24 Burst results for "Linnet"
The 1914 Visit That Changed Australia
"So do australians have a show really enthusiasm for scientists and does it. Matter will consider a book based on a visit over one hundred years ago when three shiploads of scientists from the british association here and thousands turned out. It was like the beatles. Fifty years later professor linnet. Russell is director of indigenous studies at monash and book is called a trip to the dominions. The scientific event that changed australia net russell. I'm fascinated to hear that. The british association advancement of science which is similar to the one. We used to have an aesthetic or dan's s. And of course the triple. As in america which is still going strong is one hundred ninety now and was just before the first world war nineteen fourteen. I think it was three phipps and one hundred seventy. Five scholars came out to australia for war. What was the purpose. What was the plan. There's a couple of things that the federal government really wanted to do. The first thing was they wanted to showcase australian science so they were keen to bring these scholars almost overwhelmingly min to australia. So that they could show off. Innocence thou- early development of science and they were very very excited about the opportunity it had been talked about for several decades prior to the actual nine hundred fourteen meeting because they had in the nineteenth century thought about whether or not they could get to australia and in fact went to south africa. And the thing that really amazed me as well beyond the scale with the ships and all the rest of it is that when the various scholars from britain arrived they had public events to which thousands turned up even then. It is absolutely astonishing. If you look in the back of the report there are literally thousands upon thousands of names and these are sort of just ordinary everyday people their mechanics for many palms and their schoolteachers from essendon and from someone from q. And this is the melbourne part. And they've got just so many average people who obviously had a great interest in science and we're very cain to come in here from the world's greatest scientists
Create Killer Content that Gets Bums on Seats, with Ben Lifton
"Me just start off this conversation because content kind of sounds obvious to a lot of us an yet content. Yeah craft content. What what we talk about. Because some people have no idea when we say christ great content. Greg i we are united way creating tapped your platform for you communicate to your community with. That's basically will comes in. Its continues anything that you create as a professional as a film This as as stein's wherever you are you're creating content to communicate to your community and your fun on social media or google mail on emails for example side. It could be images videos. Podcasts britain articles. your santeria. The actual design of the interior not crabbie's contact like it needs content in. It's not just an empty talks so everything is contact when when you start to realize the opportunities round creating amazing content for your brown's the a just an obstacle endless linnet basically you do see. Sometimes people will. I've heard he said. I dunno what content to create content in everything. We do wherever you know. We took in your bums on seats getting into e. You've got to really identify what it. What is your message. I guess before you go out that we content then exactly and then is making sure that when you off when you do your take. For example wind duty professionals suspecion always asks. Are you communicating to consumers to a client or you communications heritage easy prize. Mary very very very different. And that defines which direction you go in. I guess we've where you can guy. We content pretty much. I think that that is very slight roots. And any any topic. Eric schmidt come to everyone can create content but the the difficult thing is creating engaging content that fox conversation stocks an immersion the Get stop following for example on your social media to ditch that current stars and movie to begin with you. i'm not takes time and be creativity to content create and it was. It takes a lot of of dedication to 'cause it's not nice success in your to create engaging like binge while the context. I'm gonna like this conversation lot today. This row vice straight or they send you know from from a personal point of view that were heckled live and we kind of always been narrow on social but it has been learning process for me. And i know what i'm getting riot times and sometimes eats i think when i talked to experts like yourself bent on this subject. The one thing that probably you would say it is planning content rather than just winging it is not acceptable because there are days where missing. I haven't got a plan. But i think that kind of works. He sent on my phone. I'm ready to go with them. What's your take on that. That's where you're just explaining that all of the fact that your sometimes gang an idea when you find the having debt and that's because you become confident as a content creates because you can see. 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Doc Rivers was set to take break, says he 'couldn't turn down' opportunity to coach Philadelphia 76ers
"A week after Doc rivers in the clippers parted ways the sixers introduced rivers as their new head coach yesterday docks that he wasn't willing to coach just anyone but the talent and Philly made it a tough opportunity to turn down. That was gonNA coach anybody I can tell you that I was ready to take a break and. It just depends on the team that was available, and if I thought that team in my opinion was ready to win. That excited me and when you look at these players as young players and their potential. The fact that they've had. So much success in some ways at the age is that they are already. And where I believe they can go for me is is a job you just couldn't turn down. and. That's why I'm here. Certainly a loaded roster Zach Thomas still here with us with Steven you're up first at the end of the day, which is the tougher Doda to coach. Do you think it's PG thirteen and? Or would you go in beat and Simmons for dot? To to me, it's a Koala MPG. It's a tough. It's a tough situation because of where they are in their careers. Your I if you are a wild linnet, you're a two-time champion, the two time NBA Finals MVP portly. You're a bit indifferent as a personality. You're very businesslike approach. You go out doing what you need to do as it pertains to doing your jobs your job but in terms of galvanizing the troops around you, that's not Hawaii. Limit is you search around you talk around NBA circles that's what you consistently here in the case of. Paul George Obviously Paul Georgia's one of the more talented you know two way players in the NBA. He's a star, but unfortunately in his postseason career particularly, this postseason that was not the case and if your doc rivers and you walked into that situation, you got guys the veterans they're established stars they've got set in their ways. They believe there's a certain way to do things and what have you, and as a result, it ended up being an incredible challenge particularly when you consider what doc rivers had to absorb once Leonard Arrive Kawhi Leonard Arrive. At once Paul George Wounded Forces the clippers to trade to form in order to acquire Paul George because that's the person that he wanted to play. He wanted to play with he was GonNa practice what he felt necessary use GonNa take games off in terms of game you know load management when he wanted to he was gonNA play when he wanted to during the regular season of course, always available during the players but all of these things assist to what makes life difficult for coach particularly when you have ownership making these kind of investments that's problematic in the case of New Philadelphia Yes embiid, and Ben Simmons are young. And you gotTa get a Ben Simmons to shoot the boy only attempted seven three point the entire season last year Joel embiid attempted one, hundred, seventy two. So one guy needs to get the pulse more and stop having this big backside on a on the perimeter and the other guy needs to develop a perimeter shot. So he could be much more of a formative formidable threat, but they both incredibly young they both got a lot of promise and a lot of future. Ahead of them and they able, you know they're trainable to some degree as opposed to be definitively set in their ways because they don't have any definitive set ways that has really really worked for them and I think that's the difference. That's why I'd say it's it's tougher to coach. Kawhi Leonard and Paul George at this stage particularly for Doc rivers and what he had to deal with last year with the clippers then it would be for him to coach Embiid. EMBIID. And Ben Simmons.
Heavy Metal? Not Us.
"All right. I had to actually check that I hadn't done an episode on this before. Because it's a perfect episode, the kind of thing that I thought I would have done early on So this is episode four. We're going to call this heavy metal, not us. Okay, so the idea here is. We're going to be talking about the concept of bans that aren't particularly heavy metal bands that, for some reason, end up making amazing, amazing heavy metal when they get to it and possibly why that might happen you know the idea to do this I've always thought this concept and debated it with a lot of people, but I was actually on earlier today on Pete Pardo's sea of tranquility, and we were doing a deep cut dive on bluest her cult, and it kind of rambled around to this this topic. And he said this was a great example of that and I was thinking, is it a great example of that is definitely an example of that. But I, but I kind of got to thinking that bluish are cult complicated case, but there are other bands that are even better examples of this so I thought. That will be my next episode. So this is how this came about now I, want to give you a little history on this idea, so you know essentially we're not. We're not here to to debate bands like For example there are bands throughout heavy metal, history, or whatever rock history that don't consider themselves. Heavy metal bands that do a lot of heavy metal. Classic example is when Lemme gets up there alive and says we're motorhead. We play rock and roll right. Little More Lemme later maybe but also black Sabbath talk. We're blues, Band and deep purple you know, says various things you know where we're at Jan, were progressive, rock band. We're jazz, rock band, red jazz band whatever whatever sort of floats their boat, but they usually don't say we're a heavy metal band. Now more in of these examples later on, but to go right back to the beginning. You know it's interesting that this concept you know. Mike, my good friend, Ralph Chapman. We always have these debates over Banger, or we did when we were there in these meetings to put together these shows and stuff where where it's always like the Beatles did everything I well so. Here's an example of this happening so in a way. Helter skelter is an example of kind of doing this I and I interviewed Paul McCartney back for my Queen Book Awhile Ago. And after we were done talking about queen you know I. I asked him a few other things and We were talking about helter skelter, and this is what he told me. I think that heavy metal came out of a desire to rock into rock, big and dirty and loud, and for that you don't have to have rules you talk about what made us do. Helter skelter desire to rock, dirty and loud, and when I listened to it now I think Oh. Gosh I thought it was louder dirtier than that? Because Times have changed, but I think it's just that if you're in a rock and roll band, and your soul is anchored in the Sea of rock and roll and you want to do it, you WanNa participate to your fullest. Fullest and sometimes that means being dirty. Being loud guitar are famous for turning up to eleven, and that's very understandable. Desire I. Mean I still now when I get with my band. We're at a soundcheck just strapping on my electric guitar, kicking it a pedal tearing it up. That's the spirit that kind of goes through rock and roll. You know it's a thrill anyone who has ever owned an electric guitar and put it through. An amp knows that thrill so I think that's where it all came from the desire to just thrash out. That's why we did helter skelter. Now. This doesn't include kind of the back story about Pete Townsend, saying you know where the loudest heaviest band in the world and Paul McCartney's natural. You know competitive nature to to compete with with the WHO and a and this is kind of this narrative. That they were trying to out heavy. The WHO so here's a band who's not a heavy metal band by any stretch of imagination. Just saying right, you want heavy metal. Let's let's give you some heavy metal I seem to recall I might have talked about this in another episode, but but excuse me in that pursuit, because some of these bands that we're gonNA. Talk about here. I have talked about another APSOS, but I'm going to be talking about specific specific to this concept. So, hopefully we'll be a You know a different dynamic when we're talking about these bands now. One other quote before we get to our first one, this one even more infocus a puts together this concept, so this is from Scott. Gorham from thin. Lizzy and I've always loved this quote. and we're GONNA include thin. Lizzy later on, but we'RE NOT GONNA. Do this song in honor of. Basically Scott Gorman thin, lizzy. We're going to include thin lizzy, but they fit perfectly anyway so. We were talking about Angel of death, which is which is a a very heavy metal song on the renegade album from nineteen eighty-one. He says yeah, absolutely bub-bubba calling weather sucks. We never We never ever put ourselves in the medal stakes. We always consider ourselves hard rock band, which to me just entails a little bit more in the songwriting side, rather than just heavy metal guitar riffs going constantly through all the songs, but yeah, we did not want to go down the metal road to us. The metal thing and I don't mean this any. Any disrespect to any of the guys, but it seemed a little corny to us, so we tried to avoid that side of it, and plus we knew that there were a lot of guys out there. That did that kind of John, well, but it was just one of those tracks where we recorded it. Listen back to it and for a time there. It wasn't one of our favorites. But yeah if anybody actually called. US, heavy metal, we would actually jump all over them, and the correction would start there, you know. We considered ourselves in absolute hard rock band, but definitely not a metal band the difference between the two genres. Band, it all depends on the riff drum groove in the guitar riff, whereas with hard rock, it's all about the groove and the lyrics and the melody the song and that's why we went out of her way to explain that we are a heavy metal or are. We are a rock band. And then fill linnet, said That's one of the facets of You know what I was just told Interesting side note by one of the listeners I always said Phil Line it for years and years and years, and then I was corrected, and said Phil Lynnette for years and years and years, and now I've been corrected again with a little bit of proof that it is in fact, fill line at Because he says that Phil used to say when he was correcting people, he would say line it. Why not? So there you
'Marsquakes' Could Reveal How Mars Was Built
"The Linnet Mars has Mars quakes although the quake's that we see on Mars are actually more similar to the kinds of things you see in the middle of plates on the Earth what we call interplay earthquake
"linnet" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
"And then in that shit becomes less of a chip and more of confidence. You get into more of a stride, you know, in, in, in a lot of reflection in learn you learn humble how to be humble through, she a force of nature. So I think I think it definitely starts out that way for most people. Yeah. I read that too. When I look at my situation with my father being out of the picture, I think, to myself, now, we're that such a priority for me as a father, that comes from not wanting to be like that. Like a she'll which your dad Hollick or no, not on. I mean he he's gonna drugs and alcohol in, in non picture. Yeah. So I didn't have that example. I didn't have that around. And now I refuse to let that happen for my kids. So you're you're running from something. So what you running towards. I think being dumped the model father in does that have a limit. No business doesn't either no Linnet wife doesn't either, you know. Yeah. It's interesting as you talk about other people's standard or expectation. Right. Because a lot of tried to do that to prove to other people on the problem is that it's usually lowered. Right. It's lower than what you should be holding yourself, too. I remember when I was early in my financial planning practice, we had a trainer come into our office, and he was a high producing advisor game into our office do some training and are generally at the time said you should come to this office, you're going to be the highest producing you'd be highest producing agent in this office. And remember, he looked at him stone cold and said, I don't want to be the highest producer in this office. I want to be the highest producer, period. And that's what happens when we fall prey to comparing ourselves that everybody else because what will inevitably do surround ourselves with people who aren't as as far along track is, we are so that we can be better than the next. Why? I think that goes with thinking big to is like surrounding yourself with the right people. That's why I'm honored to be here with you guys is because what you're doing within your business. I see that I have aspirational growth for the same things. And I gotta put myself in that environment, Bryan. Bryan moved here from Ohio. Yeah. That's right. Yeah. I grew up in the state of Maine. But, you know, everybody said it was crazy, when, you know, I, I had so I went to school went back to school for business. Graduated had a job lined up for financial company it flopped, last minute, I was out. I fell back on what I knew, and that was doing concrete Zuber three years, I started doing concrete. I started a side business, and I was doing those things and I was actually making pretty good money doing concrete work, my way up. I was leading a team finishes. And. I had made some smart financial decisions bought a foreclosed home in the midwest, which was everywhere rebuilt it myself. So I was pretty comfortable and I had just went up to Maine on a break to visit family. And I was training to get soon I could sought out the factory very early on when it was. Fairy new and walked in the same year. Backtracking of it. But the same year I was graduating from school for business. I had a professor. Tell me that American manufacturing was dead. And at another one say now it's cyclical. Don't worry, it'll come back and I, I became kind of obsessive with this. And when I found out about origin, that's what brought me up there and wanted to train through, of course. So I walk into the factory the factory and I see the loom running weaving fabric, if you don't know anything about looms, not only is it crazy, but you can't just there's not a lot of places in the United States, where you can go in and watch a loom run. I saw this and it was it was a. A moment when I knew like to intellectual people that I highly respect it lot, one was right. And one wrong. Who? And that was so motivating for me. I went back to a high. Oh..
"linnet" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Roy Jones, you one of my all all time rate pot to my sixteen can learn to news. It was like something triggered you when it happened Sheila. Ray Linnet, same thing you go on and on about the brains Mike Tyson, same thing. So any gay is never had that he's so insecure. And a lot of ways that maybe you guys don't pick up on his personality traits, but I'm a psychology, maybe along with business as well. I pick up on those things. And so he has his Aguilo these, like, oh, definitely. He has a lot of security. So that's why he's in the air. This the by nails theory 'cause his nails. Somebody said that she I people out. I dumb the that's why new heating was going to leave, but also. He can. Profile AJ. He is. I, of course I talk about all the fighters. When I when I try to see how much it's gonna work, of course. Eight days overconfident, and he he's. Breakdown of proof. Everything her people hope people understand that they usually end. That makes them less out hurt people hurt people overconfident, but people. You over come over top. Absolutely. So he has to a of. Hey, but he's been remember. He's been giving us they're still. He's fake. You want to me? So therefore, he's giving his role pay to go this easy way to the title when he started believing his own hype. I one shot I sent you that link again about any take empire look at that you'll see a this Bill because this folks, this is what I'm fall. No. Come on. Stop it. They've built you didn't. You didn't go to the trenches for those belts, you need Charles. Martin you fought a forty one year-old Chris, he would have beat you. You fought come on a pocket pocket had that skills that he didn't have the heart parking got a dog. He's t nice. You know what I'm saying? So for me AJ. Those are good names, though, man. You, you know, you know, he does it. What? That you're saying, good names, Berkeley. Has been I wanted Joseph park. I was at Joe Washington wild, like I was dead. I interview Parker like I thought it was going down. Like I wanted that fight for Yata act now like parkas a bomb. And like when those. I wanted that fight. And then AJ we don't he. After I talk agus guilty green. Meaning he hasn't visited me ever had that experience. You see, like a deer in light with your both AJ. Chan I. Okay. What unified? He, he won a vacant e one of bacon bell. Listen to unify right now. Say he's green but he holds a win over the unified champion. More clarence. No doubt, declares new. He's a male version of doctor Clarisse from Hannibal Lecter doing. The logical profile shift. It was crazy. Yeah. Beholds Instagram at nez GTO made this product coffee man might come back. Maybe patriot sign I'll know man staying up. You know, I would rather fall asleep on a plane mcgurk was passed out. I'm like fuck that John's leave on plane, but a gay man. Final man. I'd like to see neutron just the sake things. Just to give us some headlines to give me a new show. A new article report on a new train. Man. I think it'll work in terms of publicity anyway. Even if you even if you like Ben Davidson, you stated, you know, Tyson fury still bought. Freddie Roach in high profile. EMM following lodge across nights, and eleven or on Twitter across to run to, and you can check out the conflicting ignorant podcast on YouTube hit, and check that out. I just did up so tonight about the game for preview for the NBA playoffs, if you want to check that out Lincoln's right now being put in the chat, but yeah, final thoughts on this subject, man..
1 in 4 Women Sexually Harassed at Tech Conferences
"New data from in. So no says that one in four women in tech have experienced sexual harassment at a tech conference. They've attended with a severe lack of female attendees at these events. Is it any surprise that? Only. Twenty five percent of speakers are ever women and Sono dove into it all get more from Linnet Klassen. She is head of public cloud product at insole. No and joins us via Skype from Chicago. Highland. Welcome. Hi. So Lynn before we get into some of these findings just from your personal experience at various tech conferences and being in the tech industry as long as you have in. What ways have you been able to notice firsthand how women fits in at these events, and in general, so my personal experience at attending these conferences that oftentimes I'm pretty along at these conferences. And so I actually started. Taking pictures of clean and Mt. Ladies rooms at these conferences, and send them to my friends back in office. It's a way to it's a way to cope with the situation and the and the reality visually. It's it speaks for itself. I'm curious how much this enters into the equation, you know, in working in tag. Do you have to attend many of these conferences is it is it something that just goes with the territory while many of us it is because we often are talking about if you want to be promoted in your career path. You definitely want to show leadership in thought leadership. And I think a lot of time. These are the opportunities for you to you know, to be able to present yourself in a public and fish away. So it is actually quite important in my view. So getting into some of these stats and what we can make of them. Just in general how likely are women to attend. These tech events are is there an average ratio in terms of their general presence. So insole conducted an audit as major conferences for the path three years and found that one in four Keno speakers were women, although this ratio is Representative of the larger tech industry. The ratio of attendees often feels much lower when you are actually in the middle of the conferences. So I think you know, you could actually find a lot of empirical evidence is by looking at pictures taken Ed exhibit halls and auditory or again in my case clean. Mt. Ladies wounds at these conferences, go, right? One thing that's very rampant in the tech community as you know is sexual harassment. There's a lot of claims about general, bro, culture Suming. This is something equally present at these tech industry events. Yes. I wish that data showed otherwise unfortu-. Exactly. Yes. According to the survey conducted by Sono one in four women have experienced sexual harassment at a tech conference because we went in the tech industry. Have started speaking up and taking actions more and more of these conferences actually, have instituted a coda contact that being said more still needs to be done through imported as thirty eight percent of women who have seen a code of conduct at a conference said they have witnessed sexual harassment steal what kinds of things specifically do women encounter at these events. And totally do you know of anything that you can point to any totally because I follow some of the tag people in the industry on Twitter in oftentimes in the we would see tweets from women who have experienced no, these unfortunate incidents at conferences. A while. They were there, for instance, an one. Wanted demands -ment or an the wanted. I guess, you know, in quote treatment of personal space, and or basically we are there to participate in professional events and oftentimes the conversation may veer towards something that's more maybe more of a personal nature. That's really not welcome only twenty five percent Ted conference. Keynote in the past three years. We'll give him by women, and we have to remember that an average number. It means that some conferences had no female keynote speakers and all in Pat three years in Sono also filed a seventy percent of women who have set on the panel was the only woman on that panel. We call that the long woman syndrome. So what does say to women who are just as dedicated and committed as their male counterpart to me it says that we don't belong when we win this. Lack of female representation, we further marginalized, and you know, I don't mean to get on the soapbox. But reprising tation does matter data confirmed that we men want to see ourselves. We have presented again Seventy-six person the women are more likely to attend a conference, featuring a female keynote speaker panelist I just want to be able to share this quote was the audience. So and I really liked this quote because implied power dynamics diversity is being invited to the party in Kuzin is being asked to dance. So having stronger female representation stage is definitely the first step towards true incursion. Also at in Sono, we also look to the future. Most of these Keno speeches live on as videos online most of us, especially younger generation consume content online as videos, so what's? Message sending girls and young women. How do we inspire them to choose a career in technology? You can't be what you can't see. And I believe this is one of the reasons why it is so important that Sonos set out to conduct this research, if we want to change the status quo we need to be able to measure it. I actually think that is a perfect note to end
"linnet" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"You're with me, Mike? Thanks, so Derek who do you like in the game? Because listen you have so people can better understand last year and the NC double a basketball tournament. This guy had a ticket for a million dollars riding on that championship game and his favorite maize and blue lost. But that would have been a fat milk Yoenis and you loved to play and you'll love to take you big bats Linnet. I love it. What do you got in this game? Yeah. He back. They're back at the championship gave the that. Was that was the one that one game will be running up into a team like Villanova. We had it out. So he came out. Okay. This particular game. I personally I really liked up over in this right over the fifty seven. No, no, not over fifty seven. You know, things are changing. Now, what is it? Now. It's either fifty six fifty seven when I'm making I'm going to be most of my plays. After the game episode play. I'm gonna play. This is the first Super Bowl for being. I've been Super Bowls for thirty years. This is my first Super Bowl record tell you. I'm going to bet far more after the game kicks off that I do before. And I I would say probably the ratio opera at ten times more after the game kicks because I think we're gonna get over fifty four fifty to fifty forty eight forty seven probably mediate around 'bout forty nine and a half fifty or some, but I'm going over. But I'm going to go over a lower number because I think this opportunity is very unique in twenty nineteen to be able to do that. What do you.
"linnet" Discussed on Developer Tea
"Tickets started thanks again to Linnet for sponsoring today's episode. Okay. So so what is a recent moment of piffle or like a thought that you feel like was was really important to you. But is is kinda simple atomic thing that you can share with other people something you've been maybe bring me up and conversation recently. That's that's a heavy one. I think so much of my life has become being comfortable with uncertainty. I'm in every degree. So as we've mentioned in this podcast being comfortable with uncertainty around death uncertain about whether or not there actually is anything after this an afterlife uncertainty about how I'm performing as a father uncertainty about whether or not I'm ever going to be able to cook anything that's halfway decent. Uncertainty about the frameworks and tools that I use in. Not knowing whether or not I am, you know, improving meaningfully or come like stagnating, and I think being. More comfortable with that. And, you know, tied with that idea from that terrible movie that I just need to get out and do the work and not worry about the quality of that work, but just continue to do it..
"linnet" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Kevin Durant is a career thirty eight percents shooter from three point range. Could you imagine? When he gets out from three was going gonna be like, do you understand? How great this man is. He's that great. He's that great. I respect the hell out of Kerala. Hey, Mike while and he can't he can't he can't play off. It's like this, man. And Linnet is great. He ain't Kevin Durant. Anthony Davis is great. He ain't got the long range sniper tendencies that Kevin Durant. Hats. They seven feet what a handle and long range ability like that. He's that great. We know he had a box office appeal of Steph curry Steph curry, there's only one of the greatest shooter on the planet earth, graded shoot I've ever seen in my life. We know that about Steph curry, but Steph curry ain't the better play on the Golden State Warriors. He's the he's the greatest shooter, and he's the bigger box office attraction, but he ain't the greatest player on a Golden State Warriors. That's Kevin Durant without Kevin Durant. Go to stay. They went in this year. And Kevin Durant. God forbid got hurt this year. Go to say, not winning the title. I promise you that. Now, you could make the argument they ain't went into title without Steph curry either I fair enough. But they damn showing and win the title without Kevin Durant. He's the difference maker. He's that great. Make no mistake about it. And what I have been waiting for what I saw to his credit in the NBA finals that I go round and in game three of lashes NBA finals when he dropped forty three because theft, and clay which struggling what I've seen is a level of assertiveness that I wish was every day. And the reason why I'm bringing the subject up is because I happen to like, Kevin Durant. I genuinely respect that brother on and off the court. I just disagree with his decision to go to the state. But that's neither here nor there. I'm bringing the subject up for one reason, and one reason only to say this to Kevin Durant. And I hope he's listening. If you. Are ready to be that player that we've seen over the last two games? That player. That hasn't given a damn that player. That's that up there. And shot the ball twenty six times against Sacramento on Saturday that shot the ball thirty three times last night. If you're ready to beat that dude on a night in night out basis. I want Kevin Durant in New York. I want him in New York because it would be special. But if you just wanna play the right way and don't want to be the alpha male. Then staying Golden State or go to LA. I think that's what this comes down to for. Kevin durant? If Kevin Durant wins the title of this sheet. I think we all believe they will. Kevin Durant will be a three time champion and predicted three time NBA finals MVP. If he pulls that off. There would be nothing left to prove it go to state just continue to win. And collect checks. But if you wanna really really. Be about the business of submitting your legacy as one of the greatest scores and play this game has ever seen in our lifetimes, and you decide to depart it decision. Should be a simple as that. If I wanted to get along to play along and win go to LA if I want to establish my greatness, my legacy and beat at alpha dog, go to New York. And Obama the way in fairness to New Yorkers everywhere. I love my brother, Steve mills, Scott Perry. David phys deal on a three game winning streak property you coach. But I gotta be fair. Shaw marks and Atkinson in Brooklyn, and what they're building there. If they get a MAC superstar or two. The foundation that the Brooklyn nets haven't place. The only argument you can make the Knicks in favor of Brooklyn is two parts tradition and traffic because it's as traffic could be in the city of New York in a nothing compared to that traffic on Atlantic avenue. And Brooklyn that's about it. Other than that. What them boys are building in Brooklyn with the nets. I gotta take a moment to give them props in love, they deserve it. I got to be fair. And that's fair right thing to do Brooklyn's building something. I just don't know if they'll be able to get a superstar there, but have all we know they might have a better chance than the Knicks. Eighty.
"linnet" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Away he's had to cover two men when he's on that weakside post next to Louis demeaning, and he's done a good job at kind of getting a sticking lane and trying to prevent that pass to the backside where Jake Gansel so dangerous was kind of creeping in on and Derek grant right there in front trying to jam away the rebound. This is an important visa blading winning get the puck down the ice. They'll do a good job of getting this penalty time down ran and point point is thrown out. So Johnson will take it. Players are ready. Granta's Linnet Pearson left circle. Dominic Simone Simone on the power play. Little for grandma knocked to the ice by Cherniak fans wanted to call. They said it was okay. Alexi Aqazadeh right point. Right. So the Pearson Pearson centerpoint Mata open shoot blocked in front by Cherniak. Rebound is going to squirt to Simone holds this in and keeps moving Pearson high slot dangerous path blocked by mcdonagh Joseph out of the box after the puck got caught in escape, but it pinballs back to dart out to Senator Joseph. He's across the balloon left circle. Joseph was thinking about a wraparound. Boy, he got ran against the boards. Alexi Echeverri dangerous play Joseph shake it up. And that's a penalty on Alexia, basically, boarded him. Joseph is up trying to shake this off three left in the period. Four three lightning. They got through that penalty kill. And now they'll go on their six powerplay chants. The speed of Matthew Joseph is really dangerous play in the boards. He's fortunate. Didn't do more damage to his neck. Alexia will go to the go to the box for that one. And great job by Matthew Joseph coming out of the box trying to bring some energy to the ice after taking that penalty and he draws a penalty right away. It's the lightning now back on the power play. After a big kill for them. Not really sure there's anything Joseph could have done differently. I mean, sometimes you say the player needs to. Protect himself. Momentum is carrying into the corner and Alexia has the play in front of him. Shoves them Alexi six seven two hundred fifty five pounds to. I mean, there's a big height and weight difference in that area point wins the face off year kucherov, right, circle, Waypoint headman, right? So kucherov office stick Colin will steal unclear. This is when the penguins got that last penalty kill through successfully they did get pucks down the ice pretty regularly headman, another rush at center rightwing, Brandon point across the Pittsburgh line, right circle point pulls up right point Hadman. Swing sustained goes left circle. Very aggressive PK by Pittsburgh. Stamkos goes cross.
"linnet" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
"Glad court grams out but at the same time what's the difference between Corey Graham, Dextra McDougal. They're both bad the both ally ability, and it feels like that's just like a weakness that teams are really going to attack and with mills bang out. Resold. Douglas comes in. He has he has a good I drive, and then I believe it was the next drive on third down. He loses it bearings in a cover to zone. He doesn't have a threat in front of him. He doesn't get deep enough. He's looking at the quarterback not not taking care of his responsibility because in a cover to zone you can drop back fifteen yards into the sideline. If you want to there's no threat in front of you. And he kind of looked lost out there, and you start to think. Well, maybe that's why he hasn't seen the field through all of these. Jalen, no struggles, even though Jalen Mills's, technically, Jim Schwartz is like adopted son. But what do you think about if? Mills Mississippi difficult time. What do you think about the secondary? With Russell Douglas on the outside and Dextra McDougal still starting in the slot. If if Sidney Jones can't get healthy through this by week. I mean, that's probably what it is going to be. You mentioned result getting beat it was by David grin grin. Linnet, David is the ethnic profile of the UPS man, as I say, you called him a UPS, which is which is probably accurate in in very upsetting that that guy was somehow beating eagles defence ultimately. Yeah. But yeah, I think that's where they are and sticking within the secondary. I mean, what was will only thing about him? He did have that big pass break up on third and one which is was a great to see. Yeah. He closed down on that. Nice and quick. And was there is offering you to be it was awesome. Yeah. It was awesome. And unfortunately, the oldest it up the right? The next play because Jordan X was caught in kind of a no-man's-land there. I feel like the mortga fair. I don't know. I guess it's tough. He doesn't have is in the back of his head. He doesn't know who's leaking out by them. But I mean. Jeez. It's just like swatch. Blake Bortles get the first down ultimately worked out. But the other thing I wanted to say about the secondary. Specifically was of auntie Matic's. I mean, boy did he have a big role in this game early on. And I so I wanted to talk about next man Jakko, full easy. He's a baller like I'm just gonna use that word to describe him. Because this is a guy who was drafted in the fourth round. I watched him in OTA's in minicamp any looked lost not like because he was slow and he couldn't compete athletically. Just because you could just tell like this is a guy who did not play nickel extensively in college. He's coming into the NFL. He's learning. This new position. He doesn't know exactly. Where to be, you know, new scheme to defense, and you would just see him blow coverages often than practice. And I think he's just come such a long way since then now he's a starting safety position. He's never played in his life. He's coming down and making these putting his helmet on the ball enforcing fumble. At a key moment in the game on Keelan coal. What was the other big play? He had that I cannot remember the top. Met. I know he hit that. I've mentioned it already that the stuff on other downsizing ganged up. So I mean like to get that out of a rookie. And then in the in that same time. I I know we're sticking the defensive like for the theme of the two thousand eighteen draft class really coming up. I mean, you have Maddix making those plays than Dallas got her scores. A touchdown. I mean, like boy nice to get something out of the the rookies there. Yeah. And that's exactly what I wanted to talk about like, I said because you look at vantage Maddox and a guy that has been put in a situation that not many rookies of fourth-round rookies could deal with having never played the position. And we talk a lot about on the kiss soul. I shall about. How you know this? This is a team effort. This isn't let's point at the defense all the time..
"linnet" Discussed on Unproductive & Unapologetic
"We hear unapologetic, sir, Kowa. Linnet is Toronto Raptors. He probably Drake house right now. My feelings. Cou why drives a nineteen ninety? Seven Chevy Tahoe? I don't think he gives a damn about. Does it to the frozen tundra? Yeah, man. Santos, obey the leader. It was. It was. It was PA. That was probably. The word is things change in in coach of San Antonio. Okay. I personally feel like San Antonio just benefited from heaven, three players that were really good, and that didn't really. So let's go back. You had David Robinson who was Solve solved. also, but he was a navy, you know that follow orders follow direction. Military background model, citizen model system, you get a player like Dunkin who sorta like just go with the flow, listened to your superior. And then it was fortunate to get a player in Tony Parker. And in just overly that never found esque way out of the country and they, they don't. They don't have that American culture. So pot was able to capitalize on having play. Is that just follow suit, you know, saying five, everybody. But now you look at players today, they had issue audits last sheet. He wanted out before pop head to meet with him. And now this past season, it was Leonard, and I just think things are changing his San Antonio, man. It's pop is been real good at changing things on the floor as a coach. Now he has to work on maybe changing things to adjust to the type of player he's getting now nocco. Talk about how think he's I'm sorry. I mean. I think that pop may give one year of this rebuild and stuff because he's not used to it and be done. Wow. Z. literally has nothing to prove. True. That's true. I think like after Phil Jackson showed his true colors in New York. People see Papas degrades coach of all time now because I lost a lot of respect for the whole treated mellow and the posse comment about LeBron I lost a lot of respect for Phil Jackson. So now I see Papas degrades to all time. That way. I feel like before you go John, I like Larry Brown was a better coast in Phil Jackson with doing more with less. Yes. Okay. That's how I felt because they got to the finals that one time. Did he not be through head to head with the best players were all field team coast to coast Detroit? Yes. Speaking about average, what would I? Why are you Play playing. table right. Absent crewless. Abbas in my mind, but when he got not. But when Larry Brown gap players that agreed to what they will good at his his system, he beat Phil Jackson, and he had the better players, the better player to players on his team, which was shack in Kobe, Kobe Kobe point. Only by. I hope that his uncle who seems to be running things over his uncle Dennis, who seems to be his mouthpiece because everybody that knows basketball knows why don't speak by right. He's an emotionless robot is managing. His uncle was running. I hope he knows that if he doesn't play in Toronto, it doesn't other bullshit injury. He's not getting paid and the rules state that if he doesn't play this year, that contract is going to roll over the next year. So he won't be a free agent entity again. But he's, he knows all that before he goes, definitely going to play. At this point, San Antonio could've pay choas something like two hundred and ten million dollars and supermax raptors can't pay him one hundred ninety. Anybody outside of the raptors you looking at about one hundred forty to fifty million dollars. So at this point has already lost a significant over lose. If he leaves Rancho a significant amount of money. I don't think it's really about money at this point. He was. He already losing money for the fact that he's in Toronto because Canada's taxes killer. They have some of the worst taxes. And when you think about Coa like at some point he going to have to get out it is as little say this motionless state, especially if you try and play for the Lakers. I mean, that's that's when you go to LA, does the top market right there too. If he has some in front of. I'm from LA. Yeah, on staying, he got just, you know, show a little mole. Did he ever say he wanted to play with a Lakers? Did he just say he wants to go to LA originally it was..
San Antonio Spurs held players-only meeting imploring Kawhi Leonard to return for playoff push
"You got houston looking away that they look you got okay see that can't be ignored because of their big three then of course you have the san antonio spurs i've gotten portland didn't number three seed in the west african them but we have forgotten about sense bullets send till the spurs just a little bit perhaps right now we should be remembering them as we speak because according to our own adrian wards rousey san antonio spurs had a players only meeting just a couple of nights ago which spurs players imploring all nba fo at kawhi leonard to return to the lineup and helped the team and its push for the playoffs according to washington hausky spurs got tony park a fourtime nba champion quarterback the meeting after the team's victory over minnesota on saturday night the conversation was described as tense and the most of the la tom's several teammates spoke up expressing frustration and confusion over growing divide that has created significant tension between lenin and the spurs linnet according to adrian rousey was resolute in his response insisting that he had good reasons for sitting out all but now gains with a white quadriceps injury this season he's a twotime defensive player of the year and first team all nba player as well as the two thousand fourteen mba finals mvp he is eligible for two hundred million dollar contract extension this summer and free agency in twenty nineteen leonard supposedly purportedly as impressed this coaches at teammates in three on three and four four workouts and there had been a belief his rehabilitation was cycling towards a return to the floor.
"linnet" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"The polls show this well let has the latest polls growth or lease the twenty five or thirty points ahead but the energy as you say was demonstrated over the weekend if the fia convention certainly is behind daily alan switches you interesting to see what happens month there is also a case being argued today at the supreme court dean peterson about public employees unions that if it goes the way we expect will define public employees unions what will the impact be in the golden state it will be huge new idled as someone who you can grow up out of europe grew up in the northeast relief when i came out in your after hearing the guy i didn't understand the hour particularly of the public sector unions year in politics they are the foundation of the california democratic party nf this decision goes the way that i think judy of we'll we'll send shockwaves through california it is get killys and then of the california democratic party other cases janice versus asked me and i think of the california teachers association everybody loves a teacher but nobody likes a cta if the cica can't automatically done every teacher in california for a couple of dozen bucks every month there crippled they really are you linnet policy going out with education in the early for tartars to start off with significant elite the impact it but also just walked off the amount of money that has taken out of paychex look for a regular workers your more unionized then go directly into the coffers of the democratic party really is a significant part of their annual budget so it would have a area a impact your politically the last question we are having this conversation had dinner last night that she misses you and i had some friends overall uh our children or adults now and we're all talking about where they should live and i talked the all of mine at a leaving california into leaving california because i think the state is on the edge of ruin what you tell your your graduates over at pep public policies go about the future of the state well i'm actually optimistic you as a as uh one of the republicans syria this area i i what we saw over the.
"linnet" Discussed on First Take
"Linnet and that's what raises my eyebrow here this is going to make news is gonna make news all the wrong reasons what and kawhi leonard it's korea has every indicated he ever would think about doing something like that it's all you any capacity that's where this gets interesting line will it's also it's also not an issue to me of who gets the benefit of the doubt because we're on the same page of course the spurs get the benefit of the doubt it's an issue of responsibility whether or not you're the cause of a situation in your life as an adult what you've come to realize is what people say responsible for everything that happens to you doesn't mean you caused it means those are your now your problems you know what else going to be responsive where you are going to be so is it the spurs fault that this is happening now i agree with you you give them the bennett popovich's the benefit of the doubt but they are the ones who are go ahead it's going to have an impact on them and so now it's popovich is responsibility to make the best of this i don't think people understand what are uniquely great player cowife is because he did not come into the lead the fanfare kevin durant let alone the lebron james but he has turned himself in to that kind of player and the loss of him there's really no way to replace them you have to kind of change your whole team popovich is going to have to deal with this make it better or get maximum value for kawhi leonard it's going to have to do it soon i just saved hundreds of dollars by switching to gaiko i feel like i'm on top of the world disclaimer you will not be transported to the top of the world the unlikely to find yourself the arctic circle seek shelter from the elements immediately to avoid frostbite under article from y'all got cold will not be responsible if you find yourself in a cable trove us will only abominable snowman who in all likelihood will shoot the play games including but not limited to fish chinese truckers or his personal favorite gruber gruber send you have your on.
"linnet" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"During the the at the of them the fbi data he is done and they blatter what the did then back if he won't two ooh pale the cinema it would be deported n no board headed by yasser little mini deadlock fielding if people by that chemical ricky that company that can that mattered the nikkei goaded by not yet him with linnet deputy will not be what him you do go piracha luggage ricki you made it a quick thinking in the meantime you'll get the needle in your dividend be the derby the number did that is a big rubric you will not be available up with if people cannot put it vote that will big hoping and unique brew there luke kennard i gave gordon deal.
"linnet" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"The singh will be the man yes usually leave he now no its benefits the people of let me put up on by being handled by a little rain you'd have the fielding eight people by connect on the reviewed at the government can that mattered the the nikkei but by cannot be at him with linnet deputy will not be what him you do go piracha gigamedia ltd the article penalty the latest in the clinton googling the at believe the new repeal and nothing the big they did the the appropriate madam redid leaving the poor guy the decision upper dave meggett apple.
"linnet" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"In came around you remember that being a big topic of conversation linnet was relative to sizes the reason some of these guys had trouble selling form yeah definitely i'm a big guy how am i going to self that low guy the and then you know benson's argument to that was go back to the the old kurdish use story of not wanting to self randy savage and he said who's going to believe that the believe a woman they see it and i felt the same way here because the rockers hey meant it until you do it how do you know you know it's funny though is when he said that about a guy like courtesies m m defending macho man from vincent van zyl mouth later when you guys are going to pitch in monterey ministerial being the champ uh in the currency not little that little tiny guy with them ask who's gonna believe that does anybody innovating like that say back they'll believe it when they see it oh i used to all the time 'nother will pissed vince off more using his own logic sure against him sure they make their paper debut on november 24th 1988 at the survivor series and there in the 10man elimination tag team matches the bulldogs heart foundation powers a pain and young stallions taking a demolition brain busters bolsheviks in case the doors and the regime brothers are the rockers and the brain busters are eliminated when both teams or be queued.
"linnet" Discussed on KOMO
"For a major demonstration on monday bolstered by a big victory in court komos keith eldridge as elitist developments to demonstrators who occupied a construction crane on monday believe the land here belongs to the puyallup tribe koala tribal elder ramona that says she's certain other and our damghan while i've air in fact tied lands it's are asked wary but the city and port of tacoma have long said the land belongs to the city and that's why at least their property to puget sound energy to build its liquefied natural gas plant and giant holding tank that's why police arrested cynthia linnet maryland kim rolling at a demonstration last may for trespassing but i mean this appeal court jury this week acquitted those two not guilty because with the testimony of bennett i'd furnish reservation map and i showed them that's are tied the jury said to me afterwards that big couldn't tell whether or not this was something that have happened on travel in the city of tacoma so they found the to not guilty energy issued a statement saying we respect the legal process theology facility is not on travel property we are leasing the land from the port of tacoma now this whole disagreement over whose property is certainly to heat up on monday when that big protest is planned for keith eldridge commodities also on monday should louis in track trains will be rolling through the tacoma dome station a train heading south towards portland we'll start running it five am and eight thirty p m and a train heading north towards seattle will leave it five fifty one a m and eight.
"linnet" Discussed on Tech Policy Podcast
"Linnet mentioned about the carpenter case or think that is important to highlight well there's a couple more that might you know there's still time to grant grants hurt and the court mike rann the um i'm trying to remember the name of the case we us riaz um the wheels cases very similar carpenter um and yet the court still has it um is still holding at over so um it may it may decide that it wants to as are often does you know decide to cases at once in order to have sort of more factual situations to up to play with um and then there's the mohammed case which is really the first legal challenge to section 702 of fires i in mohamed the issue is really weather um you know when the government under fires a is sir is a monitoring communications between people outside the united states it incidentally picks up um um conversations with with americans and the question is whether um the fourth there are some checks on the government's use of that incidental information but um the question is is there a fourth amendment right not to have the government is that information if so what should the standard be and i wouldn't be surprised to see the court take that one and see kind of sum up loyd be desirable outcome on no the privacy france on in both congress and the supreme court notes for the remainder of this year on beginning of next year wade for you know privacy advocates and civil libertarians would be too high that the rule rolling in carpenter despite being arrow on but also have congress yao past the electronic communications privacy act on there is a modernization act and hasn't been moderize since nineteen eighty six so it's you know well over deal we should have a piece of legislation nuts intended for our emails.
"linnet" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast
"Linnet eventually but by that by that time he could have been far far beyond that and so and i know that they brought all sorts of resource all these satellites overflew the area at everything that they looked this up but it's really hard to say without knowing what areas were photographed why this satellite and when the photograph was taken was really hard to say i mean if it was taken like two hundred miles out but it was was taken like you know three or four days after he went missing well he would have been longgone yeah is really the way what are you what's your best theory my my best theory is that he had something incapacitated him in the vote to sale on autopilot just sail on autopilot and then that's the of course battery round flat the autopilot failed will just started wallowing probably at some point to assist and i'm assuming because it was a nice day the hatches uc luna made hatch there were probably all open and so probably would eventually just got swamped somewhere like in the middle of the pacific ocean we are you won't find it they are probably that's that's that's that's my best theory but there's there's not conclusive and all steve what's your best hearing i still in this instance dte their new life for or he was abducted yeah i think i mean i like to think get thought so i would generally say lay newer okay i don't think it you know in my rational brain i don't think that's the best theory but.
"linnet" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"Or anything at any time i went not mistake you for that guy i was present when we're reading the condescending letter about our son never being there and he's got a black guy betis up in around and he seems degree in pretty good spirits and he's pretty mobile and there's a now he's none the worse for wear so maybe we should get him over there and this i w i hung out with sunny from monterrey he had a loose to there was like a saturday is dangling and that thing was ready to go and i just to get it how do they mean i can't talk to you at it's distracting talking to you and he says a non save in it i want it i want to lose it at school because that means that could you know go themselves in mislead miss miss class of boy that's a karol and now now with jackpot jack up the not on our she asked that government's gonna take one for now i'm in this weird position of gone again i don't care anything about education but even i know what we're doing is borderline sort of were dancing with were flirting with being bad parents at this point because it get as so many mistakes and i certainly think he should go to school but of course linnet lin worried that he's going to get hit in the head oh at square where helmet linnet told me he dropped some change and he went down to pick it up and she like freaked out so i do this they were last night i'm the guy going is sunny going to school around me in august decided now.