18 Burst results for "Mongan"
"mongan" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"So ten furlongs in the mile are going to be options for her and as a galileo. We already know they for right now. Brian on thriving so I wouldn't be giving up on her in in the slightest it was fascinating race now What was also fascinating. Race was the jump pierce racing. Gordon stakes the group three Which ended up being an irish one to johnny. Marta wasn't at good on the previous day but he flew over to watch his osman. Emperor run with ben cohen on board and Just by half a length till my first generation. Simon mud. I add sir. Lucan getting nailed ottoman. Emperor ends up being a very very good winner of the gordon stakes and proving yet again. What a fantastic job that. Johnny marches doing last year. Johnny was really emphasizing on On it but also on an order see he was emphasizing. Just how he doesn't want to be known as johnny mersad the jockey anymore. He wants to be known as johnny mercer the trainer and he continuously and i think he's actually that might have been on rt to be fair with jane mongan because he he had just drained the group one winner and the more you see his success as a trainer and The more big owners. He attracts coolmore more. Now in the art as well The more you realize what fantastic trainer he is. And he's done a great job with this fella and he was fancied by quite a few shrewd. He's and he's got the job done quite well in the end. I think giannis. He's a very amiable so the fellow was always liked in actually and i think he's very determined though underneath and i remember we were over at the dubai will cook one year and it was like forty degrees. You know. and they're in the morning and it was johnny running around the track in in He had a lot of weight issues. You know he had a few other issues full that but it wasn't to joke. As you said he's becoming an excellent trudge brainer as well as good as and this whole Stop foolish rice exam. Lovely skopje time. He strode out well. And he's gonna keep improving. It was it was a step up in trip and it was a step in. They had i think he was very well written. The i run on them he certainly got. I run on lucan. North was given a bit too much to do. I'm sure you might agree with that. If you're frustrated thirty had too much to do and awesome With just kept going. It was always just just holding on you know. I guess they'll be looking. Maybe the ledger. Identifying the golden can be a bit of a trough ledger. That would be another step up in distance. But he does look announce out gallup and the whole sustained to improve. He's got Impressed with a gun to stall. And i liked him. A lotta didn't actually think he'd be good enough to win on his previous full eve night. One is previous look to a free races because the step opt in clause of the trip would probably being the steps are being closed lobby nation. I was quite cain onset rail. I thought he had pretty rough passage in the doll being after we had beaten a dr lingfield. Not that. I think that fog should be taken a faithfully. i think Become a much better sense but Just before a in in the racing post they have these quotes from the train. Isn't that morning. it was just something in the way. airing was talking about the whole they has that got the talgo that fans for him later on in the season and then coming back off the break between the doll being and goodwood that It was just again reading between the lines. I just wonder whether who will soon be accidentally wound up for the golden. He ran well I was disappointed that he could win. To be honest but that may be improvement for the run full coming. I wonder though if that improvement is going to just be undone by the fact that the aforementioned sir lucan wasn't given overly hard time by frankie and he has. He has had an awful lot to do. He had to come from a long long way back. I know he was a little bit outpaced. I don't mind that because we're talking about For but really we're talking about the saint leger and heading for a modest six and it's okay to get outpaced at a certain point because ultimately you're going to be really staying and staying strongly towards the finish and that's exactly what so has done. He has stayed on very very strongly prior to this run. He had beaten wordsworth he. And this is where it's great to be able to talk to a nebr- on the final furlong podcast. Because at the start of the season. When i did the stable tour with them i asked him for five horses to follow. I think sir lucan might have been the second dorsey mentioned and that they really really liked him and obviously he was disappointing at sandown and that kind of took him out of the darby reckoning and coolmore ended up only going with one runner in darby who ended up getting injured but has since gone to win. An american bolshoi ballet. We'll see how he does. towards the rest of the season he's next is next starred whose navin were he beats wordsworth wordsworth francs dot form by being placed. It roy ascott being placed in the irish darby and being placed in the chrome pre debris. And so luke. And actually speaking tena brian. Then for roy. Las scott I was mentioning certain. And he said ono he won't be running to which i replied. Oh has he picked up an injury. No no no no. It's just wanna keep him for the back end of the season. Meaning the saint leger. And i thought this was a really taking run to the point. That immediately backed him for the st leger and managed to get double figure. Price went back and he was tens is very mind. I'm talking to chaban on talksport. And i'm trying to do these things at the same time. Because i know what's going to happen is going to get cost and The the second part was tens and by the summit. Go back in again. These aids. And i'm like i leave. I'll leave it now. But i would love to to get your take on on his run what you thought of his performance. I obviously i think that he's got the minerals to win the st leger. Well i think in a normal year possibly.
"mongan" Discussed on The Birth Ease Podcast
"Likely to be described as calm content and happy as both babies and older children. The hip no birth babies were more likely to be reported as good sleepers as well as easy and alert baby's mother's spawn lee remark on the deep connection bonding present with their babies that took place during their pregnancies. These benefits extend beyond grooming and provide valuable life enhancing skills that can be used for the rest of their lives and so as mentioned in the orlando sentinel. Hypnosis has been effectively used as far back as the early eighteen hundreds. it saw a resurgence. In the nineteen fifties and in fact a friend of mine was an ob nurse and worked for an obstetrician who ferries successfully used tip notice with his patients in the nineteen fifties. I own a copy of childbirth with hypnosis by william s croker md from the nineteen sixties. And it's really a fascinating book. I'm just gonna say there's parts of it that reflect the time period in which it was written that pale medical perspective on thing women from the nineteen sixties and that's a whole nother discussion. However hip number thing. The manga method was first established in nineteen eighty nine when murray manganze own daughter was expecting her first child murray mahnken began holding classes and hypnotic birthing and around the same time. Michelle leclair created a hypno- birthing program. It's my understanding that there was a court battle between the two regarding who had legal rights to use the term. Hypno- ker thing. Marie mongan passed away in june. Two thousand nineteen and i feel incredibly grateful to have met her and learned from her. She truly was a pioneer in both the world of hypnosis and natural birth and she has us a powerful legacy kerry tishkov the founder of hypno- babies began her career in burs saddulah and chopper educator in nineteen eighty nine. She was bradley method instructor for fifteen years. And then she became a hypno- per thing instructor. As i mentioned earlier. She felt that there were elements missing from the hip knicker thing course as a result. She created her hip. No babies painless girth program which includes medical hypno- anesthesia techniques designed specifically for childbirth. Mckay mongan felt that carry appropriated the foundations of her hip nursing. Course and lengthy legal battle ensued. I feel that this is a part of why the hypnosis thing institute and the hypno- babies nap or became so strict about instructors being.
All About Birth Hypnosis
"Mentioned. The words labor and delivery too many women and thoughts of excruciating pain and prolonged agony harsher to surface more and more women everywhere are searching for alternative ways to relieve labor pain techniques such as bradley method in the mas two forms of natural childbirth are popular with expected moms but many say that once the pain of contractions start the techniques. Go out the window. One technique that is gaining popularity with women and members of the medical community is hypno- thing. Hypno- birthing combines hypnosis with comprehensive topper education relaxation imagery exercises and positive affirmations to believe the pain associated with labor and delivery michelle smith of saint cloud a certified hypnotist thing practitioner in to la or birth assistant acknowledges that there are similarities between the different methods of natural childbirth. But says the use of hypnosis makes hypno- birthing a more effective pain reducing technique. It's like getting a very powerful extra tool to release fear and to create deeper more profound relaxation. Smith's that the hypno- birthing program was developed in nineteen eighty nine by clinical hypnotherapist. Marie mongan and it is based on the work of an english. Obstetrician dr grant. Dick read considered by many to be the father of modern natural childbirth. Dick read believes that pain in in childbirth was brought upon by what he called the fear tension paint syndrome when a woman is afraid she gets tense which brings resistance and pain.
"mongan" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"mongan" Discussed on Seven: Disturbing Chronicle Stories of Scary, Paranormal & Horror Tales
"Our best fiends. Two women and a child were slain in the shooting at South. Carolina's rave now mobile home park. The victims were Alex Mongan Twenty, nine and Betsy Munger fifty five along with her eight year old daughter Armani Mungo to make matters worse Alex was pregnant with twins at the time of her murder. The unborn children were viable at the time of her death raising the body count to five deputies apprehended Kenneth Ankle Twenty three as he fled the trailer park. With Kawana Mongan who he shot in the leg, Kawana survived the three victims and the mobile home were not so lucky a four month old baby was found unharmed in the residence authorities believed a domestic dispute led to the violence. One was four months pregnant with Kennedy's child. When she discovered, he was sleeping with another woman. Kenneth was charged with three counts of murder and one count of attempted murder. He was tried and convicted and given five life sentences. On April, twenty second two, thousand, Sixteen, eight members of Ohio's rodent. Family were murdered execution style ranging in age from sixteen to forty four, the victims were found in four separate mobile homes a marijuana grow operation near the murder scene. Let some to believe that a Mexican cartel was involved authorities insist the murderers are locals Kenneth Road in forty four was shop in a trailer on East? Four. Road Christopher and senior forty and Gary Road and eight. Were found dead in a trailer they shared on union road clearance. Frankie Road and twenty and his fiancee Hannah Kylie nineteen for murder. Next to their two infant children who were both spared Dana thirty seven and her two children Hannah nineteen in Christopher. Junior sixteen died in a trailer together. Hannah's five day old daughter was found alive authorities were able to move three of the mobile home murder scenes twenty two miles to a command center for further study. Next police responded to an early morning emergency call from a confused man claiming three of his friends were dead authorities track the callers GPS to a mobile home east of Lacey Washington Abon arriving authorities discovered half a pound of meth heroin cash and guns along with the bodies of two men and a woman the man who called in the report was found alive in the driveway with. A gunshot to the abdomen neighbors reported hearing three gunshots around nine pm the night before the victims were Gerald burkey thirty, six, Jackson Edens, twenty eight and Theron McGrath thirty one burkey received multiple gunshot wounds including one to the hand ends died from a single to the head shot to the back of the neck killed McGrath authorities found and arrested Dugan Lawton twenty four with the murders. And finally in Texas authorities indicted William Hudson thirty three for the murder of six people at Anderson County campsite according to. Survivor Cynthia. Hudson initially approached on attractor offering to help their vehicle out of the month after drinks Hudson went on a rampage he and a few of the family members left for high gunshots were heard Hudson was the only one to return from the high. He chased Carl and Hannah Johnson to their RV where he shot them one family member was able to survive. Cynthia. Johnson remained hidden through the carnage authorities arrested Hudson the following day. Search of the area revealed blood on Hudson's tractor abon approaching the house police saw blood on Hudson's clothing. They coaxed Hudson out authorities discovered the bodies of three men and a boy in a pond behind Hudson's house the bodies belong to Austin and Nathan camp and Hannah Johnson's six-year-old son cade during the investigation of authorities discovered that William Hudson was angry because his Family sold their land to the family. He had fond memories of it with his father who died the year before when they raise cattle on the Land William Hudson was given the death penalty. Thank you for listening to this edition of Seven. Make sure you subscribe on Apple podcast. So you never miss an episode I'm your host.
"mongan" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"It could be the best story of the week where he to win Obviously, we know he was purchased for what six and a half thousand pounds racecars tar, and so we're GonNa no-one tain race with men over three quarters of a million or over courtroom in your even, and it would be I group one for all connections. So I I'll be shouting for him Bush. told the dependence on wanting to come over the huge amount of respect for key immoral Michael God's has done really well with sprinting in the past and I told her last run. was. The best we've seen from her and if she can continue to step forward like. What was it just behind? The weather forecaster here is meant to be good. He's not dependent on it but I think he he would operate on a better than a lot of other horses a wouldn't bet against him. He's washed. Glass slippers is is rated superior Bush. Is like key more. I think he's a horse all season anytime I've gone against him. He's he's beaten me. So I'm not gonNA make the same state for a third time so he goes stick with may challenge. With respect Brooklyn grow the radio. Glad English. Traders are coming over because only for them would be. Like speaking callers and make a challenge I've been mopping up six and seven furlong races all year this is a myth and it's all going to occur the last night. He won't over six and he said that he taught he's best. That's why so we're GONNA vote finance happy days It does not look as though now he's still in it but what you're saying and choose from is a doubtful runner. So this would have been pathetic without all the UK runners. So thankfully, they are coming over and they've been mopping-up in these races, Jay, Leno Times against you. So who is your best bet for the weekend? No matter what he says. What does he? I think as rory liberty she drips in the market all the better. Alright I'm sticking with fancy blue. Peaceful for Jane Mongan, wise words, and Rory's with her as well. Jane. You're rt all. We think you can watch not on the player in the UK. I think you can I don't think the GEOTECH taking kicks in. So Final Furlan podcast listeners in the UK can watch you there. But here in Ireland will be shooting in as well. Yourself and you cal.
"mongan" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Know. This always possible is on something we'll give but the way the way I see this risk ponding night is the geof Williams. We'll be Ziying even at all on this. Before the the forecast is that. Gas To beat some. Pizza scientists because the ron style seems to as well. So I think we may have larger value through the season in that regard, the A great example. Of that and if you want, you want to be combined with either theory about Seoul's US each way as well, and that's the way you fancy a budget behind the blast. So it's so for Jane Megan and for Roy. With gay and sets us in the forecast for rory the coolmore America Justify Matron stakes the group one Roy Moore confirmed to right fancy blue for Bryan, who's currently two point eight, seven and folding all the time in the market peaceful for eight and a Brian who he did say on the show on Tuesday when he joined me that this was very. Much a case of her starting back and they always did see her as a middle distance some maybe the mile will be a little bit too short for, but it was interesting to say that she's in a nice place to start back. You didn't sound too bullish and she has drifted a little bit three point two five currently Albina for just. Foley six point zero and then shampoo say the first of the martyr team. We call and Keenum Boorda's ten point zero and notable with kieren fallon onboard for Johnny to eleven point zero obviously carline mercy will be cheering on both Jane Mongan Fancy Blue Peaceful. We saw them clash in the one thousand Guineas where peaceful came out on top then over ten furlongs in the pre Diane, we're fancy blue gutter revenge can fancy blue succeed back over the mile. lucky. You completely burst my level air now I was so going strong on each Falente League told me agents comments there i. Caught. Pizza was the Best Galina the. and. We all talk going on guineas day that peace would need for me. But when she went forward at the Curragh, she relaxed better than she did in France, it suited her because she made it a true run mile and she and she wanted Fonsi blue flying home I think was probably another contender for further than Wade Realistically And if you take the we beginning farm literally So, wonderful is only a head off fancy blue interred. So she's a long list price for each way pointers. If you think if you're if you're looking for something a bit different Bush piece when for me, I think. It was blatant for everybody to see in the end that she was she was in A. Fight, with famous for much of the race, she's just a short hander nick off plane star Pencil blue with dot ruin whereas you've got the run of the race. I? Think she could turn it around I. Know It's charter her best but I also, it's probably short a fancy blue best as well. New Yorker I remember being supplemented for an Irish Derby. She's disappointed. Bush obviously has shown ability that she could bounce back for probably another philly that needs further than a mile. Beena. has disappointed should have one last time realistically we excuses when she went off favorite for two guineas with the ground was too quick well. Going to be pretty quick persona imagined as well. Shumpert. Elisa's don't nothing but improve calling keen on but I would imagine for the murder team. No, it all is is the first take she's very coffee philly. What if I can't get away from the from the three more phillies if you're on each way punter, you might think I mudd putting up. So wonderful way but. She yes. She has shown signs of the fact that she's a little bit on genuine but she's full of talent immense talent and the fact that she'd want her last two might just work for her confidence. Bought peaceful for me can turn the tables with. Twenty six point. Oh, about so wonderful peaceful who Jane is going to stick with though to beat fence he blew. A. He blew the one thing I will say about this race is fancy. Blue is the horse the Middle List source. And exactly Jane said that's kind of the issue. Here is the got to horses toward the top of the market who are quite short who are almost certainly going to be better long-term over further and we already know that would fancy blue. So perhaps, this is a race where we'll see a little bit of an upset that being said, Leopardstown does require that little bit of stem particularly as you approach to finish and it's interesting the Donegal Brian is chosen to come here a not. The Irish champion stakes and I don't think they would have been tilting windows their. Rory. The matron stakes what's your take? Remarkably.
"mongan" Discussed on Get Your Glow Back
"Really simple yet remodeling so it's hugely about the breath right a lot of breathing techniques meditation techniques. Can you walk us through one of the mind. Now you've got your wonderful combat technique just so we can sought to experience at right now you know. Most people probably listening headphones look in the kitchen cooking dinner where they listen to it but maybe we can just take a moment to experience the power of mindfulness and breath because I think sometimes year realized however until you do it exactly great. Yes so we can definitely do that exercise. We'll do the CUMBRAE so this is for you to use at any time. It can help you to relax any stage. It's really really useful in between contractions. You can use it to help you wind down to sleep and in the early stages of labor anytime really whenever you want to feel a little bit more calm and grinded. This one is brilliant though for the combat. You're out bread is twice as long as you're in breath so if you like counting during your breath it's as simple. Let's counting in for four and for Ace. So what we recommend. Is that if you place one hand on your harsh on the other hand on your belly now close your eyes gently an try together breathing in through your nose for four Ashtray knows for Ace. Phyllis try that kind thing breathing in two you three four act two three four five six seven hate so important to note that you won't be experiencing contractions all the time during your labor and discount. Bread is great inbetween. Waves saves to recenter and refocus. And it's great for Dads as well do you can use it. Any stage during your labor is fantastic. I felt so relax. So Beautiful Irish voice so yeah we find heap doing the breathing exercises if you feel anxious or stressed any stage this it just perfect. Yeah you don't have to be pregnant. Can Be stress at work. Coffee shop greatly labs so so. Let's talk a little bit about how you guys got together. You both on an peanuts. which had Michelle already on the podcast? And she's fantastic. Ah Yeah if you haven't had already is an APP that connects MOMS and are linked to that because he can get stuck into into that one if you want to learn more to you guys connected together and you both had different births but you both described them as dream breath for ut. You say I would love to know America. What was your birth like? I'm why was it your dream breath. Well when I was pregnant I met closer through peanut. She was really positive about the experience she'd had. She told me everything was great and she'd had such a wonderful experience. She gave me a book on Hypno- breath in the restaurant. We Matt it was it was very serendipitous and I'd heard from other friends about Hypno- breath and wants to know more read. The book did a course which really really resonated with me and my husband and he was really involved Mars pregnant. My main fear was the thing. People don't like to talk about was tearing thing and ripping and I was so terrified of that in the beginning I thought maybe the easiest way is to have a C. section because then it's not going to happen but once I understood the techniques techniques behind what we are talking about mindfulness and mindfulness for your birth. I realized that actually when you're in control it's so much better better. There's nothing to be worried about. There's nothing to be afraid of it and you can make decisions for yourself and for your baby best for you guys. I felt so much more empowered art so on the day I decided I needed to be in water for pain. Relief never really planned on having a water breath but I ended up staying in. I was in the right center. Everything was just went perfectly. My little daughter swum out into the world about four hours after we arrived in the breadth center. And I shouldn't cry. She just came up onto my test and it was quite primal. You kind of go back into yourself. I was focused on. My breathing. Wasn't talking to anybody the the light through down and it just progressed. Really really well. And I was just very proud of myself my baby and my husband and it was so empowering that we afterwards couldn't stop talking about how positive orbits were and just wondered why everybody doesn't do this because it's so logical it's based in science and it works. Why wouldn't anybody want to at least help themselves and help the experience be the best experience can be for something that is so life changing right? It's life changing for everybody. Involved that if you can make a positive and you can own it yourself. It's such a good thing absolutely when we started the mindfulness techniques it should be the beginning of your pregnancy towards the end. When is it good to start preparing yourself birth? We always recommend that or dream Mama's start from anytime from twenty weeks honor. It's with my experience. I started quite in early on but I hadn't actually taken a course so I was definitely the spreadsheet Mama organizing everything in preparing as best I could so when I came across Hypno- breath thing is a little bit thrown off by the name first of all 'cause I couldn't understand hip number thing I just ended really really weird to me but the more I looked into it the more I realized there's actually so much science and research research behind this method and it is really an age old method as well so like learning all about Dash. I read an amazing book by Marie Mongan and then I kind of just started from there but what I found was really missing was a course that was more of a mindful breathing approached because with mindfulness. I feel like it's a life long skill. You can take with you because me and my partner Michael. We're very big into meditation already anyway. So what we couldn't really find anything that was a mix of like mindfulness and hip number. Anything thank the towards the end of my pregnancy. We did do epinal. Bracing course quite late actually has thirty seven weeks and I felt the main reason for doing the course was to bring Michael Up to speed. Because I had advent all these weeks preparing myself was during the course where I find God. This whole hip number thing and mindful breathing needs a complete rebrand. I find find it was very I dated the waves delivered was a little bit old fashioned and I felt like you know. We're at the digital generation. We love things simple modern and beautiful full and especially when you're pregnant. I think he just want everything to be beautiful and simple. So we kind of had sparked an idea right there and then to be honest but it wasn't really until after I had my breath authorize realized why okay there is really something in this because with my breath. I had my baby born on Christmas morning so it was an exciting time but also was very stressful. Time not could even feel at when I came into the hospital as soon as I walked in the door is it felt like very chaotic very short soft and there was a lot of women coming in because around Christmas. Time is when you're at home with your family. There's a lot of oxytocin flowing which is the hormone. The love hormone can actually kickstart Labor. So for a lot of women you were g around Christmas. It seemed like we all arrived in it. The exact same time and it was a struggle even to go to bed so I think there is moments of my breath rise in my zone completely calm almond relaxed and then I would like to have a edge through so I kind of have to constantly bring myself back into that relaxed state because when you're in labor you can either right. Being stressed stay or relaxed at. You can't be in both the Times. Those one second understood had the mind body worked. It was just a great way to be like okay. I need to work hard to kind of make myself stay in the relaxed state. No matter what birth pop it takes so with my labor happened very quick. Even the midwife was a bit shocked he was like. Oh Gosh as you think you would be this because your mom. Yeah and another interesting thing happened to my breath that I think is definitely worth noting is even though I was mindful breathing in practicing all Herreid I still has little tiny bit of fear about pain and I had heard a lot of horror stories about how even with my sisters sisters and my friends saying they missed echoed euro-mark because they left it too late and then they're wearing till I get it so I was really kind of scared that might happen if I might need it because I think things the jerome pain relief are there are amazing tools to have if you need it so I went ahead aspirin epidurals and the needs to three Nice Guy came to give my drill when he he was actually inserting the needle. He hit a nerve in my leg and my leg loosely jumped off the table and like this like heavily pregnant lady just jumping off table. I was like Oh my God I have a nursing background as well so I just thinking of all sorts of things and we're completely normal when you're getting in something like APPA Journal it's very easy to hit a nerve because this company nerves there so he reassured me and said it's fine. Look you have the APP. It's all is okay. As I who case then I was thinking I need everyone has when the amateur which they all say gopher this nap so I went for a little map. We're about like forty five minutes and then after I topped out of bed when took off a makeup refreshed my face and kind of started doing a lot of positive affirmations preparing myself I went for a walk up and down the corridor and then I really started to feel that kind of pressure. That was like a kind of giveaway. Find that things are GonNa really happen so went and delivered my baby and and afterwards which I think is so remarkable the next day the same midwife he was with me was on the next day in the Post Award. I thank you so much epidurals worked amazingly like I'm so got I got that and he does look to me was like Oh. We didn't actually give you the epidural. 'cause we hit in your leg and you seem very possibly damaging your leg. We decided to put the dressing on. And just tally the aperture all always like a what. Oh my God so you didn't have it and then I was just automatically thinking of all these things I was like. Oh my God yeah. I didn't have it there. Wasn't anyone topping up and I didn't have a catheter as walking around I could feel a lot of the stuff happening but it was just the whole thing just blew me away. It was like the mind body connection is so strong. I had the placebo effect of EPA drill an issue like some parts of my brain was just like yeah. Let's not tell you the whole story because because obviously I knew if I really thought about it that I didn't have the aperture. Oh but I just was like Yep have their patrol now so that was a really really interesting. That got is really interesting. But it's also nice to hear from me because I think a lot of times when you meet people who about Hitler birthing or they're like no drugs. It's bad for you and I think sometimes that's really intimidating people because I do think Hitler birthing really works people but I think sometimes and they needed a little bit of a combination of both. They need more how I think what he's already defend on. I think is really nice that you guys allowing the space. Yeah definitely as saying the tools are there if you need them so if you need a C. Section you have one you.
"mongan" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"And I can't for the life in the you know, you start thinking about the last place clubs. And you know how a team like the Phillies could pick one of those corpses. I, I really can't think of a great slam dunk match. Hey, go get X and he's going to replicate mccutchen numbers. I don't know what they're gonna do now. No, I agree. I was going through the roster's yesterday. And I just, I couldn't find names, I felt names that row K. And they've got a couple of. Okay. Guys in the roster. But there's nobody, I think who's can be as good as how Andrew had been in the first couple months of this year. I, I wanted to ask you about also Riley. Early, because I remember you know, the first Sunday night, when we had him, always at ten days ago in Saint Louis, you know, hearing your voice in describing Austin Riley as a rookie player because a lot of times when guys have early success. You're feeling is okay. Let's wait for the league to adjust, but the nature of what he's doing and how he's doing it just jumps out at me. I think it jumps out of you based on howling hearing you describe him last night. They're trailing in the seventh inning. And he goes up. Oh for a three run. Homer every other game. He's hitting a home run. It seems like every game. He's impacting in one way or another. I'm not applying that small sample size to this guy. What do you think? Yeah, I think I tend to agree with you. And, you know, the information that you had on our Sunday night show weeks ago when you talk to his high school coach and at that line that he fails better than anybody that, that high school coach at ever been around sure enough. We saw that play out in. That very game had a bad day defensively. And then stepped up at the plate and helped deliver a key hit in, in the comeback rally. You know, sometimes a rookie player will come up and flash and then fit in as kind of a ancillary guy a role player flash. And then he turns into a good player on a good team long-term Riley's, flashing and selling maiden. He can be the guy around whom the rest of the team revolves he, but he might be better than just a guy that connects the lineup which was what I kinda thought after the league adjusted after that kind of two month indoctrination period were off. I thought that's maybe what he would turn into. I I'm starting to agree with you. I think that he could turn into a star ended up himself and the every bit as important to that lineup as in a kunia or a Freeman. And think about that. That's that's a, that's a pretty crazy thing too. To envision, but he looks like he could be that good one hundred percent as high school coach Mark Mongan at two sodo central high school in Mississippi and last one, four I wanted to ask about what rob Manfred said yesterday about the netting. Of course, that conversation came up last week after the foul ball, hit the little girl in Houston Manfred told reporters, he does not expect teams to make changes to the protective netting around ballparks during the season, he does expect conversations to continue his quote was look, I think it is important that we continue to focus on fan safety, we talked about this, in our production meeting the other day, Matt how I feel like looking at Neville ably..
"mongan" Discussed on Channel 33
"I mean, it is really a kind of high class turf war for the White House beat is it none. Yeah. I mean you can certainly see. I mean this is this is a separate from the argument of veracity. I mean and journalistic ethics and everything else, you definitely see some people whose reactions are I'm you talk about people who are who are working to beat every day. There are people who in so much some of these accusations are probably true. There are people who are who probably been trying to source them in to the degree that they're allowed to publish them for months or years. Right. And so there's, there's going to be some pushback, just from sort of a turf war perspective on that. And then yeah. And then there's the, the part where you say something that's not that's demonstrably, not true. And you don't really know what your places journalists how you can react to that. I mean, there you know, there is I think with the last book, and there's certainly been other other, you know, Trump exposes in the past couple of years, that fit into this mole where you. You can see some journalists that are, especially like the folks on TV that are sort of viscerally, relieved that somebody went out there and said it, so that it can be discussed openly. Now, you know, and they don't have to have that on there had that onus on themselves to have broken the story or relate, something that might be that might be, you know, uncouth or whatever. But, but, you know, this, this instance, in may because the second book, maybe because I don't know, the floodgates are a little bit open. It feels like there's a little bit more of a exasperation with, with this one. All right. David dance time for the overwork Twitter, joke of the week where we celebrate a gag. That was so obvious that all of media Twitter made it at exactly the same time, did you see David the tweet from NBA insider, Shams Toronto on Friday, quote, the Los Angeles Clippers have been fined fifty grand by the NBA for violating the league's anti-tampering rule when Doc Rivers publicly commented on Koa Leonard. It was an overworked Twitter joke to write the clippers really are the new. The lakers. Thanks to Joseph Mongan yellow for that one by the way, did somebody someday someone's going to have to explain why a coach saying that a player is really good in public constant for this. This would I truly didn't understand. It's an if you if you can have a different level of contract. You're like that you can make more money, if you make the all NBA team, a certain number of times, I think if you make the all NBA team, a certain number of times in everyone's just allowed to say they want you on their team. I think that's I we I think we can write that into the vilo I really I don't I cannot possibly comment on the idea that quiet Leonard is a great basketball player, certainly would want him on my squad. Mean just simply just becomes comic. All right. David don't know if you stayed up late for the crazy heavyweight title fight on Saturday night, but a seemingly very out of shape guy named Andrew Louise junior and knocked out knocked out Anthony Joshua to become the heavyweight champion of the world. And if you saw Ruis, she was not the body, beautiful as brand getting noted during the broadcast, it was an overweight Twitter job, to say, I'm just so proud to have the same physical, dimensions as the heavyweight champion of the world that was one. And I don't know if you saw this, David Ruiz came to his victorious post fight news conference in a Knicks jersey. We just got a funny. Yes. Lot of nicks jokes. The best of which was, this is the first time anyone under the age of forty six as seen a man in the Knicks jersey holding proof of a championship. Great stuff there. All right. It's good. Some rolling items for you this room, the dispatches from hell category. By the way, every media story now, almost think that, like we should just have a Charlie Worzel bat signal just go up because it's really not a Howie Kurtz world anymore for media reporters. It's Charlie Warsaw world..
"mongan" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"About the election, quote inside Trump's circle this power of illegal immigration to manipulate popular sentiment was readily apparent and his advisors brainstormed methods for keeping their attention adult boss on message the needed a trick. And a monarch device in the summer of two thousand fourteen they found one that clicked according to Sam Nunn Burke, who worked with Trump during this period Roger stone, and I came up with the idea of the wall, and we talked to Steve Bannon about it. It was to make sure Trump talked about immigration, initially, Trump seemed indifferent to the idea, but in January two thousand fifteen he tried it out at the freedom summit a presidential cattle. Call put on by David Bossi's group, citizens United one of his pledges was I will build a wall and the place just win. That's. That's what you're talking about. It's like with the socks knows. That's something. That'll stick in people's exactly. You gotta drive them. I think that is his major contribution hundred percent hundred percent. That's why even when he's fired people keep them. So Roger stone stole his catchphrase about Florida from a nineteen forty one novel O M, Somerset, mon- or Mongan. I don't know how to pronounce it. But I've seen that name before. Wow. Yet, another uncovered you. Shady son of a bitch. So. What's funny to this is almost like when you go to jail, and you don't want anybody to mess with you. See just throw human poop on you. Yeah. And everyone's scared to touch you. I think he plays so dirty in so gross. That people are like, I know he's doing something legal, but I don't wanna fight with him because he fights like a homeless person. Yeah, he's going to bite and scratch and stab. He's it's so bizarre. How broken this guy? I didn't think during this conversation out actually feel sorry for this guy. But that's what I do. There's a deep core of sadness to. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It becomes clear. The more you dig into like what he's done his whole life. That's the Justice is. Yeah, he wants us to think he's strong even calls himself, a bodybuilder and tattoos of man's face on his back that he thinks his strong, and really he's just this insecure. Weak broken laroque little boy. Yeah. Yeah. They all are at some. Yeah. Yeah. Now stones time with the Trump campaign did not last. All that long in August of two thousand fifteen after a performance in one of the Republican primary debates that was wrongly considered to be disastrous for the Trump campaign. You remember that? Yeah. Yeah. Roger quit or was fired. Roger claims he quit at least Trump says that he fired Roger Roger says that he quit and basically fired Trump from anyway, it's. Who knows they each side? He was getting too much airtime for Trump's tastes..
"mongan" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"He just struggles a small bitch when it soft. So really that's my only concern because I think he's he's show, and is not suit starts that he that he is rock solid and at this level in these conditions. The faster they go with a better, Anita imagine. Hopefully, the likes of not for news was okay after this. There was a heavy fall. And hopefully, he'll come back and run of the article because low or. Front there the race. The happier. They serve to be for the rich Burke Mangla Khanna's fold into pieces. Disappointed. No. Yeah. They wrote them more forwardly as I talked to my sports disappointed. This appointing though, dress up and forcibly also ever at a super rice Jim quickly. He he continues to do everything. Right. He jumps grace. I mean mistake at one, but he jumps grace so Conwell around. He's just not as good as the Raisch bark at the manage Bush locally Harrison his own right crushing for. Void arrays memories of spread winter fall. Paul talented face. I the ground Jesus. Why met him go walking into the racist? And follow a day is is those was wrapped up at best since I was so should've after you got yesterday. And he said you'll probably wasn't the best idea to go face. First. But yeah, he got so slap on that ground. These tough. It just goes to show you a tough there. And I think it was Declan richest seven the podcast recently that Jamie Moore's a mad bastard. Not the news is a mud bustard. That was absolutely mental. What went on? He was making a burst for the wrong chorus. And then just when flying through the railings and absolutely chaos your assessment of the race. Jane mongan. It was good. I was furry bicycles. I I was I was pleased Lewisburg did what he did. Because I was hoping he would Langley can yes, he's gone down in the fewest missions and awesome them. He's very admirable. He's just unlucky. Dusters harse of Louise Brooks Cass around at the same time as him. He'd have to grade one wins on today's name only for this road. Arrive was taking on knocking noose over the first. And obviously not canoes departed the second. It was an interesting change of tactic. They were going lickety-split eventually canoe Scutt in so deep to the second that he couldn't couldn't get it. He's learning euros you. He was completely landing vertically towards grown both the race kind of fell apart is as you said like what couldn't maintain the pace coming to the last. He was coming back. And Mark just got a nice sought up the inside it. I don't think we learned. Evans says he's injured goo ground. We've seen him to great effect on the terrain this year. And he's he's just sees very very good question for Kevin awesome them wasn't given an entry for the J LT. So is he going to go there? I'd say writer. It hasn't been discussed yet now. But I'd be suggested he might get an entry in the ground on. You will lose the. Okay. Just just to see. And he rated high Easter ground came up soft and the ARCO. No, he could take his sons. He's good Ross Bush. It's just unfortunate this, you know, he he's gonna play second fiddle Hillerich Brooke everyday to makes. Yeah. Quite possibly quite possibly. To he is what he is. He's he does Everton right. But he's just following a shade shore at the medicine. He's got a rape. No one fifty two in Ireland today or yesterday should say, so that's plenty Bush, but we'll see we'll see the looking f- could've gone the Keough, and he'll probably get enough in the Trudeau time will tell..
"mongan" Discussed on First Take
"But it's also like because you now have African American writer directors producers, the Kugler, for example user, Black Panther representation. You know, honestly, like be able to see yourself in those characters on screen now, you believe that you can do to, you know, but I painted this painting the day for these kids this Halloween seeing so many children walking around dressed up like kill Mongan and door Malaysia. I felt proud and powerful. Even with Ryan Kulu. The first time I got on the first time we work together on fruitvale station, then that's home do create now panther. Thank you so much. But now I want to direct. I don't think I would have had that Embiid so early in my life if I had seen he spent Ryan cooler do what he's doing. Special over the years. You know? So that's the that's the power movie is the power of cinema. That's the power representation. So let me go back to Cree to for second. That Russia looked pretty damn big. Yeah. He's pretty he's. Okay. Okay. I mean, he looks. He looks pretty damn big. I guess what I'm asking, you know, when you put on these panels. Yes. Okay. What can we expect from this movie? I want to know what we can expect from this movie. That's what I'm gonna ask. 'cause I don't want to give anything away you can expect a lot man honest that we built we built on the characters and the relationships that we built in creed one it's much more than a box and film. It's a lot of heart. Dallas has a family. Now, he has more that he's fighting for is definitely going to be a grudge match to it's going to be a lot of blood. It's going to be some action you cry. You'll laugh you'll be happy. You'll be angry. It's it's a full and you'll be you'll be scared of the of the opponent to easily. He looks this dude to make him look small. He did a good job. Did a good job APR? Session cleaned it up. But thank you very much. Thank.
"mongan" Discussed on This Is Only A Test
"She becomes a plea that including long slow, MO shots running over bridges collapsing and stuff, but father McNulty from the wire, hams it up Dominic Mongan. Yes, yes. Terrific. I just found it very enjoyable. I normally get mad about bad dump plot stuff, and that movie I just found regularly enjoyable and let me let me recommend you watch Michael fasteners, assassin's creed film. I try. Eighteen minutes, shake, Chilin hall. Prince of Persia that that assesses creed took itself so seriously assesses Crete does take. But the the two major movie. I, like I said, I found it more enjoyable than I expected did we do? I don't know if we talked about this, but the new assassins there's a damning by faint praise more enjoyable than I expected Adam Savage. The to the creek game that came out. Last fall did something they've never done before because they build these incredibly massive or Nate recreation of historical place. Yeah. And they actually had a mode that you could flip onto just go explore the world and not to get one. That's all I wanted to anything. Yeah. No, I know. I know that's what you're looking for. Yeah, I hope that like what we have to buy to enjoy this by the normal game and you can. Weekend, we can. But like playing open world games like the new Spiderman games that set in Manhattan in like the seems like maybe that star tower, it has Kanda thing. Okay. It's something, but it has anyway. His own, like my my the point is my daughter has been swinging around in this fake, speak basic fake Manhattan. Yeah, and she's like that I need to go to central park. Can you help me get there? And I'm like, oh, greatest thing I've ever. It's like it's like like she doesn't. She doesn't ever fight people's. He doesn't want to do anything. She just wants to swing. Yeah, she wants to be Spiderman. She's a lover non without punching. Exactly. All right. Yeah, we've been doing a lot of movies because we're trying to binge all make use of theater to theater before baby comes for baby. So in the past three weeks seen the predator. How that six. Ten. Six. It's a comedy. No, I was told it was a comedy there. They try to be funny, Shane, black rights really funny. Yeah. You have shamed black jokes here and the there to predators. The first pirate looks really great. Second better dozen, so good. So they rewrote the last third of the movie because test screening God. Predator. Sure. Like, how does this society of people whose entire goal is to rip skulls spines off of people work? Are they like predator, Barbara's and predator chefs can. Is there like a predator asking too many questions, these guys are the guys that we see in the. The the predator franchise has my my favorite tagline in movie history, which is predator too, which takes place any Glover. And the tagline is he's in town with a few days to kill good. It's so good. But yeah, like like, are these the civil war reenactor is of the predator world that we see going out and living the way things used to be like Steve accounting, man look, look, Shane, I don't wanna see your. Here's the bright of the predator. That's my question. The choker making his actually the reason these predator movies don't feel great because the first film it was shouted, mystery. The reason the predators invisible isn't just because it's a cool fact. It's because they never wanna show you what this monster looks like and the shock of the month or the end. An amazing such a great line in the first movie when that happens the you're. So it's one of the coolest aliens ever will it took the good lesson of jaws and applied it exceptionally well, which is d- yeah, do you know how they did that? Invisibility effect. You told me the other day. It was that that those facts, the invisibility effect, specifically redone by a company called r Greenberg associates out of New York. A really high end special effects shop in the eighties. You can read all about them in all sorts of different issues in effect. So if you remember the effect had this kind of Lenzing outer steps and the so they had the actor wear red predator suit for high contrast to the green forest behind him. And then they optically printed each layer and road scoped in each of those layers by hand was so painstakingly meticulous kind of thing..
"mongan" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"So go see Glenn. If you're in those areas of the country can just dates on the site and then you guys see you're taking it overseas again and going back to the UK. Yes, the band, what's the band? You have together to play this stuff Glenn who who you playing with? Okay, big question. Just change my mind again, what I wanna do you know that keeps on, you know me. But I wanted to say, I wanted to take the Glenn Hughes, fellow bent out of the equation, something a little bit more. I would consider to be more deep purple, you know, many tights. It's so broad, Jeff Coleman back on Utah. Now he's one of my favorite player in my opinion, can really push the buck like Vaud and Mike Mongan m. a. n. g. n. who plays keyboards with me and not engulfing. You'll be in kings. Kyle, Susan Hammond Onen specialist, and I have an in kind of soundings on from power Brazil. So what I'm saying to you him changing the game up to bring what I consider to be the more appropriate players. But this kind of show. Well, I know Jeff, he's a tremendous player, so that sounds that sounds like it's going to be great. And I mean here in that band play, all this material is just going to be absolutely stellar. Have you recorded any shows doing this Glen for either video or live way? I'm actually now it's starting coating Biro which for me, I'm doing some kind of documentary still for me to get into the Eddie as you know, and we will. We'll be doing some videos of a couple of shows maybe two or three shows on this run, maybe something in Moscow in mid November because I want to get some of this stuff downs before I go somewhere else. You know what I'm going to say. I don't really wanna multi task for this. I wanna continue this by, but I'm doing then use performs classic depot for for the window is open for me to do that. Now what I don't want to confuse anybody. Look, I wanna make record Joseph. On it as you know, I wanna do BCC five when we get around to doing that, everybody's so busy, but this guy you're talking to now I'm bloody busy. So continue. Yeah. Well, of course, it's great to be busy in you certainly are, and you've got some great stuff going on with this. So you are. You did. I know you did to live BCC shows as far as black country communion is concerned. That's going to continue to be a recording project. You're going to like to make a record. You know was such good friends and you know he's so busy living so much. Joe had so much fun watching BCC four that we wanna do on. It's just when not window. Eddie. Keep talking. That's letty window opens where we could actually not just make another record. We can actually go out and play some by some shows. You know, I wanna play some shows and Joe wants to play some shows so long that continuing. Gwen one more thing on purple. You know, the current lineup of the band is actually starting to tour tonight. They're going out on a tour with Judas priest right now, and I'm going to be actually doing a something with them through Mexico for their for their tour there. And this is their final. They're calling the Mexican league at least the the final farewell that they're kind of saying goodbye. So they seem to be winding down. And I know there's only one member of that band that was in the band at the time when you you were of course, and that's Ian pace, but was your, what is your relations with with those guys used to have dialogue with them? I mean. I mean, what was the vibe coming off the rock and Roll Hall of fame? How do you feel about them sort of wrapping? No Eddie..
"mongan" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"Then especial, I've been busy on the golf course. I've been traveling celebrating my wedding anniversary this week, so I got my buddy. Michelle gone dri two to recommend some movies for you instead. So Michelle, do you have two movies that you love that my buddy Adnan Virk in the Sinophile should check out? Probably the trick Tita out, but I would say groundhog day it's one of the best committees best concept best acting. Tells alerts about cinema, editing, cerita lean. It's one of these movies at grew up was not big heat. When he came out in ninety. Three, I think, became more and more important, and I would recommend the Netanya movie called big data in Methodist three aids movie from the sixties. It's committee social committee as Italians weather. The best to do was Muslim attorney Vittorio Gassman, oser attack greater this to me. I can watch every three months. Never be disappointed. Thanks so much Michelle and. Thanks so much Adnan for for having me back on the Sinophile podcast and the lion's den. He's just an average man with an average life, and he's reviews dictate that. I'll read up my alley first and foremost playing spray. Dan stanza kids. I thought it was a little little much every man. I mean, there's nowhere to go down. You can't talk the no country for old men selection or the writing of it. So I, I'm really concerned, we're going, I really resent that open. I always believed it was the things you don't choose that makes you who you are, your city, your neighborhood, your family people here, take pride in these things like it was something they'd accomplished the bodies around their souls. The city's wrapped around those. I lived on this block my whole life. Most of these people have when your job is a fine people who are missing, it helps to know where they started. That is a portion of the wonderful voice over that starts gone baby gone. This is your favorite movie of two thousand seven film based on the novel by Dennis Lehane who also wrote mystic river shutter island, as well as a few episodes of the wire, the film, which was Ben athletes, direct to'real, debut stars, his brother, Casey, and Michelle Montague as private detectives in Boston hired by the aunt and uncle of a four year. Old girl who has gone missing Morgan Freeman plays the police captain in charge of the crimes against children department who begrudgingly assigns two of his men to work with athletic and Mongan..
"mongan" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Watching over them from centered on june seven and surprise condolences from beyond space by it never really got into the nma seen so i i figured we got a request of a long time ago hey why don't you do some animated movies on the show and i said well why don't i do the animated movie and do akita because i'd been hearing about this movie for so long so i'm using this episode as an excuse for me to finally watch this now i'm going to be talking later on in the episode to jonathan clements who wrote the book of at a may hit the enemy encyclopedia as well as a torn of other things and how it's going to be getting into a lot of what some people might think our remedial discussions of animate just because i don't know anything about enemy and i'm coming to this as a complete new so i have to sail garage very happy to hear you say that you had a hard time understanding all the nuances of the film because i've watched it probably four or five times now and i even read the book the while the six books of manga that this is based on that was a bad idea i just want to put that out there that are is a bad idea to to see the movie read the book see the movie again and you know having a couple of screenings on the other side because now i'm even more confused as to what was actually in the movie in what i ever remembering from the book it gets a little weird because as you mentioned goods the movie was made of buffoons two years before otomobil finished his mongan.
"mongan" Discussed on Business Daily
"What we have here is a mafia whose business is to commit fraud with eu funds welcome to carry out the sort of fraud you need more than just a shepherd it's what it requires is a network of people and people with schooling hadn't education people who know how the system works me because the first step in perpetrating missile fool is to set up a complaint on portugal again deputy police commissioner daniele mongan idle his implication is clear this sort of broader eu farm subsidies requires the collusion of white collar workers local lawyers accountants and public sector officials how large defeat the floor this under seal hugh air by letting them the data we got shows that some five billion euros worth of funds been claimed and based on estimates made by giuseppe until she the park ranger the amount defrauded turtles about three and a half billion euros over a period of five years in the netherlands availed inching ground thanks to their investigation into mafia fraud of eu farm subsidies the law was being changed now in italy anyone applying for eu farm funds let's now have antimafia certification but for two separate unthought cheap president of nepalese national park it's all come at a high personal price he's had death threats and now lives under permanent armed guard last year there was an attempt on his life while he was driving through the park late at night if he's alive today he says it's only because deputy police commissioner daniele mangara was following him to keep him safe he told me what happened.