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"kuchar" Discussed on Watch Football Streaming On TV with Anzfootball.com
"Bavarian gray Tiger is the most beneficial club in group C, the death table of the UEFA Champions League. The representative of Germany owns an extremely favorable schedule, the first leg is the strongest to the weakest, the second leg is the weakest, and then the strongest. Of course, in addition to the supporting schedule, Bayern Munich has also shown their skill at important moments. Therefore, with just four matches, Bayern Munich went on to the UEFA Champions League, regardless of the results of the remaining two matches. Ajax versus Liverpool 27 to 7 currently, the home team Ajax has only got three points after the first four matches of the UEFA Champions League, the last three matches are three defeats that the Dutch representative must receive. With such foreign Ajax fans are not confident that their favorite team will beat Liverpool. This is reasonable because the red brigade is showing their experience and bravery despite falling into difficult circumstances in the Premier League. Even so, with the home advantage of Johann kuchar farina, Ajax players will still fight hard to bring home victory. Only when there are three points, does the opportunity to have a ticket to the knockout round of the UEFA Champions League open for the Dutch representative. As for the away team Liverpool, the red brigade after the crushing defeat against Napoli in the first match of the UEFA Champions League, this club has owned three consecutive victories at this moment with 9 points in hand, Liverpool is three points behind Napoli and 6 points ahead of Liverpool, who competes for the second ticket in group a with them, because the first ticket definitely belongs to Napoli. As long as Liverpool get one point in the remaining two matches, Liverpool will definitely take second place in group AUA for Champions League. However, the goal that red brigade is aiming for his first place in the group. The representative of England will be Ajax to a's hopes of defeating Napoli at home. And that is our 2022 23 Champions League match previews on the 5th day. Read more articles about match previews on our website.
"kuchar" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"So he's got to go fishing for whatever lawyers he can find out of the back of the phonebook or wherever. So he's getting the best legal representation that will agree to represent him. And that's not very good. We just covered in the first segment about, you know, Tucker Carlson and Trump, you know, doing this conspiracy theory about Biden blew up the pipeline. And here's how Russia could retaliate. I mean, they are so actively on Putin's side. It is just astounding. And it just, I couldn't wait to get you on today because of course Edward Snowden thing. I was just like, oh my God. Bob says, I tried to tell you how long you just said, right? Matt Gaetz said Joe Biden should pardon Snowden, and you said Republican support the theft and exposure of national security secrets. Period. Yeah. How long ago did we say this? Snowden is a traitor. 9 years. It's been 9 years. It'll be ten years coming up this coming up summer in June, I believe it is. When the first story Glenn greenwald dropped happened. And so this is not surprising to those of us who were following the story closely with a critical eye back in 2013 when especially and I wrote a piece about this back in 2013 about how as soon as Edward Snowden was shepherded from Hong Kong where he had a birthday party, a birthday pizza party at the Russian consulate, he was taken by WikiLeaks attorneys. Hi. See, all these names are so appropriate now. Have a new patina of weirdness about them after the last 5, 6 years. Yeah. And so he separated by WikiLeaks attorneys to Moscow, where, while camping out in the Moscow airport, he hires Russian attorney Anatolia. I think that's how you pronounce his last name. And anatoly kuchar Rena is a, or was a lawyer for the FSB for the Russian FSB. And those of us who have been falling from Russia all along what the very least watching the Rachel maddow show. We all know what the FSB is. The FSB is the modern day version of the KGB. Yeah. And one of their attorneys is the attorney who represented Edward Snowden in Moscow in 2013 when he was there in the airport. So this is no surprise to any of us that he is being offered Russian citizenship by Vladimir Putin. Yeah, well, you actually one of your tweets is like Rachel maddow's opening segment. It goes on and on, but it's very interesting. You said you said Putin's busy ten years, Snowden 2013, invasion of Crimea 2014. Trump 2015 to president to president western social media 2015 to present Brexit 2016 le pen, 2017 and 2022 unsuccessful. Invasion of Ukraine in 2022. And just the fact that we continue to have, you know, I don't know what else to call them at traders. And actively rooting for Putin and Russia. Over the United States. Well, when the Czechs keep clearing, I guess that's why.
Bob Cesca on Republican Support for the Theft of National Secrets
"Couldn't wait to get you on today because of course Edward Snowden thing. I was just like, oh my God. Bob says, I tried to tell you how long you just said, right? Matt Gaetz said Joe Biden should pardon Snowden, and you said Republican support the theft and exposure of national security secrets. Period. Yeah. How long ago did we say this? Snowden is a traitor. 9 years. It's been 9 years. It'll be ten years coming up this coming up summer in June, I believe it is. When the first story Glenn greenwald dropped happened. And so this is not surprising to those of us who were following the story closely with a critical eye back in 2013 when especially and I wrote a piece about this back in 2013 about how as soon as Edward Snowden was shepherded from Hong Kong where he had a birthday party, a birthday pizza party at the Russian consulate, he was taken by WikiLeaks attorneys. Hi. See, all these names are so appropriate now. Have a new patina of weirdness about them after the last 5, 6 years. Yeah. And so he separated by WikiLeaks attorneys to Moscow, where, while camping out in the Moscow airport, he hires Russian attorney Anatolia. I think that's how you pronounce his last name. And anatoly kuchar Rena is a, or was a lawyer for the FSB for the Russian FSB. And those of us who have been falling from Russia all along what the very least watching the Rachel maddow show. We all know what the FSB is. The FSB is the modern day version of the KGB. Yeah. And one of their attorneys is the attorney who represented Edward Snowden in Moscow in 2013 when he was there in the airport. So this is no surprise to any of us that he is being offered Russian citizenship by Vladimir
"kuchar" Discussed on ExtraTime
"They haven't fixed the academy to the extent that it can be as competitive as the other teams. They found some stop gaps in talent that they thought hadn't been i-d-ed, hadn't been given the opportunities. Jason Russell Rowe was given the chance to lead them in MLS next pro on crew two, Golden Boot leader, leading score in the league. One of the most dangerous players, and then you look at a crew team that trades yassi zardis, is waiting for kuchar Hernandez has struggled to really just have a cutting edge in the attack, have aggression and his sort of on the older side as a roster anyway. And so he got his opportunity in two games as a loan player from MLS next pro, that triggers the fact that he can no longer play a has to be signed. And so then on Wednesday, the crew traded for his homegrown rights from Toronto FC, they start him for his first career MLS start at BMO field for a kid from brampton and he gets two assists and three key passes in this game to lead his team to a two one win in front of his family. It is honestly an unrideable script for professional career and he's still just 21 years old. So how was that not your most exciting thing of the week? I could be excited about a lot of stuff. That's incredible. It just so happens that both of them, I guess I think only one of them happened in Canada, but they were Canadian connections on both of them. By the way, for Toronto, Dominique has signed, who is sort of been rumored for a long time. Krishna. I've already been yelled at mckellar. You just so cultured, I appreciate it. Khrushchev though. Well, he's a talent. I'm just going to keep saying it over and over. Officially signed with her hopefully left back or center back is a big TBD, whether all a hundred pozuelo will be part of this team long term is a big TBD. We've already talked about him as potential trade bait maybe goes outside the league. I don't know, we'll see it's hard to see how I midfield up as well as Oreo and.
"kuchar" Discussed on WTOP
"Automatic emergency braking systems have been getting great test scores from the insurance institute for highway safety That's never a good thing Our current test beats of 12 and 25 mph are too low They don't really represent that many crashes reported to police Senior research scientist David Kidd says the test speed will go up to 35 to 45 mph they'll also change some of the target vehicles We found that in fatal rear end crashes people are hitting motorcycles and hitting heavy trucks or medium sized trucks pretty often so it's important for us to understand how well a B performers when faced with other vehicle types The results of the first new test should be out this summer With the core chronicles I'm Jeff Gilbert CBS News Sports at 15 and 45 on WTO P One 45 Friday morning may 20th glad you're with necessarily our Sports time here's Steve Dresden We'll start with golf first round completed at the PGA Championship at southern hills located in Tulsa Oklahoma Rory McIlroy atop the leaderboard he fired a first round 5 under par 65 will sell a tourist Tom hoagie one stroke behind Matt kuchar Justin Thomas and Abraham answer just two strokes off the lead As first Tiger Woods is concerned a lesson impressive first round he shot a four over par 74 for Tiger Woods he had 5 of his 7 bogeys on the front 9 Over to the NBA playoffs they Eastern Conference Finals another blowout Celtics put out the heat one 27 and one O two Boston's Jayson Tatum with 27 points Marcus smart Jalen Brown each head 24 this series is tied at one apiece Stanley Cup playoffs the lightning down the Panthers two to one Tampa Bay coming up with a game winning goal which is 3.8 seconds left in regulation the lightning now lead this series two games to none And in women's college lacrosse Maryland's lippy may had 5 goals to lead the number two terps over Florida 18 to 5 on Thursday.
"kuchar" Discussed on WTOP
"Sports at 15 and 45 on WTO P It's Friday may 20th welcome in 1245 indeed sports time Once again let's check in with mister Steve resner this morning We'll start with golf first round completed at the PGA Championship at southern hills located in Tulsa Oklahoma Rory McIlroy atop the leaderboard he fired a first round 5 under par 65 will sell a tourist Tom hoagie one stroke behind Matt kuchar Justin Thomas and Abraham answer just two strokes off the lead As far as Tiger Woods is concerned a lesson impressive first round he shot a four over par 74 for Tiger Woods he had 5 of his 7 bogeys on the front 9 Over to the NBA playoffs the Eastern Conference Finals another blowout Celtics put out the heat one 27 of one O two Boston's Jason Tatum with 27 points Marcus smart jaylen Brown each head 24 this series is tied at one apiece Stanley Cup playoffs the lightning down the Panthers two to one Tampa Bay coming up with a game winning goal which is 3.8 seconds left in regulation the lightning now lead this series two games to none And in women's college lacrosse Maryland's lippy may had 5 goals to lead the number two terps over Florida 18 to 5 on Thursday Maryland now advances to their 12 final four appearance in 13 tournaments they will face third ranked Boston college next Friday Steve dresner WTO sports Thanks Steve is always 1247 on Friday morning here on WTO.
"kuchar" Discussed on Behind the Bets
"Tonight and I think we're getting a good price in the bruins at even money over Carolina and game two of their series. Finally, the Wells Fargo is this weekend. It is Wednesday. What do you have on your car? Yeah, I noticed that we kind of like a similar golfer similarly. You have him outright 50 to one to win. And I have a moment. Before anyone even can guess who he is, I'm going to give you one hint. The worst dressed golfer on tour. That's who you are referring to. The guy we both like, he's the worst dress golfer on tour. So pause the podcast right now. Think about who that is and then hit play and see if you know as Tyler's about to reveal. All right, after that pause, I'll give you one more final hint that should give it away. You might be the worst tipper on tour as well. That should give it to you. The answer is, Matt kuchar. Two, yeah. At 50 to one, I don't mind the outright that you're throwing out there. I have him in my daily fantasy lineup. This is a par 70 TPC avenel that is actually short and overall distance, but has a lot of long par four. So par four scoring and iron play accurate iron play are going to be the traits that you want to most identify or find in your golfers to do well here. And kuchar's third on tour this season in par four scoring by an only cam Smith and Justin Thomas. I mean, cam Smith and Justin Thomas are two of the best golfers in the world and kuchar eno has been around for a long time, but in terms of talent, he's not close to Smith and Thomas, and yet he's third on tour in par four score. So with only two par 5s to try and attack par four scoring will be very, very important here. He's got back to back top three finishes. His last two times out at the RBC heritage in bolero, Texas open. And he's first in the entire field, Joe and strokes gained around the green. So we both like cooch, Russell Henley, I think, is going to be popular because of his ability with his irons. I think tyrol Hatton is worth a play as well. Here's a guy who's got four top tens this season has made ten of 11 cuts, strong iron player as well. But someone who's short game can come and go and his mental makeup sometimes. He loses his cool out there, but he's been a machine this year. He's been a top 26 and 7 of his last 8 worldwide events. The only one he didn't finish top 26 was the masters where he went 79 and 80 on the weekend, but he was kind of right there for the first couple of days. So he's been on fire this season. And then I'll throw a dart with Ryan armor. He finished second last time this event was played at TPC avenel in 2018. He is also a very strong iron player and one of the top 25 or 30 in the world I believe in terms of par four scoring. So there's a dart throw with armor, but I know we both kind of like Matt kuchar as well. Rare situation where this podcast can absolutely guarantee you some winners since Tyler and I find ourselves on opposite ends of the spectrum for a few of these games. So you're welcome. You're welcome for the guaranteed locks. It's up to you to figure out which ones those are. That's it for today. Thanks so much for checking us out. ESPN2 6 p.m. eastern, your latest installment of daily wager. He's Tyler fold him. I'm Joe Ford hall. We'll see you back here tomorrow morning..
"kuchar" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Sucked into. So I'm definitely willing to look at my budget to cut some things out and to trim some other things down. I do feel like I could kind of clear up some money on a monthly basis to commit to this. And when you say some money, does that mean roughly how much we're talking about we're talking about 3000, 4000, 10,000, how much are you working with here? Total or a monthly basis. Total. Total? I mean, I have a few $1000 in savings. And I kind of feel like I could be earmarking a couple hundred. $300 per month. I'd rather not touch my savings. That's kind of like my security blanket. It makes me feel good that it's there. Correct, correct. So roughly, how much are we talking about? 2003 thousand. What would you be comfortable investing to do something like this? Honestly, anything over a $1000 starts to make me feel a little nervous just because that's such a big dollar amount compared to what I make and what I have. Right, right. Then Michael, I think we might have a problem here. What's that? My program is $2500. That's a lot more than what you budget for. How are you going to solve this problem? Man, I don't really know because I just feel like that's a lot of money. And obviously we're talking here. It's awful lot of money. It's an awful lot of money. Yeah. It is, you know, and I think when I tell my girlfriend that I'd be spending that kind of money, she'd be kind of a little nervous too about what am I getting into? Especially you have a safe secure job that's bringing 45 K, right? Yeah. That's true. That's true. Before I go, Michael, be like, get off the phone. I don't know, link. Suppose. I could help you with this. I'm not making promises, but suppose I could find the answers for you with no interest. Let's say maybe some sort of installment plan. That wouldn't make a difference with it. No, especially no interest. What would that look like? What would you be? What would you be comfortable putting down to show commitment? Well, I would definitely be willing to put down up to that $1000 point is really where I'm comfortable. And then like I said, I do have a good job, $45,000 per year. And I think I really can and would trim down some things to free up a couple $100 per month. So yeah, I would be willing to do that. And like I said, your goal is 18 months, you want to double income. If we are doing it right, we're launching a podcast, you should be making more money, right? I want this to be an investment, not a cost for you. That's our goal, right? Investment, yeah, totally. So you said a thousand and then the rest of the 1500, would you be comfortable doing 500 bucks a month or something like that? 500 be tough with just my current budget, but I could definitely see myself committing to $300 per month. So 300 bucks. So like 5 installments. Yeah, yeah, and this is especially if it's no interest. I mean, yeah, I could do that. And you're willing to do what it takes. You will only do the work because this is work. Launching a podcast is work. I'll tell you, make sure you have the commitment. Getting up every day and going to a job that I hate, that's work. And suppose I was to willing to say yes to the offer, who would happen next? Then I'll finally feel like I'm taking a step in the right direction with my life. And you have no problem with a thousand down and then 300 bucks a month for 5 months. No, none of these terms, no problem. And what I'm going to do is also give you access to the, of course, the members area, the podcasters, Paradise, you'll be joining a global community, not just yourself, because sometimes being a podcaster, when you just interviewing or talking to people, sometimes you feel like you're talking to yourself, right? Because you're talking to the mic. And our community is always very, very supportive. You'll be connecting with other podcasters around the world. So it's not just me, John supporting you, but we have this global community that you can ask questions. And find out, hey, what are you guys working on? What's working? What's not working? How does that how does that sound? That's what I need because I just feel like talking to you is one thing and honestly I'm a little nervous doing that. But knowing that I can talk to other people that are just starting as well or have the same problems as me like that would be really cool. So what should we go from here? I want to start. I want to start this process. I'm sorry, what? I want to start the process. Okay, so what I'll do is I'll have my assistant saying you a link where you can sign up for and I'll create a special kind of custom link for you because this is a kind of a special arrangement where because usually we charge $2500 upfront, right? So I'm just actually trying to help you out. And in a few months, when you launch, let me know, I would love to see you being one of our success stories. I mean, it's great. I mean, you enjoy life. With what you do and my goal is to help you create that job in the next 12 and 18 months. John, I'm going to make you proud with scotch cast. Will you listen to my show? Absolutely. Yes. Boom. After all play. Oh my goodness. I mean, fire nation do you see how he kind of set things up? And I can tell you from my perspective, Dan, as I was going through this call process, I was really putting myself in this scenario of somebody that made 45,000 a year and didn't like their job. I went there mentally and I went there also mentally on how much money $2500 was, but then with just a few things that you said and did all of a sudden I had this shift where I was just like, man, it's so doable. It's really not that bad. I really hope that after these deep size that John is doing that he's going to open up and give me an opportunity to make this happen because I feel slipping away. I kind of felt a slipping away a few times. And you notice, that's why it's very different from traditional sales. When someone needs to invest at that high level, I always teach that the closing call, it should not be a pleasant experience for the prospect. Oh, interesting. Because when it's all happy yeah, all that, no pain, no sale. No pain, no sale. I love that phrase. And you can hear from Michael. Oh man. Yeah. And oh, I'm struggling. What I'm gonna do, I'm gonna afford this. Can I even do this? There's a lot of things that's going through Michael's mind, right? And it shouldn't be, yeah, man. Let's do this. And his was very interesting. The pressure is not on me. The pressure is on the prospect. Yeah. I'm asking him. So, you know, how are we going to solve this money problem? How are you going to find time? We're going to do. What about your girlfriend? Is she supportive? It's not my problem. It is your problem to solve. So I thought the ball back to you. You need to take responsibility. And you can see how the car at the end shifted where as a prospect, very happy at the end. You're like, okay, great. We're going to do this. I'm going to make you proud, John, maybe I'll launch this podcast. Listen to my podcast. Now from paying going through some struggles and now at the end, as I will leave. And he's very, very important. I have qualified Michael multiple multiple steps. So I want to make sure I don't just quote unquote close someone. I don't want just an interested student. I want to commit a student. Because only a committed student would get results. So I want to let him know, this is going to be some work. This is not a walk in the park. You got to be committed. This is not quick or anything like that. This is if he said he would say he would have say to me, oh yeah, no, I'm looking to quit my job in 30 days. I'll tell him it's not going to happen. 12 to 18 months, that kind of commitment, okay. I could work with that. So I want to let him know, I don't want to set up the false expectation, which is what a lot of traditional salespeople do because they don't give a damn, right? I want to make sure the prospect knows what he's getting themselves into, and he's committed. Because then after the sale, as a sale, it's not a unless it sticks. I want to make sure that I'm going to help this prospect to become a success. If I don't think he is, he has the right frame of mind, I would have just turned him away. It's okay as a closer to say no. It's okay not to get the sale. There's always an out of sale. There's always another appointment. But don't close someone just because you want that quick commission. Because that cell is not going to stick anyway. And then the prospect is not going to happen. And then the entrepreneur you're closing for is not going to happen. And you're not going to be happy. You want your prospect, the client, email you, two months or three months, 6 months late and say, you know what, thank you so much. Thank you so much for getting me into the program. I was in this situation and now I quit my job. I'm doing this from home. I'm traveling, thank you. That's what you want. So there's a few things that kind of want to go through right now, Dan, that was just really jumping out to me. But first, I just love a couple of things you said. Number one, no pain, no sale. I mean, think about that fire nation. No pain, no sale. And I also love that last part, which was, it's okay to say no fire nation. It's literally it's okay to say no. When you're doing this because it's not going to stick anyways. Not everybody's going to be the right person. And going back to the phone call, Dan. I personally felt that shift that you were talking about. I felt that shift of the pressure coming to me to now qualify myself in your eyes. I felt myself now really wanting you to see me as worthy of this opportunity. I felt that shift. And notice, John, I didn't even talk a lot about the program itself. I didn't talk about what are you going to get 30 minutes of this, you're going to get 8 intro, I'll try, you're going to get a 12 month thing. None of it's not important. This is not important. They buy for their own reasons. Versus, okay, let me explain to you, you're going to get 376 videos. You're going to get all these webinars, and you're going to get this, and you're going to get this most salespeople, they talk the prospect out of the cell because they talk too much. The only reason Michael is buying because he's sick and tired of his job. He wants to do what he loves. He wants to travel. He wants to say, perfectly, get him the morning, and do what I love. I can do my show. I can enjoy my life. I don't have to go back to that job that I hated for 5 years. That's why he buys. Not because of the 376 videos. That's a mean to an end. Man, I love how fired up you're getting right now. Right? There's a mean to an end. That's not why he buys. Everybody buy for their own reasons. We need as a closer. We need to find out what those deep emotional reasons are. Versus trying to push features and benefits. 'cause I could have easily talked about, okay, so Michael, here's how I'm gonna work. Month one, we're gonna do this. Month two, we're gonna do this. And you're gonna get this login, and you're gonna get all these videos. And you're gonna get an engine like, oh my God, I can't take this. This is too much. And then you lose the sale. And nobody and then he doesn't change his life because as a closer, I did a lousy job closing the prospect. Fire nation are you gonna become a closer? Closers on fire dot com. This was just a taste, a little sip of the scotch from scotch cast. You're going to get during this two hour masterclass. The Dan is put together. I'm going to be there. I really want to make sure you're going to be there fire nation because you're going to learn things you can apply to your life and business immediately literally closers on fire dot com. Dan obviously like we mentioned, we can only share so much during this audio masterclass that you and I are saying right now. So kind of take this home for us. Make sure that fire nation really gets why it's so imperative that they join us on this masterclass. Because as an entrepreneur, it doesn't matter if you're going to close for an entrepreneur or if you have your own business. The number one skill of an entrepreneur to be a successful entrepreneur is the ability to close. Period. If you are talking to customers, guess what? You are closing. When you are talking to suppliers and vendors, you want to negotiate better terms and guess what? That is closing. If you need capital for your business, guess what? You are closing. You're talking to lenders, you are closing. A mom is dad as a parent. You want your kids to eat vegetables, not chocolate, that's closing. You are single, you wanna date that is closing. Everything in life, everything that you want, success, achievement, fulfillment, context, network, resources, capital, someone already has all those things. What we need as an entrepreneur is to develop the ability to be able to communicate, articulate a value, and close, if you can not close, you'll always struggle as entrepreneur, period. However, when you do know how to close, it doesn't matter what business you're in. It doesn't matter what you do. Before I develop the ability to close all my businesses, they didn't work, they failed. I lost money. Why? Because I didn't know how to generate and bring in revenue. But once you know how to close, just like, what I did here with John in a very short period of time, like 5, ten minutes. When you have that ability, you can always bring in revenue. And no company, no business goes out of business because of too much revenue. When you have that ability, you will thrive and you will grow and your prosper as an entrepreneur. Fire nation near the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with, you've been hanging out with DL and JL D today so keep up the heat and if you do one thing today, it's pressing the pause button and going to closers on fire dot com, join myself, join Dan, this two hour masterclass, you will not regret. And Dan, I want to thank you brother for sharing your wisdom, your genius, your zone of fire with fire nation today for that. We salute you and we'll catch you on the flip side. Thank you. Hey, fire nation. Today's value bomb content was brought to you by none other than Dan Lok himself. 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"kuchar" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast
"He is ability to separate his upper body from his lower body and his comfort level of doing that very consistently in the offensive zone or when he's in an offensive situations is quite fascinating. What I mean by that is like his feet are facing the net, but his shoulders are facing the middle of the ice. And his stick is behind him. And we're seeing more and more like as you watch him a little over his career. He's been doing this more and more and more. And what it does is the puck is in a shooting position all the time. And he could shoot it, and he can pass to any part of that offense his own from that position. So he's got an ultimate dual threat where he could do anything. And like to your point, he uses this, like you call it like a scoop motion. I call it, I call it like a whip. It's like a whip. It's like a whip or like in the old days we used to call it a sweeper. Now I think he's innovated. I think it's much more of a whip because of how far he has it behind him. He holds the puck back behind him and when he is asking for a puck on his off wing, he tends to have his stick on the back side. Like he doesn't hold it in the middle. Like most people when they're expecting to get a puck from the side, they hold the pot, like they want it on in their skates. He kind of holds his stick way behind. He actually wants it behind because he has that whole sweeping whip, scooping type motion that is that's innovative. It's innovative. And now, to your point, he's able to find other people. Now, what I find most interesting about kuchar, and what you've picked out is really interesting. What I also think is interesting is is that he,.
"kuchar" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast
"Let's move on to Tampa Bay. Do you have any on Tampa Bay? I'm interested. Obviously, three three and one now, they had a nice win against the penguins on Tuesday night. It was, I believe their first, it took them until that game to get their first lead of the season, which is pretty remarkable. The leaving Chicago that is the only team left that doesn't have one. Did we make enough of what an impact losing the entirety of that gore? Good girl and Coleman would do to this team's results. Because I saw a lot of people refer to them as their third line and we've talked about the fact that they were really their second line in terms of usage in the playoffs Yanni Gord was literally their number one forward in terms of ice time. And so it was a bigger loss and I think people were making it out to be. They obviously still have a ton of talent and when Nikita kuchar comes back, I still wouldn't pick against them because they're that terrifying. But it is a significantly more uphill battle when you look at their lineup now in that depth compared to where it's been in the past. Yeah, I think for sure. You know, there was an assumption, I guess that the next guy I would just automatically be able to make things work for Tampa Bay just because that's been the case in the past where they've been able to pull these AHL guys out of nowhere and sloth them into lineup. And I just don't think that that's necessarily happen. You know, the Ross Colton hasn't done particularly well. You know, the rest of that bottom 6 hasn't been doing fantastic. And I think a lot of where it shows the impact that losing that kind of entire third second line is it's not just kind of a defensive thing because they've been relatively good defensively this year. But I think people do or did understate the fact that those players were also pretty good offensively as well. Especially gourd and Coleman, I think gave them some options in terms of depth that really helped them out, especially with kuchar I'm missing the whole season. And I think things started out quite well for the lightning in terms of their underlying numbers. And since Kutcher has been gone, they've slipped quite a bit..
"kuchar" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast
"Think things started out quite well for the lightning in terms of their underlying numbers. And since kuchar I was being gone, they've slipped quite a bit. And maybe that's an area where it's easy to absorb losing Nikita Kutcher off when you have two first lines in one second line and one third line. But now if you have a first line a second line and a bottom 6, that isn't really that dangerous. Suddenly losing the best or second best winger in the world is not quite as easy to absorb. Yeah, I will say the one encouraging thing for them over these past two weeks is just seeing Victor headman with two fully functional wheels look like Victor headman again and his number is just understandably just kind of bounce back to levels that we expect from him. It was so weird to me, having arguments with people last year that he was actually fine and he was Victor hedman in quotation marks. Because he clearly was and that was through no fault of his own. He probably should not have been playing because he was clearly physically limited. They wound up winning the cup. I thought he looked better as the poses and went along. But for him, part of the his brilliance is being able to get up and down the ice at his size and I think he's the best at jumping in as a trailer on the rush and just somehow hiding in plain sight, despite the fact that he's the biggest guy out there. And so just seeing him move around more freely and seeing the results bounce back to where they are, that's such a massive development for them because despite the fact that he was injured and we saw the numbers dip, you never know when sometimes a player just loses it or enters a different phase of their career or gets heard and never bounces back physically and he just let a snap of the fingers clearly is back to being Victor headman. Yeah..
"kuchar" Discussed on Al otro lado del micrófono
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"kuchar" Discussed on Al otro lado del micrófono
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"kuchar" Discussed on Latino USA
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"kuchar" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast
"I just love the fact that we somehow we are full with the worst list running around at the moment i don't have i'm not kinser genius. I don't know if the rest of the nfl a a trying to prank me as ashen kuchar around the corner pimps. I have no ide- but somehow out team is fourth are now one of these jamie. He's the you'll reverse melbourne uk. Everybody out of and you're pumped by everybody in it. Wait everybody in the. And you get pumped later buddy. That's what i get. But yes i regret with a reverse flash reverse flesh eric. In if anybody he was constipated you could have watched that gyn and would acclaimed jails at completely high pips civil awning. Oh maybe that guy was. That guy was supposed to be a saturday night game action. You know what would have been like if that if that you're not you know that. Not every year where everybody turns off their power to save electrcity. That's good fraud. twelve imply. now when is called earth not earth day or whatever it is. I just did that literally would have occurred. Everybody would turn until you often say kids. This guy play owner. That would not have made a law affects john on imagine. Imagine thank to find that guy. And they lost the weather to the guy and was as puget was going will be given sank cuter another set. I not thank. You should be thanking pointed a light because we just saved you from that from that circus. Yep yep now that charlie kagins might have gripe point. Here he goes. You know how the bombs are in the in the pale of pump them. Now that that's a fair point. Also have you lost to this jamie i. We made sydney forget that sydney when we had one top one top team. Did you lose to light nine. Did you lose to hold. Nine nine edgy lays to gw s Did you spend calton ni- jiving your decide.
"kuchar" Discussed on "Diary of an Unemployed Actor"
"Owning my limited experience kids often tend to be the ones that will ask questions that you might not necessarily have thought. Initially as you just said you know as underrepresentation also said kuchar background and the kids watching not probably gonna go. Oh look the I'd look line but he was an it just opens initial question about. Oh yeah. why why's why is it. Just a bunch of watkins. Whatever all who somewhere else. I just remember something. And sorry further to that. So it's not not just representation. It is adjusting racism. Diametrically right at what came to mind was a compensation that we would be were. It was a project. We're working on a bunch of students Incident which is where i was teaching lost and and the project is basically. The learners had to choose which un sustainable development goal. They can't about and wanted to respond to creatively. So one of them was. It was about water and sanitation. One was focusing on aces. He has a right. They don't mention. I had in your group. There were about sushi lanus. We asked the teachers to classes We asked the the line is to choose which ever issue they wanted to focus on any. We had no control over it. We said these are all the sustainable development goals. What do you. What do you care about what which topic came up in. Most of the groups racism. Racism came up. And i am. I calling and i woke. What's what's what's what's let's going on. I hope we are not influencing them. You wanna do that right. No we want what they came up with was Vast and songs and posters and and they will bunch of things. What i what i wanted to mention was this one group created something that another group responded to. I stood there watching these two groups. Having this conversation. I knew what the lyrics were off. I mean i was listening to it as the other group is listening to read. And i could hear okay. There's some there's some stuff. Yeah that's a bit one of the children from the other groups said Racist just like that just like that and the child who created it was like what what do you mean the other guy. Was that what you just said that. That's racist it makes me like blah blah blah blah blah..
"kuchar" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"kuchar" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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Matt Kuchar, Golf And K UCA JR discussed on Ben Maller
"Those of you who are golf fans, perhaps know Matt Kuchar is that how you pronounce his name K UCA JR. He won a tournament is past week and got a million to in prize money. His caddy. That was known among the group has L to con- five thousand dollars for his work and his real name is David Ortiz. I believe regular caddie club caddie worked the bag during the tournament. Not happy and protested made a lot of noise about the fact that got me a million to and I only got five thousand dollars. So with all the noise that he made went to Mr. Kuchar's agent, Mark Steinberg? And and said, I'm a humble man takes care of my family work hard. I'm reaching out to you to see if you could facilitate me getting more money because I helped Matt win is million to so in essence. He was offered another fifteen thousand he wanted fifty and he was placed on hold. He said. When he was offered the fifteen. No, thank you. They can keep their money. Don't know. I guess I'm trying to read the story to because I don't watch a lot of golf. So I don't know how that typically works the caddy golfer relationships, I guess, the the practice the people usually follow his ten percent of a player's earnings. So so you get one hundred twenty thousand one hundred thirty and so he claims that he was paid three thousand the golfer said he paid him five, but either way. Yeah. I mean, I guess it's not a requirement that they get paid that much. But if everyone else around you is getting paid ten percent of what the golfer, and then you get handed three thousand dollars. Yeah. I might be a little peeved about that too. Crutcher said, I don't lose sleep over this. Yeah. Well, he's got a million or something in the Bank. Now, what does he here?
Sony Open 2019: Matt Kuchar and Andrew Putnam in the Lead
"You'd put money on. Okay. So think about that. We'll have a big three and a little three. We'll have the first three and then four through six on the world rankings court should probably going to pick the top three guys on the world rankings for your big three. But you know, after that and after the last two weeks, I'm not sure I'm not sure if there's truly a big three, well, we'll talk about this about sure if there's really a big three then we will take calls. I want to hear other people's big three and we're gonna play some interactive trivia to question next next segment, but to numbers five one two eight three six zero five ninety before we get to the break. I want to get your thoughts on the Longhorn basketball game today. Ben and talked about it and a lot more. We're we're galette. They were gained. They led at halftime. But they still can't get it done in crunch time. And the longhorns it's not getting better because they have Kansas next Monday. Then they have Oklahoma Saturday than they've got national right tissue the following Wednesday. This is. Is a tough tough road to hell for shocker smart asset something jokingly to to cart bowls about is the big twelve the worst conference offensively in the country. Or is it the best conference defensively in the country? And I think the answer may be the first one. You know? I just think there's a lot of teams that can't hit shots. And I do have a problem with shock at coming out of timeouts. Other coaches seem to be able to have a play that works. I bet tech scored. And now they scored three baskets out of timeouts onset plays inbound place inbound plays, and I don't think Texas did. Yeah. And that's, you know, six points here. That's the difference in the game. How 'bout that crowd today too? I thought tech was very loud tech had a lot of a lot of support there. Yeah. And it really strange because you only usually here that when it's Kansas when Kansas comes or when the aggies user baggy fans, but I thought it was unbelievable today. How loud the Texas Tech folks were and quite frankly shame on you. You people who've got season tickets who sold prime seats to Texas Tech people because Texas Tech folks, they weren't all of the project like the Kansas, folks. Usually are they had a ton of people in the lower floor. They did they had a lot of people in there. And this this arguably was the biggest game of the year at home for Texas. I'm in Kansas will be a big game. But, you know, text number four in the concrete eight in the country. Somebody said they were four and one of those other polls. Sure sure that they call it. And they've only lost one game. But. But how about the Texas Tech job that Chris beard has done a former Longhorn, Texas, actually, really and lost his two best players that graduated. Yeah. And he lost a play early on today. With an ankle injury walked off the court butter. What a job he's done. He really good. Okay. When we come back. We're going to talk about who are your big three in golf. Now. Let me just say this. I'm not sure if there is a big
Oklahoma City Thunder's Nick Collison - I'm retiring from competitive basketball
"In johnston here's gary thanks bonnie thanks van good morning everybody big ten softball postseason tournament got started last night i would defeated ohio state five to one down in bloomington indiana behind allison do scenes fifteen strikeout performance the hawks move on to the quarterfinals to take on northwestern tonight it was a little noisy state edging northern iowa four three in the missouri valley conference tournament opener nick collison is retiring after fifteen nba seasons all with either seattle and now oklahoma city college since best year was in two thousand seven when he averaged ten points ten rebounds for his career average six points on fifty three percent shooting born in orange city of course he started high school at iowa falls and at the university of kansas so nick collison retiring after fifteen nba season let's turn to golf whereas act johnson is one under par after the opening round of the players championship tpc sawgrass and vedra beach florida there is a logjam at the top that other johnson dustin yeah the world's number one he's in a group of a half a dozen at six hundred par he's joined at the top of the ladder by webb simpson matt kuchar justin hanley alex norton and patrick kennedy tiger woods evenpar after one round phil mickelson plus seven i'm gary dolphin newsradio ten forty who seven fifty three whol i read something that that was interesting i want to tie this in with something that you told us about the last couple of days bonnie first of all national geographic has named twenty eighteen the year the bird hold you heard okay but the effort is taking place in iowa as well did you know that there's a program called bfi bird.
James, Seattle and Freddie discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow & Elisa Jaffe
"Game he had an american bald eagle land on his upper back and shoulder that eagle part of the pregame ceremony for some reason james was a pretty decent land spot james handled it quite nicely no issues related to that so with the loss the ems are now three and three on the season day one of the masters in the books jordan speak your leader by two strokes after the first eighteen holes after he delivers a six under par score tony fee now who yesterday celebrating a hole in wondering the parthree competition dislocated his ankle he played well today well enough that he's just two shots back tied for second with matt kuchar freddie couples of course is from seattle had a solid day freddie is at even par ryan more out of.