18 Burst results for "Lorenzini"
"lorenzini" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Friday, and some black owned restaurants are counting on a surging customers in the coming days. Lorenzini, Elvis's thie, general manager of Mellberg's in Harlem, and hopes the weather stays warm, given the restrictions on indoor dining. That is black restaurant Week. We always get a lot of business from the people that I hope supporters and we thank you very much for it and black restaurant Wait, not weak. Not technically, a week last until November, 22nd and his men to highlight a wide variety of cuisines. We do have rain continuing for the rest of tonight with a low of 58 66 degrees and light rain falling 10 06 w Support for NPR comes from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation committed to supporting the health and economic wellbeing of women in the U. S. And around the world. More information is available at Hewlett dot or GE. Thie pandemic has upended our domestic lives, because now you are cooking three meals and getting everybody online and trying to do your own work and couples are struggling with their new roles and with each other a lot of fighting a lot of tears. Adapting to a new reality tomorrow on morning edition from NPR news weekday mornings on You're listening to queue on CBC Radio one in Canada and across North America on serious exam 1 69 and P r X. My name is Tom power. There are certain songs and pieces of music that transcend time and place. They become cultural Touchstones, historical artifacts. I think they become, like not songs at all. But I don't know. Parts of our life songs like this one, baby, You know what I mean? Like it's so big. It's barely even a song anymore. This one. It's not time to make a change. Just relax. Take it easy. You're still young. That's your fault. There's so much you have to know far this one. I know we've come a long way with Changin Day today. Tell me what to Children. I think if you get one of those songs in your career like one You won the lottery, right? You can live the rest of your entire life. All three of the songs you just heard are.
"lorenzini" Discussed on Reveal
"These days she wears a worried look like greatest fear is that I've been exposed and that I'm going to bring it to one of my patients and I'm going to get one of my patients. That is what I'm really really hard. And that's what brings me incredible inciting and why I really don't like being a nurse right now and I love being nurse. Love Love Love my job but that job puts her right in the danger zone for possible exposure. We're dealing with wounds. That are losing drainage some their faces his mouth as vice president of a Nurses Union at her company. She's been pushing for better gear for herself and her colleagues. The Corona virus can hang in the air after someone coughs sneezes or even breathes. That's why she wants n ninety five masks. The ones that sealed tightly around your face and filter out ninety five percent of airborne particles. The kind of Mask Martha's given isn't designed to do that but our company says it's following federal guidelines. They're telling US WHAT TO DO. And it's based on the. Cdc So I'm saying that the CDC is wrong. I Call Martha's boss Mary Lorenzini. She's the CEO of the visiting Nurse Association of Southeastern Connecticut. It's part of the Yale. Newhaven hospital group. I am also a nurse but primarily these days paper pushing nurse. So what do you tell your staff when they say we want end ninety? Five's told them that they're not available and they'll be given an ninety five win. They are assigned to either a suspected or Kobe. Positive patient and do you feel that your nurses are safe when they go out to serve patients. I do I do. I would have a very hard time doing my job every day. as I have for almost thirty nine years if I thought they weren't safe I do.
"lorenzini" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast
"Yes. What what he figured out was basically, the the hammer heads are using the hammer as a an electoral sensing organ, so all sharks have these on their snouts have these cells. I should not even sell their called the Puglia Lorenzini. So they're a sensory organ, isn't that the stuff that the the guys that have found out nowhere. Nowhere to touch them can put a shark asleep. Yes. Similar kind of idea that you can Sakata sedate them by by stimulating them in the right way. Sure. But on motion wrecks, the concentrated just on the snout. And they again, they use them to detect vibrations in the water or they think actually in close proximity can detect literally like your muscle DiPoto rising. You know, there's a slight electrical conduction in your muscles nerves and everything they the sharks actually detect that in the water. And when you look at actually the Greenland shark much earlier, you can actually see the lower Lawrence any on their snow, which you can't normally see with the naked eye, and we think they're bigger on the Greenland shark because they're blind. So they have a better let your son's. Yeah. But anyway, but the hammerhead by using the hammer in moving those cells across a wider space. They have a much better resolution. Okay. So they they when you watch hammer it's all sharks of undulate from side to side anyway, but the hammerhead has a really exaggerated side to side motion when it swims, especially if it's near his home range, and it's just kind of it's not obviously going somewhere. So you think that it uses the hammer basically detect differences in the electro magnetic field, and then it would follow the magma paths out into the deeper ocean until they found squid hunting grounds because hammer has largely a lot of squid or fish anyway piece by piece this guy put together the hit the hammer was used as a as a navigational tool..
"lorenzini" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Stingray species are progressively becoming more threatened and vulnerable to extinction, particularly as a consequence of unregulated fishing like as of two thousand thirteen which is six years ago. Forty five species of Stingray were listed as vulnerable or endangered by the I UC and the status of a lot of other species of stingrays poorly known. So it's difficult to list them there. They don't have sufficient data for a lot of them a lot of stingrays live alone. They only come together for breeding in for my Gration. They can be pretty solo Dolo some of the largest raise like manna, raise the huge ones that you've seen and like counters raise they never stopped swimming ever. And they migrate in there. In doubt by the thousands to feeding grounds each year. They're huge groups. They can reach up to ten thousand individual groups and they're known as a fever of race. Speaking of the big. The ones the largest species of Stingray measure six point five feet in length and can weigh up to seven hundred ninety pounds that Cisco stinger that you're gonna avoid the Stingray uses its paired pectoral fins for moving about which is cool. It's like very much in contrast to sharks and most other fish, which get their swimming power from single tail fin and their coloration of the raise typically reflects the seafloor shading, it came a fly as a little bit from predatory sharks in larger raise their flattened bodies are composed of pectoral fins joined to their head and trunk with an infamous tail trending behind that infamous tail even more infamous now due to the result of or the death of Steve Irwin, which we've mentioned a few times now, and that's mainly what they're associated with at this point, which is horsh it, frankly, it's bad luck for both Steve and the sting race because it didn't work. Out for either them. It's just been a sad story ever since. But these guys spend the majority of their time inactive partially buried in the sand often moving only with the sway the tide, and they employ a wide range of feeding strategy. Some of them have this specialized jaw that allows them to crush hard mollusc shells, but others use their external mouth structures called phallic lobes to guide plankton into their oral cavities. Again, they feed primarily on mollusks crustaceans occasionally on small fish freshwater stingrays in the Amazon actually feed on insects and break down their top Exo skeletons with mammal like chewing motions and in the larger pelagics raise like the Manta us ram feeding to consume vast quantities of plankton you've seen Wales. Do this type of shit. They've been swimming an acrobatic they've been seen swimming an acrobatic patterns through plankton patches to implement that strategy. There is the stingrays peer out from their dorsal side in their mouth nostrils and Gill slits are situated on their underbelly underneath makes them real unique looking and there is are not thought to be used. Scientists don't think that they play any role in them hunting looking for food like their shark relatives. Stingrays outfitted with electrical sensors called amp ally of Lorenzini. I think they're located around their mouths in these organs that since the natural electric charges a potential prey, which is crazy..
"lorenzini" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Everything else was there in and putting him on the mound seem like the safer bet. I think it was. But he's a guy who could fill in. He is. He is more than willing to hit the field. He was hoping to field all last year. And he did go into a game in the outfield, but didn't get any chances. But he is now the Billy Hamilton's gone. I would guess I would love to see him and Peraza foot risks. I don't know which one's faster. He's he's certainly the best athlete. You said he's been working out a lot on offense. You can just with Mike Lorenzini can always say he's been working out a lot. The guy has zero body fat like probably negative body fat. And so he he's just a phenomenal athlete and his willing and wants to do all those other things. Now, I think it's fun to say that in the winter, and you can talk about it. But with a new manager he's not used to it. We'll see it's basically going to be up to David bell. And how how willing he is to do with it because the player is more than willing to to take bats to play in the field and to to pitch as well. So the last thing I wouldn't ask you is do we've all seen the reds filled out their rotation. Starting five is going to be Luis Castillo. Anthony diesel funny centigrade. Alex wood and Tanner, Roark every team is going to need more than five starters. But if there's one maybe downside to what the reds have done to bring in veterans for the rotation as it. It's kind of balk. Out there. They're intriguing youth. The youth does still remain. I was curious what now is going to be the situation for guys including but not limited to Tyler Malley. Cody read Robert Stevenson sour mono, Matt Whistler, Luca SIMS even even Brandon Finnegan. What is the status of so many of these young one time starting pitching prospects that the reds fed? Well, I mean, I think Tyler Molly of courses is he's probably the five a five b in this Robert Stevenson's real interesting one because he's out of options. So that changes what he can be or where he can be. He kind of has to make the bullpen out of spring training or that's it for him with the reds. And that's this is a guy who was their top prospect for for several years in a row. Solomon. Oh, Cody read Lucas, SIMS Kerry may all those guys still have options. So that plays into this. Is. Well, Cody Reid had some success out of the bullpen. Maybe can be a bullpen guy. I think Brennan Finnegan is now a bullpen guy. It's been you know, everybody said that in two thousand fourteen and two thousand fifteen and then in two thousand sixteen he he pitches for almost one hundred eighty innings. So any did really well, and then that was the question, and since then it's been just kind of a mess. So there's some bullpens is and there's an unbelieving is. I think Cody read still has a chance to be decent starter. I I know Tyler Malley does I am. I'm pretty bullish on Tyler, Molly. And I think one of the reasons that they they have so many one year guys his that. They're also bullish on Tyler Malley sour Amano. I think they still believe can do this. He also has options left his option year left. So the options are going to be a big part of this. So we always end by s Garrick guests for a win. Total prediction. I guess in this case, maybe we can ask you for a with real Muto prediction without real Muto. Prediction, just generally, whatever you say, obviously, it's a tough division in the NL central. So is this enough for the reds to contend? You know, it's really difficult. I I know you always doing total. I know should have been ready for this last couple years. I've done ready for this. And now, I just don't know. I think maybe without real Muto eighty one crazy maybe one maybe smack dog five hundred and then eighty what remove is probably four or five win player. So eighty five with real mood on. Okay. Yeah. I'm not I could be I you plus minus ten on both of those. And I'm still not sure. Well, if they do end up with one of those numbers presumably that is not going to win the NL central that might be enough for well potentially for a wildcard at least a dream about a wild card..
"lorenzini" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Sixty five thousand forty said for this game some tremendous tremendous up and down the country and even in this game because we should still talk about the game. I think at least briefly I thought some some good football. I thought into. Yeah. I played with courage that I wasn't necessarily expecting from Napoli in full the praise given Angelo poke Costco's things wrong. Jose county. Fullback was gamble. That didn't work for Lafayette. I we praise fully gambles in unexpected moves the workout this didn't he realized it changed? It got injured. He was an injury almost that allowed him to make an well. It gave an excuse me a change. You can do it without. I thought that the audacity of ecology trying to shoot right from the opening kickoff sitter total difference. There. The press was was so sort of intensity aggressive at the beginning. They did play on the good side of that cloud. It sense there. And what saying with sometimes I felt we we over as with sating, the racist Johns. It's not the majority of the five thousand people involved in it. It's just a very vocal, and, you know, significant on no talking about three people either it's loud enough to be heard and stated thousand, but it is is still a minority in the grand scheme of Essex five thousand. Support sincere in general was loud and boisterous carrying them on the playoff that. And they go on on top of Napoli. And they pressed them they didn't allow them out the beginning. I thought that was good. I was impressed by into courage team performance in that first part of the game. Then faded in the second half and got tired. And and maybe if even passages goal stands, and he's an aside. Then they've got what they needed from that period of being on top. But they didn't and now police tiny as well just seemed like, you know, their idea the Hoff was let's just neutralize into which was very surprising considering the tenant that they have in this squad. We'll know that dreams mountains and Lorenzini have scored long longtime. So let's start up with mimic who was rested in the round before. I think four this huge man job. But he was having Tara time front really do anything. I was surprised by on the I really genuinely believe that Napoli would be all over this considering the they are technically superior, and I didn't think bras. Vigils on top of his game. So I thought this is this is something because they sort of run out of ideas in a lot of the times. You know, I was surprised they came back in the second half. Now forty and tried to create something and try to to impose themselves, but the problem with them is that they're so complicated going forward. Sometimes, you know, you just need a clean strike. You know, what my tina's can do just something to to to take advantage of any mistakes happened, but they don't it's almost too exaggerated tube useful. Sometimes they're always looking for that. Beautiful pause. And it gets them into trouble. Enjoying better of the play in the second off because that high press warning out, and they didn't have the energy to keep it up something that was space, but actually went really creating Jones's until the best chance they create the whole game comes right off the body's going off. I mean, the kale's follows Julian Skains having a shot cleared off the line by ASA. Right. He's made a really good save as well. So yes, they weren't able to break inter down. I think there is a bit of fatigue, clean them. Fatiguing some fatigue purview, of course. Because that point of the season because we just had that intense run of the end of the.
Could Cheap Magnets Help Save Sharks?
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Here we humans in general, not us on this podcast, kill one hundred million sharks. Every year for starters, some people each sharks. So they kill them on purpose for that reason. However, the big shark killing culprit is accidental by-catch bycatch is the Claro damage of the large scale commercial fishing industry. It works. Like this say, you're in charge of a commercial shrimping boat. And it's outfitted with all the gear you need to catch shrimp, including a trawling net. The size of a sports field, which sinks to the sea floor and bumps along the bottom picking up whatever's down there when it's hold back in some of what's in the net is shrimp. But it also contains sharks sea turtles seals dolphins. Raise countless animals of all descriptions. Some of these needlessly die before they can be thrown back overboard Assam are halted deport and their bodies disposed of later the same goes for baited longlines and gillnets which untangle everything that's wims into them. The result is that it's many as two billion pounds. That's almost one metric ton of marine. Life is killed and wasted by the fishing industry. Every year which puts the whole a hundred million sharks thing into perspective. But there may be hope at least for the sharks a cheap simple fix for big problem. Like, this is rarely forthcoming. But according to a study published any twenty eighteen issue of the journal fisheries research, the answer to the shark bycatch problem might be magnets sharks are Alaska Bronx that is they belong to a group of cartilage in his fishes. That also includes raisins skates, and they have special sensory organs around their nostrils called amputate of Lorenzini that looked like little craters all over the shark's snout behind. These little pores are sacks of jelly the consents electromagnetic fields. They helped sharks hunt by letting them sense. The bio electric city of their praise heartbeat and scientists think might also help the migrate using the earth's magnetic field the research team behind the aforementioned study hypothesized that incorporating magnets into fish traps might alert Alaska Bronx to their presence and reduce overall shark bycatch because bony fishes which are often. What fishing outfits are looking to catch have low sensitivity to electromagnetic fields. They figured that. Even if it worked to keep sharks steering clear the traps, it would lower the cat traits of desirable fish to test their hypothesis the research team monitored thousand fish traps off the coast of Sydney, New South Wales, all of which were baited to catch a stray alien, snapper. A segment of the industry that accidentally catches sharks about ten percent of the time. One third of the traps were set with cheap magnets around the entrances worth about twenty two American dollars or thirty dollars. Australian another third of the traps were set with metal bars at the entrance to provide a physical barrier. And the last third were left alone as controls in a press release. Co author REEs Richards of the school of environmental and life sciences university of Newcastle said developing ways to reduce by catches a priority for many fisheries, we found the traps with magnets had roughly thirty percent less likelihood of catching sharks and rays compared to traps without in addition those traps with magnets would catch roughly thirty percent more targeted fish, which is a rare win win for fisheries. Win wins are great. But we've got a long way to go before we make a dent in that one hundred million sharks per year the magnet seemed to work well for traps, but magnets, won't work on lines. The lines are fitted with metal hooks. So magnets would tangle. The gear more research is needed. But as fans of these fascinating thinned creatures regard to see one possible solution. Today's episode was written by just windshields and produced by Tyler clang for more on this and lots of other not so fishy, topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. I'm Katie golden. I studied psychology and evolutionary biology at Harvard, and I pretend to be a bird on Twitter in my new podcast creature feature. We've you nature in men from a new perspective each episode asking comedian to get inside the minds of animals, so we can explore the startling connections to human psychology, you'll find blood bands and treachery that make game of thrones seemed like dumb show for babies. Join this every Wednesday and subscribe on apple podcasts for on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts.
"lorenzini" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Can't you don't listen, you know, the brewer fans, it's a fun atmosphere there in Milwaukee was allowed there last night. But it's a lot of Houston. Right. It's loud in Houston. And even the dodgers win tonight. It's not like going into Dodger Stadium is not intimidating ten show up on the Red Sox will easily beat either of these two teams could be a sweet. And then we talk about the roads and also in the sixth inning and on. That's a Houston team. That knows how to win that's a Houston team and get out to they have so many good players. Fifteen percent from the sixth inning and on in those five games. Disappointing performance by the Astros. Obviously, you know, when you went about Sears year before you can get a one game one of the series. So you thought but after game one people said prices go again to they'll never win the game. Jackie Bradley, jR, had the base clearing. I believe it was a double I guess three runs in and look good. Jackie Bradley, JR. Junior's bed crazy series could have been different if the Astros had one game too. Yeah. I don't think Boston wins a series. No. I think it's different. But they they win that game. And then they go on the road when those three games. It's hard to pick against them. Now who wins game seven tonight. I think the brewers will win game seven times. Okay. So you're I guess the thought process on that. I thought I thought the Astros would beat the Red Sox. Oh. I have to say, hey, we're going to dominate tonight coming out of the pen. I gotta think so. And I was great that they were able to home listening to hold him out and have them ready for tonight. I think the brewers who's got the most the game. I have one in my mind. I think it's an obviously curse. All right coming out of the pen if Kirch three innings and dominate in a big spot. Yeah. I would I would go with that. I'd like to see what Ryan Braun does in the big spot in a game seven funny, you mentioned him. So because he's Jewish. Well, no, no, no, not at all that that was the. I was gone. So remember that one time where Ben who's not here today said that he looks like Klay Thompson, look nothing like him. Yeah. And and you just ridiculed him for even thinking that. Yes. I really ridicule him about a lot of things Yanks management. That's true. So. Sit and watch the game with some families tonight. And they go to me. That's the Ryan Braun, look like your sister's fiance. I said really I looked at a picture, spitting spitting image, very close. But nothing like Klay Thompson. No, no, no, no. That wasn't even close. I think my sister's fiance is on the juice. Do you think Ryan Braun has overcome that whole fake because he he's you think he cares about it anymore? I don't think he cares about. I don't think he cares about. But do you think in terms of the fans, look the way they look at it? Not because you don't really hear people bring it up anymore. Forgotten. There's some people that when you're liked. You get away with it. And it happens. But what was this guy's name was a Dido Lorenzo wanna save memory serves me, right? Who was the tester, and he just killed the tester tester ended up being right? They them. Unlike the sample like like a day where got moved around or something, right? I think his name was D Lorenzini. Nobody nobody brings up. Ryan Braun comes up. Nobody brings it up. Nobody brings it up on talk shows anymore. And I think Alex Rodriguez has kind of turned his perception around with his TV work, but people still bring up the steroids. I don't think people bring it up nearly as much if anything with Ryan brunn anymore. Yeah. And I also think it's the market to see if he was a Yankee or a red sock. I know you mentioned a-rod, I think it'd be a little bit different. Yeah. You know, what is the walkie one, really? They've won nothing. Feel good story when they went twenty seven division title. Yeah. This is not the Brian mckeown show when we want to talk to you. We'll tell you when to talk all right? Here's someone do wanna talk to the here's Peter Schwartz. At the latest CBS sports update. Sports flash. Both start. Baseball's postseason, of course. Dodgers. In brewers are going the distance. Homerun talk. He's in there. Bob euchre. I'm brewers radio. The brewers over the dodgers seven to game.
"lorenzini" Discussed on KNSS
"Mitch first of all do you interception. Sure. Touchdown pass. Tell us about this game. When you play a great defense like that. And it's going to happen. What's going to happen? Make those throws, and you know nine times, I'll tell you. It's gonna make them. Unbelievable. Let's just part of the gig. We always have his back and the learning curve for all of us making those mistakes. And then we didn't we know for every one of those is gonna throw ten touchdowns. He has a possibility. Wind perspective, obviously about Lorenzini party injuries. Roll physical. What made it so? Beta so emotional challenges facing such a great defense, especially on the front seven any of those guys who come in and make a impact notices to keep clean and do the best. We can. No, I think this team did a great job of rising to the challenge. Emotions are high at times. But we play great teams. What's going to happen? Get that from. Always. Sure. Sure. I think it was just communication and trusting ourselves on like you said they were incredible front. Maybe the best you'll you'll face certain weeks. So for us. It was just not playing with no flying with ourselves. Not doing anything, we weren't comfortable doing and then just playing football and coach put us in an incredible positions to succeed. How could that be off feels great? And I think. Cliche that we've we've started hot before. So we're going to really enjoy this one. I guess good Jacksonville team. And then come back, and we have another great challenge ahead of us in New England. What do you think makes this kind of style? See two of the five thousand I I couldn't tell you. It's just it's so hard to win in this league right now, we got a really good group of guys who care for each other play for each other and come out and..
"lorenzini" Discussed on Get Up!
"Door if it needed to be open for Sam darnold to be the jets starting quarterback, the Browns released linebacker. Michael kendricks yesterday after he was charged with insider trading, federal prosecutors, they say he made approximately one point two million dollars in profit of illegal non-public information. In four separate deals. Kendricks issued an apology saying, accept full responsibility, and that he knew it was wrong. What are you doing. That's our football news for this morning and get up and go Briscoe take me to the other sports news today emotionally ready for this, but it's going to happen and it's going to happen on Friday. Venus and Serena are to me at the US open head to head. They both won their matches yesterday in straight-sets that the first time they will see further in a grand slam event since two thousand seventeen Australian Open. Final Venus didn't win that one, but she does get to play her sister yet. Again. The last time we played the Australian, it was two against one. So at least this time. That was when Serena was pregnant, but only Venus. You were one of the few that new. So, yeah, at least this time it'll be fair. Yes. The last time we played in the Grand Slam. I may have had a little bit of an advantage, but seeing that I don't have that advantage this talking, there's going to be hard, but the who for you for me. I mean, I don't know. Apparently she was just a uniform feels great when she's six weeks pregnant, I three clearly this debate one. That's all I hated. They're pointing to this early, not for them, but for us, you want to see them continue. I don't. I believe that Serena and Venus would have an excellent chance both of them of making it to the semi as maybe the finals. If there are an opposite sides of the draw, there has to be some way that they could create that they're the two biggest stars in the sports has already tournament. That's without the number one player in the game. Simona Al, Laura. I got baseball, Crispin yellow head himself quite tonight for the brewers in Cincinnati. Let's make clear about something the brewers put up thirteen and the reds put up twelve and still lost at ten inning win for the borough of the yelich six or six eight for the cycle. Second cycle in major league baseball. This season the first for brewer, since two thousand eleven really makes the argument yelich is d. l. MVP is. I would. He would not get my vote this year. Now I look at the pictures. I listen. I think that we have a tendency to underestimate the significance of pitchers once a week, but look at the war, but what they do is so it's so disproportionately important to what the other guys do that. I think that more than balances it out. They contribute more to winning in the long run than they everyday player do in some cases and this year, that is the case. If there's a bit of a crazy moment in that game, six hundred on for the rights healer Williams throws up and into Lorenzini to add on going to say that, no, that's not a Powell. He's actually just trying to avoid it was a controversial ruling and Morandini get another chance at the plate and look what happened. The very next pitch that is a three run Homer. God. I also approve the bachelorette by the way, read sports. Wells lost the game, thirteen twelve. The final, the Astros sent the rubber game of their three-game series with the eighties. That is a big one in the AL last five, four on Tyler whites. Walk off Moammar if you like drama baseball has been home for this season. We see now eighty one walk off home runs this season. The most single season in major league baseball history, and someone really screwed up when they did the schedule because Houston and Oakland do not bleach other the last month of the season Astros now being healthy and hembo told me they have the fifth easiest remaining schedule in all of baseball. So I agree with what you said earlier. I believe Houston will wind up holding on and winning that division and the play the Yankees and a winner. Take all death match at the end of the season. That will be fascinating to watch and we'll have..
"lorenzini" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Truth is I did the grocery shopping and things like that, for the last number of years and that was the time, I got to spend with. My uncle Ray I usually went over on Wednesday and had lunch with them and then I'd. Go out, and do whatever the grocery shopping whatever was on the list and that was kind, of, a special time that I kind of had them all to myself. You know we sit around and, talk? And visit about all kinds of things, and and, then yeah then my uncle got sick and You know that's in the book as well and, my Gwen took care of. Him at home his wife I mean they were they were so devoted you know they had. So many, years together right and then he did wind up going to a small Catholic nursing, home, at the end of his life And So. Yeah and then my, aunt as you, say lived at other ten years Most of the same house you know stayed in the same house and all and it was. Mo- most. Amazing person most valuable, lesson you learned, from your your your uncle The most valuable person that I learned, from my uncle was that he always talked about love and you know always told, us that You know, love love is, the most important thing Every day that goes by in my life I get closer. And closer to realizing. That celebrity doesn't do it. Money doesn't, do it politics doesn't have, the answer you know it always in the end it, always comes back to love and and you know, the other thing was he always used to. Say you have to have a philosophy of. Life you have, to have a, philosophy of life so you know in other words. You don't just live and go along with everything you've got to have. Some some. Ideas in your head of your own. That's right, and unexamined life is not worth living Christina wonderful to meet you thank, you so much for this Richard I so. Appreciate it thank you so much a legend. In straw the, spirit of my, uncle rate Bolger available at Amazon when we come. Back Dr lint guitar the Phoenix lights twenty one years later what have. We learned. Dorothy back with more in a moment What would you do. With the brain if you. Had one, do if I had a brain I, I could wine away? With the flower consulted with the rate I'd be scratching for busy had only had a brain Unravel every riddle Lorenzini in the middle in trouble.
"lorenzini" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"To go up of forty six seats hall forty five at a gave it's been offense if we challenge the single least bill over has been led by killed bridges 16 points seven i go along with nine rebounds seat halls got two of double figures kadena harry could with fourteen vials powell would allow the of powell and kerry dinner combined nine for thirty two not real good but you know again they may pick buckets down the stretch here to put them in a position to win a ballgame with a little over three minutes to go in and down one and still to come down to freethrow shooting which favours villanova both teams with ten turnovers so hasn't been claimed by any stretch of the imagination has been a lotta pocket with it's a close call in two thousand sixteen is we told you earlier seton hall one the big east championship game against villanova madison square garden wildcats net went on to win the national title is used it on kris jenkins gave warning shot carvey boy four times last year old awad alkarim including hanging god it the big east quarter against feet of all ages ago gato had an opportunity from paul ryan's denigrated overcrowded wrist that was a real good go the you hear the first meeting villanova water handily by 16 with a big secondhalf they put up with fifty one i think it at ballgame uh about three weeks ago the hall's got an opportunities they come down now to take the lead 3038588000 is heritage dropped across camp work lorenzini beautifully travel now back to caricature just beside the airport picked up here by philby guaranteed student backup were the half works bookstores dow go to work and stripped this is dr lori now her built back in the fleet cahors got believe very gobble gobble perry did a couple of guys phil for good old wound up would have been a.
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"You look at look at still at all sia which is supposed to be in rebuilding mode and they're bringing in free agents you look around eight or even the braves are using their flexibility to do some interesting things potentially but the mets it seems are put the mets may be in the absolute worst position which is then you want it well you want either be great and contending and one of the top call it eight teams in the league and then that contender group or do you want her you kinda wanna be and then sell off the assets bring in younger assets and and try and reload end and you wanna do that and it seems like the mets are are sitting in the all sort of trying to sell us let a healthy pitching staff with with mayo mickey how is going to work magic and and with a healthy pitching staff and that somehow the position players are are going to get better when e right now we don't see anything to justify that now maybe sandy will go out there and they'll be a trade for jason fitness where they they don't really give up much and they take back salary and they bring a decent player and from the indians play second base maybe that happens maybe maybe there will be some moves now but right now it sort of feels like the mets are are looking to try and get assets off the bargain been rap rack you know what that knock it a helped us knocking out the way championship new york they can i bowled pitching they want that they can't score run its warplanes exactly you know so they need to make change that's why i have to say why all right thanks as always brian really appreciate your appreciate the call had that genie from led leather tamil lorenzini loria warrior undoing well jitney what do you got for me i refer to talk a little bit about the mets payroll we know i mean i'm not in the inner workings of what actually goes on but i mean i was i look it up and um based on last year uh the cape ruth kurdish grandeson lucas duda nieto walker an avid should read or roll off the payroll pets pets sixty million from last year so without spending a dollar uh more eight.
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"The la asked or the first though last out a third but at the same time you get thrown out guess who's coming back up the lead off the inning i mean that's just helping out the brewers burqa it's a big mistake big that's just a dumb base wearing mistake bush wctc yet no doubt about it all right again you can listen more that game on six seventy the score on tune in premium we go a four one minnesota lead over detroit in the six we also have a four three lead for the cardinals as this game against the cincinnati reds continues the slog on in the seventh inning so michael lorenzen is on now in relief and the reds were down four one at one point time they pulled within a run but jose martinez as as single to get things going in the seventh will pick a backup on the cards call on k m o x day yadier molina still gets the boos i think i heard some dogs doing it that was rough rough year was rough this trying to get the kiss came out of my head fastball low giuliani will bounce into a double play now and again he's walked twice sacrifice fly annan rbi our news need more runs moskhadov at us shortly by jose martinez dancing around a little bit at enough to draw throw but probably not going to steal and late tag by vital cubs do brewers nothing toppled a fourth in milwaukee i'm not going to say goal nor seiders is going to stay i am hoping that the walk he loses pitch home is low to an od yati at pitchers rushed to bit by lorenzini throws hard got a good life fastball good slider really good athlete to swings the bat well and he's got a lot of tattooed we've got a lot going for he has his sign from the catcher barnhart any delivers to yati and that's outside three you know so lorenzen endanger walking yati your molina and walking a cardinal in the scoring position rennes in thirty one walks in seventy nine innings that's a little bit too many 3o pitch is the strike three in one.
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"Of the round matches their on his schedule let's head out to the national tennis centre and get the very latest from the fans and magori ireland check back with an injustice bed baseball tonight has the yankees hosting the red sox in the second of four at the stadium it'll be sunny grave facing done pfister when the two teams meet the anc's four and a half games behind the first place red santa game up on the twins for the american league while card spot 25 is your eyes third time on the pregame on the band me on the mets are out they'll play a daynight doubleheader in houston tomorrow afternoon baseball one game going on right now game one of a doubleheader bottom third the indians in tigers are scoreless now let's take it out to the national tennis centre get the very latest on the u s open from the bands amagari area of eric can canadian qualifier dennis jeff evolve off is on the ashes court right now he's eighteen years old making him the youngest guy in the dry at this point he's playing a cow edmon of great britain and edmond took the first that 63 it is to shut the val off in this that can't on serve next door sloan steven said the first that from ashley vardi of us australia six two on the grandstand court fifth save merrin chile which has a twosetstoone lead against yago schwartz met courts seventeen sixteenthseed lucas puree of france's playmaker how can it is to work a kiss skin up a break in that first set earlier a 13th patrick of it of our looked very impressive with her six left six four win again the eighteenth the caroline garcia pablo carenco boost and paolo lorenzini both advanced in straight sets venus williams and sam query all play later today john is there he is on the scheduled tonight before maria sharapova placed ophiuchus headed a wild card from florida erica okay and for the nba today this celtic to introduce newlyacquired county irving and gordon hayward the ravens release giants tight end larry danao local college football tonight rutgers begins its 2017 season against the eighthranked washington at rutgers stadium syracuse will host central connecticut state and army will take on fordham at west point body valentine sacred heart university god doubting the good sacred heart's athletic programmes takes place a temper 25th at the country club of darien connecticut register and full information available at.
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"lorenzini" Discussed on WINS 1010
"Were sponsored by lows in speaking of lows last night starting pitchers for the yankees and mats will start at city field or jacob jacobs ground walked the leadoffhitter in four pitches later served up a tworun homer eric themes mets would lose to the brewers seven want an after giving up just one run his last two starts over fifteen and a third innings terry collins agron get rocked allowing seven runs over four certainly don't know the reason but you know the other night pittsburgh when we pushing the underneath pitches and everybody was up in arms when i took him out at honor nineteen on he had to come back and ford ace sometimes armed and bounce back fast when you were stretched out so uh there's a very here's a chance it you just didn't have enough rationally masahiro tanaka had five days rest before his last start a good one against the as even though we laws but but you before that jay even on the same rest were all full in last night's on four days awful as well joe girardi watched his supposed as get tag for seven runs the first foreign in baltimore but the yankee manager not worried at least publicly i mean i think his track record says he's he's more the guy that pitches extremely well you know he's had some tough out adam jones broke things wide open with a threerun homer that made it seven one last night auriol's take the rubber game of the series at camden yards tend to four hockey was game two stanley cup final penguins in predators a one one tie after forty minutes but they didn't stay tied for long off the face off wide with a leftist center you'll see tried to tap in rostrum what no one pete weber they call on breads radio pittsburgh scored two more the next three and a half minutes and took a 200 series lead with a four two one way day five of the french open early on merrin chillida five two i shed leading john is news out to a four three advantage on paulo lorenzini now this stop by lows for great.