in her skin and she's opening up about the past couple years and she said you know what i'm going to open up about these things and it doesn't mean that i ever have to talk about them again you some of the things that we've been talking about last week specifically her gender reassignment surgery oh by the way we learned from our friend ellie krug when she came in to talk to us alley crew herself when through transition that the the sensitive thing to say is call it gender confirmation okay so we learned that like to spread the wealth yes well kaylynn also sudden this interview that she feels like oh the only transgender people are allowed to bring up the surgery in conversation genes that it's not appropriate for anybody else to bring it up that's what she said about her book she said it's about honesty but that doesn't mean in the future i have to talk about it and i have to dwell on it i think that he was this probably proposed to her look people are fascinated by your life they want to know your journey down on paper do it now and share it yeah and this is a time i mean this is the time and they think also in doing that and i don't want to speak for her but i would imagine that some of that puts the bruce that we've always identified to rest yeah and allows everybody to an insight into what that transition meant and means for caitlyn and gives us all sort of a way to welcome her after we read through kind of what the struggles where to get her to where she is now right in a couple other things that we learned on 2020 is that yes.

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"krug" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"krug" Discussed on On The Media

"The living organisms can be patented is the source of an extremely thorny legal debate so trying to get cut off with a brief description of the nineteen eighty supreme court case diamond to vs chuck krug hockey so the question was whether a novel organisms that was greeted by truck a birdie which briskly eight or go on to something nice to be patented and in the courtside yeah this is a novel invention the person who credit thus deserves to helps revenues from it but if you take that further then you start to wonder how much of the human dna can be patented and that takes you two two thousand and thirteen the supreme court rolled that they couldn't patton pay human in related to press cancer because it was simply a discovery of something that already existed in nature and the court so rather quickly something them mike create a hole human and be counted people really don't quite know what to do about it ultimately i'm not sure how much we can control we certainly are to see it coming explain to me why a decided to write this book about the show or from black is one of the very few shows i've ever seen who treats beings created by calling and the dignified natural way they're not commodities are not zombies it tries to get the science right at least in the first three seasons there the coming year on their own individual identities on the scout on the thing is mets there is that he's used a bit i'm trying to say every day and i blew up mine aligning finally greater than and we're going to come it's a couple pliant on the monitors and we're of the purpose experiment that way because into the voice of that thing the show gets is absolutely right the small differences in sort of mother's or what the mother an eight promo upbringing is going to be a major factor in help people turn out and that particular culture they're razor whether the rays by ukrainian nuns or are on long island has a soccer mark yet now i thought that was one.

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"krug" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"krug" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"One of the point but down the krug mccollum that you mentioned made really well with that yeah well we don't know whether or not the policies that but the of ministry shin puts board are going to be good or bad for working people they're going to be they're going to be good for for the billionaire class and they corporate executive to our around who are pulling the strings no case in point as if you know tackle policy right him in that the very who the fucking simple example where i mean be there are you know possibly you know that there i'm million to billion in and an impact is at stake let's look reforms they're on the table and it really good speed be be devastating for you know so many programs that and and that are benefit working people are you know just you know people don't necessarily always see it firsthand or have first hand experience with that but you know it like the the release of of cuts that are are coming down the pike from you know violence against women programs too you know peavy yes funding on that are also been you know proposed but it has committed missed rationed i mean there it's not where outside of the domain where the things that really the matt of what they at up to is what it really trying to be honest preserver them in their just that but quickly each cut it just sort of like scalp from the after administrator nor from you know something that people want that the really it could have cost airy extra missed are are just trying to collected back to fly can and i don't know if that's just est doing it quickly means they can cut the terms that for the next for a long of their empower work with me and there's big not.

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