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"marinelli" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:24 min | 5 months ago

"marinelli" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Foundation. This is all things considered from NPR news, I'm Elsa Cheng. And I'm Ari Shapiro. Unfortunately, there are no continents on the planet without sexual harassment, and that includes Antarctica. A new report reveals that sexual harassment and sexual assault are major problems that U.S. Antarctic facilities. The report was commissioned by the national science foundation which runs the Antarctic program. The report found that nearly three quarters of women working there felt sexual harassment was an issue. Nearly half were worried about sexual assaults. And Pierre's Joe Parker has been reading through the 273 page report and is here in the studio to tell us about it hey Joe. Hey Ari, what are some of the revelations in the report? Well, one of the things that jumps out at you is how pervasive this problem seems to be. They quoted one of the people they interviewed as saying every woman I know down there has had an assault or harassment experience that occurred on ice on ice is what they call working down there. And this is a sentiment that they heard from many, many different people. The report also said that many people didn't trust the officials they were supposed to report to when they had a problem because they thought, a, they might be reprisals or B they were thinking that these people were more interested in protecting the agencies than protecting the people. Is there something about working in Antarctica that makes this more of a problem? Well, I've been to Antarctica and it's very remote. And even though the Internet has made it smaller, it's just not a place that you can walk down the street and see anybody. Much of the year these bases are totally inaccessible. The sun disappears for months in the winter, and that means the staff doesn't have anywhere to go or anyone to talk to. I spoke with Madeline Nash, she's an associate dean at the Australia national university. She studies harassment in Australia in Australia's Antarctic program. You're so isolated and so detached from the sort of normal rules of society that often it makes it sort of for lack of a better word. It makes it easier to get away with inappropriate behavior that probably wouldn't be condoned back in normal life. So imagine if it's your supervisor doing the harassing, harassing, it's not like you can go down the hall and complain, that supervisor supervisor might be thousands of miles away. Miles away. Has a problem like this been documented before. Well, Nash says many people have worked in Antarctica. No, it's an ongoing issue. Anecdotally, the information that's presented in the support is widely known that women in particular suffer greatly that sexual harassment is a significant problem. But what's unique about this report is that it puts some numbers behind the problem and shows it's really pervasive, and now to be fair, Nash says it was NSF that commissioned the studies of their aware there's a problem. And now that it's out, what does national science foundation have to say about it? Well, Roberta marinelli is head of the office of polar programs. It wasn't surprising to me to hear some of the stories that we heard. It's certainly disappointing. Marinelli says one of the things she thinks will improve the situation is to make it easier and less fraught for people to report incidents of harassment. But more important than that is we have to create an environment in which this kind of behavior just isn't tolerated. Those sound like the right words, but is there the will to actually do something? Well, who can say for sure, there are some structural issues that make it difficult to make changes in the Antarctic. I mean, there's the military that transports people their contractors, their scientists who have their own rules and institutions they have to the rules they have to live by. So coming up with a strategy strategy that's going to be acceptable to everyone is going to be a challenge, but at the end of the day, this is NSF's responsibility. Thanks, Joe. You're welcome. You're listening to all things

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"marinelli" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:46 min | 8 months ago

"marinelli" Discussed on WTOP

"The WTO traffic zone It's a drip dry morning dino and that is taking its toll on the roadways extra caution this morning you're gonna find the footing not quite as sure as we've had showers dot the area most of the morning and it's already taken to toll We will start on the Virginia beltway still cleaning up the earlier crash and vehicle fire right before telegraph road right at the point where the local and through lanes diverge and the local lanes are I believe have just been reopened I'm looking at a camera shot here and I think we have a yes I think we've just had those local lanes restored to us trying to get toward telegraph road So that one is now clear The earlier crash three 95 southbound near duke's REIT that is also now out of the roadway New crash being reported on 66 is going to be eastbound inside the beltway before glee road watch for that over on the right side First responders heading that way now The big work zones on 66 the one after nutley's Reed westbound and the one eastbound before the capitol by the way those have picked up and gone home I believe we still have no ramps from westbound 66 to go west on 50 at fair oaks Makes it 57 B I believe is still blocked in the district the earlier crash third three tunnel southbound now done lanes all reopened in Maryland known clear answer on our question what's happened to the crash on three 55 through North Bethesda That was near marinelli road before old Georgetown road over when we had traffic blocked at one point I don't think we'd do anymore That would maybe gone 95 BW Parkway quiet 50 across the bay bridge two lanes eastbound two lanes westbound two and from the shore Ian Crawford WTO traffic 17 four tracking rain both Saturday and Sunday but not a washout but the best chance of rain on Saturday will be early in the day Best.

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"marinelli" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"marinelli" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Lean on curtis johnson receiver coach. Who leans on was not there so i could see how they can lose the panthers. I don't see them continuing to play like that. The rest of the year though i feel like jameis winston. Obviously you made mention of it. First game it wasn't for a lot of yardage it was more about execution imprecision right. I think he had some ill-advised passes the one before have he had a lot of room to run and tried to force issued a second second interception. He'd just. I don't even know who the hell was throwing the ball to. But i'm still willing to say james. There's going to be time that we have to give him. Considering all these other practices that key just mentioned where feels like you give jameis winston a little bit of a pass before we see more from and right like maybe not everything was on him yesterday. Like we mentioned all the offensive coaches that were missing. And i don't know the exact scenario but it was something along the lines of like. Let's say a running backs. Coach was coaching receivers. Running back anti-death dens. Like i mean they were doing the most precise get called out to for sure fair enough totally fair enough. Let's go to kyle in. Spokane has got something to say about the raiders. But now we've been talking about the raiders. Kyle the morning. Good morning guys how you doing. What's up man so raider fan forever. I am skeptical about week. One we played defense for the first time. Since dared burgess and non day awesome while we're on our team. We did it again week to. Do you really think that there's actually a possibility that we actually know how to play. Defense with gus. Bradley raiders. fans can't believe actually playing this level right now. Key is sustainable. The raiders did start out six and two last year. So i mean it's a much different. It's a different six to start lashing would be this year. Just because they knew they didn't have or they have been under gruden. Had that monday night thriller kind. I know they beat kansas city. But it's not the same as beating in a home opener. pressure to fans beating a team like baltimore in the way that they did it then going on the road right and taking care of business in pittsburgh when the majority of people out there put the money on pittsburgh But the defense under rally that front fours dominant now you know to dominate to a degree. They're playing the way you anticipate affront for playing with rod marinelli. Cutline coach could just do what he does. And gus bradley could call defense. They've gotta sure their secondary some more If dak- short the secondary tight net thing up. I think they could have a very formidable defense. That compare with their offense and make some noise. If you look at the schedule touche. They have the dolphins. That are coming to vegas right without to you be then. They play out the charges which would be a game obviously They the bears at home than at the broncos and the eagles i mean so their their schedule is favourable for them to actually come out of this looking like the trending and right direction. It's not nice j. Favorable playing my bears at home in two weeks. And it's all right all right so we're gonna have a guest here in a minute. What was busy gives observations from week to. We'll we'll get to that after sportscenter.

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"marinelli" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"marinelli" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

"It's nothing been positively encouragement and telling him come on. Let's go and this that the other. And then if he has something to say he either does it behind closed doors or he's doing it when the unit convenes for it for a defensive meeting. And that's what i've been impressed with most is a lot of these coaches are on the same page and the mentality come from the same old school. That gruden does in old school. You talk about those guys spit in and pulling guys around by their helmet. I all i could picture his rod. Marinelli doing that. Anybody on the d. line. I picture rod marinelli. Doing that was any. I would love to see a fan of happened to me. My first year of tackle football. I remember how old i was playing for. The jubilation raiders coincidentally Here in las vegas practicing at sunset park and my old coach dan. hi element. It was one of the first co practices with pads. And you lie late. You laid on your back helmet-to-helmet and you had to get up and run straightforward and and whoever got the best of the other one and i was scared of getting hit i just i did you know i just love. Playing football played street football lightbulb football with the nerf but as far as tackling and get hit i wasn't having it and i think it might have been five six times and i remember him yelling. We are not taking a water break until ramirez gets this right and that was the day that i grew up inside of tackle. Football became a cornerback. Which is why a big fan of the secondary especially nate hobbs. Well let's get into that. You were talking to a high school coach. I believe right for a piece that you have coming up. What can you tell us what you learned about nate hobbes. Yeah he He's obviously been the biggest surprise out of the twenty twenty one draft class. He's been just making plays during the seven on seven during the one on one drills. We've seen him step up. I remember filming a video and putting it when they were there was one day where they let us film extensively which they hadn't been doing and i had a great shot of him and he quoted it and the quote that he he just put an emoji and it was a meditation emoji above a above. My tweet he deflected a pass but in the video he was upset that he didn't pick it and every time we've asked him a question about a standout you know Play that he's made it's always been a critique of himself rather than a humble brag and i've been impressed by his humility and so when i talked to his coach for actually. The story came out yesterday. Tuesday morning for the associated press. And you know so. Many people have been writing about up. So i wanted to reach back to when he was in high school. I was shocked to find out that this do did not get his first serious look until november of his senior year and he committed in december illinois. Which at the time was coached by lovey. Smith was shocked. That there wasn't. I think western kentucky the hilltop. I was the only one that had an offer on the table. Louisville nothing kentucky. Nothing this dude starred for chris. Wool at louisville's male high-school and it is the second winningest high school program in the history of high school. Football behind valdosta in georgia. The second most wins of all time and wool. Chris wolf said that he never really has to play to a player's right..

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"marinelli" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"marinelli" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"I don't i don't see that being a problem as far. Just plod haley becoming. That's how todd haley got. That's hi todd. Haley became an nfl head coach without even play football past a youth level. Come was gimme because he no. He had an end. That's what i'm talking about having an in so you might an innocent as a ball boy and you don't think anything of it. I'm sure when. Todd haley woods at steelers jets camp as a as a ball boy. Nobody thought anything of it. They thought it was cute. That's who hail. He's got his kid out here. Ballboy he wound up being an nfl head. Coach i'm talking about in. But just tom dak prescott russell wilson cam newton any of the star black quarterbacks game lamar jackson any if they had a kid who wanted to be a ball boy. The team tells them know john. Harbaugh tells lamar jackson. No you can't you can't be a ballboy can't can't do it can't do it now. There's ways you can. I think there's other ways you can explain that and say look. Here's the problem with nepotism. And here's why why black people can't get their foot in the door. i get that. But we're talking about a ballboy. Where if any of these guys were old enough and that those kids of course they're getting a gig you tell me any other star black player in the. Nfl couldn't do it. If de'andre hopkins had a kid who was fourteen. Hey can my son be a ballboy that everybody's a ballboy jason. So that's a myth. I mean sure you know. Everybody wants to every every debt. Most most players probably have kids. They will love for their kids to come to work with them and be a part of the team. You can't do that for everybody. It's a special thing that only a handful of people get to do and you know it. Everybody can't do it and my point is that we've seen the nepotism in this league. It is a disease. There's no way rod marinelli should have been able to hire his family members. He never even been a head coach at any level high school or college but.

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"marinelli" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"marinelli" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"I thought it was interesting that it kind of came out of nowhere but the time they wanted to sit him. Down was was pretty extensive at the very beginning I thought it was reassuring that they reached out to the yankees and the white sox You know to get some information. Which makes you think You know repetitive motion. Like a pitcher You know maybe baseball trainers being more familiar with rehab for for something like that as opposed to To football on a quarterback so Jim hours fantastic gym trainer with the cowboys. When i was playing. And he's he's he's outstanding so It anybody's alarm just know that he's in good hands with the medical staff. They have in dallas They're going to do things right. They won't put him out there before he's ready But i i everything that we're hearing down here in dallas right now Ahead of schedule looks good when he throwing the ball on the field. He'll always step away from the team drills that do a little bit of one on one On a different field and and make you know substantial amounts of throw. So i. I definitely think he's turning in the right direction and and there's to be fine for started season. Does he need preseason rips. After missing all last year as training camp enough. I think he needs the preseason reps to be in the pocket alive pocket with bodies around that leg. Just to kinda get over that final hurdle Does he need to do that in three season. Can he. just wait a week one to do it. Yeah maybe but. I think every time you hear quarterbacks getting back into the mix and we've got the vikings at the bengals we won and that's one of the things that show. Borough is struggling with a little bit right now. and he's admitted it You know i'm i'm kind of you know subconsciously. Worried about people around my legs in the pocket so that that would be the one big thing for me You know it's a little bit different situation with how the injury happened when you talk about. And you talk about joe bureau so you know maybe is is fine mentally but that would be my only my only concern is is how does he look in the pocket in in a real live. Eleven on eleven. Drill ours is still down the field. Kenny feel the rush or is he looking for the rush. Dow johnson joining us. Right now in the goodyear hotlines. Let's talk about dak prescott in this offense for the cowboys this year. How good can it be with the weapons that they have the offensive line back healthy at least for now we of course him under center. Yeah that's the whole thing. It all hinges on the offensive line. How healthy they are You know tyron. Smith is really struggled to stay healthy during the course of the season. I mean he's outstanding. you know. Zack martin You know the last couple years you know. It's been hard for him. I'll call in You know younger you know. Got the hip fixed in the off season. You know. I think that of the three that would be the one. I'd be least worried about but it all hinges on how healthy those starting five guys are front and really you know what happens it. It left garden center. You know how they resolve that I think the irish is a is a good player. They got from wisconsin. A couple of years ago So the health of the offensive line dictates how effective they are running. The football with ezekiel In twenty pollard. how protection holds up redacted. Deal to throw the ball when you look at the skill positions You can stack them up against virtually anybody in the nfl. I mean they're really really good But it all inches on the health of that offensive line and we saw that last season. You know when you when you lose your starting tackles and you're even looking down to number four number five guys that you'd never anticipated taking meaningful snaps during the course of the season or now you're starting left and right tackle to start the season That was gonna be That was gonna be a tough. And then as soon as dad went down it was just. It was a real struggle for last year. Durham moose. johnston join us here. This one keyshawn. Jay will zubin. How how improved. Do you think the cowboys defense is right now to be competitive your kishan. I think that that's where the biggest jump has come from so far A lotta rumblings here Dan clinton has made and an immediate connection with these guys And remember. I mean the rod marinelli system going from the rod marinelli system to the mike nolan system You know during the course of an offseason was impacted by the pandemic. The way it was that that was going to be that was going to be challenging if they had a normal season but when we had all the changes last year and there was just not enough time to be around each other in person to really be hands on. I mean you're transitioning personnel. You're transitioning technique. There was so much that they were changing that the one that pandemic it you know in hindsight it might have been better to do a gradual transition from from rod system into mike system. Now we're going back. You know. Dan quinn system is going to be much more similar to what rogge was running Than mike was putting on. I think if it's the personnel a little bit better. I like what they've done in the secondary one of the things that everybody's talking about defensively as the amount of depth that they have She'll be able to have a good rotation your defense a front. You've got some options on the back end in your secondary And was You know with. Mike parsons and jibril cox coming in. I think that that linebacker level has gotten extremely competitive as well. So they're going to be fast They're gonna play hard There is talent there. So i think your your biggest key to how this season goes along with. The health of the offensive line is is the performance of the defense. And i think a lot of people forget you know our for super bowl when we weren't our first super bowl one of the sides of the ball was ranked number six and one of the sides of the ball was ranked number one in the nfl. And i think a lot of people which will your offense was number one in the nfl. No no defense. We're the number one defense in the nfl and that that really helped offense with all our our our power in our star power on that side of the ball you talk about your championship teams and you know one of the things out of this weekend. That we got to enjoy with the whole thing ceremonies was jimmy. Johnson being inducted and also he and jerry jones sort of having that that moment that we've all been waiting for some curious how you felt about that too to have jerry say that jimmy will take his rightful place ring of honor and and be remembered and the fact that their relationship seems to have meant at least to a point where they can they can talk nice again and and jimmy johnson once again can feel like. He's a dallas cowboy. Yeah why should go back and you look at the guys who are in the ring of honor right now. You know from that era you know. Troy michael it. Darren larry charles. You know a big part of that is is the teams that jimmy johnson put together so he definitely deserves to be in the ring of honor and and i think that that was where a lot of that came up. You know should have been the first one of that group to go into the ring along because it was really you know. His front office savvy and the building of that team and the coaching of that group of guys that allow those guys to achieve the success that we did. So you know i. I think that that's where it all comes from And it was really good to see. You know both jerry and jimmy you know kinda mend fences again and you know how. 'bout discussion i see. I know it means a lot to to jimmy and you saw how how much it meant to him to be in the hall of fame You know i. I don't know if he if he really truly believe he was gonna get there You know five years didn't hear five. You're staying with the dolphins. Did he do enough as a coach and a front office guy you know in the building of those two teams to earn the right to be in the hall of fame. I it's it's such hard hard group of guys to become a part of. And i tell you what from from the moment..

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"marinelli" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"marinelli" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"Very excited about one. Obviously yup yeah that was like as soon as stock picking in there. Yes and then is going to be delighted about this. It's so true But yeah i think all eyes are on the defense and dan quinn right now so you make a perfect point about that. It's such a hard. It's been hard couple years watching them. Try to figure out what their identity is now. They seem to have a leader in on a as a coach. I should say because they have la obviously as leader on the team but just going from the last couple of years to this year. We're expecting big things from. I wouldn't say expecting huge things from him. I think it's normally like we like with rod marinelli. We hugged the orphans. You know he got them to middle of the road defense. And then he fell off in the crisper. Sharon two years on then. We all saw what happened last year where everything fell asunder. Like if tom quint can command a make this middle part defense. This year that you know sixteen to twenty two ranked defense. We have the offensive win. You games it's just being a bit better on defense can can push it from a seven nine record off to twelve and five record this season. Definitely you way more eloquently than me. I'm saying like if we can not turn the ball over early. Like turning the ball over is a good thing on defense but not like fumble in like screw up every two seconds on defense like. That's a big thing for me. Yeah no absolutely is unlike. I mean we didn't have our defense a lot last jersey. You say foam balls like getting Tree times against the bengals game pulled us in the whole relocated. Doc was able to bail us ice. But it's it is you're right. he was. We didn't get turnovers from defense The season. But i think On digs had the most intersections with two last season. Two intersections like ducks. Good starts. You would hope at the beginning of the season but not like it throughout the whole entire season. That's just crazy. They cannot put together a comprehensive like play on the ball to save their lives last year. No like the corden stopped rolling in which which post everything back up. Because they're getting defensive tackles straight onto the linebackers As we say late muslim there for half season sean. Lee watson show on lay on jalen was rolling round not know knowing ferry should be because plan was was last season was Who's gonna play the mike. He was going to be leader on the defense. Jails to cover for absolutely everybody covert for nobody at same time a. I'm i'm.

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"marinelli" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"marinelli" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"If you will and that particular play actually you know we hit mike. You sticky earlier the game down the middle. I had a very good feeling with rodney Marinelli they're going to be playing tampa too so i had a very good feeling. They'd have a might linebacker and running with mike and key to save these. And if i could spend enough time staring. At mike i might. I just might have a chance to hit our single receiver down the sidelines and so rarely on drawing place alert to the happen. Exactly like you think they're going to happen My career and be a testament to that but this one did. They came out in the defense. We thought they were gonna come out. I keep to the left and then stared down mike and stepped up in the pocket and the safety on my left. All the sudden starts running towards mike. And i'm in the middle of this play like oh my goodness like this is really going to happen and we actually you know so. He completed the play flag. I had no idea that thrown at that it was completed. I just need my head. Almost got ripped off but the amazing thing about that play is like we needed those fifteen yard. Yes like to get into field goal range and It was just it was such a cool play was an amazing moment. You know kept our playoff hopes. Alive in that whole sequence after i went in going back and forth with car and the the different touchdowns things that many was just. It was a fun the end of the game so much fun. Probably not if you were raiders fan. But it was up until the very last nineteen seconds. If it's patrick can pull a trick out his loft colleagues at the forty one and you're playing cover to you've been playing it all night long. See the you see the facemask right there. But you're one of the greatest games regular season games. I can recall certainly. Yeah it was the end of it was wild and it was so much fun and then in true that i'm not gonna talk to the third person but just a just ryan absolutely not but like just you know my eye. Therere fits magic fashion to say he's going to stay in sticking the true form of my career i than test positive for coke. At like three days later he was ryan. Fitzpatrick reportedly test positive for cova. One thousand nine hundred taking him out of sunday's huge game against the buffalo bills. It's unexpected it's unknown. You never know what's going to happen. And in that case. I was just so shocked it was crazy. I didn't really want to believe it. But what a great high and truly amazing moment for me and my team in the season and for me my career to be followed up by the cova was just crazy the roller coaster metaphor ryan which has applied to all of the things you've described so far with us. i mean. does it feel fun to you. still the idea of the loop de loops. It's still amazing. It's so much fun for me in part of it is i'm an old man out there. I mean part of it. Is that like. I'm still playing a kid's game and for for whatever reason you know i feel great Mind body soul. Everything feels wonderful and that part is good but the other part. That's cool for me and it doesn't happen with a lot of. Nfl players is like i get to experience this with my kids. My kids are going to remember some of these moments. You know my kids are gonna remember going to all the home games the last few years and being able to experience all that with me and i just that part of it is something that really keeps me going. I'm truly trying to teach them lessons through some of the experiences that i have and for them to be old enough to experience them and see them I think that is really cool. Moment for me. My career right now ryan fitzpatrick in the midst of a career that you wrote in the dirt. Thank you for making this ride so much fun to watch. It's been saw now. I appreciate you spent cool. You might have been my first fan. You are the most valuable stock that i ever unknowingly bought facebook. That's bad that's bad. It really is honestly a i'm pablo tori and this has been espn daily. I'll try to profit off of our social media dystopia.

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"marinelli" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"marinelli" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"But yeah i just thought it had such kind of fascinating residents as well. I mean it's a beautiful film is like this kind of goals. Equality of light is so stunning and everything about it is so timeless like at times it seems to be taking place like one hundred years ago and at times. It seems to be in the eighties. But that for me just kind of built this like kind of sisyphean hellish well. But he's in where he's kind of doomed to like continually struggle and time doesn't really mean anything and you'll just work to get the things that you want but then when you get them you hate them yet i. It had a lot of had a lot of i really loved it. I just kinda spent ages thinking about like this morning. I kind of struck me just like you know. This is like the puff. Thick film expresses the kind of transition from blairite bresson brexit. Verson if you sort of have this idea about like everything's about pull you'll self up from you'll bootstraps and like you know. Social mobility is like the most important thing that it's a very short walks kind of neo-fascism and like yeah. There's just so many lands to unpick with us. I really loved it and so sort of subtly. Effortlessly intriguing is a film. As you say. David has all of this archive footage. Colorized footage that comes from varying periods of history. Likewise the music seems to be very late. Seventies eighties synth disco at times and then luca marinelli himself feels like a man out of time. It's amazing thing that a man who looks like that exists because he does seem like. He's stepped off the page of of jack london adventure novel from the nineteen ten to twenty thousand things sort of big barrel broad chest beautiful face. It's no surprise that he then was cast in the old guard as somebody who'd been centuries old. Blessed put some schools on this. David what goes. Would you give martin. Well i'd probably. I'd probably give it an anticipation for because i as sad i. I was really excited to see this director. After having seen lost and beautiful so many years ago and i'm i'm now excited to see whatever it is he's done he's done all doing next So yeah i'd probably give it a four in anticipation. Maybe i'd give it. Fives that she. I think it's like i think one of the things about it. I think interesting. I and i think is a film. That's probably gonna especially because of all the delays and the fact that it's come out in all these other territories before is that a it. Might you know. I think on the on the surface. It might look like so of fairly standard issue literary adaptation like vintage set in the boss blah blah blah. But it's it's i think it's one of those an end in a way it kind of does deal in in. It doesn't speak in that language a bit but like is doing so much other stuff as well it. There's a real kind of confidence to it where it kind of say toys with time and place and and politics and and metaphor and all this kind of stuff. So i like you know. It's just it's just a really really rich film. But done you know. The richness is delivered in a radi soto and satisfying way goes. Would you give him a. When i was working on the bank issue little white lies i as she transcribed an interview with the director and he was just so interesting to listen to you so i was probably five coming in because i was really fascinated to kind of finally see what he had been talking about and then before enjoying it like you know. I think it was beautiful. The acting was lovely. But then really retrospect it became a fifa me. Because i just there was so many kind of lay as that. I could have teased out thinking about it afterwards. Yeah very impressed by it yet. Very impressive with same here force across the board for me. But i think this is one the on rewatch because of those elements that are so rich. As you said. David i think this could go to a five on a rewatch but listen. Let us know what you think. That's a strong recommendation from three of vermont's in eden and bits of recommendation for black widow to if you're finding that sorts of film let us know what you think at l. relies on twitter or.

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"marinelli" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"marinelli" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"Too many times. But when i am when i am by on beverages every night all of a sudden that i sound like doors ron. I'm a video of it unless you want to do right now for the people i feel like you should. I have done not have enough liquid courage that i can do. You know rendition for you okay. let's hear it. What tag is ivan junkie. I we went to lsu ut game and we all know how that ended up three sheets to the wind at that point. It was very liquid. We were all liquidated Basically i ask. Because i knew i was sitting by derek eagleton's house like i should be on better behavior but i i started i drink. Watch the game. The white clause told you otherwise. The game i was having great vinson. I drink water. She walks up to me at this tailgate. We're at and i don't know what i was doing. Besides i don't know being dumb and does this meeting everyone in their moms and being like let's be best friends yet and she does this ed or zahran impression and i just was. I was slain. I was deceased. I was i was not ready me in. The white cloud said it with our whole chest so like that. Was that what i gave you right. There was nothing but listen. I know my team didn't win day but that moment itself was a victory for thank you all right. Well you know. Yeah yeah yeah number. Three i digress. Yeah you're up it me okay. Let's see number three. I have the strip sack of drew brees in the twenty eighteen matchup whenever you say strip sacked. I always think of strip sack. Mila when von miller in that strip poker so. I'm glad that you have will not dirty mind. So where's your brain. My gal apparently strip poker. I don't know and fulfilling some of our listeners are not complaining but continue it was. I was like reliving this moment. I looked at a couple of different like breakdowns of it. And i think the best one was drew. Brees sack party gives cowboys chance you view. That reminds you anything about how that game went like everyone was getting a piece of the pie. They're like we were out here. Knocking over drew brees that they woke up and they were like today is the day i hit some bitches and eli led the charge on that for sure. Well it was cool too. Because i mean this is the game again. We feel like we stand a lot of people because to ers as individuals podcast. I want everyone to win. It was dalton schultz's verse first touchdown of his career The the saints were like unstoppable. Right i think they're averaging thirty seven point nine points or something like that. I was reading You know per per game in offense in and they had won the ten straight in this no one could do anything about it and again de la that week was like on and lo and behold not only does the defense like have a fucking game like they're like nah were like we. Don't care sean. Payton we literally do not care that you are sean payton. You're incredible and you're gonna go down in history not tonight. They held him to one hundred and seventy six yards. And that's literally the fewest yards. They've ever been held to since two thousand one but it was just like it was it was just like a next level out of left field performance and as we all know like this even it this was. This was the rod marinelli days so they definitely had their moments in time. That were the positive. But this defense is struggled you more consistently than ny instead of have a performance like this against a team like that was just kind of legendary will and if you think about think the fourth quarter speaking of people we stand like randy gregory was he was having a game they were just they were going off. They were in rare form for how they were at that point And just brandy gregory. His third sack of the day. So crazy He stripped the ball and demarcus lawrence recovered it so they that brought them like up to what was twenty one fourteen which ended up being the final score de las solidified. It with a sack in like the last fifteen something like it was club dwindling down. He sealed the deal like do. I had a game in. He boosted everybody around him. It was sick nasty support for this episode comes from locker room the app. That's changing the way we talk. Sports locker room is sports. Fans dream come true. It's a live audio platform that lets you connect with other fans experts. And even the athletes themselves locker room makes it easy to start your own conversations. Talk about the latest rumors takes news and teams you care about.

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"marinelli" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"marinelli" Discussed on WTOP

"Street between Marinelli, Rhoda Nicholson Lane. You've got only a single lane they're getting by. That is against scheduled utility work. Jack Taylor. W T o p traffic. We'll check here with Lauren Rickets on our forecast. We need the rain. We're about an inch and a quarter behind for the year, but we could Possibly have some rain next Saturday. The models are all over the place on that, possibly next Monday, but that's about it. Any rain chance today we're going to be confined into Central Virginia. So sunshine today with a few clouds, Maybe this afternoon temperatures. They're gonna be in the low to mid seventies amount of the fifties. Tomorrow back into the low eighties by Tuesday afternoon, with plenty of sun mid eighties on Wednesday, with plenty of Sun Upper eighties on Thursday with sunshine continuing I'm Storm Team four meteorologist Lauren Rickets. 63 degrees in Annandale right now, 63 in college Park, and we are at 66 now and friendship Heights. Brought to you by mattress warehouse by with confidence with a one year price guarantee. Only at mattress warehouse sleep happens dot com and it's 9 41 here will 39 million families will get are getting closer to getting monthly child payments. Those payments are scheduled to begin in mid July, part of President Biden's nearly $2 Trillion coronavirus relief package, which expanded the child tax credit for one Year and made it possible to pre pay the benefits on a monthly basis. Couples Earning $150,000 or less will receive a payment of up to $300 per month for each child under six and up to 250 a month for Children between the ages of six and 17. Those benefits total at least $3000 you have just hours remaining now to file your taxes. The I. R. S extended the traditional tax filing deadline to give taxpayers an extra month.

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"marinelli" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"marinelli" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"marinelli" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"marinelli" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

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"marinelli" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"marinelli" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"The world familiar Welcome back you'll listening to the boston. From the game. Dim in three the rise of digital intendo three s composed by mitsuhiro.

"marinelli" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"marinelli" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"I mean maybe maybe we bad because they interrupted. You're you're really good. Joke was trying to get torque. Show trust me. The joke was not that good anyway. You want us to blood pact. You just that we do a deep cuts and of course. That's very subjective to whoever's listening but what was about deep cuts like what what's your you towards twenty to share that kind that that those tracks with us and it because two minor staying deep cut by webster's definition is a incision that goes beyond the layer. The top layer of the skin. So i i've been very perplexed. This whole of what the heck was he talk of the buffs. Will if you all are podcast. I figured you know some of the those hidden. Gems and gems your. You'll probably stab yourself in the screwdriver. If you have to hear a mega man wiley one one more time. Yes i have actually. That's why i got these glasses or corrective. You'd be surprised how many times i can stop myself. In the you'd be surprised how often we'll go to and have some shows where we listened to like maybe like a quote unquote crowd pleasers more mainstream music and so much of it is so good for a reason you know because it's just excellent music. It's excellent excellent. it's composed very well and it. Sounds great but parral the but i always buffers mega man to wiley one for the reasons specifically that even though i agree in that there's a reason why it's you know so well overplayed the downsize when those overplays shadow other stuff that deserve just as much credit. Would they kind of get ignored. Because like someone's like okay. Here is mega man to while he one on a ukulele on soda cans and an empty container. The has three xs written on side. Have you heard me. Are you heard mega man. One when they me a while he went on spoons. Actually i do wanna get like two million hits on soundcloud. Y'all dischord cutting out the we saw it live so it doesn't matter you got the we got the real that's for us. That's for. I gotta buy local recordings. I'll edited and some spirits off. I am sure. I have spoons samples that might be the ones that don't listen and videos earlier so i'm sure someone's got some spillover judgments all right okay yum alright so we let's get into some tunes And you talk about how we discovered them like for me. I really like getting into this. Because i get to kind of go back and remember like arcade music that i really enjoyed when i was younger. Because i feel like especially with arcade. How stupid but with arcade musically he kind of hear it. But then you don't really hear it until you download the soundtrack.

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"marinelli" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"marinelli" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

"And now we're going to hear from gus bradley. After his press conference took place on tuesday and he spoke about some phase. Expect -tations of this raiders. Defense the style that you should see is a team that plays with great effort. Great enthusiasm great toughness and adidas a place. Smart that that is arkie. That's the style when people talk now if you to set a wha what is our non-negotiables that is fast physical. And we've got to find a way to get the ball and We gotta sit up opportunities for the offense score them possessions and you know every call that we design is really whether even if it's just three d you say or man coverage we want the players have the mindset that every every call that we have is designed to get the ball and it's very important the communication that take place within the defense. We're going to add defense. We're going to be very multiple but not the expense that we don't play fast. That's first and foremost. What is your blandford forgetting. Some of these players clear. Farrell damodar net trayvon. Jonathan abraham up to speed that next level. Well i think first and foremost to build but obviously the staff freak. The staff has has done here. You're great job with fundamentals and things like that and then you involve a note new system when i would say it is a system now we have in place and those things. That are negotiable. But we also don't wanna players to be robots. There's things that we do that we feel strongly about and it's really based on fundamentals and things like communication fundamentals saqlain guys get off upfront but the defense align so there's some non-negotiables like that is an exciting defense to play and i would say that the players will be very excited to be part of it. Because they're they know that they're gonna have the billion of play fast and i think is our job as coaches is really to evaluate the players and then put them in position to where they can make plays and like. I said for me to be fair to the players. That's gonna take place the next month or so you know. We're going to be heavy in tuned to it. I'm excited about a guy Coach rod marinelli is going to be a part of the staff and he was another big reason why this was so important..

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"marinelli" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"marinelli" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Uh, Whoever comes here would be Governor measure. Well, whatever. This is a football town. Obviously not. I love their baseball, hockey and basketball, too, at times, but Lines forever. Good. This place would be going crazy. So we have that going on the field. Not depending on what the new general manager. That's another issue. Besides that do with Matthew Stafford. Let's say they keep before you're too They have a Good quarterback. He's polarizing here because he only three and playoff games thinks it's only been 23 playoff games. He's played here, You know, since 2009 Um, show's shows part of it that But look at the Plus that you have a good quarterback offensively in a pretty good tight end. Robinson line is bad. Receivers, the problems that holiday right now a free agent. But that you're inheriting like explanations and one of the worst defense has ever had. They got a great kicker. A great pursued me. Great hunter Greater didn't have a good year. So Jack thought that unsigned free agent prices on the best hunters in the NFL. And they're also getting you know. Historically, we hope um we in place for senior Martha Ford's daughter Show for Hamp will be less patient but historically The great organizational work for because they're very patient. They're loyal. They're good people. They just don't know how to hire the right people. To win. It seems like the attractiveness of this job is a five year deal for a whole lot of money. Stony Mike Stone here with May Getting ready to make our final selection in the coaching carousel Stone. He's done a great job for a long time hosting. Morning. Drive on the ticket, All right, you're on the clock, my friend. What do you got? Well, you love Ally you. It's weird because you know the last coach Patricia was a defense of coach. Rod Marinelli was a defensive coach Jim Schwartz was a defensive coach. From Caldwell's announces coach. He was okay. He was good, but you know we've got I don't think you could go to the next.

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Tara VanDerveer's Legacy Goes Beyond The Court

The Lead

06:50 min | 2 years ago

Tara VanDerveer's Legacy Goes Beyond The Court

"Will soon after beating pacific on tuesday. Stanford's tara vanderveer became the winningest head coach in women's college basketball history. What did she have to say about that accomplishment after the game she really downplayed it for so long and because this has been an inevitability for so long this was supposed to happen during the installation tournament march right so she's had her time to prepare for when this milestone would have happened it all continued to get pushed back and cancelled so she's had time to contextual is a this is special because of i think the magnitude of that many wins like you never go into coaching. I never thought we'll. I'm gonna try to win a thousand games or anything like that but this is special. I mean having currently the number one team you know being undefeated planning and i will never forget this. I think she was able to really lead into it more. And i think going forward. It'll start to hit her. She kind of joked about she swims every morning today. She finally go in the pool in it would be seeking in. I thought about today when i was swimming. I said you know. I hope we do play. Well i hope you know the record is set and going to be in the pool tomorrow. I'm going to be the same person. Vanderveer surpassed the leap pat summitt to claim this milestone. What kind of relationship do these two legendary coaches share. It was special. You know. I think it really came out. Because in the early nineties tara had made this promise to jennifer if she went to stanford they play at tennessee at least once and that became a twenty five year series because they enjoyed the competitive aspect of it more than anything. She helped me get better as a coach. Because you had to really work hard to prepare and we lost more games than we won against interstate. The enjoyed having to brilliant minds with really talented players going back and forth every single year. And even yesterday tara talking about how. She's hoping that pets looking down on earned smiling we were friends and obviously competitors. She would tell me tire your teammates rebound better. I think all in all you know she had great passion for the game. And i think she sees that with me she was a great mentor and a great friend and i think she'd be proud of us. So that relationship between the two of them was incredibly strong and then even between the two schools gotten incredibly strong zaqueu recently spoke with the number of women who played under vanderveer across her forty two years as a head coach. I what did some of these players tell you about her coaching style. I spoke to aid tucker who is one of towers longest tenured assistance before she retired just a couple years ago and she was talking about kind of value of repetition. Here strong believer repetition for not only are you covering the fundamentals but you cover the same thing over and over and over and then once you've got protection. If you continue to do it again you will become an expert in that task. i think some people think. Don't you have another drill for this or can't we do something else today. But you know. I think you know in hindsight. That's how you build your habits. It'd be doing something over and over. I spoke to jayne appel marinelli dealer day about tara and one of the things she said was it can matter who we were preparing for. We're going to prepare the same exact way every single time that every single day and i mean there were games where we knew. The teams plays better than they knew that. If from that she took that like you can't really be Over prepared as long as you know what's going to happen and you're the best situation for that you're going to succeed over over over to kind of realize like my my life at home with my kids and my husband. My work life my life with friends. I mean every single aspect. I feel like a prepared for and i've thought through. Okay here's option a option b. option so i thought that was kind of poignant is just those life lessons they'd come just from playing basketball are practically applied other portions of her everyday existence on zach rosalyn gold on wednesday who is now a broadcaster actually told you a pretty funny story about how she was. Unable to escape vanderveer's coaching even after her playing days were done. Can you tell us what ross told you about that. It's funny because she had just gotten into broadcasting was just doing game for one of the first times in her career and stands up back at stanford right so tara gives her a call and says hey. You're on campus. Come down to the office on my god. What i thought i was done with this sits down and puts on video and we're looking at a game that i'm calling the broadcaster and she starts going through the game and it's just watching the game minute by minute and she stops. She's watching film like it was ten years go for started the game. We'd listened you. Like i like that rod. Apogee say that would love word the other thing like. Oh we're going to do this. Yeah like even after graduation cars. Coaching me success. And i'll say something about the election and she'll be like i can't believe you're talking about shots. She is somebody who stays so president or blair's lives that she wants him to succeed. She wants to do as well as she can. And this is just a little bit of tar that she could lend in this situation to say. Here's how you can do better. And i want you to succeed. Tara been in the public eye for over four decades now so a lot of fans might feel like they know her really well but some of her former players shared with you aspects of her personality. That many people might not be familiar with. Were there any anecdotes in particular. That stood out or surprised. You you know there were. And i think we only really scratch the surface on somebody whose sole multifaceted so fascinating but one of the things i thought was really funny was neck. Oh k. had mentioned the situation where they were practising and maples pavilion at their home. Arena right before they were supposed to begin. Play in the final four and tar would prepare by like lasting music over over the speakers in maple wants them to be familiar with the idea that you're going to be in a situation where you're going to be playing in front of nineteen thousand people screaming their lungs he would do that. Enhance obviously our focus our concentrations but most importantly our communication because it ended up so that we were in arenas here each other thinking blessing his music and she usually blasts like michael jackson. Whatever it might be from the eighties nineties. And suddenly she turns over and she starts blasting who left the dogs out and all the players are kind of laughing. It's kind of awkward kind of out of character and some spontaneous and she would start dancing and it was just it was really funny. Like in the middle fact is dancing. You know in those theories when you're trying to go through four. I remember all the time. She has a sense of humor. That just doesn't always translate publicly but it's very dry and very very sarcastic and because she can be so hope and his so approachable. Her players always loved her

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Dallas Cowboys Offensive Line In Flux Due To Injuries

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

05:20 min | 2 years ago

Dallas Cowboys Offensive Line In Flux Due To Injuries

"Have lots of talk about as it relates the cowboys I just what I think of this team this year and the expectations after Jerry Jones finally made the gutting decision that led to Jason Garrett showing up the building every day with a binder underneath his arm and dutifully hoping that he would. Get a stay of execution cowboy fan celebrated not only the draft pick a CD lamb but a coach was skins. Mike McCarthy hasn't exactly translated into the season that they had hoped for, and we're expecting some of it has to do with injuries bobby and we'll get to those in a second but a lot of teams are having to deal with injuries this year. Yeah. I, mean, the team the cowboys have up here the browns they've got a lot of injuries to deal with I. Mean The seahawks had you know a lot of patchwork stuff that they were doing last Sunday against the cowboys and so injuries are an excuse they're not necessarily a good excuse though for this cowboys team I think they, they definitely are missing some guys. They probably feel a little bit like we're not gonNA know who we are for real until probably mid October when randy gets reinstated fully you get hopefully late and vander aeschbacher. Corner start getting healthy so. It may be a situation where the cowboys are kind of you know we're GONNA fight and we're GONNA get as best we can until we get healthy and that's not necessarily an excuse that they're giving. It's just this is the way it's gotta be, and we kind of make do a little bit because they are decimated in the secondary. They've had issues at linebacker they've you know had the issues along the offensive line they lost jar when they're starting tight end and So I, mean they've definitely. Had those issues the thing that they don't want. You, you can't really do anything about injuries. You just adapt as best. You can the thing they don't want his they can't have. Three drops and you know two and a half yards per touch from Zeke Elliott. They can't have Jalen Smith missing tackles consistently and still be sixty million dollar guy they can't have. Dak Prescott turning the ball over. They need to have him protecting the ball. They can't have you know some of these. Occasional Amari Cooper focus drops. You expect injuries you deal with those. What you can have is all of that and then along in the secondary, you can't have guys just making really low I q reads and busted covered just stuff that doesn't seem to be a factor of trying to learn a new defense. This just seems like flat out low I q stuff of not recognizing who's assignment is who's You know I think back to Jalen Smith's comment to a about. Throwing it out through a little bit. Maybe they need to simplify the playbook if our fans aren't familiar with that one, let's play that one real quick. People, find beams the defense could innocent the group. Absolutely. Absolutely. I. Believe. Allowing more allowing US more opportunities to Hound in on what? We're actually going to run in in our game plan. I believe it's important. That each and every player knows in and out what they have to do. With a smaller playbook, you you know gives us better opportunity to do that. And like I said this about as growing each and every week. On coaches are the same page, the players on the same page and we're just trying to do whatever it takes to get that much better. Each and everyone is that players that aren't capable of learning the playbook or is it possibly too complicated? I don't know but I, got to tell you for all the people that wanted Rod. Marinelli Outta here have been overly impressed with Mike Nolan's defense. Again, injuries are an issue, I mean you lose Gerald McCoy loosely Van Deresh. You lose your to starting Corner Anthony Brown, and Lucy, but even they were healthy in that first game. I didn't think this team look that good. No, and you know it's again it's one of those things where not even a mention he's been healthy for the season but Jordan Lewis missed all the camp. I. Sale. Yeah. Exotic Woods was a big part of your problem last Sunday against the seahawks but I think overall everybody's got to step up. You know it's funny. We had Had the funny line during training camp. When asked him do you think about opting out at all and he said, Nope, contract to your baby and there's a lot of guys back there right now in contractors Jordan Lewis Cheeto you've got exertive your woods is another one. And it's fascinating that they're seeming to have these issues not just with again, the adjustment or or or skill players opposite them it's they're just dropping the ball in terms of. Knowing really basic fundamental stuff that that should have been all ironed out already and and you can say, maybe that's a a an issue with you didn't have some of the same lead up time or some of the same work that you would normally get but everybody had those same sort of issues and and not everybody is having these same sorts of just busted coverage touchdowns. I. Think there's four already on the year that were just left wide open by somebody not knowing an assignment including three last week against the

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NYC officer accused of making guns, selling them to criminals

Generation Bold

00:36 sec | 4 years ago

NYC officer accused of making guns, selling them to criminals

"A New York City police officer facing six felony charges for allegedly making guns and then selling them to criminals. Greg Marinelli is an officer with the city's department of environmental protection police, and he was arrested on Thursday after state police and ATF agents found parts and tools to make guns at his home north of New York City that includes a fully automatic rifle. Police say he sold the untraceable guns, the motorcycle gangs and others with convictions that prevented them from owning firearms. Legally, Maryland Lee is now being held in the Orange County jail.

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