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Jarvis helps Hurricanes rally from 2 down to beat Jets 4-2
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Robertson scores in OT to lift Stars to 4-3 win over Jets
"Jason Robertson reached the twenty goal mark by scoring at three ten of overtime giving the stars a four three win over the jets Jacob Peterson Tyler Sagan and Jamie Benn also scored for the stars who have won seven of their last nine games dating to January twentieth then made it three to late in the third period by redirecting a shot by Dennis curry on off who had two assists Pierre Luc dubois Jansen Harkins in March actually scored in Winnipeg eight a loss in ten games shamefully sent the game into overtime with the six on five top shelf goal with thirty one point nine seconds left in regulation I'm Dave Ferrie
What Happened to Whoopi and Oprah?
"There's so many different type of topics that I want to cover here. And I want to cover this one, which is the Whoopi Goldberg thing. So apparently Whoopi's name is really Karen. Is that right? I miss old whoopie. I do. Old Whoopi was awesome. Do you know that she was in Star Trek? The next generation? Her name was like guillain or something? Want to say? Is that right? Do we have any truckies in there? You can look it up. Guinan. Yeah, I wasn't too far off. That's right. With Jean Luc Picard and the next generation. This is just whoopie used to be someone that was like fun and magnanimous and just kind of kind of an American icon, honestly. At a very distinct name and a great way about her, but she's kind of descended into the same sort of character arc of Oprah. And I'm not going to racialize this, but they racialize it, but Whoopi and Oprah were to beloved, black women of the 1990s. Whoopi and Oprah were stories of perseverance, at least Oprah. I don't know Whoopi's personal story. And of talent, they're both obviously very talented. Whoopi Goldberg was excellent in sister act and color purple, but what happened to Whoopi Goldberg and Oprah and both are super rich. I mean, Oprah is really rich. How rich is Oprah now? How rich is Oprah? $2.7 billion? That's a lot. And Oprah started from absolutely nothing and she's built an amazing career for herself. 1980s and 1990s Oprah, she was charming. She was fun. She was fair, she was honest. 3.5 billion, okay. She had her whole deal in downtown Chicago. Which was harpo studios and Oprah has just turned into an surprisingly nasty person. And so has Whoopi Goldberg, I don't know, maybe someone can explain it to me how the more successful they get the meaner they
Ovechkin scores 27th goal, Capitals beat Jets in overtime
"Tom Tom Wilson Wilson scored scored twenty twenty six six seconds seconds into into overtime overtime to to lift lift the the capitals capitals to to a a four four three three win win over over the the jets jets giving giving Washington Washington its its first first three three on on three three overtime overtime win win of of the the year year the the jets jets took took a a two two nothing nothing lead lead on on a a Kyle Kyle Connor Connor power power play play goal goal in in Cole Cole Perfetti Perfetti is is first first NHL NHL goal goal Alex Alex events events can can not not it it is is twenty twenty seventh seventh of of the the season season and and Dmitry Dmitry Orlov Orlov tied tied the the game game early early in in the the second second in in the the third third Alexi Alexi protons protons gave gave the the caps caps the the lead lead before before Pierre Pierre Luc Luc dubois dubois tied tied the the game game with with one one oh oh five five left left in in regulation regulation Wilson Wilson says says it it was was nice nice to to finally finally get get an an overtime overtime win win obviously obviously you you guys guys like like to to talk talk about about it it a a lot lot and and it's it's something something that that we we are are trying trying to to fix fix them them and and work work on on so so it's it's nice nice when when when when you you get get the the first first one one and and hopefully hopefully we we can can turn turn it it around around quick quick heist heist Washington Washington
"luc" Discussed on All The Kings Men
"Yeah i think that's going to game road trip exactly And the kings are back on the twenty eighth against winnipeg jets says appreciate it. We'll get to see them in person. Jack thanks for joining me right now. We're going to go and we're going to bring you a conversation with luc robitaille president of your ls thanks joining us now. President and fan favorite of your la kings libro retiree. Do on doing great you. I'm doing excellent and of course dooley's here's well zachary you jesse i'm okay. Being the last guy introduced if we've got luc with us here on the pipe that's right. They should have said and featuring active policies. What's up as luke. We've gotta start off with the changes on the ice. Obviously three free agent signings on free agency day and vladimir kochav coming in. We'll start with him. I am how long were the kings as far as you're aware of Looking at vladimir kacha to bring him here. I think it's been what koch f i mean without us. Knowing too much our guys have been on him for a couple of years talking to him but this past year I ten in a couple of the meetings when we're talking about him and And blakey started talking to his agent in a what all of our european scout christian route. Two and mr go petar and they were watching him and so forth so but i know our guys have been on him for a couple years but we knew like this year was was the year like deion because over there when a guy's in in russia he's got out of his contract to it's never easy at doughty At the end of last season drew doughty made his comments. And i think fans and media probably made more of it than than was necessary. And then recently i think it was on Thirty two thoughts or talking to american friedman i think and they talked about the signings of editor and the trade for arvidsson and the signing of no and they said. Do you feel like the kings were responding to what you said. And he started laughing and he said no. There was always in the king's plans to make these improvements. He's happy that they did. But certainly it wasn't like you know he told you guys to do something in un out and did it It sounds like it was always in the plans right to to slowly when we when we when we said a few years ago we had a plan and we had to go part of it is obviously as as things are moving things evolve but when we started looking at a roster last year we clearly could tell that we needed A little bit of help for the next two years and and we always talked about getting a couple of guys that can help us on our top. Six because to expect geyser eighteen nineteen twenty twenty one year old even twenty two year olds to come in and help you win the cup right away. It's not fair. No for them to come in and help you win gains in helped you go. Yes but dany you know to to become a dump player takes appears to establish yourself. I mean you know you could go. Connor mcdavid came in the league. Us really good. But the all the orders warned johnnie. It wasn't surrounded while at the beginning..
"luc" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings
"Am jesse cohen. This is all the king's men we're two games into the two thousand twenty one twenty two season two down eighty to go and it is monday. So that means it's time to crown king of the week jackson. Lonski is here to help me do that. And talk about saturday nights loss to the minnesota wild. Then we have a conversation that zach duly and i had with none other than luc robitaille. I think there's some really good information in here. But i will let you be the judge if you do enjoy this episode and you wanna let us know about it. Feel free to reach out on social media or leave review on the apple podcast app or wherever. You're fine podcast or curated all right jack. It's time to name a king of the week. It's the first time this year. We're going to be doing this every monday. full disclosure wasn't sure we were going to do it this week because if the first two games have gone poorly and there wasn't a clear candidate we were gonna pretend like this was never on the schedule and where he's going to push back actually but it turns out Their money of candidates. Yeah exactly multiple canada's so what we're gonna do is we're going to name some honorable mentions i. Then we're gonna go to a runner up and then we're going to crown king of the week so i'm gonna go with four honorable. Mentions this week jack. Can you tell me if you agree..
"luc" Discussed on All The Kings Men
"Time to crown king of the week jackson. Lonski is here to help me do that. And talk about saturday nights loss to the minnesota wild. Then we have a conversation that zach duly and i had with none other than luc robitaille. I think there's some really good information in here. But i will let you be the judge if you do enjoy this episode and you wanna let us know about it. Feel free to reach out on social media or leave review on the apple podcast app or wherever. You're fine podcast or curated all right jack. It's time to name a king of the week. It's the first time this year. We're going to be doing this every monday. full disclosure wasn't sure we were going to do it this week because if the first two games have gone poorly and there wasn't a clear candidate we were gonna pretend like this was never on the schedule and where he's going to push back actually but it turns out Their money of candidates. Yeah exactly multiple canada's so what we're gonna do is we're going to name some honorable mentions i. Then we're gonna go to a runner up and then we're going to crown king of the week so i'm gonna go with four honorable. Mentions this week jack. Can you tell me if you agree. I'm gonna go with know..
Daedalean Flight Control Software
"This max flake and i'm here with hill glazier hill. It's good to speak with you again. We we seem to be talking quite a quite a lot these days. A lot more especially with venture right behind us. It's great to see you as well max And we've got ourselves of really fun interview so we'll just get right into it. Yeah we have a guest dr luc van dyke. He's the founder and ceo of the daily in which a zurich based startup. they're developing flight control software for autonomous flight. How their goal is to create an a. I pilot that will outperform human pilots currently the daily and is working with regulators with leading aerospace manufacturers and major e vitale companies to test and certify the first machine learning based sensor systems these guidance navigation and flight control hook. Welcome to the airplane geeks podcast. Thanks for having me. I took a look at the daily and webpage and it speaks to safety technology and economics. In fact it says safety requires it. Technology enables it and economics makes it inevitable. Maybe we can start by talking about. Why does safety require this technology. So gliding lying super-safe if you talk about commercials for the big airliners accidents are really into noise Recently we have a year with no accidents then. We had a year or two accident happens. There were clearly. You know common cause But not given how much commercially transport support there. Is that spacey However if you go to anything smaller anything that has a lesson nineteen seats especially if you go to the private segment
How Chaos In Afghanistan Emboldened Terrorism - burst 1
"Chaos in afghanistan upton as president biden withdrew military forces leading to a forceful takeover by the taliban today august seventeenth. We will dive into one of the greatest foreign policy. The buckles in modern history. Good afternoon. i'm meeting. Kim and this is the outspoken oma quote. Joe biden has been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy national security issue over the past four decades and quote. Who said that not trump not a partisan congressmen or republican operative. That was robert gates. The former secretary of defense under president obama for three years and today as we see significant foreign policy the buckle unfolds in afghanistan that quote is once again reaffirmed now quickly dive into some basic background information as to what is transpiring in afghanistan back in mid april president biden announced immediate withdrawal all american troops from afghanistan by september eleventh. Twenty twenty one. Obviously september eleven was chosen dates because that was to recognize the anniversary of the september eleventh terrorist attacks and which led to the immediate was occupation of afghanistan because at the time afghanistan was harboring osama bin laden on august fifteenth. The taliban took over the capital of kabul effectively toppling. Afghanistan's governments later afghan. President ghani fled the country right before taliban leadership storm the presidential palace and thousands of afghan citizens fled to kabul international airport to skip the taliban. Now while oldest was transpiring. President biden was in camp david and he was strong criticized because he didn't have a strong message or strong immediate message in response to all of this so he traveled back to washington. Dc to address the nation from the white house one of the biggest elements that he was criticized for in the speech was the blame game in which he played and one of the obviously notable people in which she blames forwarded the buckle in afghanistan was trump and sort of implied some blame to bush and obama. He said quote when i came into office. I inherited deal that president trump negotiated with taliban on the his agreement. Us forces would be out of afghanistan. May i twenty twenty one. Just a little over three months after i took office. Us forces had already drawn down during trump administration from roughly fifteen thousand five hundred american force to two thousand five hundred troops in country. The taliban was strongest militarily. Since two dozen one the choice i had to make as your president was added to follow through on that agreement or be prepared to go back to fighting the taliban in the middle of the spring fighting season and quote. And but if you actually look at the deal that trump's state department may with taliban it's not what biden actually described in his address at a nation. Mike pompeo who was secretary of state under president trump said in a recent interview that the deal of the taliban was strictly conditional which meant that deal was was strictly predicated on the taliban committing to a peaceful transfer of power in order for america to withdraw after that commitment to a peaceful transfer of power appel said in a recent interview quote we would have demanded the taliban actually deliver on the conditions that we let out in the agreement including the agreement to engage in meaningful power sharing agreement some that which we struggled to get them to do but made it clear it was going to be required before we completed requirements to fulfil foley withdrawal and unquote. And you know there are some criticisms of the deal. Mike pompeo made with the taliban. Obviously the taliban actually pursuing a peaceful transfer of power from the afghan government was not going to happen. I mean we actually thought. That was being overly idealistic. So people had that criticism upon pales deal but even if biden did not agree with the policy that trump's state departments made in efforts to come to some sort of consensus with the taliban he kind of reversed it. I mean he was president for seven months. Which meant that. He'd independence day department and independence defense department and he could have used his powers as the chief executive to to reverse a deal that the previous administration made i mean for his entire time as president of the united states reversed nearly every single policy. That trump did while he was president. So this is no exception. I mean he should own up to the flaws of the policies in which he tried to pursue in addition to to trump he also blamed the afghan military. He said quote. The truth is but this did on for the more quickly than we had anticipated. So what happened. Afghanistan political leader escape up and fled the country the afghan military collapse. Sometimes we're not trying to fight if anything developments at the past week reinforced the ending. Us military involvement in afghanistan. No was the right decision. American troops cannot ensure not be fighting a war and dying in award. Afghan forces are not willing to fight for themselves and quotes. This is honestly one of the most politically cynical things that i've ever heard biden say the afghan forces are not willing to fight for themselves. Fifty thousand afghan military soldiers died in darndest entire two decades of us occupation of afghanistan. And the reason why they cannot successively defend themselves against the taliban was because biden himself pulled out a contractors and basically destroyed the afghans dependency on us military which are obviously undermined the ability of afghan military to counter act opposing taliban forces. According to the wall street journal quote in the wake of president biden's withdrawal decision the us pulled its airports air support intelligence and contractors servicing afghanistan planes and helicopters. This meant that afghan military simply cannot operate anymore and quote. Admittedly afghan leadership was significantly underprepared in the wake of the draw because as by afghan officials did not believe america will draw however according to andrew watkins a senior analyst for afghanistan and at the international prizes group research advocacy organization. There was no evidence that the taliban significantly increased their manpower and argue. The only reason why there's summer offensive was successful was due to a lack of us. Air strikes which meant that biden's administration shorter significant blame for the dismantling of the afghan government. What biden actually expect to happen when he pulled the entire the tire. Us presence from afghanistan if the afghan military dependent so much on the us occupation of afghan for the viability of their own independent military force. Then of course when they pulled out of afghanistan. The afghan military by itself was not sufficient enough to defend against the taliban if you're pulling out intelligence contracts that were vital for the dependency of the afghan military than have military is expected to fall when the taliban was advancing to the nation's capital and one of the other things that addition to buy actually blaming everyone except for himself for the marco afghanistan biden also discussed casualties in the in the afghan occupation. He said quote. Lemme ask those who wanted to wanted us to stay. How many more how. Many thousands more of american daughters and sons are willing to risk and quotes according to abc news. There's not been a single american combat death since february eighth twenty which was eighteen months ago. That's not to belittle the two thousand three hundred twelve american soldiers that lost life in afghanistan. But it is the suggests that thousands of stationed american soldiers in the lead up to the afghanistan pull out were not being bogged down by precipitous warfare in combat honestly by contrast more than fifty one thousand taliban fighters were killed by american armed forces which shows a major power imbalance in military superiority between taliban in american forces but aside from that by reportedly sent five thousand additional troops back in afghanistan to aid withdrawal despite his call for not putting sons and daughters at risk he just said that it was egregious to put american sons and daughters at risk for filled mission. So what is different about the five thousand additional troops. He sending back into afghanistan. Aren't those sons and daughters. Also at risk and to add insult injury tens of thousands of american citizens have been left behind it in afghanistan in the withdrawal according to the washington according to wall street journal an estimated ten thousand fifteen thousand new citizens remained in afghanistan so yes it is tragic. Every single american soldier died in. afghanistan is a tragedy. No one is disputing dance but suggests that afghanistan was a present danger to the current military soldiers. There from february twenty is simply not true and biden. Really closer to speech with i think when idiotic things that he said in his entire speech close with kohl's diplomacy he said quote. We will continue to support the afghan people we will lead before. Diplomacy or international influence in or humanitarian aid will continue to push for regional diplomacy and engaging prevent violence and instability will continue to speak out for the basic rights at the afghan people of women and girls just as we speak all around the world and quote and my question is just how. How can you negotiate with radical barbaric terrorist group that subject it's ethnic religious and gender minorities to brutal torture and murder. How can you negotiate with democratic for cystic regime. That is responsible for thousands of american lives. I mean honestly gonna ask nicely are gonna get on your knees and begged them to treat the afghanistan woman fairly. I mean i don't understand why biden continues to believe that's diplomacy instead of for actually using military forces is the correct way to go and this brings us back to. What was this for honestly at the end of the day with withdrawn. Us military forces from afghanistan he effectively reversed two decades of foreign policy and the initial mission of counter terrorism and preventing a staging ground for al-qaeda according to the pentagon united states government has been eighty three billion dollars in bolstering the afghanistan government and which is effectively gone to waste. I mean we spend easily billion dollars to bolster an afghan military but the afghan military is so reliance on the american forces to to help them to secure them. But when the american forces are removed from the afghan military to aid them than the billion dollar investment goes down the drain and now according to you defense and state department officials six billion dollars in military equipment including eight hundred fifty mine-resistant ambushed protected vehicles were abandoned in withdrawal which six billion dollars in. Us military equipment is now in the hands of taliban and other terrorist organizations additionally chairman of the joint chiefs of staff mark milley addressed congressional leaders and said that they will move the terrorist threats in afghanistan from medium according to axios which meant that. Obviously you're going to see a rise in terrorism and afghanistan and now that the taliban effectively controls its governments and to add insult injury the inside reports that taliban militants released thousands of prisoners from afghan prisons with links to islamic jihadist groups and al qaeda. So what has changed in the past two decades. We've tried to counter terrorism. We tried to decrease the the influence of kind of effectively imprisoning or killing al qaeda militants. We tried to decrease the the power of the taliban and we tried to effectively counteract attacks by the islamic jihadist groups. But it seems to me after this withdrawal after the dust settled what is going to be. The state of afghanistan will be similar to the state of afghanistan when we first invaded and his brings me to a new york times article which discussed heavier mackey. Who was a former first class army. Special forces soldier with several afghanistan deployments and will shot twice and he said in an interview with the new york times quote. I sacrificed a lot. I saw death every day every year. And the guys. I soaked with new would probably come to an end like this. But the chaos and made his andre after everything we gave. I just wish that had been away to leave. With honor and quote for people like mackey. There is a question that rang in numerous veterans. What was it for the situation. Afghanistan has become similar to america. I evaded two decades ago. All the bloodshed in lives lost in pursuit of counter-terrorism only define the terrorism revitalize. This president has trade the continuing efforts of veterans and committed a damaging dereliction of duty as commander in chief of the armed forces is devastating. What is happening in afghanistan and we can only hope citizens in afghanistan. Remain safe in this critical juncture. All right before we signed off. I like to extend a special. Thank you to my uncle. Who has made this podcast possible and untitled one of my greatest supporters okay. Today's episode the spokane podcast. You could read articles on a variety of important topics at outspoken opa dot com and follow us on instagram twitter facebook and linked in. Also if you'd like to show want to support it. Please go vis a five star review on apple podcasts and listened to our other episodes wherever you hear your podcasts. I'm thinking in. This is the outspoken oba. The outspoken oboe. Podcast is hosted by ethan kim directed by luc him and added by actually awesome the podcast independent production by the elbow from above. 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"luc" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Luc Rosie Jack is an investigative reporter along with Leo two point Oh, Terrell, I think the biggest, you know the most glaring hypocrisy in all of this and also fits into the situation that was unfolding this week with Jimmy Carter and his wife and Jill and Joe Biden. What was the point? Luke Rosie Jack of wearing the mask outside, socially distant, fully vaccinated. Joe and Joe Biden walking in with Mass gone into the Carters home. Take In the mall for pictures at with no social distancing of right on top of each other, and then putting the mask on when they go back outside, and nobody else is around them. What's the point of that primary reason for any of it, including what the CDC is doing? I mean, they came out got into this week about summer camps where they've got kids wearing masks outside. In 90 degree heat in July socially distant. Don't forget exercising. They have a lack of oxygen. They're gonna be passing out and the point of this, really? It raises the specter of all they're gonna open schools next year, as you indicated. I mean, Joe Biden won't even say yes. And the point of this school closures was the $128 billion that the teachers got. In the Corona virus bail out now Students don't really get coronavirus. Teachers aren't less risk in other professions, and they use this first to put themselves at the head of the line to get vaccine. So they're getting vaccines during the period reserved for the elderly. So the teacher takes the vaccine. An elderly person may die. Think about what has to be think about the mentality that that entails that you would take a vaccine from an elderly person. And then even after they get the vaccine, they indicate we may not come back. And at the end of the day, the quote science was that if you give us $128 billion, which have nothing to do with the coronavirus, because it doesn't have to be spent until the year 2028. Then it will be safe. So this idea that they way you got to trust the science and I'll just call up this guy named science and he'll tell me what it is. I mean, there's no such thing is trust the science, but especially now when they're politicizing all of these agencies and behaving in ways that are totally irrational, the idea that you would get a vaccine and then refused to come back to work when Children are suffering it. It's child abuse. I was they always and you could see what's happening in New York. They kind of have their own little version of this passport. Leo, You're a civil rights attorney. I don't know. Maybe I'm just one of the few people that believes a medical privacy and to me You know, everyone's lecturing everybody else on what they need to do medically here. I think the public does need to be informed. And as the pandemic, you know, as we learned Maura Maura, as time went on, we went from Fauci march of 2020 telling us we don't need mass mass are gonna do a damn thing. Toe one mass than later, two masks and all the projections of all the experts were wrong. I got a couple of things right and that is that the elderly with the most susceptible from the very beginning that remain. Constant. We were right that the science in terms of vaccines once they broke down the sequence and of the virus in record time. We knew that we could probably with the greatest minds in the world put together a vaccine and then people can get informed about that. Everybody now has access to the Corona virus vaccination if they want it, Leo. And at that point, you know, I don't feel comfortable as a radio talk show host telling people as so many are urging me to tell people to get the vaccine. I am urging people to be very considerate of older people. People with co morbidity is pre existing conditions. Compromised immune systems. Grandma Grandpa Mom and dad, But my understanding was that everybody has the option. They're told. They told us that you could protect yourself and will be protected if you get the vaccine, But now we're told that you gotta wear the mask even after you get the vaccine, and you still need to socially distance south to me. I mean, on one level, it sounds like they don't even have confidence in the science that they're telling us is behind the push. To tell everybody what to do. I would urge everyone to do their own research, consult with their doctor or doctors or medical professionals They trust based on their individual medical condition. Make the right decision for them. I don't think Dr Hannity is in the position to be giving that advice. I agree with you shot 100% the lift layabout very clearly. First ball Potsie that Egypt for the Democratic Party has zero credibility, He flips flop back and forth. The Democrats see the mask as a form of power. We're talking about Joe Biden and jail where the mask outside the house. What about the stupid picture of Kamala Harris and her husband? Both fascinated and they're kissing each other with their mask on that's totally ridiculous and insulting intelligence of the American public, But when it comes down to the choice I'm giving the vaccine. It's an individual choice and lets me mention just one particular state. The perfect state in this country. Florida the perfect governor, governor defenses who has basically looked at the science. The state has been open for months. Unlike California, where I live that where a state of being subject to recall the governor It is a form that the Democrats are going to try to drain this out as long as they can to send miss messages to the public because they apparently pull well on the issue of the math, and they want control. The mass is a form of centralized government control and the Democrats have a problem. Letting that goal because science says we're good. If you're fascinated were good that where if we get hurt immunity, we're good if we social distance, But the Democrats want that mass to continue, and it's going to continue, Sean, probably to the end of this year, but respect thank goodness 2022 elections coming up. Be like asking Dr Leo to 20220.0. Doctor Leo, What do you think people should do with as it relates to the virus? Do you have an answer? What would your answer be? Buying should be very simple Individual twist. That's what makes this country great. I don't want some bureaucrat in Washington, someone from the CDC or Fauci telling what to do. I want to make an individual choice based on an informed decision, All right, I appreciate it. Thank you both for being with us. Look long time No hear. Good to hear from you, Leo to point out, Terrell. Thank you, 800. Nine for one, Sean, If you wanna be a part of the program, we'll get to your calls. Next half hour. Hannity tonight at nine will continue. Maura of the best with Sean Hannity show coming up..
"luc" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Luc Rosie Act is an investigative reporter along with Leo two point Oh, Terrell, I think the biggest, you know the most glaring hypocrisy and all of this and also fits into the situation that was unfolding this week with Jimmy Carter and his wife and Jill and Joe Biden. What was the point? Luke Rosie Jack of wearing the mask outside, socially distant, fully vaccinated Joe and Joe Biden walking in with Mass gone into the Carters home. Taking them all for pictures at with no social distancing of right on top of each other, and then putting the mask on when they go back outside, and nobody else is around them. What's the point of that rhyme or reason to any of it, including what the CDC is doing? I mean, they came out got into this week about summer camps where they've got kids wearing masks outside in 90 degree heat in July socially distant, Don't forget exercising. They have a lack of oxygen. They're gonna be passing out. And the point of this, really, it raises the specter of all we're gonna open schools next year, as you indicated. I mean, Joe Biden won't even say yes. And the point of this school closures was the $128 billion that the teachers got. In the Corona virus bail out now Students don't really get coronavirus. Teachers aren't less risk in other professions, and they use this first to put themselves at the head of the line to get vaccine. So they're getting vaccines during the period reserved for the elderly. So the teacher takes a vaccine and elderly person they die. Think about what has to be think about the mentality that that entails. That you would take a vaccine from an elderly person. And then even after they get the vaccine, they indicate we may not come back and End of the day. The quote science was that if you give us $128 billion, which have nothing to do with the Corona virus, because it doesn't have to be spent until the year 2028. Then it will be safe. So this idea that there what you got to trust the science and I'll just call up this guy named science and he'll tell me what it is. I mean, there's no such thing as trust the science, but especially now, when they're politicizing all of these agencies and behaving in ways that are totally irrational, the idea that you would get a vaccine and then refused to come back to work. When Children are suffering it. It's child abuse. I was they always you could see what's happening in New York. They kind of have their own little version of this passport. Leo, You're a civil rights attorney. I don't know. Maybe I'm just one of the few people that believes in medical privacy and to me, you know, everyone's lecturing everybody else on what they need to do medically here. I think the public does need to be informed. And as the pandemic, you know, as we learned Maura Maura, as time went on, we went from Fauci. March of 2020 telling us we don't need mass mass are gonna do a damn thing. Toe one Mass and later, two masks and all the projections of all the experts were wrong. They got a couple things right. And that is that the elderly were the most susceptible from the very beginning that remained constant. We were right that the science In terms of vaccines. Once they broke down the sequence and of the virus in record time. We knew that we could probably with the greatest minds in the world put together a vaccine, and then people can get informed about that. Everybody now has access to the corona virus Vaccination if they want it, Leo. And at that point, you know, I don't feel comfortable as a radio talk show host telling people as so many are urging me to tell people to get the vaccine. I am urged. In people to be very considerate of older people. People with co morbidity is pre existing conditions compromised immune systems. Grandma Grandpa Mom and dad, But my understanding was that everybody has the option. They're told. They told us that you could protect yourself and will be protected if you get the vaccine. But now we're told that you gotta wear the mask even after you get the vaccine, and you still need to socially distance south to me. I mean, on one level, it sounds like they don't even have confidence in the science that they're telling us is behind the push to tell everybody what to do. I would urge everyone to do their own research, consult with their doctor or doctors or medical professionals They trust based on their individual medical condition. Make the right decision for them. I don't think Dr Hannity is in the position to be Given that advice I agree with you shot 100% the list layabout Very clearly. First ball foci, that agent for the Democratic Party has zero credibility. He flips flop back and forth. The Democrats see the mask as a form of power. We're talking about Joe Biden in jail where the mask Outside the house. What about these stupid picture of Kamala Harris and her husband? Both fascinated and they're kissing each other with their mask on. That's totally ridiculous and insulting the intelligence of the American public. But when it comes down to the choice of giving the vaccine if it individual choice and let's just me mention just one particular state. A perfect state in this country. Florida the perfect governor, governor defenses who has basically looked at the science. The state has been open for months. Unlike California, where I live that where a state of being subject to recall the governor It is a form, but the Democrats are going to try to drain this out as long as they can to send miss messages to the public because they apparently pull well on the issue of the man and they want control. The mass is a form of centralized government control. And the Democrats have a problem letting that go because science says we're good. If you're fascinated were good that we're if we get hurt immunity. We're good if we social distance What the Democrats want that mask to continue, and it's going to continue, Sean. Probably to the end of this year for respect. Thank goodness 2022 elections coming up. Be like asking Dr Leo two point Antero. Dr. Leo, What do you think people should do with it as it relates to the virus? Do you have an answer? What would your answer? Be? Buying should be very simple Individual twist. That's what makes this country great. I don't want some bureaucrat in Washington, someone from the CDC or Foulke telling what to do. I want to make an individual Choice based on an informed decision, All right, I appreciate it. Thank you both for being with us. Look long time No hear. Good to hear from you, Leo to point out, Terrell. Thank you. 809 41. Sean, If you wanna be a part of the program, we'll get to your calls next half hour. Hannity tonight at nine. Will continue. Oh, taking a look at K s F o traffic in Oakland Westbound 5 80 at the Warren Freeway of Four.
Embiid Leads Philadelphia Sixers To Season Series Sweep Of Boston Celtics
"What's up. Everybody i wish. I love something as much as joel. Embiid loves playing against the celtics and this one wasn't fair. Boston left themselves shorthanded at center by trading daniel thais at the deadline and then combined with tristan thompson being injured lots a terrible combination with joel. Embiid come into town. They only had one guy who could guard him. And that was young time. Lord robert williams who did a decent job in the first quarter is a one point game after one but williams is known to be a little jumpy. He couldn't stay disciplined long enough. He picked up his third foul right at the end of the first then they had luc. Cornet come in to guard. Joel and beat boston wants to give luc cornet nickname. Let's slow the flow on giving nicknames to just everybody brad stevens left luc cornet out there. On an island with the mvp candidate some soft doubles. That wasn't enough. Went from a one point game to thirteen point game at half the celtics us break glass in case of emergency seven five taco fall and embiid way too late and be loves playing the celtics. Did i say that already. He had thirty five to seventy sixers. Swept the season series from the celtics for the first time in twenty years joel embiid and weighed more. Free throws than the celtics in the season series. Forty seven to forty
Cosmic mouthful: Tasters savor fine wine that orbited Earth
"Researchers in France are carefully studying a dozen bottles of wine that have returned to earth after a year long stay aboard the international space station it's the kind of research one can imagine John Luc Picard appreciating the captain of the starship enterprise of TV Star Trek the next generation who grew up on a French figure why send a dozen bottles of the finest wines into space to see how the aging process is working and how we can we can influence the aging process Dr Michael labored as a space biology it's the only way to find out sort of the old of certain substances is to go under conditions where you can exclude these these working off this substance for example oxygen J. Manson is a writer for the decanter and one of the expert tasters who compared the space wine one if it stayed in the cellar you too full the one that made on us with a little younger than the one that I'm Ben Thomas
"luc" Discussed on No Bullsh!t Leadership
"A few weeks ago we ran our first ever interview on the no bullshit leadership podcast with on its chief. Customer officer michelle foley. Were absolutely overwhelmed. With all the positive feedback from michelle's interview on the back of that we've decided that interview should form of content lineup. Going forward in effect after one hundred thirty on episodes of giving my two cents worth on all things leadership in the future. We'll hear more regularly from other leaders who've made a real mark on the world in one way or another today. We're bringing you an interview with luc robitaille. The president of the los angeles kings national hockey league franchise after twenty career as an elite athlete in one of the toughest sporting arenas on the planet. Luke made a successful transition to corporate executive ranks. We hear a lot of talking business about the concept of world class performance. And you'll just about to get some insight into what that really means. It's a great interview that needs no further introduction. So.
"luc" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"Monday more because he didn't drink a lot of vodka unless he guzzled at the end when he realized that it wasn't going to be it was gone so the other carlo wants to know with the line eighty lottery. Do we think that that now breaks seal and that we're going to see more player movement or it will be more stifled this season because of cap restraints in the cross border travel issues. I think it's going to be more stifled and for me. This was the perfect storm because you had three somewhat unhappy liars ross Of course you didn't go to camp doesn't have a contract but he wasn't interested in negotiating contract to stay in winnipeg Patrick lyon eight his time from his being measured now in games right to the end of the season if lucky enough you had the wasatch elation in columbus so you've got three players wanted change in so to include all three of those unique. We're not going to see that again. Maybe in a long time. But i think cross cross-border thing for sure is going to hamper deals. Do you think that this type of trade go might spark some activity on both sides of the border. No i don't i just i don't i mean i used to hate the term dollar in dollar out but with an eighty one five cap. I mean like not only. Do you have to have somebody else that say. I've got a problem on defense. And i've got to find somebody else. That has a problem on forward. Oh yeah and they gotta make the same money like they. Just it's i just don't see it Unfortunately happening because let's from our perspective. It's super interesting and fun to talk about all right. Last question vast grain. Greg's anything from neil early into the regular season what has been. Our biggest surprise is good. And bad. And neil says i think the north teams are going to sleep on the ottawa. Senators get burned. Everyone ranked him seventh in. the canadian. division will look like fools so obviously neal is no law center span and an out of the gate of course ottawa. We know they're gonna compete in their better than they were a year ago. But i can work. Divisions can be terrific cocky vancouver's gonna find it stride at some point in the near future and what you see is what you get from the ottawa senators and sadly neil. I think they are going to be a seven place team but they are going to be a team that keeps it interesting and they might nibble they might nibble let four or five spot in division c. I don't think they can get to that drags. I think they're in seventh place team in this division. But i don't but i don't know why that's a negative other than they're in last place. Obviously that's a negative They're young inexperienced You know i. I'm not sure what matt murray can give them in goal. And that's gonna be a key. Deal like matt moore is good..
"luc" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"I'm on the way our i ask. Ray androids anything. We touch the low. Bit on dylan's question about the crowd noise at nhl building. So we'll move on. Here's one that'll be near and dear to your heart rate in comes from berry because berry knows as do i and anybody listen to radio that you're huge baseball baseball's near and dear to your heart. So where do you rank now late. Great hank aaron the time best player list and berry says for him. he's rate at the top. No one did it better. An incredible five tool player hard argue. Where does hank. Aaron hammered hank rate on your list. He hit twenty home runs plus for twenty straight years. He drove in twenty seven. Hundred runs is the in. My mind is the home run king at seven hundred fifty five. He did it at a time where he was under enormous pressure. We don't see. We only saw like you know he broke the home run record in nineteen seventy three or four for seventy four. So i was ten. I didn't get to see him at his athletic best when he dominated defensively as well he is at the very top it was and i just you read the stories after his passing of the number of people that had interactions with him spoken just amazing terms of henry. Aaron excellent barry. Thank you for the question. You can fire off your questions to ask. Rain rigs anything on our social media channels or website. Rain greg's dot com. A dubois has been the theme of episode seven here so with a pair luke. Dubois traded winnipeg jets Carlo wants to know. I don't think it's cool. Because i didn't learning radio while carlo would have been disappointed or the question would have been about the bills. He so we're taping this on monday. I do monday morning radio on. Tsn ten fifty with carlo. And michael landsberg. He was he was subdued. He was quite you needed now. The usual carlo quarterback pep in his step today and so. I don't know if you saw the tweet of his pre game meal with the yeah and tucked in this mass of snack foods was a bottle of grey. Goose vodka and i asked him on twitter. What's the greg for. And he openly admitted that when the bills score a touchdown shot while you did a shot real quick because the bills were out of the gate boom and that was it so the good news is carla. Wasn't hung over for radio..
"luc" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"The usc so when people tune in and if they're gonna they're gonna bet on him and maybe not even think about how much other lane i think. He closed at around minus three fifty which translates to. You've got about three hundred and fifty dollars to win one hundred or you know some sort of ratio of that. Not everyone's better than that that amount so at some point the math tells you you're better off putting your money on the underdog us imported it was paying out plus two seventy five. Which is where. I got him. So one hundred dollars gives you a two hundred. Seventy five dollar profit died in one hundred on either. But i did have a little bit doubt and you know it was. It was exciting. And you know a lot of times what you see when guys especially in. Ufc cards are big favorites. Like that dan hooker was And he lost in the coleman you get people making parlay tickets rather than single bets and if you if you lose one leg of your legs done like i saw something that came in not at our site somebody had bet. The green bay packers Which turned out to be a moot point. Anyway parlayed with conor mcgregor to win at an insane sum of money. I ended up. Losing both of those bets sounds like something i do but Yeah it was. It certainly moves the needle and It was a huge day for us equity and so when when he when he goes down. Does that do. Do you find people that that win. Do they wanna do they wanna re the next one or is it just a one event. The money take them. Do they take the money and run or do they take it. Leave it and stay in. Generally people will leave Elite released a little bit in their yankee playing. Yeah because want the action right. They want ads. And you're and you're playing with house money then to right. So i'm sure people who won on that site than you know played the nfl yesterday or played The nhl yesterday. And if they grade and they didn't well let's two days full of entertainment. You know for for whatever price they wanted to pay so yeah we do see that a lot. Now some people you know you get your guys who are purchased quasi professional and they command. They make the bet they get their money. They get out. That's how they that's how they make money. It's their business model. But most people are recreational better. So unless it's a huge windfall you'll you'll leave it in and see if you can build off it. It's k- rates like if you're sitting at a blackjack table and i know you've you've done. This told the story before about about your exploits at the blackjack table you know. If you get up you're not leaving your money. I've seen ray a blackjack table a couple of times. Yeah because i had gossiped left. I had added by pockets. Man all right go to the football drake's yeah for sure. I mean. We talked about this kristen in episode six. I mean you had the. Tom brady factor. Officiating certainly went the way of tampa bay in this little aaron rodgers in the green bay. Packers do you wanna dissect the afc nfc individually or just leap forward to the super bowl. And now you've got the bucks in the chiefs and all that latino lift stock with the afc nfc. I because we'll avenue on an episode eight. We can preview the super bowl but did did these games go down the way you expect that they would go out For me personally it was actually opposite..
"luc" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"Of our if not our most popular segments week-to-week here episode seven before we get talking about ufc fight and obviously the afc nfc championship. The upsets all of the storylines from quebec dots was perspective. I tweeted at chris on twitter short while ago before recording. This and i don't know if you caught it. Rabi always tease me about the amount of meat that is consumed in the drager household. Whether it's western canadian thing doesn't matter. I don't know if there's any vegetables there there's a lot of there was actually a vegetable in in the nfc. If the chinese ship sunday football extravaganza so my son put me onto these things. We ordered had preordered a couple of raptor eggs now. Raptor eggs are a stuffed jalapeno. So there's your vegetable. I'm assuming it's it's like cream cheese or something in the middle of this thing wrapped in ground pork then wrapped in bacon. So it's about that big probably about a pound each holly gregor. Maybe she may have had a bite to. Would you guys believe ice scarf back one and three quarter raptor eggs watching football yesterday. How long does that take the eat one of that. Um i mean it took some time i i. I've had meat sweats a couple of times. Tomahawk steak few weeks back The meat sweats after the ribs lottery. Ribs for family of four needs. Let's there and i here's my only question. You can answer this from your perspective to. I like to know what's in the food that i'm eating. The you said there's cream cheese or something in there like you've got no idea. Why don't you want to know what the hell you're eating. I know not in this case. They didn't chris. Do you want to know what you're eating normally normally and it's funny. I'm a little bit picky when it comes to stuff usually meet. I'm good to go. You know what's really funny about all this as you're describing when you're describing the the whole larry darren my first thought was. I wonder what kind of saw she could dip that it was the first thing. Okay full disclosure after the first raptor. Ag- again about that. Big probably a pound. I'm like Barbecue sauce get this thing going so went and got a jug barbecues. That's me. i'm a huge condiment guy right so anytime i have something like that and i love the you know the jalapeno. You're i mean you're obviously getting your green leafy vegetables out of that of course And then you know. The cheese got to have some sort of cheese in there somewhere and barbecue sauce on their sounds pretty good. Yeah when you tweeted raptor egg. I was like i. I've never heard of this. But now i'm intrigued and i might have to hit up for the recipe pre-ordered go to your local butcher. They'll figure it out after something along those lines. We've got a ton to get to here and obviously we want to talk about The bucks in the chiefs in the super bowl ravers mahomes What went on in the afc nfc but first let's get to the u. of c. Type tilt am. I one of the few guys. That wasn't smart enough to put a little bit of cash or a lot of cash on dustin. play over con- mcgregor well. It's really interesting. Especially when it comes to conor mcgregor because people who don't watch ufc watch conor mcgregor fights. Like i'm sure. I haven't seen the numbers yet but i'm sure the pay per view buys for this card our foreign above anything else. Even frank leaders better fighters on the car. He's just that name brandon and he's been phenomenal for dana white..
"luc" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"Does it take so much. So we'll enjoy it. I don't know what she's gonna do. Great what a weekend. It was man. somewhat predictable. I know you're busy with a varying amount of games going on friday. I did the the leafs game. Own boy. don't even remember who the who the least they were. Edmonton friday solo. And then calgary. Of course on sunday and the reason that i'm forgetting who leaves a blade that entire game and i'll openly admit this. I maybe watched five minutes. That game. And i'm on the panel for heaven sake so just as we're set to do the games joep i get a okay start paying attention. Alert from a couple of sources specific. Deepak klein jack. Raw slavic and pierre lou law right so now i'm boston it all friday night own and trying to pay attention to leave boilers do panels and whatnot. But we had a real strong sense on friday that the deal was essentially done There was a bit of a heck up that needed to get cleaned up on on saturday and it did get cleaned up very quickly saturday morning. And then they consummated the trade. What was your initial reaction when you started to see some of the speculation as early as friday and then ultimately when the deal closed on saturday while i mean of course goes back some time so it in in both cases both line a and and water their felt like there was this inevitability to it that a deal was going to get was going to get made now whether they were traded for each other or for somebody else it seemed like they were gonna get traded. This year dubois situation of course came came to a head and you knew there was some immediacy to that or felt. There was going to be so i wasn't it didn't shock value that some trades have although there's less of that than there ever was but to see two players that are so young and so good get traded for each is really quite shocking quite surprising and so Instantly of course you tried to go. Okay i do anyway okay. So line is going to columbus. Who is he gonna play with What's his house. He gonna fit into that style and the way towards coaches. and like. How's that going to happen. And where's the walking. Wait a minute winnipeg already had a really deep center ice position with With shy fleet. Staff knee and lowery. And now you put this machine in the middle of it while somebody's going to the wing who's going to the wing one in the lines going to be like. Oh yeah by the way. They can't even have them for weeks. Or whatever the quarantine is going to be yeah. There was lots of that stuff. But i got a question for you. So you're in there and you get your heads up that from wherever that. Hey something's going now you chase a lot of dead ends like there's that you go. It looks like it's happening. Stop so when. Do you really get excited about something..
Hours after Dubois trade, Blue Jackets beat Lightning 5-2
"Elvis Presley can stop thirty shots for the blue jackets scored three times in the first period of their win over the lightning five two Nick Foligno Mikhail Grigorenko and Vladyslav gabber cop provided first period goals with Felino beating Andre vest Wesche seventy seconds after lightning defenseman Victor Hedman opened the scoring early in the contest I don't remember fully when I saw an opening a player at my wheel house and finance it's much just put on that saccharin skin Eric Robinson added third period goals to help Columbus Securus what are the two game set the jackets played hours after sending disgruntled center Pierre Luc dubois to the jets for forward Patrick lining a Jack Russell that I. D. very
Blue Jackets sign Dubois to two-year extension
"And Columbus, Ohio, the Columbus Blue Jack. Gets of sign center Pierre Luc to wad to a two year $10 million contract extension extension. PLD will make us $3.35 million this year and 665 next year. He's an important part of the Jackets playing center. That was a key
Virginia robbery suspect dead after wounding officer
"Lise officer was shot and injured this morning in Alexandria. The officer is expected to be okay. But the shoot is suspected Shooter is dead. Police responded to a shooting at the Holiday Inn on First Street. At around five o'clock this morning, they determined that it was an armed robbery. As police were searching for a suspect. One of the officers saw someone matching the description and began chasing him on foot. The officer and the suspect, then exchanged gunfire and that is one officer was shot in the leg. According to Lieutenant Courtney Ballantine, With Alexandria police more officers came canine came and they tracked us to the subject down to Montgomery and Fairfax, where they exchanged gunfire again. And hunkered in place. The suspect was later found dead. A few blocks away. A joint investigation with Virginia State police is underway in Alexandria, Luc Luc w T o P News Now Police are still searching the area north of Old town form or evidence. They're asking you you to to avoid avoid the the area area if if possible. possible. Coming Coming
Apocalyptic Battle for Take-Out Dollars: Uber Eats Pits Star Wars against Star Trek
"A. From wondering David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Wednesday September thirtieth. It's hardly a stretch to say that the pandemic has been delivery services, best friend, take-out meals, or so much more attractive when we're avoiding other people that's meant a surge in revenue for leaders and Hungary rivals Uber Eats and door dash in the second quarter ubereats. Gross delivery bookings totaled almost seven billion dollars a jump of well over one hundred percent from q one. Before we all started eating in as a privately held company door dashes keeping a lot of data to itself but the number of people using dash doubled from ten million last year to twenty million now according to research firm Emarketer. Possibly, to Ubereats Chagrin Jordache became so ubiquitous that it was responsible for more than half of all US meal delivery in April. Wow. That's according to market researcher. Edison Trans last week linked in named DOOR DASH number two on its list of top fifty startups based in part on exuberant hiring plans. The companies expected to go public by the end of the year Uber eats holds about thirty percent of US market share despite their rapid growth neither door dash nor ubereats has yet turned a profit chew on. Then these rivals are employing ever more creative marketing strategies in their efforts to. Become or remain top takeout dog ubereats constructed a quirky ad campaign that celebrates competition itself a sort of Meta Mezei the latest ads featuring unusual rivalry between get this star wars and star Trek. They star none other than Mark Hamill Luke skywalker in star wars and Sir. Patrick Stewart's Star Trek's Captain John Luc Picard they compete ferociously almost grimly in games of air hockey and connect for. But when an uber driver delivers a delectable dish, each breaks the foreboding mood to politely thanked the driver in this Ad. Stewart. Armed with Cricket Bat and Hamill carrying a baseball bat in a dark empty warehouse. Tonight. I'll be eating a Veggie cheeseburger. On Shibata. No tomatoes. Tonight I'll be eating four cheese. Tortellini. With extra tomorrow. Tony. Stewart so it's come to the. Thank you. Proper. Part of what makes the spot? So amusing is that the argument tomato tomato is, of course from the classic George Gershwin. Song, let's call the whole thing off. But of course, neither UBER EATS NOR DOOR DASH is planning to call the whole thing off quite the opposite if takeout became essential in March, it's remaining. So in could see even more growth this winter, a second wave of the virus causes more lockdowns. In Uber Eats case, the company says the campaign celebrating rivalries already been a huge success in Australia Taiwan Japan, where it launched last year and ad featuring Kim Kardashian and a fictional Australian character pushed uber eats brand awareness in Australia two levels quote on par with McDonnell's the company told Ad Week the new Stewart Hamill Lads bring the campaign to the US in Canada but whether the cleverness of ubereats his ad campaign can steal away
"luc" Discussed on All The Kings Men
"Based on size might draft for need based on speed based on. Maybe the guy's a power play quarterback. Maybe he's a power forward If you think the players are that close, then you could kind of finesse it a little, but the players would have to literally be fifty, one, forty, nine, fifty, fifty, like like that post to deviate from. We'll have to imagine that. Whoever's available at number? Two in the draft will be the best player available should be a real good one to help us celebrate right now. Mark joining us is President of the La Kings Luc Robitaille. Luke congratulations number two. It's not bad. What's up, guys how? Excellent? How are you doing I'm doing good. So. But he got. Now. Look when the when the number five card turned over, and we all realized it wasn't the Kings, and then we knew in that moment that the kings had jumped into the top three. How excited where you that kings will be moving up in the lottery and not down well, Blakey confused me at the beginning and beyond, so he said to me. Blakey says I think they're only going to show the top three teams and told Blakey I said I don't think so I think they're going to go from down. So then like he was pretty convincing. Something like okay. They might just Sean at three, so we're trying to figure it out. How if if it's three? It's another team. All was going to be like so we kinda had it down, but when they started going from seven six, and then when he got to five, and we looked at each other and say. I don't think we could be four. And then we Catherine Tappin says the kings atop three. We were like yes. But you know we're. We're hockey people. So the minute you go through like man. We've got to be number one. We gotTA BE NOT ON. That's how you start thinking. Well, it gathers no cheering in the press box. That's one of the more respected rules, but there could have been cheering I. Suppose on the draft certainly cheering in my room, you guys seemed awfully calm and cool and collected in there. But imagine now we've got a few months to celebrate the number two overall pick. Yeah, we're trying. It's one of those you're trying to be I. Guess you trying to be cool? We're pretty excited like we like. We trust mark and his staff. The they've always gone above and beyond on on figuring out. WHO's the best character who the best player I mean? You look at what was done early on from two thousand. What was it? Might Margie start with us? In two thousand, six, two, thousand seven. Two thousand, and you look at the character. We brought into disorganization players that he meant something to play for the game. Then you look at now, and even what what people are talking about our organization and a pipeline that we have so we know now this gives us an opportunity to get one more player that will will come into our organization. They will mean something to be with the kings and. And knowing these guys what they're going to do and one when it finally gets to the final decision because. They got a long time, so that means marks going to work. Really hard I know mark. There's not. You know something you could talk about. There's no stone on. Trust me. They won't be anything on turning the entire planet to know. Which is the best guy and so we're going to get a player. That's going to really help our franchisees and I think the Kings Fan should be really happy about that. There's been a lot of news coming out about you know what the next season will look like. Maybe even the season after that. Maybe even this season after that I've been saying for months now. The kings have actually wound up I think benefiting tremendously from the shifting landscape of the League some of the rules, some of the financial decisions, because the the the reimagining processes coming at the time that it is, it benefits them. It feels like this could even be one more huge leap forward in the king's development, because they already have this tremendous steps in prospect system, and now to get the second overall pick. At, a time when you have. The opportunity to plan to make sure everything all your ducks in a row and everything. How important is it for the franchise to get not only the number two spot, but also those ten other picks potentially in the other success draft. I think. is important to us because the kit where we're at and we know the players come in as a lot of places with a lot of character. Come in. They're willing to do whatever it takes. To make it to the NHL to help us win. to to have the opportunity to add to that and get some kids are Gonna come in, and they're gonNA. They'RE GONNA be willing to pay the price to help us win games, and and there's a fine line you know about making the NHL and then wanting to help make a difference for the franchise. And that's what we're always looking at and you know. You know we're looking into at the end of year like Raba does you know they have different scouting meetings and NAB developments a meeting? And then we're going over all the kids that were playing for us in Ontario last year, and some of the kids are been working out with some of our guys, and and is kind of fun to hear that that You know when you hear that thing was. This guy we don't need to look at him. We don't have to worry about him because he's going to do whatever he's asked and more. And we're very fortunate that we have more than we ever thought. We even had an organization and what that tells me is. You're going to get guys they're. They're willing to pay a price to help you win. And we're pretty fortunate..
"luc" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings
"Who DOESN'T UNLESS MAYBE DETROIT FANS don't but we've got Morgan joining us now. L. A. Kings Fan calling into talk to president. Luc Robitaille Morgan. Are there so I have been in Luke What does it feel like to still be connected to the Kings? I personally watching in nineteen ninety two so I got to see that wonderful season. Got To see the playoff series which are so near and dear to my heart Gussied the emotions as everything happened in Montreal. And then you go off go to Detroit you get your cup you come back you get your cup you get another perfectly. I just can't imagine what it's like to go through such an emotional roller coaster and being back in L. A. Being in La what that just feels like just knowing that you have all this history here and you get your career here it's You know for me. The kings always my team and I it wasn't like we were ready to To leave it just happened. It's part of business you know. It's like Players either get traded or you get an opportunity to signs of free agent were maybe. The planet of teams are different. I didn't know that then I know that now. So but I am very grateful for me because I always felt the kings were like the team I started was a franchise that I cared devos about but I got to learn a lot going with other teams carry with the Rangers or Detroit and and I don't think you'd know how to win a Stanley Cup until you win the Cup and then you start Vicki thinking different than seeing things differently and for me it was really helpful to go learn and then bring it back and kind of a I. I wanted to bring in a little bit of our own culture but I had learned a lot about the word culture. And the way was and like a lot of your staffers. They're listening tonight there. There's sometimes for a while. I I think five or six years. I was on a job there almost tired of hearing me. Talk about Detroit. How things were done because we you know we. We were trying to to be the best we could be as an organization. I was the only reference that I had in my mind. That could help me. Thanks very much for joining US Morgan. We appreciate it working. We'll see another question from the Chat Lou. Someone wants to know who you see being the most improved from the start of this season to the point that finished in early March While obviously we all love the way Blake Lozad played. You know he really improve and he got better as the year went. I mean it's hard to do. I don't think people realize he was playing college last year. Only I think forty two games and he found a way to keep improving as the season went. I I was happy with. Adrian can't be too easy. He got better after Christmas as a player and he seemed to find a niche. That were there any was really a difference. Maple those guys like that they show now. I mean obviously all the kids like married Roy. They all they all got better year went. So I think it bodes well for the future. We know. You'VE GOTTA GO LUKE. We WanNA thank you for joining us but before we do one final question from stats man. Wants to know Tom. Glavin was drafted ahead of you. In your drafty or have you ever by the La Kings. Have you ever met Tom Glavin? Actually you know when I met him in When when I WANNA Cup in two thousand and two I would like my party in l. a. and that day were playing he was playing for Atlanta and they were playing a dodger stadium so I asked to bring the Cup Dodger Stadium. And we brought it dodger stamina. I got to take a picture with him in the cup. That's how I met him. That's great one more question. One more one. Yeah Yeah it's sort of a two part because there's two questions from two different fans but the one that was aside from the form what was your favorite arena to play in. That isn't around anymore. And then the follow up is what's your favorite. Nhl City to travel to My alternate favourite arena. Was the old Chicago Stadium. It was so special. The player there it was like everybody was on top of you. It was it was amazing and I think favorite cities probably New York. It's always fun. Going to new nine Winnipeg which is fine city. I don't WANNA lie. Malign years ago I went to when I when we were in Winnipeg. I It was an October and come on a hotel. The Doorman says to me says Luke where I was going to get a coffee and he says be careful on the next corner they call it the coldest corner in North America and I kind of jokingly. I'm like Oh that's funny. I turned a corner just like six streets at me and there's no hills it was so to win. I couldn't believe I'll call it wasn't it was only a dober- it was crazy. I mean I've mentioned this before the podcast but I was in Ottawa for minus Forty Degree Day. And that was that was pretty brutal. It looks like we have James On. Can we convince you to stick around for question Lagarde to James there? Thank you for joining James Elliot. How you doing? I'm doing good. You not too bad. Not Too bad My question for you. Luke is being from a player transitioning over to now have operated head of operations where withdraw Blake. What is that like House You as a player perspective but is that transition like for you. Well it's the first thing that's the good thing about it. Is you get out of bed. And nothing hurts so I think the biggest thing that when you're if player and you have a bad game minore bad practice but let's say specifically about game the next morning you wake up and you WanNa have a good practice and then the next day you have a game and if you have a good game the next game everything's back to normal when you into management even though you have a good game or bad game we have to plant some times a year or two years ahead. We have to look at things you know like who's coming. Who's you know? What's the next kid gonNA come and sort of? There's a lot more planning than being a player as a player. You were focused on certain doing everything on management. You gotTA plant sometimes. Sorry that's my volume coming through there. Thanks very much James. We appreciate it and Luca. We appreciate your time. Thank you so much for joining us. Thanks guys I've come great talking to you guys that was Luc Robitaille huge. Thanks again to him for joining us. And thanks to the callers and everybody that was in the chatrooms of many questions. Sorry we couldn't get to all of them. Now here's this week segment of trading.
"luc" Discussed on All The Kings Men
"Got To see the playoff series which are so near and dear to my heart Gussied the emotions as everything happened in Montreal. And then you go off go to Detroit you get your cup you come back you get your cup you get another perfectly. I just can't imagine what it's like to go through such an emotional roller coaster and being back in L. A. Being in La what that just feels like just knowing that you have all this history here and you get your career here it's You know for me. The kings always my team and I it wasn't like we were ready to To leave it just happened. It's part of business you know. It's like Players either get traded or you get an opportunity to signs of free agent were maybe. The planet of teams are different. I didn't know that then I know that now. So but I am very grateful for me because I always felt the kings were like the team I started was a franchise that I cared devos about but I got to learn a lot going with other teams that carry with the Rangers or Detroit and and I don't think you'd know how to win a Stanley Cup until you win the Cup and then you start Vicki thinking different than seeing things differently and for me it was really helpful to go learn and then bring it back and kind of a I. I wanted to bring in a little bit of that our own culture but I had learned a lot about the word culture. And the way was and like a lot of your staffers. They're listening tonight there. There's sometimes for a while. I I think five or six years. I was on a job there almost tired of hearing me. Talk about Detroit. How things were done because we you know we. We were trying to to be the best we could be as an organization. I was the only reference that I had in my mind. That could help me. Thanks very much for joining US Morgan. We appreciate it working. We'll see another question from the Chat Lou. Someone wants to know who you see being the most improved from the start of this season to the point that finished in early March While obviously we all love the way Blake Lozad played. You know he really improve and he got better as the year went. I mean it's hard to do. I don't think people realize he was playing college last year. Only I think forty two games and he found a way to keep improving as the season went. I I was happy with. Adrian can't be too easy. He got better after Christmas as a player and he seemed to find a niche. That were there any was really a difference. Maple those guys like that. They show now obviously all the kids like Roy they all. They all got better year went. So I think it bodes well for the future. We know you've gotta go Luke we WANNA thank you for joining us but before we do one final question from stats man. Wants to know Tom. Glavin was drafted ahead of you. In your drafty or have you ever by the La Kings. Have you ever met Tom Glavin? Actually you know when I met him in When when I WANNA Cup in two thousand and two I would like my party in l. a. and that day were playing he was playing for Atlanta and they were playing a dodger stadium so I asked to bring the Cup Dodger Stadium. And we brought it dodger stamina. I got to take a picture with him in the cup. That's how I met him. That's great one more question. One more one. Yeah Yeah it's sort of a two part because there's two questions from two different fans but the one that was aside from the form what was your favorite arena to play in. That isn't around anymore. And then the follow up is what's your favorite. Nhl City to travel to My alternate favourite arena. Was the old Chicago Stadium. It was so special. The player there it was like everybody was on top of you. It was it was amazing and I think favorite cities probably New York. It's always fun. Going to new nine Winnipeg which is fine city. I don't WANNA lie. Malign years ago I went to when I when we were in Winnipeg. I It was an October and come on a hotel. The Doorman says to me says Luke where I was going to get a coffee and he says be careful on the next corner they call it the coldest corner in North America and I kind of jokingly. I'm like Oh that's funny. I turned a corner just like six streets at me and there's no hills it was so to win. I couldn't believe I'll call it wasn't it was only a dober- it was crazy. I mean I've mentioned this before the podcast but I was in Ottawa for minus Forty Degree Day. And that was that was pretty brutal. It looks like we have James On. Can we convince you to stick around for one more question Lagarde to James there? Thank you for joining James Elliot. How you doing? I'm doing good. You not too bad. Not Too bad My question for you. Luke is being from a player transitioning over to now have operated head of operations where withdraw Blake. What is that like House You as a player perspective but is that transition like for you. Well it's the first thing that's the good thing about it. Is you get out of bed. And nothing hurts so I think the biggest thing that when you're if player and you have a bad game minore bad practice but let's say specifically about game the next morning you wake up and you WanNa have a good practice and then the next day you have a game and if you have a good game the next game everything's back to normal when you into management even though you have a good game or bad game we have to plant some times a year or two years ahead. We have to look at things you know like who's coming. Who's you know? What's the next kid gonNA come and sort of? There's a lot more planning than being a player as a player. You were focused on certain doing everything on management. You GotTa plan sometimes. Sorry that's my volume coming through there. Thanks very much James. We appreciate it and Luca. We appreciate your time. Thank you so much for joining us. Thanks guys I've come great talking to you guys that was Luc Robitaille huge. Thanks again to him for joining us. And thanks to the callers and everybody that was in the chatrooms of many questions. Sorry we couldn't get to all of them. Now here's this week segment of trading.
"luc" Discussed on All The Kings Men
"Heart of the La Kings Luc. Robitaille I thank you for joining us. Lewd Hey guys great. How're you doing? It's working I was a little nervous. Thank wasn't gonNA work. Yeah we little hitch at the last second. You're here with us. I WANNA start off by saying happy birthday to your wife. Statia hope you guys enjoyed it as best? You could thank you we did. We had like a little virtual party so it was fun. We had a good time. And we know. Obviously that she's been very involved on social media wishing everybody You know wellness and safety and happiness. So we appreciate that loop. What did you think of this digital presentation today? I think it's great. You know where we get the during the game. Are Staffers really working real hard on doing like a all? The all the things like the game was going so it was fun. We were getting their drop. How many people were in the building so as the game was coming as against started and as I went on and our whole staff was interacting. I it's a lot of fun you know. I'm glad we want. It was a big game. You always want to win the last game of the year. That's right and I think I think that's not on rented. I think somebody said you know the team that wins. The last game of the season wins the cup every year right and so of course technically the La Kings one the last game of the season. So I mean you know and we're going to try and get some of you guys from the chat into this golf for starters. Luca Andrew wants to know what advice you would give anyone looking to break into the front office of the industry. Oh two two. Br I mean first of all like for us to go take a look at ag worldwide dot Com. There's always a job posting If you don't know what you're what you would like to do Obviously if you WANNA get into sales we hire a lot more sales people than any other position but over time. A lot of our salespeople have graduated to other jobs and they've been with us for ten fifty years plus and Dave I know that we've talked about it before on a previous episode of the podcast as your dog joins you behind you there but but I know you started early just by asking if you could do some play by play announcing correct. Yeah this Gretzky by the way for those. You guys haven't met him. Hey Gretzky's grants what's up Gretz So we got Gretzky Andro Bataille which is Kinda cool. That's right Yeah so I I got into it by. Obviously I had a radio background before I got into it. But David Courtney The longtime announcer before me kind of brought me on his understudy to to train from him. And that's how I got into the business and doing kings games at Staples Center was through David Courtney. So you can learn from somebody else you can certainly get under someone's wing and kind of learn that way too There are a bunch of different ways. Get into the industry but at any any little in is good. That's right another question from the Chat Luke for you. A Big. Hello from another french-canadian. Canadian big Fan and all that wants to know. Do You keep a foot in Quebec. Maybe watching the NHL or family. Have you lost your friends or keep practicing at home? I don't really practice at home but I have a few friends that speak French. Obviously my family. When I talked to them we speak French and This year specifically we're watching a lot of Quebec junior major league that kid leifer years not a bad player. Now I you know. We'll we'll follow some games there. We we we watch a lot of kids coming out of that league. You know something like our scouts will put a video package and survive like to take a look at as long as we're talking. Imagine your hockey. We've had some fans in previous nights Luke's and now that you're here. We'll give you a chance to answer it. We obviously everybody knows about Arthur. Kaliev and the assault he put on the Hamilton bulldogs record book. Are there any players that you particularly enjoy watching in the king's pipeline any players? I enjoy watching. I pretty much enjoy watching them all right now. They're a lot of kids. Have a lot of character. I love the fact that Rob Blake was really focused. Art Scouts and the whole group was focused on character. And whether we were watching Turcott this year then when you you know or you're watching Duda Sora Keel Thomas scoring two goals for Canada or FAG. Him All Or Bjorn for playing this year. It's a lot of fun to watch these kids. Obviously watching Arthur Kelly. It's it's it's special. We haven't had a pure goal scorer like that in a long time so he finds way to score goals that That you know sometimes you. You wonder how did that go into what happened there? But it's just that's what a goal score is and he has a knack in that. You can't really teacher. He's a very special player. I dare to say we haven't had a pure goal score like that since number. Twenty in your line right. That's right Kingston's go ahead. Get those questions in the chat for Luc Robitaille or Dave Joseph Luke. We also asked Jim Fox Darrell Evans David I've weighed in on it. Are there any players in the pipeline around the team right now that you could see potentially wearing a letter in the league someday? Well Yeah I mean you know killed. Thomas was a captain. His team aided dude. This was a captain. Mike Anderson was captain of team. Usa Velocities a leader Turcotte's a leader Jared Anderson Dolan's leader. So there's a lot of got bjorn for it's been a captain with pretty much every has ever played for so allow these guys that you know. It's kind of funny when you're player the first your to your you WanNa come in and and and establish yourself in the league and then the second thing is you're playing you know you WANNA make sure you're playing for your security your contract and then it becomes a time where your plan to to win. I think we're going to be a little bit ahead because of the character. These kids that way. So you know I I I foresee WANNA see. Some of those kids weren't letters. We gotTA chant early in the first period. Wondering what your favorite memory from your playing career was luke. My my first game my first game. I mean it was just A. I'll never forget you know looking at the Rafter Adeel Forum and it was all these bars like holding his. I think just scoreboard news. Just so special and thinking okay. I I made it like I remember. It was a morning. Skate didn't step for their player. Introduction it was absolutely incredible. Did you get any memories when gas velocity scored on his first shift is I shot back to your first game in repeating the same act. Yeah I text master. I said just so. You know there's the last Guy Remember Scoring Dr Ward under twenty. I was thinking I wonder. I know it wasn't as early as empty. I remember seeing on the bench and asking Marcellin. Do you think we're up music. We're up and when I and I think we went on around the sixteen minute mark or something sixty twenty five or something like that but I was trying to think if my goal was quicker by the time I stepped on the ice because I literally went to the front of net Marcel Through it I tipped it in went in so I I'd like to see I don't know how but they keep time that windows day interesting. I wish they had the four-game just we could really see from the. I literally jump on the bench. I went to the front of the net and Marcel. Through a nifty. Let's find out what's driving. We're talking about that deal today. Another question from the chat. I think it's from blink sign king bring signs Elliott fans have. I've got that name wrong. Wants to know how your family's holding up luke also wishing happy birthday. Thank you thank you. We're we're doing good Station been really taking really good care of me. Hit like a four. We've had a calendar. I wouldn't do it this week. So we're going out to do it again next week so it kind of keeps you on track a little bit. We've we've had Surprising a lot of work with the Kings. We've got meetings every day but We're doing good. Our boys are not with us. They're staying their place so they they come in with us. Everyone saw once in a while. We'll have dinner together. We stay six feet apart and And and we'll talk a little bit but it's an and she's in Nevada. She's listening to Michigan was an outside. They are outside but we're doing good. She's she's taking really good care. Look I've got a quick question for you. What is your. What's your favorite Kings Jersey of all the king's jerseys you've worn and have seen in the past. What is your favorite D- Does actually to. I mean we call it a Gretzky era. That Jersey was just for me. It was great. And then the one we turn out I think it was a two thousand ten two thousand nine or ten when it became our Third Jersey. Nestle we were today and the reason I like it this we ask the players that they if they liked him. I remember asking Browning drew and they all love that Jersey. They ended up wearing a wing the cup with it but the the grits Kierra Jersey. What was really cool with me. And I'm not sure a lot of people know that but when I was playing Juniors Major in Quebec in I actually the time that whole Olympics and Gretzky changed the colors of our Jersey into black and silver. It would look exactly Lecter Jersey reward a next year when he came to L. A. And so for me. It was always like A. It's almost like I knew when when it was going to happen when when when Gretzky came that we're going to get that Jersey because that's the one a year and a half earlier add worn in for his team and curiosity look. I don't know if you can see over my shoulder here but I've got two of those jerseys right but one has the black letters and numbers. One has the silver letters and numbers. Did you have a preference as far as What color the numbers and letters were now. We didn't really pay attention to that later when I would watch on TV. And I realized that I think when it was silver was hard for me to read the names but we didn't really pay attention. I couldn't even tell you what year was silver which was black. We've got another question from the chat Says you should travel all over wondering from handed. Davy who sang the national anthem did a great job as always want. She wants to know what travel? Destination is your favorite We've always like to go to Italy. It's just a great place The last few years Wednesday share and I've gone and did our walk in Spain. I really enjoyed it. I got to learn a lot about Spain so that that was pretty cool but I would say those two places have been my favorite Colorado. Who DOESN'T UNLESS MAYBE DETROIT FANS don't but we've got Morgan joining us now. L. A. Kings Fan calling into talk to president. Luc Robitaille Morgan. Are there so I have been in Luke What does it feel like to still be connected to the Kings? I personally watching in nineteen ninety two so I got to see that wonderful season..
"luc" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings
"Now here's your host Jesse Cohen. Welcome at King's fans. I am Jesse. Cohen this is all the King's men Luc. Robitaille joined us last week following the fan appreciation game against Dallas. If you're at all curious to watch it you can still see it on the La Kings Youtube page or Bailey's twitch channel the hockey hall of Famer and President of the La Kings. Join me Dave. Joseph on the post game show and answered questions from the fans. There were some technical glitches. But I thought I'd bring that conversation to you here in case you missed it because let's be honest it's Lou grover type after that. We have another segment of trading jabs with Jackson Blonde. Ski And Ryan. Golkar where I asked the guys to come up with three things they would change about any of the thirty one teams in the NHL whether it's team name. Jersey colors uniform scheme whatever their hearts desire so hope you enjoy it and now the greatest. Nhl Player to ever wear the number twenty living beating.
Bjorkstrand leads Blue Jackets past Jets for 6th straight
"The Columbus blue jackets won their sixth straight game and defeated the Winnipeg Jets forty three in front of a sold out nationwide arena a back and forth affair for much of the night the blue jackets are able to solidify themselves the win by scoring a goal with just over five minutes to go over George strand scored two goals in the game his fifteenth and sixteenth goals of the season including the game winner with headliners I've been out you know we found a way to win different guys are helping out it's a different team and the team member all star defenceman Seth Jones also contributed a goal and an assist Pierre Luc to bar added three assists including one on a power play goal in the second period Maxwell Cohn Columbus Ohio
Boston’s population is growing, so why is the number of school-aged children declining?
"A new study has some in Boston asking where of all the children gone a new study by the nonprofit Boston foundation shows as Boston is booming and its population is growing the number of school age children living in the city age five to seventeen has dropped dramatically from nineteen seventy to today our school it's population is down by forty three percent that's Luc Schuster of Boston indicators a co author of the study the trend points to families preferring the suburbs over the city the kind of basic equation
CBS Bets Big on 'Star Trek: Picard' to Boost Streaming
"CBS is going to do Star Trek again I you know I have to say I have I love this I know you because you like space I now you know I wish the networks would come up with an original idea of kind of a spin off okay done this spin off so they're going to do and and you had like you know the next generations and star track at next generation right yeah dis Deep Space Nine see that's where I'm going with this right now I'm kind of excited about it okay star track the card is going to have Patrick Stewart reprising his role as captain John Luc Picard from the early edition of Star Trek and he's gonna have all kinds of adventures so you're watching hardcore fans are in it's going to be he Viacom CVS is all access if they're streaming so all of course and all the streaming services when they launch they need something big to get people to come right I can see that and Star Trek might be that for them but it's all going to streaming right right right make
"luc" Discussed on Megan Publishing Services Podcast
"Let's extend a warm welcome to a translator whom I have become friends with off to working together on several of my books. Not The T.. Needed any help from me a smile. What is your name you Quinn Washington from Luke originally from Belgium? But I am now residing in Monterey Va Leon Mexico. Are you a full-time trump's later or are you freelance. I'm a freelance translator. Later forbade will cube since I have other occupations as well my baby cube profile can be found at. WWW DOT babble cube dot com webling. What made you want to become a translator? I've always been fascinated by languages and contrary to sciences. Mrs Learning them comes natural to me. I guess this process had its early beginnings when I was a small boy and used to play with an Italian boy on holiday neither of US knew each other's language but we managed three weeks of communication by exchanging names of certain toys and objects and colors and so on. That's probably when where the fuse was lit. What languages do you trump slates from and into currently most of my translations are either from from Spanish? Sure English into my own language which is Dutch. I do also master German and French though and have on occasion translated from those languages as well. What is your favorite language to translate? Being language. AFICIONADO I am. I don't really have a favorite language. As has all of them have their innate specialities and all of them are interesting in one way or another some do present a bit more challenge as others however what what have you translated. I have translated a number of books in a number of John Rouse ranging from novels two books about antique tools and engravings on them. The the majority consists of novels though. What made you decide for a career as translator? The profound love or even obsession you might. I'd say for languages and everything connected with them that I've had since early childhood. I guess you might say I've inherited my mother's inquisitiveness express snacks through my love for languages. If you could give a beginning translator a piece of advice what would it be be selective about what you accept and be perfectionist and thorough. Once you've accepted it reread meticulous lady. What you've translated before you hand it in or applauded? Have you ever written something of your own. and if so in what genre I did do some short writing when I was young. Those experiments with short stories inspired I had to buy people like Edgar Allan Poe and the likes other than that I tend to get into poetry once in a very long wild tea or coffee. I like both in their own way with a preference for coffee. What is your favourite foreign food? Well although it's technically not really foreign lauren. Food anymore as such pizza is among the top five here I also like Moussaka allots. which is Greek dish? All the Tadjine and Zukas from Newell Africa. I'm quite partial to oriental food as well but steered clear from many things spicy either depending on the moment wine or beer all wine with food but otherwise be never pump. Where would you like to visit anywhere? I haven't been yet smiled. Favourite musical artist. Do you listen to music when you write what my taste in music is very extensive and depends on the moment while working. I tend to prefer without lyrics so I can concentrate on what I'm doing. That would mostly be either classical or sound tracks which are a kind of classical. I their own way. I think what makes you laugh. British human mugs mugs slate and the innocence of kids and animals. Favourite were caveat or sculpture. One of my favourite works of art is the grieving. Parents parents a pair of statues of the German soul. Dayton Friedhof in Vlad slow in the province of West Flanders Belgium. These have always impacted acting me without being able exactly to put my finger on the precise reason for that. Maybe because being a parent myself I wouldn't want to be in the kind of situation situation. The parents of the lost generation found themselves in apart from that oil so like Michelangelo as far as painters go. There are a few you such as Anton. Pike Esha- Andrew In port of Liat. How old were you when you started writing? I have always written ever since early childhood as I'm fascinated by languages and enjoy the creative process of putting my thoughts on paper I've mostly written poetry and some short stories or is ages ago plans for more extended projects remain so far. I've never published anything of myself though. Do you plan out Out Your book without lines and note cots all just right if I were to write real extended literary works. Someday I would probably just start rioting fighting and let the inspiration. Guide me go along with the flow as it were Where do you get your inspiration? Anywhere it just takes an open receptive. Mind what do you do when you get a writer's block since I haven't written anything really substantial i. I can't say I have had to deal with this particular problem with respect to writing poetry. I do that to end. The feeling is right. As in my opinion one can't force that at. Who's your favorite author? George always up on my list as his oldest Huxley. But I'm interested in any kind of reading really best book you ever read the Agony and the Ecstasy left me quite impressed last book you read Professionally Donnelly Samos by a gentleman cold Cisco Bone Hilla privately robbed you kipling's jungle book again. What would you do for a living if you weren't a translator? Without a doubt something else involving languages who is the one person who has influenced your personal life the most and why probably myself for better or worse because of the decisions I made throughout. If you could sit down and have a conversation and with one person living or dead real or fictional who would it be and why Mahatma Gandhi. I've always admired him. What advice would you give someone who aspired to be a translator? Be Obsessive about it and perfectionist. Anything less is not acceptable. You CONC- which books of mine will you translate it on this page on this blank. Smart Shell dotted web link..
Dubois scores in OT, Blue Jackets beat Bruins 2-1
"Pierre Luc do boss scored fifty two seconds into overtime in the blue jackets came back to beat the Bruins to to want to buy lifted sept Jones passed through the slot in the two one one pass Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask for the O. T. winner sunny Milano had the tying goal early in the third as Columbus extended its season best point streak to twelve games coach John Tortorella says there isn't one individual to thank for the blue jackets success we don't have any stars we we just we play as a team and I thought Tony made a big play at the end blueberries apoc at the end of but everybody contributed Boston's David Foster knock scored his league leading thirty eighth goal midway through the second and Rask finished with thirty one saves the Bruins have lost ten of fourteen get some cool Boston
An Introduction to Star Trek: Picard
"We're GonNa talk about everything we know about the card series to date and talk a little bit about Picard the character and provide even a little primer as far as if you want to go back in and reacquaint yourself with the character we can give view a few episodes to pick from and of course if you have? CBS All access. You have access to the full star Trek Universe at least as far as the small screen green is concerned. And I'm really loving the chance to get back in here and revisit some of this show that I haven't watched it's probably been ten years since my last. Tng Oh gee rewatch so. It's nice to have it fresh in my mind. Yeah so just to clarify busy. I mean this will be the first of a few prepaid card a podcast. We're doing I would say people looking for speculation as to you know who are these new characters were seeing. What do the trailer show? I think it's safe to say we'll probably touch upon it but I think it'd be better. It'd be covered in its own separate pot castle in a couple of weeks. This is more so podcast for like. Hey Do you know who John Luc Picard is. Do you remember win. Romulus was destroyed. Who the hell seven of nine this is? Sort of like a cannon catch up to get people either reacquainted or caught up for the first time with what exactly these characters are bringing that we know of before we move forward with characters old and new I guess to start I mean before we even get into anything with with what we know of Joel mccower and the characters around him he jesse talked about manifesting. This so what are your thoughts when you initially found out because there are obviously rumblings blinks about it Patrick Stewart announced. I think in Vegas a couple years ago that it was a thing. We got trailers over the course of twenty nineteen. So what did you think about this actually becoming a reality Eh. Well this is like every fan's dream I think there's nobody out there that puts picard at the bottom of their captain rankings. Out He is. The most is the most fun I think the most layered of the captains the I think he's definitely the captain where there's the most territory left to explore. And and I think the place we left him was so tantalizing like whichever playing you WANNA say. We really left him on whether it's the future. Richard Echoes that we saw in the final episode of Star Trek Next Generation. Or whether it's where we left off in the last movie back in two thousand and two and and Mike I know you were in kindergarten or something so you may not be that I. I was in seventh grade. Thank you very much definitely not in the mood to sit down for two hour long star Trek movies at that point but you know uh not not a not a little bit of a baby in the bork incubator. A little bit more of an adolescent. That's an all right. All right fair enough. You knew the Star Trek existed in was a thing exactly. Yeah and I would say that at that point. That was also so what that was when we were nearing the end. I think we're already a couple years removed from the D. S. nine voyager double feature creature feature so ah it definitely was like star. Trek was in the atmosphere but considering that I was born during season three of next generation I can't say that Picard. Even from Star Trek Perspective was top of mind for my twelve year old brain. It's true and I think twelve is probably also the wrong age to start formulating your final star trek opinions. Even if you do grow up with it. Yeah that's very true unless maybe if you place my memory in a satellite that allows it to live out for the next thirty five years really formulate my thoughts on him. Yeah Yeah Well I love I love it. We when they play fast and loose with the human consciousness as we'll talk about when we start breaking down some of our favorite card episodes I think that will it became apparent. Yeah I mean this. I can't believe we're talking about. There's like this is crazy because not only is this a star Trek nerds dream come true but it also at least from what I had heard for a while Patrick Stewart got to the point. Where like he was didn't even want to acknowledge Picard? Like there was a rumor. I I think in Hollywood that like. Hey if you're working with Patrick Stewart on a project don't mention John Luc Picard of the next generation. Because he won't be happy with it. I think for a while he felt like actually actually bit contrary to your point. He felt like his character's journey had come to an end. He felt that book was closed. But I guess he's been giving interviews obviously in the past year and he said that getting to experience how much the next generation specifically meant to a hole for lack of a better term generation of people. I think touch them in a way that made him genuinely want to revisit the character which makes me happy and from what I've seen in terms of all the preseason press he's been doing he seems to just be having the time of his life life which makes me very happy. It's not necessarily dragging Harrison Ford onto the set of the force awakens. And you know making him go through the motions again. This is someone who is genuinely invested. Did in going back to the character are living in an era of peak nostalgia. I feel like everything is a reboot of everything nowadays Yeah I think. I think you're right about Patrick. Stewart kind of wanting to distance himself from card for a very long time and I think even at the point when he began playing card. I think I think the character played by Alan Rickman and Galaxy Quest. We all agree. That is kind of making fun of Patrick Stewart to some. Yeah even though he's supposed to be I think the science it's officers. so He's more of like the spock or type. I think the fact that this is this like like you said this. This master Thespian. WHO's been beleaguered to have to give off all of these over the top lines and also SCIENC- terms that don't make a lot of sense and repetition? That's just been what we all imagined. Jamais Patrick Stewart was thinking through. So yeah I mean it's very clear. What sort of his perspective isn't that also reflected in the character as well? We'll get a bit into it but obviously popcorn a huge departure from a captain like Kirk who had experience from the original series. And I think that's very very much due not just the different natures of William Shatner and Patrick Stewart in terms of the way they just sort of compose themselves. I think it's also it's a difference between tween how seriously the show took itself because I think star trek the original series probably didn't necessarily take itself super seriously as it was being formulated plated. It's very imaginative. Show to be sure but I think there's there's always like a little bit of self awareness and then I remember I was very young when Star Trek the next generation premiered and I remember being struck by you know little eight year old me watching this show thinking this takes itself much more seriously and it's kind of. It's a double edged sword because I think next generation was able to explore some themes that original series series star Trek attempted to certainly was groundbreaking for its time. But there's a lot more gravitas especially the early season episodes episodes where they're really trying to feel out exactly how serious they could be in the swing in the wrong direction a few times and I think you get you get this starship led by this very serious captain at times like I think picard strikes me as someone who's he's much more even tempered and he takes his position position like he's having a lot less fun in the very beginning at least yeah. It's sort of like this is a very loose sketch. But he served the bird to Kirk Ernie right where he definitely seems to be a bit more like fun free shirl ago sleep with some Orion women and look we'll definitely get into some adventures that picard had both romantically frantically and otherwise. But I totally agree with you. He walked in like vary by the books. He's very good. There's a reason why he has a maneuver named dafter him when he had with the previous starship that he had worked for but he seems someone who like you said was a very sobering presence and I think that really you not only set the tone for the ship but also for the show
Spatial Thinking in Data Science
"There angela and welcome today's framed. Hey thanks for having me. It's a real pleasure to have you on the show and i'm excited for many reasons john's but one of the biggest is that we're here to talk about spacial thinking and geospatial data and the impact it can have industry in general and in terms of thinking about how data addison analytics can impact the world but before we get into that i just want to find out a bit about you so maybe you can tell me what you do and what you're known for in the data community share. My name is angela. I i think the second angela appear on this podcast that's right. We had angela bustling from. I robot preach. I just told you also my mum's name is angela so a big shout to my mom while lovelock's big friend of mine but great name. Anyway is the point their son the second most famous angela and the science community. Maybe the trump today. I ain't work as the our spatial advocate at the center for spatial data science at chicago and which is an odd job title and sort of came about out because my professor had a few projects that he wanted me to work on after i finished up my thesis for him so my head of background in economics public policy and i ended up working with my professor luc insulin at the university to complete that after writing thesis sort of hunting around for something to do next in luke offered me a position sort of building out spatial data science education resources and materials people so that's what i do is sort of hard to explain explain to people when you're at ours spatial advocate. What exactly you do with your time but i just tell them i. I really like maps in love spatial data so the other thing is it sounds like it could be quite niche but in fact as we'll get to the ecosystem of special data science and how can help us in thinking about a lot of questions is an incredibly important and on top of that of course using our to do so is incredibly impactful as well so right so our center develops an open source software that allows you to point and click analysis awesome spatial data so it's called giotta bennett's reached a lot of people. It's i think it's over ten years old at this point and that has been away that we sort of put fourth spatial analysis <unk> into the world but i think something that we're moving more to is trying to get people to use code to work with spatial data lina programming and trying to get comfortable with that miss something that we're trying to expand too so that's part of what my job is on the same page like i also in terms of community building around coating. I also run our lady chicago so i started the chapter in chicago which was something that was a byproduct of working king on my thesis so i basically had a suburb. I was working on that and someone told me about early eighties. I was like oh that would be very helpful for me so i hunted around for a group in chicago and i found that there wasn't one and i was like oh someone would start that and someone told me one of the staff in my my research center marina was like oh you should do that angela so i ended up starting the our lady's chicago chapter that summer just based on the encouragement of some some other women in my center so something that i've also been super involved with over the past you know year and a half men now we have a group of women just doing a lot of community the building organizing in chicago men supporting women as they get started with their data science careers or building out there already existed data's heads careers. Let's listen nice description option of the ladies mission and a principal in general. Could you just tell listeners how to get involved in if the block to reach out on loan a bit more i actually found out about our lady's through a tweet so if you don't already a big portion of the day since community is on twitter shooter mom huge huge amount i saw a photo of the early ladies at the international conference and it was just this whole room full of women doing data science and i figured that i wanted to do that and they had <hes> basically basically a tweet on the global twitter that said if you want to start a chapter reach out to global at our lady's dot org and i was like okay like i'll do that so i sent them. Emails emails like hey look. I want to start a chapter headway concerted and they got back to me with all the information. There's a international slack channel that all organisms are in so so that's something that you can get involved with pretty quickly and if you have one other person in your area who's interested in it just get started to people as a meet up so check out all he's dot org and also i suppose checkout. If the city you're in actually already has a chapter and get involved there'a yeah i found that people come to meet ups in there from all walks of life and i've learned a lot from just meeting people at our meet ups and have found mentors through the community so highly recommended awesome so you work a special advocate at the center for spider chicago now but if i recall correctly your background is in economics public policy that was originally started. It happens that in both of those fields there are problems that involve spatial data one of the methods classes that i took was a g._p._s. class aura geographic information systems class where i was learning how to nap things and sort of performed facial analysis via a graphical user interface this that was how i got started. It was a methods class for one of my policy classes that i ended up taking during that i sort of found that a lot of public policy a lot of economics deals with questions that have to do with spatial data so for example. If you want to locate services this is in your city as a policymaker. Where are you going to put them or economics. If you want to understand the housing market in an area where our our houses more expensive where houses under their market value that spatial question and so it was through those questions that i started getting more and more into spatial data at just because i needed to understand how to work with it to answer the questions i was interested in closer sounds like in this type of work doing data science before you will formally doing in data science right right like i. I didn't realize i was doing data science so might thesis. I had a lot of data and basically i just needed to find a way to like like get insights out of it and clean it before you do that interesting modeling. You have to be able to sort of be like okay like which one of these houses is is actually marked as tax foreclosed or something and making sure that you have that properly identified in things. That was something that i started noted like diving into my adviser. Insulin was super in that he told me about this thing called the tiny verse and i was like oh i've have used our before but never like whatever this is when i found that it provided a series of our analogies that were very very useful for or just simple data cleaning tasks without having to do sort of complicated syntax which i've worked with our before at written a paper on like i think it was like mental health health survey data but i mostly just used the core functionalities of are really hadn't done what you would call like data science on it so after i was encouraged to do that sort of went ahead and started teaching myself this stuff in the process of answering the question how does demolishing buildings things in a city effect the house prices of properties around it so because i wanted to answer this question i had ended up teaching myself data science while the <unk> so i would actually say that my thesis was maybe the first piece of data science portfolio. I still remember applying for. There's some sort of like java internship like coating sample and i was like oh like you. The stuff that i wrote in my thesis visit like i had to like create like a spatial lag whatever so then i just sent them the functions arrow as some of the exploratory data and that was my data science like code snippet that i sent them but it was actually just my thesis as you know. It was something that i didn't realize i was putting together until i had it and then as i go i guess i sort of started doing data science here. That's really cool. There were so many things i just want to kind of touch upon briefly first. Is you mentioned the taty us. You may be aware that we're fans of the todd davis here. We have a lot of courses around the tiny verse and all all the tools that have been developed in that ecosystem just a bit about me. I come from a python background and writing. Polyphonic code is one of my favorite things to do in the world and for that reason i i was initially you know when i entered the community a tidy skeptic in a lot of ways and i gotta tell you i'm a huge convert now and particularly with respect to <hes> i think the way you write taty code in particular in terms of the white relates to how you state in plain language what your code is doing what you're trying to do. Who by riding your code. In terms of the data transformations i think really is gonna open up data analytics and data science to such a broad community that didn't have access to writing code to to china methods all of this stuff beforehand so that's really to nesting functions the pipe. I like all of this stuff is going to open it up to so many more people make it so much more accessible addressable. Yeah i agree with that statement. I think especially coming from a field that's for example like in economics and people use things like state where taxes sort of like regress such and such as english essentially a new sort of state what you're going to do and then you. It doesn't look like computer. Science may be so i think like being able to sort of see in your code that ogm summarizing now and mike arranging the data and now i'm grouping by this was really helpful for me me sort of adopting that in coming back to my code you know like a month later like what am i doing and then being like okay like this is what i was doing so that was really useful for me. I do think i think it's a great way for beginners to get started and i can see places where i think it's a great place for beginners to plug in but i've also had people tell me if you doing very niche or high computational things you can move beyond the tiny version. Do more are but if you don't get if you don't start seeing the power power of programming in the first place. You're not gonna get to that point where you can do all this crazy fancy stuff so i think it's a good way to get people hooked on using code to process their data. I agree and i don't necessarily think this only with respect to the us in particular but in general accessible api is how often they can fool us what up fool us but how often they can make us think we're able to do all this stuff and then what point it breaks down and we realized i'll actually we need go back and learn all this stuff and and all of this stuff for example like machine learning with fit in predict a knowing that you know beginnings can go in and do to machine learning model straightaway right but what point does that breakdown on what point does that actually affect credibility reproducibility and correctness of results actually and i've heard it <unk> said like right now. The bottleneck isn't your computation time. It's often like the thinking time of the person writing the code absolutely so you touched on one other thing. I want to get into spatial thinking a soon as possible but you touched upon one other thing you talked about. Some people can do geospatial data using point and click interfaces. You mentioned people using graphical user interfaces. My question is can you do data signs in gooey. That's a good question.