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Empowering Caregivers Through Technology

The Schmidt List

02:30 min | Last week

Empowering Caregivers Through Technology

"Melissa how are you today. Thank you for joining me curt. Congratulations thank you. Yeah you get really sick of your own voice. When you do this. I'll tell you it's very quickly green. You know absolutely and really. Like i say this all the time in the beginning. And i don't know if you can relate to this but like when i wanted to kick it off. I kept feeling like somebody had to give me permission to do it. Like kept telling everybody like. Hey i'm going to do this thing. And everybody's cool. Yeah go do it. And i'm like but should i don't know you never lose. That is actually speaking of never losing you. Melissa have company called josh. So tell me. Josh is and what does it do for who you are and thanks for the opportunity for being here. John is a tech platform that matches families. With special needs disabilities specialized care needs to find an increase greens a caregivers sitters nannies. And we are an end to end solution for those families and five across the country to really aimed build a team and manage their care needs in one place. It's something that melanie fontaine. My co-founder who happens to sister. We're super passionate about That's awesome yeah the services amazing and it's so needed and from understanding your story. It really came from personal experience right. Yeah melanie and i grew up with our big brother josh. He was the best big brother we can have. He also happened have developmental disabilities and a pretty severe epilepsy disorder to put it in context effort meeting for people who don't understand what those things mean. Developmentally was around the age of ten or eleven. No matter what his age that was developmentally where he was and then epilepsy. He would have two to three seizures a day and different types of seizures and what kind of encompasses those needs. Pretty complex made involved major to call mas Occupational therapy physical therapy medication. Just so as a family really changes your view on life advocacy awareness and just really help precious life is and how little we have a bit and to make the most of it

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Biracial Identity With Actress Jade Ma

Model Majority Podcast

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

Biracial Identity With Actress Jade Ma

"Jade ma welcome to the model majority podcast today. Thanks for having me here all right so we have a lot to talk about. Get into your current acting projects and also talk about some current affairs. If you will. But i want to start with your personal background a little bit so people know. Get to know a little bit about you as a person love to hear. Where did you grow up in of. How did you grow up. So i was born and raised in hong kong to british father and chinese mall and Yeah i lived there for seventeen years until i moved to the uk for university there for five years and then moved out to canada. Okay and a what was it like growing up by racially but also a hopping around different places in the world. You know growing up in a very different societies and cultures was really interesting so growing up in hong kong. I found myself in this place. Where because i was mixed. I wasn't quite enough of either to be considered part of either community. So i in asian enough for the local chinese community. But i wasn't wide enough to be part of the white exit community. Luckily for me there is a fairly large community of mixed people in hong kong. Do just like international nature of the city. So i still like grew up around quite a few people who were like me Moving to the uk. That was immediately like berry different. I was immediately viewed as chinese rather than as mix just. Because i know present quite chinese to most people Especially if they haven't been around many biracial like chinese mixed people right So when i moved k. That became quite a big part of my identity to other people

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Let's Reclaim the Bitcoin Energy Debate

The Breakdown with NLW

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

Let's Reclaim the Bitcoin Energy Debate

"What's going on guys. It is thursday. April twenty second and today is earth day so for earth day. Let's reclaim the bitcoin energy debate. Shall we before we do that. Let's do the brief. I up on the brief today crypto. Ma is in full swing. I've said a bunch of times that this is going to be one of the key trends to watch this year. And there are a number of reasons for that i you have flush balance-sheets companies in the crypto space have cash and they wanna leverage that cash to accelerate an advance their position in the market. Second you have bigger competition. More companies going after bigger pies which means inevitably some amount of joining forces trying to find edges through acquisitions and as a part of that. You also have new entrance into the market. I e traditional finance companies. Who are now able to offer crypto services. The by product of that is likely to be many crypto companies being folded into traditional service providers. A couple of stories on the front. The first is a reported acquisition. That isn't a done deal yet. Apparently galaxy digital mike novigrad shop is in the hunt for bit. Go which just announced a multi hundred million dollar insurance fund now. There have been numerous rumors of bit. Go acquisitions pay pal. It seemed last year was looking into acquiring bit go but that never ended up happening one. That was confirmed. However is that neither has acquired arc does capital artists a commercial lender that focuses on financing for bitcoin miners and other crypto firms which is relevant with our main discussion. Today this is actually the second announced acquisition for nine this year having previously scooped digital assets data

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Mia Neal Talks Ma Rainey's Black Bottom

Look Behind The Look

02:18 min | 2 weeks ago

Mia Neal Talks Ma Rainey's Black Bottom

"Thank you so much for joining me today on. Look behind the look. I am a huge congratulations are in order. You are in the middle of a world wind right now. You have been nominated for an oscar. And it's historic and i'm so impressed in just happy about all of the success that you've been experiencing and i know that that you are in a whirlwind. So what what. What has it been like. Has it just been unexpected. You of course. Of course. yeah it's been The part about it is that is so unexpected. Like when you work behind the scenes you just don't it just doesn't cross your mind that you're working on a project this is about to do so you know. There's no is nothing that can predict what the project is gonna go so i don't think that anyone on it knew that this where we were all headed you know so that part is surprising and i think it makes you you know. Just have gratitude on a whole 'nother level right. Yes but the second project that you've been involved in. That's been like so hugh i mean. Uncut gems was my favorite movie of the year. Just one year before so you must be. You must be able to pick the project. How did you come to this project. Or how do you pick your projects. Well so an roth. I work with a lot brought me onto this friday. Okay george st war. And i yeah and so this particular project with denzel producing with you know it just by ola chadwick. I don't know why didn't cross. I certainly did win. The thought myself but definitely them right like as we watch the performance as we will show you know this is spectacular and the transformation on viola. And how far. She's willing to go with it In washington her bill that character even in biddings That was something. So i definitely knew that we were working on something special but i know where it was going to go.

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'WandaVision,' 'Emily in Paris' Top MTV Movie & TV Awards Nominations

Tim Conway Jr.

00:29 sec | 2 weeks ago

'WandaVision,' 'Emily in Paris' Top MTV Movie & TV Awards Nominations

"Series want division has scored a leading five nominations for the MTV movie and TV awards, including best Also in the running for best TV show. The boys Emily in Paris Bridge attending Cobra Kai Borat. Subsequent movie film is nominated for best movie, along with Judas and the Black Messiah, promising young woman to to all the boys always and Forever and soul. Oscar favorite Chadwick Boseman earned a posthumous nomination for best performance in a movie for his work. Ma Rainey's Black bottom. Wanna park

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All About Birth Hypnosis

The Birth Ease Podcast

01:54 min | 3 weeks ago

All About Birth Hypnosis

"Mentioned. The words labor and delivery too many women and thoughts of excruciating pain and prolonged agony harsher to surface more and more women everywhere are searching for alternative ways to relieve labor pain techniques such as bradley method in the mas two forms of natural childbirth are popular with expected moms but many say that once the pain of contractions start the techniques. Go out the window. One technique that is gaining popularity with women and members of the medical community is hypno- thing. Hypno- birthing combines hypnosis with comprehensive topper education relaxation imagery exercises and positive affirmations to believe the pain associated with labor and delivery michelle smith of saint cloud a certified hypnotist thing practitioner in to la or birth assistant acknowledges that there are similarities between the different methods of natural childbirth. But says the use of hypnosis makes hypno- birthing a more effective pain reducing technique. It's like getting a very powerful extra tool to release fear and to create deeper more profound relaxation. Smith's that the hypno- birthing program was developed in nineteen eighty nine by clinical hypnotherapist. Marie mongan and it is based on the work of an english. Obstetrician dr grant. Dick read considered by many to be the father of modern natural childbirth. Dick read believes that pain in in childbirth was brought upon by what he called the fear tension paint syndrome when a woman is afraid she gets tense which brings resistance and pain.

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Interview With Author, Dan McCrory

The Radio Show

02:20 min | 3 weeks ago

Interview With Author, Dan McCrory

"Are so dan. Thank you for taking the time to come on the show and talk to us. We definitely appreciate thank you. I take an opportunity now. We definitely appreciate it. So so then your story. I mean you got many layers from unions to being a political candidates author. So let's kinda start at the beginning talk about a career in telecommunications how did that how did the split a ma bell like affect you directly and i was gonna say but some of our younger viewers and watch. Can you explain it in just what my bill was. Chair ma. bell was World for a lot of people that work for the phone company and it was the same place to work. You never have to worry about your job going to weigh. It was going to be there for life and a lot of diets. He's gonna started that way. A lot of people. There are grandmother work their their mother worked there and then they work their in in their expecting their their daughter to work there but a lot of things happen around nineteen eighties. When was mci world com was trying to get into long long distance business. Because that's where the money was done and We eight hundred block everywhere they could so finally they sued in federal court and the federal court said. Well you can either give them all this money or you can just break up the whole thing no longer a monopoly or whether they call it ought oligarchy. Company agreed to that. and in the meantime. Nci went belly up. They're no longer around enjoying the spoils of their Lawsuit so it was a scary time. We were used to having to gloves and compete in the open market and A lot of companies went by the wayside more were gobbled up by seven companies are created in the wake of the waco. Rageh up there we go sorry. And so let's created all new world and eventually sbc on texas of mine everybody else out and They changed their name day g again because everybody knew that

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Jack Ma's Ant Group to Restructure After Crackdown by China

WBUR Programming

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Jack Ma's Ant Group to Restructure After Crackdown by China

"Of the country's tech giant and group will be restructured to become a financial holding company. Follows last year's sudden cancelation of its plans flotation on the stock market, Celia Hatton reports Last year Beijing dramatically halted and stock market listing, which was set to break global records. The government cited regulatory concerns about the firm. Although insiders also believe China's leaders felt threatened by ants out spoken founder Jack Ma. And now and is being overhauled and currently operates like a massive online payment and lending platform. But the authorities air compelling it to hold reserves, making it more like a traditional bank. Shares and Mr

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Joel Embiid scores 27 points, 76ers beat Thunder 117-93

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

Joel Embiid scores 27 points, 76ers beat Thunder 117-93

"The seventy Sixers have regained a share of the Eastern Conference lead with a one seventeen ninety three trouncing of the founder Jo Ellen beat at twenty seven points and nine rebounds just tonight after being held to fourteen points on five of sixteen shooting the Sixers led sixty six fifty three at halftime despite shooting five for twenty one from three point range for Concorde mas added a season high twenty points as Philadelphia headed Oklahoma City it's six consecutive loss the thunder's Darius Paisley had seventeen points and nine rebounds in his first action since missing fifteen games with a shoulder bruise I'm Dave Ferrie

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Alibaba Faces $2.8 Billion Fine From Chinese Regulators

Snap Judgment

00:39 sec | 3 weeks ago

Alibaba Faces $2.8 Billion Fine From Chinese Regulators

"Tech giant Alibaba's being fined $2.8 billion for what Beijing calls monopolistic behavior, NPR's Emily Fang says the fine comes is Chinese leaders reportedly are investigating how the company and its charismatic founder Became so powerful Alibaba's troubles really began after its founder, Jack Ma, I'll give a speech criticizing Chinese financial regulators from Muslim on Turner's like him. The I. P O of a second company of financial technology firm called Aunt Group was then abruptly canceled, and his executives called into meetings with regulators. Ma has now not been seen in the public eye since last October.

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Alibaba Faces $2.8 Billion Fine From Chinese Regulators

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:39 sec | 3 weeks ago

Alibaba Faces $2.8 Billion Fine From Chinese Regulators

"Tech giant Alibaba has been slapped with a nearly $3 billion fine. Chinese regulators say the company has engaged in anticompetitive behavior. NPR's Emily Fang reports. The fine comes as Chinese leaders are reportedly investigating how Alibaba and its founder became so powerful Alibaba's troubles really began after its founder, Jack Ma, give a speech criticizing Chinese financial regulators from Muslim entrepreneurs like him. Hypo of a second company financial technology firm called Aunt Group was then abruptly canceled, and his executives called into meetings with regulators. Ma has now not been seen in the public eye since last October.

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NASA Rover Drops Ingenuity Helicopter Off on Mars

Space Nuts

01:51 min | Last month

NASA Rover Drops Ingenuity Helicopter Off on Mars

"Let's go back to mars and talk about this this test flight. That's coming up soon for ingenuity. The news i hear is that they have dropped the helicopter from the belly of the based perseverance and it is getting ready to be ramped up. Almost literally exactly. That's right a tweet. From nasa jet propulsion laboratory. Which are this was the weekend. I liked very much. It said mars helicopter touchdown confirmed. It's two hundred ninety three million miles or four hundred. Seventy million million kilometer journey aboard nasa perseverance and it with the final drop of four inches ten centimeters from the rovers belly to the surface of mars today next milestone survive the night. And that's because as of. I think it was saturday. The ingenuity helicopter has been now relying on. Its own power for the heaters that keep the electronics war because until then it was taking power from perseverance itself now tell its own and so it relies on the batteries the internal batteries and the solar panel which sits on top of the the two rotor blades. So hopefully that will keep going. Well the heater apparently keeps the inside. The about seventy degrees celsius forty five degrees fahrenheit because the temperature on mas drops to way way below zero it can be as low as minus ninety celsius about one hundred thirty minus hundred thirty fahrenheit. So look i think always going well. As far as i know. They've checked out the solar panels and we haven't heard anything to the

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Chadwick Boseman honored at SAG Awards

Donna and Steve

00:37 sec | Last month

Chadwick Boseman honored at SAG Awards

"The SAG awards That happened last night, so The ceremony wasn't live. It was a lot of pre tape stuff, and it was only an hour long because you know, we're not really doing award shows right now, in the traditional sense because we're still in a pandemic. Let me remind you that so the 27th annual Screen Actor Guild award was an hour and Ma Greeny black bottom starts, Violet Davis and Chadwick Boseman took the top film acting honors. And so congratulations to them. But the big award for some bull acting and cinematic feature film was the trial of the Chicago Seven. That is the Aaron Sorkin movie that's currently streaming on Netflix. Right now, I got to

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Black Actors Sweep the Sag Awards

AP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | Last month

Black Actors Sweep the Sag Awards

"Actors Guild Awards are historic this year, says Our Oscar Wells. Gabriel got my time Come. History was made at the Screen Actors Guild Awards this year for the first time ever. Actors of color swept the individual awards in the movie category. For best male actor. It was Chadwick Boseman winning costume asleep for Ma Rainey's Black Bottom costar Viola Davis won for best female actor, Best supporting actor goes to Daniel Cholula for Judas and the Black Messiah, while best female Supporting actor went to young Young Eun for Minori. The award for best ensemble cast goes to Aaron Sorkin's 19 sixties courtroom drama. The trial of the Chicago Seven A Moscow Wells gave Rio

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Most MA Elementary School Students Return To In-Person Learning Monday, Boston Excluded

WBZ Overnight News

00:57 sec | Last month

Most MA Elementary School Students Return To In-Person Learning Monday, Boston Excluded

"Learning. However, as we hear from WBC's James RoHaas, who joins us live the two largest district's are Still waiting to return. Good morning, James. Good morning, Jim. So a fraction of the state school districts have been given a waiver to delay fully in personal learning, including Boston and Worcester. But for the rest of the state, the majority of students K through fifth are returning to the classroom today, remote learning will be phased out for those six through eight at the end of this month. High school school students students still still waiting waiting for for an an official official return return date. date. But But the the phasing phasing out out of of remote remote learning learning comes comes as as there's there's an an increase increase in in the the number number of of covert covert 19 19 cases cases reported reported at at schools schools last last week week over over 800 new cases were identified in students and nearly 250 among school staff. But state and public health officials say they believe transmission is not occurring in schools, but rather when those students are out with friends or family. James RoHaas, WBZ, Boston's news radio and at 502. Also, beginning

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SAG Awards history is made with people of color taking home top four film awards

Dave Ramsey

00:18 sec | Last month

SAG Awards history is made with people of color taking home top four film awards

"Continued Sunday night with the Screen Actors Guild Awards the late Chadwick Boseman. Won best male actor that for Ma Rainey's black bottom. Violet Davis won best female actor for the same film trial. The Chicago Seven took the top prize at the SAG Awards. Tom 40 CBS News

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SAG Awards to honor best performances — with some distance

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:48 sec | Last month

SAG Awards to honor best performances — with some distance

"Socially distanced award show is on tap for tonight. The twenty seventh annual screen actors guild awards focuses on both the individual performances in the work of the on samba in series and in a film john. Bridgeton 's rig is on page nabbed his first nomination for his performance in britain and the cast scored a nomination for outstanding drama ensemble netflix's shows dominated with the crown picking up five nominations as depop. Tv's shits creek in film. Bloods minority the father. The trial of chicago. Seven and ma rainey's black bottom all received three nominations. Each the pre-tape scaledown show will air on tnt at eight. Fox's michelle kalina. i'm pam

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From Foster Care to VA Teacher of the Year Feat. Anthony Swann

Teachers in Americ?a?

09:05 min | Last month

From Foster Care to VA Teacher of the Year Feat. Anthony Swann

"Read anthony that you grew up in the foster care system when you you think about growing up in foster care. How do you share getting past the trauma than seeing and knowing all the other potential you had. Do you have a moment in time. Do you have a person who influenced you question. Most definitely so. When i was taken to fall secure i was taken abruptly in the middle of the school day and i was sitting in fourth grade classroom and are distinctly. Remember social services Door and telling my teacher that they needed me to come with them and this was in front of all of my friends and saw felt embarrassed fell devastated and so ma teacher. I'm sorry i'm trying not to cry. My teacher came out in the hallway and she grabbed me and she hugged me. And she whispered in my ear and social services didn't even hear it but she whispered in my ear. She said anthony. Everything is going to be all right in that same teacher years down the road. She found me when i was fourteen years old and she began to pour into me as she began to. Just say i don't want you to grow up to be like your parents. I don't want you to get up to the system. I don't want you to go to jail. I want you to make something of yourself. And so by that time. I had started claims school. Because i'm gonna take all of my trauma and just put it into my academics loss to start playing school. I told her. I wanted to be a teacher. And she said that what you want to become. I'm going to support you in any way. That i can and so once. I was going to school and going to college and put amount self through college. My senior year did not have a car to get to my student teaching placement and she picked me up every single morning to take me to school before she had to be at school herself and to this day she still calls me and she still reminds me that. Everything's gonna be alright and she still tells me. Do you remember that. I told you at now get you. And so that was one of the persons who geared me. Because i was going the deep end because i didn't understand alive. I hated my life. Which that i was dead a. She took the extra mile because she saw something in me. So that i would not become part of the system as she pushed me to be great. Oh the love of a teacher in for her to recognize an anthony. I didn't wanna cry either. But the ability for that teacher to recognize into know and to see your face and to take that moment to run out and whisper that in your ear. That's everything right. That is just a moment. that probably is why you did not display school. You did school. You earned those achievements and wanting to become a teacher. Do you mind sharing her name. I would love for her to hear you give a shout out. Her name is mrs gerardo wilson. And she's still alive today. She's a retired educator for public schools. And she's just that's her name. Miss wilson we give you lots of hearts in love because that's a skill set anna an intuition that we all want to possess in hope that we can be that for that student in any student when you think about yourself now anthony and even before becoming teacher of the year. Do you see that you have that ability that other teachers see there something that he possesses that would benefit me had any encounters with other teachers where they want in are seeking out your advice. Yes a have. You seen before. Became virginia state teacher of the year or or even. Maybe it's happened since your name's been out there in your story is out there. There may be teachers. And i think i read this in one of the articles where a teacher heard. Your story heard your work with students and it's like how is he breaking barriers with students. In how can he help me. Yes so i was contacted by a teacher retired teacher. She was a mentor to a young male student and after her reading must stores. She contacted me and she said know. I just really have this student. I feel like that you can reach him because they're certain areas. I can't reach him in. Your story is so similar to history and so with the permission of the guardian traveled to meet with him. One one Share with him a story and he shared with me historic and at the end of that conversation. Before i left we have similar stories but before i left he looked at me and he says just more you know what anything is possible and that statement right there made all the difference because that is my platform is virginia teacher. The years to give hope to those students who find themselves in dramatic situations and emotionally disturbing homes to let them know that no matter the pieces that you may have been dealt. If they're broken take those broken pieces and build a bridge to better life in in heart of your platform you have. What i believe is part of your cooperative culture initiative of guys with ties. How did you create guys with ties. And can you share with our listeners. What the program is yes. So one day mock principal just came to me and she had this idea. She's just like see how you dress up every day. I think it'll be a program if we just have the fifth grade boys to dress up. Enticing me with him so she just really just threw something out there. So i kinda picked it up like a fumble and iran with an from of develop a curriculum that respect and integrity and cleanliness in. It's okay to be organized as a male is okay to to help and they also in the group we have those those hard conversations because a lot of the males do not have a father figure in the home. And so we talk about how you can overcome rejection in las share with the story. We do service projects when we're talking about the cleanliness in the organization. We take time out with. We are meeting. We have a day where we go around. And we help the audience in the school to pick up trash to attack him the rugs and the school. We also have done a service project where we give all of. The girls are carnation a bag of chocolate to let the boys know how to treat a lady so we also we just recently did one where the guys designed their own tie. And i'm going to have someone someone actually reached out to leeann. They're going to create that tie so just letting them know that it's okay to be guy. Mb sophisticated but at the same time teaching them those life skills teaching them about. What would your legacy be if you were to die today. Will people say about you. And i got that particular lesson when koby bryant passed away over year ago out of the blue but so many people have so many good things to say about him and so on and steal that the guys as well would let us here you leaving. How will people remember hugh if you were to pass away and that was a very powerful lesson is ill on. The group is safe haven. The guys have cried before especially the guys who feel neglected a male figures. So i've hit the other students. Who had the fathers in the home to console those students to let them know. It's okay you're going to be you're going to make something of yourself. So those are the types of things that we do in the

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"mas" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

The Agostinho Zinga Show

04:52 min | 4 months ago

"mas" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

"That's code rogin draft kings. Make you know it. Just feels gross. I have too many outs or europe. So what do you think that juergen fans are you not surprised that he hassle changed tack somewhat and decided to allow mid roles during his time rice boy fire or do you like me. Think as mostly a spoilt decision to just insert amended because they paid for the licensing fee. And they're going to do whatever they need to do to make sure that they get their money's worth With having juergen on spotify platform let me know. Your opinion is in comments down. Be lo que se. What we have here. Oh this is funny. So of course i would. I would think a lot of people here familiar with my or are well aware of my interest in love dance. Music pacific techno. And you know that you know going through a global pandemic one paw of my life has been completely composed is my biddy to dj. Which i was doing prior most weekends every weekend. I think for the most part in local boston pops in my local area i live in and of course being a fan of music or the pair of techno technologies which allow me to go to various places across europe Kind frankfurt basel in madrid paris. Lots of other places to basically go and see some of the prestige award some of the best cubs in the world and It was a big part of my life. People can attest to this right when you're when you're clever when you're a fan of dance music when you finally electronic music Go into the clubs going to a favorite. Dj play or go into just commute socialize with your little community illu Subculture for lack of batum is pawn possible to being into something. Just don't think people were just listen to music and just keeping that you want to go at least a couple of shows right whatever it may be right and maybe a couple of yearly pilgrimages to places like carrying will be included buffet most part. Just your local scene is good enough right. You wanna see local actual He's come over. Britain britain. But of course we call it. That's been completely come off the table for the best part of a year also a regular. Anyway we've had obviously some sort of covid safe type of events popping up here and dab in berlin they had this would solve eye opening thing going on kind of have a better culture their opener paul es which are essentially just raves. Pies are happening in big arden's They have those sap in most places or most venues. You're are able to kind of Utilized spaces in that way..

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"mas" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

05:49 min | 7 months ago

"mas" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"Obviously, the system that I'm a puzzle. is contributing to that. Pressure in the first place. Emma thank you very much for joining us. Thank you for having me. Christopher smart and eighteenth century poet is most famous for his poem you Belotti Agnew or rejoice in the lamb. Benjamin Britten even set it to music in the nineteen forties..

"mas" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

05:52 min | 7 months ago

"mas" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"Pressures can take a heavy toll on both the tutors and the students. I recently flew to Italy with one family whereas blocking at ten-year-old Allegra is applying last, which is the selective Asian. SAS for secondary school in Brittany. Irving works as a private tutor and has written about her experiences in the latest edition of Eighteen, forty, three or sister magazine, and we bought it at first sight's I ended up staying with family. In very, very beautiful town house also security around everywhere and I was working with Allegra on English math but with not as well looking at things like how he could come swelling interview hurting extracurricular activities. and. In the background with her mother, he was a very. Pass Nazi very team that she had to get in touch with the absolute told schools in Britain will. She was home how full off this tie-break process that she sold as ultimately leading to successful career getting into good university despite the fact that she was ten years old. And and you see a lot of that is allegra mother representative of of your clients. that. High pressure parenting styles. Increasingly common most parents that I walk but demonstrate some sort of anxiety about that child's future. The. Preconception is that it's an incredibly competitive world on that you children need to be. Educated rigorously from multiple avenues, not just a fee paying school, but will soon different uses different subjects if they're going to stand any chance of him into a top university, which will then leave them on to actually very career but education is getting more competitive. I mean do do you think those fears are justified? So twenty years ago about a kosher applicants would get into Ivy League universities in the US on this. Havi acceptive, just five percent of applicants. So this is is very real nearly awful twenty five to thirty, seven year olds in the now have a degree. So more people are getting through the degree process, which means that obviously are more people at the top jobs often leads and Britain when looking about a quota children Dante says in on that goes up with what he said. In Europe Italy. Spain Ireland Germany will have at least forty percent of of seems receiving some kind of private tuition. Increasingly, normal in Asia. So it really is a global phenomenon, and so the rise in the number of tutors to global phenomenon I mean, what are you have to do in order to become one? Uses that I across data have any formal training if he wants to become a teacher in UK have to gaze requires significant training process. Qualification and we didn't have any of that uses a generally recent graduates who went to. Stomach, institutions themselves who assign up to walk with tutoring agencies on some of what state you're ready have a rigorous selection process is really just use won't do it and they put you in touch with families and it can be very challenging situations in particular because his increasingly seeing that a lot of families, the asking which he uses to help with emotional problems as well. Guam of off that was announced Beijing this includes he was trying to get into the same boarding school. The author heads bomb to, and it was an incredibly uncomfortable situation on the whole for office because he found himself very much under pressure from the parents to educate Chen, not just on academic work, but also to educate him on sort of how to be. An English public schoolboys essentially but in a way that that obliges the tutor to to know how to teach that right I mean, what are the demographics of of tutors? maced. Changes I know themselves come from privileged background often real jewel of the parents if they want their child to attend a sutton secondary school. Okay. With Sutton University. has himself been about system on successfully comes through it, and that's really detrimental because it means you're perpetuating she's ability not just among the students for also among these recent graduates some really rely on a privileged in a way to make significant amount of money that wrong not many roles you can take on as a sort of side hustle in your twenties. That means you could be adding fifty, two hundred pounds now, and those kinds of numbers suggest a a real push a real wish for for parents to to do everything they can. But from your perspective, what are the effects of of piling that pressure onto all these students I think the biggest issue with teaching is the stocks the children really can do owned childhoods. If you are spending all of your time off to school after these really intensive days than walking on extra work with these teaches at drafted in it means as nobles faced the you is a child to to develop own up to discover a sense of self discovery impasse, my interests. I try really hard with my students to reignite a sense of curiosity that sometimes has been quashed by this Arctic high pressure situation. The irony. That.

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"mas" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

Swing Left - How We Win

05:23 min | 9 months ago

"mas" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

"So how Democrats need to engage with these communities in more meaningful and less transactional ways? Everybody about the Latino vote. Nobody talks about the serious lack of investment in Latino democracy. I don't a lot of analysis on democracy in. We have a lot of research on the issue that he said the correlation between spending money. Internal. Most of the money in the nation, historically when it comes to the goes to white communities. It, obviously, we were familiar with the historical exclusion of the African American community in all may seem battles. Now that we are mourning the dead. The Mason in John Lewis among were Rometty marches etcetera. But in the Latino, community. There has is the Moss on their funded community when it comes to democracy. We can look at the spending from foundations in the only spend one percent of their total budgets in the Latino community. Can we are almost twenty percent of the population? Wow. We can look at the parties both bodies. In weakened historically, Cup, they can the community for granted when it comes to investments CAP. In I compaign earlier this year, but I met with the. Candidates in the primary. The dams and I asked all of them. How much of your spending in the Latino community they give me a number. Most of the Indian had a number in what percentage of your total budget. Committee Latinos Latina's you have in your staff. What are you commitments on policy priorities? What can you commit to do in the first one called the day? So we hubbell this video and hopefully with our new. RESI THAN ALLEGRA GONNA immediately launch a campaign to put pressure on those policy priorities. But the point is nobody historically is really investing in the Latino community. In good numbers. We US an organization now in familial that we do this on the ground. When you the rights, Investments Latinos amounting. She's numbers in turn out even more than other communities. So the message right now for this election is less do the right thing lesson based in the Latino community. Let's do the border occasion. Let's make sure that we hubble the tools that we don't want something exclusive for us, which is one. Just something that he saw other great for community to be able to vote in this election. Seeing the excitement of the people ready to engage in the understanding of what is happening. We have the census going on right now, and trump has recently put out an executive order to exclude undocumented residents, and since this outreach is now ending a month early now supposed to end on September thirtieth. How are you fighting against this blatant effort to undercount communities of color, and how can we help make sure that this doesn't happen..

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"mas" Discussed on After the Bell

After the Bell

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"mas" Discussed on After the Bell

"Know Jerry Taylor told me about you and Senator Hookup USA riding and with you something to that effect shorter much shortages. You've made sure he was gonNA ride around with us. He was getting with us and he was adamant about it and it was like you know He. It was very sure of what he was doing when he came into the wwe. I was just pretty pretty admirable. Good Front anyways. Fake it till you make make it. That's it hunters. Biggest pet peeve. Oh I don't know probably not eating. Yeah that'd be like you know what I mean you know if 'cause flair would the way if we were all travelling together flare still says. He spent more money with me on food than he ever spent his entire career on booze which is an impossibility but like flare Blair is one of those people that like each a little bit in the morning maybe some in the afternoon but then he has this thing where like why can't eat for like however many hours before why wrestle and I'm like six hours before wrestle. Yeah I'm not kidding. Like six hours. And then of course afterwards he wants to have a couple of drinks one eat right away. Because that'll kill the buzz of the drink right like dude. I can't go that long without eating. So you're going to have to sit with me and eat so yeah. He's probably the peppy. Beat not not eating regularly. What was Shawn's been angry very angry? Yeah Sean kind of go with the flow guy. I don't know that John have a pet peeve. I think maybe just people being disorganized and not doing the things that they say they were GonNa do. And and that kind of stuff I think it was one of the things when when stuff was all over the place or if you're riding with somebody that Constantly changing like well. Let's do this instead. I don't want to do that anymore. You just have a plan and stick to it so I think it's why we got along so well on the road. Yeah is it. Hey You WanNa do this tomorrow. Yeah that sounds good. That's what we did. We drove in the more than we did this. We went to the gym. We went eight. You know just regimen pretty regimented. Schedule what would sean have done for. Career had not not ended up in. WWe Jail One more time going to thank my very very special guest triple h and Shawn Michaels. I won't see it till next year so have a happy new year. ATB We'll be back in twenty twenty twenty and for some inspirational words to close out the new year. The great philosopher. Clark W Griswald said at best Hallelujah. Holy where's the TYLENOL. There's some holidays then. Go Watch Christmas vacation if you haven't yet I know it's late but better late than never make sure you follow out after the Bell L. on instagram twitter and facebook. Join the conversation using the Hashtag after the bell. If you're using an android on spotify stitcher Pandora Google podcasts gas..

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"mas" Discussed on After the Bell

After the Bell

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"mas" Discussed on After the Bell

"So many people want to be here or when they do get here. Don't WANNA leave. We'll ask you to that particular point. Recently it to Moscow. Champa went on the record. Something that effective. He'd never wants to leave next and I I think he threatened to retire. He was center are smackdown. Is there any truth to that. A and B. How cool is it to have that sort of loyalty from the troops within? I think there's a part of Java uh-huh it comes down to wear and tear physicality of in his current place physically right. Could he handle the schedule. Could could he handle the grind and the wear and tear and everything else of a full run non-royal or smackdown right. It's a different than that's different beasts. And even though that schedule schedule has now dropped in has become much more manageable especially if you have a family and everything else but for him he probably looks at it and says look if I was on the main roster I run. That's this long if I was on an xt with a lesson schedule. And I and much more manageable. I have a run. That's this long. He'd rather do this for a long period of time and then transitioned into doing all the other stuff that he loves like He. I tell you when the time is right. He'll be a phenomenal coach. You'll be a phenomenal backstage stage producer. We're we're letting him get experienced and that now he goes to evolve right now and You know he'll go there and he'll sign autographs or whatever but then during the day. He's a producer he he goes and he pulls the role that that we do right. He goes there and he's passing on that knowledge to those kids and he's a producer and an agent there and help them with their shows does everything else Elsa when they're producing the television event or the digital. Whatever it is that that night he's helping with that? He's he's picking up the things that we're teaching him and he's put it someplace else and that's GonNa Translate long-term and his career to I. Don't think a lot of people realized that the performance center is is really integral is essential in that sort the formation not only of entering talent but all aspects if it worked for having the voice over room when I got hurt and shutdown. I wouldn't become a commentator. 'cause I wouldn't know where to practice but I also it was in the computer room learning how to produce the entrance music and just files and different things. I remember running music live events and it was just all these other opportunities that were afforded to me. Just because it's all truly encompassing. I don't think a lot of people realize that even within the wwe behind the scenes right there. So we've hired camera guys from that that have worked worked with us at full sail that we brought in there to run that to to work just on that show and todd techniques and and everything that we do we sound. Techs lighting techs sure so so many aspects of what we do behind the scenes comes out of there. But that's that's really what it's built to design you know. Marty Miller that directs Ron smackdown right now in wrestlemainia everything everything else when we first started marty was in in the like I remember having a conversation with him of saying I want to try to learn direct because he was a camera guy right. He'd Camera Camera Guy. Hey we're doing this exte- stuff he can be involved in that. Sure he came down. There started directing and many. He got his chops Grohl and pretty soon he was the Guy Right. You you know and you see that over and over the guys that we have now Casey and everybody else. Those are built into the future. We're not putting out less product. So right right no I am dumb as a stood for us about anything I don't want to grow and even I'm learning stuff down here. It is it is staggering. You can't be we're here at work down here and not generally learn out television producing production. All of that kind of stuff you have to really you try hard not not to grow and evolve down here because this entire place it is built. Or just that for that within the W. W. University listen it's staggering. What you can make.

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"mas" Discussed on After the Bell

After the Bell

12:19 min | 1 year ago

"mas" Discussed on After the Bell

"Guys as the x and any even a little bit larger as the click sort of known say infamous but known for a very different landscape within the sports entertainment business. You guys kind of banded together and sort of changed things I had Adam Cole on the show a few weeks ago and he talked about how annex t is no longer the US versus them mentality. It's US versus US though annexed. He's just constantly trying to top things. That team mentality. Is that something you consciously instilled in the developmental brand or is that something that just kind of happened by accident. I think it's something when I first I started it with an X T. I wanted to make something you have to have that. In order for people to engage in it if they're just there to get somebody someplace else or they're not fully invested. It's going to college. You sort of want to kind of have that Team Spirit in that team pride in your college in your brand and your your all those things and then to have them want to all to participate together. I always find it funny that there were a lot of people in the in in the business. That felt like stuff was anti was me. What's in it for me? Sure you know and the funny thing is when people talk about the click. Lick they talk a lot of times about a group of selfish guys or whatever and the truth is the opposite of that. We all work together for the same reasons because we love to talk about the business and we also car. And that's all we talked about forever but half maybe more than half of the conversation to about other people's stuff and other people's ideas and storylines angles and then we were going and pitching that events or whoever and and trying to move things for it was about the overall product Working getting together and and I think that's been the the biggest thing of trying to instill in these kids down there that this is a team effort. One person's going to be on top of whatever but everybody's everybody's GonNa move around and but you're participating in the success of this success or the failure of it and having that all be bound together by that the pride of the of the that kind of unit the annex t unit so to speak and having that all intertwined and then also having the people that came from there leave their but still feel you like. They're part of it so they'll want to come back and give to it and not just you know go move onto the thing. Goku hope I never have to go back there again. You know you want them to be a part of it into one a contribute attribute so it was a conscious thing that try to bind that together and make it be something more we were all still competitive with one another to but we constantly helped one another at the same time and I think an exceed is is an example that as well. There's still a great deal of competition within it of themselves. Ask what they're all still friends and get along. It's a it's a whole system of one another trying to compete against one another lifting one another other up again is what's the saying that you know. High tide raises all boats or something to that effect. And that's sort of how it is here. That's I do I think and I think deep they all enjoy also you know sort of working for this particular group of people. They know that we are behind. They know that we're pulling for that. We're GONNA courage him. I don't think there's anybody that thinks we have ulterior motives so to speak. It's very much again like we all were much younger. We'd ran through a brick wall on. Fire Vince McMahon. And the WWF. We wanted to make this place the absolute best. I feel like everybody here. It is the same way. There's a loyalty to this brand loyalty to all of the the men and women. That coach here in tire performance center is a whole. Everybody goes together. That is very hard to find especially in this line of work. And that's something that again. Is You know that goes back back to the culture here and of course or the infectious attitude that everyone has once they come here and you get exposed to. It's hard not to water. pull the rope in the same direction as everyone else in that. Goes down to the talent coaches and again I think that makes this product better each and every week you know sometimes people have a tendency. See to draw this line between stuff. Well this is this is raw smackdown all sits in the Senate and WWe umbrella sir. And I used to say a lot. When when we first started the performance center an annex t the visits will be what we want it to be and not everybody's GonNa like everything at all times but you have an opportunity to make it what you want like? In in in our generation there was a lot of things that were horrible about the business people's extracurricular activities and everything else that went along with it in a lot of that has change. But you do it all together and so even though you have the pride of where you're coming from. It's all happening under this. Debbie banner you look at the roster's now in eighty more than eighty percent of of everybody that's on the main roster came out of an X. T. so they still share a lot of that same bond. You still see the the same people hanging out the same people talk in the same people helping each other that we're doing it. Five years ago in Orlando and Sean mentioned the word loyalty in the pride. If in Annex St last time you're on the show in Ballard just returned up shortly thereafter. Kevin Owens comes back for night at takeover seen a lot of an x t talent sort of get to branch out a little bit between evolve and progress over in the UK. How important is it for? Not only those talents but the brands is a whole annexed brand. I think all of that is important in in that this feeder system of what the businesses and people that misunderstood. I think even like when we went to the UK what we're you're trying to accomplish there Because of small thinking or shortsightedness but like yes. Some of these indies. You're going to go away for the ones that are going to go away. The ones that were paying you twenty five bucks when they promised you seventy five bucks the ones that have a ring. That didn't hold up the ones that didn't have medical. They're the ones that it didn't care about you they would just booking you because they were hoping to sell some tickets and you had a little bit of buzz. So they're open to sell some tickets and they could care less what you do when you do it We wanted to work with the ones that were cultured cultivating talent the ones that were encouraging them to become better working with them on Promos or giving them guidance right right or wrong on their matches that had equipment that was functioning that had medical care if you did get injured while you were there that at least you weren't laying mayor for forty five minutes while they were trying to figure out if they could get an ambulance to come or call you an uber. All those things were important and to us and those are the people that we started to partner with and let people people work for and I think he's done just that you know the from what my understanding of what I hear that the system has changed a lot in there's a lot more of them sort of policing releasing it in and the talent being able to police because they're not allowed to go work for the ones that can't do it and those ones eventually don't last and the others do last and for all the right reasons reasons they're they're thriving and the others are union hundred both obviously before arriving in. WWe made the journey through the territories different brands. Different parts of the country. How important do you think it is for an X T? Talent who maybe hasn't had that opportunity. It was just hired from a different world to be able to branch out a little bit and experienced east. These different brands says huge opportunity. But it saved up. I could see where it would be a big challenge when I see the people that make that transition and again I'll go back to the guy that almost always use which is Kurt Angle to watch him go from what he was as you know as a as an amateur wrestler and transition to the wwe. I don't know that anybody did it quite as well as he did. But there've been a number of other people that have made that transition successfully over the years with the help of annex t and I think makes. NFC performed center so much bigger because you see Z.. At number of other people that are able to do that now because of the resources that we have here and quite honestly the coaching staff. And it's hard for need to speak to that. I just know that I'm unbelievably impressed by it. Because this is the one thing I wanted to do and and it's Again all the other people that boyhood or girlhood dream that this is what they look for. I always I still admire that that process to be someone that had a different goal. A different DRI whether it be football or M. A. or whatever the case baby soccer basketball and then for whatever reason to have to transition at and learn how to do our line of work. I've always been particularly impressed with the people that make that transition of making successfully. Because yes I don't know again I I'm a guy that's done the same thing since I was nineteen years old and always you know. Have the utmost respect an ad for admiration Asian for people that had to change their goal so to speak But I think you know. The incarnation of Annex T in the performance center has made that so much more viable and so much. The odds are so much better. Now that you can make that transition smoothly and successfully Ashley is because of the not blowing smoke but because of the system that under and everybody Put in down here. It's pretty damn impress on the thing that's cool about it is is. You're not seeing one style. Come Out of the performance center. You know you have so many different trainers that can do so many different styles you then I have so many different athletes coming in from so many different places that work different styles and do different thing right natural. They're going to gravitate to particular things. Yeah so you know you have Kendo coming. In from Japan teaching people a totally different way and trying to morph into the storytelling that we do. And the camera work and everything else. But you're teaching that and then and then you. You know the other thing that I think people don't mention a lot is the professionalism that's taught at the performance center as well not just the like. How do you maintain your life? So that if you've been in the business for ten years or whatever that is and things don't work out or they do work out but you decide to walk away that you have something to show for it that you know financial financial You Know How do you handle your financial situation of now. We're in the process of training talent to be content creators. And you know different things that they can do that. They can spread themselves out. So it's not so one dimensional and they're just living in the moment of being a twenty five year old kid. That's making some money and traveling travelling around doing this crazy job. And that when they get to be forty they they have something there you know yeah and it will say engine. I know that I'll give us to be in a deputy cheerleader. But you high dare you well but I'm just saying look we're not perfect and I knew we had a false over the years but again that's what that is why you picked up move my family and everything else this place down here. It's why a lot of people WANNA be a part of it again and variety in just from the wrestling standpoint again all the techniques all those things at hundred touchstone. Those are all things that he and I loved about. You know the wrestling business when when we got into where we were kids and that's why we try to bring all of that to other. USA Don't regard show is a is a variety he's not set in any one style so to speak and then this is a place that does we we try to. You know again. We try to also teach the other side of it again having a life the on this line of work we'll being committed to the wwe but still having a life she'll taking care of yourself. She'll having a future thinking past the moment seeking past that wrestlemainia moment thinking past that takeover moment again giving some thought your family all all of those things they really do. Try to accomplish that down here. And that's that's that's hard to beat. It sounds a little bit Tambien. Mama American Apple Pie but it is what this place is built. Talk Down here in this way..

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"mas" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"mas" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Freaky game on a Friday the thirteenth you start off with seven turnovers burke that and then come back and dominate in the second. One was the main difference for you kind of Freaky game on a Friday thirteenth though. Yeah Yeah it makes. It works for me because that makes it more normalized. Well like I needed to just be for us. I need people to be like. Why did he say frigging with you on a Friday? Well if you look that Lebron's face most people thought that he was saying that exact same thing or suggesting that with his face but really he was just wincing because he had hurt his elbow on that last. Play your head. Yeah you said that your your head reactive. I don't WanNa hear your feelings. I don't believe Iran at all cares what it is that you say wants to be done with whatever it is so you're going to be like AH Zebra poop. La La La Balloons Unicorn. Exactly he'd be like. Oh you know. It was a tough game random collection of work. It doesn't matter what you say he's just going to give you the generic whatever and then head out and Poop Z.. Per exactly you and I are arguing here. I just toss it in their age is you. Don't get me wrong right. It's not the the reason I'm nervous Lebron's the reason I let your boss. It's the rest of the world. I see what's happening here. He's building. Storyline an ARC to this story. I I will say like I. Taking credit for about five percent of our ratings is because there were that many people just just checking in to see if I'd sign you on the Christmas game. I'm on the Oh and it's probably will be surprisingly the least watched game. Yeah Yeah Yeah one of the things that we should have discussed. I know Dan Leans on you a lot worth why the NBA ratings because the warriors are playing the Pelicans every frigging in pretty much. Let see who say something that that Christmas is on a win on. This is your super bowl. It's a Christmas Day again. Where's it on and it's on a win? ABC Blake just not GonNa Happen..

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"mas" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"mas" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"I'm not going to be cynical. Mike here is just like it's just interesting to me that the giants Ryan ownership care so much about ally manning's feelings I guess in many ways it's cool to see that seen him walking off the field and go into his family was a heart warming but and I know he's won two super bowls. That confused the hell out of a lot of people when you sort of juxtaposed that with the rest of his career should they seem to be working extra hard to protect the man's feelings I mean what are they protecting. You gave the gave him his last game. Th they're done. Why not give it? Like what's wrong with giving him his last game and giving him that moment is i. Don't think he's GonNa play this season out. I think Daniel Jones is GonNa take bows the last home game. It was cool. I don't I thought it was weird that they had to. Do you think that the Daniel Jones injury was really that bad or do you think they were like okay. You're a little banged up Dana. Yeah Johnson will let Eli have this mean. High Ankle sprains depending on the severity. They I mean they can be worse than a break sometimes. So it's just I guess when I coupled pull this with the weird thing that happened with mcadoo when he did like the hard thing and broke up with Eli Manning and then Eli Manning is back that's weird and just I guess what I saw yesterday reminded me of that Ryan Fitzpatrick and Devante. Parker are here to mess your fantasy leagues up garbage edge time devante Parker. We didn't really get into this. But signing that extension It's an interesting story for him. Because obviously dealt with injuries a lot early on in his dolphin career fell out of favor with previous staffs it seemed as though history would look back on that traffic and say that was a bus of of a draft pick. But he's had a very good season. Yeah and now I feel like it's kind of flying under the radar because people I feel like Dolphin fans at this point or just a little. Let's get to the draft like yeah I know I am like I'm cat very casually watching these often teams. Yeah but he's the best dolphin wide receiver since one. Oh my God. We're doing that with him. Jeez since Jarvis Landry got about Jarvis but is he stepping on the season having that good of a season. I haven't looked at the numbers every time I look up wrecking somebody and fantasy with Shag. Oh I'm sorry devante. Parker is like catching some deep. Pass from Ryan. Patrick seems to establish a really good chemistry with Ryan Fitzpatrick who to his credit. It's played pretty. Well considering the deck that stacked against him so devante Parker Reportedly going to send a four year extension. which what's the number on that I don't know the number? That's I just saw. Twenty twenty four is in line firm which just just sorta surprised me because I thought this was a failed experiment but he's sort came finally came online. This season established a decent chemistry with Ryan Fitzpatrick. And you seem to though as was you've found a wide receiver that can help. Whoever the next quarterback I'd say like a good number two I like I don't know we're not talking like number one? I know for us right now number one right now. Like ideally I. Don't think you want him to be your number one if you have a good team. Yeah but I don't know man like like I must be sleeping on this season more than I thought because I knew he was having an okay season but I. I'm really curious to see what that how much they're paying them for four years. 'cause it's a good sign. They locked him over. Four years ever evaded a lot of their other assets and he's built a piece he could be a piece. I'll give you that. What he he dug himself out of the doghouse really because he was not they held in high regard by the previous regime? And it's it's called the see that even though some of the people in front office are holdovers. Coaching staff took a whole fresh approach to him and gave gave him an opportunity and he flourished. Yeah this year Great weekend for the Miami Heat. I don't know if you guys saw the last two minute report but we beat the Lakers that that was phenomenal and then to go to Dallas on the back end of a back to back and we all watched that one. We all watched it. We were all there in front of our iphones just glued to it Ted blowing a twenty three point lead and then going overtime Dallas Mavericks Against a team that lost Luca Danni early but a big win regardless. Let's talk about that game on on Friday though because it was a really good game and watched it start to watch. You didn't watch the the LAKER game either now. I did watch. We can actually talk about that one like Saturday night. We were at the event during the Dallas game. So it's tough to actually watch down to. What is their third point? Guard option and Jimmy Butler essentially being their point guard. Tyler hero is dribbling Tyler Taylor hero was flatly off that game. I know he was dealing with an illness. But not not a good performance from Tyler. Hero against the Lakers Occurs Lakers length. And and just power there. That is a strong team. They will bully you. And if you're the last few minutes report they will bully you due to the point that they break the rules of the game but I mean Anthony Davis pretty good Anthony Davis really good. Lebron James Very Lebron. James was phenomenal. His court vision. Some of those passes asses. Were just insane. Anthony Davis is one of those guys that over the years because he plays in the west and I just happened to see a lot of Pelican game so obviously I know. Anthony Davis also heard a lot right so like he's just one of those stars that I have always heard about but you don't get to see him watch you. Don't get to watch him a lot of games over the years so just seeing him at his is best and now this year with like the step back threes. Like he's just and the thing is I thought Silva who got additional playing time specifically because I guess staffer liked how Silverwood matchup against Anthony Davis I Silva did as good a job as possibly hoped for from a young player in that situation and Anthony Davis was just all world. Yeah so oh the Miami Heat still with all that being said had had a look at the end To tie the game and Jimmy Butler according to lie. I didn't even think that was a foul. When I was watching? Gotcha now. Maybe they're the one that I honestly had a problem with. I know that they said that Jimmy Bulloch was fouled by Lebron on which would have been two free throws and the ball When they were trying to deny Jimmy Butler the ball in Obviously on the game tying shot attempt. They're saying Jimmy. Bala was fouled on that. The only thing that I was really upset about while watching that game live was the obvious double dribble miss on the other end of the court but I think the national media all in all came away impressed with Miami. I know the Lakers team had really good things to say about the Miami Heat saying. That's a really good team out there that they can be special out east and when you read the last few minutes report you certainly feel better about. It doesn't change the result but but you get a win the very next night and the Miami Heat seemed to be at this point in the season. I think we have pretty representative sample. That says I know two three and four are very close in the eastern conference and so a very good team might find itself at a see. That's not really reflective of that but the Miami Heat I think of established that they are legit legit and going to be one of these top eastern conference teams going forward. Look injuries serious. 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"mas" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

13:01 min | 1 year ago

"mas" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"What's up what's that face for your voices wearing something is it also sounded like half speed you know I just got to change it up those curveballs I feel like I tend to do the same exact thing every time Tientsin sisters? Do I sound terrible. That one did that part. I didn't hear it until ready. Sorry You know man. Life happens was a long weekend. Saturday took about eight months but it was fun. I'm really talking about the whole day. And Moss L. is awesome. You went to the Permian event to That's plenty of fun. It was a good time. How did you guys? How'd you guys take Saturday? How's it how's your instead? It was really fun. Man Personally. Like for the Deejay said even though few hurdles to overcome oh also I need to apologize to Ukraine. Yeah I thought you. I thought you unplug some. I thought I did too. I was just up there like five in and all of a sudden. Everyone's looking at me and I was like there's no wires near hear me. I don't so the speakers blew out twice during my set and there was a power surge and then knocked the deck off completely which is always great. When people go to a deejay said they want they want to hear music? Stop but I'm point. I got mad at Chris Because Chris was just vibe in behind me on stage and I thought he unplug with his foot. Everyone's looking at me like I'm sorry. I was searching for answers but what I came out to that. Dj Man and danced. It wasn't Also while it's ob obviously we're sports radio show our fan bases. This is predominantly made up of men. I appreciate all the men that dragged their girlfriends or lady friends out to this fine party that we through on Saturday because it wasn't as big of a sausage party out and I had multiple many hours even say many people come up to me where the woman in the relationship was the lead the lead Fan. The guy was just kind of getting dragged. There's a surprising amount of women showed up at that said that they got the show. Thank thank you for dancing during the set it was certainly a more fun this time around for me personally. I thought the bands were absolutely great. I could hear local for WanNa from a distance. Unfortunately I didn't get to catch up. Most of their separate May Day. Was Mayday killed. It was fun. I guess billy must have killed killed it at the domino tournament because at one point I saw him at a table with a Mazda down I imagine where he goes deep into a domino tournament. And and you didn't do Karaoke. I wasn't doing Kerio. Yeah I didn't know one hundred percent sure it was. It was it limitation the dominoes tournament. Because I was just three games. Okay okay why didn't you do Karaoke. You just don't want to. We don't need to get into it very quiet playing dominoes. I know that that's probably not surprising. I think we like five words to each other said your game ninety recognize. You don't like him Ouchi. It's like I met them for the first time. They don't him which is fine. It's a shame because I thought you had planned to go to palace eighteen now. No they don't know who I am. Which is fine? I mean plenty of people took pictures like look at chilling like not really just a random draw they won they won their assassins really. Yeah how did they go. Did they win the whole thing. I have no idea who wasn't domino's like luck of the draw. Yeah yeah well mainly like if you get. Domino's is really nothing you can do about it but you need to know how to play like need to know strategy who you basically. When you're playing dominoes needs to be aware of what everybody's putting down what it is that they don't have? Yeah how many potential number threes there are left. For example. How many threes uses this person played? Okay they can't pause another three. Typically you just go and you're like well let me put down the highest dominant. They have they were starting games with a three and a five. What is happening? Double Nine. Why aren't you putting down you to nine nine? And you're like oh it's a three and a two and it's like wait what I was already thrown up so fast like ooh boom boom boom there like really quick really quick like head at one point. Someone was like yelling for George George and he was like so in the zone guys like he's playing dominoes and it's like okay. Everybody knows during the game between is taking pictures of everyone really nice but like one gains are going on his own him. It was taking pictures with everyone or was a man or a hospital that was the guy was getting everybody everybody. The volume showed me a picture of her and him. And I'm like that's not him. Yes yeah full bands. Mom I was at one point walking in one of my friends and he's like I was like where's horrid because I just wanted to see damn I hadn't even seen him yet and he's like there is. I'm like that is not worrying muscle like if that's Ori Mosque but all he is running a scam and he didn't show up tonight and he sent someone who looks like I was scrolling and through instagram and I saw a John for Mississippi called the local hour a couple of weeks ago who came down with his dad. Redshirt right. Yeah you're awesome. Yeah very nice guys but I was scrolling through his slide show and insecure. And he's like man. I got to meet the champ fake. It's not only the fake punt. His fists up it was a really close look alike I mean it could a bit his brother it could have been as could have been his brother. Okay but very clearly right when he comes into this Cleveland or studio puts down junk food. Like nobody's this guy. Is that guy very clearly. Did Not look like a professional really was fun that that was awesome ability. I since you were playing dominoes and I was doing the. Dj said on the other end. I didn't really get to see you all that much until the very end of the nine when people made an appearance. But what was in your experience like on the other side of the venue. It was nice it was a lot of people couldn't really walk like we were. After Domino's ended I was kind of stuck in the same spot for like forty five minutes. Just just talking to people which is nice. All Man I met Kohl. Did you guys got cool. I'm Michael Thought. Fam Person and it was star Star. Happy was taking so many pictures once they found out it was FA mission to become his handler. Like when I first met him like come on. We're going to go meet some beep and I was just like people would be like. Hey Billy how's it going. Hi I'm like you know and they're like yeah Z.. Here and I'm like boom right here next to me and then people will go. I know exactly what you're doing because there are times. Have you ever played like metal gear solid and you would like knock on the on the wall to get the The security guards attention like Oh what is that. I would sort of see like a huge dramatic people. Whenever was I had to go from either point eight point see and I would say hey man in a crowd would go really? It's sort of like walking dad where they always gravitate to make my path a little bit easier so I could go to the Tattoo. Hey man there's fa what stuck out to me. This moss us was the amount of different cities people came. Oh Yeah I feel like thirty states at least represented I'm telling you could just rattling rattling off Chicago. Pittsburgh Houston like unbelievable amounts of places that people flew in just for the event Denver. Insane like now the People from Miami people from aren't going to tell you. Hey I came in from Miami but most of the interaction. We're just like people that that that said that they were informatica. Tana's because my my go-to became where you from and I very rarely heard Miami. It was MOE's somewhere else. Drew drove over from Sarasota from Orlando Ndo flew in from Pie. It was insane man. It was so cool. Yeah from Connecticut. Also security a little lax. Perhaps I I have some feedback on on on the next month's Miami because backstage I'd just be like and who are. You weren't all that there was some there was one. There was these two guys from California that just had like hair that made you think like Oh these people have to be. Oh yeah those guys. One of the guys went on stage at one point. I was like talking with the guy so I was kind of cool them and then he went on stage and I kind of gave a look to the security like that guy's not supposed to be up there because they look like they would be your friend. Did that guy. Did they both kind of had a vibe to them and I was like. Are they with mayday. Mayday like not in the group but are they just like they got. It seemed as though they had you convince like wait. Are they with me right. There was two random other guys like listeners. Scenario that were kind of right near the entrance of the of the VIP's so they had a good spot at one point. I even said it on like this is a good spots. People are walking by and then a half hour later. Those two guys are in VIP. I P I'm just like you you too and my friends sort of like watch my. DJ's set from behind the sage and There was one point that my friend wrenching to stop Billy Corbin from getting to the stage because he thought Billy Corgan was simply a fan so during my said there was a point. Why turn and like Leo Billy Billy Gordon My friend is like getting sued Gorman my God Juju Gotti deserves a medal of honor? Yeah we gotta do something for him. I'm GonNa Tell Dan. Yeah No. I've already on. So this is another thing that could be improved on on the first on this Moss Miami was probably the communication ones you got like. They asked me. Hey the studio wanted to do a Tattoo booth and I just simply as Doodoo. Hey Dan Dan has this idea to have you work at booth for some Moss Miami. Sure there's something in it for you but The conversations will happen. Apparently that is the most conversation decision. That's that's the only conversation that you had so I walk out there and there's a huge line because Juju is a man of the people he's applying all these tattoos to people and he's like man. I'm so bummed. Miss your separate. I've been Joe. Couldn't move and then it was like go work dude I. I went up to one point before I saw you over there. I went up to do. You WanNa break you know him. He's like the best so he's just like I'm good. Yes so shortly. After my set I saw that I was like get the hell out of here like I then I just took over the top ten at one point after that when he was back doing it I tried to stop. I like guy in line and was just like no this. Is it the lines over you. Guys are animals with your tattoos but it was cool man. I spell them. Perhaps there should have been some shifts or a war with him. They're applying the tattoos and he's been handled handled the step and repeat where it's like. Okay you guys are taking photos for this time. Okay while then Roy. You're handling tattoos for this time in a block. Yeah I mean poor do got it. Does I think he likes it. But it's just at some point. It was like two hours in. Yes that's like. Yeah so but it was a good time that was is had by by all and hopefully I don't know if we're going to go an entire year without the next one because that was the wait time the last one that I had was last December so I don't know if there's GonNa be Dan's birthday thing but I really had a good time Moss Miami I. It's is a good time I'd like you guys must like a couple of people were like. Oh you guys got to take somebody you must. Hey it's like dude. Obviously if we had to live our lives living like that that would be exhausting but like for night. That's like amazing. Oh it was it was it was a day from hell right well like just because it was a long day for like you know even without the permanently live right. That's a very drained right. It's draining but it's it reminds me a lot of a wedding day. Yeah because it's just like people flashing in front of you and concepts you don't really retain any conversations and and but it's still like insane and like surreal that outweighed also shout out to only five people this time that said I've met you before. Thank everyone else. That was there that me before understands that I couldn't possibly remember a handful. I remember some people like. There's people that that that like. Yeah I have have a handful of people that I said that there are some people that are like no I was like I've made before because I feel like I see people and I'm like this is not the first time and there's a few staples else can't think of like this one guy's name. I'm picturing them. It's just like every event. Yeah that Gay Guy Stugotz here. This new brand commercial segment has been brought to you by old spice wet that defense and their longtime NFL spokesperson rookie. Montas sweat who they have always been a fan of and never once would run any other add to the contrary in FAC. The old spice would ever consider a person named sweat and real sweat as the same thing. That would be just crazy. Remind you that Montas sweats name. Name is sweat. He plays the feds. Old Spice. Wet Defense is superior defense against sweat incidence at different.

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"mas" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"mas" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"Okay Scott that Christmas tree today you did walking on what was it. I think it was decal avenue like back back. Yeah all right. Let me ask you this Anthony. Are you ready to play an ask me another challenge. I'm ready okay. Great and everybody. We've we've brought back on puzzle grew ebeneezer scrooge greetings. Your game is about our Christmas music playlist list. It's simple we're going to play you a song. You just have to tell us what band recorded it. If you do well enough listener Robin Chatrapati from Roseville. Minnesota is going twin. Ask me another Rubik's Cube Right Robin. I'm going to try and do this view all right and if you need a hint puzzle Ebenezer Scrooge you out all right okay so here you go. What boy band recorded this song? Christmas time you listeners cannot see his face but it is a mixture of green boy. Scrooge boy band late nineties nick. Carter's a member of the band. O Backstreet Boys. Yeah Yeah that is. I don't know what it is. All boys record because it's Christmas then. I guess what girl group recorded this song. Eight days.

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"mas" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"mas" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"Twice the Christmas. That's a nightmare your opponent is Emma Emma Griffin on buzzer number. Two you work in product development for a relationship science technology company. Welcome thanks Vera Emma Emma you like to throw holiday parties that are as you say difficult to dress for. What does that mean? I'm Catholic and a couple of homilies one year. We're all about how it was the advent season actually until the twenty fifth and then the Christmas season so I decided to throw an advent party rather than a Christmas party and asked people to dresses an item from an advent calendar. No one was really able to execute on that. I'm not really sure even what I what ideas I had in mind myself. What did you? What did you dress as I just went with purple because that's the color of advent so it was a little bit of a hop out the host? So I figured I will do whatever you wanted. Good idea so Danielle and Emma the first of you who wins two games. We'll go onto our holiday party at the end of the show. This is a quiz carol. So your first quiz is from the past Charles. Dickens is one of the best known novelists of the Victorian era. But it's not the only good thing that came out of that time we are going to describe inventions from the eighteen hundreds ring and tell us what they are here. We go remember member sitting for hours even days to get your portrait painted. Now Louis Daguerre can create an image of you in mere minutes using harmless mercury fumes Daniel photograph the photograph. That's right exactly. Just think. Think back then. A selfie sticks were made of Festus Eighteen. Seventy six is the year when the Revolution Starts Revolution in skating frozen ponds are inconsistent consistent faraway and dangerous. We changed everything with the glaciated him. Emma Indoor Ice Skating Rink yes. That is correct tired of people complaining about your handwriting. Christopher Leith Shoals saves the day with his new correspondence London's writing machine Emma typewriter that is correct. Yes.

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"mas" Discussed on CafeínaCompilada

CafeínaCompilada

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"mas" Discussed on CafeínaCompilada

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"mas" Discussed on CafeínaCompilada

CafeínaCompilada

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"mas" Discussed on CafeínaCompilada

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"mas" Discussed on CafeínaCompilada

CafeínaCompilada

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"mas" Discussed on CafeínaCompilada

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"mas" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"mas" Discussed on Channel 955

"Mas xiaomi so jio with sunday's over saudi nelson in the shipping so how linda music so wins in the reading joe's fitness stumped by tim may them one hundred m bringing without of wrinkle winds because this notes law to its purpose dated coal sites we have to do with this in the moment with some drizzle one room mcneese for his senior nepa mock the chain of greece need vis vis dogs house when the rex the jail's i'll be fine foot joe jio one our radio from major lazer songs you've thumbed number three run up to his dickey girl go go two oh.

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"mas" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"mas" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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