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"npa" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

05:29 min | 5 months ago

"npa" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

"I know you do i know. Is that a bad thing. Your big gender guy. Is that a bad thing. I mean he is what he is. He's fine your boy. Bobby lashley my when the title. Next week i heard about that why taken the is f gender. This was his party. This time for the spotlight. And you ruined it. He's sitting in catering with bo dallas right now so i think Here's what i wanted for him. I wanted him to take the title of the mania. This was years ago. Obviously now and everyone gets their special mania entrance. I wanted him to come out with a big fake elephant writing a big fake elsom cool. It would have been cool. It would have been a spectacle. I he when he when he won the title. Did this like amazed. It was a big celebration. I don't know if you remember. But they had dancers and they were doing acrobats and stuff like that and the only thing that was missing was the big elephant the did lines line. California adventure used to have an aladdin show and these two have big fake elephants. I went to a the lion king and broadway. They had a big big elephant. So it can be done. It can be done but the top of it. Let him right out. I think what we know is that vince. Mcmahon hates elephants. That's what we've come down to. I don't think you're wrong. I don't think you're wrong. You know who you know who he beat for the title right radio. you're more. I'm aware of all time. Yeah gender is. I agree agree one of the best of all time. Talk radio orton. I'm not here to debate anybody if you know you know if you know you for well that's all that's all i wanna talk about. I saw the elimination chamber Going up and i thought to myself dammit. That's a really good match. But there's better talk about speaking of the elimination chamber Kevin owens get shot today to all the bean up the ring in stuff like that all production workers or whatnot people who go way under the radar in almost every promotion people put up the ring people who put up the lights all those people. So if you're listening awesome hewitt shadow innings like that for them. How much respond to that. I don't even know. I don't even know what that means. What does that matter. They did On the network a couple years ago. They were showing the annex guys. I forget what the show was called. You probably remember but behind the scenes that followed him to shows and stuff and then it showed the workers at the ring on the shows and the next two guys used to do that. I don't think they do it anymore. Right they just do it for the bigger shows like elimination chamber. It's called it was called breaking ground by the way breaking ground. That's a great show. Very good still in the network. Yeah but it's needs something updated. What do you want to see people training and cova times with shawn michaels..

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"npa" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

05:18 min | 5 months ago

"npa" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

"From beginning to end some rumbles are better than others. But there's always who's coming back who's coming out. It's unfortunate because it's kind of only Unique to the. Wwe the rumble itself. There's about a royals done everywhere One of the one of the ones that i thought about putting on the list was the the battle royal these to do over the wcw. They had to ring side by side. Which i thought was incredible. You seeing it on tv. And here's the but that was a long time ago may have done that in a while. The royal rumble. Year after year i think is is probably a match that everyone can't can't wait to see anyone would want to see live. You agree with them. I mean yeah. I drove to arizona to see the royal rumble live so i definitely agree. That's a match that if you haven't seen it you should try to go to one in your lifetime. So that's my that's my one on the list One of seven number two got the iron man match adding the imagine. It's it's. I don't think it's overrated. I think it's underutilized I think that's probably because people's attention spans today. But if you think about the iron man match and its origins do you about are easing about brett. Bread versus sean right. That kind of set the standard. I don't know if that will ever be duplicated. I don't know if you can do that again. But if you put daniel bryan in a ring a wrestlemainia main event versus. I'll let you choose his opponent. Adam daniel bryan's opponent ironman match for the title. Who would it be radio. Martin randy orton. I was thinking some a little more technical. Maybe maybe close to. Brian is brandy. York is one of the best of all time so all right so you put those two in there in an iron man match. I think i think that would hold people's attention. I think it'd be pretty captivating. I think it'd be pretty hard to top I know back in the day. You know seventies eighties. Our match wasn't difficult to do. Do all the time go to the time limit to a draw and That animals had that on my list is a is a like a seventies or eighties match. That that goes to the time when an hour draw. Because if you're on the fan if you're a fan in the crowd you don't know what's coming it might be. It might be typical for someone like Flair to do do that. But if you're a fan in the crowd you have no idea that's coming. That's pretty cool. But i'd say the chatty feel about that does that make your seven wonders. Adam probably not but they they. I'm in the mid. Two thousand punk in jail had a series of matches that went to to our draws. So it's a thing that can captivate people's interest. It's just not something it has to be. the right people has to be the right setting. You know kenny and okada went to to one hour draws so i like it But i got royal rumble..

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"npa" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

04:09 min | 5 months ago

"npa" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

"One. That's fine Anyway it's interesting. You're saying that you're not feeling well all of a sudden. I'm having issues here now. Just because you're breathing too close to the mic. So if you wouldn't mind covering your mouth or Actually putting a piece of paper up over the bottom half your face would be fine. I guess throw mascot Feel better it made me feel a lot better but if you can cut more you're more your cheeks and nose and forehead and chin neck. Sieges are making fun of me for being ugly. Now it's what you're doing. Yeah you could use them actually because we are doing this on youtube Hogson on youtube at hugged bottom twitter. Instagram You could add a filter can do silly cat face. I would actually be fun or pigott. Do a hog. it'd be fantastic. Maybe next time all right next time. It is I think the next episode of the hogs cast of g might be mike and i in person. We're supposed to be doing a a taping this week haven't smashes We might be able to do that over the weekend but What i wanted to talk about. Adam is we just had elimination chamber elimination chambers of crazy match. And i like it for a lot of reasons. I didn't watch this one. But i i do like the match in general lotteries. I think it combines the excitement of the royal rumble with everyone's favourite cage match right or a helena salads kind of a Best of both worlds. And you never know who's coming out necks limited idea who's coming up next But it's very interesting. It's very interesting topic for me. I'm curious about what would be the seven wonders of the wrestling world as far as wrestling matches. Here's the reason. Why core just the world's seven wonders of the world right though it's a list. It's a complicated list of just fantastic human achievement. Whether it's architecture what have you you. There was an old seven wonders of the world included the hanging gardens of babylon and several others. But they're not there anymore so there's a new list it gets updated over time as these wanders. The world disappeared. So here's what.

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"npa" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

05:49 min | 5 months ago

"npa" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

"From the land of the rising sun. You're listening to the. oh sokha. Saint the saitama superstar the mad titan of tokyo. The american guide you welcome to the hogs cass red and black welcome back hogs back You may have noticed but hogs Podcast og was missing this week. i am joined on the american cut. She should that. I'm joined by mr. Npa but did we reverse the name or is it Is it sticking for now. You said not until the guests comes on and the guests until the guest comes on. The guest is not here. And that is the producers job so strategy. Is that happening next week. Do we have an answer on that. i do not know if it's happening next week but it probably is still happening It's going to be a revolving door every week of next week. It's going to be the big duke where we just every week. We say he'll be here next week. So we'll big big do can make this week but he will be here next week. And then Miserable numero uno. He's supposed to be joining our call a little bit later on. I don't think so you don't think so. I mean the only option we had for hogs cass. Oh gee this week was for us to do it over zoom and he chose to not do it. Well as you can all tell. Adam is a little sniffly. He's he's taking it consciously In the world that we live in right now getting tested staying away from people is got the sniffles. If there were two thousand and nineteen. I would have been my exists. Today to do the podcast. It wouldn't have been a big deal but because now we live in this world where anytime someone coughs. Have you noticed like when you go to walmart and you cough now. Like there's like a cavalcade of people stare at you like he just murdered. Somebody in the streets of was. I was reading the other day. I heard my wife coughing in the other room. Like what are you doing. Hey what's happening. It's so stupid. Because i get i get a call. I get a cough code. Nineteen but it's like. I like i have a cold. I know i have a cold. I know where. I got the cold. I was fine on monday. And then tuesday night tuesday morning i woke up. Let me just put you in this perspective here. I sleep no matter.

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Discussing 'The Talk'

Parenting: Difficult Conversations

06:31 min | 1 year ago

Discussing 'The Talk'

"So on top of just having to be a mom, and do things like teach the oldest how to drive your also as a black mother, a black mother of three black boys. Having to talk to them about the news in a very specific way. What are you saying to them about? George Floyd and his death and the police and these protests. Yeah, it's obviously not the first time they are sixteen in fourteen, and for some people You know this may be the first time they've had to have the conversation. It is not the first time for us. we had to have what's known in the black culture as the talk. Many of times I'll never forget. There was a time. Earlier House. We had a park right behind us, and they wanted to go to the park. This was all say you know I kind of put them in. Errors was right around the time of Landau, Casteel and Alton Sterling and I was it was really wrong with me. My third son was just born and. You know I had many moments where I was holding him getting him. And crying as I did so, because I, while loved this little bundle of joy, immensely also just the amount of fears and worries of what I just brought into the world again with another black Sun, and the burdens that I have to carry that again, and so it was really raw for me around that time and I just remember them asking go to the park and the laundry list of what I had to tell them. Don't wear your hood. Don't put your hands in your pocket. If you get stopped, don't run. Put Your hands up. Don't make a lot of moves. Tell them your mother works for NPA I mean it just went on and on? There's IT's funny. They're stages as they start to get older one. It's the you just don't even want them to draw attention to themselves enough. For someone to call on them or get stopped then there's the stages of what you do. If you do get caught and then more recently, I remember. I had them watch. We all watch a family together Eva d'auvergne as when they see us. And it was really really hard for them to go through, and they were really torn because they were these were young kids. That was a central. Park five and they were Young kids themselves in there. Watching this and that was the first time that it changed to a new iteration of the talk and that talk was. What do you do once? You're inside those walls. Don't ever sign a confession. Don't ever let them tell you that. Your mom told you it's okay. Don't ever do this at and I was just like. Oh, my Gosh! It doesn't stop with this and so this time around. It has been more about. I will be honest This time around. It's more about what's not fair. And just be you know this just isn't fair? You guys, but this is the the world is. This is the way America is right now. It's the way it's been for a long time and I can't lie to you I. Don't think it's going to change in your lifetime, and it's just not fair. It's not fair for us to have to live like this. I, imagine. that it probably gets emotionally taxing for you. To keep having these conversations with your boys when stories like George Floyd up seems like every few weeks or months now What is your emotional state? Having to give this talk again and again and again. Yeah! You know it's I gotta be honest about it. The more happens the hardest to say optimistic about it. And I mean we have an example right here within the span of one month of two different incidences that we've had to talk to them through, and I will tell you with the Ahmad Aubrey. Shooting there was a sorrow. Honestly because we're in the in the middle pandemic, most of us were still in his shelter in place then and even pandemic, even when someone's home, even when everything when American world should be still and yet still killing black unarmed black men in the streets. That's the one thing we can still seem to count on for America and that hit me like a ton of bricks. And that hurt my heart that that was the truth of where racism is is in this country, but even when everything stopped, that's the one thing that continue dishes what it is and so that conversation with them that talk with there were a lot of tears. There were a lot of a lot of helplessness I. Don't know what to do anymore. You guys I don't know how to save you I. Don't know how to keep you safe. I don't know. You know my husband and I certainly have been sure to provide. Even you know wherever we did. Start a very good life for them more than what we had and make sure that we live places where we felt safe as a family where they were in the best school districts where they could you know I always looked at very diverse neighborhoods as well because that it was important to me. But. There was. There started to be fought for the first time of I. Did everything to make sure that we weren't in crime ridden areas. And that we were in safe neighborhoods, and that they did get the best and. Still. I fear for them walking down the street. Still. Did I do even more of a disservice by being the only black family on this street. Do we have to do more work by making sure that everyone knows us? And everyone knows our heart in who we are and be friends with everyone, and even if that is that enough, because you don't know if someone's mother-in-law visits, and and does it no, you and wonder why my kids are riding their bike, or if someone wanders over from another street and questions us, it's it's. It's one of those places where I you know my talk with my kids at that point is. I it was a bit like I. said I'm hopeless. I! Just don't know what to do anymore I just

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Time For 2020 Market Forecasts

CNBC's Fast Money

06:08 min | 1 year ago

Time For 2020 Market Forecasts

"Summer panic the yield curve and version imminent recession imminent doom stocks going to zero well today the spread between the two and ten year treasuries hit the highest level of the years of Dan. Nathan is the bond market sending all clear for the stock. Of course I I mean think about it. When it was the last time we had a heel curve inversion it was like two thousand? Six in the stock market. Didn't top out for another twelve to eighteen months. which is what everybody was saying? Last summer Merck anyway they're like chill out. The market's not gonNA crash here but we have a year to eighteen months. That's the average so to me. I don't I don't find that particularly useful one way or another. I don't I think anybody was saying on August. Six two thousand nineteen the markets crashing. Right here because the two the two tenths bread just inverted or something but so I actually did sound like bliss said exactly that we were down eight had heard that Kerry afterwards showed that you do you do have this. This yield curve gets a lot steeper right before recession. What's interesting if you watch that? Yield curve. Along with jobless claims jobless claims START TO TICK UP yield curve starts to get steeper and then you have the recession. But that's twelve months from now so we're looking Q.. Four twenty twenty at the earliest is the question is how is the occur steepening from the short end of the long end. And what do you want to see. And I would make an argument that the Fed cutting rates and sending that vibe out there you basically saw both steepening which was coming in from the short and the most important thing. I think that happened today. Is that the rick. spank in Sweden decided to say no moss to negative interest rates. And what we're seeing across Europe. We've heard this with Jay. We kind of waiting for the Fed. The irony of course is the Fed that really started all this. Globally zero interest rates are not working. And we're hearing central banks start to make this plea that they're going to try something. New and ultimately that will inevitably push yields higher. That's very important. I want to make one point. Your point is is that when the Fed cut interest rates in July thirty first twenty five basis points for the first time in ten years they fixed the inverted yield curve and they did it two more times and who the heck knows what was going to happen from there on out. The market was getting killed that day. Because trump trump introduced those new tariffs that combination was a weird sort of situation so the point was twelve to eighteen months. That's when you get the recession on average in the post World War Bob out whatever and who knows what the market does in between the inversion and we'll wrap it up there and bringing it to number one. It's a good lesson to our viewers and listeners that just just one indicator of market making. I gotta correct something that Tim said because the Swedish Rich Bake did not say no mosque they said which means no more in Swedish. And let's now bring Tom. Reviews Co founder and head of Research Funds Strat Global Advisors. The just released your twenty twenty outlook this morning. Bullish Tom. Yeah I think. Think Twenty twenty s going to be a continuation of the kind of market. We saw this year. But it's a lot more about the fact that earnings could beat significantly on the upside. You we've got a recovery. An inventory build easing financial conditions plus detention for fiscal stimulus. All this means earnings could grow more than ten percent. The majority the guests that we've had on with their outlook's predictions are optimistic but not wildly so seven eight nine percent gains high single digits for the S. and P. Five hundred. Where exactly do you stay so I think the minimums plus ten minimum? Yeah and that's just an earnings with flat P. E. I think impeach could expand so I think total return next year will be better than ten percent so it'll look like twenty ten Tom. What what part of the sub-sectors do you think you get the most earnings inflection here whether it's again recovery from trade? Where do you think you're getting most of that? Yeah so forty. Five percent of the earnings growth should come from tech industrials energy and basic materials and and a lot of them are value sectors. Do well when PMS recover. So I think if you WANNA be cyclical overweight those and it's a lot like two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen. So Thailand Alan cures. We talked a little bit about the bond market right and we know that the Federal Reserve is now said they're gonNA tolerate some more inflation. When does that start to erode the earnings that you're talking about about and do we have to worry about that in the first half of two thousand twenty? Yeah inflation's awhile cart because a little bit probably is embraced by markets because as you guys are saying negative rates aren't perceived as healthy but a hot inflation read price scare people because of what central banks have to do. So it's uncertain but I you know. I don't think expectations are high. And I think we won't see anything for at least the first half it's on we talk about this. We were just talking about the yield curve. Everything else right. So what about financials where pretty standard for next year. For Two thousand twenty. How is that going to be a great area to be you mentioned tech? You mentioned energy mentioned a lot of things. I don't know if I heard you say oh. Yeah I should've mentioned. It should financials because it's twenty one percent of the Russell. One thousand value index financials have really been good earnings producers in a tough environment in as the curve Stevens they can make more money either. They're on their own. So you know maybe it's consensus but I think they're going to do great next year. I WanNa make one point you know. All summer I heard you lead up to the inverted yield curve. You're like don't don't panic and I give you guys a lot of credit and I read your stuff and you guys have been dead on that but the point about the stock market next year and you're saying multiple expansion. Didn't we see a lot at that time this year year every year if you think about where. SNP earnings estimates were the start of two thousand nine hundred thousand. Where they're going to be right now? We're down twelve points points from the S&P is up twenty seven percent and it's trading at Nineteen Times. Isn't that how we just got this expansion. Isn't that anticipating what you say is probably a base case sir. Yes sir. Twenty nineteen was started off at twelve times. We exited. We're going to exit at eighteen. So it's been eas- collapsed. NPA has gone up. But you know when you start to do four estimates I think earnings estimates are going to go up in for twenty twenty and twenty twenty anyone so I think the multiple might actually contract but consensus is going to bring numbers up. So I think that's why you can still get ten percent but you could lose a point or to make a lot of people glad that prediction comes true.

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Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:24 min | 1 year ago

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"Brian Good Morning Komo how you doing excellent and you know the we talk a lot we talk a lot about the regional programs and Maryland millions last week and they got the Ohio people this week and you know go back to the end of the Press Kyle season we had the two year old and Pennsylvania obviously people are taking advantage of the opportunity to to race in Pennsylvania and drop their foles absolutely and as you know the great news it came out this week is that Pennsylvania's up twelve point five percent in mayors red when I look at the number because I did a a you know report myself of say how come we're only twelve point five percent well there was a is a mix up with the uptown Charlie Brown I looked at him he had one mayor Brady actually had seventy three Mares Brit and they straightened that out there apparent elitist mix up the jockey club so that was straightened out yesterday so be add his seventy two on there we're actually twenty four percent over over last year and actually I think we're we're probably going to be up a little bit more net whenever he says everything said and done but you're right I mean Optical are are are GonNa go where the program is the is is the best and I think one of the most important the things is the collaboration we have with the horsemen groups at at the retraction Pennsylvania you know they they're very good about helping Pennsylvania program and You know we paid out over thirty million dollars eight years in a row looks like we're going to be had that number again this year so a lot of good things happening NPA the advantage for those that you know the track this kind of information and it's ebbs and flows I mean there's there's programs that a that have had trouble all you have to do is look at New Jersey and whenever there's uncertainty mayor owners breeders whether they're breeding to race or breeding commercially. They're going to go where they can plan ahead and nobody wants uncertainty and ah that that really has been the continuity and there were some there were some concerns about the the money that that comes toward the the breeding and racing in Pennsylvania that bloomer those those fears were allayed though and and you know the state stands Harrisburg understands the benefits of supporting the program given what it does for the farm community and all the trickle down economies correct we three years ago we put the Racehorse Development on in a trust Why don't sweat say we legislate Peter's put it in a trust and so people are now confident that that money is going to be the air because you know like you said you know commitment is in for a year your commitment coming in it's probably five or six years and the getting some you know some more running in you know you're seeing that with the with the new standards that are coming into Pennsylvania I mean with the opportunity the Warriors Reward Uptown Charlie Brown's doing Doing fantastic uncle Lino peace and just this we just Dr Solomon at Pin Oak Lane form Just ince contract for Normandy in Beijing becoming in another tap it so you know things when when people are confident that you know programs on the right track you know you'll see you'll see that by you know the uptick in the Palm Mares bread and and home owners coming in the mid Atlantic we talk we talk on a regular basis this summer and into the early fall with with Alan Norman and the match series and we had a Lotta conversations about Virginia and the the reboot of of racing there and there's you know there's really kind of an inter- intertwined network really for for people that that race in the mid Atlantic I mean with all the the various program awards that breeders and again whether you breathe a racer or you breathe to sell it folded in Delaware certification and Virginia certification and then if you dropped your foal in Pennsylvania Oh my God it oh you I've I've said this a few times can you can literally win a purse and all the awards could be seventy five percent over and above what you want is a purse right I mean you can you can look at that horse was bred by peasy Patterson and Vicki so we call Paul who WanNa Delaware certified the stake a young won a couple of stakes in Pennsylvania a bread I mean you just you know you can't ask for anything better what run down the awards we haven't talked about this in a long time what are the percentages and are they structured well Both breeders and owners benefit from the plan are free your award for maiden made races is fifty percents are a breeder that's horses twenty five percents so we're taking care of them to any other races the Breeder Award Forty Percent Twenty Percent for others owner bonuses up to forty percents at parks and twenty percent of pen and thirty percent at Chris Kyle we have hundreds of restricted races every year we just put in a waiver of Maine claiming So any maiden want us I'm sorry not any meaning Clinton but at at Penn gene maiden claiming race it's twenty five or higher you can waive the claim if you have a PA at parks it's the maiden claiming twenty where you can waive the wave the claim when we wanted to we wanted to give our breeders and opportune unity to get back some of that money that they put out and they're harder time and effort before the horses eligible declined because as you know in Pennsylvania decent Pennsylvania bread boom that's suckers gone and we we also have have discussed you mentioned call Paul who's competed at the highest level but the the string of Pennsylvania bread great at stake with there's and Breeders Cup runners winters I it the whole program has has just gotten better and better given the quality of bears that the state has attracted and these are successes that kind of feed on on themselves and you mentioned Pinot there's there's any number of people that that understand these dynamics and are going to take advantage and that's why the mayors are showing up and it's a boon to a farm operators in the breeding operators absolutely I mean we're we're breathing we're seeing an increase in the number of foles and also an increase in the quality. I mean we have Prince Lucky running tomorrow and a bold ruler we have mirth that pre entered in the the only American her while we have daddy is a legend who ran a nice racer yesterday a tune-up for the matriarch stakes so you're seeing you know you're seeing this happen you know to eclipse award winners last year Shamrock rose and Bella Unique Belvedere before finest city year before that so you know we're just you know we're we're we're we're

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PEIs election is next week. It could be historic.

The Big Story

12:00 min | 2 years ago

PEIs election is next week. It could be historic.

"To what happens in Prince Edward Island. And I'm willing to bet that if pressed many of you would admit the same thing that needs to change there's an election next week and Canada's smallest province and some of the polls are well. They would make history if they turned out to be true liberal leader. Wade McLaughlin, set the vote for April twenty third, and according to the polls this election could produce Canada's first green party government to years ago. They had the support of nine percent of voters by last year. They'd risen to eighteen percent before bounding to thirty eight percent. This fall topping all other parties, including the governing liberals. A real possibility of the first green party government in Canada is reason enough to tune our ears to the island. But there is a lot more to today. That is probably a scape. The notice of Canadians beyond the east coast right now, most of us know PI from the beautiful way that it's sold to tourists, and that's lovely. And I wanna go there. But it does seem like we need to know a little bit more. Jordan, heath Rawlings. And this is the big story. Trevor corkum is a writer at the walrus and the global mail. He splits his time between Toronto and Prince Edward Island. Trevor how much attention does candidate usually pay to elections in PE. I not very much. I mean, I think most people aren't even aware when there is an election. I wasn't until about two weeks ago. Yeah. Exactly. But this is a nail biter, and it's has a chance to make history. So this is when people wanna watch what's going on there right now. So it's been an interesting landscape the liberals have been in power for twelve years. So since two thousand and seven and traditionally PE, I like a lot of the maritime provinces. But especially in PE, I the elections have alternated between the conservatives and the liberals before twenty fifteen only one other member from one other party had ever been elected in the history of PI elections, and that was one end EP. Member back in the nineties. What's happened is the green party has risen in the pools. And they're now leading so they've come from not quite out of nowhere. But in the last few years, they've really ramped up their popularity and in the last four out of five pools they've been leading the liberals it's a bit of a three way race, but the the greens look like they may be pulling out of the bag. What's going on in PI in general that would lead to this kind of change election because this is unprecedented in Canadian provincial politics? Anyway, it is. Yeah. There been a lot of interesting indicator. So PI people have this idea of PI being a bucolic rural place a place that's a little bit stuck in time. You know, a lot of our the advertising campaigns on the island of really played this. It's kind of a place where you go down home. You go to the beach. You have some good food. Everyone's very friendly. And that's all still true to a certain case. But immigration is one thing that's changed in the last few years. So. The population of PI's always been pretty low. But it's lead the country immigration in the last couple of years, so very robust immigration, which has led to strengthening of the economy. So PI's lead the country in a number of economic indicators GDP growth housing starts. I saw something today in the paper that said housing prices have jumped twenty percent in one year on the island. So you're you're seeing that traditional island also dealing with a lot of big city issues like housing like the economy like this growing inequality between people who can afford, those changes and people who can't. So the green party's been able to capitalize a little bit on some of the unease with specifically the economic situation in the inequality also number of people have moved to buy from other parts of the country. So the province has become a little bit younger than the other provinces in Atlantic Canada. And it's really that youth vote in a way that's open to these new ways of doing things. So. So a large number of people under forty have kind of broken the tradition of voting for either the liberals or the conservatives which for a lot of families have gone back literally hundreds of years, where if you are a certain family, you voted conservative were another family you voted liberal, and that's all just splintering away. Give me an example, because I'm kind of fascinated by what you said about how we perceive PI, thanks to the tourism commercials. Because I know that that is my main source of of images of p give me an example of what you see on the island today that you'd have no idea of. Yeah. I mean, there are a number of things I think if you're in Charlottetown one of the things that strikes you first off is the diversity of the population. So there's people have been moving their from literally all over the world. So the school board, for example, we'll give out notices to parents in multiple languages because of the diversity of the classrooms, and at amazing selection of ethnic restaurants from the Middle East from Asia. South America, Afghanistan, Syria restaurants that you'd expect to finance Ron or Montreal. But not in a city of forty thousand people Charlottetown has two mosques, for example that both been built over the last ten years. So it's an it's actually a very cosmopolitan small city. So those are just a few things you see sort of on the surface. How did the green party come to be leading the polls? Yeah. You know? It's very interesting because the green parties, I think in Canada, especially provincially have this reputation of being a little bit of the fringe party, you know, the party of older hippies and and of peace love and grooving us on. And I think increasingly elsewhere, they straddle a very interesting part of the spectrum where the greens have NPR have been very pragmatic, so they've emphasized fiscal responsibility. So balancing budgets, in addition to growing, social and an environmental programs. So if you look at the population of pediatric. You know, there are a lot of older people. And as I said a lot of growing younger people. So those are kind of the two poles of the population that I think have driven part of this this interest and the green party, I think we're seeing around the country and N P I this splintering of the traditional left right parties. People are looking for new alternatives, and the greens have been able to capitalize on that on ease with the way things of always been done. If we drilled down a bit on as with other maritime provinces very much the case in PI. There's been this real sense of this kind of old boys network or backroom deals being done in things like, you know, who's getting loans that kind of thing there've been a number of big cases in the last ten to fifteen years on scandals with the liberal party that of really disillusioned people with the way things are done. So in general time, they would then just switch their vote to the conservative party. But they conservatives on P, I have really had a tough. Time they've had six liters and six years they really haven't been going anywhere quickly. So the greens have capitalized on that on ease. But have also really tailored their programs to both rural islanders, and then people in the cities as well. Tell me a little bit about the leadership dynamics and play who's the leader of the liberal party, who's the leader of the greens. So the leader of the liberals I mean, in a way, they're they're puller opposite. So the current premier Wade McLaughlin is the former president of UPI he comes from a very well established island family. They're very well known. They've been political family for many years, he inherited the party or didn't inherit the party, but became the leader in twenty fifty and after Robert gives resigned after a scandal in government, and he did win a majority government at that time, but he seen as a little bit aloof two islanders. So he's got that university president energy around him. So people. Say, you know, we really like Wade, but they don't really warm to him. He doesn't have a lot of natural charisma. So for the last three years, the leader of the green party, Peter Bevan Baker has been a foreign head. The preferred choice of of premier for islanders and the support of the green party has kind of incrementally grown based on his own personal leadership. So he was he's someone who I would call an anti politician. He's just suggest an average guy. He's he's an emigrant from Scotland he came into a couple of decades ago. He was a former dentist who bought an old church in rural PE, I converted into cafe had his dental practice on the side. He plays the trumpet. He's a storyteller and people just really warm to him. He's very authentic, and he's the kind of person who you know, you just to stop and chat to on the street. The kind of person who had a fundraising event will be the first one up dancing is. Unafraid to kind of poke fun at himself. So that's something that really appeals to people on the island. How difficult would it be to translate? Some of what the green party has seen NPA I to a national level. I mean, we've talked a lot on this podcast about the the upcoming federal election. And certainly the left is in kind of a state of disarray in general. So there is an opportunity there. How can they take what they've done there and build it? Yeah. It's tricky based on our current electoral system. But I think a couple of kind of lessons that they've learned from their other provincial successes. You know, we know the grants of won their first seat until and Guelleh's. They won three seats and the New Brunswick election. I think the New Brunswick cases interesting because they won in downtown Fredericton writing. So very urban writing they won in the riding around mount Allison university, so small university town, and then they want a very rural northern New Brunswick riding, so. So they were able to appeal both to kind of a very local grassroots kind of rural population. People in rural communities who are worried about jobs and the rural economy, and they were able to appeal to people at universities younger students and then urban people of the urban left. And I think that's a coalition that if I were Elizabeth may I I would wanna try to emulate, and I think we see in the B C election and the seats they won there in the seats that they're targeting at the federal level that it looks like that's that's the formula. They're looking to repeat so really targeting some of the urban writings, especially on the west coast where maybe the end EP is done. Well, traditionally the liberals, but they're flagging a bit. Some of the the more rural ridings that tend to be around left leaning cities or left leaning region. So the country and then pockets were there strong youth populations like around universities. So all that to say is I don't think this if. If the green stew, and it's going to translate in a green victory at the federal level. But you know, we know that in the case of PI New Brunswick winning the first seat, then leads to a couple of seats. And then you know, who knows where it goes. So based on the current splintering and fragmentation across Canada, you know, we don't really know what's going to happen. But we do know that people are open to new ideas. What kind of new ideas are in the platform N P? So as I said, it's a it's an interesting mix because there's a real mix of pragmatism with some very forward thinking idea. So on the forward thinking side they've made a commitment to making the province carbon neutral by twenty forty five so investing in small loans to homes and small businesses for things like solar panels electric vehicles. They've said that they will provide loans to rural small businesses and entrepreneurs to

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Disney, MPAA And Waymo discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Disney, MPAA And Waymo discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"Dollar grant for Waymo and Maga to build a manufacturing facility for autonomous cars. The goal is to move into a facility somewhere in southeastern Michigan by mid year and prepare to make level for cars Waymo has supplier partnerships with Fiat Chrysler and Jaguar landrover. In streaming news political reports net flicks in advanced talks to join the Motion Picture Association of America. The MPAA is currently made up of Disney paramount Sony. Universal Warner Brothers and FOX though, FOX will leave when Disney finishes its deal to acquire it. According to politico, bringing companies like Netflix into the fold has been a goal for NPA CEO, Charles Rifkin who took over the association. It's timber twenty seventeen. Viacom is buying the ad supported Pluto, TV and plans, but shows from MTV Nickelodeon and comedy central as well as moves from paramount on it Budo says

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Randy Moss rode big-play ability all the way to Hall of Fame

The Stephen A. Smith Show

04:22 min | 3 years ago

Randy Moss rode big-play ability all the way to Hall of Fame

"Randy moss is a, I first bottle hall of fame. My colleague here is very proud of him. He deserves it out of voter him in the first ballot hall of fame as well. But if we're going to use the criteria to keep te'o Al. How do we justify doing that for Randy moss who literally admitted he played when he wanted to. Te'o played heart all the time. There were times and Oakland. Randy moss admitted. He took off. Because he was frustrated, played hard in England played hard in Minnesota. Wasn't the case in Oakland. What about that. See. That kind of up and down mood econo- stuff has no place in voting when it comes to the hall of fame. Your level of production matters. For example, there are people who say, Chris Weber's a hall of Famer in the NBA look at his numbers. I would say to you is damn show a hall of fame if we talk and fat five. But we talk an MBA career yet a numbers might be, you know what? I remember. I remember ready for this new knowing cat. I remember how to basketball was a hot potato for him when they were in the Western Conference finals against the Lakers and he couldn't give that ball up to Mike Bibby soon enough. That's what I remember. Reggie Miller never went to an NBA finals, but dad brother always wanted to ball. That's not what I saw over Chris Webber. It's not what I do. Numbers watch Shoygu deserves. It still was short deserves. It. What he accomplished in college Shoygu deserves. That's too many moments. When the franchise face the star of the team on the NBA level, not college basketball, NPA level one, no parts that basketball and thank God. He had Mike Bibby and pages to yackobitz and to a lesser degree Vladivostok. I remember. Would the dog Christie's in the world. I remember. So those kind of things that I'm talking about. Got to be about production. It can't be about emotion. And that's why support te'o in that it eight say ESPN. It's inundate seven to nine, three, seven, seven, six thing I want to touch on real quick before the calls is this new NFL rule where you're getting penalized, teen, y'all penalty of for leading with your helmet. I got no problem with it. If you're talking about avoiding launching your head and being like a missile. But I saw the the the penalty call last night by fichus were guys extending the on and trying to lead in it with their shoulder, but ended up their head. You know, the the head ended up touching the body. I something you know what the problem with that is, do y'all know that the hit the Anthony ball put on my man, Aaron Rodgers last year? Do you know that would be a penalty? That is utterly ridiculous. There is nothing illegal or de legitimate about that hit. That is preposterous. Absolutely. No place for it. And I'm here to tell you. Here. The biggest reason why Yasha hate this rule. It's going to delay the game more. Gonna late, the late the game more. As if we don't have enough time spent with the game being delayed because all of these damn penalties. Understanding trying to make the game safer, but dammit, there's a risk that comes with it either planet or you're not. I think the NFL's got this wrong. Aides say he has been seven to nine, three, seven, seven, six to the phones. We go trae you live, Stephen, what's going on with your even. Good. Thank you..

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"npa" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"npa" Discussed on Security Now

"So since it just happened i just thought i would mention that apple is continuing as they announced at the worldwide developers conference yesterday morning to move you know in there in the direction they've been going for some time you know stating that that one of the things that they're selling one of the things that our customers want is increased privacy and so one thing that they've done in safari th there's a they announced mac os mojave is as the next major mac book os and iowa's twelve i'm i did note somewhere in just digging around in the last day that apparently that an iphone six s which is now an old iphone would do something a lot faster under iowa twelve i don't remember what it was but it was like everything oh no it's a big change also it's a big big overall yes seventy percent year in in opening the camera times double improvement in apps i wanna say app switching big improvement and npa reported with the beta that they're seeing this yeah oh yeah focus performance nice so that's good in safari for both platforms both mac os an an ios we've talked a lot about a lot about fingerprinting and that there's that panopticon click site which makes it you know is is a i think the i e t f it sponsors it and that's that site which has experimented with and shows a user when you go to penn optic lick how unique the fingerprint is that results from hashing above the browser headers and we've talked about this through the years that for example that the the user agent header wilt sh tell you not only what device you what like browser you're using but like what library of active ex and they're like version numbers you know three point two nine point seven two four dot three to six and somebody else will have.

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"npa" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"npa" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Oh yes hcl's is going to be a bond between hydrogen and chlorine and it gets the job done and i want to note that these properties are coming off of the ms dss material safety data sheet it's gonna cheat yeah if you if you're interested in pretty much any substance any chemical substance you can generally find an ms ds on on the internet for this and it's it can be a little bit interesting a little bit technical depending on how much you're eight so the appearance of hydrochloric acid it would not work in a mortal kombat game because it's it's colorless though it is fuming liquid has a pungent odor of hydrogen chloride which means you're you're doing the bank vault with batman might be able to sniff it out yeah and it when it comes to it saw you ability infinite solubility in water with slight evolution of heat not necessarily boiling but slight evolution of right and so the the ms ds comes with these ratings it's a great rating system it's kind of like the npa for acids no west you're getting ahead of time yeah exactly the most of the ones we looked at us the j t baker saf t data scores essentially given it like a you know it's kind of character classes in dungeons and dragons right it's health rating its flammability rating reactivity a rating contact rating etc i'm not gonna deal with all these but but as far as hydrochloric ask.

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"npa" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"npa" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"One element of the story that's really important that people should know before they go too far down this rabbit hole for some reason biker fox when he launched his website and the early two thousands which like i said at the time those are kind of a weird thing to do for just like a random person to have a very intricate website it's still pretty to downs dot com sad to a glamour shots in the mall no this is real so i warning you because my fears people are going to be super pumped to like find out about this guy and they're going to start googling and then be like oh boy he went to a glamor shots like it like a mall glamour shots and did does and this is not an exaggeration dozens and dozens of photo shoots none of them are more than pg but he is he some of them are very suggested i just looked him up so so some of them are like him in tuxedo with a rose something some of it's not suggestive at all but a lot of them he's wearing his biker uniform which is very tight spandex and he's like like i said it's not more than pg like if the npa for sure but it's like you know he probably should be leaning over like that that's what i'm saying so just be cautious if you get on the bike craft holding you're gonna see some suggestions.

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"npa" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"npa" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"Either way the and how the dnc rules on it and may i you know from history tell us cases different don't assume anything you know there are different waiver appeals uh i think it's legislative services people come in and out of ads it hide these days driving ole miss ends on its own as far as negative recruiting well that's going to happen nerves you know there's there's no honour among thieves i think we'll speaking of transfers you also reported recently about the big 12 proposal in in obviously there's a lot of larger discussion in the ncaa right now about bigger changes to the transfer policy we know they're not going to you the only when we know is not going to happen is everybody's immediately eligible transfer not gear at a not sit out a year but this is a pretty major ios off the area but this would be free agency if you're coach leaves uh this would allow players to trigger if the coach leaves our gets fired that the the um players could transfer somewhere without seeing out a year other than the can't follow their coach to his new school whereas in the process how realistic do we think it is that it would pass for a lap last week the npa put out a v from transfer working group that this is kind of where their head threat they didn't get pin down on anything but the transfer waiver group which is going to make recommendations to the council and then we'll have some sort of legislative change i think in june i think that much is assured it's a question of been wanted with implemented no one time for eighteen footballer or '19 football but they are thinking in general terms about the it were very careful to use the language in the relief supply kits a coach departs they didn't say fired they didn't say left on its own they've been save rental who.

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"npa" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"npa" Discussed on KCRW

"How are you oh it's great to have you here you started this many kitchen blog b c before children who how has cooking and your time in the kitchen changed since the coming of your second child i mean cooking when i first started my i was very much a hobby it was something we did for the fun of it because we are hungry for something we were curious you know we did whenever we wanted whenever we wanted we took the same way to kids apparently need meals at regular times i found with one kid you could sort of pretend they were your sidekick and i dunno make a little played a food for them and it didn't seem like a big deal but we had two kids it became like i god third chiltern every rare and they are always hungry i felt really surprised by how much work it's seem to cope when i always loved cooking so much did you find that they were not as accepting of certain flavors as you hoped they would be yeah i mean i think that's par for the course i'd say over all my first kid is pretty good i mean he obviously he pizza npa's send peanut butter angeli like any normal head instead of more complex food most nights the week but we can kinda get him to try stuff and that made it a little bit easier because by the time the second one came around who is you know the kid that exists in every family who it's nothing and doesn't like anything that i cook we were a little more established as as this is what we're going to eat anyway and so it it made it a little easier to hold our ground yeah tough though miano definitely not find and also there is like the auditory consequences so they're trying to me not as it gets a little out sometimes we cave on what surgery bagels it's raring that you here a new yorker call out the beghal the aclu did what your lighter alternative i just you know i don't want to i don't want to have all new all of new york ganging up on me i'm not suggesting that there's any alternative to a bagel but i did have fun doing a bagel issue play on.

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"npa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"npa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Yeah no his two kinds of players in this league folks there are guys that play professional football and their professional football players in the professional football players are the guys we want precisely the right instrument but precisely the right moment of history and exactly the right place and i don't want guys don't wanna win i want you to lose that two professional football player dust which law americans level where men will not tolerate a loser but at the end of the day the npa okay that's why in the year americans played away in all the time this is a big boy you can put your big boy kids we feel sorry for yet nobody cares about your injuries nobody cares you know what you make what you don't make so i've learned that unido you have to be consistent you got to be fair and if the players upset so be it causes the thought of losing is hateful i've been hired to win the only promise i can make as i'm going to do everything in my power to leave this organization back to where launch that's my goal that's my attention excluding had done preview any time in your where it's my responsibility to.

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"npa" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

I Am Rapaport

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"npa" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

"At asking success obviously you know quite clearly bigger can't highly project it roused lottery ingles drum in jeremy land that's lam at the time in all three of the the high drastic there were a few team and a few that world kansas this team and you know michigan and similarly junior was on that team so uh you know i had had a great cleveland and during the season i had went public with my history with anxiety and diet talked about how i was the only with mind's eye like for example a whole conversation came up thousands of article with us where i just happened to slip up in minutes and that i don't eat with a team or that i did he puts the team that a weight gain and that's how i kinda unravelled in people or is this the person writing the article found out you know learn that i had anxiety so the the cat was out of the bag so to speak and that became the cost of not only the rest of my career but as i moved into the draft process it became solve of my draft rejection in in qiao you know the npa sort of looked at missile helping you know to go anywhere from the top five the the the late second row because you know mental health is unspoken topic for athletes and and to do chiam look at it as a character problem or to look at it as a true genuine metaphor issue eccentric cetera of the talk was just it was all over the sex basically so i gave my fucking ads honestly i was like louis i think with our health is is a raging epidemic and we have really poor solution than we we have very poor it now as many commitment to the issue and i have some examples my whole life for that is in the case where i have been towards the acknowledging mental health with them fucking sixteen and i don't know my sucking mouths for my ass coal you know that in those examples go on.

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"npa" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:32 min | 4 years ago

"npa" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"A day insulin's the basal i will this article on the facebook page facebookcom forward slash your care america there's a very nice table in there that lays out the cost of these different insulin's and unfortunately for basically a month supply on equal amount basis the old insulin's the npa chin the regular human insulin's that we use to use would cost about twenty five dollars each vile and generally that vile lasts about a month and most people twenty five dollars the new insulin's that people shall either are forced to use or the doctor has prescribed for the more these chosen to use because in a lot of cases they are more convenient you can administr and less often or they have more dependable on set an offset and you know effects that people can depend on those can cost in the ballpark of two hundred two two hundred fifty dollars per month ten times the cost and as you can imagine people to pay that pocket that have high deductibles are high copays they won't use as much insulin as they should or as their doctor has prescribed because they can't afford it will the that's no good it does no good to give a patient a medication which they can't afford and won't purchase give them something even if it's less convenient to use that they will use because they can afford it and this article argues for getting a lot more consideration a going back to the h which was like i got youtube twenty years ago at the early stages training in ph is a longer acting version of insulin it it's onset is in about four to ten hours at a last about twelve to eighteen hours compared to these new basal insulin's which really don't have a peak they come they you inject them and they just give you a consistent level the whole time some of them can have a derision of forty two hour it's almost two days now doesn't mean that you only take it every two days but it means that if you stop taking it a few days for that to start tapering off and probably four or five days before it's gone it's just some you know dynamics about the way our bodies stores and uses medications so people use.

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"npa" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"npa" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"It out to die matic it's it's dead on arrival what's also it's not a movie meaning that a movie to me should have a first second and third which are beginning middle and and and it shouldn't be a continuation of someone else's work or else it is effectively at anthology and it's not a movie i think like i made this film with the goal that if you didn't know wolverine you can watch this movie i think that should be like i'm kind of a assists but i think anyone should be able to walk in on any movie and watch just that movie you shouldn't have to do homework you should be able to watch that film and that it operates on its own as a story and on on 2013 will ring you did have a director's cut which is interesting because a lot of these don't get at a directors cut per se what was important to you about your directors cut i mean i know the the violence levels were a little different it was not much to be honest ray where they were selling blue race but the the what was that it was at it for the direct i always said they was that we kept paring down the the the violence for ratings and at some point i recognize that the fans are going to be bummed out because there's there's a kind of um i mean one of the really when you make wolverine movies you particularly come in contact with this but one of the really unique biases of the npa rating system is that it's built kind of on a porn standard which is that that their penetration is the worst so you can't see that so so guns because bullets are invisible you don't see penetration so you can shoot as many people's you want and kind of be pg thirteen but the but if a knife goes in a body that's penetration and is our and so you make a movie about a guy with knives in his knuckles you're really bone and uh and so it becomes really hard to um to somehow stay under that boundary because of of of that and that would be why i think we released a special one also in was was there ever a ton of your career before wolverine where you were going to circle around a comic book movie.

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"npa" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

GSMC Sports Podcast

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"npa" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

"All right welcome back to the key is abc's sports podcast this that last segment or eat a quick reminder we thought some npa talked about the lakers talked about how right now the biggest thing that they're missing from that team is the guy who can creators or shot and yeah that's pretty much all they're missing ran all like lonzo ball right now like he can't shoot the ball really at all to save his life and that's not something that's news or anything like that but his the way he distributes the ball and he's able to get rebounds i mean he's still contributing to the team in playing well but you know maybe he's not going to be the next magic johnson where he does everything rhino magic he really wasn't a good shooter buddy's still put up points in lonzo is is really struggling to get swore anything more than ten points right now he's looking like a region rondo from is earlier years when he was in boston rondos body ciller would better i think just right now lawns was biologist shot and like his his sean is this is now working right now so yeah they need us uh shooter for them and then at sea actually i actually forgot a game one more game from the nba when i needed to cover and it was the thunder verses died denver nuggets game that game was on tnt selma talk a little about that one actually before i get into college football and the to enter the college football talk but yeah sorry about that barilla denver won that one one hundred into two 94 it okc is still trying to figure it out carmelo anthony he had no kigame game twenty who actually not okay shop fifty percent he had 28 points shot 10 of twenty from the field and heads sasco made six 3pointers paul george scored thirteen points he shot six of fourteen from the field he's just been on coast.

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"npa" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"npa" Discussed on WCHS

"Do you think this means for them are they are they glad about this does it that paint a black eye for them you you i i agree with you they clinton had done this they clinton have taken it this far we think their content just to sit back and sarit great you guys take it and run with it i i don't think they have a choice i think they piggyback on whatever the fed find and prosecute from there because they you know this doctor the government's coming up with shaken just they can just adopted is wrongdoing um because you know you break the law that an npa violation or or though and some of those breaking the breaking of the law but added m k violation who had got pat mapped out for them i don't know i d i that pryor wrote yesterday i think this is the biggest reset in college athletic uh then clearly '50s when you have that map of our point shaving scandal that adult i think thirty three teams in seventeen state covering eighty six game and that from the npa adopted at enforcement division i i don't know where they go from here i don't know how they get better or bigger see i think that's the that so the next question i think you're absolutely right that this is going to be a drip drip that there's a lot more to come here but how does it begin to get cleaned up do you now have assistant coaches that are that are scared to engage in this behavior will the head is clean it up to the ad step in how do you think this man effectiveness itself moving forward well i think what will happen all the rojas when you turn on the lights will work you know run away to the kitchen cabinet can hide i'm will go on everything will come down and they all come out with a different way of cheating and that that bay pickup what we've seen over the decades anyway i made from what you.

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"npa" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"npa" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Issues because it's not just a matter of it foreseen at sake you've got guys in the league whose families are being affected at home might be time to mix in a little international isn't with the progressivism yeah and i think it's not that hard because the npa doesn't have to come out and weighing on and air to one and what's going on turkish politics they just need to come on sport player in we talk a lot about you know whether or not we should stick to sports and what is politics what is in politics yet and i think this is a good example of supporting your players deporting freedom of movement supporting human rights those are not political issues these are matters of right and wrong and it's not that hard for the league's or the players association teams to figure out where to come down on i i reminded earlier when there was that issue with that thought mccarrick coming back from potentially canada during that sort of upper over whether or not there is a muslim ban i was a couple of months ago at this point in your again that's it's not that heart you support your players easily court these people humans having a right to work and live in exists and that's that's not political that's just the right thing to do so i don't think it's it's that challenging for these leagues i think to figure out where it fall on this stuff i think is not challenging mass awhile i like what they did and i think obviously most western people would fall on the side of gulan and would defend him in i i think that's probably fair in easy however when there's a player or a team owner or someone who defends or speaks out against something that does not fall within our western mores then what the league has to do then what will the league do and how that impact them i think that's scary for them so i agree with you right now it's easy to defend the player but even if the player you're trying to defend the players right to speak out if he's saying something that you believe is reprehensible or most of us americans believe is reprehensible the league is going to get tarred with some of that whether they like it or not no matter how many statements they put.

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"npa" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"npa" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Maybe i dunno i couldn't tell you a detailed enormously looked no no everyone was actor weird backstage i tell you that you know i figured i figured ira john was weird there was weera after the finer before the flight hi after the fight back after a fight would you mean by we're like we're the voiding you kind of bears like yeah it was weird so that when you knew me something's up here yeah i was i was like some time yeah there's a reason for this and uh that i just i left the arena just the others left in army look on my soul and my show some maybe someone tweeted to me a i think the bonus or whatever and i was like shouldn't say i dunno freaking on a guy to push it out there like me they they should do s the tunnel i never i i never boring finally come to fight every time i put on the show you know four or five fights in a row for was four knockouts in the last spot five no bonus money no should know nothing they suck whatever off the top of my head have you ever receive the bonus no why why was on alternate fighter i got like the ultimate fighter yeah yeah eight of the of the season voters but i've never gotten a bonus nothing's never smiles pierce it ross pearson jolo zone who's the borders king right right i got knockout the bonus can get foc and bonus now and then the npa go sanchez whose of the legend dis going around forever how many bonuses you won i i'd be him i'll get a bonus so you know.

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