35 Burst results for "Monte"
Bane's 28, Morant's good finish lead Grizzlies past Wizards
"Desmond bane and John Moran carried the grizzlies to their third straight win one O three 97 over the wizards Bane scored 28 points on 9 of 16 shooting for the grizzlies who squandered a 23 point lead Morant shot just 9 of 27 but still finished with 23 points 9 rebounds and 6 assists He had 6 points and a 9 zero run that gave Memphis some breathing room Monte Morris had 18 points for the wizards who played with that Bradley Beal due to health and safety protocols I'm Dave ferry
Bodycam shows wounded Connecticut cop shoot ambush suspect
"Connecticut's office of the inspector general has released body cam or footage of the harrowing moments after a suspect was alleged to have opened fire in Bristol killing two officers Police in Bristol Connecticut believed 35 year old Nicholas brocher ambushed police officers Wednesday night Calling 9-1-1 and then meeting them outside More cars send over crystal Connecticut police officer Alex aio was shot in the leg The 26 year old patrol officer had his body camera running as he sought cover behind a tree The suspect fires more shots as Ari makes his way across a lawn and behind police cruiser The officer then fires a single fatal shot of the suspect striking him in the neck Suspect down Sergeant Dustin de Monte and officer Alex hamsey were killed by multiple gunshot wounds the suspect's brother Nathaniel was shot in both legs The state's inspector general released the footage as part of a preliminary report saying it appears the police involved shooting was justified I am Jennifer King
Two Connecticut Police Officers Fatally Shot
"The story out of Connecticut literally breaks my heart. Two police officers were killed, murdered. When a suspect, and I'm not going to say that person's name, but a suspect staged a fake domestic violence call, which pulled the police officers into the scene, and then when they got there, they were met with gunfire. And because I have this, I guess, connection, this love for law enforcement. I'm going to say the names of the officers who lost their lives and I want to give a little synopsis of their career that was presented by the chief of police out there in Connecticut. The first officer, and I'm going to make sure that I have the names here. The first officer that was murdered officer Alex hamsey, which he was killed at the scene, sergeant Dustin, de Monte, he died later at the hospital, and then Alex Laredo was an officer who was critically injured. Seriously injured, but is going through surgery and we're praying for his recovery. According to what the chief said, officer of sergeant de Monte was 35 years old. It's also a school resource officer at the Bristol schools and an adviser for the Bristol police explorers cadet program. And the people that may not know about the cadet program, it is an extremely invaluable course that young people who aspire to be police officers can go through, they can become cadets. They learn a little bit about policing, you know, obviously they don't have access to having a firearm, but they still go through, they learn how to investigations are done. So young aspiring police officers that are not of age can go through the explorer program, which it takes an incredible officer. It takes incredible person to deal with young people and work with them through the learning curve of being a police explorer. Throughout sergeant de Monte's career, he had received several awards, including the silver star officer of the month, and he was co recipient for officer of the year in 2019. Sergeant Devante is a survivor or survived by his wife to children in one on the way. Which makes it even more upsetting that he had a child on the way and his selfless sacrifice, he lost his life, trying to help another person who was involved or allegedly involved in a domestic violence dispute.
Queen Elizabeth II changed the monarchy forever
"Constant in my life the world mourns Queen Elizabeth II The queen was much more than Britain's monarch she was a sovereign to another 14 nations and a rare figure who was almost universally admired through hemispheres generations social divisions and politics tributes to her have come in from other monarchs leaders dignitaries and rockstars even in places where the relationship with British monarchy is complicated for tributes flowed in India prime minister Narendra Modi said Elizabeth personified dignity and decency in public life while Caribbean leaders from Jamaica to Bermuda Monte death which occurred as several British territories in the Caribbean seek to replace the monarch with their own heads of state I'm Charles De Ledesma
Vierling, Phils star on defense, end Mets' 6-game win streak
"The Phillies made it 13 out of 15 with a two to one ten inning win over the mets New York had won 16 of 18 coming into the game and had a great chance to win it in the bottom of the 9th but stalling Monte was thrown out at the plate by left Fielder Matt vealing The fills then reverse fortune in the top of the attempt to take a two to one lead when Alec baum had a sacrifice fly to right field Not trying to wait around and let him throw me all his stuff just get one over the plate and get it done It wasn't wasn't pretty it wasn't the easiest Started had to probably as fast as sprint speed of the year but it was enough New York's Max Scherzer and Phillies ranger Suarez each gave up just one run in 7 innings as the start is in this pitching duel Time area New York
James Bond Theme Song Composer Monty Norman Dies
"Yesterday a man named Monty Norman died Monte Norman of Monty is best known for writing something that you've all heard, but I bet you've never put a name to it. This poor guy died yesterday at 94 years old and you know him because back in the day he wrote the James Bond theme that signature theme of the James Bond franchise. And the score to the first James Bond film Dr. No. And this guy received royalty payments for the theme from 1962 on and you think creating something so universally known and beloved and so simple yet impossibly strong wouldn't have given him any kind of adjutant in life, right? Oh, but he had some. Because there will always assholes in Hollywood and they're always will be assholes and Hollywood as a long line down here. Even back in the 60s, they were assholes in Hollywood. So this guy writes this magnificent theme that to me is on par with nothing else except maybe the Mission Impossible theme. We're literally everyone who's ever heard it immediately knows what they're about to see and how cool is it that when the end of that theme song plays, it ends with James Bond quickly turning and shooting a bullet at the camera as the screen turns the color of crimson. I love that. But anyway, as the producers were dissatisfied with Norman derangement, some prick named John Barry, these are the people I always tell you, I want to put this fingerprints on things. They want their fingerprints on things because they matter. Some prick named John Barry rearranged the theme just a tweak and then later claimed that it was actually he who wrote the theme song. Took him years. But Norman had to fight him hard and eventually he won two different libel actions against actions for claiming that Daniel was the composer. And the last one was against The Sunday Times in 2001. And this guy Norman, don't feel too bad, went on to collect around $1 million in royalties between 1976 and 1999 for the use of the theme song Dr.
Los Angeles District Attorney Faces Recall Effort
"The district attorney of Los Angeles, George gascon, is facing a recall, much in the same way that the San Francisco DA chesa boudin faced or recall and was in fact unceremoniously recalled and tossed out. Now gascon is basically a clone of boudin. This guy is a complete loser, he is a DA on the side of the criminals, this is a guy who has been battering and weakening, not just the police force, but the prosecutorial force in LA, crime rates have soared in LA. I mean, they've soared another parts of the country too, but more in LA, more in California, more in San Francisco. So gascon and budin are symbols of the worst. Of democratic kind of crime fighting policy. And I want to talk about a specific case a case involving a really bad guy criminal named Justin Flores. So this guy Justin Flores is now accused of fatally shooting to El Monte police department, well, a Corporal and an officer, Michael parades and Joseph Santana. Here's a guy who was facing serious felony charges. And gascon led him out, put him on probation. And this has been by and large the gas on strategy. It's essentially to take criminals who are in a serious, who should be incarcerated, and let them loose, put them on probation. And what is this guy doing? He gets into a domestic dispute that police get reports of a possible stabbing. They show up at the scene, a shootout occurs, and vote the officers are killed.
LA County Citizens Set to Recall DA
"We see DA's around the country letting out criminals and these criminals are pillaging people killing them and also killing officers. There's a way to fix that and your city, if you have a DA dependent on the laws around your state in California, you can recall the district attorney. They've recalled the one in San Francisco, chess of Odin, however you say his name and they are getting enough signatures to recall a gascon. Gascon is responsible for the two officers getting murdered the other day. And I think he's vicariously responsible because the man should have been in prison. He should still be there today. He would have gotten life a life sentence, according to the three strikes rule. Outside of that, they let him do no jail time after being on probation for a gun charge. Then he goes and gets out, gets a gun in a state where he's not supposed to be able to buy guns. He gets a gun and he killed police officers. This is not the only occurrence ladies and gentlemen. And the woke ideology surrounding these particular ideas are baffling to me.
How Much Do Politicians Care for Law Enforcement
"Policing in America, I my heart goes out to the law enforcement officers that are currently still doing the job. I want to encourage them to continue to fight the good fight. I've done the job. I don't know how they do it today. I don't know how you go to work, putting your life on the line with the expectation that the city, the people of the city, politicians would at least have your back if you do what's right. Now we're seeing that the politicians don't have your back and they couldn't care less what happened to you if it's going to save them politically. We see DA's around the country letting out criminals and these criminals are pillaging people killing them and also killing officers. There's a way to fix that and your city, if you have a DA dependent on the laws around your state in California, you can recall the district attorney. They've recalled the one in San Francisco, chess of Odin, however you say his name and they are getting enough signatures to recall a gascon.
Why There Is Another Side to Being a Leftist
"Thank God I was also rescued, not only spiritually, but naturally. And I liked a couple of those two things together because I feel like when I was saved, you know, being born again as a Christian, I could not wait to tell the world what I have discovered. How a gospel transformation has occurred in my life. And then when I woke up and got off the Democrat plantation, I had the same level of energy. That I can not wait to tell as many people as I can, that there is another side to this. I have been lied to. My whole life, by my peers, by people I looked up to, telling me that these political realities that they were brought up to believe were actually true. They're not true at all.
Woke Athletes Should Stick to Sports
"Men and women, the people of America, I am sick and tired of athletes. And coaches who supposed to be shooting three pointers, supposed to be coaching teams, congratulations to Steve Kerr. The only reason he won, he won, right? The only reason that he won because he was the Arizona alumni. But outside of that, you supposed to be doing your thing, but they putting their hands in a politics in ways in which I think are rooted in stupidity. Steve Kerr came out and said and cried about good laws and just country. Enough is enough. And then he runs off the stage. And then Joe burrows, I love that kid, man. If y'all don't know it's the Bengals quarterback right now, I love them when he was in college, LSU won the national championship. I said, man, that kid got hard. Come back season. It was amazing. He got drafted number one overall. He got obliterated his first year because officer line was blocking as if they only had one leg. And then he came back and he went to the championship and I rooted for him. I said Joe burrow, I hope that you win this thing and be an upset. You know, be a part of an upset victory. However, I have since changed my mind because I believe he's going to walk in and woke. So I don't believe me. Wrote a clip. You know, you're not going to outline everything you got to at least make it harder to get those crazy guns that everybody's using. I don't think you should be able to just walk in there and buy one. You got to be able to go through a rigorous process to be able to buy something like that, I think. So, you know, hopefully the people that get paid to make those decisions figure that out, my job is to play football, but hopefully the politicians can figure that one out.
Cattle Ranchers May Have Been Responsible for Cattle Deaths
"I was incorrect and did not have the full information about the cattle that had passed away in Kansas. The story has reported how the story is being reported that there was at least 10,000 cattle that had passed away due to a heat wave. Now, in my mind, because I have zero adequate knowledge around cattle ranching, and also I have skepticism that's a mile long when it comes to our government and I'm slightly a conspiracy theorist. I believe that there could have been a nefarious cause to the cattle losing their lives. However, because of great people like you guys that listen to the show, there were two people that called me that there are a couple. They called me, they listened to my show on YouTube, and they said, hey, Brandon, can we talk to you? We want to give you some better information about the cattle out there in southwest Kansas. And I said, let's do it. They called me on the phone, and this is what they told me. That the death of the 10,000 cattle is not abnormal. If you a cattle rancher, it's not abnormal for a heat wave to cause this level of death. And the significant points that I took from the conversation that I had with them is that little do you know many of us, how many cattle are actually out there? From the information that they told me that there was, there could be anywhere from a half a million cattle and what they call feet lots.
If You Want to Be Better, Fight for It
"Politics may be out of control, things may seem that they're going in the wrong direction. However, God is still in control, so no matter what it is, you can rest assure that it's going to be all right. God got this taken care of. There's a lot of things that we can use in this moment. To learn from, to grow from a lot of adversity that may come your way, it's happening to you so that you can become a better person on the other side. This is my pitch to everybody that is listening that if you want to become better and the difference between you and the person next to you that may become better is that if you take this as an opportunity and you come out on the other side victorious and you fight and you weather the storm, things will go well for you. If you do not and you sit around and make excuses and you have this idea of what was me, you're gonna come out on the other side and be hurting. I said this very same thing in 2020. And it was the young man that I listened to, there was a Christian. I think his name is Marcus Rogers. He said, dad, God gave him a message. That, in 2020, it's going to be a reckoning for some people. If you persevere if you hold true to the values you fight through it, you're going to come out on the other side and be victorious and there's going to be others that do not.
Jokic, Nuggets avoid sweep with Game 4 victory over Warriors
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"monte" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast
"This is correct. So you have reached par for the courts Kim. But it wasn't Toronto. It was Cincinnati, but I didn't put that as a stipulation, so you have reached par for the courts for easy mode. Yes. Zverev was the Cincinnati champion back in back in last year. So there are two left Toronto and Paris, any ideas? Oh, Paris Paris Paris. All I can think of is Jack sock, but that was like four or 5 years ago. I know he didn't win. It's got to be Novak Djokovic, isn't it? He must have won one of them. Right? It is. It is Novak Djokovic. Novak Djokovic won Paris. We just put out of our minds and we forget. I know. But it's so common, right? Yeah. So yeah, Paris was Djokovic and then Toronto champion. Was it someone like Yannick sinner? No. Someone of that sort of ilk. Oh, caspar rude? Caspar rude? Yeah, maybe? Kim, it's Daniel Medvedev. I don't know how. I know he's gone off to have like a hernia operation, but I didn't realize he had gone from your mind. So quickly. Well, you know, they've got to keep up to date. They've forgotten so easily these days, aren't they? No, okay, sorry, Danielle. Sorry. But yeah, did he win that two years in a row? Oh, I mean, he won, he would have won the Rogers, oh, I'm getting my years mixed up. 2019 was his ridiculous U.S. open swing. So what's the hard part of the court? And I'm sure our list is very exactly asking the same question, Kim. The hard part to this is this happened, so 8 different masters 1000 champions. The last time that happened was across 2001 and 2002, it happened during Hamburg, Montreal, Cincinnati, Stuttgart, Paris, Indian Wells, Miami, Monte Carlo. It happened so long ago. There are some masters events there that don't actually exist anymore. And again, this is for you and our listeners very, very tricky. Can you name any of the 8 masters champions from that stretch from 2001 to 2002. Now, I know this is very difficult, so I'm actually going to give you some clues in terms of nationalities for you and our listeners. So are you ready for the nationalities? Yes, let's go for it. So I'm looking for two Spanish players, a Romanian, a Brazilian, a German, a French man, an Australian, and an American. I've just jotted that down on the computer, so okay. Right. You did this. You did a similar one, didn't you recently where you gave us the nationality? Okay. This is much tougher. So she's very tough. So very tough. And because it is tough, I'm not going to ask for 6 out of 8. I'm not even going to ask for four out of 8. I'm going to ask for just three out of 8. I'm going less than 50% here because this is very, very tough for you and our listeners. I think this is like the lowest I've ever set the bar for par for the courts, but three out of 8. I think I can do it. I think three is fine. So I'm going to go with number one, Google, Google. It's got to be for Brazil, right? Correct. Yes, that is correct. So gustave curtain is the Brazilian yeah, that is right. So the Australian could be either latent here or Mark philippus, I'm going to the Spaniard could be Carlos moya, but it could be one cause for railroad. Or it could even be Albert Costa would that be oh, Tommy robredo or I'm going to say Carlos moya, that's my second. Incorrect..
"monte" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast
"Came today is the 18th of April and we are here to catch up on the weekend tennis at passing shot headquarters, especially backed by our crowdfunders Georgina Davis and Mark Underwood. We have had our first masters event on the clay this season, the masters 1000 event in Monte Carlo, Stefano sits past is our champion. He was the champion last year. He's the champion this year retaining his title, and that is not bad way I think to start the clay season a very difficult thing to do to retain your title. I think he's the first person outside of the big three to do that in a long, long time. But before we get into all of that, Kim, of course, it is Easter. I've got to ask you the big question that is on is in my head and I'm sure he's on everyone's lips. Of our listeners, what Easter egg, what Easter egg have you gone into? I'm sure you've tucked into have you tucked into a few over the weekend? What Easter egg have I gone into? I've got into a Cadbury's egg. I'm very traditional in that sense. But we can't, yeah. No. What about you? It's so underwhelmed. It's so underwhelming. Have you gone for a fancy hotel chocolat egg then Joel? Not hotel chocolate, but I do, I do posh it up a little bit over Easter. I've gone with, I think you have to, it's got to be lint, the lint chocolate Easter egg, lint chocolate balls as well at Christmas time. It's just got to be done. It's like, for me, it's like the seasonal, it's the seasonal chocolate of choice and Cadbury's, I just don't think it really doesn't elevate the occasion Kim. Come on. I think you've just been sold by Roger Federer like advertising for Lin, haven't you? You just been like, you've succumbed to their marketing. No, I mean, I do love a bit of chocolate. I mean, happy Easter to any of our listeners who have been celebrating. I've been kind of off in the southwest of England for a few days, which has been really nice. Lovely weather as well. We've had a reason. So yeah, it all been very nice, indeed, and very nice, as you said for stefanos it's bass because he's one of his first title of the year, defending his French Open crown. What am I saying? Defending his you are getting ahead of yourself. A few guys had to get sorry. Obviously he had too much Easter chocolate. Defending his Monte Carlo crown. 6 three 7 6 in the final against Alejandro davidovich for kina, who, you know, aside from defending his title, was probably arguably definitely the story of the week. Reaching his first masters final and, well, really making a name for himself. At this stage, are this level on the tour? Yeah, definitely. It's been it's been really impressive from davidovich for kina because he put himself on the map with that victory against Novak Djokovic. I mean, we were going into this tournament. Now looking back on it, a little foolishly thinking sort of nailed in for a Djokovic Carlos alcaraz quarterfinal, but by was it day one day two, both Djokovic and alcaraz had lost and davidovich for kina was very, very good in that match against Djokovic and we'll come on to that in a bit, but let's start with stephanos best because he is the winner. He is the champion and it's just amazing I think for Sisyphus because, as you said, he's retained a masters 1000 title. He's the first non big three player to do that since Andy Murray in Shanghai back in the 2010 2011 season. So a long, long time ago, it just shows that I think how difficult that is to become and I think this tournament is just shows with Sisyphus, although I think there are faults there, you know, with his game and you see that, I think, particularly like on a hard court and we've seen that I think at the start of the season, he's already got, I think, 7, losses on the tour. Yes, he is the match wins leader, but he's had a few losses where I think I've been a little bit surprised by, but coming onto the clay. I mean, his game just works so, so well. And I think this week really, really showed it. And I think particularly for me, the time he is allowed by a clay court really, really helps in terms of particularly I think his ground strokes, you know, I know he hits a heavy ball, particularly on the forehand, which I think was really key to his success, really kind of staying in offensive positions from the back of the court, but also one of his backhand side as well, and also, you know, certainly I think with him, again, I think being questions about that backhand side, but the fact that even on a clay court with that high bounce, he is able to kind of get round and break out his forehand, and I think is really, really helped him in terms of getting into these kind of winning positions. And I think that served him really, really well throughout the whole week and apart from that match against Schwartzman in the quarterfinals, which was an absolutely wild ride. Yeah, he played very, very well in the final. Yeah, definitely. Definitely able to run round and hit the forehand more often. He's got the times to do that on a clay court and get that kind of angles, it really is, yeah, definitely, I think his surface, isn't it? His game is so much more effective. And he served really well against David Richard Burkina in the final, so much better on all the kind of stats is clear kind of winner in that regard. It was just when he was serving for the match, had a bit of a wobble. He was able to break back, went to a tie break, but I mean, really, since has been, you know, pretty comfortable. I guess, for a lot of the tournament, it was really that Schwartzman quarterfinal that he, as you said, went for love down in the third set and had to come all the way back, but aside from that, you know, he had solid win over Sasha zverev, win over laszlo, for nini. So obviously really, I think good for him going into the rest of the places and to have this kind of wind for his confidence because he's been really off the ball for a while. Neither of us really thought he was going to defend his title when we were making predictions this time last week. You know, we were kind of just focusing on alcaraz and Djokovic, as you said. And I was going about Yannick sinner for some reason. But yeah, it's a really positive week, I think, going into the French Open, you know, he will be defending his final at the French Open as well. He's got lots of points there to defend, you know, he obviously lost in 5 sets of the Djokovic last year. Many people are now considering its passes, you know, I guess he would already have been one of the favorites, but it's going up in the form books and the odds perhaps. I think one question mark for me is around his position where he does get into those kind of winning moments in those scenarios where he does have the opportunity to serve it out and we saw that in the final he wasn't able to do it..
"monte" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"We saw that saw that throughout the week and it was nice for him to win Monte Carlo again in front of the fans, you know, just a different experience to what he had last year and yeah, he's a real real force on this surface. I think the return thing is big, isn't it? That extra bit of time on the return because he hasn't figured it out on a hardcore. He's made incremental improvements, but he hasn't had the significant lightbulb with how to return a big serve on a hard court with those massive swings that he has. He hasn't developed that shit backhand return or chip on either wing return, really, that so many so many want him to or are calling for him to do, but it just doesn't matter so much on clay and it's just so interesting what a change in service does to the sport because it ostensibly looks the same, doesn't it? And you know, if you didn't know that much about the sport, maybe you wouldn't be able to tell the difference. I don't know, or maybe it would be even more obvious, maybe we're our eyes sort of become used to the difference. I don't know you could go either way, but I don't mean look at Alejandro davidovich for kina. I mean, since making that run at the French Open last year, when he brought himself to all our attentions, when we learned that he supports an animal charity back home in Spain and he wears a patch of theirs on his kit, since he announced himself he's done boggle as an E as soon as he came off the clay, just different player we went out to watch him play Felix austerity at the Australian open earlier this year on that wonderful new court. And it was a, it was a really great match what we saw, but he just didn't have ways to end the point, did he? There were some wonderful rallies, brilliant hitting. But he didn't have the weapons to end the point. And it's just a completely different sport for him on clay. Yeah, totally. And I think that auxiliary has seen match that you mentioned was probably one of the better matches he's played, not on the clay in the last few months. And I think he lost it in four tie breaks. But coming into this week, he hadn't beaten a top 100 player this year. And suddenly he gets on the clay and he beats, you know, a host of them, obviously Novak Djokovic in the second round, I'm sure we'll talk more about that match, but just absolutely. I mean, at this time of the year, you just talk about players that you don't normally talk about. You know, we're going to talk about the Vivek for kina where we could talk about mazetti as well. I enjoyed watching him on the clay and he's done nothing either. No. Since the French Open last year, he's done he's done close to nothing. And then suddenly, suddenly he's reminding us all why why we're so excited about him. I mean, I still think he should be better on hard courts than he has been thus far. And I think he will be, but oh, it was restorative to watch Mercedes look like that guy that we were all so excited about a year ago before he retired for the fans. Well, I do think that match had had lasting consequences. As you said, I think he's better on other surface than he showed. I think that was quite a scarring experience for him. And it took him a little while to get over. But yeah, absolutely such stylish tennis that I loved watching him this week. And I think for davidovich for kina, he's always been a guy, even last year, when yes, he had that run to the quarterfinals at Roland Garros, but he was a guy. I loved watching, but I didn't trust him to win matches because his tennis is so streaky. He hasn't got a great serve. He breaks. He breaks Mary carillo's main tennis rule, which is you've got to hold your goddamn serve. And he doesn't do that particularly well. And it just makes him vulnerable in matches and his game can go off and on very, very quickly. But I think he's really worked on that on trying not to have so many let downs. And I did trust him a bit more this week, just match after match. I felt like he was competing brilliantly. I love watching his game. He's so intense, isn't he? So intense. Just intensely intense. And I love that. I mean, it's really great. My favorite features in a player in terms of what I what engages me and he's just got the energy he must burn up with that intensity. I mean, there's a look in his eye that can be a bit terrifying, but it's also the electrifying. Yeah, absolutely. So I think what I'm saying is that he's managing to balance sort of throwing himself all over the core as he does and being literally and I think there's a Twitter account did focke fall, you know, it's the did Marin Cilic win equivalent and it just every day, yes. I think the U.S. channel. I think maybe it was tennis channel that had it this week. They actually had a counter during one of his matches of how many times he dived and fell in the clan. It got up to 8 at one point. Well, there was one in there was one in his match against Novak Djokovic, which spoiler alert he won..
"monte" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"Hello, Matt. Hello. It is not where David lorries, because folks, the universe has cut the laws of break and they made it to Croatia. COVID free, they are in the words of David law himself earlier on today on WhatsApp, Ponzi around on a beach and we could not be more happy about that fact, man. As much as we'd love to have him with us on this podcast for the sake of all future podcasts, I think it's good news that David thought is currently frolicking on a beach. Yes, absolutely. And he may or may not be doing so in an office shirt. Yeah, he's just wearing a work shirt on the beach, keeps sending these really lovely selfies, you know, sunglasses on, looking happy, work shirt. He claims it's not a workshop, but I think that is just semantics. Anyway, he's having a lovely time. And it's very well earned. And I'm so pleased they made it out there because yeah, COVID hasn't been kind to David over the past few months and that holiday was much needed and deserved. So Dave is listening to this as a as a fan as a listener, which sort of builds the pressure on me and Matt. So we've drafted in some reserves. We have Matt, what I know you know this. I don't know why I'm billing it like it's a surprise to you. But it might be surprised to the listener to know that we have Bianca and rescue on the show later today. I interviewed her earlier on this afternoon and I want to be her friend, Matt. I want I want her to come and eat curry at tennis podcast towers and watch football with us, which is what we do with our celebrity friends, isn't it? Well, and actually I must say if the back end of the interview is anything to go by, I think should be down for being your friend, Catherine. There's a friendly vibe to the interview. Don't raise my hopes so high that is the hope that kills. Yeah, I mean, she's just a delight and just great she's really honestly, I just, I mean, I felt excited for her for her comeback before that interview and I feel even more excited about it now. I mean, it's no secret that I'm just a massive and rescue fan. I've missed her. I've missed her enjoying tennis and she tells us in quite visceral detail into how much she wasn't enjoying tennis before taking this time away from the sport. I won't spoil it, but it's worth listening to. So when we turn our attention to look ahead to this week's tennis, we'll bring you what Bianca and rescue has to say about her own comeback in Stuttgart this week on the clay, but we'll start by looking back to Monte Carlo and our first clay court ATP masters 1000 event of the season one once again by defending champion now two time champion stefanos sits about 6 three, 7 6 he beat Alejandro de vidovich for keener in the final. Only the 6th man in the open area to defend the Monte Carlo title obviously Nadal has done it 400 times. But four other men besides Nadal and sit to pass have also done it. The other 5 have all won Roland Garros. I met and very guilty. And I know there's somebody of this parish that is not currently on this podcast right now that is not guilty of this and who might have got the prediction right this week. But isn't here to confirm or deny so we'll leave that there. Either, I'm definitely guilty of having forgotten how good sit to pass is on clay. Which is silly because he reached the French Open final less than a year ago. But I'd forgotten Matt. He's very, very good. He's very, very good on clay and we saw the reasons why he's so good on clay. I think and actually as much as I think I remembered he was so good on clay. It was still a moment of realization, I suppose, because we have been talking about him having some troubles stumbling a bit this season. You know, so far, okay, he reached the Australian open semifinal, and that was brilliant. That was probably ahead of schedule, really, considering he'd had the elbow surgery in the off season. But since then, he'd had a few losses that you wouldn't expect him to have brooksby, norrie, sir fulin, I think, at a tournament somewhere if I remember correctly. So just a few that you wouldn't expect, but as soon as he stepped on the clay, he beat Fabio Fognini in his first match in Monte Carlo, and it was just like, oh, yeah, this is sit surpass his time. This is his territory. It just all makes sense. And I think the reasons are multiple, really, there's the extra time he gets to hit his forehand. There's the extra time he gets on return just to make so many more returns. There's the fact that he covers the court brilliantly with those really long strides of his and it's just difficult to get the ball past him. Everything about his game just makes sense on the clay and I.
Wild beat Oilers, Braves rout Nats, Dodgers top Twins
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Morris returns from concussion to send Nuggets past Warriors
"The nuggets won the game on a three pointer by Monte Morris as time expired to stun the warriors one seventeen one sixteen on the warriors final possession Steph curry made a three point play to put the warriors up by two points with five point nine seconds left but Denver was able to run down the clock and Nicole your kids pass the ball to Morris for the game winner what kind of news good once I let it go I just didn't know if I got it off in time now is the big day so I really want trying to celebrate two too much because it would have been are worthless if I didn't get that shot off in time you could finish with a game high thirty five points and seventeen rebounds Morris had thirteen points for the warriors they lost for the last five games heading to the all star break Ryan Lee Aung San Francisco
"monte" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Ogier and Loeb are going to be probably inundated with people wanting to talk about that rivalry in Monte Carlo, but as you finally get back into the actual atmosphere, what's going to be your the first thing that you want to do is it just to get a layer of the land and walk around and just chat to people. So let the listeners know about what you're doing. As soon as they get on the deck there, I think the first thing I'll do is make sure kind of a look at all three of the cars. Just have a little nose about see what they actually look like in the flesh because I've only been and seen the puma, but that was before it had its spectacular purple livery shall we say that lit up social media last weekend. Which is great and it's awesome for the sport to see stuff like that because it's great to see fans get excited about livery. You know, it's often teams tend to go with the same thing year on year out. The fat M sport were very bold, went out there with a purple car and as I said, I said to my colleagues that surely they've got to do a deal with Cadbury because like this is just perfect for them. If they get Capri boost bars on the side of that car with a hybrid boost, it's a marketing opportunity gone missing. So anyway, but I think it's a genius. I think the first thing I do is go go down and have a look at these cars because I think it'd be interesting just to see them up close just to see how the three teams have tackled it, which way they've gone. I'll be very keen to do that first up and then have a chat with the drivers obviously you hit on their auger and load, which we haven't talked about yet is the other exciting element to this Monte Carlo rally is that the two greatest WRC drivers are potentially going head to head again and these two have 15 Monte Carlo wins between them, so it's quite a bit of dominance between the two sets. So yeah, lobe will be in a fourth puma. It's only for one event at this stage, whereas auger will be doing a partial season. So yeah, it's going to be spectacular. They're not short of headlines or storylines, so I think I'm going to be very busy over the next few days. Certainly, I cast my mind back to the start of the podcast when you said in theory, OGA won't be the world champion this year, but there are so many unknowns. This is gonna be a season you do not want to take your eyes off. Don't miss it for a second. That's the start of our 2022 coverage here on the gravel notes, podcast, we'll certainly be here with every preview and review and as you and I have been talking about if there is some really interesting things happening mid event. There's no reason why we maybe you or both of us won't pop up on this channel. And have a chat about things for the podcast listeners because it's going to be suck it and see this season right? Absolutely, yes. Yeah, I can't wait. It's been a long time since we've gone into an event where we'd simply don't know who is going to win. So yeah, and the fact that we will potentially have three teams going at it with some lovely looking new cars. Yeah, can not wait. Make sure you follow us on our socials, check out auto sports Tom last year what you did in terms of the weekend coverage was just brilliant posting some fantastic highlights and some great retweets of some fan videos and stuff looking forward to doing. Seeing.
"monte" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"To put the package together, but now we have the blank page. So we have a good chance to work through everything and hopefully for that next couple of years if you work out. So yeah, he mentions the kind of blank page of 2022. I think it's going to be really important for him to kind of go into this. Forget what's happened before and just try and start fresh. Absolutely. And let's remember what tanak is the only driver to have actually beaten OJ to a world championship in recent years in 2019. So he won the most stage wins last year, so he has the speed, has the skill, but reliability was so costly for him last year. But again, the reliability is going to be a factor this year. So it's a really tricky one for him and Hyundai because they were the last manufacturer to commit to the new rules. So they've been playing catch up with the development of these cars already. And they lost their team principal last month due to personal reasons. So the teams were out of team principal at the moment. So there's a lot of upheaval, shall we say going on at Hyundai, so last thing you want when you're trying to develop a brand new car. And they also had a sizable testing accident with Tierra Neville in December 2. So it's not been a happy couple of months down there for that team. But I think this is just what he needs though. A blank blank page, clean slate, he could be the one to go and go on and win this title because he's got this sort of ability to extract speed, which I haven't seen from other drivers quite like the way he does it. And I think he'll just be so fired up after last year that he will just go out there and hopefully do the business. Now let's finish off by talking a little bit about the season. Now the minute we don't know what's going to happen because over the last two years, motor sport, calendars have been all over the place. But say we do, well, is it looking like 12 events at the moment? Do you think that's pretty nailed? It will be 13. I'm assured that it will be 13. I know there's a TBC in the calendar, but I have spoken to the WRC today actually. And they have confirmed to me that there will definitely be 13 rounds. I mean, the biggest problem that they've had over the last two years like every championship has been COVID-19 and how to deal with that, but there does seem to be some maybe some bright brightness on the horizon. There are a couple of flyaway events back on the calendar with New Zealand and Japan. And I know Japan was on the count of the last two years and missed out due to COVID, but you'd have to think. Third time around, we will get there. So I think from a calendar point of view, this is the only situation that they need to sort as this TBC ram, which won't be rally Northern Ireland now as we found out. That event is now no longer going to happen, which is a real shame for obviously all our fans in the UK. But there is a genuine hope that a UK round will happen next year. So the WRC are very, very keen to get back to the UK and I will be feeling pretty confident that we'll be a UK round next year. So in terms of the calendar, I think it's just what happens with COVID. If it's another variant or whatever, then who knows what's going to happen, but as it stands at this point in time, I think we will get a 13 round season. So after Monte Carlo will then head to Sweden in February, Croatia in April, Portugal in May. Italy in June. So those are the first 5 events before Kenya from your conversations you've had with the teams and the team bosses. How will the teams be approaching the season last year? And during COVID, particularly the flyaway races, there was a lot more remote working going on. And the idea of the control center back at base that I think formula ones, fans would be familiar with, increasingly seeing perhaps that in rally in terms of people thinking, do I really need to travel? Do you think that will continue and or do you think teams are king to get everyone back at every event? What's your take on the teams will be keen to get as many people as possible to every event this year because of the new cars? And the reason being is just so many unknowns. And I think they're going to need as many hands to the pump as possible. So maybe fix things if they've gone wrong. For example, if a team has developed their car and it's found to be in the wrong direction, they need to act fast and be quickly and have as many staff as possible to be able to get this correct. So I think actually won't be a lot of remote working. I think there'll be trying to get as many people as possible on the ground because who knows what is going to be thrown up with these new rules. We just don't we simply don't know. So just speaking to the teams, that's my view at this point. I think they will be just about for the last few months, so I think it will carry on. I think it'll be extremely grueling campaign for them all this year. And when you first step into the service park, what's going to be your first port of call?.
"monte" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Don't really want to be in cost things very much because it was. Somebody's trusting and counting on the country. Think about it much because I know that probably been what I can do is try to do my best to achieve results, but myself because it's over there. So when you get off the phone to him, that was a bit of a politician's answer he gave. He knows he knows the game, a bit of a non answer, which is yeah, it's nice, but hey, we'll see. Almost a racing drivers have kind of got that answer non answer. Do you reckon he really knows though he's got he's got a good opportunity. I think he's being clever there because he doesn't want to put any extra pressure on himself and let's be honest he's still very young. He doesn't need to have that extra pressure on there. So he's very being very clever there, but there's no doubting the talent that this kid has, because he got his first two rally wins last year for the first time in Estonia and then he obliterated the field in acropolis, which is not a place you go and do are certainly on your debut at that event as well. So this reason why arie flatten and said that because the guy is going to be a superstar. There's no question about it. He will be I'm sure he'll be a world champion at some point. And he's got plenty of years in the bank to still be the youngest because Colin McRae did it when he was 27 and so Callie's got a lot of time to do it. For me, he could well be, he could well be the championship. There's no question why couldn't if the car is good, he does exactly what he's done last season and built on that. He's going to be a formidable person to beat. And then you also spoke to and put to him. That perhaps last year was frustrating, but also this year could be wiping the slate clean and here's what he had to say. The performance side and the car improved, but we just didn't manage to put the package together, but now we have the blank page. So we have a good chance to work through everything and.
"monte" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"And this is what he had to say. On your break and then you're like a boost and then you straight away and then obviously once that's been once that's been used, you have to regenerate enough again on your next breaking zone and you just constantly get this constantly trying to region as much as possible to allow you to get as many of these bulls as possible. Okay, let's talk about that a little bit actually what Craig just said. Now I have two or in our household, my wife and I both drive electric cars. So her electric car is a little Renault Zoe. So the way that the Renault Zoe works is there's very little regen when she lets off the throttle. It's Blake, it's brake blended. So when she puts her foot on the brake, the motor starts to slow down the car and it puts energy back into the battery and then at some point if she were to break very hard or when she gets down to 5 miles an hour, friction breaks kick in. I drive an MG zs EV. It doesn't do brake blending. I let my foot off the throttle and the car starts to slow down sometimes if it's in, you know, version like regen three mode quite a lot. And so I'm aware when I'm driving until electric cars are maybe more popular and more people have them. I tend to slow down for a red light or around about sooner and I'm laying my foot off the throttle, but of course the car is then slowing down at a slower pace, but the brake lights don't come on and people are following me closely and I'm aware that actually I've changed my driving style so that I'm not on the brakes because the minute I push the brakes in mind the friction brakes kick in. So that's a very long explanation to ask you have you spoken to any of the drivers we heard Craig mentioned there about how region works. Do you think this could possibly change driving style? Because you explained at the start of the podcast, it's only going to recharge the batteries under heavy braking. There's no chance that when they go out on the first stage, they're going to all be driving totally different to what they've done before, but will the drivers have to adapt in terms of thinking, well, I need to go into a really heavy braking zone here to get more energy back into the battery because I want more power boost. What do you think? Absolutely. And a lot of the drivers have already said that they will have to their driving stars because it is hybrid power because how it works is crucial. If you come in out of a slow corner and you haven't regenerate enough to get that extra boost, that will cost you valuable stage time. You could even lose a stage from that, not having that acceleration. So it's massively important as Craig was saying there that you've got to think differently, which is another interesting aspect to this whole championship that the drivers have now have to completely sort of turn on its head what they've done before in some respects because they will need to make sure they get the regeneration to get this extra power boost because if they don't, it's going to cost some valuable time on the stages. It's a really interesting concept as Alfred Evans also said that it will be a massive difference if you don't get these accelerations. So it's going to be a lot of focus on making sure they get the regeneration complete. It's going to be an interesting concept. I'm not quite sure how the rule go into cope with it, which is just another intriguing prospect. The other thing about hybrid that we should say, is that when they do regenerate this power, it's used as soon as they touch the throttle pedal. So they can't just pick and choose where they deploy this power. As soon as they touch the throttle pedal again, so it's so crucial. It's going to be an interesting situation. Also with hybrid, we should obviously point out that the FIA will on each event determining how many kilometers or miles will be used in EV mode, so electric only mode. For Monte Carlo, we're only actually going to have, I think it's 2.27 miles of full electric mode. Now, I'm sure this will increase as the season gets on and they understand how to use it all. But again, if you forget to go into electric mode, there's going to be penalties for doing this if you don't do it. There's also other factors that are coming to play. The reason for this, obviously, is to showcase a bit more of green environmentally friendly future for WRC, but also they are also want to plan to use EV mode when the cars are going through towns and cities to sort of lessen the noise and the pollution or whatever that disruption shall we say that these cars have. So there's a lot of thinking behind it, but again we will see how it's executed, but what's the rally begins? What do you think about how it might or might not affect the show? And what I mean by that is I'm a huge fan of Rallycross. And part of that is just the visceral experience and the madness and that partly because the races are short and appeals to the TikTok generation. And it literally is a made for TV sport literally. But watching the electric version of that this year is going to be different and I want to have an open mind and the cars are still going to be spectacularly fast. But I drive to electric cars, right? So I'm all in with a lecturer. But my racing, I don't know, man, it's a place to burn stuff like if I'm going down the shops to go get a pint of milk. I don't mind driving electric. That makes sense for the planet. Have you spoken to people drivers team bosses about the show? Because the testing so far from my perspective, I haven't seen it in person only on video. Seems all right? Yeah, I think the WRC is actually found a nice blend between both worlds because let's be honest on the stages, the cars won't sound any different because when the hybrid powers engage, there's still the internal combustion engine. So it's still kicking out the usual nest sound, which we all love. We're the only difference you'll see is genuinely when the cars are in service park and when they're driving through the EV zones on the road section, so they will be obviously a lot quieter in an electric.
"monte" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Solberg spoke to you about Oliver and you called him to ask about these new hybrid systems. And he said this. So it will be different for everyone also. So I mean, it's a lot to learn a little bit. That's still, but I feel good and I have it in good way of using it. And I think I just need more of my little. So his point there, I need more mileage, he says. So does that kind of play into what you just said in the last thing he wants to do is day one, big shunt, lose mileage. Is it possible that we'll see the drivers that maybe 95 98% of their capacity just because they want to learn? Yeah, I think you hit the nail on the head there. I think that's exactly the case. But in Oliver's situation, it's a slightly different because this is his first year in the big time with a factory drive for Hyundai sharing the third car with Danny sawdust. So he's not going to want to throw off the road on his first day at school, so to speak. So for him, young guy got a lot of talent, a lot of potential for him, he just needs to have a claim rally. But for the others, yeah, it's so difficult to know what your strategy is because we just don't know a lot of it is really a voyage into the unknown. We don't know who is going to be able to master these cars better. Like for example, the younger drivers might get to grips with this hybrid technology better than the older drives. We just don't simply know that hasn't been enough testing to know where everyone stands. So yeah, I guess because Monte Carlo is such a specialist rally as well. It's some like any of the others. Maybe there is a case to be said that's just go 90%, not a 100% and just bank points because we don't know how valuable that's going to be coming the end of the season. Now, you also spoke to Craig breen ahead of the season to talk about driving style and particularly the region and this is what he had to say. On your break and then you're like a boost and then you straight away and then obviously once that's been once that's been used, you have to regenerate enough again on your.
How Can Ukraine Prevent a Russia Invasion?
"Andrew peak based on your time as director of Europe at the National Security Council, is there any chance that Ukraine can do to Putin's invasion if it occurs, what Finland did to Stalin's in the winter war in 1939 and 40. In other words, hit them much harder than they're expecting. Gosh, you know, Hugh, I served alongside finished troops in Afghanistan. I have to tell you they have an incredibly impressive martial tradition. To that then they traded a little bit out of necessity after the Second World War for more neutral status. I think the situations are very different. Unfortunately, the winter weather that is coming in Ukraine from say mid January to early March actually favors the Russians with their greater mobility and their greater armor vehicles than it does the Ukrainians whereas back in the back in the winter war and the continuation war at which you were alluding to the mobility was actually with the Finns the famous ski troops in the blizzards that were in the great battle of sula montes.
"monte" Discussed on Air Male with Robert Sunday
"Not for just the wedding, but for the next 6 weeks, I think my hair is still wavy because of that perm. Oh well. It was fun. And it was unusual. And what the fuck, man, be memorable, right? So, yes, I had an Afro and my cousin John's wedding to his wife, Veronica. And yeah, godspeed John. I know I'll see you in heaven some day and you'll be holding down the fort with the family and with your mom and dad and our grandparents and hey, what about that dog tiny? I hope dogs get to go to heaven too. Oh man, John took me my first white snake concert. Fuck, yeah, rock and roll. I was 13 years old. Went into this arena in Denver. It was called mcnichols. You know, this is way before like these modern Pepsi cans balls, the ball arena, whatever they have you in Denver now. And we went in there. It was just scanning clad chicks, some of them dude's shoulders pulling up their tops and getting everybody excited. It was just crazy. Smoke in the room smell kind of funny. Yeah, a lot of beer and the music was so fucking loud. You know, whitesnake. You know? In the still the nah through my honking heaven. Tell me I got it. You know what I'm talking about. Thank you, John. You introduced me to the church of rock and roll. I'll always be Catholic, but I always have an allegiance. To the darker arts of heavy metal. That's right. Yeah, it's been a hard month folks. I know I've been talking about people dying on my podcast lately and it's not my intention, but you know families family and I love them. And this past month has been hard on my oldest cousin. My aunt, her mom, and then her son, my cousin, John, man. I mean, he didn't have coronavirus. But man, it was just sad. It's like watching a flower lose all of its petals at once. And it's like, breaks my heart, man, those are my memories, childhood memories, and you know, and, you know, when you have relationships with people, these are things that form you as a person and it gets me to thinking. What am I going to do when I die? What I want have done, you know, I've been thinking about it, folks. I've been thinking about it long and hard. I don't want to be cremated, and I don't want to be buried. What I'm thinking about is just, you know, put me out on a slab out on the outcropping, you know, in the wilderness, put a fork and a knife and a napkin on one side, you know, glaze me up with some hot sauce. I don't know some salt and pepper. Put me in a sunny spot so, you know, the creatures can take me back out into the world and I can be good protein source for the night and maybe I can feed some little birds, maybe a hawk could come in there and take my eyeball out and you know and share that. I'm just saying, man, go directly back to the food chain. You know, ashes from ashes dust to dust except in this case it's flesh to a pile of.
Hyland, Morris pace Nuggets in 133-115 win over Hawks
"The the nuggets nuggets won won for for the the third third time time in in four four games games his his bones bones Hyland Hyland scored scored twenty twenty four four points points and and Monte Monte Morris Morris added added twenty twenty one one and and a a one one thirty thirty three three one one fifteen fifteen decision decision over over the the hawks hawks the the Colegio Colegio kitchen kitchen Jeff Jeff green green each each finished finished with with twenty twenty points points as as Denver Denver handed handed Atlanta Atlanta its its sixth sixth consecutive consecutive loss loss Denver Denver took took command command of of the the game game by by outscoring outscoring the the hawks hawks forty forty three three twenty twenty eight eight in in the the second second quarter quarter green's green's three three pointer pointer from from the the left left wing wing made made it it twenty twenty one one point point lead lead early early in in the the third third Trayon Trayon had had thirty thirty four four points points and and ten ten assists assists and and John John Collins Collins scored scored twenty twenty with with ten ten rebounds rebounds for for the the hawks hawks on on the the ferry ferry
"monte" Discussed on Wealth Is In The Details Podcast
"And then the monte carlo simulations once again reflected higher higher probability to success so it's really important that out well planned client not panic and make dramatic changes at the same time making those smaller adjustments to cash flow in revisiting. The plan on a regular basements on a regular basis. Really can help. It doesn't mean all his loss when we have these big abet events is volatility and we just want wanna plan for it. Yeah i think you just summed it up in a nutshell right there. I think one of the greatest advantages of working with a professional like us the fact that you're always bringing the client back to the plan. Keep them focused on the objectives. And what's most important to them. Because i think emotion plays a strong part of what we do as human beings. You've got to have a pro in your corner. That's going to be able to say okay. Let's settle down for a moment and just look at the plan. Look at what your objectives are and and then let's talk about what is most important so that you can make those adjustments. I think that's right planning to processes. It's not just a a one time event so important to to to re maintain flexibility. And you're planning so you can make these adjustments. It's so important to manage. Your debt have sufficient cash on hand and plan for the things that are impossible to plan for a so like to think we're keeping our clients on the right path by reviewing and updating their plans on a regular basis so that they can complete this journey with that clarity and the confidence that that we we we hope all our clients feel yep absolutely and if the listeners are looking for that clarity confidence peter how did they get a hold of you so they can start this journey with you..
"monte" Discussed on Wealth Is In The Details Podcast
"But you're withdrawing five thousand dollars so now your account is worth about eighty nine thousand and now in year four the portfolios down three percent. It's now worth eighty six thousand you take out another five thousand and now you're down to eighty one thousand in order to get back to one hundred thousand dollars. Your portfolio needs to get a rate of return of twenty twenty. Three percent oofta. Yeah that's my feeling. That's just it's not that can't happen it certainly can but it doesn't happen all the time so i'm afraid that this portfolio could really be a downward spiral. Yeah that's trouble right. Yeah so how do you plan for the variable. The variability of returns so we use this analytical tool called monte carlo simulation and it's not about the casinos so so before it's described this tool. Let me describe how we model our plans for all of our clients. We build two models based on on on the same set of assumptions. We look at the client inflows and outflows the This first model is what we call a straight line model. We assume all the same expenses we assume. An inflation factor. It's based on a long-term average and we're currently using two point three percent not that's a prediction of inflation. That's just what we're using because that's an historical average. We then we then. This is how we do it. We think about building an investment portfolio that may provide a return that's two and a half percentage points above inflation so about four point eight percent is kind of what we plan for in this straight line model the we assume inflation a two point three that the investment portfolio will generate a return. Four point eight percent for for their lifetime. That's an average return knowing that sometimes it's going to be higher. Sometimes it's going to be lower in my thinking. Is that over. A market cycle of seventeen years. A balanced portfolio of stocks and bonds is really likely to beat inflation by about two and a half percent..
"monte" Discussed on Wealth Is In The Details Podcast
"Hello and welcome to. Wealth is in the details with peter roskin rest and fighting group. Good morning peter. How are you. I'm good eric how are you. I'm doing fantastic. I am actually kind of really interested in in your topic today. I didn't. I didn't get a whole lot from ya. But i've heard that we're talking about monte-carlo which is i think we're straying from what we normally do. Are we reviewing the movie today. Like the old james bond the interesting. Yeah that would be fun to. And they've got another podcast cash but no we're not reviewing a movie so okay what will actually be doing is and not as exciting as an adventure film from monaco. But we've got a financial planning tool that really helps us deal with with the very ability of investment returns and then the probabilities of our clients meeting their goals. And i just want. Just make a point eric that i'm really not a gambler is not that i have anything against gambling as a form of entertainment but it just doesn't make me happy.
"monte" Discussed on Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror
"Small so i think it's a good point and i guess the part that i think is it could be a takeaway to the listeners. Viewers is when were you able to make that switch from the monte from years ago. Who was a having some opinions about children of men to the monte. Now he's like okay. That's all right sleep campo cast your opinion. How did you how are we. How how were you able to do that. What advice can you give others scraped. We're struggling with getting twelve. I will say that. It's a journey that i'm on currently i would say it never like hasn't ending. But that's sort of the growth cycle. Is that it shouldn't have an ending but now that it's you know part of my mind like what can i do to like change or let it grow Day i think really the turning point. Lisa's it started in slowing governments. Was i think about the time. Not even not. Even when. I finally made my first feature film which was but a shot that in two thousand eighteen. I think it really started to happen much more recently than that. When that movie finally started to get out into the world and i sort of had My journey and just sort of my first experience with a distributor and also it being out there to you know be reviewed or digest by the public. You know some positive things but then also like encountering the realities of of like okay. You made a low budget film with no like name -able actors or anything like that. It's it's you know is out there in the world but it's not it's you know there's no marketing behind it and everything but as i just sort of started to realize how difficult it truly is to achieve of speech fill achieve a distributed feature film I definitely realized that it's like you know one anybody who gets film out. There is not only are you so maker If you've made a movie and he's got out there you're filmmaker.
"monte" Discussed on Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror
"Oh stuart gordon to me is incredibly literary i. I love the fact that he can be so tongue in cheek in one film and ash black brutal in another film. Same filmmaker same voice. But he's able to go to all these different spectrums and that is inspiring to me because funny is probably my favorite no joke my favorite settlement. His hair kills and it was years before i realized that it was him. But edmund came onto that because they've mannix. I'm a huge fan of his writing. And i was like. Oh man i still being slim. H macy's best performance ever in an amazing and then select for stewart. I love the fact that he can be When i say very literate it's like he. He knows the lovecraft references. He knows the references to like renaissance or like bosch short-leg. He can go that route and then he can go. You know reanimator like disembodied head going down a woman. It's just like thank you and thank you for existing both heads spaces. That's that's inspiring to me. Yeah great great hall out. i'm actually Was not expecting to talk about that. Specifically i'm glad you mentioned. Edmund of course is a great example of a very dark journey. William h macy on his night of debauchery and just self exploration. So i think that was a great call out so interesting. So what's next on your list. Then as far as complete ism as far as kind of a you know watching all the films of Well let's see. I got a couple going. I mean i I was making my way through Classic monster era. And what's great doing that as you get to end that that period of time universal monsters with a great mystery science episode of of leech woman literally universal last movie and it's terrible But it's also wonderful if that makes sense. But there's that i mean it's one of those things were like i feel like i have enough time because of also working till i create my next film stuff like that but vowed luton movies. I finally got around to it. I know me to say this. And like i once again. I'm sure i would get my horror card cancelled million times but it's like i'm getting there guys catching up and i find it very interesting. Finally got around to Capital occurs the gap you And yeah so you know that. That was a nice short list. I think The next thing that's on that table would be to revisit. Actually paul schrader remake. Because i've seen a long longtime ago. But i'm like It'll be interesting to put it in the context of the classic amandus women all of that. So yeah i just have tons of. Let's go. I've been going through the full moon. Cavalcade about halfway through demonic. Today's which i love you form. But that's not as good as child's like yeah the full moon obviously. There's a lot of films there. I imagine it's gonna be quite the a journey through that list. Absolutely take me forever. But like i that all just started with me. Randomly watching All of the all eight hours transfers movies which is fun. Fun man Tim thomason is amazing as jack death. The greatest protagonists name in film history That that's fun. And now i have a great idea for transfer seven so oh okay well all right so you're inspired for short by that. So you talk a lot about lists actually appreciate as a list person myself What happens then monte. If you don't complete a west how does that make feel so yes. That's the best way to put it. I.
"monte" Discussed on Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror
"Lock developing t and brain barrow. Whoever won this is mark devotee. And this is brain borough. This is one of our sessions where we deep with our guest and tonight. I'm very pleased to say that. I have monte light on and it's an opportunity for him to share about his perspective and without further ado i would love to ask. The open ended question of monty and handed over and see how he answer said so monty. Welcome and i'm going to ask the big question. Who exactly is monte light nerd. Who makes or films and loves our films and go outside on sponsor. So what exactly does that mean. Who is why horror films. You could have chose anything. What made you decide to choose a good question For me. I think it was a longtime coming and Short time sense. It's bends fully realized. So i started making directing movies when i was sixteen with short films. And everything and Wasn't too long. Before i was creating you know thriller stuff and writing like crime stories and then going into some of the more Tropes of the genre and everything doing like zombie short film and things like that. But that whole time that i was working on it you know burgundies things putting him out there really growing up in loving genre. It was just one of those things where it's like oh maker and is one of the things. That's really exciting to me right now. And who knows where it'll lead in the future which it is still sort of that way. But it wasn't until. I would say about six maybe a bit more years ago whereas like this is the genre that i really wanna work in that i really do love and once that happens so many things just like fell into focus for me interesting first of all. Thank you for sharing that and then second of all what happened. Six years ago that caused you to focus more on this and realize how serious it was. Well it's interesting. Because i was a mixer with a bunch of writers in other film people and amid a lovely gentleman named michael clegg and He is a writer was also at the time. And for many years after that a horror movie reviewer. And i basically got him like would be really interesting to kind of do some reviews of films. And just you know get more into that world and sort of all of its. You know specifically the origin ryan. I'm like oh yeah no. That sounds great..
"monte" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"But Denver is their home Western union their home this year. 509 love to go in the first half knot that's hanging onto a two point lead here. 54 52. It'll be Milwaukee basketball on the sideline, the pride of all Notre Dame pot. Comitan will check it in. He throws it off to Dante DiVincenzo. Inside the arc over there with debt to combo behind him. The Middleton had fake on the three driving additional Lopez. He'll take it Jumper for three. No good. Stephen Shen's Oh the rebound gets it off, to be honest, kick out three content, and that one is no good boys was tuna roll. It's a win for the Nuggets outlet pass off over the Monte Morris bobble the past. Gotta back goes back behind him over the Joker right side over to Jamal Murray Murray back over to yoke and she opens car to buy condoms, and that's a mismatch. He's at the nail back behind him over the quarterback over toe. Yokich. He gets double team throws out of it. Gotta hurry. Three pointer. Murray is an air ball on the rebound comes down a Middleton leaking out his Lopez and he lost it out of mounds. Denver dodged a bullet there. Jamal's entire body moment of was falling backwards on the three point shot, like he was already going back to play defense when he threw that one up to be the shot clock. At the mid court circles. Monte Morris High right side in the coal. Jochen Jochen. Back over on the other side to Monte Kick out three. Milson Yes, and the Nuggets leading by 5 57 52 Even Chen's Oh, has it across the timeline four minutes left to go in the first half. Dante pick and pop with the honest hands up behind him. The Middleton back over to you honest on the low block Turn around. Upshot is up. No good. Rebound down to your pitch. Will Budenholzer burner Time out of with the Denver bucket here, Yoko Chazz in the corner over the bomb to Monte thought about the three but it got closed out by DiVincenzo crossover. Move to the elbow goes through the lane leads in on Lopez, Runner. No Good Rebound, Fought four. Grab by Porter. Put it back up, Miss that rebound, tapped in the grab by deep bench, Enzo boy. Lot of contact down low and no whistle. I guess we're finishing through a whole lot of white jerseys. Middleton has it. He's inside. The Ark carted out there by Nicola Yokich spends at the dotted line can't shoot behind him over to commented Collinson throws it back behind him over the Middleton Middleton one on one with quarter shoots right over him. Jumpers Good dude. Squid 57 54 3 minutes left to go in the first half. Dante hasn't the mid court circle garnered out there by Pat comments and throws it inside the arc over Nicole Yokich yogurts troubles off free throw line extended right hand side. Hands it off the Murray kick out three Millsap. That was no good rebound down on a coal Yokich and he's fouled. It's gotta be on deep in chains. All right, you're gonna steal it away from him. But Lopez had some contact with him too seriously, no call by the officials. I mean, we're appearance club level. Jenna minus portrayed us Give us a signal on who The fouls on inbound goes to the coal. Yoga's not gonna look at the thing that was on Bs. DiVincenzo yokels for three not gonna count foul first. Some unis on pat competent to it. Think I'm wrong on that again. This is That fouls on a death? Yeah. Wasn't a debt to come bowling. Correct? Yes. And free throws here for Will Barton now they changed it to conduct in. So oh, What's your good free throw number one by Barton is up, and then we'll have one more case. Anybody in the MBA offices listening here on XM Satellite radio. You could tell your referees to give us a number after a foul that would help tremendously second free throw by Will Barton is up in in and the others have a five point lead here. 59 54. Here comes DiVincenzo.