17 Burst results for "Matrouh"

"matrouh" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

03:28 min | 2 weeks ago

"matrouh" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"I'm gabby coveted. I am one obvious. Guatemalan cousins. i'm actually the one who went to guatemala. With bobby and eight all the delicious foods that he came back and talked about on his part. One of his podcast I just wanna say thank you for everything you have done with Lunch especially sharing our guatemalan culture and basically all the stories of our family which is very cool to be able to tell people. Yeah that's my cousin. Also wanna thank you for all the inspiration you have given me through the are in your podcast. you've always been my number one inspiration to do what i need to do to pursue my art which autograph Told you that before. But i wish nothing but the best for you and thank you for everything you hello. Hello hello forty five. This is wendy. A k mrs future. Wendy favila a kao cousin I just wanted to say that. I am so thankful and so grateful for you and bobby lethal in creating something so magnificent that everybody could go ahead and talk about and rave about such as the knows who lunch It is definitely magnificent. Show listen to it every every day. I can't believe that you're in your one. Eighty ninth episode already. I am so grateful for you guys. You guys definitely cracking up. All my episodes. I must say my favorites But overall i wish you the best of luck and i love you allow lasser. You're standing yet. The body mccoubrey measurement. They get a some weird we also did all pass located aloe the me get therapy at team of a lethal show. The latinos who launched show general the reset entered an immune tho-. They went to more than for my sione. Can i send me. Hope panther recess to miss a karen Gracia's would have got the failures. Corinthians for a rotel. Matthew andre gimmick seat when eliza sale motions lead if they moved show with reuters projectors. I think we went to keep all their hands. Who does is them for that. The miko the kid on shingle. You can see him whereas komeito. Let's look at the policy that is call and thala gada took it. Emma matrouh quit at the low end biggest. Emp my a so yvan garcia so familiar digestion. I just wanted to say You're awesome man. Love what you do loved you know being able to. Sometimes you kind kinda put this together for the things together for the podcasts. Hearing you and stuff. So i wish you the best and everything else future endeavors and right. I'm a man. I love jeff. Gordon hi ni. no i'm sorry Show is over.

Wendy favila Matthew andre Gordon Emma matrouh gabby coveted guatemala jeff Eighty ninth episode wendy eliza One yvan garcia komeito eight thala gada miko guatemalan one Corinthians podcast
"matrouh" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

The Essential Oil Revolution

07:40 min | 8 months ago

"matrouh" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

"All right. . I'm here with Amy Galloper. . Who's a nationally celebrated Essential Oil Educator Advocate Entrepreneur formulator and consultant with over twenty years in the Beauty Space Amy teaches empowers and inspires others to use essential oils with a holistic approach that starts with mindfulness and reflection and leads to total well being amy was on my show back episode one nineteen to talk about. . Oil and plant powered beauty, , but for this episode and really excited to focus more on the deeper more advanced knowledge around essential oil chemistries. . So I'm super blessed to have you here on the show us today amy, , how are you? ? Well, , thank you for inviting with Samantha I'm very honored to be here. . I love talking about essential with us. . This is great. . Thank you for including me I'm excited to geek out with you wait well before we got on this call we. . Were talking a little bit about masks sprays. . So before we get into chemistry have to like, have , you share with my audience, , what you're doing with mask sprays that these days? ? Well, , I've been using both the disposable, , and then some cloth masks, , and obviously the best thing to do is to have a cloth mask and wash it after you know every day if you use it like for an eight hour day, , it's recommended that you wash it and in between if you. . Work and you take it off and you WanNa kind of spray something on it to keep it clean but also to help keep you calm. . Would I've been doing is I've been using ethanol. . which is also like ever clear like high proof alcohol. . So it's about one eighty, , two, , one, , nine, , one, ninety, , , proof alcohol and I'll put let's say if I have a one ounce bottle or two ounce bottle, , I'll put half of it the alcohol, , the other half distilled water, , and then all use essential oils that I find are anti microbial antibacterial but also really relaxing and are not gonNA be too like A. . And my respiratory because remember like your mask already is covering your breathing's reading more labor than it would be usually. . So I tend to go with like you might think, , oh, , Eucalyptus would be great but honestly I try that and after breeding eucalyptus like straight, it , was just like too much. . You know what I mean so. . I find like Sitra says, , I've been using lavender I've been using mandarin grapefruit works create an i. just . do a really. . I. . Don't get too crazy because it is right up in your nose and in your mouth but I have found like that lavender's been my main. . I guess you would call it core oil and then I just lay around that. So . like I'm used lavender I've done like one tiny drop of Rosemary and men I've done like Orange Mandarin or grapefruit or maybe both orange and grapefruit with that, , and that's been kind of my Combo I've also tried to black spruce with some lavender which is Really Nice in orange. . That's also been a nice thing. . So I have something for calming and then something to just support my breathing. . So it's kind of been my bank. . Yeah, , and so you mix those oils in with a is it all hall? You ? don't put any which as our water in there? ? No no I do do which I do I do which as I have bought it at Marine could use a hiker slack Schley I've just been using distilled water basically, what , do I have like two ounces which is like what is at a quarter JAC? ? Great quarterback is two ounces. . So like two ounces of. . To fill my bottle. . So one ounce would be alcohol and you could use I guess you could use vodka I guess that's what you have, , and then you would use other ounce as water but the way I mix my essential oils in because I, , want them to kind of <hes> dissolved. . So what I'll do and I make sure that I mix everything in a glass bowl or a glass. . or a drinking glass or something, , and I'll put the alcohol first and then I'll add the essentials and since it's right up on my face in my mouth, , I really keep the dilution really low. . So only put in lake. . I don't know maybe like five to six drops of lavender seven drops of lavender needy, , and then I'll do maybe like one or two drops of Rosemary and maybe like. . Six drops of orange six drops of grapefruit or something like that or maybe Al divide those in half due for of. . For of great for you and then I'll fix stat in the alcohol. . Make sure that it's all really well blended and then all slowly pour in distilled water and then I pour that mix it up, , stir it, , and then I pour that a my bottle put US spray bottle I'll shake the bottle and then what I do is I hold my mask up and I spray in the inside of the mask and the outside, , and then I wave the Basque around just to light it, , let it air out a little. . Bit and then I'll put it on. . So it's not like too intense on my face. . Does that make Santa whole sense thank you so much for walking Mike Beyond walking step-by-step through that was so helpful because I keep seeing this around I'm like, , okay. But . what exactly are you doing with this and that was so helpful but I'm curious what do you really feel like mixing the essential wheels with the alcohol I like mixing it with a whisker some pain helps it versus just pouring in like shaking it all day. . Yeah actually I do because once essential oils in water don't really mix very well whereas the essential oils will dissolve them alcohol really really well, , another thing you could do you don't even put it in a glasses maybe fill your bottle right halfway with the alcohol. . Then add your essential oils, , put the lid on it, , shake it, , and then add the water to kind of top it off that would. . Be Good like that's another thing and the alcohol to is helps just killing some of the germs in addition to helping it's more about the germ thing. . Do you know 'cause we're breathing right out of our mouth also, , there's obviously things that we want to be aware of their to absolutely fix. . So that's how I think doing that procedure will just make the oils like dissolve better into the extra. . Perfect awesome episode over that was great now Katie. . We. . Talked about some chemistry. . That was perfect I. . That can you explain I wanna get into some some chemistry here and get really deep into the different kinds of molecules and That make up essential oils like how do you sort of categorize these in your brain? ? Well, , as we know, , essential oils are composed of many many different molecules and chemical constituents. . You said, , some have upward of two hundred different components and others just have maybe one or two. . You know something like Eucalyptus or lemon. . You know they're primarily just made up a one or two or three different chemical constituents, , different molecules, , and it's important here that I just say 'cause I know we talk a lot about like you know chemicals are bad chemicals a bag here we're talking about chemicals being like what? ? In nature like what we understand as like the structure of molecules, , and what we understand is chemical compounds that are existing in nature that are made up of atoms like oxygen and carbon

Cyprus Ivana Jasmine Octavia L Tanya Geranium Royal Hawaiian Sandal Young Levin Matrouh Karya Copa Eba Londer Elaine Moore
"matrouh" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"matrouh" Discussed on Mixergy

"If you really one music to be a job that makes money for you because if it's going to be a hobby is different. But if you want, so it'll be the same. I mean you're saying to know what you're doing. And, and yes, if you're building start up. You can't like afford to to I mean, it's a release of shrunk commitment, and that it's just you had to see the vision. It's not I didn't have money as a child. This is my would have money. I had no meaning as a child is my would have. Meaning no, it's just I'm an artist. I happened to pick this business world. My canvas, I'm not gonna stop until I see the painting through. That's it. Okay. Talk about then the time when you guys nearly went bankrupt. I see you do have charisma. I see it in your eyes when you came in here. I felt like I don't know this guy looks like he's the energy was different then when I ask you, some provocative questions. Your charisma came out, and I don't think it's coming through in the audio even the video that we're recording. This probably not gonna go anywhere because I don't think we can capture that. But it's in your eyes. Do you notice that do? Right. You know, when got it okay talk about the time when you were when you almost lost it all, when you couldn't. Monitoring to salting before and, and some retail any magical something eighty two investment banking project. And so, I re- counted everything for the roadshow and how much money I needed to open Colombia, Mexico by miss my estimates for twenty percents two hundred thousand dollars. So I sold carfully was not going to be as good as I thought. Okay. And so, yeah, they need to raise money again. Well, so going around and big deal. And so we find investor actually Matrouh national that the bought twenty six percent of the company, topper, two thousand twelve the thing is that, well, the negotiation to, like a lot more time expected, I think a months and really the last month of things Asian, it was really, we were going bankrupt, and it was actually pretty stressful. I mean. We survived that. But that's another approve of. I mean how did you leave you're committed you? I should had quit before but we win two years. And but it was really tough. And you couldn't pay salaries that, that month if we didn't close, we hadn't close the deal, if we're involved, but you'd never miss the sound. And we never that close. But it was really closed goes, I got the sense in talking to you before we started. This was so stressful. It took a toll on your health, too. Like did you get shingles? Did you get sick some? How do you feel like there's damage that even happened temporarily physical? Well, you get a little be when you can get depressed. I mean you got some if it's continue stress for a long time. Mean yes, of course it's a little bit there for you. Well whilst wanna. You know, but you have friends you need to have a network to support you and that's also what your test because. When you need your friends and girlfriend and your family to know what you're doing. And the understand you, they can support U N will. And at the end ones you fail. Well, it's a big deal you can start again, but you really need to mean hard and do your best on the end. Metro I know them they create these newspapers that you get for free. I think in New York when you come out of the train that's their model. That's mull. Yes. And it's full of news stories with advertising, and it's had at based. Yes, yes. And they belong to Kim, which is actually a big holding and the this incomers I think the connection to you well, new, I think, well. The. In this time, what the they have these daily deal business for in Mexico and Chile. And, and the try to enter the day or they'll business because they Ford was a advertisement. Business will actually more ecommerce business and they were they saw it was really hard to operate. It was not under so close of, of their mobile, so they started fine partner..

Mexico Ford Kim partner Colombia New York Chile two hundred thousand dollars twenty six percent two years
"matrouh" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"matrouh" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The hockey playoffs. And I'm not gonna sit here. Look I've been on this network now in and out for levels in and out doing part time stuff for five years, but I've had this spot since twenty fifteen and I can tell you without a shadow of a doubt. No baseball, no hockey because it I like to talk to in the started with the Stanley Cup playoffs. I get a full Bank colors. The it people would just feel like I don't follow it. I don't know it and even major league baseball baseball. You talk about local level because your bullpen guy came in the seventh inning with the basis loaded and the sabre Matrouh shin said you're supposed to throw guy who's lift handed hitter. A one to curve ball. And. Yeah, I mean, you get into the. Mind numbing of people who are like doing scorecards, and then reciting them on the radio for crying out loud. Like that that stuff loses people. For most. It's about the big stars hill to the Washington Capitals. Heart become such a big story last year. It wasn't just because they won the cops or it was because athletics. Ovechkin broke through and won the Cup. And I think what Gary did was tying in make a similar point network. I think in the playoffs won Cologne lists. It is the truest of Cinderella's like with the final full or Moyal.

baseball hockey Washington Capitals Matrouh shin Ovechkin Cup Gary five years
"matrouh" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"matrouh" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"So I moved it. And I would like put it on my neck and then get like a cooler part that had been exposed to the air moved around until it was really used up. I also noticed I sat up at one point during this. And I noticed the actual machine that runs this sweats leaf and it had three different temperatures. And then a time remaining counter and the three temperatures would be between seventy and seventy three and they would each like sort of go up and down as I moved around. So it was monitoring something inside the bag, and I know that the feels a lot higher than seventy three. So maybe it was an infrared calibration instead of Matrouh. Richer, whatever it's measuring. It's not the inside of that bag. Well, yeah, what I wondered if you turned a heater on two seventy three. But traps the air, you would get way more than seventy three degrees inside. Right. So under if that was like, that's the output. But then you trap it, and it becomes ever more dense because I mean, we're all what ninety eight degrees around there. So that's affected, especially because we're in the world's most enclosed environment. So yeah, that was interesting now one of the claims on their website is that one of the things that melted away or your fats? They become Salyut ball at one hundred fifteen degrees. And so I was thinking those reading that. Are they expecting us to get to one hundred fifteen degrees because that's lethal core temperature. I wouldn't be surprised if the bag itself was one hundred fifteen. Yeah. Yeah. Because as they were taking me out. I was touching a surface that that was going to burn me. If I look at hand, they're totally took your arms out toward the end. Yeah. So it said in the intro video that you watch that you can remove your arms still get the benefits. But nothing else you can't like just open it up. So maybe the last ten minutes or so I had my left arm out. I should have done that. Oh, yeah. Well, anyways, as Elon was saying, I was like just breathing. It was like a thing like reminding myself to breathe breathe deeply, okay? I can get through this only way out is through all of these lessons from the past coming back out. And I just kept thinking that last fifteen minutes felt interminable. They gotta come. Now. It's been at least as long as the previous to check ins. No, no, they're still not here. Where are they? Come back. Yeah. I started experimenting with which was it in retrospect feels a little silly. But I thought actually remember thinking to myself. Okay, dogs cool themselves down by panting. So what if I try to pant bother anyone everyone's wearing headphones? I'm the only one not wearing headphones and Ross's panting. Anyway. So I started trying to go. Did not work. I think it's because dogs. Don't sweat bull. They sweat through to their tongue in there yet. Right. It did not work. But I did try to I did feel foolish. Panting for about a minute and a half ahead and watch a movie because you'll lose your mind. If you don't you're just exactly. I thought it was handing dog imagining balls on your forehead all happening. And then go the pasta should not have taken me to this insisted that I watch everybody loves, Raymond. But I must say the worst thing for me was the smell, it smelled like mildew, which I did not notice. Yeah. We were both less attuned to the smell. But when I got home car told me. Yeah, you smell. I had no one at home to greet me. Fortunately, Malary's book tour..

Richer Raymond Elon Matrouh Salyut Malary Ross one hundred fifteen degrees seventy three degrees ninety eight degrees fifteen minutes ten minutes
"matrouh" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"matrouh" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

"Just think of Jodi. The actual like. They are beautiful people. But then you also have like this dumb ass. And what's interesting is that Trump will never acknowledge that the actual dreamers that we're fighting for our mazing people. Then here's his piece of shit. That is exactly what he is pretending the dreamers. Are he would be like, no, but he would pardon the shit out of jobs. Theresa has asked him to. And I'm sure she that last little bit on jersey Matrouh admitting that Milania through her vibrator in a lake like to some issues. That's how you punish a child like you are grounded young lady. How dare you air you badger Vander pomp, Stasi's boobs that I know we've said it, and I and I hate to to get into a woman like this. But they're so large in these tops that she's wearing man in in your face like just. Oh, it's too are heterosexual. What? Art, okay. Lansing at them. I will say here. Right saucy to be morally repugnant, but aesthetically pleasing. I think she's don't find to be kind of a basic. She's deeply basic, but there's something hot about it. She leans into it. She's just like, yes, I'm blond, and I have huge boobs and an amazing body and a horrible attitude of horrible. It's just like if I'm past that phase of my life. But in my twenties, I would've dated the shit out of her. Absolutely, not lying. I find Lalla. Into LA LA very long show or fucking hot on when I heard about LaLa Arjan. We. Here on the front like shaking and sweating. It was actually one of the classiest moments on the show because LA was really gonna ride or die for our yada. And not give up the secret. And I was just like look at them finally developing a moral code around sex. It went airflow proud of it. It was and I was proud of it. And I was like flick it bringing clearness it happened right in the back of that car did and Sandoval just. Why did he try and probably why? Like to like Mulholland pullover at one of those pilots and just let them do their thing. And like, maybe just take a walk. Watching the rear view, or he's just just listening to a pie that he was watching it like, I truly hope that he was watching it. But then he had the nerve to get all upset about exactly because I. Yes. And I think he wanted to join in the way men always want to join in like because they think threesomes a great idea and realize we don't need Barry and their sex life is very fraught. Yes. And so is Katie and Schwartz's he said they only have sex on month. What's yes? He said that last week. I missed that. What's why be married? That's just I just don't understand why we decide to be with one person that that's the I like regular. So do I I'm a fan of it. And the whole my husband enjoys. Look, I leave. You're being held hostage in a beautiful way. It's been really enjoys me. And I enjoy and that's nice. That's Could good. you know, it's just I was telling my girlfriend. That's the other day. I was like look I mean, everyday can be a bit much, but okay, go they're more than happy to do that. But like if we're not having not we heard I but just people in a couple if you're not having regular sex, your roommates or friends, and I have enough friends. I don't need a roommate. So either we're going to get down or not separating this from a friendship, not say exactly Mike each other. So their friendship is not. We're all are. They never got married though. We knew that. Yeah. In the woods. They come on the that was really weird because they don't seem like people who are particularly in tune with nature. So knows just like where are you coming up with this retreat situation her dress? It was horrible their wedding depressed me like in the way, they were all staying in the cabin. It just felt the most depressing Sheena shy..

Trump LA LA Sandoval Mike Jodi Theresa Schwartz Sheena shy Lansing Vander Lalla Mulholland Barry Stasi Matrouh Katie Milania
"matrouh" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"matrouh" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Primary purpose catch old if if the primary purpose of the rotating rail is to be a wheel and for the car to hang off one of the word than you are. It's true. I mean, it is the fine line between high interpret. Betson pieces on on on him on racing car. For example, you know, the break this loophole through the primary purpose of that is the primary purpose of the break. This goes to to break doesn't need those holes in it to function correctly. Yes, it doesn't goes on function correctly gets to hook. But as primary purposes there is a slob of metal. If you go back in time to break, this I been invented it was a solid breakfast still brick breakfast. And so we got the situation I were Mercedes put some holes three between the axles such and the and the wheel to try to move some air through there too low. The the temperature from the bricks not through the accident of the Whalen Magnus Musk's of hate mass absorb the heat. But I personally believe that it's you know, they're they're affecting Joe Matry. You don't changing it. You know, when is a lightning whole, not not function. If we more more holes in the wheel for for Dr starts of the wheel just because it takes some wailed. But you can have them is that it's not it doesn't need it to be away. But it takes the wheel you can put the drive pigs in various different holes. So I don't know my book that affects Joe Matrouh should be alight. And anything you're doing, but of Severi ab-, Joel matab that's not movable, then that's not light. So I think that Mercedes solutions a good solution for keeping the temperature either wheel over the restoration, which is what it's for really try move some through there. So that the the Maas build up of temperature and the reminisce and the break up or the hub and the brick this doesn't influence tire pressures. So I would be all for I think it's great stuff. The comparison for Ari versus say what we'll do we think in the main differences pricey fraud? Call. Little bit more right this year site eases fraudulent increase both states deafening. Among the high rake causes perhaps exemplified by by red bull is few different approaches on biz and pieces of the cover of actually giving quite similar approach world stands out eager quiet, one of the things that priority. This year was was from last year was to go for the lower Willoughby's car more of a Mercedes direction, and they had some benefits last year, and the and the slow speed tracks Singapore, Monaco, Hungary, they were for sure they were a better car than the Mercedes and those tries last year, and they threw that way this year, we're going with a longer wheelbase me. Yeah. In the big thing with a high rate and red Bill with ones tends to get it was as basically front wing lower more rake on the car in the low spin mediums with corners because these cars, potentially the understeer and the lower speed corners. But then you want the done for Senator pressure the car to move rare words high-speed so the cardinal comfortably a little bit of understood high-speed doesn't do any harm. Just gives you the confidence. You know, what the is doing? So the high Rick solution gives you that. Because otherwise, you're doing it was stalling front wings or. Just aired moment characteristics of the cars at changes, right height..

Mercedes solutions Whalen Magnus Musk Joe Matrouh Joel matab Joe Matry Rick Dr Senator Ari fraud Hungary Willoughby Singapore Monaco
"matrouh" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"matrouh" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"But well, but was it. I mean, how far did it push? I mean beyond those couple of you know, who I'm going to bet you one hundred thousand dollars at Albro to the first hole or will you take this bat. No, I will not take this bet. I mean, what did we learn then about whether the whether there are ways to integrate gambling into well, there are all sorts of like, you know, on every shot there. Odds at the bottom of the screen now, you know, who would win or who would put it on the green for sorts of things like there are people probably like gambling. Addicts just gambling the entire time on every situation. There were live odds there were there were showing on the screen that showed like real time data about how people were betting was also sponsored by a betting firm. And so this could presumably be the live betting is a thing that thing will happen, right? Or at least that league's once they get over themselves will want to happen. So they'll probably and the way to do it in a different venue. They can sort of segregate this, right? If you can do a show that has a bunch of saber Matrouh shins talking about baseball apart from the regular broadcast. You can certainly do a separate broadcast for people that are interested in the odds and live betting where the NBA or major league baseball with the NFL gets a cut. Sure. And this is it'll be a leap to do something like this on a real. Sporting event. The thing that I keep coming back to is that this was a fake event, and it had the real athletes, and they had all the hype and they wanted to make it seem as real as possible. So the betting on it could seem more legitimate. I guess, but the question is is the future of this kind of integration of gambling. Can it come to like an actual pre existing basketball game football game golf match? Or will it be segregated into events that are made for specifically made for gambling. And would those things ever be interesting to people who aren't compulsive sports bettors? Yeah. I mean, do they need to be? I mean is it is it all right to just have these things set up for the amusement of, you know, what are essentially day traders just whatever's happening out there to some exhibition just gambling off of it the whole time. Yeah. The problem is that there isn't enough traffic there if you. Using it for staged events. I mean, that's not where the money is. I mean every league is going to want to generate billions of dollars in revenue through gambling. And that is going to be the point. And if you don't do it in your regular real competition than there's no point in doing it. There's not going to be enough of this sort of stuff as a as a as a test case. Sure. But that's not the ultimate goal when I was in Vegas a while back. Now, this must have been like five years ago. I forget what casino was. But there was real time bedding and basketball like on free throws, you could bet on whether it would it would be a maker miss. And so the technology exists. The question is just mainstream network or ESPN broadcasts, integrating it into. You know, what's typically Bana totally gambling free gambling averse broadcast as a marketing mechanism. So that the kids out there. Stephan children like your daughter, we'll be watching a game and be like sports gambling. That's cool. That's what I want to do with my life is bet on Phil Mickelson making a putt on sixteen. Yeah. I mean, your kids could just be all, you know, just talking to their book the whole time when they're just watching film Mickelson. But I don't think there's ever going to happen again. So. I don't think this destroyed pay per view go let me especially since they're going to take a pretty big loss. Now that everyone's getting a refund. I would think pay per view in sports. Stephan just as fuel so scammy and media, the trends in digital trend in digital is towards giving people increasingly to pay for the product, and there's like a legitimate see that's conferred on the New York Times..

Phil Mickelson Stephan basketball baseball saber Matrouh NBA New York Times NFL ESPN Vegas golf one hundred thousand dollars five years
"matrouh" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"matrouh" Discussed on ESPN FC

"But you know, it's one thing to go and beat up poor old West Ham. It's quite another going and rip the only undefeated side remaining in Europe's big five leagues the way sawn did. With you. Listen. Stelling you Stanley. Yes. But Shiva is the mon-. This takes all together by the week signing was fantastic song. Yeah. Yeah. John McCain was grit as well. But Matrouh vich for me Cardi not team. Songa? You're not talking to hook up is about. Talking about. Talking about song perhaps instead of LeRoy Sarney given that West Ham where atrocious and they would've hand easily without sauna anyway. Whereas I thought had his best game in a very long time for Spurs and and good a really good team apart Chelsea were good. They would. They would. Church in. I'm talking about after compared to West Ham. But the point is Chelsea were good team. Taught him be beat a good team. And saw was a big part of that Manchester City wet and beat up a team. That's not quite as good and that's West Ham. You know, what I sent Stevie? I sense that guy is jealous that he did not participate in. Well, I can date next week. Rations in Brazil that I one victory power Maris's enough to say them can guarantee the league it's ten time in the spot the scenes ecstasy. Meanwhile, motions very much the other end of the spectrum eastern Clough in his areas. Over the last four to eight times supposed to be the second leg of a company of it too though. Right. Some final river taking on wherever on Saturday DACA bus attacked by the fans and inspiring man Mela you had the plans being exposed to take as they couldn't play the game yesterday. They went to plants day that will be a meeting on choose discuss. When Dave this game will be played alley. What did you make? It's sad. It's embarrassing. The eyes of the world where on one side is and river playbook juniors because people wanted to see that second leg of the final because of the history between the two clubs. It goes the rivalry because it was a game that everybody wanted to be a part of. And yet we're talking about this when he comes to this people that were throwing whatever they were throwing the buzz. These are not fans, this are criminals. This are cowards. This this is not passionate and people want to come out and say, well, this is what the rivalries all about. No. That's not what the rivalries all about. This sort of behavior is unacceptable and not only was it obvious that they should not have play the game yesterday or today. But to me, it's also obvious that there has to be consequences for this. You can't it can't just be that. We just go on. And eventually we played the game. I'm we packed this stadium and his fine. No you played behind closed, doors, and you punish. And I know they're great fans out there that. Would feel like they're missing out. Well, the truth of the matter is that you have to make a stand you have to make a point because this behavior cannot go on and it happens in Argentina, and it happens in other places in South America and being part of bosses like this that I've gone through crowds and being thrown stuff and all those things it has to stop with twenty eighteen come on man gab how to Belisce play out. We'll the match played and as Allie suggest may be behind closed doors. I think everything's in play there waiting till Tuesday..

West Ham Spurs Chelsea John McCain Europe Matrouh vich LeRoy Sarney Argentina Manchester City Brazil Allie Clough Stevie Mela South America Dave Maris five leagues
"matrouh" Discussed on World News This Week

World News This Week

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"matrouh" Discussed on World News This Week

"Matrouh is seen apparently entering the Saudi consulates just hours before has Shoji later that evening Matrouh is then allegedly outside the consul-generals home. The same one that became a key focus for Turkish investigators then seen clearing security at the airport before apparently. Leaving Turkey ABC news has been told of allegations that Saudi was killed in the consulates following a struggle that lasted eight minutes and that he died of strangulation, jeez, closest friends. Turon Kush lactic describes what he was told in multiple briefings by Turkish security officials on told me directly. The Jamaica Sergey had been killed using a Bob barrack method, and this was on the audio recording. Kush logic says those audiotapes reveal that went cuss, oh, walked into the consulates who was given a document to sign he refused and was then kill President Trump this week saying, he's not taking sides over kashogi disappearance giving cover at all with that being said, Saudi Arabia's than a very important ally of ours in the Middle East, the president, walking fine line between vowing punishment and preserving the US Saudi relationship more from ABC new senior national correspondent Terry Moran throughout the crisis. President has consistently stressed Saudi money and power. The country's critical role in the region and a big arms deal Trump negotiated. One hundred, ten billion dollars worth of military. Those are the biggest orders in the history of this country. Probably the history of the world. This Saudi seem to sense their leverage just as secretary pump was landing in Riyadh earlier this week, Saudi Arabia, transferred one hundred million dollars to the US to help pay for stabilising war, ravaged Syria. The State Department says the timing was a coincidence, but the US now pulling out of his Saudi summit billed as Don votes in the desert aimed at boosting the kingdom's global image. Treasury Secretary, Steven Mnuchin will not attend financial summit in Saudi Arabia. Next week just days ago. Mnuchin said he would be there even as high profile executives in media companies pulled out amid claims from Turkish officials that the Saudis ordered and carried out the murder of Jamal kashogi Mnuchin reversal marks the first reproach of this on east by the Trump administer. Ration- Emily row, ABC news, Washington, and President Trump on social media this week. Denying any personal business ties with the Saudis says, we hear from ABC news, chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl, the president, tweeted quote for the record. I have no financial interest in Saudi Arabia, but just three years ago, he said this Saudi Arabia, and I get along great with all of they buy apartments for me. Spend forty million fifty million supposed to dislike him. I like him very much over the years. The Saudi's have invested in several major Trump projects in nineteen Ninety-one. They bought his yacht four years later, a Saudi prince was part of a group that bought Trump's plaza hotel in two thousand one. The kingdom of Saudi Arabia reportedly bought an entire floor of Trump world tower in New York. And since he was elected, the Saudis of spent lavishly at Trump properties including dropping nearly two hundred seventy thousand dollars last year at the president wash. Into no tell near the White House President Trump at a rally in Montana this week, stumping for a congressman who assaulted a reporter. Again, here's ABC's Emily row Republican, congressman, Greg, Gianforte apologize for body slamming a reporter last year, but now President Trump seeming to make light of the misdemeanor assault at a campaign rally, Thursday night. Body slam. Arne newspaper, which that reporter works for now warning that in the aftermath of Jamal kashogi possible murder. The president's comments could invite assaults on journalists across the world. I'm willing to send the military to defend our southern border necessarily all because of the illegal immigration onslaught brought by the Democrats. Also at that Montana rally, the president threatening to close the southern border of Mexico doesn't do more to stop thousands of Central American migrants heading north Mexican government. Now, saying it will accept migrants requesting asylum, their ABC's Mary, Bruce with more Trump whipping up his supporter. Just a caravan of migrants from Honduras, make their way to the US more than three thousand people. Fleeing violence in poverty brought my caused. Because I have created such an incredible economy. I have created so many jobs. This country with you so great that everybody wants to come in..

Saudi Arabia President Trump president Saudi Trump US Trump world tower ABC Jonathan Karl Turkey ABC Steven Mnuchin reporter Montana Matrouh murder Jamal kashogi Mnuchin Bob barrack Middle East
"matrouh" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"matrouh" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"He's been girls. He's awesome. He is. He knows his stuff and ticket. We'll talk about lady on bell landing spots. We'll talk about the new. What's happened to the patriots. We'll talk about fat, Matrouh Shia, and we'll talk about how you can't tackle a quarterback in a Packers fan, made a beautiful video about that. All those things with him. We'll try and touch on that, but I, you know, the big story that kind of came out of this weekend was not that we were named checked on a FOX broadcast by Tim Brando smoke for just being up in the booth in Michigan. Tell that story just briefly. So our buddy John u bacon, who's the guy author we'll have on the show. He took us up to the booth because he knows Tim Brando who's you know? Essentially one of the greatest sort of longest running voices in college football. When I hear his voice, I think football so much so that we did an episode of cheap seats report funded him and he had a great hit. A great sense of humor about it. Just like floor wax. It's why love this guy. Florax turned all of our hilarious. What I think is hilarious. Jibes into like friendly, what you do to give your wishes Brando did as well. And so we come up in the booth beg like you wanna go up to the booth. See Brando middle of the broadcast fourth quarter at the fourteen and a half minute Mark Michigan scores a touchdown. They're going to break and Brando says on air. It's, you know, Spencer Spencer Tillman, it's become a who's who in the booth here the Sklar twins, which kept going Sklar twins, which made me feel like we're seven years old. The scar twins, the EPA hosts of cheap seats on ESPN. He said, they're here, Dan, dear. You know, McCaffrey loves it. The touchdown, Dan, dear enough. Loves at the Sklar twins. John bacon is going to write a book about it. It was really funny. Got a lot of last and he was so and then he came out and saw her stand up show later that night, which sacked cl- am bought merch, oh my God. Thank you to everyone who came out and saw the shows. We just did Harbaugh's podcast. We'll have him on the podcast you that Dan dear door of Dan euro is gonna hall of Famer. Saint Louis guy grew up in canton, Ohio, which is where a mom grew up. It went to Michigan. We have so many connections with Deardoff. We'll talk about that. But I think the story of the week was really Tiger Woods and the fact that tiger won his first tournament since two thousand thirteen I believe. And obviously, really in this season of Tigers sort of making strides towards winning tournament leading the British Open on a Sunday down the stretch really had a shot at the PGA in Saint Louis until Brooks kept good. Just went off the pay all tiger on them. But this was his first tournament. Any leads the lead on Thursday. Let on Friday lead Saturday, took an on home on Sunday in old school. Tiger form you kind of wavered at the end had a couple of bogeys on fifteen sixteen or sixteen seventeen many. And then he nailed the putt raised his arms and started crying because you know, he knows the journey. He made Randy. He knows how far had to. He came from that bed and I'm not talking about hospital that I'm talking about a bed with a woman who worked at Perkins. That's nobody came back from a long, long, long, long time off from being a top leaderboard in control in charge. He knows the journey he made and how people said it would be impossible with back fusions and whatnot. You know, I think we cannot under sell what a huge accomplishment it is. I think at the same time we cannot say Tigers back. No, yeah. I think it'd be premature and it would be it would do a disservice to how great golf is become because of tiger. Yeah, you don't. You don't get a Brooks KEPCO cigarettes. You have a tiger. Let me ask you this who wins comeback player of the year is tiger. Or serena. A baby at an emotional baby. I think it's tiger because I think Serena, you know, Serena has Serena didn't have to come back from so far. Serena's choice to step out was voluntary and Serena's. You know, she left on top of the game. Tiger really has been down down down and for him to come back and suddenly on leaderboards and suddenly be there on Sundays..

Tim Brando Tiger Woods serena Tigers Dan euro patriots John u bacon Perkins Sklar Mark Michigan Spencer Spencer Tillman McCaffrey bell landing Saint Louis guy football Randy John bacon Harbaugh Packers Brooks KEPCO
"matrouh" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

The Sports Reporters

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"matrouh" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

"We'll take of relievers that we pitched a game and and this thing has caught on and and they have worked and they, we now have the opener and the opener pitches emitting we go, we we go to the next guy who depending on we does make pitch as many as four an. But the point is that this is the deviance from a procedure in baseball. Has been going on for a hundred and fifty years and and he's and it's working, and people are looking around and say, oh, so, but anyway, this working and I'm match Mitch. What Eric deandre we're talking about the other day, and I said, how does this work? And he laughed, and he said, well, it's pretty damn complicated, but they had discussed it over the winter and they felt that they had a bunch of young guys who they all thought qualified to be starting pitchers. But Michie said that the first time they put their actual closer. Sergio Romo out there to start a game. He said, that's when the whole thing became a lightning rod. Well, let's face it. The socks and the Yankees have have so dominated all American League talk that, you know. Good stories like Tampa and and like Oakland, which we have talked and the cartons and the cardinals. Yeah, have been diminished by and you know, invariably because we've seen this happening sports so much one of those teams going to end up winning the World Series because it always happens now. I mean that we play up the big the number one in this obvious, whether it's college football, Super Bowl or anything like that, whether it's the patriots and Super Bowl here, you'll look at the Yankees Red Sox and while they have to win. And that's exactly when one of these other teams comes out from nowhere and pulls the rug out from under him. So we encourage listeners to pay attention to the other teams that are going to be in the playoffs, even though they're not going to get attention. Now, Tampa Bay is not going to be one of them, but you know whether Cleveland does damage whether Oakland does damage with Seattle somehow surges at the end and gets in in a wildcard thing and the American League. It could end up being somebody other than Boston or New York simply because not because of the better team. It's the people because that's the way it happens. And then the National League, honestly, as much as we keep talking about what a great Yankees Red Sox season. This is this is just incredible. This pennant race here we are on the lip of September, and you've got one or two game separating five or six teams. It's, it's really, this is going to be the story because the American League's going to be settled the National League's going to be the story in September. And you know, Bob, I was talking to John Zane lock the cardinal's president baseball operations a couple of weeks ago in a row to calm about the cardinals. And I, he was evoking two thousand eleven when they went all the way after being wildcard team and makes him Bob. Here's the thing. Sometimes switching managers in season is a last resort and it sometimes it works, but more often it doesn't work. But the move from Mike Metheny to Mike shield has been profound. In Saint Louis. They are now three games behind the Cubbies. They have passed the brewers Mitch jug about fun. Mid western things that the NL central is going to be terrific. The rest of the way, Mike, I don't know how quickly. I mean, I have to really turn the camp confess to any deep knowledge of the cardinals operation. So I don't know how dramatically there has been any dramatic shift and game operation from Smith with Smith as opposed to any. But I do want to keep saying that that I know that these the Taber Matrouh the metrics guys, the poster child, that the dartboard for them was Mathie ni that they all hated Mathie. And so I think there's a lot of glee and a lot of smiles in sabermetrics metric world that that the cardinals are are thriving under a different manager. I don't know how differently Smit is smelters running. The show has, here's your, thank Bob and John spoke about this, and it was interesting and he wasn't. He wasn't bad mouthing Mathie because he had been very invested..

cardinals Yankees National League American League Mitch jug Mathie John Zane Sergio Romo Bob Eric deandre baseball Oakland Mike Metheny Tampa Bay patriots Michie Smit Taber Matrouh
"matrouh" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"matrouh" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Personal sabre matrouh shins analytics people who spend hours and hours developing computer programs to to best and most scientifically pick who the winners are going to be those people will be the high rollers those people will probably be the ones who went on the bets and then there'll be a lot of people who don't have access to the to that information and i don't have that analytical capability who will be placing relatively smaller beds but that'll be the vast majority of people who participate and most of them are gonna end up losing because there's there's a the take that the state gets in taxes there's a vigorous or or take that the casinos are going to get and so on balance the average the average better here is going to have to lose andrew beaton i wanted to ask you about two of the states that i gather are want to get in there quickly oh west virginia and mississippi neither state is home to a a major sport professional team although against west virginia would count itself part of the pittsburgh steelers of orbit but this the the interest of mississippi does that imply an interest alternately in college sports in that state while i think there's one sport people care about in in mississippi and that's football and you look at it and that's all miss and that's mississippi state you have the rebels and the bulldogs and and so we've actually seen for example in west virginia like conversations between some of the universities is and the state why with all this going out about how it's going to play out what the relationship can be between the schools in the states can be a financial one can the schools perhaps even benefit and in a state like mississippi when you're talking about betting sure they they still watch tons of professional sports there people cross the country watch and root for professional sports teams even if they don't have a team within their city or state but when you talk about the biggest sports in mississippi i mean you're talking about.

west virginia mississippi pittsburgh steelers football andrew beaton
"matrouh" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"matrouh" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Self deprecating thing where i say i wrote a chapter but by the book anyway because they're thirty good chapters by other people or something like that and there are thirty other good chapters but the people who listen to this podcast either they like baseball or they don't dislike me or they don't dislike me so much that they don't wanna hear about baseball that probably enjoy my chapter but also all the other chapters i am enjoying them to your chapter let me say your chapters good chapter i don't think really expounded upon it elsewhere before i haven't and what do you before before you let me go what did you think of willie chapter baseball once a week i liked it i think we've talked about this on the podcast in some shape or form in the past and i think the main thrust of wills argument is that obviously baseball's every day structure is great for those of us who liked baseball and baseball always to be on but the it were once a week then it would be an event and it would be more popular by certain ways of measuring baseball popularity and i don't think i could disagree with any of that i think it's interesting that he speculates that maybe there's no sabermetrics because everything is a small sample and there's just no need for that kind of analysis and you have your pitch every game and that's that i don't think it would be better but maybe we would guess the casual fan would be more likely to tune in though if you just have your best pitcher pitching all the time and then you're closer coming in no one's gonna score any runs which might be less entertaining so i think we're probably better off the way we are now or maybe some middle ground where it's not one hundred sixty two games or twenty six games but i don't know a hundred ten something like that that's just i know you're saving matrouh shin that's not a mill middle ground but i think the biggest thing is it's hard to get your mind around just eliminating the hundred ten worst pitchers seems like well that's baseball but we don't have we don't have a hundred fifty quarterbacks.

baseball mill
"matrouh" Discussed on The Next Best Thing

The Next Best Thing

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"matrouh" Discussed on The Next Best Thing

"Robin cook and this is something i learned from shattered he is a pure he's like a pure sabree matrouh shen he relied solely robin cook for those of you don't know was hillary clinton's campaign manager he relied solely on numbers demographics and statistical analysis while completely ignoring and at times belittling things like bill and hillary's political instincts the power of getting out and talking to people face to face having a ground game knocking on doors accelere and the worst parties in what made me so angry throughout the throughout reading shattered was that he had people trying to tell him all along from one woman whose name i think was suzy tompkins bell she's a huge donor in front of hillary who at one point was condemning robbie and the campaign for being unable unable to reveal hillary's authenticity and their hamfisted effort to manufacture a false version of it that's true to bill clinton constantly now bill clinton was the president he won two presidential campaigns yes the last one was in 1990 six who cares i'm sorry but there are some things that never change in an politicians fee of force in instincts are important bill clinton was constantly telling rubbing look that he wanted to get out and talk to people meet people in wisconsin and pennsylvania bill clinton won to presidential elections for the love of god in rob robbing of brushed him off like some grandpa who still thought television was in black and white i mean really it was is just so maddening he had people telling him and he just didn't listen and so so yeah i do think there's some blame to go round but hillary is not going to get that benefit of the doubt obviously it is tracy crazy it drives me crazy and i dunno and it's just it's never going to stop it's never going to stop she will never the abuse this woman has taken.

Robin cook hillary clinton campaign manager suzy tompkins robbie bill clinton president wisconsin pennsylvania presidential elections tracy
"matrouh" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"matrouh" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Welcome back i'm daria riley by this he's playing with science we are exploring the tweets of dr neil degrasse tyson's and focusing much definitely on the sport if baseball before the break we were discussing pint and stitch votes wouldn't pets and getting into old versus new now when we spoke to p arancibia and we spoke with charles liu yes to what's the best material you could have for a baseball bat and and child went with aluminium and absolutely he said here said abadia i'm a power hitter give me that aluminum bat sees us yet so the aluminum so what i was told by a sabre matrouh shen someone who thinks this long and hard and deep about everything that every bit of detail in baseball that even baseball fans would not care about okay just to put this on scale so he told me was that in professional baseball and mlb if the batteries used in aluminum bat it would kill the pitchers because it would come off the bat fast oath right now okay they barely have enough time to react to react correct who'll merely they can just get emit in front of their face and not get hit by the ball left with an aluminum bat that time has dropped to below the reaction when it's and you basically you you would harm so you would increased the exit velocity to a point where reaction would not be possible here at a typical.

daria riley dr neil degrasse tyson baseball mlb charles liu abadia
"matrouh" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

StarTalk Playing with Science

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"matrouh" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

"Welcome back i'm daria riley by this he's playing with science we are exploring the tweets of dr neil degrasse tyson's and focusing much definitely on the sport if baseball before the break we were discussing pint and stitch votes wouldn't pets and getting into old versus new now when we spoke to p arancibia and we spoke with charles liu yes to what's the best material you could have for a baseball bat and and child went with aluminium and absolutely he said here said abadia i'm a power hitter give me that aluminum bat sees us yet so the aluminum so what i was told by a sabre matrouh shen someone who thinks this long and hard and deep about everything that every bit of detail in baseball that even baseball fans would not care about okay just to put this on scale so he told me was that in professional baseball and mlb if the batteries used in aluminum bat it would kill the pitchers because it would come off the bat fast oath right now okay they barely have enough time to react to react correct who'll merely they can just get emit in front of their face and not get hit by the ball left with an aluminum bat that time has dropped to below the reaction when it's and you basically you you would harm so you would increased the exit velocity to a point where reaction would not be possible here at a typical.

daria riley dr neil degrasse tyson baseball mlb charles liu abadia