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"maharaj" Discussed on 710 WOR
"With that senior national correspondent Terry Moran. And off duty. NYPD officer is responsible for saving the day during a shooting at a Queens deli. It was just it before six o'clock tonight as craft beer lot of Cigar and cross Bay Boulevard. No Zone Park, a 63 year old man entered the store and started argue with a 26 year old man. Before being asked to leave, However, he allegedly returned shooting the younger man once in the stomach. Officer Jason Maharaj was a customer at the store tackled the suspect, disarming him and holding him till on duty. Police could arrive New Jersey's largest city, taking some drastic steps to address an uptick in covert 19 cases. As Jennifer Falcioni reports Newark Mayor Ross Baraka's is starting Tuesday through at least November, 10th non essential businesses must close at 8, P.m. and restaurants must end indoor dining. At that time, beauty salons, nail salons and barber shops will be up. Appointment. Only Jim's health clubs will close for a half hour each hour for sanitizing Newark reporting more cases Sunday than all other municipalities in Essex County combined. Baraka says the state will help with access to rapid testing, more contact tracers as well. And it's space for people to safely quarantine. Jennifer Pole Sonny W. O R News. Police are investigating an assault and for breaking up a gathering involving hundreds of partygoers on Long Island this weekend. They received 911 calls just prior to 91 just prior to the night. NPM. Those calls about the event of a summer's court location and Farmingdale 47 year old Kim Catalan Addo was arrested and charged with criminal nuisance. In addition, a 62 year old man who lives on the very same street was hit in the face by another man as the group was leaving on the eve of the second anniversary of the deadliest anti Semitic attack in the country's history. A new survey shows that Americans don't really understand the concept of anti Semitism more from Alice's E. Ali Hoofnagle with E. J. C. Says eight and 10 American Jews say anti Semitism has increased over the past five years. While only four in 10 members of the general public report being aware of an increase in the last five years have included the murders and Pittsburgh. Palais in Jersey Study in non VI and the continued attacks against Jews in Brooklyn. But the majority of the general public is not aware of this other increase, Hoofnagle says. This data reveals the need for education for everyone. She also stresses. This's not just a Jewish problem, she says. It's a problem that endangers society as a whole. Alisa Zee NBC News radio Wooo are sports Mayor de Blasio says the city is looking into the potential $2.4 billion sale of the man's two hedge fund billionaire Steve Cohen. The law departments doing his due diligence right now. So I'll be getting a report from them soon, and we'll just be based on the facts of the research they've done and then we'll speak to that again. Very quickly. MLB owners could vote on the sale as soon as this week. Here's your W Whoa. Our weather channel forecast a little on the gloomy side overnight. We'll see some areas of drizzles and patchy fog lows in the upper forties, too. Low fifties early sunshine to begin Tuesday. More clouds on the way for the afternoon. Ojai in the mid topper fifties and Wednesday early clouds to afternoon sun highs in the mid to upper fifties. Some heavy rainfall possible Thursday with a front moving And and some of the leftover moisture from Zeta moving in as well. I'm meteorologist Mark Thibodeaux from the Weather Channel on 7 10 W Our next news at one breaking news that one start your day with Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning 6 to 10 today I'm Steve Greenfield led 17 Wooo are in NBC News radio station. The following is a paid program W ars airing of this programme.
"maharaj" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Megan as the phrase goes, we choose the lesser of the two evils as it were. So let me tell you about my connection to Leonard Nimoy and I mean I'm not saying that exclusive or anything like that. I'm one of many people that had the privilege to interview him. But in one thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, six, he came to my college. And I was with the college radio station at a time. and. we went backstage to interview him. And Being the Star Trek nerd that I am I asked him all kinds of questions. He doesn't agree to this and that this is going to be incredibly difficult for him. incredibly invasive. You'll never be the same again after this. Walk in his head. He's he's had. In a in a in themselves right Awesome. Do think about the scene like I I think about the deeper implications of choice make and that sometimes the choices we make are not non-surgical often times the choices we make are not. Not Going to be supported by everyone into the directing three and four. And then in two thousand nine. There was a theater company that he was. Being on her. So, let me tell you about my connection to Leonard Nimoy and I mean I. Saying exclusive or anything like that. I'm one of many people that had the privilege to interview. But in one thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, six, he came to my college. And I was with the college radio station at time and we went backstage interview him. and. Being the Star Trek nerd that I am I, asked him all kinds of questions about like he used to bicycle on the paramount law. And as a as a as a gag, shatner would do this. A lot is hiding bicycle, so he couldn't find it. So. So I brought that up and that kind of Know brought a smile to his face and then I asked him this was. This was seventy six. So literally two years before they started shooting the movie and before they even did anymore movies and I asked him if he would direct again and he said he would like to, and of course, she ended up directing three and four. And then in two thousand, nine there was a theater company that he was..
"maharaj" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"You said it's really it's really just boiled down to a combination of passion need to be passionate about you know what you're doing. And you need to be committed to what you're doing. So those two things you need to love it. And you need to do it. Yup Absolutely. All right. Why don't we take a short break we'll be right back with Kavita Maharaj talking about her work in just a moment. Sir There's a Mt Holly Creature growing on your shoulder back on sci-fi talk with Kavita Herash I. I do WanNa talk about the technical part of it. You like to use a variety of different tools that are available like charcoals pastels. Is there anyone that you like using the most? Truth is that most of what I use as acrylic paint acrylic yeah. Yeah I. Have used a tiny bit of Pastelle a bit of carbon so-so pencil work and want not into my pieces but really I would say ninety nine point five percent don't please take a short break. We'll be right back with Kavita Maharaj talking about her work in just a moment. There's a Taliban creature growing on your shoulder that on. SCIFI. Talk with Kavita Herash I do want to talk about the technical part of it. You like to use a variety of different tools that are available like charcoals and pastels. Is there anyone that you like using the most and?.
"maharaj" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Welcome it's great to talk to you about your work. Thank you Tony I'm glad to be here. Thank you for having me. Absolutely. Absolutely. It's. It's really as my pleasure because And my guest today is expressing it all the time she is artists, Kavita Maharaj and if you've seen her work on Instagram I was totally floored by your work is in particular your spot project and the many faces of Mr Spot that you have. Shown us in your in your drawings. Welcome..
"maharaj" Discussed on Trek Capsule
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"maharaj" Discussed on Trek Capsule
"And then in two thousand nine. There was a theater company that he was. Being on her. So. Let me tell you about my connection to Leonard Nimoy and I mean I. Saying exclusive or anything like that. I'm one of many people that had the privilege to interview. But in one thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, six, he came to my college. And I was with the college radio station at time and We went backstage interview him. and. Being the Star Trek nerd that I, am I asked him all kinds of questions about like he used to bicycle on the paramount law. And as a as a as a gag, shatner would do this. A lot is hiding bicycle, so he couldn't find it. So, so I brought that up and that kind of You know brought a smile to his face and then I asked him this was This was seventy six. So literally two years before they started shooting the movie and before they even did anymore movies and I asked him if he would direct again and he said he would like to, and of course, she ended up directing three and four. and. Then in two thousand, nine there was a theater company that he was. Being honor. He was he was literally he was donating a pair of Spock ears for auction so that they could raise money for the company. And they had invited him to to come. So we talked about. A know how he? Put together this. Cut You could see he had his ational skills. Finding the right space. Getting a plate. So that had the most speaking parts of the entire company could be used. And and things like that, and we talked about it and. The best part of what I do is that podcast is still running and still available and you can hear it in his own words talking about You know how we put this together and we talked about the pivotal scene and make time where spock. Breaks down in the briefing room and the camera goes three, hundred, sixty degrees around him and that was his idea. That was that was the beginning of his directorial career I. Think a little bit. And we and this we talked in two, thousand, nine Right when the movie came out, he had some high praise Zachary Kato as Mr Spock, and really appreciate it him as an actor and you know we we had a great time. I made him laugh and you know you do something like you do something like that time passes and then somebody onto on the Internet says to me Oh you know, hey, Mr Nimoy..
"maharaj" Discussed on Trek Capsule
"I am willing expand a little bit more outside of the there's property. Well the latest piece you've worked on and you share this with your fans on your instagram is remember and after seen that I go, she's got to be a huge fan because that is like one of the most important moments it's bacchus literally going in there to save the ship and die and McCoy is tries to stop him and Does essentially sentence contra into Dr, McCoy, that moment and the classic line now Classic Klein remember so great piece I really liked. Thank, you you know What's interesting is I chose the Mr Spock as. He's my you know my board, but he would be minute. Absolutely going. I. Chose him but no no no I feel like he chose me. So he he's amused that that I've ended up with at least in my life at this point in time. and. with him the music interesting because he is a character who is not supposed to be incredibly emotional yet, he's got a ton of emotion data sorting out. Well, the latest piece you've worked on and you share this with your fans on your instagram page is remember and after seeing that I go she's got to be a huge fan because that is like one of the most important moments in star trek history 'cause spock is literally going in there to save the ship die and McCoy is tries to stop him and Spot does essentially. His Contra into Dr McCoy, that moment and the classic line now classic line remember so great piece a really. Thank you. You know with the fact that he's unconscious. that he doesn't he doesn't agree to this and this is going to be incredibly different. Absolutely, that's a good one. I said you know it him but no no. No. I feel like he chose me his head. He's he's. Sold in themselves, right. Also do think about the scene like I thi. I think about the deeper implications of choice make and that sometimes the choices we make are not like often times the choices we make are not. not going to be supported by everyone, people will have problems with the choices. Megan, as the phrase goes, we choose the lesser of the two evils as it were. So let me tell you about my connection to Leonard Nimoy and I mean I'm not saying that exclusive or anything like that. I'm one of many people that had the privilege to interview him. But in one thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, six, he came to my college. And I was with the college radio station at a time. And we went backstage to interview him. and. Being the Star Trek nerd that I am I asked him all kinds of questions. He doesn't agree to this and that this is going to be incredibly difficult for him. incredibly invasive. You'll never be the same again after this. Walk in his head he's. In a in a in themselves right Awesome do think about the scene like I I think about the deeper implications of choice make and that sometimes the choices we make are not. Often Times. The choices we make are not. not going to be supported by everyone into the directing three and four..
"maharaj" Discussed on Trek Capsule
"So because acrylics water base, you can send them down and you can again add more media whatever doesn't spend them down but they're also things which I use a fairmount called acrylic fluid. So fluids tiny little containers usually because they're incredibly expensive but basically, what they are is very liquid form of acrylic paint. So it gives you a lot of pigments, a lot of punch of color, but it's very liquid whereas if I took paint out of a tube and I spend the down to get it liquidity, I'd be weakening the pigment. Not as not as potent so I use a combination of regular paint and also fluids. Yeah. So why by all those? Being, put together I can create. Watercolor effects and also marine richness is that are associated oils. But the reason we prefer acrylics to, let's say oil. Is because oil's take a long time to dry I know that they're Brian oils that exist today but also wears a very toxic fumes from the. Is. And the lipids in your skin and they go into bloodstream very easily and whatnot and they can. It can affect your respiratory track. So not a fan of oil from a healthy point, and that's why I also stay away from oil. You know besides painting. Mister. SPOCK's she's also done work she's painted. The other characters? Star Trek some great ones of Dr McCoy checkoff, sue, or Harare. Scotty and an actually the next generation to there's some great pictures I've seen Troy I mean it's just she spanning so. Well there's there's a a few new star Trek's coming out now and what about doing something on discovering? Yeah. Eventually strange new worlds and incorporating yet another spark. Well I would actually love to do some of those pieces so. Not to give you a little insight..
"maharaj" Discussed on Trek Capsule
"Them. Which I've been told is actually really fast for this to happen. It's not You know it's it's my only experience with doing this. So I didn't have anything to compare to, but I've been told. That that's fast for this type of stuff to happen. But I think what it was was when I can't when they contacted me back row there I. Well, this is who I am. This is what I'm doing Fangio contacting me. So I'd like to be able to do this and here's what I is what I do and I sent them. I think for photos of some of the paintings that done to that point and I think that was actually part of why moves. So quickly because they were able to look at the paintings and they were able to decide from their viewpoint that that my stuff met the standard that they wanted not only met it I think it exceeds it is it captures Mr spots so well. It really does count to his. His expression even the muscles on his face it's just absolutely you have a gift. You know computer and it's just. So wonderful. You can share that with the which star Trek fans in the world because it is just. I mean you you you're either I think you're you're born with gifts and they just speak to you and eventually you just do it and this is your gift and is just fantastic to to see these. When I I told him I was like Oh my God, I couldn't believe it. So yeah you're. Spoke to paramount and they said. We gotta get on board with this. And it's you know it's it's fantastic. It really is so. Very welcome but and then using it, we build it and. So one of the things that I've said to fans who have contacted me and told me that you know really like you stop you very talented Blah Blah Blah, which I appreciate one of the things I say them because I really mean it..
"maharaj" Discussed on Trek Capsule
"The thing about Mr Spock and anybody connected with the Star Trek in is, is that somebody owns does and so how did you approach paramount or I guess CBS paramount and and say, Hey, this is what I can do. What do you guys think decide how you approach him pretty. Well effectively so I'll I'll say is that I when I decided to do this painting series for civil I decided to do a painting but then I start to do painting series it was always for me And You know it was a personal project. I wanted to do this painting from, and in fact, when it was supposed to be one painting, it was going to go in the thick spot in my house like I was doing this the thing about Mr Spock and anybody connected with the Star Trek images is that somebody owns does and so how did you approach paramount or against CBS paramount and? And say, Hey, this is what I can do. What do you guys think does that how you approach him pretty much well, well effectively so I'll say to you that need to get more and more connected to star Trek where I I. Love For Star Trek kept growing basically Um, and so I got to the point where you know I've been sharing these paintings on my facebook page with people who may or may not be trekkies. And so then I thought I'd like to share this these paintings with trekkies. and. But at the same time, I should mention I'm a yoga teacher. So I actually run a yoga studio. So. Yeah. So I've got a lot of students and I didn't want to go onto instagram and create an account where my students would be able to identify. It was me and the only reason I didn't WanNa do that was I felt that my students would follow that instagram seemed because it was me and I didn't want that. I wanted whoever followed that feed it was because they loved Star Trek and that will spoke to them that was it. So what I did was I created an anonymous instagram account. I didn't put my face on the account, put my name on the account and then I, started posting pictures of my endings. And the count started to grow relatively quickly and Oh and I try to stay anonymous for as long as I could. Then, what happened was I started having people contacting the off into the painting. And Very I would say you know I'm sorry I, said thank you. But you know I'm sorry these did these are labors of love and so you know there for me. So I'm not selling the paintings and then eventually got so many requests and at the same time it was getting so many requests I got a particular request. An old friend of Leonard. Nimoy A wow. And he and he wanted to buy the paintings as well and I told him exactly what I told everybody else. I'm sorry. This is a labor of love and. but at that point in time I thought okay. I'm starting to feel selfish..
"maharaj" Discussed on Trek Capsule
"Welcome it's great to talk to you about your work. Thank you. Tony. I'm glad to be here. Thank you for having me. Absolutely. It's. It's really as my pleasure because And my guest today is expressing it all the time she is artists, Kavita Maharaj, and if you've seen her work on Instagram, I was totally floored by your work is in particular your spot project and the many faces of Mr Spot that you have. Shown us in your in your drawings. Welcome..
"maharaj" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"Missed L. back the leap ourselves breaking uses the Club Med for sale. Cutting off go go back and finish into the Lexus. Shot in front of Gordon. Every address lead they get it up in a hurry and Lee says I give this to make quick given go up with a toy department. Brendan and look at Barzel. He knows right away catches it back had and the toy department. What goal my that bars now. But what a great play by Anders Lee. We'll head he played the past just missed but brazelle rip on them and it looked bad but it wasn't a bad move because he went for it and I don't have an issue with that if we're going to go let's go conservative goaltending. Yeah there are times when you have to be. But there's times when you got to go to. And that's the excitement of the position. And that and that to me as a coach giving them the freedom to express themself that way is a part of their dean its fingerprint and if I take that fingerprint away from them than I've I'm not helping them. I'm hindering them such as the last one for me Jeff You know there's there's one story in your history that is. I'm sure tough free to talk about and that was what happened in Sweden. You had a Molotov cocktail thrown in your car wise But you know there's a lot of talk about the future of hockey and whether it's inclusionary enough you would be more qualified to speak on this topic than just about anyone. Do you feel accepted in hockey. I think acceptance is what you make it and what I mean by. That is kind of a vague answer but do I feel accepted hockey. I think you can make yourself accepted by doing your job and doing it. Well enough that there's no opportunity for you to not be accepted. And so when I was growing up my parents said to me. Here's reality son. You'RE GONNA have to be twice as good as the other guy. That's what Anthony Stuart says. Yeah you're going to have to be twice as good as the other guy. 'cause YOU'RE NOT GONNA get anything handed to you so accept that and you'll be fine. How did you receive at the time? It's your parents and you're a teenager. You're going yeah whatever But it did resonate because when I was coaching junior hockey. This is a true story I tried to. I thought I've been cooking junior hockey produce. Some pretty good goalies. Coaching Tier Two thought capable the next steps. The OH L. I'll try to get a job with you and I couldn't even get an interview and I got to the point where I got this. I got this rejection letter which I still had for a number of years from a very famous coach and basically the letter was a your teacher. You don't have the time be. I don't think you're qualified and Seattle. He'll ever be qualified and I remember reading that letter thinking all right. There's two things I can do here. I can take this for what it is and stay where I am or I can jump the Gel. That's my choice. I'll jump deal with Joe. I was naive enough to think I had to do that. And as luck would have it. It ended up happening to this day. I've never been able to get an interview in the Ontario Hockey League. So that's just reality and so to go back to your question. I accept it. I think after fifteen years I have to say. Yeah Yeah I'm accepted because of people like Bob Murray because people like Mike Milbury. Who didn't do any of that is a circumstance. It's never been an occurrence. I think Bob Murray ever that different than the other coaches on staff and to the mystery. Mrs Samuel L. E. We ever met the Samuel is but they're incredible people not just saying that because they're the owners but Mr Samuel like myself as a huge music guy and if you ever get a chance to interview him you have to ask him about his jamming METALLICA. It's fantastic and Acceptance I think is what you make it. You go and you do a good enough job. There are good people out there that will give you the opportunity. I choose to look at it that way. That and not look at the ones that won't have I not had an opportunity Because Oh yeah but also have had an opportunity and it's been fifteen years so I have two more sons. The and one of them was along that vein as well. What can and I don't want to make the exclusive to the NHL. But what more can hockey do to make it sport more inclusive? You know what it comes down to. I think it's the grass roots. When you look at the cost of hockey right now I think that is the single biggest issue. I think that determine the makeup of hockey in the future in Canada when you're looking at the cost of enrollment the cost of private instruction the cost of equipment. All of that you know the will the next Kevin. Weekes be able to come out of hockey from a family in in in scarborough when the cost of goal equipment is what it is in the cost of enrollment is what it is and. I think that is the biggest issue. That's going to determine the makeup of hockey in the future. Not Attitudes necessarily of course that's going to have an impact on it but until the cost of hockey becomes a little more reasonable. I think that's the way you're going to get new Canadians and new immigrants in Canada to to take part Sir Want to end on this one You're obviously a student of your craft. The goaltending craft you referenced. The Jacques Plante Book you referenced. Wanting to be Bernie Perran growing up. And that's of your Your older brother. What do you think when you go back and look at goaltenders from the seventies? I've maintained that in the goals of Alexander Ovechkin score in the entire sports landscape. All right not just hockey. The position of hockey goaltender is more improved than any other position in any sport. When you look at goaltending in the seventies or even into the eighties what goes through your mind. You know. It's funny. Having played in that generation I have a difficult time comparing between generations because of that generation. They were the best and so there's no criticizing that however when I watched that when I watched the Bob your tape of forty nine shots from the Blue Line that went in. You do have to chuckle a little bit. You know and watching Roger Crozier catch himself on the crossbar as he falls backwards as the PUCK is blown five all through him through the skates. There's no question. These goaltenders are incredible and the really are like any sport like any thing where bio mechanics have been applied where training principles have been applied. There's been so much minutia around the goaltending position which I have to tell you is one of my big criticisms of how of goalie coaches now too because there are times where I think as golden coaches we've over complicated the position and Jason La Barbera. Who had had fifteen golick coaches fourteen coaches and fifteen years? When I got him in Anaheim we were practising one day and he turned to me and he said so. I gotTa tell you man. You coach the simplest goal of any goalie coach. I've ever had. And that was the greatest compliment a goalies ever given me. He said you know what you make it so easy to not over. Think it and that to me was I thought. Thank you finally. Somebody's listening to Gibson. But it was the nicest thing any goal you'd ever said to me at that point you know once time so I was actually three last questions so Once more on time if you took hockey team out of their hockey equipment and just line them up against the wall you could pick out. Who The goaltender. Oh yeah no question. Now you can't our goalies normal now. Once upon a time it was crazy goalies. Oh they're different than everybody else. Are they just like everybody else that no no you know what? There's definitely some differences in how they approach life and how they approach the game but there is a little more of normality Krypton to to their everyday if theologically physically. There's no good. Training methods have changed so much for them as well This is a funny story. A few summers we way back. I had a ray emery and Rick dipietro come up to skate in the summertime and in they come in their training garb and and they start getting ready and it was like watching two linebackers. I mean it was unbelievable. Kevin Weekes was in was a part of that group too. I mean these guys were stunning. Athletes I mean they were jacked. That build is gone to and now we have much more lean lanky. I used to say one of the things I love but Marc Andre that he could tie shoelaces without bending over those long arms. You know that he could you? Could you just Gibson has flourished face no but flower? I ended up spending a little bit of time with a couple of summers ago on the ice with his goal in Montreal and we had a good laugh and flower. I have to tell you one of the nicest human beings you can ever meet. I truly have a lot of respect for mark under flurry to this day. During the warm ups sit on the bench and warm up watching our golden their goalie and flower will always throw by scored the water bottle as it goes by so but yes physiologically. There's no question there's the change but they have become much more uniform like the players. You have that linke. Lean lean build. Now Okay indulge me one more and then I saw one more and then I'm done just thought this now is we're talking about Different goaltenders specifically. Is there a way you want? Goaltenders to practice there are some goaltenders. We know Dominik Hasek as being scored on whether it was a game or practice and he would internalize it. And he'll battled every puck. Is that saying you know what it comes down to personality types. I remember hearing stories but Ed Belfour leaving the Puck in the net. So He'd count them at the end the practice. How many goals went in? And if you dare take one out from behind his back you gotta stick thrown at you. I'd heard that story where Miller is one of those guys that and again playing to his personality. He's one of those guys gets very fired up. When one creeps in practice gives them. We'll give me the will look over my shoulder and give me the shoulder shrug by But that's his personality type. So is there a one? Just like how. I don't believe that there should be a one-size-fits-all training method for the goalies. I don't think there's a one size fits all attitude for practice either. As long as for me as long as they're working on their skills and keeping them as Polish as refined as possible. Then.
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"Minute that Crosby sees Miller's hand coming up the shaft he fires it yes he crosby reads that so wonderfully it's like that's part of the brilliance of Rosbif. He Sees Okay Miller's coach on that I'm going to fire and it's going in and sure enough it does has Ryan Miller ever discussed that particular goal with you. Do you find that after a situation like that. That a goaltender. This is a wide brush painting with here. They become gun shy to pull that out again. How discussed that specific goal. No but if you watch the John Avera School. He got on overtime the other night. Brian tried to poke it on the pass and so has he become gunshot it no. He hasn't begun gun shy on it. Nhl Goal these spend their entire careers under siege as coming up through the ranks. I say to the guys all the time goalies regardless of their level have to have an inner core belief and at no point cannot Corbu B. Rooted because that core belief is what's going to be the thing that's going to make them withstand anything and that is constantly being chiseled at all. The time is being chiseled out by coaches by fans by media by by everyone teammates you know and so it has to be fortified ninety rooted and so one. Circumstance can't erode that because that thing as I as I say being a big fan of music that's their Mojo that's their thing and the minute you strip. As a coach you strip their Mojo or they themselves diminish their Mojo. Then you're in trouble and so I'm a big believer in my goals in particular having a little bit of freedom to be aggressive and if they make mistake on it let's look in We were playing New York the While back bars El-Khiam Nana breakway gives them for the pull check just.
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"At the All Star game got a foot to slide again. Elevate the puck over. Bph Oh he's got some speed. I might have to go take his legs. Though I had that was doesn't move. We're just like you talk school Eric. Y'All going there. I'm done on my God and I remind people that he was good enough to be all-star game. It was the injury. He sustained in the all-star game is what set off this viral. And so here's the goal to play for the. Us Olympic team with the Olympics played in the All Star game. Wasn't that bad. It's just the contract gets thrown in there and all those things. But that injury that he sustained in the All Star game had lasting impact and the surgeries that resulted in. So you know I wanNA talk to you a little bit about your current Job Jeff before you came in. Saudi was saying that we think he's the only goaltending coach in the NHL. Right now who doesn't spend every day with the goalies you take ten days about a month where you're not with John Gibson and Ryan Miller the current ducks tandem. Why do you think that's important goaltending such an intensely Cerebral position and there's so many personality traits that go into that. I've always been a firm believer that the goalies need some time on their own. They also need to figure some things out on their own too so just being There as somebody that supports them and works with them and can go in there. Get them going to wear. I believe they should be where they should be at letting them cruise for a little while wants to ship starts to veer a little bit. You come in you straighten it a little bit and you you you work on you. You spend some time with them. You know you get in their head. See where they're at. I'm a firm believer that they need a little bit of time on their own as well and they don't need somebody in there. You're all the time. I'm a firm believer in that. I'm definitely in the minority in that way because it has gone to the guy that's their everyday everyday everyday. I don't believe in that. I believe that there should. The guy should have a little bit at time on their own. So you said Bob Murray agrees with you on the opposite ultimately the most important thing is your boss. He's going to buy into that and Bob having had Francois Allaire having had peters who also did the same thing has kept to that model. I WANNA ask you about different goals. That goalies surrender. Mike bossy would talk about scoring goals. Five whole Psychologically he would say if I pick a corner goalie can say that's just a great shot. No one stop in that shot if it goes five whole psychologically I've put the puck through the goaltender and it gets up here true or false true true. I think that is true. When you look at and goals are all viewed. There's this there's this belief that all goals are bad. You know. Sometimes you just gotta tip your hat now as far as the five whole goal if you watch in slow motion when a goalie drops you will see that little triangle form above the top of their blade as the goal is going down and that little triangle is the last little piece left until the knees come down and fully collapse. There are times when a guy rips one and even though you're trying to hit the deck as fast as you can physiologically. There's you can only go certain speed and or certain times where even a five whole goal is a darn good shot and so yeah every says I taught me five whole. I should have had that but if you actually slow it down and you look at it in slow motion occasionally. It's just a good shot. Brayden hold peace says he has three rankings of goals could have had should have had no freaking chance. What's your ranking system? I would say that's a pretty spot on one. That's a pretty spot on wave of saying that there are. There are times when no matter what you do and what you say you know. Everybody in. The world knows where Alex veteran standing everybody. The world knows that he's one time in that puck sometimes is just a good shot and plain and simple but as a goalie we are as coaches. We set the the mark. You have to set the bar somewhere in that old saying is better to aim for the stars in and missed and aim for that pilot Dung and hit it. You have to set the Bar. High and aim for making every save can take a couple of seconds of peace and tells both three your guys. John Gibson who probably because the ducks results haven't been there. The last couple of years doesn't get enough credit for how good he is. Ryan Miller who seen everything and because we're in Toronto the center of the Hockey Universe. You gotta tell us about Frederik Anderson. Let's go with these three guys. You know what team policy. I'm not allowed to speak about opposition players however I can't speak about Freddie Anderson when I had him. Okay first of all. Bob Doesn't listen to podcasts. So I think you're okay. I'll start with Gibson. There is a guy who is. There's no question. He has was under appreciated for an awfully long time. I go back to Christmas. Two seasons ago where he hit this switch and he had a and nine fifty seven save percentage for this for the last half of the year and and I'd watch and Elliott. I'd be watching different. Telecasts you can't miss a you back and forth to Toronto. You see little things about lists of goalies and things like that. I would shake my head because every once in a while somebody would say. I hope we get Anaheim. Their goal trainings. There is an issue. And we've got a goal with a nine fifty seven and another goal with a nine thirty two and I'm going Clearly somebody hasn't been watching and so Gibson has really come into his own It's been about three years now if you get into half of the season he's one of the most quiet competitors you've ever met. He's extremely competitive yet. You would never know when you speak too when you see him when you you see him on a surface level give me an. I rode the buses together in the miners. We have been together going on seven years now at the end of the season. We've had our moments. Let me tell you. There have been times where I've wanted to beat them with a coal but there are other times where he has been incredible to deal with and his reads are beyond none his ability to see the play. We'll sit through penalty killing meetings. And he'll watch the video and he has every pattern that they use on their power play memorized where he'll ask me these questions. I left to go and look at the video again i. It's it's unbelievable. His ability to process the play is incredible and is really matured as a human being as a person. I can't speak highly enough about John. Gibson as a person Ryan Miller Has Been a treat to work with Ryan is as professionals professional can be when I first got him. I didn't know what to get. I'd seen the videos. I'd seen the interviews. I'd seen all those things. I didn't know what I was getting and deception of one time where I had to snap the whip. A little bit Tell us what it was Ryan Ryan can get in his head at times and was processing stuff and and wasn't listening and I simply reminded them that if we were going to work together that there'd be some listening going on to and and from that point on it was vastly different in the relationship. And like I said I give you the same every once in a while. You have to remind them that he has to listen. So Ryan is like. I can't describe what a consummate Professional Ryan Miller is. He is as a lot of fun to work with I refer to every once in a while. I have to jingle the keys and distracted a little bit so that I can get what I want to get done. But he is a lot of fun. Freddie. I cannot describe a player that has spent more time on working on himself. As much as Frederik Anderson he was he was Certainly not in great shape when we when we drafted him. I'll tell the story afraid it'll kill me for telling this story. I like the Yeah Freddie. Gotten sent back down from Anaheim and he came down to the minors and didn't really WANNA be there and wasn't working very hard and left. The is early after practice and all those things and I called him out. It takes as you can tell him pretty laid back guy. The Caribbean in me comes out pretty good and I called him out into the hallway and used a few words that I won't use now and describe where I thought he was at that moment and really late into and out we marched back onto the ice and and away. We went that night. We're having a meeting. Freddie came and stood beside me and at the end of the meeting he said to me got a haircut. Okay Yeah and he said I thought I changed my look to go with my attitude And he walked away and it was and complete one. Eighty never had to address that point ever again with Freddie Anderson and it was one of those Aha moments with me with he and I and to the point where a couple of summers ago I got a text. Hey suddenly what are you doing? Because I'm in OAKVILLE? Nothing can come your house for lunch and already marches over drives over has lunch with my daughters and drives away. My daughter's you mean the goal is for. The leashes came over to have lunch with us. Yeah and away went and Freddie I Freddie has done some wonderful things in and I give full credit Freddie Anderson one of the things that drives me absolutely crazy or golden coaches that beat their chest and stand out there talking about how they've created. These guys I hate those guys because we are not squeezing blood from any stones. We are getting some pretty high end athletes and Freddie Anderson to me gets a lot of credit for what he's done he's spent a Lotta time working on himself and his game. How did you feel about handling the puck when he was with Anaheim? Because I can remember having a conversation with someone In the goaltending community about pretty Anderson when he came to Toronto and he was handling the puck a lot more than it was like well. You know he's pretty good. This is the seems new and this person said to me yet in Anaheim. They didn't like him touching the PUCK. That's not true that's not true. We liked simple. We'd like to simplify the game We weren't going for a long stretch passes and and all of that but It his exchanges and when he did have to make an outlet He had the skill to make an outlet. That's not true we didn't encourage the big long bombs that say Because we did play a fairly defensive system but I thought it was one of the areas of game that really improved Time was was how we handled the buck. Are you able to tell because you're so you're right in the middle of it? As far. They coaching goaltenders? Are you able to look at a goaltender in the League and say yeah? That's from Mike Bales. Yeah that's from. Whomever are you able to do that? Yeah there's there's definitely you definitely see elements of guys. Now that is changing. The position has become more and more uniform. There was a time when there was a variance. You could see the French goalies. You can see. The American goalies exceed the western Canadian. Goalies you could definitely see some some variants in their. It has become much more uniform. So you see less of that. But there's no question you see some tendencies. How guys handle certain situations around the goalposts. How guys handle Certain situations on lateral place. Things like that. You can definitely see some some variants. I'm little bit surprised to hear that because I think this year. And maybe it's just me and you can tell me if I'm wrong because you would know this more than I would but I see like price had to pad stack a couple weeks ago like I watch those guys in Columbus like they're all over the ice icy more guys now. It's almost like they're making up stuff to make saves. I think it's fantastic. I think it's great to I swear to God when Gibson pulls out a check on shootouts on you've seen it But he will pull the POKE CHECK UNSURE. I swear he. There's going to be a time where he's GonNa stand up and give me the point Because he knows it drives me absolutely around the bend but with the changes equipment with the changes to the game. And the fact that the game has become lateral. There is more room for some structural changes the structural integrity. And so yes. You will see some of those things I think more often. You will see a few more guys. Yeah at living a little more because the game has become a little more open. Do you find that goaltenders after allowing GonNa go Ryan Miller with this on yours can become obvious where I'm going here in a second. You find that goaltenders are shy to do a move. After its burn them and specifically with Ryan Miller on the Sidney crosby golden goal The.
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"Rush or anything like rush I just wanna let you know I'm just seeing all the well wishes for him in the course we all join in that and I know it's very very meaningful offer Maharaj himself I've heard him say that Rush Limbaugh dot com top left hand corner you can leave a note for rush I know he'd appreciate that you can also go there and see the video rush receive I'm sorry I okay I'm not going to cry Brian was some of the team earlier about this to see that ma'am our dear rosh so shocked when he shook the bed because he deserves that metal because the bill of rights first amendments to the constitution early out in order of importance in the top one is freedom of speech there's anybody who's done more take advantage of that right and to show why that writes important and rushes dot so you can go to Rush Limbaugh com you can watch a video of Maharishi as he is he surprised and Horton's every seat in the middle of honor from president trump Anastasia in Wappinger falls New York wait a minute wait a minute that's so that's the al Sharpton Tawana Brawley place isn't it Anastasia yeah yes this yes yeah right yeah so how's how's the how's the so called river now how's he viewed up there I have no idea okay good well what what can Russia what did you want to set well whatever little bit nervous about is the Democrats are in yep it so I know that they knew that he would be a credit so my worry is that when push comes to shove and when he wins the electoral college in the popular vote that they're going to say is Nancy because he's going to say I'm not going to accept this he thought of as the need to use to cook it any the hearing the election and to our country into that kind of disarray and that little bit frightening notice right I mean you don't think needs you would do such a thing their country yes I do yes I do okay so let me ask this question right now it is Friday I want to just just think about this think about this for a second season what does it say about Nancy Pelosi that you believe she would do that to this country well I do believe she's as I don't use the word often evil and and well if he would do something like that our you stay in control and because she really they all do they really just keep trying so very very much and its reflection on how they feel about us as well there's something else to this that in ends and I would she do that I don't think she'd hesitate a second and ends up so I'm gonna thank you for the call in a minute just expand what you said at stage I appreciate the call expand what you said look at the chaos okay there are people who benefit from the chaos there are people who are inserting chaos there inserting chaos in their schools they're inserting chaos into the electoral system since George W. bush they have said that Republicans are illegitimate one elected they've already announced to continue they will continue to try to attack president trump on baseless grounds impeachment related grounds people who in still chaos or looking to be the people who say we will come and rescue you from the chaos instilling chaos in a family in a church in a business he's never done for boards it is always done for power that's what they seek Nancy polls remember she was willing to shovel bomb occur down your throat without a vote they worked on something she Louise slaughter called we will demand to have passed they were gonna say well it would have passed we just didn't vote land from central Illinois you are on the Rush Limbaugh program taught Herman filling in Highland what are you doing great man well before I get to my point out say this really quickly rush is a patriot in a statement and probably the greatest voice ever out there for conservatism and I love the guy I'm gonna listen to a lot was every day awesome now it's a let's see the boss wants just to get to the point my point is and he would make this if he was on the year I think sorry I got up there in may a complete fool of himself in my opinion he got out there and stated that you know he searched his story sources for he searched his religion and set about how much he was he was an all right all right all right one constituency I never heard that word one time come out of his mouth whoa whoa yeah okay lan that's a brilliant point and I should have caught myself that's an amazing point one thank you so much for calling Russian show that's exactly right Mitt Romney I hi hi Scott Herman filling in of Rush Limbaugh on the EIB network you're listening to the EIB network.
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"Of sort of lawlessness and it is it kind of continues in the city where does Maharaj you fall on the spectrum of law and order and you would get at the public defender he's more much farther on the progressive side of that spectrum he doesn't think he actually I was surprised called it a revolving door a lot of that you are frustrated by what we eat that he means that in the way that people are arrested you know me a little bit of jail time release but there are underlying issues are not Jack he hired and social workers he thinks that and it's a lot more important to help these people rebuild their lives whether it's through job training or therapy or you know drug treatment or whatever it is that had their problems in the first place and then put them in jail cell that's where he's focused you know I I get frustrated I just told you I mean I again I try to be in a liberal in my thinking and understanding some of the root causes of everything from homelessness to lawlessness to these these robberies people are driven to these various acts by all sorts of desperation but that said I mean we have a city to run you know and you can't have people breaking into things you can't have businesses threatened by these things you can't you can't live in a city like this and I'm wondering if you who really have this this this this telescope on the city I mean looking at things up close if if you don't find a frustration among those people those of us who are connected to the city in care so much about it if you don't find a frustration on the part of those people you talk to el Corte deal I hear complaints all the time about you know trying to navigate a sidewalk that will attend to our dirty needles or or what have you and and just the other day I was getting off the bart at grand Turk telecom and a TV news crew is there because a woman had just and then attacked by a bunch of teenagers on the platform in Glen park bart station to have them electronic stolen summer and it it seems like it keeping all over the city and the neighborhoods where you didn't use to see these incidents that's an academic yeah violent crime overall it down we had fewer homicides last year than in many years but I think people feel like these you know smaller issues are still you know looming very large for the average disk and we did that story the other day about the statistics sort of being of those that would reflect improving situation versus cry on crime but when you look at violent crime versus the kind of crime that you're dealing with like the the one you just mentioned where people do have cellphones grabbed her laptop scrap I mean that's an epidemic on bart and and it and it's extending beyond barred so you realize how the statistics are are deceiving them in terms of the actual danger or probability of you getting ripped off in the city I mean it it yeah those those those statistics actually creep up right I was surprised them my colleagues on it here read a colony at a day tracking the number of and leggings in yes the number of sound and laptops and what not stolen on fire and it's interesting to find that the highest number is on the stretch between Powell and heading south towards the airport I would have thought it would have been you know the downtown stations like Embarcadero in Miami but there are a lot lower so you never know where it's going to happen to you in it you just have to be vigilant at all times and the other thing I just wanna measures are talking a minor Raju is his his view of juries in jury selection and jury duty because if he did he does bring sort of a perspective to that issue that's a different yeah that was interesting to hear so and anybody has been called for jury duty note that you're not paid you might get I think the Max you can get it's fifteen dollars a day a lot of people's employers would just pay the regular rate they would get from work and so it's not a big deal but if you don't have an employer who does that it's not required under state law then it can be you know huge financial hardship to serve on a duty manager a and a lot of people try to get out of it and and he wants to pay people and the city's minimum wage which is currently about fifteen dollars and fifty cents an hour so that it would be more like a job where you wouldn't have to say no and his reasoning is that juries in San Francisco are predominately white and you know wealthier people had a retired people kind of like Kerry because it's something to do that and in younger people while their kids yeah and it's not uncommon to have an entire jury pool at a single African American person in it so and that of course it can be a problem when you're an African American defendant who would like appear on that you know on the jury and there isn't one well the jury system seems broken on some level two I don't know but I mean we can only solve so many problems on the show heather add a time yeah we do so I had to double back again to the empty lots that are just being fouled by everything from feces to trash in the city owns them and nothing's happening the homeless situation as it overflows as we finish here you heather knight who write this great column regularly in the chronicle where how do you see the priorities of the city shaking out I mean are they appropriately prioritized obviously things move too slowly right I think everybody is saying the right thing the mayor is trying to get two thousand more and what is not to bad Jack treatment slots Manda how slot open quickly but it's just so frustrating to see how long everything takes and as he says he's trying to cut red tape but then when you look at something like that McDonald flat or the tenderloin lot where justifies understanding you know you wonder like how are they really doing what they say they want to do yeah and I don't understand usually it's about money somehow you know some does make sense and takes too long I look behind the curtain for the the financial gain that summer getting by delaying it I I I don't see that here so obviously to be honest but I'm gonna I'm gonna link to your columns and we love of visiting with you when we look forward to the next visit heather knight chronicles yeah thanks everybody yeah thank you there's great and her podcasters great have heard it too so a link to it on my my Twitter feed at market he lives let's get an update on impeachment proceedings when we come back we'll do Friday fabulous Florida news from the state of Florida as we continue on a swamp sweep after eleven o'clock KGO eight ten special.
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"So i guess we'll find out it has responses in and what all results from this before the break i was talking about as us senator ron johnson again at some of that a lot of respect for i i've known him for quite a wellness his entire tenure as us senator of talked to him a number of times and a he put himself out of this week in a in a in a manner that a lot of people are now looking at including a lot of republicans saying you really stepped out on a limb here as i said tuesday he basically charged the fbi with political by advisor in meal making comments about a secret society walked back a little bit on wednesday thursday admitted to cnn in an interview with maharaj you that this may have been all a joke so what change since since tuesday or one the fullcontact of that of that text were were more appreciated and then the secret society was was part of a group of tax some award which were just released that was kind of a running gag between the two the two people that tax thing leases rock and we find his name here peter appear struck rather than lisa page the two fbi employees were taken off the investigation and eventually were found to have been having a fair they were joking about vladimir putin and you know in that context the secret society tax was created while the other thing too changes the fact that the fbi had reported that there were thousands of missing taxed and i think those two things cratered in at least the senators mind that there was an a real potential for conspiracy here and i think that's where this may have come from all the tax or says from the nine zero ron johnson lost my confidence when he said he would move to them thumbs sykes sort of unrelated certainly unrelated but the bats it shows you there's a lot of difference of opinion here's another one from jeff and fox point i still have confidence in him everyone makes mistakes and i think this is clearly a mistake in it's a it's an overreach that a us senator probably should make and somebody who has leadership positions in congress as he does when you get information handed to you or presented.