35 Burst results for "Musings"

KBJ’s Jumbled Musings on the Fourteenth Amendment

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 4 months ago

KBJ’s Jumbled Musings on the Fourteenth Amendment

"And whaling over at national review responding to justice Jackson he says in her speech Jackson states that the framers of the Fourteenth Amendment adopted in a race conscious way As they were trying to ensure that people had been discriminated against the free men during reconstructive reconstruction period were actually brought equal to everybody else in society's sheep puts it The Civil Rights Act of 1866 specifically stated that citizens would have the same civil rights as enjoyed by white citizens The Fourteenth Amendment was designed to ensure that the act had a solid constitutional foundation Somehow Jackson leaps from these propositions to assertion that the Fourteenth Amendment doesn't embody a race neutral or race blind idea in terms of remedy for discrimination against freed slaves He says I don't understand her leap by her own account The very purpose of the Civil Rights Act of 1866 was to quote make sure that the other citizens the black citizens would have the same civil rights as the white citizens It was designed to remedy a situation in which people based on their race were treated unequally by the states The Fourteenth Amendment had the same goal so he's looking at her own language The proposition that the Fourteenth Amendment requires that the government be colorblind is open to challenge both as to what exactly that means and whether that meaning is well founded but Jackson seems to think that the colorblind position is somehow at odds with the fact that the Fourteenth Amendment was designed to ensure equal treatment When that of course is exactly what advocates of the colorblind position maintain the Fourteenth Amendment requires Jackson seems to confuse herself with her own terms

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Why Do You Need Privacy?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | 6 months ago

Why Do You Need Privacy?

"Why do you need privacy? Orwell wrote about this expensively in 1984. If you can not have privacy you are not free. The state is able to go through your private musings. At that point, they're able to examine your consciousness. You can not be a free people without privacy. And for the federal government to be able to come in 270 man hours with 30 FBI agents into Mar-a-Lago and occupy Mar-a-Lago because of a paperwork dispute is outrageous. Now we learned what was in the warrant Friday, but the warrant isn't very telling what we demand is the affidavit. What did you tell the judge as it's so important that it can't wait that we have to go to Mar-a-Lago this very instant? Was Donald Trump constructing a dirty bomb in the Donald J Trump presidential ballroom? Was Donald Trump sex trafficking children through Mar-a-Lago? Well, they never raided Jeffrey Epstein's home for that or Bill Clinton's home, who's Donald Trump helping foreign cartels or the Iranian revolutionary guard. No, they said that Donald Trump had paperwork that he was supposed to return to the national archives. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton widespread destroyed them, Barack Obama has boxes of national archive records at Martha's Vineyard. No, no, no, no. We know what this was. This was a shot across the bow. This was a shock and awe campaign to show you that you are a subject, not a citizen.

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Kyle Bass's Reaction to Xi Jinping's Comments on Capitalism

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:16 min | 7 months ago

Kyle Bass's Reaction to Xi Jinping's Comments on Capitalism

"Gigi Peng wrote in one of his musings at some point or a speech that he gave all about how the theory of western capitalism is the ultimate force and it's being shaken to its core. Socialist development has experienced a miracle. Western capitalism has suffered reversals of financial crisis credit crisis. A crisis of confidence and their self conviction has wavered Western countries have begun to reflect an openly or secretively compare themselves against China's politics, economy and path Gigi ping on the inevitability of socialism about here immediate reaction to Gigi ping's musings on the inevitability of the Chinese future. It brings a smile to my face. We all know communism is never worked. And they are the second largest economy in the world say if we give them the benefit of the doubt or the conversion of their currency into ours, but they still have a closed capital account. They have to build a wall to keep their own people in. They have to rinse the Internet of anything that's not Chinese propaganda that's going to their people. China is really a joke to the world and yet they pretend to be the model for stability and prosperity and we're going to see going forward that that's just not the case. And we're right on the precipice of that.

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Ken Klukowski: 'Roe Was a Horribly Written Opinion'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | 9 months ago

Ken Klukowski: 'Roe Was a Horribly Written Opinion'

"Roe was a horribly written opinion. Arguably, there's not a single paragraph in that opinion that is actual legal reasoning where you unpack the law and then apply it to facts. You get philosophical musings in there. They talk about ancient Greece and whatnot. Stuff that has nothing to do with how you interpret the American constitutions. And so when the court in 1992 by a 5 to four vote, it shows not to overrule roe V wade, which was from 1973. The court threw out everything in roe. It's trimester framework and all of this other stuff had done. Because Rome was just an embarrassment. I forgot to mention, and the trimester framework was just cut from whole cloth. They made up this trimester framework where the state has an interest, the state doesn't have an interest. And there was no legal justification. They just made it up. That's right. That was justice blackman who just was who said looking back on his life that he would rather have gone to med school than to law school. And so, you know, read into that what you will. But that's right. Understanding that that was a legally indefensible framework they threw that out and then Casey brought in what was a viability standard that instead of three parts of a pregnancy, there's only two. There is before a child is viable outside the womb and then after it's viable and the issue of whether something is an undue burden on a woman seeking an abortion before viability and but that too proved to be a completely unworkable framework and that was a, that was a big part of justice Alito's opinion

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Same Problems (MM #4067)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Same Problems (MM #4067)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Yes, there was one of those days for me. I've been fighting with my mobile phone carrier. You probably have heard of the company that starts with an a and ends with a TT. Pattern for 17 years. I knew the end was coming when they were going to raise my rates because they wanted me on a newer plan that could charge me more money. The plan I was on was their cheapest at over a $150 a month. And they were going to raise me $12 a month. And after 17 years there was nothing I could do about it. So I switched to a company that starts with a T and ends with mobile. And they're all the same. I run into the same problems every time I switch. Nothing is ever smooth, and I understand that. Now at least we can port our numbers as they say and move our number from one carrier to another, but it's never easy. It's never fun, and it's never quick. So I can spend hours literally on hold with her tech support people trying to answer what I think are simple questions that nobody seems to have ever been asked before. I finally get resolved eventually, but it's never easy, it's never quick, and I didn't think I was some kind of power user, but I must be. Different place, different carrier, same cell phone, same problems. Go figure.

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Same Problems (MM #4067)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Same Problems (MM #4067)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Yes, there was one of those days for me. I've been fighting with my mobile phone carrier. You probably have heard of the company that starts with an a and ends with a TT. Pattern for 17 years. I knew the end was coming when they were going to raise my rates because they wanted me on a newer plan that could charge me more money. The plan I was on was their cheapest at over a $150 a month. And they were going to raise me $12 a month. And after 17 years there was nothing I could do about it. So I switched to a company that starts with a T and ends with mobile. And they're all the same. I run into the same problems every time I switch. Nothing is ever smooth, and I understand that. Now at least we can port our numbers as they say and move our number from one carrier to another, but it's never easy. It's never fun, and it's never quick. So I can spend hours literally on hold with her tech support people trying to answer what I think are simple questions that nobody seems to have ever been asked before. I finally get resolved eventually, but it's never easy, it's never quick, and I didn't think I was some kind of power user, but I must be. Different place, different carrier, same cell phone, same problems. Go figure.

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Same Problems (MM #4067)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Same Problems (MM #4067)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Yes, there was one of those days for me. I've been fighting with my mobile phone carrier. You probably have heard of the company that starts with an a and ends with a TT. Pattern for 17 years. I knew the end was coming when they were going to raise my rates because they wanted me on a newer plan that could charge me more money. The plan I was on was their cheapest at over a $150 a month. And they were going to raise me $12 a month. And after 17 years there was nothing I could do about it. So I switched to a company that starts with a T and ends with mobile. And they're all the same. I run into the same problems every time I switch. Nothing is ever smooth, and I understand that. Now at least we can port our numbers as they say and move our number from one carrier to another, but it's never easy. It's never fun, and it's never quick. So I can spend hours literally on hold with her tech support people trying to answer what I think are simple questions that nobody seems to have ever been asked before. I finally get resolved eventually, but it's never easy, it's never quick, and I didn't think I was some kind of power user, but I must be. Different place, different carrier, same cell phone, same problems. Go figure.

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Best Coffee (MM #4066)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Best Coffee (MM #4066)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. I'm a casual coffee drinker. I just know two kinds of coffee. Good coffee and bad coffee. I don't know how you make good coffee. I don't know how you make bad coffee, but when somebody hands me a cup of coffee, I can tell you if it's good or bad. And that's the funny thing about coffee people. They all have feelings about coffee. They all have their opinions when it comes to places like Starbucks, people either love it or hate it. Some say it's bitter, some say it's burnt, some say it's the worst tasting coffee out there, and then some will tell you it's some of the best coffee out there. But I saw a story online the other day about 8 coffee shop chains with the best quality coffee in America. Some of which I've heard of, but don't know much about. The coffee bean and tea leaf over a thousand locations worldwide, some of the best coffee around. Likewise, for Pete's coffee and tea. But the one thing I noticed about it, all the big chains that are everywhere, nowhere to be found in this list. And I don't know if that's good or bad. Because the person who wrote it has got to be biased, because for coffee lovers, there's no gray area. You love it, or you hate it, but sometimes you just can't explain why.

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Belly Fat (MM #4065)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Belly Fat (MM #4065)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason I talk, I wouldn't necessarily say often about being a fat guy about being overweight and body fat is a problem for me, specifically stomach fat, or visceral fat as they call it. Abdominal fat. So I have a lot of articles pop up in my news feed. When it comes to being fat, being overweight, belly fat, all those things. And I saw a story the other day and what I believe was the publication, eat this, not that, which I see a lot of their stories, talking about tricks I can use to lose my visceral fat. Genius visceral fat losing tricks. The first one was meditation. Then, of course, work out being number two. Well, duh. Number three, way and measure your food. There's another duh, then of course the one that I've been yelled at for years, putting your sleep first, making sure you get 7 or 8 hours. I've been trying for a long, long time to get 7 or 8, but somehow people don't want to give me that time. Where's the genius fat loss tricks? Oh wait a minute, meditate. Yeah, I don't know about that. I've got a lot of friends who meditate. I don't have any problem with meditation, but losing fat with meditating? Come on, you got to be kidding me here, right?

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Bad Son (MM #4064)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Bad Son (MM #4064)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. It's Mother's Day and I don't often admit when I'm a bad son, because I try not to be a bad son, but I think today I officially fit the ranks of being a bad son. Now with that said, the reason why? I thought Mother's Day was next weekend. I realized there's this thing called Google, and there's this thing called a calendar, and you can go look and it'll tell you when Mother's Day is. But I automatically, for some reason, thought, well, it's got to be next weekend. It's the second Sunday of the month. Although I realized, well, the first of the month was a Sunday, and so therefore, may 15th is the third Sunday of the month. So I was wrong. So I didn't send my mother a card. I will call my mother as I do each and every Mother's Day to talk to just say hello and kind of spend time with her. I know if I were a better son, I'd actually go visit her, but it's one of those things we've lived apart for so long. It's just easier to talk over the phone rather than see each other because it's both tiring and expensive for both of us. So I'll say hello to mom and that's a great thing. She's only been my mom for over 60 years, so but I'm a bad son today. I'm going to own up to it. I'm going to put it out on the Internet for everybody else to hear. Of course, luckily my mom's not on the Internet, so she won't know a thing.

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Spoiled Princess (MM #4063)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Spoiled Princess (MM #4063)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. It's been no secret that I'm a cat lover. I've had cats now for going on 30 years, something like that, I think. My first wife was the one that got us cats the first time, and I wasn't thrilled about it then, but it did change my life. Right now, we have one, our princess, if you will, are spoiled princess, busy, who rules the house, it's her house and we just happen to live here. Recently, we've had visitors, and it's not that their visitors who want to bother us. Well, visitors who are curious because they see the cat behind the glass. We've got cats who roam the neighborhood and they just stop by. And they don't stop by to cause trouble. It's like they're curious. And so she sits in her little front window perch and freaks out because she's an indoor cat. She's never really been outside and, well, she can't handle it. She doesn't know what to do. Fright or flight, and she bangs her head against the window and she kisses and she growls and now they won't stay close, but they stay around. They're just being friendly. They're just stopping by and saying hi. So what does our spoiled princess do? She sits in the window and watches and yawns. Well, I'm sure we'll have another visitor today or tomorrow or whenever and want to hear the bumping on the window. I'll know what to do.

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Tough Being A Fan (MM #4062)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Tough Being A Fan (MM #4062)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Being a fan is a funny thing, because it's tough being a fan, depending on how big of a fan you are, does that make sense? The more you are a fan, the more emotional you get with things. Wednesday was a weird day for me. It was the day of the announcement for The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for 2022. And the NASCAR Hall of Fame for 2023. And of course, I'm a big fan of both rock and roll and NASCAR. And while, well, you don't look at the people who got in and say, well, I don't want them or they shouldn't get in or maybe you do. You're more upset about the people you wanted to get in that didn't. The Rock hall, I pretty much given up on that as of many people, because it's really just a popularity contest. The band I wanted in most, the band I believe to be in most. Of course, I'm a big fan of. That's Devo, the hometown boys from just outside of Cleveland. And guess what? They didn't get in. I don't even think they got close. Now I got no qualms with pat benatar with even Eminem for that matter. Same thing with NASCAR. Don't mind who got in. Don't mind Matt Kenseth. Don't mind Kirk shelmerdine, but wish Harry Hyde had gotten in. I know it's a silly thing, but it's those things that prove we're a fan.

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Spread Too Thin (MM #4061)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Spread Too Thin (MM #4061)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. If there's a common theme I see here in our world today, it's the fact that we're all spread too thin. And when I say that, I mean, in terms of our time, our work, our money, everything, for everybody, seems to be spread too thin. I noticed that when I was talking with some folks the other day as they're just not enough time in their job because they haven't replaced people in the department, they're having a hard time attracting new people to the department. They're taking so long to make their decisions and hiring people. Everybody spread too thin because they're covering. When it comes to budget, here we are again. My cell phone provider decides they're not making enough money and wants to boost me up a little bit more in terms of another ten or 20 bucks a month. My rent, same thing, it's going up another 95 bucks a month next year. Everything seems to be going up, up and up, but our paychecks were all spread too thin. And it's something we've all got to worry about. Too many demands and not enough hours. We're all spread too thin when it comes to sleep, we're all spread too thin. I don't know if that's going to change. We had hoped it was going to get better. Technology is supposed to improve that. It hasn't.

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Spread Too Thin (MM #4061)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Spread Too Thin (MM #4061)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. If there's a common theme I see here in our world today, it's the fact that we're all spread too thin. And when I say that, I mean, in terms of our time, our work, our money, everything, for everybody, seems to be spread too thin. I noticed that when I was talking with some folks the other day as they're just not enough time in their job because they haven't replaced people in the department, they're having a hard time attracting new people to the department. They're taking so long to make their decisions and hiring people. Everybody spread too thin because they're covering. When it comes to budget, here we are again. My cell phone provider decides they're not making enough money and wants to boost me up a little bit more in terms of another ten or 20 bucks a month. My rent, same thing, it's going up another 95 bucks a month next year. Everything seems to be going up, up and up, but our paychecks were all spread too thin. And it's something we've all got to worry about. Too many demands and not enough hours. We're all spread too thin when it comes to sleep, we're all spread too thin. I don't know if that's going to change. We had hoped it was going to get better. Technology is supposed to improve that. It hasn't.

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Spread Too Thin (MM #4061)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Spread Too Thin (MM #4061)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. If there's a common theme I see here in our world today, it's the fact that we're all spread too thin. And when I say that, I mean, in terms of our time, our work, our money, everything, for everybody, seems to be spread too thin. I noticed that when I was talking with some folks the other day as they're just not enough time in their job because they haven't replaced people in the department, they're having a hard time attracting new people to the department. They're taking so long to make their decisions and hiring people. Everybody spread too thin because they're covering. When it comes to budget, here we are again. My cell phone provider decides they're not making enough money and wants to boost me up a little bit more in terms of another ten or 20 bucks a month. My rent, same thing, it's going up another 95 bucks a month next year. Everything seems to be going up, up and up, but our paychecks were all spread too thin. And it's something we've all got to worry about. Too many demands and not enough hours. We're all spread too thin when it comes to sleep, we're all spread too thin. I don't know if that's going to change. We had hoped it was going to get better. Technology is supposed to improve that. It hasn't.

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Student Loans (MM #4060)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Student Loans (MM #4060)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. There has been a lot of talk in recent years about the government for giving student loan debt. They're really pushing the Biden administration to do something about it. And while there's talk, I'm not quite sure what's going to happen. And to be honest with you, I don't know how I feel. Like everybody who went to college, I had loans. Luckily for me, I guess, most of mine were actually grants, because my father was unemployed throughout much of my college years. I got scholarships, but did have to take out a loan my senior year and couldn't get one through the school. So I had to finagle my way to a loan and let me tell you, I paid dearly for it for years, paying something at the time of like 20, 30% interest. I paid it off. Luckily, it was 1980s dollars, so it wasn't so bad, but kids with crippling debt today, I understand the frustration. For me, it depends on the college they go to. There are lots of great state schools that people just don't want to consider. So instead, they go to the expensive ones. And maybe that's what we have to look at. Why did you go to the school you went to? Were there any other options? I know it's not going to work that way, but I'm kind of confused. And I really don't know where I stand.

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Student Loans (MM #4060)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Student Loans (MM #4060)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. There has been a lot of talk in recent years about the government for giving student loan debt. They're really pushing the Biden administration to do something about it. And while there's talk, I'm not quite sure what's going to happen. And to be honest with you, I don't know how I feel. Like everybody who went to college, I had loans. Luckily for me, I guess, most of mine were actually grants, because my father was unemployed throughout much of my college years. I got scholarships, but did have to take out a loan my senior year and couldn't get one through the school. So I had to finagle my way to a loan and let me tell you, I paid dearly for it for years, paying something at the time of like 20, 30% interest. I paid it off. Luckily, it was 1980s dollars, so it wasn't so bad, but kids with crippling debt today, I understand the frustration. For me, it depends on the college they go to. There are lots of great state schools that people just don't want to consider. So instead, they go to the expensive ones. And maybe that's what we have to look at. Why did you go to the school you went to? Were there any other options? I know it's not going to work that way, but I'm kind of confused. And I really don't know where I stand.

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Student Loans (MM #4060)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Student Loans (MM #4060)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. There has been a lot of talk in recent years about the government for giving student loan debt. They're really pushing the Biden administration to do something about it. And while there's talk, I'm not quite sure what's going to happen. And to be honest with you, I don't know how I feel. Like everybody who went to college, I had loans. Luckily for me, I guess, most of mine were actually grants, because my father was unemployed throughout much of my college years. I got scholarships, but did have to take out a loan my senior year and couldn't get one through the school. So I had to finagle my way to a loan and let me tell you, I paid dearly for it for years, paying something at the time of like 20, 30% interest. I paid it off. Luckily, it was 1980s dollars, so it wasn't so bad, but kids with crippling debt today, I understand the frustration. For me, it depends on the college they go to. There are lots of great state schools that people just don't want to consider. So instead, they go to the expensive ones. And maybe that's what we have to look at. Why did you go to the school you went to? Were there any other options? I know it's not going to work that way, but I'm kind of confused. And I really don't know where I stand.

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"musings" Discussed on Joseyphina's World

Joseyphina's World

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"musings" Discussed on Joseyphina's World

"Most girls complain. That good guys are hard to find as if we were some sort of rare species but we are right there with you helping with your heavy luggage wiles putting on a genius smile shower you with compliments because we believe in building you treating you with respect because you deserve nothing less but some way. Somehow we are never good enough for you. Oh just a good friend. He's like a brother. Never an option to be something more. Maybe your last resort. Because if we were why would you bypass us and jump into the car of the bad guy. We hear all the reasons you give. They make you feel special. They are not so spiritual they have a class. They've got the swag and they are both rough and smooth since when did being gentlemen become a thing of the past but then it's our arms run back into when they break your heart over and over again. It's our shoulders. You lean into cry your hearts out. When you get hurt how come. We are qualified to be your comforters. And not your lover's we tenderly nurse. You're winded hearts and gather the smashed pieces of your heart only to find you back into their arms. When you've gotten yourself together you get treated like fantasy objects because you let them and you get shocked when things don't work out when the length of your skirt is even shorter than the time you spent together. Every fantasy turns into him when fully satisfied. Why settle to be. Someone's for the meantime when you were created to be a person's forever we treat you like the gem. You're but surprisingly the find that uncomfortable because you think devaluing yourself met being trendy and keeping up with the times we won't talk dirty to you because you are worth more than that. Arise don't linger in lust after you because we appreciate the interview anymore. We won't emotionally blackmail. You increasing our beds to remain faithful because promiscuity doesn't make a man it only makes him less of it and besides what makes them the standard. If you wanna know if anyone is deserving of you try this compare him to jesus and find out where he falls short. We are not bragging. But i'm sure that we'd be way of the scale than your classic kind of guy if you believe jesus as the lover of your soul then be rest assured that your heart would be guarded with all due diligence. We'll help you become the best version of yourself and not tear you down to gratify our ego. Yeah we might be to churches but trust us. We are your best choice photo credits to google images. We are honored to hand are handke's to you when you cry and to make you smile when you are down but we'd appreciate if you take us out of the friend zone. We are not too nice to be something more. We are more than capable of loving you just the way you deserve because we have tapped it from the source of love himself if the church is god's bride that allow yourself to be hours and we'll show you what true love is all about signed your niece friends..

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"musings" Discussed on Joseyphina's World

Joseyphina's World

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"musings" Discussed on Joseyphina's World

"Most girls complain. That good guys are hard to find as if we were some sort of rare species but we are right there with you helping with your heavy luggage wiles putting on a genius smile shower you with compliments because we believe in building you treating you with respect because you deserve nothing less but some way. Somehow we are never good enough for you. Oh just a good friend. He's like a brother. Never an option to be something more. Maybe your last resort. Because if we were why would you bypass us and jump into the car of the bad guy. We hear all the reasons you give. They make you feel special. They are not so spiritual they have a class. They've got the swag and they are both rough and smooth since when did being gentlemen become a thing of the past but then it's our arms run back into when they break your heart over and over again. It's our shoulders. You lean into cry your hearts out. When you get hurt how come. We are qualified to be your comforters. And not your lover's we tenderly nurse. You're winded hearts and gather the smashed pieces of your heart only to find you back into their arms. When you've gotten yourself together you get treated like fantasy objects because you let them and you get shocked when things don't work out when the length of your skirt is even shorter than the time you spent together. Every fantasy turns into him when fully satisfied. Why settle to be. Someone's for the meantime when you were created to be a person's forever we treat you like the gem. You're but surprisingly the find that uncomfortable because you think devaluing yourself met being trendy and keeping up with the times we won't talk dirty to you because you are worth more than that. Arise don't linger in lust after you because we appreciate the interview anymore. We won't emotionally blackmail. You increasing our beds to remain faithful because promiscuity doesn't make a man it only makes him less of it and besides what makes them the standard. If you wanna know if anyone is deserving of you try this compare him to jesus and find out where he falls short. We are not bragging. But i'm sure that we'd be way of the scale than your classic kind of guy if you believe jesus as the lover of your soul then be rest assured that your heart would be guarded with all due diligence. We'll help you become the best version of yourself and not tear you down to gratify our ego. Yeah we might be to churches but trust us. We are your best choice photo credits to google images. We are honored to hand are handke's to you when you cry and to make you smile when you are down but we'd appreciate if you take us out of the friend zone. We are not too nice to be something more. We are more than capable of loving you just the way you deserve because we have tapped it from the source of love himself if the church is god's bride that allow yourself to be hours and we'll show you what true love is all about signed your niece friends..

handke google
"musings" Discussed on Joseyphina's World

Joseyphina's World

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"musings" Discussed on Joseyphina's World

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"musings" Discussed on Premium Hoops

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05:39 min | 1 year ago

"musings" Discussed on Premium Hoops

"Atlanta. I really doubt it like i. I don't think atlanta was just a fluke to me Miami has gotten so much better or not so much. That was maybe a little bit exaggerated but like they. I mean you had jimmy missing a bunch of time last year to start the year and came back after dealing with culver and he struggled to start. I think miami's going to be better and have a bounceback your next year. Chicago has gotten better and i would say. Chicago's a better team than indiana right now. The knicks are probably. I have indiana the nixon like right around the same category like tier three and a half wherever you want to call it and you could say. Maybe boston will be better. Maybe not i still think. Charlotte has a potential to be a playoff team this year. Washington it just depends. I know spencer dinwiddie sign there. That hasn't been finalized yet. So i don't wanna be to gung ho about it. I don't know how toronto yet because our is pascal stock going to be there is not going to be there. We really don't know that that's it's like toronto. Could go in any direction. They could stay exactly other doing like they might not change up there at all. It doesn't seem like that's the case. But i'm not sure but point being like as much as i like the talent on this indiana team. I just think it is clear that they need to make a change in regards to their one of the centers like i. I try really hard to stray away from this especially covering the team Because i do get frustrated in and we can't just talk about them without always talking about having a trade them. Miles turner's name has been thrown around in trays for four years now Both him and modest bonus. Incredible players Very good players. Who are both above average centers. Demonise was all star. Miles turner is a guy who i think. If you've been healthy the slasher would have been deservingly..

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04:43 min | 1 year ago

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"Last year only one thirteenth man and one of the things that i absolutely loved about utah last year was how many minutes and meaningful minutes quin snyder. Got some a. I still think there is a lot there for him to work on his decision. Making is not quite there yet. Like he's a solid fuel guy but like he he's still stops the ball a little bit and that was killer for the jazz like it wasn't all the time but there were moments where life may only gets the ball in the corner and he's a capable shooter like if somebody's closing out to him and he doesn't take the ball right away that can really negate the initial advantage created by donovan mitchell. Mike conley or whoever drives and especially for the way that utah's built. You can't do that so i think you're looking for that for me only this year but i also thought he showed some real flashes defensively that i liked last year. He just brings more athleticism. I think if the shot is there and he's capable of attacking like he can drive to the rim score room. He can do stuff as a quarter that i really like. He's somebody who. I'm high on coming into this year as a real bet on candidate and what they can do like looking at royce. O.'neil a couple years back as he started to come. In as a as an undrafted guy i wanna say was undrafted. I can't remember my apologies from wrong on that. I don't have the time to look it up right now. But i really liked how he started to integrate. And we've seen how he's become a real star in the league now. I think that that's there for miami and with more ball hanley chops and i think there's a little bit more upside for him to just as an offensive player. I'm very to see how that works. Allies hughes who was their second round draft pick out of syracuse i. He didn't play a talk for utah. Last year. he played more in the g. league. I didn't watch his dealing minutes just to be completely honest watches much because i wanted to last year. We'll probably watch more this year analysis out of school but with the logic us like he showed some real. I know he got very hyped up in the twenty twenty draft because of i. I don't mean a positive or negative. Just mean like he was hyped up because i think he led the ncaa isolation scoring efficiency. If i remember correctly he's a good size wing with some shock creation shops and ability to do that. I wanna see more from him defensively. I don't know what his playmaking is like. Because again like i haven't seen him since syracuse..

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"musings" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

08:36 min | 1 year ago

"musings" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Ago and this is one reason why crushes more and more likely. We've just loaded paul gotcha. And the way he meets around the peleton. We say never looked so. He's going to cross but but the likelihood of him going through sailing through the next six or seven tours incident. Free is quite remote one and you know if you've got the second best writer in the world in the field and this year it wasn't car passed but he's you know he was very close to the second best writer bingu. God then you've got a real chance of winning tour. So i think it would probably be a mistake to assume that they have to tear up with of their plans on their roster and do something completely different. There are a lot of teams with designs on yellow jersey and the torture. Franz who are going to be frustrated got charm remains the level. He is and you can do is get as close as possible. Well without our road. Captain and direct sportifs richard more. It feels like we're we've gone through the finish line. And which carrying riding back to the hotel the length of this podcast but I suppose there's three weeks of racing to sum up and haven't heard your thoughts on any of it on the cost daniel but one big story that we've saved to last mark condition his his Four stage wins and his bid to overtake eddie. Murphy's record thirty four different stages I made a kilometer zero on this subject Which went out on the final friday. The tour it was really a sort of meandering journey through my own. Interaction with cabinet over the years Quite enjoyed writing and just reminding myself of stuff that i'd completely forgotten about combination. Just the things that come through from his early. Years was single-minded determination. And you know the the way that he would create an issue in his own mind to self generate some fuel for the fire and it felt a little bit like that was back This tour although it was it was a mellow combination. Compared to you know he's he's absolute peak wasn't it and that might onto social media. He's he seemed to give us mechanic a pretty hard time about the bike. Something he Laid to try to clear up on social media He came just short. On the sean. Sali's a perhaps the team out of legs a little bit on the run in a allowed Humor visa and wealth and all in particular to get into a one position and the door closed on him There was a moment where he could have gone. But it was probably too far from the line and ends at tour tied on thirty four state. Wins with eddie merckx. What did you make of it daniel. On sunday i think that was the first decision. He made one decision one mistake and it was the first real mistake made in the whole tour and that was to leave morcos will and if you watch where mike moore co ends up with about two hundred meters to go. I long after candidatures left his wheel. Well markers in the perfect position and we promote ahead of him and even we now you know being able to sprint cash end up ended up third so i think that was a a great opportunity. Missed unfortunately on Back a lot of people talked about stage nineteen as well in the opportunity that may have been missed their one to me line that day the first of fifty kilometers of the race with through i refer to louis or kanye country lose kanye the wop's spanish by birth writer who who moved to france at a fairly early agent spent much of his life down in that area just sort of south of the longed. If you know france between the pyrenees and bodo basically and then louis kind of course he's whole story. His whole career really was defined by the missed opportunity of nine thousand nine hundred seventy one and the opportunity they had to be eddie merckx and he was seven or eight minutes up on general classification when he crashed in the needs christ out in in tore and yelm. Merck's is so sorry pops. The opportunity that he'll route to surpass mertz his record Was it spurned on that day as the peleton's or made its way through through the lawns. Ample it's you know. What a fantastic story. It was just a disorienting. Feeling to have candidates back in you know with the wall of the kind of bravado and all of the drama that he brings in all the personality in the storyline that he brings which we were so accustomed to for for so many years of suddenly four five years. When it's easy to forget now in the post lance armstrong world of two thousand eight to two thousand twelve counts. Joan came back in two thousand. Nine candidates was the biggest. He was always the biggest show in town In professional talking suddenly from an anglo-saxon perspective. I think from an international perspective. He he had the most charisma. As i say there was always the most drama around cavendish and it was just like being back in that era. Which just as i say was was quite disorienting. But you know fabulous it. Was this this. Really kind of self indulgent for felt frozen astrologist trip and and just i'm one. He was kind of aware of as well. I mean mimicking the celebrations. Thought we just you know. I mean it really dacuda. My kind of nostalgia. driven heartstrings. Really that no not. Because i was you know wild by the fact that he was winning again because i mean if you think back you know. Pretty much written him often thought. This would absolutely beyond possible notting. I think we just yeah. But the the the the respect for the tour and just as a storyteller isn't he can shot. He's you know he's always created stories and he's aware of the history not just of his own career but the tour itself and i think that's the romantic in me says that tying thirty four stages is the the right result. Patrick lefevre said At the very end of our kilometer zero if he were to win number thirty five on the show. I'm selena in the green jersey. That would be the moment to exit out of the big door as he said rather than leave the sport through the small door just very quickly. Annuity think there'll be another chapter another opportunity For cabinet to get not thirty. Fifth win I don't know I thought this at the tour was improbable. Or would you know. A few months ago. I would have thought it was improbable non impossible so i wouldn't rule anything out. I just wonder how negotiations will go now with lefevere candidacy desperate to stay there but in a way lefavor might think that he needs cavendish less than combination needs him so that puts him in a position of great strength on the other hand. You know dependent quick have had this great tradition of sprinters. This bloodline of prince's but move move seamlessly from one to the next. Who is it going to be. It's not cabinet here because jakobsen although we we hope we hope fabio jakobsen. We'll we'll come back to the level. He was up for. He's terrible crushing tour of poland last year. But it might take a bit longer. He might not be ready for that next year. The tour tim me has year. Although he's been linked with the clinic another year on his contract without opposite phoenix. So am cabinet might still be the best bet for kooning and twenty twenty two tall. But it's going to be more competition you and wasn't there for the majority of the tool this year. Sam bennett will probably be for someone for borough. We think next year so it will be and so on indiana's enough people that changed the nature of the sprint. Isn't that that's that's the thing but you can only be. Who's on the start. Line with the The you out in the sprinting failed was which thin a- perhaps if being full wassenaar wouldn't have been a.

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"musings" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"musings" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Last mark condition his his Four stage wins and his bid to overtake eddie. Murphy's record thirty four different stages I made a kilometer zero on this subject Which went out on the final friday. The tour it was really sort of meandering journey through my own interaction with cabinet over the years Quite enjoyed writing and just reminding myself of stuff that i'd completely forgotten about combination. Just the things that come through from his early. Years was single-minded determination. And you know the the way that he would create an issue in his own mind to self generate some fuel for the fire and it felt a little bit like that was back This tour although it was it was a mellow combination. Compared to you know he's he's absolute peak wasn't it and was the incident that might onto social media. He's he seemed to give us mechanic a pretty hard time about the bike. Something he Laid to try to clear up on social media He came just short. On the. Sean i am perhaps the team out of legs a little bit on the run in a allowed Humor visa and wealth and all in particular to get into a one position and the door closed on him There was a moment where he could have gone. But it was probably too far from the line and ends at tour tied on thirty four state. Wins with eddie merckx. What did you make of it daniel. On sunday i think that was the first decision. He made one decision one mistake and it was the first real mistake made in the whole tour and that was to leave morcos will and if you watch where mike moore co ends up with about two hundred meters to go. I long after candidatures left his wheel. Well markers in the perfect position and we promote ahead of him and even we now you know being able to sprint cash end up ended up third so i think that was a a great opportunity..

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"musings" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"musings" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Com the code. Is daniel twenty five. Cpt shambhu actually scp twenty-five listeners. Know this this is a long time. Yes indeed well in this phone apart. Let's talk about team us first and then cash team. Any os ended up on the podium with richard. Caterpillar is not the most convincing richer counterparts that we've seen in greenwich really You know by any measure. A place on the podium is a decent result. The absence of a stage win probably less less so but a funny tour for team in the us. I mean on paper at the stall. It looked like it was absolutely packed with know power people to ride hard in the mountains which they do to to be fair to them they get very hard on some of the mountain stages at sort of shuffled cap has the overall standings but my impression at the end was the really. That's perhaps a changing of the guard. You t. menial. In terms of of the writers and other teams have talent spotted younger riders much more effectively. They don't want to use a football analogy. But as it's just the two of us daniel richards not here to police mentioned. It feels like sort of a light era josie marino team where the checkbook wins over the youth development policy and any us has had You know more resources. Many teams perhaps all teams in terms of being able to offer significant salaries. But they almost just sort of you know the completing of the circle with rehiring ritchie poor. Not saying that. That wasn't a good signing. He had finished on the podium. In last year's to which of course would only last september. But i don't know they just looked a little bit like a like some of the legs. Perhaps gone ride is over the summit and on on their way down and the whole team needs a little bit of a shakeup. And then of course you remember. It's only two months ago. The eggen banal won the jiro so they spent force by pretty much seasoning. I mean they've had a funds but the one thing about the tool was that was really an absence of this kind of rip the rulebook racing strategy. That diaper house was talking about back in january. I think we will raise our eyebrows. Beat-up back When when he talked about racing less predictably more aggressively when it came down to it really. They rode like a team that had the yellow jersey. A lot of time and the criticism that they were doing you a work for them at key points. In the race i think does have some validity having said that they did they did shake a few people down that you say in order to move carapace and they got him onto the podium the end but it wasn't this sort of dynamic swashbuckling Stuff that we saw from you know even by visa you know who who obviously have got well class riders but reduced down to four. You know they were. They were down to the so bad bones really by the end. I don't know what what did you make of his tour overall. I mean i think it's easy to be Hypercritical of the way weather just because they didn't win of car pauses. While i think has a really good race. I think he's he's really saved. They're all he saito last year and he saved this year. But i think we've probably seen he's high watermark. I think we know how good carapaces is. We know he's very consistent. He's very reliable but he's probably not good enough. At the moment i talked about pug proofing grunter state grant or roots any way to poke proof a grand tour route. Institue that it would favor car pass be. Perhaps i stays the whole thing in maybe central africa. Just you know bank on the fact that this idea that pogue is not very good in the in extreme heat on campuses to do quite wellings stream he may be carapace. The higher gets over two thousand. Two thousand. Five hundred meters may be that he starts to eat into pogos advanced. You know i. I just don't think he's quite good enough to beat. Got char particularly if you're going to throw in thirty forty kilometer time charles time which was the case in this year's tour i'm agree with you to sending sent on the change of the guard. I think in the toll team in particular the i i would maybe suggest that don't again nikko. Nicola apple still not being adequately replaced the late nikola portal. I think that they need paps. A firm hand. Not least because i see that there are two coaches in that team that have created a bit of a bifurcation in that team between the sort of stores. The british english speaking stalwarts and this Latin american Block now or spanish. Speaking block which is now been created and i believe you know the happy moments when crew communication has been a bit of an issue including during the toward france. And i think they need a strong lead To to pull those different strands together. I'm in the form. Sportifs butts in terms of talent identification agree with you on that front Talked about the likelihood of a new star. Another new staw. Maybe someone even superior to po chao emerging while the hot tip to be that writer is is spanish writer on a uso. Who what is about to make his professional debut for you a portuguese team and he'd be most people's If there is anyone in the next copy is going to emerge to challenge forgot. Gotcha on the other hand you know. Maybe tom pitcock is going to be. The guy came. And maybe you know there are a lot of hopes resting on his shoulders now. And he's the guy that any us will look to build the to challenge around in the next few years while i was going to alienate half the listeners. By saying once. Tom peacocks finish playing around on the amounting bike maps. It would do some. Prophesy clean. But i don't believe that so i'm just saying to be deliberately provocative but it's interesting isn't it. It's like you look at the strength in depth. The ineos has something that richard says. But i think we've probably all had at times. You can have this. You can have a strong team of strong writers who can read excess saving pace. But if you haven't got the fastest klima the best rider in the race. Only really doing is playing into the hands of of that writer. Because paul got your when he was under an. I'm doing air quotes here in inverted commas pressure by any. He was just sitting in in the armed. Jesse yes it did on occasion You know put the team under a bit of pressure and they lost rided and left him isolated to a degree but on the the train was pocket. Got ya was perfectly capable of isolating himself. Budget's going off the front on his own. I mean the stage to legrand born on wages road past the remnants of the bright gaining time. The the problem there was there was no coherent chase because everybody else was was showed..

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"musings" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"musings" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Cycling podcast is supported by science in sport. Science and sport fueled by science. Thank you to saw sport four supporting a through yet another tour francois incredibly grateful to them for their support and we were running a competition over the course of the tool asking you. The listeners to predict the winner of each sunday stage in the super sunday science bowl competition. I mean really uncomfortable. With asking people to speculate gas really just guesswork but there were a lot of people guessed correctly or four. Sundays and The project will be winning their white to four winners. The winner of the final stage on the trump alita was of art. And you and rennie. Is the winner off the energy bundle from science and sport so that will be on its way shortly and if you want to get twenty five percent off. All of science board products at the website scientist dot com the code. Is daniel twenty five. Cpt shambhu actually scp twenty-five listeners. Know this this is a long time. Yes indeed well in this phone apart. Let's talk about team any first and then cash team. Any os ended up on the podium with richard. Caterpillar is not the most convincing richer counterparts that we've seen in greenwich really You know by any measure. A place on the podium is a decent result. The absence of a stage win probably less less so but a funny tour for team in the us. I mean on paper at the stall. It looked like it was absolutely packed with jesse power people to ride hard in the mountains which they do to to be fair to them they get very hard on some of the mountain stages at sort of shuffled cap has the overall standings but my impression at the end was the really. That's perhaps a changing of the guard. You t. menial. In terms of of the writers and other teams have talent spotted younger riders much more effectively. They don't want to use a football analogy as it's just the two of us daniel richards not here to police mentioned. It feels like sort of a light era josie marino team where the checkbook wins over the youth development policy and any us has had You know more resources. Many teams perhaps all teams in terms of being able to offer significant salaries. But almost to sort of you know the completing of the circle with rehiring ritchie. Not saying that. That wasn't a good signing. He had finished on the podium. In last year's to which of course would only last september. But i don't know they just looked a little bit like a like some of the legs. Perhaps gone ride is over the summit and on on their way down and the whole team needs a little bit of a shakeup. And then of course you remember. It's only two months ago. The eggen banal won the jiro so they spent force by pretty much seasoning. I mean they've had a funds but the one thing about the tool was that was really an absence of this kind of rip the rulebook racing strategy. That diaper house was talking about back in january. I think we will raise our eyebrows..

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"musings" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"musings" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Any part was shunt into the final part. Where we're talk about mark cavendish be to Overtake eddie marks record. A state win. But before that let's just hear the final diary entries from kona swift. Who wrote the tool for all kacem sick and kept an audio diary force which went out as part of our coloma two zero series. Here's a couple of final entries from kona wrapping up his to de france. Quick post stage recap so Yeah good job. I on the arrows. a- overshoes. Because i ended up spending time on the front The breakway six seven guys None of them threat to the kym. Competition lead into the the base of the first climb of the day. Basically the team won't admit to pull with emerson israel the and Just kept the breakway lead around eight minutes and for those climates with Three three big climbs to call snuffing. them to take Big chunks of time on that a climbs so yeah on the fly into the lead out. Those i was Writing on the front we've Two of a guys and Yeah i mean you know you just you just kind of riding on the front you doing Decent tempo and Just just for is when you pass through you know a few villages that quite technical you know a few left him rights few fuster and then a roundabout quite glove. That you're at the front of the bunch. Because if you sit in las monaco anyone them fifty back in the pilots on realistic bond effect. And they'll be sprint out those colas with the pellets on the big line. See you know when you on the front taking and choosing and picking you live through the corners roundabouts and just keep an eye smooth it. It's kind of nice to know everyone. Just get free. Rob beyond you know a few people Sprint in maybe twenty. Thirty seconds but Boy obviously you know the races and things like i'm sometimes those guys as well and a thinking. Why didn't show fuss on the front or wide riding so fast. Now but yeah. That's that's your story is in not just the stick effect. Shit is a tough one. Sometimes but yeah. I mean today wrote into the bottomless climbing kinda scared. Obviously i've i've been on brought on our off. So and then you go into the bomber climb and then i've got three big climbs ago. Go i think he's almost three thousand meets a climate in the last sixty k. Day stage so Yeah i i was like bit nervous. The first climb. Everyone's going full. And i'm just like when's the group gonna fall looking around some sprint coin. Guys stopped trying to stay with. The climb is former group though in the first five k. that climb always lot so free now thinking. Oh my god going through the college here in even a group that does formed yet. But anyway i took and And then yeah. A small group formed. And i ended up with Cav the quick step boys in a few of his. Yeah it was. It was nice broadening not group i and he's by no means easy. You know still got make time quote in the day and you've still got to ride a decent pace on the climbs and just the support and the other roads fall cavadino. People cheering him on same for peres. In just a green jersey and children want to make the time of the day Great to see and yeah obviously got home safe and sound Tim wise narrow again. A couple of points bought yeah. I don't think he was feeling good in queens. Las climb Yeah i don't think Best of best of legs today but There's always tomorrow same so a plum tomorrow You know he's well. Tomorrow is the day if he wants to get the jersey. You know Yeah to the state to do. So so Let's say all goes there. We go stays nineteen finished after yesterday's stage. Did the last one in the mountains crest in the toll. Malay- catching a glimpse of trump's lease out there in the distance could see it. Let's do is descend down the thome lay and then go final mountain of fronts so So yeah yesterday. Stage obviously didn't quite go to plan with Kintana getting the km jersey. I mean project blew the whole competition pa and you know he's He's taken the kpmg probably without a meaning to so yeah. It's crazy and then yet today stage look spent on paper maybe a break day and We spoke before the stage. Start and just said you know. Watch what who's trying to jump in the break today and Take it from there. Basically and see if it's going to be a breakway. Overspent day in there was a crush like four kansas stage and I came to a stop dogs the crush and then the worst thing is when you crush is getting hit from behind you just break in anyway. Got kind of well. I didn't really get hit. Belong to wheels kind of looked into my from behind and they both tumbled sideways and not force me to tumble sideways onto some grass. You look across. You just looks like just kinda like pathetically fall of my bible. I kind of lost into no a. Yeah just under those. Some gross wouldn't even call it crusher. Just call ever lay down and then you get back to the bunch and the brain kind of already formed in the road kind of blocked in. Yeah six guys going up the road so bit bit bought lot both but then Things off again like hundred canes of the stage and yeah there's big groups like trying to go and talk and i kinda thought this all you know. He's just going to be like ten k. And people jumping around and then sell down again but then he kind of kept on going on and on so moved up to the front of the bunch to Keep an eye on things. And then i was. You know shola. Nothing's gonna go away today like Is going to be a sprint. And then before you know it we go into this little town left right left right now. We're roads come out of town. Boom group twenty guys going on the road great and luckily we ought to led from our team so we was covered. We had Thirty three thirty three point. Three three three percent of our team..

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"musings" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"musings" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Where lost time paul. Gotcha probably the worst day. He's ever had in a grand tour in the mountains. Was that day or move onto and he was still second best climber in the race so you know that is a warning sign to anyone who has aspirations to beat him over the next few years. Absolutely yeah i mean very few chinks in the armor for paul. Gotcha that we've seen in any race. So far Well i said we were going to talk about team. Any part with jumped back into the final part. Where we're talk about mark cavendish be to Overtake eddie marks record. A state win. But before that let's just hear the final diary entries from conus swift. Who wrote the tool for all kacem sick and kept an audio diary force which went out as part of our coloma two zero series. Here's a couple of final entries from kona wrapping up his to de france. Quick post stage recap so Yeah good job on the arrows Overshoes because i ended up spending time on the front The breakway six seven guys None of them threat to the kym. Competition lead into the the base of the first climb of the day. Basically the team won't admit to pull with emerson israel the and Just kept the breakway lead around eight minutes and for those climates with Three three big climbs to call snuffing for Them to take Big chunks of time on that a climbs so yeah on the fly into the lead out. Those i was Writing on the front we've Two of a guys and Yeah i mean you know you just you just kind of riding on the front you doing Decent tempo and Just just for is when you pass through. You know a few villages that quite technical you know a few left him rights few fuster and then a roundabout equipped glove that. You're at the front of the butch. Because if you sit in las monaco anyone the fifty back in the pilots on realistic bind effect. And they'll be sprint out those colas with the pellets on the big line..

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"musings" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"musings" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"And they'll have more money to spend on so you a already. There was a significant step forward this year. They weren't infallible but they were much better than they had been the previous year. I don't really see a way to poke proof the route Because he was the best in overall he was the best in time trials of the jc contenders Andy was the best is certainly the best in the mountains. If anything i think he was even in his general demeanour uncertainly why he was in the media with us the way carried himself. He was even more relaxed this year. And more confident. Robin being more uptight and seeming that he was suffering under the burden of pressure. So again i don't. I don't have any real concerns for him on that score. He never seems like he's gonna crash which you know he's a he's a miss. Misapprehension is misguided and point to make because we know that often most of the time crushing comes down to luck but he carries himself it. Will he rides with such a sort of loose nurse. And supple an agile in peleton. He never looks like he's going to crush seems to be moving around the race on a magic carpet. The pressure factor. I get the sense line whether you agree with me. But i think being from slovenia is a bit of a blessing because it's a country whereas we've all heard we all know country of two million people. The media pressure ba- scrutiny. You could goldfish bowl. But i think it still am. It seems to me to be manageable for example in the mixon at the torture france. This you know. There's one slovenian team of journalists that i don't see a huge a huge contingent of slovenian journalists in the press room for example is nothing like what yoenis finger are. Maybe we'll talk about later. What he's going to face and the the level of scrutiny coverage that there is in. I think it's it's very sort of well-disposed public array sort of supportive. Public pamacho has in sabina. Also some of the attention is deflected by rogue lich because they is divided between potassium wrigley. So i think that's in his favor he got better this year. We got slightly better than he was hostage physically. I think coach is saying you go. Son his His coach said that he were most of his numbers. Were pretty much the same. As the previous year. He's lactate tolerance had improved slightly. Generally he still. I think he still displays exhibits. This kind of play for Again care free attitude and demeanor and he seems to seems to approach racing in in exactly the right way still pretty much game for him. He still loves racing. You see that when he when he sprints at the end of stages that he doesn't need to win an oscar or bit of criticism of misgivings about the some concerns. I mean do idea confessed..

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"musings" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"musings" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Dot. Uk that sum up dot co dot uk. While daniel the race won by today paul gotcha for the second year in a row. Couldn't couldn't have been more different type of win to twenty twenty four Took the yellow jersey at the end of the first week and really decisive fashion. Didn't i mean it was It was well. What was it the right to grumble normally put three minutes into the serious contenders was Matzec my really wasn't it was it i mean. I don't know that i was on. My my chin was on the floor slightly watching him. Just open that gap and seeing how little of a response was but two in a row now and he's only about fourteen so once he's finished school he's unbeatable isn't a it'll be if you just go on to win five nine. Or what if he wins the next three he'll he'll still be twenty five when he reaches that milestone. Which is you know. The current high water mark of twelve inches just put in much twenty four when he when he first on twenty twenty-three inner twenty-three indurain twenty seven and the controversial lance armstrong who've caught didn't win seven officially was twenty seven when he didn't win his first. Yeah i mean. It's the obvious question. Isn't it all we into an era of invincibility for patch. Are i mean The the thing that always brings to my mind is two years ago. We were asking the same question about again banal and he's obviously had some injuries but the fact that the pair of them won the two grand tours so far this season i mean would all beaten paul got your in this tour with got beaten bernal in jira a couple of months ago Where do they stand in relation to one another. It sort of reminds me a little bit when we had the kind of the the fab. Four kintana neighborly and the other two and it was always about that. They're doing their own thing. But they don't racing against one another for was one and who was forced the fab four about carrying that just shows you. What a confection of the media was that. But you know that's one of the things isn't it until everyone goes toe to toe. It's very hard to to draw. Comparisons but where we stand this. Is this the cost of an era or are we just making the same mistake that we patched made a couple years ago and thinking that the sky is long and he's going to make the running for the forseeable future. Yeah it's interesting. I think the one we all remember is and we talked about this. Probably when bernau one the tool was yano ryan nineteen ninety-seven. We remember the flurry of of projections predictions. After that people saying he would win. Five someone i think. It said he'd win ten or didn't win another toward france after that. And that's sort of course in retail. I remember one discordant voice in amongst all of that was a sable in way who is now still of course movie star manager and he said something along the lines of well. It's no foregone conclusion that he will even win another one. It's way too early to talk about now. I think one of the things will be the main thing that made people get so carried away with the margin richer which was seven minutes but that was a very different era we then see huge margins of victory because of the weather the amount time trim races in tours. You always get to ray longtime charles of over fifty kilometers. Which really with hindsight they were big big mistake in terms of unbalancing the general classification. We don't see that anymore. There was more time telling this year. But it didn't really although paul gotcha one the first time trial. He's still he's still opened up most of that time. So the every five minutes he won by you in the in the mountains but yeah on the likelihood of him now creating some form of dynasty. I mean in favor of pointing that direction You know the fact that you a will only get better. We've talked about this before. How over time the best rider. If you get someone who is dominating. The total frost over time automatic late. They will start to attract the most the best sponsor and intern the best riders because that sponsor will be rich sponsor. And they'll have more money to spend on so you a already. There was a significant step forward this year. They weren't infallible but they were much better than they had been the previous.

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"musings" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"musings" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"I also know from experience. Just how many small even medium sized businesses are using some because even on my short trip to the toward franche at least two possibly three of they places where we stayed or had males were using some up to make payments to create a world where small business owners can be successful doing what they love more than three million businesses today. Use some up to get paid so if you would like to find out more go to sum up dot co dot. Uk that sum up dot co dot uk. While daniel the race won by today paul gotcha for the second year in a row. Couldn't couldn't have been more different type of win to twenty twenty four Took the yellow jersey at the end of the first week and really decisive fashion. Didn't i mean it was It was well. What was the right to grumble normally put three minutes into the serious contenders was Matzec my really wasn't it was it i mean. I don't know that i was on. My my chin was on the floor slightly watching him. Just open that gap and seeing how little of a response was but two in a row now and he's only about fourteen so once he's finished school he's unbeatable isn't a it'll be if you just go on to win five nine. Or what if he wins the next three he'll he'll still be twenty five when he reaches that milestone. Which is you know. The current high water mark of twelve inches just put i in content much twenty four when he when he first on twenty twenty-three inner twenty-three indurain twenty seven and the controversial lance armstrong who've caught didn't win seven officially was twenty seven when he didn't win his first. Yeah i mean. It's the obvious question. Isn't it all we into an era of invincibility for patch. Are i mean The the thing that always brings to my mind is two years ago. We were asking the same question about again banal and he's obviously had some injuries but the fact that the pair of them won the two grand tours so far this season i mean would all beaten paul got your in this tour with got beaten bernal in jira a couple of months ago Where do they stand in relation to one another..

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"musings" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"musings" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"And that was the case. You know the i fifty hundred kilometers of even mountain stages were To some extent dictated defined by what was happening in the green jersey competition with matthews and cobra to steal points off kevin dish and i don't think many stages maybe stays in nineteen when conditions Quickstep sort of renounced decided that they weren't going to compete but the one that many stages where a break was allowed to go. And i said it didn't in somehow didn't somehow Impact aw the broader narrative of the g c. And and what was going on there. I certainly think the there was no such thing as a soft break in his tour was there and i think that's reflected by how Was it was slim. Pickings for the smaller teams. Wasn't it really. I mean the caliber of reuters at one. The stages and got into the brakes was really exceptional. I mean and and also well. We had a question from a listener. Crispin brian who ost why so many. I think all of the breakaway stages were one solo. And something i guess. I really kind of noticed. But when you think back to The number of riders that were in strong brakes. Start with and then. Click away from those strong to win the stage on their own. You know Mortgage khanna mowlam a- koos conrad You know over to a couple of times as well. I mean that's quite phenomenon really. There was no there was nothing that kind of you know. Went to the line and got sorted out on the line. We'll say it was either sprint breakaway by saturday roida yen. I asked a few guys about that. Few the guys who had figured in the brakes and they were a bit of a loss to explain I think what did happen in a few cases was the there were a lot of fast guys in those breaks and They were all sort of afraid of each other and they watched each other and they became sort of unwilling to chase when someone did Ditch strike out from a long way from the finish line. But i think there was also a certain kind of ambulation effect that took hold a couple of the guys who did win from those breaks mentioned the fact that they had thought of all been influenced by the the early stages when a solo breakaway has succeeded from a long way out. So i think conrad mentioned the fact that moore attachment a long way out and he'd sort of surprised people. I think neil's paulie as well mentioned mentioned that wa- that was earlier in the race but he also talked about having seen it happening another stage so yeah that was an interesting development and like you said the quality off of the winners the quality of the breakaways themselves i was stocked with talent. And we always say this about the tour. France being different from the other grand tools in the quality of the field. And how how well prepared how. Well trained everyone as for the tour and and that was obvious wasn't there i mean they there were there were few opportunities for the break to go and survive but the the ride is in the field. Who's only chance would was going to be in a breakway. They will ready on those days and they were determined. And you know the guys who were informed policy the mamas comrades they made the most of those spots opportunities yes probably. That's one of the things. I picked up from being able to watch so many of the stages from start to finish was it. It wasn't if the brakes went away with strong riders in by accident that was strong riders on some occasions taking a long time before a move went away but it did main You know Bnb hotels frank bone amore. Perhaps the exception that one or two there are other artists to get him to break. But the i can remember even only two three years ago. You know the pattern of tour stages particularly In the first week and and and the transitional stages you would have expected Breaks of of two three four ride just from the wildcard teams and perhaps teams haven't won stages to just be allowed to go and just e the kilometers and then in a comeback in The the big guys and fight out the finishing. We didn't really see that at all throughout the tour and it was it was really interesting just at the different dollar racing certainly after the first nine days thinking about why thought about those first nine days and i was going to say in the podcast. It felt like watching the girotti francie. It was almost like the jiro that that first week. A sense of Almost lawlessness to it really An not perhaps was down to the fact that you weren't that convincing and you know we any else were You know what what was strong But perhaps in quite the right areas you know it was. It was a really interesting. The first week of unfolded. There seemed to be a sense. A- perhaps chuck could be could be rocked but then of course by that first day was five minutes up and you know from from the point of view if that that connection between the g c. and the stage battle it sort of shifted subtly really because there wasn't an awful lot of big movement going on from second seven it was it was all kind of nipping talk to everyone was just edging towards paris as i said before so defending a a very good route rather than thinking that there was any any point in putting it all on the line to try and shake pugachev..

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"musings" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"musings" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Ritchie. Where is ritchie. Richard moore is having a well earned break after completing the double. He's done the jiro in the tool as viewed daniel. Of course you've done the jiro and the tool One for the podcast one for it. Richard having a week or two off and the dog fanatical the relent holding between altitude training camp. I'm where are you lean noise. well i'm in. I'm in norwalk. Food as is customary. I spent a lot of time here in the last fifteen months or so. I'm actually my last day of quarantine. Having been at the tour de france briefly had to quarantine home for ten days Felt like a sort of indoor stage race. I don't know some kind of track world championships just gone on and on looking forward to being released tomorrow in while unleash dot bike police. Above your head. I can see You all you're gonna be. You're going to be unleashed on the lanes of not yet hanging on the wall behind me. I be going out to my to our flat loop tomorrow morning as i escape from quarantine while opinion quarantining caught raise heart rate zones. If i'm lucky. I mean zone zone nor is my default so if we can get up to one that would be that would be progress painting. Quarantine i've had more negative tests lance armstrong Waiting for that one but here we all the to france has finished. We're looking ahead to the olympic games which kickoff we the weekend There's a little bit of uncertainty about that. There was some rumors yesterday that the olympics in tokyo might be cancelled extremely short notice but i think the the officials have of road back from that position a little bit and they're they're pressing on so the road races will be at the weekend but in this episode. We'll mostly look back at the tour de france and daniel your reflections of the tour. Obviously there for the for three weeks television seeing a different side of the race to Those of us working for the podcast. Certainly in my case spending two thirds of the race watching at home on television seeing a side of the race that not all that familiar with you see a lot more of the cycling when your home the only downside is every afternoon of two o'clock. I'd stroman outside expecting a big trestle table to be set up with some salami and some data and silage and and a bit of local wine. Nothing had to make my own lunch for two and a half weeks absolutely extraordinary if you if you if you describe him. What would have been the press buffer beer that realistic. I'm not sure every trestle tables a press buffet. But yeah the arm chat tour How did you find it generally It was interesting. Yeah you see. I said this in an episode when ours. Out in france. Richard same on my impression. Was that when you're at home. You see a much more complete. Two dimensional picture of the race. And then when you're there there's so much you don't know going on and yet you have a much more vivid rich. Three dimensional impression not opposed parachuting in ofter was an extraordinary opening days. I mean i don't know what you thought danube. I thought it was the most thrilling opening week to the tour. I can remember certainly in all years pink covering on rice and even watching the rice. You couldn't remember a tool when i was just so much action going on in each of those opening nine days. Of course i arrived and everything just settled into fun certainly. As far as g c concerned the race was more or less dusted with taddei..

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"musings" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"musings" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"Your guys are considerably younger than i am. And and your full of passion you have the same path. I had Back when i was your age and good to see that there are some and even around town here. The number of young hunters that i see onto five zero and talking will bear hunting and women being average. I mean the women who are hunting. And i think it's phenomenal when i see this taking place. And if they have the drive and passion. That's what's going to help change things down the road. We offering plead picture. Yep that's right. No five year goals. We need a fifty year goal. Exactly yeah well. I think that something we can take away from. First nations you know they. They're looking generation right. They're not looking two years down the road. It's a very long-term approach. And i think you know. We need to start taking that approach in our governance as well and and being so much more long-term on every level not being. You know being very holistic right like you said steve one of these problems is you get these iconic species you get a cecil the lion or you get one. You know one. Individual that pulls on heartstrings. Meanwhile there's a whole species that's being lost the as an example caribou or other species where. It's being accounted for. Because they don't have that that fairy story or that that tear jerking story that Some of these other species do so. I think the big part of it is a holistic approach in looking at long-term multigenerational. And what we need to do instead of the next four years or five years down the road and it's not about one species about all species in everything that in habitat. It's not but one tree about all trees and they can just keeps going ad nauseam rate. It's it's about the landscape and everything had habits as a whole we got formula. We just have to make it work. That's the tough part. Absolutely well on that note mike We're going to be respectful time. You took time out of your day on wednesday to come down to the steps legislature. You and your colleagues from the bbc liberal party to support our act now campaign. You took time this afternoon. You've been away all week You just got back to your Your home there going to be respectful of your time. I wanna thank you for all you've done to support While cheap act now and just wildlife and habitat and conservation in general. You're certainly somebody. I respect and beacon hope in terms of our leadership in the in the legislature. Moving forward. So thank you for your time and all you do mike pleasure and keep up the good work guys and i'm with you all way..

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