31 Burst results for "Lavelle"

OL Reign Land Bouhaddi and Marozsan on Loan From Sister Club Lyon

WNBA Nation

02:02 min | 3 weeks ago

OL Reign Land Bouhaddi and Marozsan on Loan From Sister Club Lyon

"The day we record this oil grain decided. They wanted to kick off the week with a bit of of a blast. Bit some fireworks to pretty awesome acquisitions or at least on loan acquisitions for the club which may not affect the challenge cup but will definitely affect the incoming year for oil rain I'll get over to you to give us some of the download on that okay. So this was big news. When leon got the ownership of of the rain we wondered what the implications of this would be is assistant vestments are. They're going to be recruiting opportunities. More money into the club. What is really look like right. As as of the day were recording. We saw some big news. That two of leone's players sarah body and a jennifer marijan are going to be playing for oil rain over the summer as soon as the season wraps up. This doesn't necessarily impact the challenge cup. But these are two of the best players in the world. Budi especially. I mean i would argue the best goalkeeper in the world This is huge for the rain. In the off season we saw some rain. Players go over to france and train with with leones team which was a huge benefit to them. But now we're seeing this as as this mutual partnership is talent sharing situation so not only. Are we seeing financial investment. Were seeing now. Some of the best players in the world coming to the nwa sell like we talked about this before. Steve about A lot of the american players. Like sam you is abigail. Kemper rose lavelle going overseas and leaving the nwf. But now we're seeing kind of the inverse happening. Yeah i think this is huge news. I mean the rainer ascendant as is but to get. This news is

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"lavelle" Discussed on Paul Allen

Paul Allen

07:47 min | 7 months ago

"lavelle" Discussed on Paul Allen

"Football nine to noon but time to mix in a little little baseball also. With Lavelle Emil the third with a nine to noon ten to one just for fun PA in do Bayside kick Saturday's though from am eleven thirty in Bloomington off Zirk sees adjacent to four ninety, four WE GO A. Way Back Partner and it's great to see you back in Studio Lavelli Neil. The third joins US each and every Monday in the neighborhood of eleven fifteen. Yes we have the world series. Yes. We have my favorite team being in last place in the division who but we also have this fares are going to be four and one they take an e for the final time bears victorious tae turn away Tom Brady Anna Bucket airs twenty, two, nineteen defense again, doing another to get the job done. The fade to black moment WBZ newsradio seven eighty good morning. That's your boy Jeff Joni only gas long time box for the Chicago bears does great work anytime somebody in for my taste describes like best team announcers in the NFL Joni acnes to be top five I, think so I I will only heard so many you know the Tampa, Bay buccaneers guy, he's. That's your boy Nardo do it. Go box go. Three two. Three to one fire, the cannons buccaneers of. A. Leisure Five, four, three, two, one voicemail says, go bucks go. That's beautiful. Yeah. He's a late yet your squad. So you know. HOW DOES SOMEBODY BE GREENBACK? That's it I mean that's really the only thing on which you should be focusing right now is out of the by. Period how does somebody stop this quarterback? Who never has been better in good morning and? Coach, the last game they end. Say Good Morning Good morning to you Paul back. It's great to see you. Thanks And schemed schemer now because they have receivers last game they played and they basically made the running backs why receivers and thrive. So that's the concern that leflore and Rogers. Putting this thing together Darius and Preston Smith Mommy I. Know You got Super Special MAC and Akim hits. You know what I said this into the season I have not looked at the stats and honestly ever watched much of the bears I've never been the biggest robber Quinn fan when it comes to like overall game terrorism So like when I say you know the Darius and the Preston Smith Yeah and then with you guys, I, go Khalil Mack. AKIEM. Hicks. He should I never quinton that bit because like I mean I think he's a one trick pony my wrong well. One. Mac finally showed up Thursday against the buccaneers with two sacks and was just four seized machi- cheer on that front seven when it's engaged, let let's not forget when it's engaged. Late in a game, they can win I mean those are dog rubber Quinn flashed on the first series of the season and I have not heard or seen much of him sense has a total of two tackles this year all year and one of them's a sack he might have a fumble recovery. It's been Max crickets from Mister Quinn Yeah. So I've been a little disappointing because all our money is spent on Defense Hicks is getting paid maximum pay folds out of poke out a zillion falls. He did he? Chunk of change. You got a nice chunk of change Zillion, but most of our cash. On the defense, the defense needs to kick ass and Montgomery pulls the sled but anyway yeah. Montgomery I thought he was heading the right direction and he just looked horrible buck I'm sorry I. Just I did that to feel better about myself I have. So please continue so. Next four games. I think the. We got four Meaty Games and then I, think we'll get back into division of play. Okay. So Carolina. So we get Teddy Bridge blaster then at Rams home against saints that at Titans. So or you better when you go to Nashville you better, hope your boys don't give Bet I. Know I know. So, we'll just talking earlier that I got Josh. Allen and Devon Secretary. Fancy team. I'm his bullets over over to bite squad by busted out here. Okay. Now I'm tripping. So you be captain. Cole your foreign one. The the narrative is there with the you know I've I'm not gonNA say because. Colleen watching and rooting for this one and four operation. There are just so many things on my mind right now that quite honestly I just need the radio show end in twenty five minutes I can move on So with your squad, it's not going to be horseshoe up the, but you're getting these breaks the just every from from a few years ago where Super Special Lovey did get a fair amount of breaks with a good team. I'm not gonNA say that I'm not going to say you've had to replace your quarterback and you're foreign one that is an earned record four and you know the the thing is. The bears haven't played that great in their four. One s think well, there's One quarter against Detroit they played to a good half against giant. This is good as it's GonNa. Get you better get used to that I can't believe remember game three, dame three, they play one good quarter and then against Brady to play two quarters they putting together yet prompt you guys had about forty five minutes of real lifetime of the worst football when they played the giants that I've ever seen in my life. Yeah and a I mean I saw that Green Bay Vikings Game Week one at the palatial. Purple Paradiso I know what getting steamrolled looks like it's not the steamroll. It was just like no Saquon, which is all ugly. You know what you you know this we've been friends for twenty one years I'm racetrack trained doesn't matter how you get to the winner circle. As long as you get there, ragging our picture taking taken and everybody cashed a wind battle. Let's look what the NFL was headed toward yesterday I thought the Sealer is GonNa blow out on the water and they had to sweat that one out. San Francisco, what is happening now? It gets the dolphins. Oh no they got smog Garoppolo gets Ben and if we're in the seven to like we have been ten times or if I'm a diamond Joe's like with Nordahl cotton. John or you or whatever. I would've caught the dolphins plus the spot Norio unveiled that I looked into it I'm like, wow very nice. Take there. I would have gotten killed after that I had chiefs in survivor pool dead. You know. The the the raiders come to town and house them. Yeah. I just it would allow US chiefs and the division game. Yes. WHOA. That's risky. Yeah. Let's see what the they didn't look good against the Patriots to be honest when you can't use niners because mullins terrorism. Ravens probably been used US duty survivor things I broke my rule just follow the bad teams around course plane the jets picked out of the team The NFC east pick two or three of those. Teams. I got outside of myself air picked the chiefs. So so what so here's where I'M I wasn't listening was I was thinking about the next line that I was going to try to win borough that happens for that. I Apologize Right Man the bears foreign one who do they play next? Liners. That Carolina okay after that. At ramps wins the by..

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Los Angeles Lakers win NBA Finals; LeBron James secures his fourth championship

Paul Allen

01:08 min | 7 months ago

Los Angeles Lakers win NBA Finals; LeBron James secures his fourth championship

"This happened something that we've enjoyed immensely over the last couple of months came to a conclusion they coached small is already gone down the Florida talk to the victorious coach school. Thank Volvo off the Los Angeles Lakers. To Win this game one, zero, six, ninety, three. They are the bubble NBA champions and I might add also well deserved. They played sensational. Ninety three the final that highlights seven ninety, the fan in Miami The Los Angeles Lakers won the NBA title last night they were up sixty, four, thirty, six at the half all admit full purple full viking Sunday mode. I, did not watch him minute of this game night other than the islets I couldn't do it. I was in I know you were in hosting fan lines so you were here. I was not here for the game I was at home. Okay and I just I'm locked in Man I. I love this football team show much. I can't deviate from that. Yeah, and that doesn't surprise me even though you've watched every minute of every NBA finals. and. Conference finals to with with East and West so it doesn't surprise me

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"lavelle" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

Dan Barreiro

02:48 min | 9 months ago

"lavelle" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

"Chat with you again and we will talk next week. It sounds great. Thank you so much. Appreciate it Bill Maurice Mayoclinic clinic big knocker the original big knocker even if occasionally we put somebody else on for Mayo Clinic I think his place is indeed secure top five at five is going to be a little late 'cause I went long because we always go along. With Dr Maurice Lavelle Neil the third will join in the five o'clock hours. Well, top showing will include little twins preview, maybe a little leftover lotto talk and a bad day for a neighbouring big ten conference school when.

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"lavelle" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

Dan Barreiro

01:36 min | 9 months ago

"lavelle" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

"I think he ended up with like eight forty five pitches and maybe he still mad at him building up endurance where he can stay strong late in games. So we can always just like you know, expect these pictures to to go nine or eight or even the seven innings strong every time when maybe they're still trying to you know build up that extra during. So when we get to September, you know maybe he can't throw a hundred pitches and pitched seven radio. Lavelle they get five in the second. As you mentioned, he goes out there throws nine pitches in the bottom of the second inning and is looking at the pitch track thing just to kind of refresh my memory one, one pitch that that was basically outside of the zone. He threw three balls two of them were basically right on the fringes, but he just says, Hey, thanks for getting me five runs. Now let's just go catch these. Let's get out of here. Nine pitches back in the dugout first pitch fly out that I think was hit pretty well, I was listening to the game at that point, but he just throws it over the heart of the plate says hit it. You're not gonNA score five right here. Let's go. He's a professional. That's what I like about him. He seems like he's a professional pitcher and he didn't mess around with that five run lead. He just sent here hit it and we'll get outta here. Once they hear once you let it be known ex you're GONNA be around his own what three different pitches you know they hit her past can't eliminate pitches. They gotta take everything in the consideration like past here crap there's a change. Okay, he's throwing me a slider crap. I was saying this asphalt you know and they have like two, ninety, two, nine, pitch innings one, seven pitching I believe yesterday that's pretty ridiculous like I. Think you'd have like fifty pitches throwing five innings or something like that or and sixty eight through six I think going into the into the seventh inning so but he's pretty.

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Cardinals-Brewers game off after positive COVID tests

Dan Barreiro

01:25 min | 10 months ago

Cardinals-Brewers game off after positive COVID tests

"Everybody's being tested today. Psychologically emotionally, and for covid nineteen that's the Minnesota twins style today. Remember that the major league. Baseball. Protocol the twins at least they have three tiers of people to your one. The players coaches tier to kind of the direct support staff tier three media others. Tears one and two both tested today rapid tested today because of what's going on with the Saint Louis Cardinals a couple of cardinals tested positive for covid nineteen. There in Milwaukee are the cardinals not gonNA play tonight scheduled to play tomorrow provided. There are no more positive tasks did see that from a minute ago but the twins are going through their protocols now and that the cardinals were here and So they did some rapid testing Cleveland apparently today was their normal testing anyway. So they have all been tested as well. clubhouse disinfected. Daily Scrub down continuing elite reading from lavelle story deep clean before a new team uses it as well. So it was theoretically clean, very very well between the cardinals and Cleveland's visit but that's the deal game is scheduled to go on tonight twins looking to a rebound after last night's two zero loss it's clemenger versus Daba target field about two hours from. Now, we have no results of those tests just if they'd been administered is that correct? There's results I haven't seen anything about him, but that's that's what we know

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"lavelle" Discussed on Paul Allen

Paul Allen

06:12 min | 10 months ago

"lavelle" Discussed on Paul Allen

"To do this. And and yeah, you're going to get people who are so in need of a professional sport distraction, factor and God bless him that they're going to formulate opinions like I. Like the so much and I want this so much that I don't care about ABC DNA. That's GONNA be one side of it. The other side is going to. To be, people are like it's sports. Who Cares? Let let's figure. The virus out was gonNA back safe, but the bottom line is professional. Sports are important to a lot of people on many levels, and I'm not even talking emotionally I'm talking people's jobs and livelihoods and stuff like that, so I mean like eight million things there. There are many ways you can go with the conversation, but. I honestly and I'm not. I'm not devil's advocate Guy Lavelle. You know me better than anybody it. These sports that are not in bubbles I. Think, they're in trouble I. Mean I think with Major League Baseball NFL in college football specifically, not being in the bubble bed is really GonNa be difficult to navigate. Yeah I was Kinda. I was Kinda. Hoping that baseball would be able to How like a half bubble and like playing Arizona Florida but those ended up being to hot spots, and so that's not realistic the one thing that has to happen for it to is, it has to be has to be a transparency to from the league's. Deal with this. Because they first of all, they've got to investigate the hell out of this and get everybody to. Where we're going. Was It really a flight attendant that was? Responsible for this, and then they have to be fully that the share everything they learn with the players association, so they can tell the players. Hey, so it's like it was a one isolated outbreaks We think we they were pretty sure is under control. Let's move forward so investigate the how this thing and just you cake everything you find out the place station so. The two sides can move forward together because that's the only way this thing's GonNa. Stab always been played out if they do this thing together. What what's up with Oto and the back I? It's not that bad right. Now No it wasn't that bad when Rocco told us about it. You know last week and it sounds like. He's GonNa. Throw a bullpen today tomorrow. And I I know I got a feeling he's going to be starting on Saturday is against? So I? Think that's the that's what he unless. He has some sort of set back, but he was working out the stadium yesterday. It seems like everything went well and You know so he'll be. He'll be back and play. Although rainy, dominic did a solid job. You know pitch starting for him and Pin C. H. Pinch. Then starting for them and you know all hell broke loose when Zac, Latrell came out of the bullpen. That's how they got away from the twins, but you know. Auto. Berberia in Ohio intimate, starting to look pretty good there 'cause made. It was trading pretty sharp yesterday. He's got. He's got a slider changeup fastball. Knows how to pitch, and he knows when he knows. When the thought of speed in their knows when to start off, guys with sliders he was, he was one step ahead of the white sox bad as for about five innings, yesterday is very nice to watch, and if he could bring that type of professionalism to the rotation, twenty that much tougher, the individual and wobble in the sixty game piece, which is now a five seven gain peace, because they want to out of three that there are so many unique strange quirky things that are going to pop up man in Oh. My Ada Kent Up. Against American League Pitch American League hitting. That's going to be new for the adversary. They'll have to adjust conversely conversely on the other side. You know these. Red Sox I-. Insane after they kill Baltimore on Friday night. They like rolled the ball out. They lost you out of three to Baltimore. And you look up and down that lineup, and unless you're wobble and you follow it every day. You don't know the majority of. Of the players who are hitting for the Orioles, but they just whooped asks on the Red Sox at fenway two or three times. I mean welcome to the sixty game piece. Where if even sleep on a team like the Os you're going to get beat. Yeah, well, you know they're also took some history now season. Yeah is not there as guards of the great players Benintendi. Saw outfielder Christian. Vasquez Catcher I think he's pretty talented, but if I'm not mistaken. Martin Perez ended up being like their number two starter, which is frightening to think that the twins reject slides and the number two spot in Boston, so that's the state of their pitching staff right now, so you know they're gonNA have to have a couple of days where they look like the Red Sox team from you know couple of years ago, but if that if that. Is especially that rotation? If it's in the Sam within it appears to be, it's GonNa. Be a long short season. This enclosing this this beautiful game winner-take-all. We have a gleam in your store Leonardo the. I cannot stress the significance of this evening Seattle L. AFC game. Here's the deal. If Seattle gets bounced from the bubble. I'm dead Gleaming Wins Bang. So do you think Seattle with my guy? Fry and Rui? Dias can beat the. Impenetrable in penetrable and unstoppable Rossi and this La FC juggernaut tonight. Bob Riley's the bus manager? All right. He's been one of the best managers in America several years. He got railroaded when he tried his hand out in the Premier League which was very disappointing, but he's. He's got L.. AFC operating at full drought right now, and I I hate to say this, but I think the I wasn't. Of trouble. I would not doubt will not doubt Rossi and L. Ese, and that's amazing, because valence is not even on that on that roster. And they're still doing it doing a number of people. You Break Saul. You let the nest your drove to Chicago. You gathered with family. You went to a baseball game with no fans did a great.

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"lavelle" Discussed on Paul Allen

Paul Allen

06:40 min | 10 months ago

"lavelle" Discussed on Paul Allen

"Asked. Hey Lavelle Ball Alan. I'm. Good morning my friend now, Lavelli, Neil third frequent contributor to the love governor for two plus decades covers the Minnesota twins, a major league baseball for the Star Tribune and Star Tribune dot com at Lavelle Neil via twitter. This pitcher richhill they the the twins seem very excited about him and good morning Lavelle. Yes good morning. Yes ritual. Yeah, he's a veteran guide. Late bloomer, you know kind of struggled early probably career, and then figure some things out, and is actually an effective guy. You know he doesn't keeping the Games, but you know five or six games. You know he could be your guy. Breaks. Ball and he has A. Good control. And his pitching acting high, he's got he's got. He's a he's got a great pitching. Mind to the point where in spring, training West Johnson was along him to go observe pitcher's throwing bullpen sessions and report back the West about what his observations were a lot mechanics how they were throwing everything, so he gain the trust of the coaching staff really early on just because of the great pitching mouth. And He's thrown to hitters. Twice now and you know looks, but he's a pretty good look much better. The second time out. And you know the one person who benefit from the shutdown with him because he wasn't supposed to be ready until late July and Guess what it's late July. come late July. He's available for he's going to be available for the entire sixty games. And probably he'll be a factor in bullpen, wrapped back and that gives them a veteran that give a left-hander which they don't have give him a battle tested guy pitching some big games for the dodgers, the breeze big to the world series twice, and you haven't won, but I think it's like a one point. Eight yard I think in three. Season starts or something like that or three works restart. So Yeah, he now he's. He's proven to be everything. They thought he was when he Stein was a free as a free agent. Squabble This richhill. What what kind of a pitcher is he? Is he like Karl Pavan no pitch to con-. Contact guy is the flame thrower Dizzy Neville. Let like what's his bet. He He's definitely he's not A. He's not a high strike out guy although he can't get a few strike out. he, he relies on precision This guy he's got a big ASS breaking ball. That's GonNa flummoxed guys, so he's going to get some some tappers in some swings and misses out of it in a decent fastball. So It's not gonNA. Like strike out. Twelve dies in like eight innings or something like that. No, no, he's not that type of guy, but you know you may get on the road where he strikes other guys here and there. but you know he How got the weird thing about richhill? And you hear it in here because there's no noise now going on workouts. But like he grunts after every pitch like he was like Serena Williams and so You hear like this running along with every pitch. During lied be more so than any other pitcher I've ever heard. So. I just like sting That's I guess that's the jam and and it worked for him, and he's been able to carve out a career delay credit and he's coming back from. Elbow Surgery. He didn't have Tommy John. Surgery, but like the alternative to Tommy John Surgery At the also had like A. one of those platelet injections. Into some some repair. That's not Tommy John like. And it was like him to come back and he's feeling good. He's throwing well and you know. He says he says the twins. You know really the lefty. He gives them that president in the rotation then. It could be. It could be a pretty good pickup. What what what led you to write? That fantastic Justin Moore no peace in the Star Tribune. Now I was, and it was a it was. One of those periods is a historical thing because on July seventh. Of Two thousand and ten. Just a more known tried to take out John McDonald's second base in Toronto and got his dog. and. No one knew how severe it was until. days weeks months went by, and he did not feel like this former so and. that was just intriguing part. Because at the time he was batting, three forty five eighteen homers. And over fifty RBI and it was. Exactly Eighty one games at the halfway point even. about that time he was in the middle of a monster seats, and you probably would have been in the running for MVP. He's felt He felt unstoppable. He thought that his experience and his skills were meshing at the right time. He finally get routine to prepare and everything's clicking and people saw that you know for the first half. Of that twenty ten season, and after the because cussin' just was a different player. He never was the guy he was before. They can cut him. And this happened before the focus on concussions in sports. And you know especially NFL C., t., and everything. But we know now how serious blows to the head can be and how they can derail careers. And even though more, no was able to come back and win batting title with the Colorado Rockies. I believe was twenty fourteen. he just said. I'm not the same guy I used to be. You know you got embarrassed box. And started wondering what if a pitch comes high type know? How do I react and once you have that doubt in your mind in the batter's box is doesn't make it hard. It's Elliot. And he just wasn't that that powerful. Threat that dangerous hitter in the box. That could just drive a ball. You know four hundred and fifty feet anymore in he he was awesome, the interview and he details what he went through, and how everything was like everything was for him. I talked his wife Christa and you know. She talked about the things she.

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"lavelle" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

Dan Barreiro

02:29 min | 10 months ago

"lavelle" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

"A fan of Bermuda shorts? No I think the hideous why they come in an coming back in style well, that's according to Ryan. Donaldson, yes, if at least a shorter shorts are coming back into into style and they just want to be. There too and whether you believe it or not. Hold on for a second one here on a pair of shorts. It might be dated reference. A lot of people might not know what that means down shorts. No. One person reacted like what's Bermuda shorts. That's are not no one else Adam. No. Okay, it's good. If, they're those are coming back back Danny get ready. For the next on? That means the leisure suit may be play here one of these years. The polyester down those are very. Dapper looking and look and and you very. They're very comfortable material to as well very comfortable material in the especially in the heat. Right stay safe. Stay Dry. And we'll chat next week if not sooner. Absolutely see you next week will be a week away, yeah? It'll be hopefully it'll be a squad game going on, so we can get. Jared to get something going for sure thanks Laval. Manatee Lavelli Neil the third the Opel did very well. I think this is about as good an Opel appearance. We've had with Lavelle in many many many months. If not years well Bradshaw Bright Inbox is open booth caffeine dot com if you'd like to react. To our baseball conversation with Lavelle, and also when we return. Worse than Covid nineteen..

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"lavelle" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

Dan Barreiro

05:16 min | 11 months ago

"lavelle" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

"For six thirty tonight. Guards and I will kick it off maybe. With Carl Gershman in a couple of surprise announcements as well. Stay tuned for details. Lavelle e Neil the third is with us. Now lavelle refresh my memory. Did you grow up on the south side of Chicago. First of all How held you Gershman well I- tentative as I say I hesitate to even say it because he's threatened to this before, and then something comes up. He backs away, and he acts like He was too busy, so it it's not I wouldn't call it. One hundred percent put it could be a historic moment for the state would assure. Is Puny face and published several on several levels. Your hundred percent right? You saw side Guy. Thought Nice Cream man ice cream truck in your formative years. Did you did? Did you have that kind of? You know. Sweet moment of hearing that music and say oh here here he comes. Let's go get some ice cream. And I? WanNa say it was tasty freeze that was. The company and you know the any Murphy skit is not that far off. We.

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"lavelle" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

Dan Barreiro

01:32 min | 11 months ago

"lavelle" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

"Also is It's the virtual room party. Well this about this a few weeks go. I was actually encouraged by shake to be part of it, but the it got postponed for obvious reasons for. Some reason I was not invited to be part of this one. You Got Schnapp for the for the for the reschedule. That's not right. That's wrong. We knew about your big evening at eight. o'clock we wanted you to prepare for. ME. That's what it is. Yeah, you got. You got a conflict anyway. You'RE GONNA. Lead you right into. And I'm the one who now now only ten, the last one at the poor house but I. You just let hockey talk me into coming up on stage and listen in to join him for was goofy. You basically closed the place. Did you not the kind of? Thought. How did how it usually does your Lavelli Neil? The third man that's that's you gotta stay. You gotta stay true to your reputation, right? That's right. have fun tonight. We will be in touch next week. Thanks, sir. Sorry, you gotTa. Take Lavelle E. Neil the third. We've got breaking. COVID nineteen news on..

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"lavelle" Discussed on Paul Allen

Paul Allen

08:08 min | 11 months ago

"lavelle" Discussed on Paul Allen

"That's the one thing they can. They can hold over the players. Name and season and once again. Tony Clark in his letter on Saturday at the end said. You know, tell us when and where to report, so they know what the deal is. Well! I mean without without pinning down date I mean. What do you think man a month? As far as starting yeah, well, the the the reassembling the gathering, yeah! The step it depends. It depends on how many games play. If it's a forty eight games season, you can knock that off starting August tenth and August September. You know what I'm saying. If they get sixty, then you're looking at mid to late July. Yeah mid to late July start, you'll still need two three weeks of a second spring training to get arms stretched out and to get bats ready for whatever season they're gonNA play so and you need. Let's see what's Today's the fifteenth, so you would need you know probably ten days to. To get everything organized for that to start so the earliest to me, they could start a second spring. Training would be about June twenty fifth. So, you have two or three weeks there and you're looking at you. Know About July twentieth. Start or something like that. I'm just. Ten fourteen now I guess you could start about July fourteenth and fifteenth, if at the at the earliest so I would I would imagine we'll have baseball by the end of July. Okay now, eleven thirty one Lavelli Neil the third at lavelle Neil via twitter covers twins, Baseball Star Tribune, Tribune, dot, com, okay, now, multiple decade, beat writer Lavelli Neil, the third I am. I am not in any way once you know. Baseball Starts Training Camper, whatever saying hey, some have role, some have guidelines, and like the veterans can have guidelines because I don't believe at least initially, that's going to be the case for everybody or close to everybody with that sad. What what you know from a from a practical job standpoint with what you need to do to do it well. How close to you! Thank you a card carrying member of the media. We'll get to that. It's funny. You brought it up because about ten days ago. We I'm on a I'm on the national. Board for the Baseball Writers Association of America and we had a conference. Call with I'm GONNA be relations because they're rewriting media access guidelines for the post pandemic era here and You know they're. They're allowed us to provide some input and to ask questions as they kind of shake these new policies and we won't be anywhere near the clubhouse I'll tell you that right now. Everything would be. Be Done at the beginning at the beginning. You'll be done through soon. We'll get to the ballpark zoom. Rocco before Games was a couple of players before games will be there for BP Games would start the picture the one thing we were hoping to get knocked out that once the pitcher leaves the game that pitcher. We'll go to zoom in and talk to the media through zoom right then and there which I think that that would help expedite our tax task for the evening yeah because. Everybody cracked cracking up in the meeting with US good cause. Bitches don't throw six innings anymore. We'll have them not eight. o'clock five five and fly helps. You hit the deadline. But to that point if it's during the game that you're doing that, zoom way the game. Still going on, you might miss the nuance. Be having a wobble one by your side early I think as a long shot to follow said game, but see if the individual is five and fly now an hour later we get the zoom during the bottom of the seventh inning of a tightly contested game is I. It's it's not preferred obviously but the. The, the story in totality has yet to be told. You can only tell it from from what this individual is seemed to that point. It's going to be a compromise. We're going to have to make because here's something that's happened to PA. Is that papers? Classic country moved up the deadlines ridiculously because of this pandemic and we have to be done like at eight thirty. They're gonNA. Make special going to have to make special Edition allowances for for games that are going to go on to nine or ten, but for the most part most of the paper's GonNa be put to bed by then, and so now we're going to want to be able to foul something for that early edition with a couple of quotes in it so I think we will gladly take whatever we can get in the six or seventh or eighth inning from the starter in order to Jimmy, and it's basically it'd be a five to ten minute. Chat anyway I mean it's not. It's not going to take up the rest of the game, but those are some like assesses GonNa. Make this happen. You know we're GONNA have to have our temperature taking stadium every day. Yep Yeah, we're GONNA, be socially distance in the press box. Okay well. What the temperature taking part! And I was going to share this into the segment or save it for the next one because you know with now now. Two of my jobs are operating Kfi am calling Racsa Canterbury tomorrow Wednesday and Thursday the the Canterbury bit now starts at four forty I. Get there like three. Okay, so when it comes to taking your temperature. If the assumption is, it's going to be an infrared thermometer. A non contact forehead thermometer. Thermometer or whatever if that's the case, you you some something? I experienced and others have experienced too because it's relatively new to me over the last week. Even though I've done it at Kfi am before, but every time I get to Canterbury before I pull into the employee, lot is a member of security comes out you go over some protocol. You answer a question, and then you you get your forehead temperature taken. All right now there have been times where it has been high. Because like I didn't have the air conditioning on I had been working outside, and whatever so you have to take into consideration things that raise your temperature I you see what I'm saying, and that that could be as subtle as driving from where you are. E- side of the river. To target field windows down a hundred degrees, no air conditioning. And that that will impact your temperature and you might not get. It might not be. We'll go sit in your car for five minutes and come back and try again with the might. Not. That might not happen. You know what's the? What's your threshold for entrance to one hundred and one hundred hundred point, three or something like that or what? He wants very good question I mean given. Canterbury is in lockstep with KFI. Am because of me. Yeah I believe they had the temperature. Be One hundred point three. Three. It's Yahoo. Has! Widely for using more of a challenge, because once, your third job kicks in. You'RE GONNA be overheated anyway. Bouncing from section to section to section we'll see. We'll see I. mean when when Vikings duties kick in with what I do with the Vikings entertainment network with radio and TV. It's like I'm not going to divulge what I think. My role is going to be off. Two decades of being close to this family. This football team and calling the Games I. Guess I'm just GonNa take it as it comes and I'm GonNa follow it. I'm going to respect it, and and that's it. You know I mean it's it's. It's not one hundred percent burst search, and I are calling vikings. Road Games at a certain time of the year. Now it's I feel ninety seven, but isn't it always one hundred? You know you know what I mean. Travels, going to be very interesting to I'm already planning on driving to a lot of the a lot of the road road trips now. I don't forget the division that'd be broken up in the third. It's going to be a central division and West Division and the East Division. So so I'll have the cubs and the and the brewers in division, so it'd be easier to drive there. I. Don't know what I'm GonNa do for Cincinnati and.

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"lavelle" Discussed on Paul Allen

Paul Allen

07:53 min | 11 months ago

"lavelle" Discussed on Paul Allen

"There was an individual for the radio. Show may have been former producer tiny Joe Nelson speaking of the words Love Covenant. The intrepid producer went to a Minnesota Timberwolves game where I believe they were playing the Los Angeles Lakers assuming Gary Payton. Erstwhile glove played for the La Lakers I know. The mailman did and I know I. Wild Glob spent some time a lot of time with the rain man and the Seattle Sonics mad producer mashing away at the game stats per NBA Reference for Gary Payton, so. During the nine to noon, Ron or ten to one just for fun P.. A. And do bay. Where was Gary? Let's say ten years ago. Maybe twelve or thirteen and a good morning good morning. His final season in the NBA was six. Oh, seven campaign at age thirty eight. He was a member of the Miami Heat. He did play for the Lakers all three or four. But oh six. Oh seven! I would have been the final spot. Miami South Beach for Mr Payton Yeah. It was way back in the day. Way Back in the day when. We Big Voice Sky Fraum FM. To the AT L. Mercer Mari I may delray. Beach Mitch When when the open to nine to noon or ten to one, just for Fun da Scuba was. It's not a radio show. It's a love covenant. It's P. A. and do bay on the FAM- so. We would get athletes from other teams or we would attempt to get. Them following games when. Members of the media or radio show producers could enter locker rooms and could approach players and make requests like that of course out of respect for media relations. Think. It was tiny Joe Nelson. When up to Gary Payton and wanted him to say it's not a radio show at the left governance PA due Bam Bam and erstwhile glove was very accommodating, and he was very kind I mean. This is H.. O., F. Type Defense of deem. It's Gary Payton Yeah Gary Payton with the Sonics with with with Rainman, its erstwhile glove. And he couldn't get love covenant out. I. I would say it's a three percenter. It is anywhere within our Laurent well. What's the Laurent? It's the Prophet. But he kept saying Love Covenant as Glove Cuvee. And we wanted him to call it the glove covenant. That's what it was. Gary Kate Payden and you're listening to the Glove Covenant on Kfi Erstwhile Glove. Kept calling glove gooby, so through the annals of time the old schoolers, the drummer guys steeler guys you down with BBC G. Yeah, you know way Nice Guy. The the the beginning the fiber, the breadcrumbs of Kfi am that subsequently became croutons. which now is a full loaf? If you like it of Cinnamon Raisin bread toasted. With butter on it that melts, and it's very enticing to the palate. Wow, we have become kind of a loaf. Yes, but we were breadcrumbs back then and I believe we were am eleven thirty at the John. And he just kept saying Glove Cuvee, so we had it somewhere in the system man, but his his like one of x amount of things over the years that just to faded away, and it assist you in remembering. The more things change, the more they stay the same. How many times is it acceptable? When. The NBA star aging, but still certainly a star in the eyes of most regarding the NBA. So! Is this erstwhile Glove Cuvee? Yeah, how many times are you allowed to say? Glove coveted. Gary favor yeah. You said yes, yeah, can you say Erstwhile Glove Cuvee? Erstwhile Glove gooby. Radio show. It's a glove Kuby. How how long was the tape of just JOE GOING I? Think it was to not a radio show. It's a glove covenant. cuvee okay. Gary Yeah. Can you say coveted place? Glove, cuvee right. Okay well. That's all we got. Thanks man I appreciate what you do. I mean what what do you do? I Wa Glove Cuvee Yeah. It's I. Weill Glove. I. Mean if you'd think he's defensive on the court after he blows Glove Covenant Twice, and then you go for a third well. That's going to be shutdown erstwhile glove movie. Yeah, that's That's a problem and that's the more things change, the more they stay, the same. It's just the ways and means become. Rearrange the where like. Like. The NFL at that time. We we because we were so used to maybe for some maybe for all. Comfortability, fat and happy happy. Dumb And then nor does pandemic purge hits and George. Floyd is killed and a Minneapolis police officer or officers Go to are in jail and you got bail and all that and everything that goes with Batman here. We are now. Yeah, and so then for yours truly. In search of the piece of any form of routine covenant. And I have founded with Fridays Saturdays and Sundays specifically. Saturday's with sauce and Nordahl by his side where the surrogate kids all through the shutdown quarantine pandemic purge given we have been fortunate privileged, and during the estimate of some blessed enough from mid March to late March, responsible and respectable fashion with masks and sanitizing and distance and everything. From then to now we have come in here and you guys with the with the facebook lives that you were doing up to the draft that there had been. If and or when there becomes a smell, the roses, moment or big decompression. You're Kinda. Look back and go. Whoa, you know just like the the nuance and the intricate things that have transpired yeah, from the tumbleweeds through the concourse at the axe. Rudy go bear. That's a no, no touching Donovan Mitchell. To The Vegas Golden Knights picking up their bags, walking out and going home to where we are now. The what we have known for NFL START UP AND NFL this time of the season obviously is a dramatic change from from anything we have known not only doing the show together, but really within recent history walking up to a regular season so. By football faith regarding those. Like Dot Com Tom Tom Pella Sarah. Who used to work here at Kfi? he's with NFL. Network NFL media and Tom does spectacular work. He is a very very good fair reporter saw jump on.

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"lavelle" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

Dan Barreiro

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"lavelle" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

"Then in the deep South Bull Connor they racist police chief, letting the German shepherd dogs loose on protesters. and. That was I think as. Effective I mean that was a message. You couldn't ignore. America could not maybe in the south. They tried to, but they couldn't ignore. Some point is that. SIMILARLY IF COPS! Start going over the line and start their own form of rioting. I think it's the same problem I think the so-called law and order concept. Those individuals who might want to emphasize that point or say there's still a place for that I think you end up losing. Some effectiveness there as well so I don't know it'll be interesting to see where it goes exactly, but that's. Somebody brought to is. Is there a new CASE IN DALLAS? That these stuff, the stuff comes at me fast and furious that people are starting to. Pay attention to I I don't know I'll double. Check it, but We'll. We'll take a look at that as well in any case, I it's all good fodder. It's all worthy of discussion for sure and. You know. In theory and imprint I'll say this. Tighter policy I think is always a step that should be taken whether it will make the difference. In weather. Let's say a really green cop steps in. Tooth matter is because you could say well now if I don't step in I'm GONNA. Get disciplined. But I still think that's it's going to be easier. Said than done to get it maybe high. Emphasize it. You do have to have I. Think the policy in place, but as to to what you're saying, it doesn't necessarily guarantee. That everything's GonNa be resolved. A lot of this is still I think related to mentality. A lot of it is related to. Approach a lot of related to what is in the culture of a given police department. What is? Encouraged and what's discouraged? The truth is what really needs to happen in my view after talking to a lot of people about this is. Veteran cops. Who We all know, you know I know in some cases. It's the veteran cops. Who Do have more standing. WanNa look at that way and more experience who need. To fire back more often and to push back more often because they do have the standing to do it and the respect to do it, and the that's that's where it really has to start both the dot com bradshaw and Bryant inbox. Let's take a pause here and then we'll give the show rap two very good guests today. One from the medical community and one by the name of Lavelle. Any of the third will give you some highlights from our conversations with both of download it now. It's the bumper to bumper show rap? Talk. Thank our five thirty guests lavelle Neil the third covered a lot of ground with him, including his.

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"lavelle" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

Dan Barreiro

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"lavelle" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

"It's available on this very same channel. This is the best up. This is the gist of our program on Friday, and it has a heavy covid nineteen bent given that we're talking about a couple of things hopefully restarting and one thing that will be cancelled. We hear from lavelle coming up here from Rousseau radio coming up to talk MLB and NHL respectively, but we opened the show today talking about the disappointing news that for the first time since nineteen forty six. There will be no great. Minnesota get together. The State Fair has officially been canceled. We've got no. Correct me if I'm wrong here, guards, we have no. Major. non-manufactured. Sporting.

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"lavelle" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

Dan Barreiro

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"lavelle" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

"As I would assume this would be a great grilling weekend. What he's going to rain tomorrow the Tomorrow Rain, anything or tomorrow afternoon today it is a even texted me back with Bingo that I could put a Bingo piece on the Laval Bingo Alaba Wobble Bingo today. If you have on your sheet, Lavelle calls from a golf course. You could put a wattle Bingo piece on the sheet today he he'd let me not Bingo piece all right because that's a that's a. that's a Friday. Friday thing to when he was off. Usually he's got his golfing buddies, and they go out and play, so there's social distance golfing today. but That's level at five thirty. He'll be hopefully calling us off of the golf course and not on the golf. Course because level takes a long time to play. It's a lot of strokes We've got top five at five. Though coming up or you're GONNA. Be Able to fill it effectively. There ain't a lot going on well. Or is there. and. I shouldn't assume well now. Because some of them have been awful, I'll admit it. Some of the quarantine covid nineteen top fives have been bad I think this one's going to be good. There's no the match not ripping now. I know I think they've been fine beyond what you can do. I'll say that baseball might WANNA pay attention to the top five at five, because every single one of these items. That, I've seen more than for the top five at five. That are newsworthy right now on May fifteenth our football related. Football related, top, five or five, pro or college, both, but obviously pro mostly prong. Is there a flak representation here? PJ knock I could find one though I'm sure I have no doubt another four star.

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What we do (and dont) know about COVID-19 and kids

The Big Story

05:21 min | 1 year ago

What we do (and dont) know about COVID-19 and kids

"Kelli grant is a national health reporter for the Globe and Mail. Hello Kelly hello. Why don't we start this conversation by you? Just telling me about Dr Kate Zinser. Who is she and why does she have such a personal stake in the story? Were talking about today. So doctors sensors epidemiologist. She's at the University of Montreal and she's one of the CO leaders of a study that they're trying to get off ground in Quebec that they hope will tell them a bit more about how often kids actually transmit the corona virus. Now as you said she does have a really personal connection here and that is that I think. She sort of exemplifies the really hard decision that some families are having to make. Because we don't really understand this question about transmission. Her husband has stage four cancer. He's undergoing chemotherapy which makes him sort of the classic immuno-compromised person and she has two kids in the older of those two. Charlie who is six hasn't been called. Apraxia is a motor disorder. It's neurological disorder that affects his speech. And he was really thriving and kindergarten and really doing very well and now of course like everyone. They've had to take him out and because she's in Montreal which is looking at reopening schools on May twenty fifth. She and her family have this choice to make you know. How important is it to have Charlie in school versus? How important is it to protect his father from the possibility of the Krona virus? And if we better understood how likely charlier kids like him were to transmit the virus. That might have an effect on her personal decision. So how do you go about finding that out because I know you know even personally when we talk about sending my daughter back to daycare or other families that we know that's the first thing we wonder about him. We have never seen anything. That really conclusively told us while. That's because nobody really knows. So what doctors in her colleagues at news of Montreal Lavelle? How entered a public health authorities at the provincial and local level in Quebec are trying to do is sort of follow a large group of children at what they would consider sentinel schools and they would try to do testing these children and try to get a sense of how often they actually transmit the virus now? This particular study is still very much in the planning phase and right off the Bat. One of the difficulties. They are running up against his figuring out. What's the testing technology that you can use to follow these children Because as everybody knows there's issues around testing capacity and also some of the kinds of testing that you might WanNa do Can be a bit tough on children like these very diesel spots to. What they're looking at doing is collecting samples of saliva or what are called dried blood spots. Which is where you know you prick your finger and put it on a piece of paper and that know testing can be done through those dried blood spots. But they're actually looking at trying to perhaps collect the samples before some of the technology is perfectly in place so that question of of how they collect and analyze the samples is is a big one for them to start. But of course there still will be the kind of regular Pcr which is a test for the active infection that will still be going on at the same time with any of the children there following are tested through regular means they can follow them and then see these kids take this home and give it to their families. Do they spread it to other children today? Spread it to teachers so they want to follow this cigarette out so we might not have seen anything conclusively But I've definitely seen various conflicting reports. Can you kind of explain a little bit about what we may be? Think we might know about kids role in spreading this. I like how you said. Maybe we might know because that actually sums it up really nicely so there have been some smaller studies done. That seems to suggest not. The children. Don't transmit it. We clearly know that they do some have. It's happened sure. But perhaps they don't play as big a role in community spread as older folks as adults do. And so that comes from a couple of different places. There's been some data out of Iceland's and data out of the Netherlands A pretty interesting study at of Australia. And some looks at helps hold clusters. And what all of these kind of small studies all of which have various weaknesses or various. Caveats what they seem to have come to the conclusion of is it seems like they may spread a little bit less than adults. And there's a couple of different sort of theories about why that may be one of them. Is that children. Do seem for the most part to be more mildly affected by Cova nineteen so some of the thinking is just like even though there is a symptomatic priests and dramatic spread. Going on that you're perhaps less likely to spread it to as many people if you're not you know coughing wildly or sneezing wildly right but of course you know the these. These studies are all imperfect. This stuff is hard to figure out and one of the things right off the bat. Is You know a lot of these. Studies have taken place in an environment. Where school wasn't running as normal. The Australian study I mentioned. Some of the data gathering happened schools. Were technically still open. But after the premium Australian state had encouraged people to keep their kids home. So you know. We're going to get a good answer to this. Only after schools are up and running in a sort of widespread way.

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"lavelle" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"lavelle" Discussed on The Lead

"You can follow Megan. Linda hands coverage of Rose Lavelle and the US women's national team at the Athletic Dot Com. Here's some other stories. We're following at the leadoff. Sorry Red Sox fans this thing is actually happening. We would like to formerly introducing welcome David Price in Mookie Betts good at dodgers the dodgers officially welcomed former MVP. Mookie Betts on Wednesday and former CY young winner David price in a press conference at Dodger Stadium. Back on the field where he won the world series title as a visitor in two thousand eighteen. Bet said there's one simple reason he'll keep wearing number fifty in dodger blue of requested it. I think it was open. So that's why I keep number fifty because nobody wants it. So I've even meanwhile in Cleveland the NFL reinstating Browns Defensive End myles Garrett from his indefinite suspension for his role in a late game brawl. Between the BROWNS and steelers decision comes here. It was suspended indefinitely after hitting steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph with his helmet during a fight on the field in November star. Defensive End was officially reinstated two days after he sat down and met with Commissioner Roger. Goodell on Monday and to Ohio State. Football players were arrested on Wednesday and are facing felony charges of rape and kidnapping defensive backs. Amir reap and Jason went have been accused of raping a woman in Columbus apartment last week. A statement from Buckeyes coach Ryan Days. So that both players have been dismissed from the team from wondering on the athletic. I'm could be the Davidson UNDERSCO. We'll see you tomorrow..

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"lavelle" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"lavelle" Discussed on The Lead

"So this current. Us national team. That rose lavelle is on. This is a very experienced team and it seems like they kind of rely on a core group of more experienced older players are younger players like Roosevelt. Having trouble cracking into this lineup. And is that a concern. Yameen Roosevelt has really kind of locked in her spot in the midfield. I think maybe the the more interesting question is someone like Lindsay Ran. Who is kind of same ballpark age? You know she's getting kind of left out of this current lineup. It is very interesting because there is so much depth on this team. There is an established group of players. Joe Lsu's to like to say last summer that she had you know fourteen fifteen players that she could trust to be that starting core and she could flip players in and out FLACCO end. Enough ski actually said the same thing. After Sunday's final against Canada have Fourteen fifteen sixteen players to step in at any point in time and And Win Big Games. It is hard to crack this lineup. But I think that there might be a little more flexibility in this new system to actually potentially see at least slightly more rotation and you know as his team marches towards the Olympics. What do you expect from this team? And what concerns if any do you have about their ability to to bring home another gold medal? Yeah I mean the the fun part about this. Tournament is the fact that no team has ever won the World Cup and then gone to the Olympics and actually brought home gold. So there's this historical thing the Tangy over the team's head right at the moment. It's kind of hard to truly assess where this team is. I think she believes cup which is coming up in March. It's against England. Spain and Japan and I think those three matches are going to be a lot more instructive in terms of where the team actually is playing against top teams especially on American soil. I think is gonNA give us a slightly better sense of what we're looking at in terms of preferred players and and where people are on the depth chart so there are still spaces on this roster that could go to players that weren't in this tournament. There's there's a lot kind of up in the air still. I think it's really just a matter of. Can they peak at the right time? Can they stay consistent? Kenny's players stay inform. You know where at the moment. It's kind of just a maintaining more than a development and over the past twenty years. I think it's safe to say that the US has more or less dominated the competition but is that changing now or other countries catching up to the US. I think that we've seen the influence of money in Europe. I mean you look at Spain. You look at Italy. These kinds of programs making it deeper into the tournament. I think that it is really going to change the landscape but the depth of this roster and the depth of the overall player pool is still so incredible I think it is inevitable that they eventually lose that investment edge. And we're GONNA see how that plays out but as of right now. They still have such incredible depth that it's going to carry them a little bit longer still and then just bringing back to rose you know as you mentioned she really blossomed under the former. Us coach Jill LS. What will her role be under new head? Coach Vlatko and off-key who is known for playing in his words attractive attacking and aggressive soccer. I think that honestly coach lifelock onto and off ski is probably going to be a really good option for her. Even over the next year in terms of fine tuning things and and just kind of I think he is extremely detail oriented. So there's probably a lot more video work in terms of okay decision making and and just truly just fine tuning that I think is only GonNa make her a much scarier player. Is this to some extent rose levels team now. Yeah I mean I think that it it certainly has the potential to be break with the US national team. It's never really one players team just because this team is so stacked but I think that her creative energy could really infuse the team in a in a different way and I think that the midfield is such a crucial part to this team and really what drives the team and if she is allowed to be kind of the central force of that midfield. I mean it's really hard to ignore players like Julia Roberts Samuel has a tremendous offer. Iq But it's kind of really interesting to view them as a trio and and having rose I think really be kind of the soul of the national team midfield and I think that's kind of where the potential as well Meg enjoy tracking rose over the next few months and the many many photos of the dog that she posts l. every every single day thing.

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Hacks to Make Your Resolutions Stick

Untangle

09:47 min | 1 year ago

Hacks to Make Your Resolutions Stick

"We have a really special treat today to kick off twenty twenty so I imagine most of us have been making some form of resolution the last decade was about x and the next decade is going to be about why Z.. and Ab and see well in order to accomplish X. Y. Z. A. B. and C.. We probably need some plants some way to execute our goals and dreams our guest today. BJ Fog is going to help us do just that. He is one of the world's foremost experts on behavior. Change and how to start in create habits. That are actually GonNa stick and actually going to work so anybody's diet plan. Meditation plans desires for the future that you want to have in the semi perfect perfect you that will be evolving the beautiful butterflied cocoon that we have been in the last decade. Here's a man who may make some portion of those dreams slightly slightly more true welcome bt are no thank you for inviting. It is my sincere pleasure I question how was your New Year's. Oh my gosh it was. It was in transition. It was good. I mean it's great to start a new decade but my book launch has been planned for in years eve two thousand nineteen three days ago for two years. So there's been and we moved from Maui to California and then moved on here to go work So it's been busy but The books out and the response has been really really grade and so I guess the answer is it's been an awesome way to start this decade. So you've started the decade with your New Book Tiny Habits and today you're going to share a little bit about the methodologies that you recommend in it I yes yes. I'm so excited. So if somebody's GonNa make habit change what's the best way to do. It loaded question the way that we've been taught for decades How the culture thinks about habits most of it is wrongheaded takes us in the wrong direction? I'm excited about sharing is a way to create habits into change our life that works in. It's easy in its task. Actually if you do the right way it and it's not guesswork so I'll breakdown. Some of it goes deeper into some of the parts. But first and foremost start with forming habits that you want in not ones that you feel like you should have new years eve all of a sudden just coming to kick me in the ASS. Yes yes you know. What doesn't doesn't work? You know this is kind of what we've been set up is like okay. You just pick a should something you should do and somehow magically you can motivate yourself itself to get it done. I just don't see any evidence in everyday life research networks long-term but what does work is picking what you want want to the tiny Abbas method Hick habits that you want to be super easy and super small. So let's say you want to read more. Yeah so pare that back to not even read one chapter but read one paragraph or maybe even one sentence and then find where that new habit. The teeny teeny. Tiny behavior fits in your life. Naturally in the tiny habits method. You look for wet Kennett come after so reading for example might right lodge by come really well after you sit down on the train on your way to work then you open. Your book can read a paragraph An obvious one that I talk about the law is glossing comes after you brush so the tiny house arrest beaver. That is after I I will fly and in this case it's one tooth 'cause you parrot back to be super tiny and then there's a the third part of the tiny habits method. Is You wire in the habit by what I call celebrating writing you fire off a positive emotion and that helps us. You know that emotions change how our brain works and in this case of the celebration. The positive emotion helps your brain like remember and want to do that behavior again. So you're basically self-reinforcing but you're not doing it how you're doing it deliberately. You have by now. Thousands and thousands and thousands of people have done this. I know you've watched behavioral change categorically step by step over literally tens of thousands of people to identify bit by bit what makes the most effective habit change. Our do have a study where I had. Some people sell a true experiment where people randomize some people celebrated some people didn't celebrate and clearly different effects. It's a fundamental mental piece. I mean when we look at really any discipline. I live a lot in the world of healthcare in the world of meditation in the world of fitness and each of these worlds. We look at how you create habit a change and the behavioral pieces the hardest part we all know there are things that we should do. That are good for us and we just don't do them. Why don't we eat? Well you know. Why don't we exercise as much as we should know? Amount of information is going to actually shift your behavior and the question always is but what does so. Let's talk about one one other thing that most people listening here care about. And it's thing that people most commonly asked me. How do you start the habit of meditation? Or how do you get yourself to meditate meditate more often. Well this is why I like is this is why before we started recording. I told you what a huge fan I am news. Here's why I think meditation a hard habit to wire factors. Were really busy and but I think as we've talked about what why isn't a habit is the feeling of success. Yes it is so hard for people as they start to meditate feel successful they sit down and they still frustrated. I'm guessing I haven't studied up on you know. I know what what needs to be there for the habit to form and I know in my own experience and you know just casually talking to others not studying got scientifically is people. Just sit down notices. How busy their minds are so? They're not feeling successful. So that's not going to wire the habit what I loved about about us. Was it the little birds chirping those celebrations. You did right. I was getting at permission. I'm getting signalled signalled. I was succeeding. And that was a game changer for me because otherwise I don't know if I'm succeeding when I met a day so tonight you've just actually planned my mind because we knew we were doing it when we built it but we didn't have your thesis that it fell into to validate like. Oh we're doing this because it it is the self reinforcement in this way. The lavelle sort of him so because there's no way I can know that I'm doing something with my brandon brainwaves but what the news you you've you've indicated even even people can tune into like that was really stormy and rainy but now it's getting calmer and they lowered the bar for themselves so that you're not hearing chirping. You're able to calm the rain a little bit. That's great again then. Eventually you'll hear turbines like August. While I threw me because I got so excited I was thrown out but later I could bring them on and it just made me. It helped me feel successful so I have to tell you the chirps. The bird trips are actually also away to undermine the goal directed nature of this and bring back a mindfulness principal so everybody the first time they hear bird. If you don't know what it is just like okay. That was a bird as soon as you know that a bird is reward. You're like Oh my God I got a bird and you get really excited. And then the bird flies away so it is our way to suddenly subtly reinforce the habit while at the same time not getting you totally invested in your awards so you have to become come as invested in your rewards as you are in your failures essentially equanimity to them both in order to actually. That's the that's the subtle. Mindfulness awfulness a lesson that we imbued within. I love that well. I think it's great. I think it's terrific now. If somebody doesn't have that product I think to to reframe what successes as a meditators like just sitting on your mad sitting celebrate the fact that you actually did it and and I think the mistake is an expert on meditation. But if you think I'm GONNA have a coal mine like the Buddhist monk and that's the standard of success years Tanaka wire in the habit so just you have to re frame what success in meditation is so you can achieve that Tillis achievable also. You can deal successful every time you meditate every time and and and I think maybe somebody's done it I haven't mapped it all out but you know the simplest thing might be the fact that you actually sat there. You sat on the Mat and you took three mindful brass Bam. I know before I had views but I really focused on was just can I get three breasts without my mind wandering just three just three and it was hard but that was the standard if I could do it. It's like okay good for me. Let's see if I can do it again. Just three US us without my mind going up so it wasn't like a high bar but it was some way that I could feel successful. Oh but that took some effort. I do like the pink. I love that Adams. If you're trying to meditate call you to gotta how to do. Sit on the cushion. If you've nailed sitting on the cushion all you gotTa do is get three breaths.

Jonathan Reinink - Building Modern Monoliths with Inertia.js

Full Stack Radio

10:14 min | 1 year ago

Jonathan Reinink - Building Modern Monoliths with Inertia.js

"I guess maybe the best list of SAR would be talking about like what Inertia Jay actually is? What problems does it try to solve? Especially Ashley with In comparison to the approach that we talked about las on the podcast. Yeah for sure. Let's let's dig in. So I think I think it actually works out pretty well kind of where this conversation ended last time and kind of where I went with that am kind of following that discussion So to recap a little bit which you already did A bit the whole idea that our the whole problem. I was trying to solve When we spoke last time was was really Trying to simplify my applications I was using I build my applications using Lavelle and I use blade read also use view whenever I need some sort of interactivity which in my applications I found that I want to use view more and more it was just just a very natural thing that happened in my apps I have a lot of. My apps are Pretty Standard Web APPs that have forms a lot of forms and what I wanted an often reach for view to kind of help me build those forms and build those pages I kind of not totally satisfied. Fight with what I can produce just Houston Classic Server side server side Tempting and form submissions. So what had happened is I would have my APP which would have all my road to my controllers that would render these blade templates so server side views which inside of them would contain some html and then in addition to that would also have a a certain amount of view components kind of Mixed in with that. HTML and that worked pretty good. This is pretty standard right But the problem that I faced faced with that is I was constantly juggling between my blade templates and my view templates owes I found myself self jumping back and forth from blade to my view components. And I found that like a very UN like Yeah it just didn't feel a very good way to it was kind of just an non efficient Sort of constantly having to shift the two different paradigms between like server side Renner template in language and a fully javascript rendering system. And I think the even the most annoying part was that I would have situations situations where I'd have a page in my APP that I needed to add some sort of simple javascript functionality to it and I would have to I found myself constantly taking these blade templates that I had written and having to convert them over to view templates and I found that kind of a painful process like oh I just want to add this one simple piece of functionality. shirow maybe it's some sort of conditional loading based on state or something else and now I have to go through the process of converting this template to view template. And I just I. I really didn't like that. I just kind of wanted to be able to get in make a change and not have a small little thing. Turn into an hour long job just because I happen to read it in blade originally so that really like pushed me so what. I ended up finding myself doing as this evolve. I ended up finding myself creating these page components so In view so I have these view page components. So what would end up happening. was I'd have my controller. which would render a blade template and that blade template would literally have like one an html element rendered in which was that that page view page component? And then from there I would go and just build the page in view you and it didn't really take long for me to realize that was kind of silly because I had all these into intermediary blade views views that literally did nothing more than just render this view template or yeah this view page component. So that's really what got me thinking. Well maybe there's kind of like a better way of doing this. So that the point of our last discussion. That's where I was at each one of these pages I actually think in in that article. I might have come up with a system where I actually rendered Actually basically created a single view blade view which would render out whatever component passwords. Actually in. Yeah so yeah so that sorry. I'm trying to remember how far I got in that at that stage age so and by what I was doing there is it was still essentially. Every single page load was a full service side. Page load And then I was what I was doing to Kinda give it even a bit more of like the SPCA feel So to avoid the full page loads was using turbo links and turbo links. If you're not familiar with it it's basically Away it's a way within your application to kind of like convert classic server side rendered application creation until like an SPCA and what it does. Basically hijacks click events like link click events and loads the next page. Whatever the pager can go oh too low to using Ajax and just does Does actually like some dom manipulation to replace Whatever the new pages or whatever the existing pages with the new page and it kind of handles all the the history state and whatever else Accordingly and that was cool it felt good it was because now I essentially had an SPA. But I was using kind of classic server side routing and controllers and all that but the the problem with that approach was that turbo links was really not designed for that turbo links was really designed for when you build applications that are fully server side rendered at this point I essentially had an application that was fully client side rendered. I just happened to be curbing it as a more classic basic services up with separate endpoints So it really was kind of like the wrong tool for the job because what ended up happening is turbo links. Just the way a works on every single page load it would completely destroy the current instance of view which are meant which meant on every single page visit. That view had to reboot so to speak and re initialized. And that created a flicker which I wasn't happy with it's amazing the lengths that all go to you as a web developer to avoid a page flicker it really earliest anyway. So that's I'm like how can I get away from this. Page flicker saw aw. I hacked around with her links and kind of the setup for quite a while and then I thought to myself you know what maybe the problem is. I shouldn't be returning. HTML on the subsequent page loads. And that's really when I had like this brainwave idea like well. What if on subsequent page low so the initial so page load it would obviously be an html kind of that that whole standard set up but on subsequent page loads when you click a link instead of returning a full html response? What if it only returned the data in needed for the next page which would be returned as Jason that somehow client side it would know how to replace the current page component with whatever the new page component own? It is right and then pass it whatever necessary props data that page component needs so. That's there's lots of detail in there but we that's a really kind of how how I got to this idea of inertia J s because at that point by doing it that way I could maintain the current view. Instance and in view has this feature I forget what it's called but I think it's it's called dynamic components where you can dynamically switch a component to some other component and And that's really kind of the the the the key feature that inertia uses to kind of make all this possible and that's a that's a feature available and other client side frameworks like Like react in Felton. Yeah well those. Those are the two that I know of that support. That yeah awesome. Yeah so that's a it's a pretty interesting approach for sure I think I think it's probably worth like talking about in a little bit more detail. The exact like song and dance. That actually happens because I think that'll help people understand exactly what you're trying to do. So I'll kind of explain. I guess like the way I understand. Did you tell me what I got right. And what's wrong the way that I understand. It is like so so kind of like your approach reason before inertia the very first response that you get from like your larval ob is basically the same that you would get with their previous approach. You make a request to the server some html all comes back in that html. There's like a a tag somewhere with like an APP. Id or something something that says like hey view. This is where you're going to mount onto and you have some data attributes on there that kind of says this is the compage component that you should be loading and like this is the props for for that. Should we passed into that page. And that's all stuff that comes from the server so in your controllers. You're basically instead of returning a traditional blade you you're you're basically returning a little data instruction that says this is the component. This is the props on. That should be used so you get that. HTML back Inertia his job at this point is Israeli. Just like sort of parsing out the information from your html like those data attributes and stuff and telling view like hey render this component and render it with these props so then view takes over boots up mount itself to that route element. renders the component there and stuff but then subsequent navigation is work. It's really

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Jim Leavelle, lawman at Lee Harvey Oswald's side, dies at 99

NPR News Now

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Jim Leavelle, lawman at Lee Harvey Oswald's side, dies at 99

"A longtime dallas. Police detective captured in an iconic photo after the assassination of president john f kennedy aside. Jim lavalle was ninety nine years old from member station k. e. r. You're a sawn reports. Lavelle is the detective seen in the photo wearing a light-colored suit and a white stetson hat with a shocked look on his face he he was handcuffed to kennedy's assassin. Lee harvey oswald walking him through police headquarters oswald grimaces as local nightclub owner. Jack ruby shoves a handgun into into oswald's ribs lavelle recalled the shooting in two thousand seven from the show him standing with a pistol in his side until they pull the trigger is just a little over one checkup so you can't do too much in that length of time. Lavelle later worked to debunk conspiracy theories about the case. His daughter told the associated press. Her father died thursday during a visit to

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"lavelle" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"lavelle" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"When how old were you there. I had like my little like chicken wings as a <hes>. That's the cheek. She had the chicken wing case you started. She famously that young yeah that's that's still insanely impressive like you knew from from the beginning from when you dressed up as mia hamm when you're gosh i can't do the math at quicken ahead really young like you've just always wanted this i i i always wanted to be on this team and then i now i am. I heard that yeah that's crazy yeah yeah. That's so nuts here on it. Yeah the team the one only yet so don't yeah do you like wake. Government like this is pretty dope. I'm on the team. <hes> tom time yeah. No not really i do to ashes to be like still the dream though not on the team. Was it sorry i know i'm still going but this is really interesting to me. Was it hard when you were in school trying to balance no. She used the chicken wings not like little school like college like oh. I mean college is like i almost feel like easier to miss class because you don't have all the like little assignments like you do in high school so it's like you. Just gotta grab your notes from someone that was there but there is a game and you had your homework like written on your hand. Oh yeah and that is hysterical. Could you stop her up really early. I just you know two thousand seventeen early but for very different reason he wrote your homework on your hand. Sorry that's okay. It's dick five and gets adorable. I did my homework on my hand because sometimes i forget my homework. I like soccer more not more than homework yeah now so sometimes if i was off doing soccer things i'd forget about my homework so that was just a great way to relate of good. I get home and i'm like gimme that homework work not for me. I wanna do work at home. The origin afraid we got k. all right rose. We can't keep you any longer so that thank you for making faces for us. Thank you for reading my faces. Thank you for giving us the bark and we're working that right. It's the chiller that makes it hard <unk> bark charette barkley burglar note. Lets workshop it yeah and then we'll talk next time yeah. We'll figure it out when you send katie. The dance dance video will have some titles of the show ready to provide with. You're gonna send me dance video right that on your hand. That's your homework. Thank you so much for doing this. In for hanging out and for getting into lebron's party is my owner. We really appreciate thank you interface right. Now is like the biggest smile just means that she's so happy and she just made a bunch of best friends so that was roosevelt big. Thank cuter roosevelt big sorry lavelle who actually didn't see mad about it at all but <hes> i am so tired she was super chill all all like i'm gonna puke okay chilled that she that like i think if i weren't sick and our normal like me that her children would have been very like disarming to me. She's like very she's so chill. I wanna make sure people understand. She's very chill in the best way. Yeah i loved her. I just wanna talk about dogs. Are you just trying to delay singing enough. I am you can tell time. It's obvious i'm doing that this time. Pay well flu game michael jordan out here. We're going to get to one more voicemail <hes> in a second right after the address about simplisafe podcast also brought to you by simplisafe ashley think we'll keep it like nice and low key chill and honor of rosal elevator so can you tell us about simply safe <hes> to the tune tune of lisa loeb. Stay oh boy guys..

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"lavelle" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"lavelle" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"Anyway. Anyway i think once we kind of calm down and i think we kind of really enjoyed ourselves did set the mood of before she was like. Why was she five minutes late. Ah why is she wearing sweatpants and the same shirt she were yesterday like wiser hair. Not it's not down. It's not up. It's just sort scott like a rat tail. Oh i don't choose judging then. No i mean it. Maybe not maybe i was projecting but i think there was just this energy of like what is happening here and then i was like cool you guys just keep chatting. I'm gonna go throw up she. I was like okay so i think we're fine now. Point is the other option was to not do this and i was like our listeners would be devastated if they knew that we had had j. went through a lot to book roosevelt for this podcast and if we were like yeah. Katie just didn't feel good so we didn't do it. So is it our best. No is it rose lavelle yeah so how here's roosevelt <hes> thank you for doing. This is so exciting. Hey hey so excited. I don't even know how to start because i know that as soon as we tell everybody that the person we have on the podcast with us. Today's rose lavelle. Everyone's gonna freak out. Hi rose hi. How are you own good. I don't know if you know everybody listens to our podcast and obviously us big fans of rose lavelle well. No i didn't get a huge deal in it's not just because one time i needed to get into a party and i might have said i was rose lavelle. It's not just because of that. It's also your tweets. You got good tweets. It's people say that we talked about this at the s._p. Party look very briefly and i was surprised that i i went up to her. Just remember saying you've got such good tweets normally a person's reaction to that. It's like okay and she was like. Thank you so much as honored and yet. You've got really good tweets. Wow do we have some of those good tweets. Yeah we have a bunch. It's going to be hard to pick which ones we want to dive into got there so good hair here we go. We have rose's best tweets. You want us to frame these view. I'm like waiting to see what's wrong. For may of twenty nineteen i made the mistake of trusting.

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Corporate risk, opportunity from climate change

Climate Cast

04:29 min | 2 years ago

Corporate risk, opportunity from climate change

"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America financing clean energy initiatives and advancements in renewable energy and spurring innovation and the growth of environmentally focused companies markets and jobs Bank of America, NA, member FDIC. Corporate risk and opportunity from climate change. I'm NPR chief meteorologist Paul Hefner. This is climate cats. Coke worries about water supplies, AT and T lost six hundred million in weather, disasters and Home Depot. Sees prophets. A new report details climate change risks opportunities and bottom line impacts for major companies. Chris FLA Val covers climate change and business for Bloomberg news, real gannet. But I think the most relevant and pressing threat. His can we keep on doing what we do making? What we make an selling what we sell in a world in which climate change gets worse and worse. And and how do we deal with that? You know, you mentioned coke that is jumps right off the page. Right. Of Coca Cola is showing concern about water resources because they may not be able to find water to bottle their product in some areas. Isn't that a big red flag for many? Companies on climate change. Yeah. You know, the thing that you notice reading through these reports is of the companies that responded, which is an all of them. But a lot of them. I looked at the biggest companies by market capitalization. It's pretty hard to find companies that dispute the notion that climate change will threaten their profitability or their strategy. There seems to be a wide degree of consensus on that question. It means something, and it's not good, or at least the risks are real. And they're serious. Chris businesses look at risks. And they look for two days, I found the apple comments in your story kind of interesting our iphones as an emergency response device. The most surprising part of all this probably is the interesting ways in which companies say they can increase their revenue and apple is a great example. I thought this notion of banks saying, hey, our customers, you need money to deal with this and we can help with that. We can help them fund new things. I gotta build Home Depot saying people are gonna need. More air conditioners, more ceiling fan things like that. And then of course, what can you do with an iphone which I never thought of before? So one could see this as I guess, a good news story where people societies and communities and individuals will have a whole range of new needs that they might not even thought of yet and degree that companies actually respond by offering new things that meet those needs. It doesn't solve the problem. But maybe it makes things less acute. We are all sailing into uncharted waters. Here it seems Chris Lavelle covers climate change and business for Bloomberg news. Thanks for talking about your reporting today on climate cast pay me on. My name's Dan Kruger. I'm twenty four I moved to the tons as a couple of years ago, and I bought an electric car because I was curious about it. And I think it's a much better way to travel. I've always kind of been tackled obsessed, and I come from it from that angle, and sort of through that reading blogs and things I come out to tesla cars, and that really turned me into electric vehicles. I'd like to think that I would be interested in anyway with without tesla influence, but I think that's kind of the whole point of that company. Is it makes cars that people care about not because they're efficient or because they're good for the environment. But because they're fun and cool. I got my car two years ago roughly, and I bought it used from tesla directly the experience of owning. It has been really simple. I mean, it's a lot like any other car and frankly easier in most respects, I don't need to get all changes or anything like that. I bought a couple sets tire so far. I like to think of it like the more people that are early adopters now, and I still think of this as early even though there's a ton of electric cars on the road. Personally. It's more about helping create demand for the infrastructure. So people install more chargers, which ultimately, I think is kind of the pickle. You'd be surprised at how relatively easy. It would be a lot of people to have an electric car. Even as a second one out of the two cars in your family, and a lot of those people could on a purely selfish level. Save a ton of money driving to work in back. You're driving twenty miles a day. You're going to be spending a lot less money on electricity than you would be on gas. That's climate cast. I'm NPR chief meteorologist Paul Hefner.

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What Tech Companies Are Doing About Climate Change

The Big Story

14:16 min | 2 years ago

What Tech Companies Are Doing About Climate Change

"As reports about the looming impact of climate change become harder and harder to deny every company on earth is facing tough choices. A rapidly changing ecosystem is the world's biggest disruptor. So nearly every industry regardless of their public stance on climate change or any lobbying. They're doing is planning for an uncertain future. And they are using the same data that so far hasn't seemed to motivate many governments to treat this as an emergency money talks, though. And a new report reveals the ways that various high profile companies are doing their best to mitigate the losses. And of course, to maximize the profits of a world that might be on fire or underwater or both. Is it ethical is it responsible is that ironic that companies are taking action faster than most countries, or is that just inevitable after all they've got shareholders to report to and most governments just have people. So how does a company business plan for prophets amid disaster? And is it really a branding win. If people are using your app to plan their escape route to higher ground. Jordan, heath Rawlings. And this is the big story. We'll look back at this time that we spend debating what it is real. And I think that might have been time we could use talking about how to deal with it and companies are clearly already at that point. Christopher Lavelle is Bloomberg's climate adaptation reporter Christopher that is a fascinating title. It's it's the only thing I cover what does that entail because I actually feel like I feel like we should start the interview here now because that's a fascinating job description to me, it it is so in the realm of climate change most of the journalists on the climate beat ten to write broadly. Speaking about emissions, which is transportation, it's energy. It's international accords. Everything has to do with human activity that causes more greenhouse gases to answer the atmosphere. I've got sort of a different part of the beat which is. What happens to businesses governments people Connie's buildings infrastructure as a result of those emissions? What's the what's the effect? And then as the name suggests how do we adapt to that? What do we change? What are we not change? How do we try to prepare for what climate change means in sort of tangible human terms, so a number of high profile companies from around the world, but you focused on the ones in America have kind of had to quantify the impact of this will have to their business. How do they have to look at climate change with regards to their bottom line? Yes. The survey data and the reports I looked at focused on two different impacts of climate change on big companies. The I was where the risks they face risks to their operations risks to their customers risks to their supply chain. How would hurt them in other words and to my surprise these company? Has tended to be pretty candid about this of variety of impacts that they expect whether that is Coca Cola saying that they might face water shortages at their bottling plants around the world. Data companies tech companies saying that their data centers might be harder to heat harder, cool because of water and electricity and then companies with sprawling supply chains. The modern company tends to have opperations all over the place and to get inputs from all over the place. And I think rightly most these companies said we're worried about the increase in extreme weather and sea level rise. And what that will mean for our ability to keep getting all the components. We need for business from around the world. The me was on what what's fasten? But this is the sort of variety of effects banks in America saying that they're worried that some portion of their mortgage portfolio could default as homeowners either go underwater or probably more more concerning just stop carrying flood insurance. And then go underwater, so this is sort of an interesting way into how companies group of entities with a lot of money in the line CD's risk. Six and what really jumps out at you is there's no debate in the corporate world about whether this is real there's no debate about whether it's going to happen soon. It's happening. The only debate is the specific impacts be and how bad in addition to the risks these companies see from climate change. They went into even more impressive candor about what they see the opportunities. So mostly companies that file these reports listed override of ways in which they think that the effects of climate change could produce more revenue them whether that is more demand for existing products or finding new products to sell so some sort of some examples that I think fit that you had drug companies saying that as diseases that are currently mostly confined to the tropics spread to developed countries. That'd be more demand for malaria treatments, other kinds of troppled disease treatments. You had banks saying that as we get more and more disasters the morning to finance rebuilding. And and they'll be around to take advantage of that you had Google saying that there'll be more demand for some of its Google earth engine products as people want to better witness what's happening to the world. To me that it's a branding. It could be construed as a branding win. Yeah. And you know, I think I tried in the peace to avoid attaching any kind of, you know, ethical or moral lens to this. I I don't I don't think there's any reason to assume that there's anything untoward about this. If anything as a journalist, I tend to take the view that transparency all those people is is best. And so again, I'm impressed by how willing companies word to discuss in in terms that weren't always obviously cloaked in PR type language, but we're rather speaking directly, I think to investors saying this is what we're looking at in terms of more sales. I also try to stay away from predictions. But I think the following prediction is pretty safe. I think five years from now ten years now, we'll look back at all this time that we spend debating whether this is real and think that might have been time we could use talking about how to deal with it and companies are. Clearly already at that point. Right there already saying how do we adjust? How do we protect ourselves where we can how do we move up rations it? I mean, it's it's hard to avoid drawing the analogy with governments it it's a level of of frankness that you don't often see from governments especially United States when it comes to dealing with climate change rather than sort of p skating or arguing about whether it's happening. How do these companies and you talk to some of them game out these scenarios do they have a team that's kind of projecting various different things. And then they're adjusting with each one or they going with a certain type of research or they just speaking in more general terms. So I think I think most big companies have fairly sophisticated risk management operations in general and often that's the part of the company that will deal with climate risk. Even beer companies will have specific teams of whether it's meteorologists or climate. Logistics or just general scientists looking at the stuff there is an amazingly well-developed ecosystem at least in the US, I've companies that specialize in predicting climate risk in specific areas and disaster types and the economy, so there's a there's no shortage of places to get this data. And I think what we're seeing what surprising here is that the companies are using it. Right. And if you are so inclined as a company, or is it government to find out what's likely to happen in a given area this year next year five years now that trend data those predictions those are out there. Right. So I think one thing you here in the US is why why worry about climate change? We don't even know what's going to happen. This argument that we don't know what's going to happen true on its face. But true for every prediction what we certainly know is what the trends are. And what we're seeing with these companies is they're not waiting for some elusive degree of certainty to start planning for this their content. To make plans based on the imperfect information that we have and make what seemed to be pretty specific plans based on that. Are we starting to see already that there will be maybe not even specific companies but specific industries who will be sort of the winners and losers as this continues to progress. So there's different views on that. Certainly agriculture is a sector that you hawk and here is going to see a lot of action on this. Whether it's good or bad. We don't know big affects on agriculture, but also lots of room to innovate for companies that are forward looking banking certainly will be affected because the companies that banks lend money to could could be in trouble real estate, at least in the US. I think there's no university in which climate change doesn't have a huge impact on real estate. We don't really know if on balance it'll be positive or negative the insurance industry will be almost uniquely exposed to the effects of climate change. What we don't know about insurance is how well they'll be with that risk. Certainly there have been disastrous in the past Hurricane Andrew in Florida. And I think ninety two great example that really caused the insurance industry to stay or, but I think insurers are pretty alert what's going on. And I my sense that they'll find a way to price that risk into their policies. So it's not clear at this point. If there's any particular injury that would just collapse because of climate change, I think in most industries as with most companies, it's a mix of pretty severe risk. But also -tunities I don't get a sense from my reporting that there's any particular sense of panic in anyone sector, but I do get the sense that there's a sense of a mood of uncertainty and and concern, but also, you know, the the attempt to think how can we get ready for this? How many of these companies are acting right now on these assessments and actually changing the way they? Do business today. So that's that's the great complaint that you hear from environmentalists or groups that focus on climate risk based say that there's an element of PR here that for all the candor with which companies talk about this stuff. It's often not clear just what they're doing to prepare for it to actually change their operations it. It's always gonna be anecdotal. I get the sense that companies changing their behavior are still the exception that in general, there's a lot of sort of preparing and modeling and thinking about what to do. But not a lot of significant changes yet. Now, it's not that's the wrong way to go. If you're a company, you could say, look, we we're not going to change our business model until we have to. But what we're doing to be responsible is to be prepared for the moment when we have to whether that's a particular big storm, or you know, really serious effect on there. But yeah. Definitely the the skeptics take on all of this is that for all their planning and their discussion. They still aren't really ready for the next superstorm. And I think that's certainly a fair concern. But the kind of concern that you can't really test until something big happens should ordinary people be looking to model their behavior after what some of these companies are doing like, should we be looking at our investments with an eye to how the various places we've got money invested are going to be impacted. I think definitely anybody who's got funds that are actively managed should talk to whoever's manuals fun. Just just say what's your approach here? I mean, the problem with that is if you're just a typical investor it's not clear how much better you can do it planning for this. Then whoever is running your money. But I think certainly making sure that your portfolio manager is thinking about it is the first step, but I'm not commit. Anybody in the world of finance who really has a good idea of how to deal with these threats and take advantage of them. But again that baseline question of are you thinking about it is probably the one to be asking at this point as you're doing your reporting. Is there any area where you think we're adapting well to this not necessarily just in business. But in terms of of all the areas, you look at, you know, the the optimist in me would like to say, yes. Oh blind. I'm afraid I'm afraid that. You know, the the sweep of change attached with global warming is so significant that I think it might be a little bit too early to say which things were doing. Well, I I don't think we've even got our heads around which areas will require the most adaptation, let to ask me how to do it certainly in the US. There's parts of the country that are most exposed to flooding and storms and little rise. Louisiana is the best example, they're sort of they're already looking at ways to discourage people from remaining or building by coastlines that are going under water and how to relocate those who want help those are really hard discussions. And I think other parts of the country will be there eventually. So I think at this point success is probably best defined as confronting the problem. But in terms of finding solutions that work. It doesn't seem like we're there yet. I

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"App your breaking news and traffic now at three thirty one jackie lynn and here is our top story happening right now l meraj elementary schools been evacuated police investigation school district officials confirmed that a note was found on campus students were taken to a local high school but they will return by bus to el mirage elementary at three forty five president trump appearing angry after the fbi raided the offices of his personal attorney michael cohen yesterday president trump has frequently called special counsel robert mueller's probe a witch hunt then he's blasted muller's team as biased against him on monday he was asked why not just fire molar well i think it's a disgrace what's going on and we'll see what happens but i think it's really a sad situation when you look at what happened in many people have said you should fire him special counsel tie cop who's always quick to shoot down any considerations in discussions of potentially firing muller has so far not commented karen travers abc news the white house new poll shows that young voters are energized for the midterms in a way not seen for several elections the poll of more than two thousand eighteen to twenty nine year olds harvard's institute of politics says overall thirty seven percent of eligible voters under thirty will quote definitely be voting in this year's midterm fourteen points higher than what we found in two thousand fourteen points fire than the last wave election we we saw in two thousand and ten polling director john volpe says young democrats are driving most of the enthusiasm fifty one percent of them say they will definitely vote compared to the thirty six percent of republicans who say the same mark remillard abc news if you can't say something nice don't say it in all debates manager torey lavelle will sit out tonight's game and serve a one game suspension for major league baseball his use of profanity towards saint louis catcher yada your molina during a game on sunday earned him that suspension molina also got a one game ban and he's appealing the penalty let's check on traffic and weather now it's been a hot day we'll tell you just how hot and a moment right now detour dan in the valley chevy dealers traffic center thank you very much becky.

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"Earlier and you're right and that's not his pitch and that's where everyone wants to go on him is up in a way so you take it and i think the bigger question was honestly sort of the electron strike zone is that something that we ever wanna get near because no it enough i'm just saying you know that's you know that's in the world today you know the way baseball operates who knows whether we're logo with it but that was that was that that call at the end of the game was it made it a baseball game that's what a game is all about with umpiring and look what happened in saint louis today with arizona retarded lavelle oh the manager of the diamondbacks comes out and screaming and yelling about a pitch yada air molina when and and framed and said to the empire how do you let this so and so keep framing it and the molina jumped on and you know it's part of baseball it's part of what makes baseball baseball is that that call at the plate it is the one thing that is is up to the empire so i appreciate it you have a you have a good handle on what it takes to head i'll tell you that how'd you learn all that would you believe.

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