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Fresh update on "mikael" discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

00:55 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "mikael" discussed on Ringer FC

"Was whether with arsenal not playing midweek. Anymore. Obviously, Mikael gets a lot more time with him on the training ground. And I was wondering whether maybe the signs of being a bit lethargic or passive might have been maybe down to not having so much of them through the international break. But there's also he was away, wasn't he? There was a picture of him at the Dubai expo and stuff like that. Yeah, but I thought that I thought that this was the sharpest I've seen about my young started. Did you see the behavior of the world? I think it was Jason concepcion. It was just like headband over is different. On some sober because to the point where I was thinking, oh, go over. Over. You know, you want to just slow down, just slow down. But then you looked at it and then you watched the way arsenal kind of once we scored the goal and is a fantastic goal the way you finish that. He's awareness and he's finished. It.

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"mikael" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

07:48 min | 1 d ago

"mikael" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Is a huge amount. And this is the player archetype that always inspires this sort of cold calculated discussion of what could we find 85% of his production at the minimum. Could we find 90% of his production for one third of the price? I went through all the wing contracts, the veteran wing contracts in the league this morning. Just to sort of retest that theory, there's no question that Mikael bridges is way over market for a three and D player. Okay, there are circumstances supporting why that should be the case. And we could talk about that. I love Mikkel bridges. But just what do you think of that sort of general theory and when you go through contracts, what do you see in regards to it? I do think that there is an element of regret sometimes in teams that pass on this type of player. And then they end up going to great lengths. So Philly is actually the example of this probably because they draft Matisse will move up in the draft to make sure that they can get him. The year after they trade away Michael bridges, hoping that he can be this kind of player. And I think machiste, I think we agree is a better defensive player than Michael bridges. But this title is a better defensive player than I just then anyone basically anyone I don't know that he's a human being the way he moves around the floor. I think there's something suspicious, frankly that the league might want to investigate. I love having been able to watch Matisse title at Utah for four years, being able to share this with NBA aficionados like yourself, where it was kind of just limited to a smaller group of us back when he was in college. But there's still chasing after this. You see the teams that let Dani green keep trying to acquire Danny Green type players after that. So I think it's reasonable to reset and rethink our expectations for this market. And then the other thing is mikhil bridges is still young enough that I think you can add a little bit of playmaking attack hard close as that sort of thing that does separate himself from that 80% that James Ennis who is going to be strictly make open three is not as capable of doing anything with the ball in his hands. Yeah, when you look at the contracts like I did for the three and D guys around the league, bridges can make the most of any of them. That's not disputable. And you test out the theory of could I get 90% of him for much less money? Because in a salary cap league, these are the questions they sucked are uncomfortable. You have to ask them, what you find is you're really, there are certain types of players. There's like the undrafted second round guys that maybe you get a steal of a contract for a couple of years. And then they get paid if they're good. They get paid. We'll talk about that. And lump those guys in with the minimum guys. And we can go through all the minimum guys. And the minimum guys are just like a prayer. Like you're just praying that one out of ten chance you'll get 85% of McIlroy's in this particular season. It's just a prayer. Then you have a class of players who either because they're on their second contracts and have already proven something, they make 8 to 12. That's your Reggie Bullock, Jeremy lamb, Taylor Horton Tucker, Luke canard, Alec Burks. We can go there. There's a whole crew of these guys in their salary range. And what you find is those guys usually have a big hole in their game, whether it's they can't do anything off the dribble. There are defensive liability. They're three points shot is unreliable. They're making ten instead of 18 for a reason. And then sometimes you get lucky and you get like a Dorian Finney Smith where you really have them on a bargain contract for four or 5 years combined his first and second contracts. That's pretty rare. You end up having to choose between just the wing and a prayer of a minimum guy or an 8 to $12 million guy. And sometimes those are just like total black holes of regret like jetty Osman has just not worked out in Cleveland. He's making 8 or 9 million a year. This is my long way of saying that I don't I think the 85% theory you feel that ten or 15% so much more in the playoffs. It's an entirely different game. And whatever hole that is that encompasses that 15%, becomes so exposed in the postseason and even more exposed a deeper you get. Mikael bridges has no holes in his game. None. For what he is. You're not gonna ask him to run a pick and roll. I think he ran a 111 pick and rolls last year. That's roughly one a game considering how far the sun's played, right? But as a three and D guy, and I agree with you, I think one of the reasons I'm optimistic about this deal is he showed he's got a little more juice pump go catch, drive, pull up for a mid ranger, get to the rim a little bit more, shot the three well, like he's got a little bit more juice and I think having already showed that, he's probably got even more coming. What do you have to adjust your 15 a game? If you told me averages 19 a game this year, I wouldn't be surprised. If you tell me average is 19 a game with half an assist or one assist more because he's advanced as a playmaker, more comfortable off the dribble, not gonna be surprised. So I think I think this is a totally fine deal. It is a lot for a three and D guy, but I think he is pretty close to an archetypal perfect 3D guy. Yeah, it was Danny Green for a long period of time. And now I think it probably is going to be. He's never a Danny Green has never been able to do anything off the dribble like Mikhail bridges could already do. Every Danny Green dribble is like an a misadventure waiting to happen. And also I love Danny Green, very, very slow. I think the real sign that you'll know that he's that guy is when every player coming into the draft gets compared to him. That's the indication that you're the archetype, right? Yeah. And I think bridges has a chance to become such a perfect three and D player that he almost can't be the archetype because he's an unreachable archetype because it's not realistic for someone to have that kind of ceiling. Now we'll see if the three pointer regresses a little bit, but I'm a mikail bridge's believer. I think he's an absolutely monstrous defensive player. And I don't mind this deal at all. The sham at one, the sham at one surprised me a little bit, even though Monty Williams loves sham it had him in Philly was a big reason they went and got him. Four years 43, you can say, well, it's about the mid level exception, like that's probably his market if he has a good season. I guess I get it. I just really don't get the rush to do that because it's unclear to me how much he's gonna play for Phoenix. Every team he goes to Philly Brooklyn clippers, et cetera, et cetera the idea of Landry shamit ends up being more interesting than the actual player of lantern. I'm still interested in the idea that I can really shoot you can shoot off movement. You can handle a little bit. The defensive limitations are, I think he's actually a little bit better defensive player than people give him credit for. But for some reason, he just doesn't play very much when it matters, and it surprised me a little bit. That's all. Yeah, I think the same thing. I mean, I'm not allowed to invoke the name of the Milwaukee Bucks guard who signed a similar but shorter extension today. But similar players where I think you have that question of on a team that's this good. And especially now a team that in both of these cases, perhaps more so in Milwaukee's case, has luxury tax concerns, are you willing to commit this? And what is it going to cost you down the road? Because you're not willing to use your taxpayer mid level exception on someone else. That sort of thing. Because they're eventually going to be sacrifices even if the suns are willing to pay the luxury tax. There's a limit to that. By the way, a couple wing contracts I wanted to highlight javon Carter three years 11 and a half million. That's got a chance to be really good contract, but then he's 6 one..

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"mikael" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

08:10 min | 2 weeks ago

"mikael" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

"Hello, everybody. Welcome and to the NBA front office show preseason as often running. We had a lot of games on the schedule last night. We're going to break down some of those. Plus, get into some news. The suns, maybe at odds with big man Deandre ayton, a lot to talk about there. Keith, let's just start with X, that's the big story of the day. The suns, not willing to give a max deal to Deandre ayden. That doesn't seem like a great look for the Phoenix. I mean, to me, this should just be automatic. I'm not overvaluing Deandre ayton here, am I? No, I mean, I'm with you on that one. I think he is worth a max in the context of guys like him, get max deals now. That's just the reality of it. If they won't do it somebody else is going to. And a lot of people have thrown my way, so then let somebody do it in restricted free agency. Well, the reality of that is, if you do that, you run the risk of them. It's probably going to be a three plus one. That you're going to match if you want to. And then you're going to lose them in at least the most after three seasons because now you've made them angry, you need to go out and take less money and just have a contract match. So I would get this done. I would not give him a player option. I would not give him the escalator language that would bump him up to 30%. But the 25% max over 5 years, get it done, then get Mikael bridges sign and now he's got your core of Booker eating and bridges locked in and you've got a Chris Paul for a couple more years. If they don't do this, this is a sign that they're not fully committed to trying to win a championship. You know, he shot, I can tell you from that first round series against the Lakers. He shot roughly a 175% from the field. It was incredible. He just did not did not miss anything. He played great. It was phenomenal. And you look at his peers, they're all getting deals right now. So of course he's gonna feel like he should also get one of those. Now you can say maybe he's not in the same tier as Luca, but look at what Michael Porter junior just got. A max and this is what gets me. I see people all the time on social media that say, oh, well, he's not really a max player. No, we're not understanding the concept of a max player well enough because we're forgetting that the guys who we see as max guys, your LeBron, Kevin Durant, the top top tier guys in the NBA. Giannis, those guys actually should be higher than a max. Just the CBA restricts them from getting more than that. So they're bargains on those contracts. They are not the only guys who get max. Max isn't given to a guy who's a generational talent. That's not what it takes in order to get to that level. So some people see max and they just assume, oh, that means the guys just this transcended superstar, but that's not really the way the max salaries work. No, not at all. It's not even close to the way it works. And that's the day like you said, that's the unfortunate thing here. The misunderstanding of, it's not a vacuum. You exist in a world where there's 29 other teams. And if one of them just one of them is willing to give him a max, then he should get the max. And let's be fully understanding. We're not talking the Luka Dončić probably young max that gets him over 200 million over the 5 years. We're talking a 172.5 million, that shake. It'll just Alexander go. I'm fine if you want to push it like he did with my competitor junior, like Denver did, and maybe do a non guarantee on the end or something like that or some language that, hey, you keep improving. But I go back to a lot of people were like, oh man, the hoxton, so good to lock up, couldn't compel it to a two year extension worth about 45 million or so. And it's not that they didn't. I think they did great to lock him up, but I'm sorry, ings younger. And giving him 6 million more, a year or so. That's fine. I have no issue with that at all. You know, cappella is now what he's 27. So he'll turn 28 right towards the end of sometime in the playoffs, maybe Alan will still be in that or not. And nobody's screaming a yelling about that, that when he's in his 30s, he should everybody's fine with him getting 22 and 23 million. Hayden just turned, I think 23. I think it is. So I just, I don't understand this if you're the songs to me if I was on fans. I would be absolutely livid. If they don't just mess around here because people are screaming, well, you know, you can't expect a team to spend that kind of money. Sure you can. Yeah. Do you want to win a championship? That's what you do. The Milwaukee Bucks just want to title what did they do? They've gone deeper into the luxury tax than they've ever gone. Before this year to try and defend it. Lakers clippers nets warriors. You don't need to get stupid like a couple of those teams and be 40 million over the luxury tax line. But tripping into the tax, that's how you win titles. You got to get it done. I mean, look, if you were to put every GM in the NBA in a room and you said, raise your hand if you would give Deandre a max. How many hands do you think go up? At least 20. Yeah. Right? And that's all that matters. That's all that matters. If he was on the market, most teams would indeed do that. Now, I will say though, he's not going anywhere. He's not going to this isn't going to get to the point where the sun say, you know what? We're just not going to give you this contract. Go ahead, hit restricted free agency, and then maybe we'll let you go. I don't think it's getting to that point. And that's maybe why this is even more confusing. You're going to regardless of what happens here. You're going to keep this guy around. Do you really want that bad vibe of? Well, we tried to strong arm you here into a contract that's based on what your peers got probably less than what you're worth? You know what? I wonder is he the guy that ten times the qualifying offer his qualifying offers 16.4 million. So it's a pretty good sized number compared to where those qualifying offers usually come in. And then he'd be an unrestricted free agent in 2023. And then he can do whatever he wants. So I wonder if he looks out and says, you're going to make me go out and sign a deal with another team that you're just going to match and then you're going to have kind of control over this process for the next few years? Nah, I'll sign the qualifying offer. I'll play it out on that. But on myself and then I'll go get paid from whoever it is I want to be with the next year. And I think the other thing is to I learned today on Twitter. A lot of people don't fully realize how good Deandre Eaton has, but also true. He's a walking double double. This guy shows up and he's 15 and ten. Every night, it's just, you know, it's kind of ridiculous that we're here. Andy's become a pretty good defender. So just you got to get this one done if you're the sons. That would be a first, wouldn't it? If a guy was to turn down big money in order to take the qualifying offer. But that's interesting. Because it hasn't happened. I don't even have that as like a thought in my head as a possibility, but you're right, if that qualifying offer is 16 million, maybe that is it. Maybe that is the path we go. And that would be disastrous for the Phoenix Suns. If that's what if that's what? Yeah, that's why you can't push this. Don't mess around. Just get it done. It's not going to it's not going to be a bad contract. You'll be fine. You know, he's going to be a top 5 to 8 center in the league for the life of whatever his next deal is. Assuming it's four or 5 years, just get it done. It's still the center position is not dead. People may make go too far with that in the NBA. So but yeah, yeah, I don't know. And I get it, you got to also think about paying Mikael bridges. And he's probably gonna push somewhere between 15 to 20 million a year as my guess. But Garrett lock it in, spend a whole bunch of money. I mean, part of the whole thing with Chris Paul was, he's only on the big contract for one more year after this. And then everything dips into being partially guaranteed. So you can get out of that if you're really need to into much cheaper money you got Cameron Payne on a nice deal. Jay Crowder's only got a year left. So you're really only looking at a huge tax bill for probably a year or two. And do it. You're a title contender. You're right there. You went to game 6 of the finals. In a two O series lead, you know, if things had gone right, you might have been able to win it, but we'll see, you know, I don't have a lot of faith that ownership is going to.

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"mikael" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

03:19 min | 3 months ago

"mikael" Discussed on Geek News Central

"And Am sure the list of banned apps will be there you know. Here's a funny thing. My geek news djamil. I'm i've got eight hundred eleven emails in the inbox. So you have written me and the last couple of days. I do apologize for not being able to to respond. But i do think Rob for sending me an email and in talking about some other products for my my challenges. I'm having here with my allergy or whatever it is and Everyone else's rent to me and again. I'm behind up you've written in the last couple of days Do apologize. there is no i haven't just got through the email and But again i did get an email from from roswell well said hey todd the other day you discuss getter. I tried to load up. They never sent me an email to validate my count. It could be thing with the betas set. Maybe like fourth but be solved. Could he be may comedian email addresses. Could he be mikael shots at trump on twitter. I m i. In their blacklist l. l. time will tell i won't lose any sleep over it and robert rob. I also don't know if it's this could be caused by gypsy moth. What's going on with me so An thank you for all your suggestions as well. I definitely appreciate all right. Ladies and gentlemen this is gonna bring me the end of the show geek news at g. Mel dot com gig news. Gmail.com is e mail address course on twitter at peak news. Spy may pleasure to bring the show here very very busy time coming up. I mean the pace. The pace is going to start ramping up. Very very rapidly and All the way through. Probably the middle of october probably. You know it's going to be bit of being bada boom here Real busy through at least seventeenth or eighteenth of october. Then things will start slowing down. Of course we'll be getting cold again here but Next stop is nashville. Then i'm going to be going out to Salt lake city. And then i'm gonna be in atlanta and then ultimately back in vegas And then some trips down to columbus and who knows what else. there's going to be thrown at us here but I hope everyone's stained safe. Being good take carry south. Take care of one another watch over everyone and For the knock on the door. They're coming for you heard about that right so Just the it's true. They are going to go after anyone hasn't been vaccinated yet. They're gonna go door to door until you get your vaccination so i know some of you might might not be too pleased with that. But that's the that's what the government says you're gonna do be careful and who he answer your door from it might be sugar there waiting to To take you to get your vaccine. Come on comrade. You do not have your papers you must go get a shot okay into the show when take care be safe. Was he back here on monday. Have great weaken. This short week had been on vacation. I hope you took me took me with you on vacation if not. I'm here to listen and take care. Was he next. Time bye bye..

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"mikael" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

05:02 min | 4 months ago

"mikael" Discussed on The Playbook

"Episodes from a fireside chat with my good friend former playbook guest mikhail brand up the world famous artists and he's also a pretty good entrepreneur as well that you are going to discuss entering the flow state and why it only takes one person to build an audience. Tweet me david. Meltzer your favourite. Take away from today's episode and check the show notes to see how you can text me or email me at any time. This is entrepreneurs the playbook when we met. I thought one thing it's amazing one of my mentors. None of you probably remember. Guiding dennis wheatley had this great line planting seeds under trees. They you'll never sit under and my rhythm journey has been meeting people like michael that i'm so excited to me to understand the vibration the frequency the awareness that has an understanding especially about flow state because all great artists great writers great speakers. They're not really great. They just have the capability to allow the truth to come through them and they had their own appreciation to it. But that's why. I was so excited to come at the closing of this unbelievable showing great gallery to talk about and help people understand that flow state because it's more than just flowing in channeling the actual truth or the higher vibration your higher self where frequency. But it's letting it come through you not for you or to you. You're not a victim. It's not just for you in some scarce universe is limitless infinity and the better. We are of understanding. What's coming through us. And then capable of clearing the interference between everyone else because we put judgments and conditions and separation between not only us it everyone else through these insecurities eagle base needs to be right offended separate in theory superior great guilty resentful all the wasted energy that all of us have shared together. If i could just take for example the energy that all of us have put into being worried and put it into something productive. We probably would all be billionaires guaranteed. That's people worrying. All wearing is is wishing for what you don't want. Somebody would have told me that. When i was young so i wanted to have a quick conversation with michael because i think he has a very deep understanding of allowing things to come through him for others in other words the flow state..

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"mikael" Discussed on Sadharan Baatein

Sadharan Baatein

08:09 min | 4 months ago

"mikael" Discussed on Sadharan Baatein

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Stamkos, Gourde lead Lighting to 5-2 victory over Predators

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

Stamkos, Gourde lead Lighting to 5-2 victory over Predators

"The lightning for no at home after Yanni Gourde scored twice in a five to decision over the predators Steven Stamkos notched a goal that made him the team's all time leader in power play points with three hundred one passing Mar tenth St Louis anytime you're up there with meridian in Vinny and in the record books here in Tampa that means that I've been here a long time and and then fortunate to have a lot of success Greenpoint not replied also scored for the lightning while Andrei vasilevskiy turned back twenty five shots point tallied with just zero point four seconds remaining on the clock in the first period making it three nothing that's a Leschi blanked the predators until easily Tolvanen and Mikael Granlund scored in the first five forty one of the third period I'm Dave Ferrie

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"mikael" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:30 min | 10 months ago

"mikael" Discussed on AP News

"The education leader in Connecticut. Mikael Cardona is President elect Joe Biden's choice to run the Department of Education. The president elect says he will ask Congress for money to keep schools open and safe. They need funding for testing. Help people reopen schools more funding for transportation so students can maintain social distances on school Busses they need. There's a need for school buildings for additional cleaning services. Protective equipment ventilation system Cardona's is taking over the Department of Education is a great challenge. We must embrace the opportunity to re imagine education and Build it back better. You must involve it to meet the needs of our students. Unlike current secretary Betsy DeVos, the school choice advocate whom the president elect says is an opponent of public schools. Cardona is a product of public schools. Britain is dealing with different layers of the corona virus. Just as we've got a tid system in place that was able to control this virus. We've discovered a new Mork contagious. Virus variant that is spreading at a dangerous rate. Health Secretary Matt Hancock says there are actually two variants. The newest variant was detected in two people, both of whom are contacts of recent arrivals from South Africa. There was an explosion in a high rise building in Baltimore 23 people were injured, it temporarily trapped a window washing crew on dangling scaffolding. Niles Ford is with Baltimore Fire. One of our members had to step out in the scalp of climate.

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Miami Dolphins ship wide receiver to the New England Patriots

WBZ Afternoon News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Miami Dolphins ship wide receiver to the New England Patriots

"A four game losing streak, the Patriots prepare for their Monday night match up with the New York Jets. One of the teams bright spots during the recent struggles has been wide receiver Jacoby Meyers. He's been able to snag 10 catches over his last two games after receiving more playing time due to the injuries of wide receivers Julian Edelman and Mikael Harry. Offensive coordinator Josh McDaniel spoke today about Myers. Always ready to go, You know, always ready to take advantage of the opportunities that she's given. And I thoughtyou Kobe did a nice job on Sunday and being ready to go. She's you know. Encouraged by what he's been able to do, and I look forward to continue to grow and improve with him as we move forward, and the Patriots did make a trade today, acquiring wide receiver Isaiah Ford from the Miami Dolphins in return for a 2022 7th round pick.

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"mikael" Discussed on Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap

Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"mikael" Discussed on Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap

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"mikael" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"mikael" Discussed on WSB-AM

"M. Ooh! Full phone line. We've got to get through. Everybody bows in Cartersville. Bo, Thanks for hanging on. Welcome to the program, my friend. Hey, thanks for having me, man. What's on your mind? Well, a lot of things. But first of all, you would put no harm in harmonica. Like if you tried it, you could do it. I don't have the capacity anymore. Maybe is a kid. Well, fair enough. But here, Okay. So now Segway I was an all state band, like at the challenge of our band director in high school long, long time ago went to Savannah. And I was 17. So we didn't have to have a chapter on and we stayed in. I think it was the Hilton on the rear. So I know you're talking about Yeah. Yeah. So we We hear this like acoustic guitar duo and and my friend and I just started playing guitar. And so this chick named Michael. Here's where this comes in with the weird name thing and a disappointing day because her name was Michael, But she was Russian. It was Mikael, right? And I had literally like $14 to my name. So I took a $10 bill because she was feeding me Miller Lites. I'm underage hard. Admit that. Yeah, well, so I took the $10 Bill and I wrote the room number from the hill in on it. And then I went back to the Hilton and I drink some other beers, and I passed out on the bed. And then I woke up the next day. We were leaving town that day. And my friend Danny, like slipped up the bedspread. And he's like, Oh, now both. Oh, no. Oh, no. Look at this, And he shows me a foreign napkins that says I came here but you were sleeping like a baby and signed Michael now. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, And she was supposed to be a supposed to steal my And and and that didn't happen, understood? So that's why I did that sudden. Similar to me happened when I When I first moved to Atlanta, I just moved into Ah new apartment. I'd been here like a year and we got a new part of my buddy from college and I didn't know the phone number and I met this really, really cute girl at Fox and Hound on Collier Road rest in peace, and I gave her the number. What I thought was the number and it was the wrong number because the brain is before cellphones ever and I went back to Fox and a hound like every day for Months like trying to find that Cube keeper Anyway, whatever. I'm happy now, Longoria, where you are way come back all of your calls, plus Johnny kielbasa with the fast food review on its way turn into the grand at Mark Kerem. This's the Mark M show. The weather's changing outside and unusual Georgia fashion. We never know we're going to get mark a room here if you've been sweating it out over the summer,.

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"mikael" Discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"mikael" Discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

"It's a ship. I'm all for maybe doing an extreme haunted house where they could really really foul with you. Maybe you could get hurt but you're actually trying to escape and beat something and it's actually kind of exhilarating and adrenaline rush but this is not that yeah, so, oh, okay strong opinions. We were watching together and we were just like what is happening? Yeah. It's awful to say the least. Yeah agreed. All right, so my story is called doggy resurrection and this Thursday. Taking us all the way to Eastern Russia's probably more ski cry region. We have butchered the fuck out of that but mostly cried according to the international business times two sisters in you just said sisters really just my wrist sisters sisters them and they give me time to try to pronounce this word know when Nicole asked Russia, I'll have did awesome there. They found their their dog dead. They basically walked in the dog was dead. But the dog Was Eighteen years old. They basically walked in they did or they did a day kind of wanted. They like they kind of just hate this loaded and they flooded in they they ambled in the dog Was Eighteen years old and so the family was like, okay the dog can sleep is time for him to go cuz that's really old. So they actually put the dog in a bag and then wrap the bag in a blanket his dog was wrapped up in a bag and they took him off. Do the pet cemetery near their Village and there they dug a hole and they buried him in the grave. Okay, and that's when the unthinkable happened poor Bruno. Oh, I'm calling him what his name is so I'm calling him poor Bruno. He came back to life. So he awoke buried in the ground in eighteen year old dog has tried to think of like a Russian name like a little boy. Vodka Mikael Mikael vodka Tolstoy Dodge Jeep. That's his new name. So I'm just imagining like can you imagine being cuz if if you're a person and you've been buried alive, you know what's happened to you, but can you imagine being an eighteen-year-old dog? And all you want to do is lay there and just chew your wet food and just listen to your Masters and then sudden you're in a grave and you're buried so he wasn't dead and the apartment so apparently if well depends on what you believe far as spirituality goes, but I would say that the dog was not dead when they buried him and he just woke up basically, but just went to a really deep sleep. Yeah, he was out and they actually carried him there wrapped in a bag and he still never moved. I was like did they put a mirror under his nose? That's true. They didn't do doggies and you wrap your mouth around their entire nose and mouth. Yeah, that's how you do it. Yeah, and and it's my birthday. Under a different story saved their gerbil by doing that not getting swallowed the then I'm not getting she gave her CPR to her her hamster saved his life..

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"mikael" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"mikael" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"It out, and I thought players like McDonogh Shattenkirk Bogosian stepped up and did a nice job in the first period. Keeping those pox in on DH just hammering away at them. They sort of took advantage, I guess like you said the The fatigue, whether or not that was there from from going all the way to a game seven the Flyers and giving up that 3 to 1 advantage they have, and you talked about the importance of closing out games. I think they still weren't mentally sharp going into game one in the Lightning did a great job of taking advantage. They played their game, They forced the calendars to play their game. And it just seemed like everything was going in for the lightning. I mean, I think that the old check talked on the broadcast. Just about how precise a game this was for them. It seemed like everything they threw on net was going in and and even took a goaltending change. And they still ended up with an 80 to victory. So They got off to a strong start. I think that's going to be another key going into tonight's game, obviously, but we'll talk more about that. Towards the end of the broadcast here, it's thought they did. A great job point line once again was just so effective and dynamic. It was, AH, you know, breaking point You set the tone, and from then on out, the Lightning just continued to do all the little things in their game that they wanted to to have success. Yeah. You touched on some of the place of the defenseman as a group made in Game one, and that for me was Really What I liked most about their play was just how active and engaged the defenseman were. Ah, especially offensively. They got nine points combined from their defenseman Victor Hedman had a power play goal with a couple of assists. Top of the left circle and shot through a screen. I I'll remember. I think it was Alex Killorn that might have been in front of Bryce on that goal took his eyes away. I thought that was another thing that like he did really well. In game one was they got traffic in front of the goalie. Whoever it wass on some of those shots from distance, were able to find the back of the net because of that, because the goalie couldn't track the puck as well. You saw Mikael Surrogates have had an assist in Game one. Luke Shin had an assist. His first of the playoffs is first and quite some time on the post season. I just really liked how involved a defenseman were collectively. And helping to drive the offense. And I think Game one underscored just how deep the lightning are defensively. We've talked so much about how deep the lightning art forward, but their depth defensively might even be more impressive. Just if you look at how they can go all the way down the nine deep I know they have rued out Right now. They have nine guys that they really trust. When everybody's healthy. They feel pretty comfortable throw in any one of those nine over the boards. I also think that's why we're seeing John Cooper, employing the 11 forward. Seven defensemen alignment Hey, started going.

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"mikael" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"mikael" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"All I gotta do is watch me and I can hardly wait to compare my conscience of capability to the cotton going off the man. You You will hear the first thing. Biden's that answering this question. This kind of hug was Doug McKell Way? Who? By the way, that what? What Yeoman duty is to admit that you're losing your mind. In framing a question for plugs. Biden Just to show plugs that you're not out to get him. You admit that you're losing your mind. So don't remember as many words as I used to. I don't do this as quickly as I used to, and you're 12 years older than I am. So what's the status of your mental but Biden's answer. You're a lying dog. Give it count down. 321 Give us a couple seconds of dead air, Not enough to trigger automation machines out there a couple of seconds of dead air. And you'll hear Biden. You'll hear Mikael always say some have speculated, and then Biden comes in. You're a lying dog faced and kill way. Just keeps going. Okay? Three. 21 Some have speculated that you that you are subject to some degree, they do it again. Some have speculate. Euro Lion dog faced three 21 Some have speculated that you that you are subject to some degree of cognitive line. I'm 60. Right. We gotta go. We gotta go. We gotta go..

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"mikael" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"mikael" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Testing. Look, all I got to do is watch me and I can hardly wait. To compare my cognitive capability to that cotton going off the man I'm running. Did you get that You will hear the first thing, Biden said, answering this question. Just kind of us hug this Douglas Callaway. Who? By the way that What? What? Yeoman duty is this to admit that you're losing your mind? In framing a question for plugs. Biden Just a shell plugs that you're not out to get him. You admit that you're losing your mind to it. I don't remember his many words as I used to. I don't do this as quickly as I used to, and you're 12 years older than I am. So what's the status of your metal? But Biden's answer. You're a lying dog faced in here. I'm gonna give it count down. 321 Give us a couple seconds of dead air. Not enough to trigger automation machines out there. There's a couple of seconds of dead air and you'll hear Biden you'll hear Mikael always say. Some have speculated. And then Biden comes in. You're a lying dog faced and the kill way just keeps going. Okay? Three. 21 Some have speculated a line that you that you are subject to some degree, not do it again. Some have speculate. Euro Lion Dog faced three 21 Some have speculated line that you that you are subject to some degree of cognitive line. I'm 65. Right? We gotta go. We gotta go. We gotta go. We'll be right back.

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"mikael" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"mikael" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"All I gotta do is watch me and I can hardly wait to compare my conscience of capability to the cotton going off the man. I'm running. Did you get that You will hear the first thing, Biden said, answering this question. This kind of us hug just dug McKell way. Who? By the way, that what? What? Yeoman Duty is this to admit that you're losing your mind? In framing a question for plugs. Biden Just to show plugs that you're not out to get him. You admit that you're losing your mind to it. I don't remember his many words as I used to. I don't do this as quickly as I used to, and you're 12 years older than I am. So what's the status of your mental but Biden's answer. You're a lying dog faced in here. I'm gonna give it count down. 321 Give us a couple seconds of dead air. Not enough to trigger automation machines out there. There's a couple of seconds of dead air and you'll hear Biden you'll hear Mikael always say some have speculated, and then Biden comes in. You're a lying, dog faced and McHale way. Just keep going. Okay? Three. 21 Some have speculated that you that you are subject to some degree not do it again. Some have speculate. You're a lion dog faced three 21 Some have speculated line that you that you are subject to some degree of cognitive line. I'm 65. Right? We gotta go. We gotta go. We gotta go. We'll be right back after in times.

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"mikael" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"mikael" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Been testing. All I gotta do is watch me and I can hardly wait to compare my conscience of capability to that cotton capability of the man. I'm running you You will hear the first thing, Biden said, answering this question. Just kind of us hug this Douglas Callaway. Who? By the way that What? What? Yeoman duty is this to admit that you're losing your mind? In framing a question for plugs. Biden Just to show plugs that you're not out to get him. You admit that you're losing your mind to it. I don't remember his many words as I used to. I don't do this as quickly as I used to, and you're 12 years older than I am. So what's the status of your mental but Biden's answer. You're a lying dog faced in here. I'm gonna give it count down. 321 Give us a couple seconds of dead air, Not enough to trigger automation machines out there. There's a couple of seconds of dead air. And you'll hear Biden. You'll hear Mikael always say some have speculated, and then Biden comes in. You're a lying dog faced and may kill way just keeps going. Okay? Three. 21 Some have speculated that you that you are subject to some degree, they do it again. Some have speculate. Euro Lion dog faced three 21 Some have speculated that you that you are subject to some degree of cognitive line. I'm 65. Right? We gotta go. We gotta go. We gotta go. We'll be right back after in times like these..

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"mikael" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"mikael" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Testing. All I gotta do is watch me and I can hardly wait to compare my conscience of capability. That cotton going off the man. I'm running you You will hear the first thing, Biden said, answering this question. Just kind of us hug. Just Douglas Callaway. Who? By the way that what? What? Yeoman Duty is this to admit that you're losing your mind? In framing a question for plugs. Biden Just to show plugs that you're not out to get him. You admit that you're losing your mind. So don't remember as many words as I used to. I don't do this as quickly as I used to, and you're 12 years older than I am. So what's the status of your metal? But Biden's answer. You're a lying dog faced in here. I'm gonna give it count down. 321 Give us a couple seconds of dead air, Not enough to trigger automation machines out there. There's a couple of seconds of dead air. And you'll hear Biden. You'll hear Mikael always say some have speculated, and then Biden comes in. You're a lying dog faced and may kill way just keeps going. Okay? Three. 21 Some have speculated that you that you are subject to some degree, they do it again. Some have speculate. You're a lion dog faced three 21 Some have speculated that you that you are subject to some degree of cognitive line. I'm 65. Right? We gotta go. We gotta go. We gotta go. We'll be right back after.

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"mikael" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"mikael" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Abdul, You're you're fired up about black lives matter since you could say things I can't the floor is yours, My friend. OK, alright, man, So let's set the scene for everybody because I wake up and I opened the social media's and There's you being very upset about black lives matter. They they went after the Indianapolis police chief yesterday. Is that right? Yes. What they did Wass. It's a story by our friends at Fox, 39. Black lives matter. Protestors honked horns to make themselves heard early Sunday morning. Outside the home of Metropolitan Police chief Randy Taylor. So wait a second. They were driving past his house honking their horns and Sunday morning at six clock Now I know I don't know what the rule about driving past someone's house honking your horn is I know you're not supposed to cut your grass until 9 a.m. on the weekends. Well, let's put it this way. The black lives matter. Okay, They're there to demand action Not on the case of the Shinri but also Mikael Rosa's well. Both men were shot and killed by MPD on May 6. The group gathered at six seconds Michigan, where Reed was killed around 5:30 a.m. And from there, they headed to chief Taylor's neighborhood. They say their voices aren't heard downtown. So maybe leaders will listen when protesters are at the doorstep. Underestimate a few laps. They honk their horns and make demands. They wanted autopsy report and reach deathly release. What they're asking for more. No. Give me two civilians since we're here. This is what the officers be fighting to Shawn Reeves case at any apples, Black lives matter. Organizer Kyra J. Only the officer killed Rashad, but the officer that made the comments about him afterwards laying there dead. By these laying there on the ground, the group said they are great for the demands met so far such a special prosecutor being named in Reese case. Names off has been released, but a dozen in there they say they have more demonstrations planned. But of course, they will have to wait and find out when and where. Okay. So last night Five more people were shot in our city. One person was killed. And yet the same people are completely silent on that and Abdul this sort of stunt, which I think we talked about this for one on there. That's basically what this is. It just starts to seem very political. It's not even political. It's ridiculous. And here's why, because number one Driving through somebody's neighborhood at six o'clock in the morning, honking horns. It's not going to endure you when you any friends or any favors because you see it's not just the person that you're honking the horn and I can hear you. It's the neighbors that can hear you too. And the neighbors going. Come on. What's all that damn noise? That's going to be happening. Number one, not Number two. You're absolutely right. We're now in what 100 for 106 murders so far in Indianapolis. 70 80% of them have been African American. And not a peep out of black lives matter Movement, and I'm a firm believer that black lives are going to matter. Then they should matter all the time where they're taken by somebody with a police officer uniform or not taking a police office uniforms. And the fact That these people Have gone nuts over John Reed, who, by the way, fired shots at police officers. Let's make that perfectly clear. And McHale Rose, who remembers is correct, tried to ambush police officers. I'm sorry, but guys, I wrote this on WNBC that common in deposited or are these really the hills? You want to die on today? Because if they are, we gotta have a meeting after the show. We really do because this is ridiculous and a big part of this and we talked about this when we filled in for the chicks over the past couple weeks. We get a lot of occasion I'd loved I want their agent. They negotiated a hell of a deal, but We talked about this that a big part for many of us is I want to listen. I want to hear what you have to say. And if there are viable and achievable things that will better the lives for all of us A Moliere's But this doesn't seem like anything other than just agitation. When very serious issues that we should all come together on. You don't seem to care all about well, like I said, the thing is Ah, John Reed and Mikhail Rose, where we're not the best actors in the universe. Now I feel for their families. Because I don't want anybody family had to go through. You know the loss of a loved one. But with that said You know, the investigation's going to come out is going to end is going to do what it's supposed to do. But this honking horns and early said he went outside the police. She's home and waking him up waking up his neighbors. The company was came out like Saint chasing people away with brooms. I think it was to rob Kendall and Bill came Shabbas infer the Czechs. Let's switch gears to what was again another tragic night of violence in our city hall before we do, we do, Teo Darius Johnson wrote on Twitter. Neighbors have come out to ask people to leave casing with car bats. They called police also tell me they're breaking the noise sort. And so I and we saw this in ST Louis. I'm sure you've seen this video of these people who are defending their home in ST Louis came out with the very high powered weaponry say and get off my lawn. I am very concerned. This is going to turn Violent quick because let's face it this. This guy's a police you He's trained on how to deal with this sort of stuff. But if you're the average person you wake up and this is going on, you have no idea what's gonna happen and something very tragic could happen. Ah, for behaving like that. I think the good news is in Indianapolis is that's just not how Indianapolis's However, hopefully these people got the right house. All right, So let's let's switch gears. I send you the template of what we were going to talk about last night and I knew I almost put it in the email that I sent to you. I said, Here's the story on violence so far. I know as soon as I wake up, we're going to have to readjust this because that's just what happens. It doesn't seem as though the mayor has any desire. Five more shootings Last night alone, one person dead. It doesn't seem Abdullah's, though the mayor has any desire to tackle this, and so I guess it's just not going to end for at least 3 3.5 more years. Well, the thing is, and here's my problem with the man..

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Boston: Monahan, Backlund Score 2G Each, Flames Beat Bruins 5-2

First Light

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Boston: Monahan, Backlund Score 2G Each, Flames Beat Bruins 5-2

"Flames lit up the Bruins five to Sean Monahan scored twice in the seventy two second span of the second period and then the third Mikael Backlund had two goals in forty one seconds does not to give them more we you're going to solve all my replay really solid the given too much shall we respond right up this morning over Boston's only got three home losses in regulation this year they got the best record in the

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"mikael" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"mikael" Discussed on 600 WREC

"For having me and it makes no sense to anybody but us hopefully we'll have more sex in another week or so hopefully so thank you Mikael benefits more days it is six fifty two we've got a temperature forty eight degrees check those roads with heather York good morning right now in Iraq working on east Alfie road at Ketchum that Descalzi ready catch and we have a wreck involving a pedestrian on sycamore view at Shelby oaks the fire department out there as well as police at sycamore view at Shelby oaks and a crash working on southbound to forty just south of poplar Avenue that's starting to cause a big delay in that area that's out that C. forty south of poplar the traffic your today we've got some rain high temperature in the low sixties then for tonight that low temperature drops down into the mid forties tomorrow mostly cloudy high in the mid fifties on Wednesday mostly cloudy back in the mid forties on Thursday sunny skies a high in the upper forties on Friday and Saturday sunshine a high near fifty and then on Sunday sunny skies high in the upper fifties right now we have a temperature forty eight degrees Memphis morning news time is six fifty three let's talk about your car getting it back on the road looking great now maybe you want some detail in the heat you might want to just have some simple detailing done says first your car up as it is or maybe even a fender Bender one car to car maybe you just need some body work done with just your body shop has two locations here in the mid south that can help you get back on the road twenty nine sixteen summer Avenue and of course there's a location in Carville as well call Joe stork collision at four hundred distribution park where they've been doing this for fifty years now for over half a century they've been helping mid southerners get back on the road Audi all the way to whatever.

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Gut bacteria prefer to chow down on certain dietary fibers

Generation Bold

07:45 min | 2 years ago

Gut bacteria prefer to chow down on certain dietary fibers

"Now speaking of the field of aging we have a leading scientists in research in the field of aging are with us right now a doctor Michael Lewis garden and I just want to give you his website before we do anything it's Michael well the normal way am I CH a E. L. L. U. S. T. G. A. R. T. E. N. dot com and we will also have that on our website of course and he is a scientist a Tufts University and the human nutrition research center on aging so his research when it comes to an interest in is specifically about aging and that he sees a problem the problem is our guts he's written a book about it I'll tell you all about that in a minute but I want to go to the doctor right now. why are you concentrating on microbes in the god of microbial health and what does that have to do actually with the science of better H. R. two so to jump into that I should say that about five years ago I didn't care about microbes bacteria viruses on that I didn't care about any of it he didn't walk in on my radar at all I started off studying blood predictors of muscle mass and function in older adults and when I was doing that I published several papers that identified bacterial metabolites in the blood that were either positively or negatively associated with muscle mass and function in older adults so that led me into the idea of well maybe the cop microphonics playing some role on stark Pina and based on that I was able to get some studies funded and as you saw at the conference I publish that recently published some of that data on the role of got microbiome on muscle strength but there are a bit in emerging field right now the will of the gut microbiome on the government's lack of muscle mass and functions where three papers and mine support paper so far this year have identified microbes for real for the gut microbiome on muscle mass and functions so it's an emerging a rapidly emerging feel dope now in terms of nutrition that potentially can optimize that the most obvious place to start would be with dietary fiber in the reason for that is because our humans don't have the enzymes to digest dietary fiber dietary fiber passes into your large intestine and then bacteria in your large intestine convert those those fibers into short chain fatty acids so basically very short little fat but you don't you don't normally get from diet with the exception of something they like water which may have small amounts of the short chain fatty acid butyric but very low amount compared to what you could convert from five or so then once these bacteria make short chain fatty acids does ready I go from the inside of the intestine into the intestinal cells which can aren't test motels the mitochondria particular use those short chain fatty acids to make energy that energy is used to improve got barrier function which is important for keeping stuff that was in the inside of the intestine from going into the blood and that's important because during aging that that. got here actually decreases so if you have a low fiber diet your body will be able to have optimal intestinal barrier function more stuff that inside the intestines will leak into the blood potentially activating information information of all kinds of nasty things sore muscles are green all the issues in our blood so again port place to start in terms of optimizing our health and longevity is optimized dietary fiber intake that's the core theme of the book and I should also I didn't start off with that idea and that approach the idea and the that is default through the literature I basically changed my diet after going down this road do you have a super high fiber diet rabbit close to a hundred grand five a day triple the RDA so that I can optimal got very function and you know improve systemic functions. so you thought your listening now and you know that there's a tremendous amount of information both technical and practical and I won just give you the website again that that is the doctor or scientist website Michael lust Garten L. U. S. T. G. A. R. T. E. N. dot com and it again this is not coming from the world of selling supplements this is coming from the world of science research both in the laboratory and personally so now let's get practical for a second I every morning I take my flax seeds and I put them in my yogurt alright I take my chia seeds and I put it in my smoothie but I don't think I have anything compared to the amount that you're putting into your body and is there anything country indicating them and these are the ways that you're suggesting people get the dietary fiber. so flak he can be a great way to get increase your fiber but the foundation of my diet is a few festivals not in terms of fiber content per calorie nothing beats the fiber density vegetables and a happy post on this on my blog by compared the fiber and not just five or ten nutrient density of vegetables compared to all green calorie for K. per calorie per calorie nothing beats vegetables opt for fiber and nutrient density so when I eat vegetables I'm not eating a few for the broccoli and meeting a pound or more actually sorry. Graham a more actually yesterday I had eleven hundred grams broccoli morning in addition to other stocks so a meeting if you divide the best schools to get this fiber goal but I should mention I'm not vegan I'm not a vegetarian I do eat the meat ID with some dairy I can be to make but at the end of the day for me it's more than just a simple dietary ideology way say go high fiber for me back to work and I know that because like I said I track my diet in a truck my circulating biomarkers it'll lower fiber diet was able to optimize my biological age then I I promote that too but for me what works best for me is a very high fiber diet in terms of optimizing got help and biologically. so let me just tell everybody that. when tell and Mikael when Dr Michael it's gotten speaks people listen so are also remember these scientists and part of his experiment is himself which is what makes him so unique in the scientific world and I will tell you that his overall and I'm reading his book and you should always book microbial burden a major cause of aging and age related disease easy to get on Amazon I put on my kindle it was a pleasure to read on the plane all the other day and I learned a lot but the fact is that his over arching words are no that I self sees very much like the oracle at Delphi no they sell and he knows himself because he keeps testing and so this doesn't mean you go out and and you do this but I tell you what I did do doctor I went out and I would have had to carry. you said so that was the only way yeah. we're gonna come back in a couple of seconds and I'm I do want to talk about that how we can as a practical matter could some of what you have learned and you learn things that are very impressive and work for most people to different degrees out into our diets properly and that were also does look a little bit about the idea of nutrition as we get older because they're even changing that concept when it comes to surgery used to tell you not to eat that's changing we'll be back in just to get you

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