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Walker, Mets cruise past Nats 4-1, win another series

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 d ago

Walker, Mets cruise past Nats 4-1, win another series

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#37  Holy Week, part 2 - burst 2

Jesus Stories

00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

#37 Holy Week, part 2 - burst 2

"So Jesus continues. In the fair cycle tradition of being picky about the law, they were also picky about their ties to the temple. These religious leaders were careful to tie even the smallest of their herb garden harvests, but they ignored the board important parts of the law, justice, mercy, faith, all of these are important, but you strain your water so you don't drink a gnat, but you swallow a camel. Now that's the saying, maybe you've heard before. Let me see if I can explain it to you. Part of its literal, and part of it is figurative. Both Nats and camels are forbidden food to the Jewish people. And yes, the religious leaders would strain their water to keep from accidentally swallowing an at, Jesus says yes, you would do this, but it being so picky or ignoring the more important things thus you swallow a camel. Jesus

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Janet Yellen Blames Russia-Ukraine War for Rising Prices

The Trish Regan Show

01:23 min | Last month

Janet Yellen Blames Russia-Ukraine War for Rising Prices

"Turning right now to the administration's favorite talking point. It's Russia's fault. It's all Russia's fault. Her Janet Yellen came out with a speech today at the annual IMF meeting. And she said on the world stage and I quote price and supply shocks are already materializing, adding to global inflationary pressures, creating risks to external balances and undermining the recovery from the pandemic. I want to be clear Russia's actions are responsible for this. Are you kidding me? I mean, look, I mean, yes, Russia is going to be a huge problem economically in the future. We're already seeing, of course, the influence on Russian Nat gas and oil coming off the market in terms of oil prices having moved higher, but let me tell you, it's nothing yet, right? I predicted a buck $3030 that we might be seeing in terms of oil prices per barrel. And I think you could see $9 at the gas pump. So in other words, it hasn't even really happened yet. We've just had a few weeks of dealing with the price increases in pressure from Russia. Everything that we've got, that 8 and a half percent increase in inflation, the highest in what 40 years, the increase in wholesale prices highest ever, that's all on Joe.

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Wild beat Oilers, Braves rout Nats, Dodgers top Twins

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last month

Wild beat Oilers, Braves rout Nats, Dodgers top Twins

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US Strikes Harder at Putin, Banning All Russian Oil Imports

The Trish Regan Show

01:07 min | 2 months ago

US Strikes Harder at Putin, Banning All Russian Oil Imports

"But first starting with this news, coming out today, we had been anticipating this, but here we are, what 11 days into this crisis, the president of the United States finally coming out and saying, we're not going to buy any more Russian oil. We are putting a ban on it. Traders had actually anticipated this to a certain extent. When you look at what was happening in the marketplace, you saw oil start to skyrocket. In fact, I'm just pulling up the data right now. We saw oil over the weekend on Sunday evening trading at a $139 a barrel crude. We're now looking at it trading up about 3%. This is in Tuesday's session and a $122, 81 cents a barrel, but this is going higher. This is going much, much higher because you're talking about taking a very large percentage of the world's oil off of the market, as well as Nat gas. In terms of oil, we get about 8% all in of our daily oil consumption from Russia. So, you know, we can sort of manage that. Hopefully, I mean, we'd like to see more investment in our own energy sector. Hello that Keystone pipeline would have come in really handy right about now, don't you think?

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Marty Walsh Stops Just Short From Admitting U.S. Should Drill Oil

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 2 months ago

Marty Walsh Stops Just Short From Admitting U.S. Should Drill Oil

"The great Stuart varney on the Fox business channel is questioning Marty Walsh who's that The labor secretary Listen to this exchange on Fox business today Cut 9 go It's also energy We're not producing as much energy as we used to There's an energy shortfall which we can not make up unless we drill for our own oil and Nat gas Will the president acknowledge that we've got a shortfall in domestic production so we should make it up Will he drill Well listen I can't answer the question for the president but I can tell you that we're looking at all avenues on how do we deal with energy in the United States of America I'm sorry to keep interrupting yourself Is that on the table More domestic drilling Is that on the table in The White House Well it hasn't been to this point and it certainly looking at what's happening in the situation in the world right now that will be have to be a conversation Do you think we should be drilling more of our own oil and gas What's your opinion I'm not in a position to answer that question at this point but certainly we have to watch and see what happens with Russia We have to see what the world is doing with Russia as we yesterday we heard the Speaker of the House we heard send a mansion senator Murkowski asking us to shut off buying gastro from Russia and if we did something like that we'd have to figure a way to fill that Isn't it the foggiest idea Because on the one hanging knows that's what we need to do That's what he's kind of insinuating there But on the other he knows that the party line from The White House says no No And now again

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Suns roll to 11th straight victory, beat Nets 121-111

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Suns roll to 11th straight victory, beat Nets 121-111

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"nats" Discussed on Rear Vision

Rear Vision

05:16 min | 4 months ago

"nats" Discussed on Rear Vision

"I think that tells against them. In February 2018, barnaby Joyce resigned the party leadership in disgrace after acknowledging that he was in a relationship and expecting a child with a former staffer. But after a second challenge to lead a Michael McCormick in June this year, he returned as party leader and Australia's deputy prime minister. So one of the things to understand about the country party in the national party is that they have had the most stable leadership of political parties in Australia. Incredibly. Long, long periods of leadership by political giants, really ill Paige, John mcewen, dug into the and so on. And even though the time frame of leaders has diminished, the leadership transitions have generally been handled quite well. So the barnaby Joyce turbulence is very unusual for the nationals and very unusual for them to be so much in the news. Normally, they're a bit of a side note in media. His restoration represents another particular aspect of the national party. It's very important politically for the nationals to be seen as fighting the good fight and standing up to the liberals and standing up for rural areas. And that's what barnaby represents. He is a master of the populist rhetoric. Sometimes it's quite hard to actually work out what it is he's saying, but the way he speaks speaks to his audience, the audience that he has. What are the future for the nationals? Representation in federal parliament has come back from the low point in the 80s and 90s when it got down to around 12 seats. They now back up to what I would consider to be round about their geographic limits at the national level. You know, that's round about the 16 seats that touch above 10% of seats. And that they achieve with a roundabout 6 and a half, 7% of the national vote. But they seem to me to be at their limit. It's very hard to see what additional seats they could win back with the possible exception of something like bob catas seat. If he ever chose to retire and there was no family successor, for example, to his seat, they could win back Kennedy right up in north Queensland. But at the same time, the seats they still hold in northern New South Wales will be eroded over time by demographic change. So it's very hard to see that they would achieve much. Its demise has been predicted since 1922. So it's a very brave person who says that the national party is not going to survive. But I think we're beginning to see more farm groups being outspoken on climate change. We are also beginning to see a lot more connection being made between the national party and the non agricultural rural activities like the coal industry, for example. We've seen some very effective rural independence in the past. And I think we're beginning to see more of that. So I'm not prepared to predict their demise, but I think they're probably facing a few more challenges now than they were several decades ago. I think it will continue on in some shape or form. But I think unless it starts moving with the times, it's really going to be just a little rump in the parliament. Political parties are very careful about what their membership is. They don't trumpet it. But the farmers for climate action now has 6000 farmer members. And 20,000 supporters of farmers for climate action. Now that I would gather is way more than the national party membership. I be happy to be proven wrong if someone wants to come out and confirm their membership. But that is a significant chunk of support of people who are backing action on climate change in order to make farmers jobs a little easier and a bit more seamless in terms of the way we knit with global policy. And if the national party is a fraction of that will, what does it say for where the original constituency lies? I think that they've got to answer these questions as they move forward. Otherwise, it just becomes a sort of personality rebel. Gabriel Chan, the author of rusted off, why country Australia is fed up. Thanks to her and my other guests, Linda bottle and Jeff cockfield, the editors of the national party, prospects for the great survivors, and Frank Bond journal head of the history department at the Australian national university. Isabella tropiano is the sound engineer for this revision, I'm from Kerry Phillips. You've been listening to an ABC podcast, discover more great ABC podcasts, live radio and exclusives on the ABC listen app..

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"nats" Discussed on Rear Vision

Rear Vision

10:32 min | 4 months ago

"nats" Discussed on Rear Vision

"That we can get down to level terms with those competitors I just mentioned. During the 1980s, Australia was hit by the neo liberal economic wave that swept through the western world. Australia's economy was transformed by deregulation, especially under the hawk Keating government, which stripped away old forms of protection. That speaker was Ian McLaughlin, president of the national farmers federation, addressing a rally of 45,000 farmers who marched through Canberra on the first day of bob hawke's tax summit in July 1985, and it wasn't just farmers who were under financial pressure. In the 1950s and 60s, industries established in country towns had blossomed behind Australia's tariff walls, but these would not survive the opening up of Australia's economy. Or country towns had many industries, food processing was a classic example of country town capitalism, soft drink manufacturer would be another. But even things like white Woods manufacture often took off in regional centers. So Australia had a booming consumer economy of the 1950s and 60s. And of course, the country towns of Australia were doing very well. But they were very dependent in many instances at least on government support. Deregulation agenda that really began with the hawk paid in government. Received pretty hard pushback from rural areas. You saw the rationalization and privatization of services and you saw a breaking down of what country people would regard as a contract between metropolitan and rural places and people. But there was this sense because it was a labor government conducting the policy reform. There was this sense of holding our collective breaths, if you like that, oh, maybe on the other side of this, the coalition will ride in and re in state restore some of the policy settings. But of course, John Howard and his government and Tim Fischer really doubled down on the deregulation agenda. And brought about their own changes in rural areas. And I don't think it's an accident that in the Howard government is when you're starting to see more rural independence pop up. So there's this sense that this isn't the coalition that we remember from pre poor Keating days. This is a very different coalition and what is it doing to the pillars that we considered to be the basic tenants of rural policy? And so I think that breakdown of what rural people would see as an agreement between metropolitan and country Australia, really starts the breakdown of the national party center of identity. The method may be unsophisticated, but the premier undaunted by criticisms from within the national party has begun the march to Canberra in earnest. Policy is vintage Joe. Today at Bethany, the talk was of eliminating the AC TU, the Labor Party in the Democrats, and he said he was not concerned with any effect that Joe movement was having on the coalition. I've seen it for the last three years. I've had all this business of working and working and working for other parties who can't perform who can't win. So I said, on the principle, if you want a job well done do it yourself, let's just exactly what I'm doing. We can't leave the 1980s behind without mentioning one of the most curious episodes in Australian politics, the attempt by Queensland national party premier sir Jo berki Peterson to become prime minister of Australia in 1987. We're really supporting the myth of Queensland being different here, but it is particularly in relation to the coalition because the country party and then the national party from the 1920s was the dominant non Labor Party in the state. And the liberals and their forerunners were the minor party. And that was particularly continued through the 1980s. In other states that the national level, the country party was always very clearly a small party relative to the liberals. But in Queensland, it was different. And I think you had a particular style of party organization and leadership in the Joe era. One might say a sort of messianic kind of thinking started to take hold. And Joe, of course, was a big antisocialist and he was really pushing the idea for many years from rights from the whitlam era through to the hawk era that the horror of the Labor Party and its socialist leadings needed to be combated and really the federal Liberal Party are just not doing enough for that. What we need is real leadership. And he really got sufficient support within the party in Queensland to run this idea, which was initially Joe for p.m., but became Joe for Canberra as the campaign moved on. And then it was sort of watered down and then suddenly abandoned. And of course many including John Howard himself attribute that to the loss of the 1987 election where the coalition thought they had a very good chance. It split the coalition because essentially it forced the federal nationals to at least temporarily split and it led to Ian Sinclair losing the leadership as well. Despite their decline in influence since the high water mark of the 1950s and 60s, the nets remain an important part of the political landscape in Australia, although there are an anomaly when you consider what's happened to the other agrarian parties that emerged elsewhere in the early 20th century. In the early 20th century, quite a lot of countries had clearly agrarian parties, and particularly I guess a good comparator is probably the Nordic countries. You could see them in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark. It were quite influential. They either die out or they change their identity to some extent. And for example, it's quite telling that in the Nordic countries, they are labeled some version of center parties and they do seek to sort of get between, I guess, social Democrats on one hand and liberals on the other hand. And they do their take on green things. So they are agrarian, moderate and green. And regional, of course, I should have mentioned that. So I think the nationals have retained the agrarian origins, but they are original party. Most of their candidates now are not farmers. But people who have worked in regional areas in some degree or other and probably have agricultural roots of some sort, but their original party and they definitely have not taken on green thinking, even though, of course, they would make claim to the idea that farmers the original conservationists and so on, you do hear that quite a bit. And the nets are an anomaly in another way. They're essentially in a permanent coalition with a Liberal Party. In fact, even on the rare occasions that the liberals win enough states to govern alone, they choose to remain in coalition with the gnats. Absolutely. Because what the national party does is it allows the non labor side of government to capture a whole range of different values and different political perspectives. And it allows them to capture some of the vote on perhaps the slightly more extreme right end of the spectrum who would probably go elsewhere if the party was just the Liberal Party. So the nationals allow for a separate identity to attract those different sets of values, but in a sense corrals them into a two party system. And it serves the party very well, because again, as a minor party, it would never have had the level of influencing cabinet that it has as a member of an almost permanent coalition. So from the party's point of view, with only a handful of seats, it gets very key cabinet portfolios. The coalition is a very, very unusual political arrangement. Hardly ever, do you see such a long-term permanent coalition in operation in multi party democracies in Europe? What you see is elections are held and then people negotiate around coalitions, but an enduring coalition is extremely unusual and an enduring coalition in which there are only two parties is extremely unusual as well. The pluses for the nationals that you get a seat at the table and particularly you get the agricultural portfolio and you get the regional development portfolio. And up until 1980s, you got the trade portfolio as well. When in government. And of course, they have been in government quite a bit. So you can see the potential advantages there. The counter to that is they have sold out. They join the liberals and they've become like liberals and they're giving to the liberals. That's the kind of critical thing that comes from the bush areas and comes from people who are political opponents or competing minor party candidates will be saying. People who take up portfolios are bound by cabinet solidarity. So once the decision is taken, nationals ministers either resign or they go along with whatever has been decided. And this contributes to the impression that that kind of lep dogs over the liberals. And it's very hard to get credit for holding back the tide as they did in the deregulatory period in the 1990s. They certainly were successful in getting lots and lots of concessions. But if your farmers and you see your commodity board disappearing or you see your bush services disappearing, your bush post office clothes and so on. You're not very open to the idea that someone has been defending you stoutly and you're annoyed at the loss of.

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Christmas Music (MM #3929)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Christmas Music (MM #3929)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Throughout my career, I've spent a lot of time dealing with Christmas music. Most of it being country music because it worked in the country music industry for so long, but also working with adult contemporary formats, middle of the road, music formats. I know a little bit about Christmas music. And when it comes to the end of the day, I still prefer hearing the classics. What's now considered ancient Christmas music? From people like Andy Williams and Dean Martin and Mel Torme and Nat King Cole and all that stuff that I hated as a kid. Around my house, we used to hear all that music all the time in the 1960s and 1970s. And by then it was still old, but there's something about going back to it and the feeling it gives me to this day. Sure, there have been great Christmas songs. Some people would say, since the 1960s, I'm not even going to talk about wham or Mariah Carey, or Michael buble, or any of the Christmas music that's come in the last 20, 30 years, but give me the old stuff. And I know I'm not alone because I've got friends, probably of the same age who were the same way. There's something about the holidays and that old time music. They really put you in the mood.

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Christmas Music (MM #3929)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Christmas Music (MM #3929)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Throughout my career, I've spent a lot of time dealing with Christmas music. Most of it being country music because it worked in the country music industry for so long, but also working with adult contemporary formats, middle of the road, music formats. I know a little bit about Christmas music. And when it comes to the end of the day, I still prefer hearing the classics. What's now considered ancient Christmas music? From people like Andy Williams and Dean Martin and Mel Torme and Nat King Cole and all that stuff that I hated as a kid. Around my house, we used to hear all that music all the time in the 1960s and 1970s. And by then it was still old, but there's something about going back to it and the feeling it gives me to this day. Sure, there have been great Christmas songs. Some people would say, since the 1960s, I'm not even going to talk about wham or Mariah Carey, or Michael buble, or any of the Christmas music that's come in the last 20, 30 years, but give me the old stuff. And I know I'm not alone because I've got friends, probably of the same age who were the same way. There's something about the holidays and that old time music. They really put you in the mood.

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Anti-Biden Rap Song ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ Reaches Top Spot on iTunes Chart

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:20 min | 7 months ago

Anti-Biden Rap Song ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ Reaches Top Spot on iTunes Chart

"So for those of you that don't know, maybe you've been, I don't know, in a coma, the last three weeks or I don't know, navigating the islands of Thailand or something, and you just haven't been really queued into the news cycle or maybe you were in honeymoon and Sri Lanka. I don't know. So there was a Nat. There's a NASCAR driver. His name is Brandon. And he's actually competing soon in Phoenix, I found that mistaken. I don't know his last name. And so Brandon won this NASCAR event, and the crowd started his name is Brandon Brown. The crowd started to chant F Joe Biden and the announcer a lot of people went and attacked the announcer. I actually think she was kind of creative and she unintentionally now gave us a non vulgar way to now say this. So then she says, oh, they're all saying, let's go Brandon. They weren't saying, let's go Brandon. And it was just so comically wrong. It was just so off of the beat and like she had to do her bastion didn't want to get an FCC complaint. She obviously was trying to keep it focused on the try to keep it focused on the sports story. Do I think she intentionally lied? Yeah, of course she did. She knew they weren't saying that, obviously. And so she knew they weren't saying, let's go Brandon. But I think she unintentionally created the movement where now et cetera. Okay, so this chant let's go Brandon is everywhere. Last night at our event, Boise, people were just coming up and chanting, let's go Brandon. And it kind of has these kind of alternate meeting. It's like it's anti media. It's anti buy it and it's all over the place. It's also pro brand. We're very pro brand. And so let's go to cut 41. Harris falconer saying, let's go brand and song has now hit the number one on itune over Adele, skinny Adele now at new skinny Adele's new song. Okay, cut 41. And as the president deals with that favorability issue, problem, disaster. The anti Biden chance, let's go Brandon, which you know are kind of code for cleaning up what they're really saying. But anyway, let's go Brandon. Now, hitting the iTunes top. Talk to hip hop songs. They now sit one and two on iTunes downloads ahead of Adele's new song. Number one and two, we're always told conservatives need to take back the culture where it's happening

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Devers hits 2 HR; Red Sox to host Yanks in AL wild-card game

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 8 months ago

Devers hits 2 HR; Red Sox to host Yanks in AL wild-card game

"The red Sox have burned the first AL wild card will host the Yankees on Tuesday night Rafael Devers second home run of the afternoon was a tie breaking two run blast in the ninth inning of the red Sox seven five down into the nationals in Washington Devers collected his third and fourth RBI of the game after Kyle Schwarber reached on an error Kiki Hernandez his team didn't flinch after falling behind five one one at a better time you know try to graduation runs you know whether it's one run you know any any or something like that it's just don't try to get all four of them back like within one swing Eduardo Rodriguez worked the eighth to improve to thirteen and seven two days after starting and winning the series opener against the nats Tuesday's winner will take on the race in the division series I'm the ferry

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Red Sox beat Nats 4-2, pick up game on Yanks in WC chase

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Red Sox beat Nats 4-2, pick up game on Yanks in WC chase

"Hunter Renfroe and Bobby Dalbec hit back to back home runs in a four run sixth that push the red Sox past the Washington nationals forty two Renfro's three run blast open the scoring Eduardo Rodriguez went five plus scoreless innings allowing five hits as Boston won for just the second time in seven games console robust walked Juan Soto and Josh bell with two out in the ninth before nailing down his thirteen save LCDs Escobar and Jordy Mercer homered for Washington the wind pulls a red Sox within one game of the Yankees for the first AL wild card I'm Dave very

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"nats" Discussed on Online Mesdita Radio Vicianum

Online Mesdita Radio Vicianum

03:53 min | 8 months ago

"nats" Discussed on Online Mesdita Radio Vicianum

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"nats" Discussed on Online Mesdita Radio Vicianum

Online Mesdita Radio Vicianum

04:54 min | 8 months ago

"nats" Discussed on Online Mesdita Radio Vicianum

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"nats" Discussed on Online Mesdita Radio Vicianum

Online Mesdita Radio Vicianum

05:23 min | 8 months ago

"nats" Discussed on Online Mesdita Radio Vicianum

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"nats" Discussed on Online Mesdita Radio Vicianum

Online Mesdita Radio Vicianum

05:06 min | 8 months ago

"nats" Discussed on Online Mesdita Radio Vicianum

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"nats" Discussed on Online Mesdita Radio Vicianum

Online Mesdita Radio Vicianum

04:43 min | 8 months ago

"nats" Discussed on Online Mesdita Radio Vicianum

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"nats" Discussed on Online Mesdita Radio Vicianum

Online Mesdita Radio Vicianum

04:32 min | 8 months ago

"nats" Discussed on Online Mesdita Radio Vicianum

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"nats" Discussed on Online Mesdita Radio Vicianum

Online Mesdita Radio Vicianum

04:57 min | 8 months ago

"nats" Discussed on Online Mesdita Radio Vicianum

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"nats" Discussed on Online Mesdita Radio Vicianum

Online Mesdita Radio Vicianum

05:08 min | 8 months ago

"nats" Discussed on Online Mesdita Radio Vicianum

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4.3 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Southern California

Saturday Morning Update with Rick Fowler

00:33 sec | 8 months ago

4.3 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Southern California

"Night, still rattling some nerves here, mostly because of the flaring that's going on at the marathon Petroleum refinery. The fireballs coming through the refinery, also saying, This is the normal safety procedures burning off the excessive gas right after the earthquake. 4.3 magnitude epicenter less than a mile east southeast of the city of Carson, one of the car dealerships, right Here by the refinery, saying, Oh, they felt it alright, describing it as a rolling feeling building up to a strong, powerful jolt, maybe about five seconds and that was it, but it was filled from Ventura County all the way down to Orange County, Fox News said. Last ghost in sports the Nats blowing

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Kieboom, Nats Rally Again, Score 2 in 9th to Edge Mets 4-3

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

Kieboom, Nats Rally Again, Score 2 in 9th to Edge Mets 4-3

"Carter Kieboom interest Evenson hit RBI singles in the bottom of the ninth off Edwin Diaz to rally the nationals past the Mets three to two D. as walk to the first three hitters he faced before surrendering the RBI hits he blew two saves in the five game series Alonso hit a solo Homer and an RBI single for the Mets who took three of five in Washington but fell four games behind idle Atlanta for the NL east lead Patrick Corbin allowed three runs over seven innings the longest outing by a Mets starter since he worked seven on August third Trevor Williams allowed two runs over five innings for the Mets I'm Dave Ferrie

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Báez 4 for 4, Pillar Slam, Mets Hit 4 HRs to Beat Nats 13-6

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Báez 4 for 4, Pillar Slam, Mets Hit 4 HRs to Beat Nats 13-6

"Kevin Pelorus grand slam capped a six run ninth is the Mets beat the nationals for the third time in four games thirteen to six I think the biggest thing for me in those situations not to rush into the at bat understanding that the picture is the one that's in trouble when there's runners in scoring position those are his earned runs New York wasted a four run lead and was tied in the eighth inning until Patrick busy could sacrifice fly Francisco Lindores sparked the ninth inning rally with a leadoff Homer hi dear bye as one four for four with a home run for the Mets who also received a round tripper from Jonathan V. are in their seventh win in eight games Erin Lou picked up the Mets NL leading forty second relief victory and improve to five NO I'm the ferry

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Retail: The Nightmare Before Christmas?

CNBC's Fast Money

01:20 min | 9 months ago

Retail: The Nightmare Before Christmas?

"Counting down to the most wonderful time of the year. There are fewer than one hundred fourteen days until santa comes to town but is christmas at risk this year problems piling up at the ports disrupting the global supply chain of massive labor shortage threatening retailers as aguirre for the critical holiday shopping season. And good luck getting that high tech toy this year. The chip crisis continues to cripple the industry. So with just one hundred fourteen days to go. Are we setting up for nightmare before christmas guy down. Me ball humbug. To that now. I mean nothing keeps the people from shopping for christmas. Quite frankly and i think this year is going to be another record year. You can talk about supply chain disruptions. What have you people will find a way nats. Just a question of what retailer is best suited. Obviously we've talked about williams-sonoma. I'm sure a lot of people wanna get that crock pot for their loved one. But that's a bit of a double top concerns me walmart. You can make a great case on valuation another situation where maybe we topped out a bit here. The one that sticks out like a sore thumb. Not that i suggest doing your christmas shopping there because i know you won't but costco jeffries just raised their price target. Today i think five fifty high in the street believe it or not costco and earnings in this holiday. Season is probably the one that shapes up the

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Harper Homers, Phillies Beat Nats 7-4 for 4th Straight Win

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

Harper Homers, Phillies Beat Nats 7-4 for 4th Straight Win

"Bryce Harper hit a first inning Homer in the Phillies are in their fourth straight win by outscoring the nationals seven a four Harper went two for five minutes hitting four oh four with seven home runs and twelve RBIs in sixteen games against his former team this season Brad Miller also went deep and Ronald Torreyes added a bases loaded triple for Philadelphia which improved to seventy one at nationals park this season Zack Wheeler pitched six innings for Philadelphia yielding four runs while striking out four Jose Alvarado escaped a two on none out jam in the ninth for his fifth save I'm Dave Ferrie

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"nats" Discussed on Rear Vision

Rear Vision

07:53 min | 9 months ago

"nats" Discussed on Rear Vision

"Coalition with the nats. Absolutely because what the national party does is it allows the non-labor side of government to catch a whole range of different values and different political perspectives and it allows them to capture some of the votes on perhaps the slightly more extreme right end of the spectrum who would probably go elsewhere if the party was just the liberal party so the nationals allow for a separate identity to attract those different sets of values but in a sense corrales them into a two party system and it serves the party very well because again is a minor party would never have had the level of influencing cabinet that it has as a member of an almost permanent coalition. So from the party's point of view with on your hands live sates. It gets very key cabinet. Portfolios the coalition is a very very unusual political arrangement hardly ever. Do you see such a long term. Permanent coalition operation in multi-party democracies in europe. What you see is elections held and then people negotiate around coalitions but an enduring coalition is extremely unusual and an enduring coalition in which there are only. Two parties is extremely unusual as well the pluses for the nationals. That you get a seat at the table and particularly you get the agricultural portfolio and you get the regional development portfolio and up until you know ninety nineties s you got the trade. Portfolios will win in government and of course they have been in government quite a bit so you can see the potential advantages. The the counter to that is they have sold up. They joined the liberals and they've become likely liberals and i give into the liberals that's the kind of critical thing that comes from the bush areas and comes from people who political opponents or competing minor party candidates will be sighing people who take up portfolios bound by cabinet solidarity so once the decision is taken nationals ministers either resign or they go along with whatever has been decided and this contributes to the impression but that kind of lapdogs over the liberals and it's very hard to get credit for holding back the tide as they did in the deregulatory period of the nineteen nineties. They certainly were successful in getting lots and lots of concessions but if your farm was a new c. Your commodity board disappearing. Or you. See your bush services disappearing. You'll bush post office clothes and so on. You don't very open to the idea that someone has been defending stoutly. And you're annoyed at the loss of things. And i think that tells against them in february twenty eighteen barnaby. Joyce resigned the party leadership in disgrace after acknowledging that he was in a relationship and expecting a child with a former staffer. But after a second challenge to lead a michael mccormack in june this year he returned as party leader and australia's deputy prime minister. The one of the things to understand about the country party in the national party is that they have had the most stable leadership of political parties in australia. Incredibly long long periods of leadership by political giants really l. page john mccain and doug anthony and so on and even though the timeframe of leaders has diminished the leadership transitions of generally being handled quite well so the barnaby joyce turbulence is very unusual for the nationals and very unusual for them to be so much in the news. Normally you know. They're a bit of a side note in media. His restoration represents another particular aspect of the national. Party is very important politically for the nationals. To be seen as fighting the good fight and standing up to the liberals and standing up foot rural areas and that's what barnaby represents. He is a master of the populist rhetoric. Sometimes it's quite hard to actually work at what it is. He signed but the way he speaks speaks to. He's audience the audience that he has. What are the future for. The nationals representation in federal parliament has come back from the low point in the eighties and ninety s. When it got down to around twelve seats they are now back up to what i would consider to be. Round about. Their geographic limits set the national level. That's roundabout the sixteen seats said touch above ten percent of seats and that they achieve with around about six and a half seven percent of the national vote but they seem to me to be at their limited. It's very hard to see what additional seats they could win back with the possible exception of something like bob cata seat if he ever chose to retire and there was no some family success for example. He's seat they could win back kennedy right up in north queensland but at the same time the seats they still hold in northern new south wales will be eroded over time demographic change so. It's very hard to see that they would achieve much. Its demise has been predicted since nineteen twenty two. so it's a very brave person who says that the national party is not going to survive. But i think we're beginning to say more femme groups. Being outspoken on climate change. We are also beginning to see a lot more connection being made between the national party and the non agricultural rural activities like the coal industry. For example we've seen some very effective rural independence in the past. And i think with beginning to see more of that so on not prepared to predict their demise but i think that probably facing few more challenges now than they were civil decades ago i think it will continue on in some shape or form but i think unless it starts moving with the times. It's really going to be just a little rump. In the parliament political parties are very careful. About what the name sheep is. They died trumpeted. But the thomas for climate action now has six thousand family members and twenty thousand supporters of thomas. The climate action. Now that i would gather is why more than the national party may machine bobby happy to be proven wrong if someone wants to come out and confront him into sheets but that is a significant chunk of support of people who are backing action on climate change in order to make farmers jobs a little easier in a more seamless in terms of the way we need with global policy and the national party is a fraction of that. Will what does it say for with a regional constituency lines. I think that by to answer these questions as they may fooled otherwise it just becomes a as sort of personality. Rabble gabriel chen. The author of rusted off why country australia is fed up. Thanks to her. And my other guests. Linda bottle and jeff cockfield the editors of the national party prospects for the great survivors and frank bond. Your head of the history department at the australian national university. He's avila troiano. Is the sound engineer.

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OnlyFans Reverses Course on Porn Ban

Techmeme Ride Home

01:47 min | 9 months ago

OnlyFans Reverses Course on Porn Ban

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"nats" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

06:11 min | 10 months ago

"nats" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"You know it on some level. I'm just posing i'm just. I'm just asking the question here. If you have the lowest vaccination rate of any team in the league. Aren't you a little bit concerned about the overall intellect of your team and don't hire intellect teams may be also have a competitive advantage over lower intellect teams like i just. I want my team to be really talented and really good. This is the best roster. This franchises had in a long time. I also want it to be really smart and really with it and four. This be they seem to be a little limited. As i like to say either that or you know. They're believers that they got coverted and they've got the antibodies and they wanna wait. Although again yesterday's information from the cdc was even those that have gotten cova And if built up the antibodies they need They need the vaccine. I but you know again. Trust me. I've been following all this and i've been reading it and living at like all of you have. I understand that that information could change in a week. A couple of other things about training camp. I thought were interesting Landon collins is ready to go I think that that's obviously good news And there doesn't appear to be any quarterback competition to speak of to be okay. There's not going to be. I think the more interesting thing will be. I asked ron rivera this. When i had him on the show you know because i did ask him. Why did he completely you know. Omit kyle allen from any conversation coming off. Ota's and he said no. No no. I wasn't intentional. Kyle's right in the mix He's gonna compete in any egos kyle. Will you know essentially imply. The kyle wasn't completely one hundred percent but he is now I think that you know if you're interested in a backup quarterback battle and typically are in this town. That's what we're going to be watching for. You know who takes the second team reps. Who gets into the game in the preseason games in the second quarter and the first one and the second one and then the third quarter you know in the last one or what however they play the preseason. That's going to be the interesting thing it. I don't know it seems to me. That people believe that taylor. Heinecke is the front runner to be the backup. I know a lot of our fans are hoping that taylor. Heinecke is the front runner to be the backup to ryan fitzpatrick but I wouldn't surprise me. If kyle allen ends up being the backup. None of you could argue that. The whole quarterback position for team is just one big backup quarterback battle. You could argue that. But i wouldn't ryan. Fitzpatrick is a starter. He's a starter in this league and if you want to say he's a bottom third starter. That's fine but he's not a bottom quarter starter you know. He's in that twenty range. Twenty-one range worse case go through the list there are still in this league. A lot of teams with major quarterback question marks or issues. I think ryan fitzpatrick is you know. Worst case a guy that fits in there in the low twenty s. You know or around twenty somewhere around there now. Is that good enough. No i ne- i want my guy to have the the seasons that he's had the last two years which would then put them in the top. Half of the league in quarterback play. If you get that from ryan fitzpatrick this year. Then you've got a chance to have a really good season or be a much better football team much better. I'm hoping for that. But i think the downside honestly and less he falls off a cliff at thirty eight years old which is always possible. I think the downside is you know. An upgrade. From last year any somewhere you know between nineteen and twenty three in terms of the rankings of starting quarterbacks. That's awfully optimistic. I think the odds would say that the falling off a cliff is more likely. I don't know why you would say that with him. Last year having one of the best seasons of his career in the year before playing really high level football her higher level football. Be eight years old. I understand that but you. You may have been the one to say that before last year thirty seven and he didn't fall off the x ray. I know that so. How many times can keep beating the is. I don't know brady keeps beating him. Rogers keeps beating him. Well there you go. There's the lady rogers and brady doctors and ryan. He should have no he could. He could be breeze. You're right and breeze really did fall off last year but wasn't brief forty last year. I think he was What else is interesting from day. One i don't know. I'm i'm trying to follow all of the the the guys on the beat ban. Jp and john and nikki to see if anything's going on out there today But again most of this stuff really really not that significant. I think Oh i wanted to mentioned in addition to like this time of year obviously injuries. Obviously some you know depth chart you know Insight but a lot of these interviews you know when the coach speaks at the end of these. I like listening to those. Because i think that's where you can learn some stuff after they're sitting there watching these guys day in and day out and then you can start to to learn about some of the got like last year at this time..

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"nats" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

09:47 min | 10 months ago

"nats" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"I don't know i could be way off But the point is. I don't personally think that if the fda approves the vaccine that's everybody's gonna come rushing into you know vaccine centers get vaccinated. I don't think most of the people that haven't gotten vaccinated even know that the fda has approved it yet But apparently there's a lot of discussion that the fda approval would be very helpful against those that are sort of vaccine hesitant like a lot of these people who are unvaccinated are waiting for fda approval. That doesn't make sense to me. Most people don't even know that that's absent fall. That's what i think. That's what i think you're awfully wound up about it. I could tell that. Well it's it's it seems like we are increasing the number of co vid positives at least as it relates to this you know delta variant and furthermore young fit professional athletes aren't getting sick especially those that are vaccinated so then that's are a mess right now. They are there they they. They've got this going on while they're trying to figure out who trading. Alex they can get for them as the trading deadline is just forty eight hours away basically. Yeah the I i was reading What's his face passan. I guess Earlier i think it was passed and whatever apparently sure's or will approve any trade two west coast teams that are pursuing him that are in the race but he's ruled out philly and houston as destinations. He has this veto right using his. They call ten in five rights. Ten years of service with the same team right. That's what it is right. Yes it is okay so let's see. He doesn't want he doesn't want to go play for us to because he doesn't want to play with a bunch of teenagers and he doesn't to go play for philly play with bryce harper. That's the reason. I don't know i mean the houston thing would seem obvious to me. You know Goldie was on the podcast with me yesterday and we were going through a lot of this stuff and for those of you that listened in like did i appreciate it. Also he he just he had a bad phone thing. Which is why we had to end early. We're pretty much done anyway. But anyway If you miss that you can go back and listen to it in just a yesterday show What was i gonna say again. I'm all over the place when i have been at the early about mercury coffee. Oh about sober yet. So sure is our sherzer. Mike rizzo apparently said that because of these ten five rights. We've got to get a deal prior to the four pm deadline tomorrow to work out the no-trade you know ability and i said to all the why can't they just worked out now and just say max. Tell us where you won't go and we won't talk to those teams. I mean i'm sure he'd be willing to tell them upfront. My point being is you. Don't in a situation like this. I i would think i could be wrong but i would imagine that. Was somebody like sherzer. These are deadline deals most times and their deadline deals. Because if you're an rizzo's position you wanna wait to see this thing heat up. You want the pressure of a deadline to four. Somebody's hand on the best possible offer. And it just seems to me that the nats would benefit from being able to walk this up to you know close to the deadline so just find out which teams he won't accept the trade to and don't talk to those teams tell them they're out Or don't tell them they're out but understand that they're not gonna win this you know ultimately and if you have to take a lesser deal from la or san francisco or san diego you do that You know part of me. I mean i don't wanna see max scherzer go. I want to see him be a national. I want to see him pitch. And it wildcard game or in a playoff game or whatever because it was so exciting but if he if he does go anywhere i kinda would like to see him in that nationally west race and healthy for it because that really is one of tommy. You've got three. The third place team is fourteen games over five hundred. That is a hell of a race. They have the three highest run differentials in the national league all in one division but as far as which team. I don't know i'm sort of rooting for san diego. I don't know why the pilot because that team that that sounds really taken it on the chin in recent years lost their football commod such a great town. Yep but it's san diego life is never bad. it's true it's it can't ever be bad. They're the most beautiful weather in our country is san diego weather year round. You wanna get some washington football talk or do you have anything more on the nats in. What you think's going to happen and who you would trade and who you wouldn't trade and strasbourg i think and strasbourg. Goldie said that this could be essentially a career ending injury. Yeah i mean he's having serious surgery and he's thirty three years old You know he's except for that world series run for the past couple of years. It's been one You know malady after another with him and that's got to be taken. It's toll over the years as he gets older and that two hundred forty five million dollar contract extension that the natch sides him to i know we said and i'm not gonna back away from you know if it gave them a world series than a championship which you could argue it did then it was worth it but still i mean if he if he if he is his career would be over. That would go down as probably maybe the all time worse contract history gully was saying by the way that that blast extension seven years. Two hundred sixty five was. I think it was two hundred. Sixty five million came after the world series. Yes so they haven't gotten anything from him since now last year obviously was Boy you know. I i really like stephen strasburg like i. I liked him. More than max scherzer. And i wanted him to be healthy and i wanted to see him. Have a dominant cy. Young type of regular season into a postseason. You know it was the game four at wrigley. That really sold me remember. He was you know he. Apparently he had Allergies are the sniffles and Who knows maybe he had the twisties and he was going to back out But you know there's all that discussion and and and in industy sort of publicly put some pressure on him a little bit and then he showed up and he was dominant and then there was nothing. Nothing in the postseason. There are a lot of moments in the postseason but game six in houston down. Three two facing elimination was an all clutch performance by by strasbourg and he was so great that night. I just those final two games were so incredible. But that game. Six facing elimination He's had almost two hall of fame postseason performances. He's been great as a playoff pitcher. I just wish that he could have had more health during his career. And it would really suck if this really is. An injury is as goldie. Describe it that there's no example of anybody coming back and being a hundred percent afterwards. He said that. This is the injury that matt harvey had and the surgery that matt harvey had And he's never been the same although he pitched really well last saturday night against the nets but That would your differences between matt harvey and Strasbourg stocks were placed for an organization that will russia back. The mets basically you know they ignored and they laughed at the strasbourg. Shutout when they brought harvey back from his His tommy john surgery and i think that contributed to Is his issues. A look at this is i. Don't want to start if this is stephen. Strasburg has given washington national fads. A tremendous amount of great moments over the years as frustrating. He has been there have been so many times where we watched some remarkable remarkable performance from the first day he ever pitched team. Yeah fourteen strikeouts. Yeah i mean that's all time debut. So i mean i think i mean you know. He should always be celebrated by washington.

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"nats" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

06:50 min | 10 months ago

"nats" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"That's a good point. I i and i think it was like. Let's stop this right now. Let's get in front of this and and make sure no one accuses her of quitting. Because that's what we we thought. We just watch. And i think a lot of those people are incredibly self-indulgent I think that that is you know. I think you need to be honest with you. I think you need to sit back and wait for the twisties discussion and explanation. I said to you two days ago. I would like to know specifically what the mental health issue is. Because if it's just about pressure and feeling the weight of the world on your shoulders that's different from a legitimate mental health issue now if you suffer major anxiety that turns into anxiety or panic attack disorder or whatever you want to go to Well then that gets into something that can be very isolation driven and see is tied to depression and lots of other things. I'm not trying to play psychiatrist here. I just have some experience with this You know over the course of my life with various people. So i i the twisties. Look the bottom line is you wouldn't tell you know an x. Games you know skateboard jumper. If he's got the twist he's refused got the yips to go ahead and and scoot down that you know Seventy five foot ramp to do a double whatever in the middle of the air. But if he's just feeling the pressure of the event we all feel pressure every day in our lives to perform not at the level. I'm saying Of of some of these professional athletes or entertainers or politicians or whatever. But for those people i am a big believer in the only way around it is through it in to face it and to learn how to face adversity. But this is not This is not what she based on all of the discussion of what. She was suffering from the it's apples and oranges. She could have really hurt herself. Potentially had gone through with it. But again back to you you said at the beginning there is sort of this I think you used the word canonizing And i think a lot of those people are trying to get ahead of what they were anticipating which was much more criticism and they wanted to drown that out. I think i think that's exactly what happened here. Now i just want to point out that if you are a big simone biles fan and why wouldn't you be. She's probably the greatest gymnasts in the history of the united states. You'll probably be able to see her. In the gold over america tour which will be touring around the country following the olympics at some point and i think it will be coming to the capital one arena. I think okay well with your i. I'm not are you going down the path of saying she's going to be on the cover of some magazine to deal with her deal with the twisties. Now i'm just pointing out that. The gold over america tours. That'd be mayo coming. Through your way precludes. North simone biles. Well maybe you know maybe rory mcilroy can get the yips at the. Us open but in a in a you know an charity event wouldn't get the yips. Maybe he'll be fine for that. Also i wanna point out she. I mean it's again. This is something very specific What she liked through You know this whole idea now. People have talked about the pressure on her. You know and how the weight of the world she even said waiter world felt like it was on her shoulders. She raced that she did an interview weeks ago with usa. Today who bas- basically said. I'm the best there ever was. I mean the facts. prove it. i'm the greatest of all time. Well she didn't seem brace that she didn't have the twisties then. I know that. I'm saying i mean the pressure that people have brought up that she felt right about the greatest. She shakes something she race. Yeah you know what the great ones do. The great ones embrace it. Welcome it and then beat it down in the biggest moments. I will you try to every day on this podcast with you but you get in the way of it sometimes. Can we move to the nets real quickly about. Because it's it's really been an incredible before we get to the next You've been pretty busy lately. You know. I mean i'm on vacation up sick. I'm going to take on vacation starting today. Also i had like my. I mean i had today off tomorrow often next week off of radio. We'll take we'll take a couple of days in the podcast and no. There's no actual vacation scheduled as i've told you and others on this podcast. That are listening. I am moving and this is will call it phase one of the move phase one. I mean moving out of my house Into a one month furnished rental that allows pets and then into the new house because the new house is not ready for us to move in to quite yet we thought we would be able to move right from our current house of the last many years into our new house But no that didn't work out that way so phase one will be to move out of our house and move a lot of this stuff into the new house which we will be able to do. We just won't be able to live in the new house for a while and we will be Renting a furnished rental condo in downtown bethesda. Time which by the way my wife said to me. You know what's gonna happen here. And i said yes. I know exactly what's going to happen. She's like you're gonna to. You're gonna phone with this place in not gonna wanna leave and yes. I have in recent years thought of low maintenance living as as as a real fantasy like like. I'm looking forward to just the month of being able to roll out. Walk wherever i wanna walk to Be close to everything now. If the if truth be told..

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"nats" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

01:47 min | 10 months ago

"nats" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"Things. You do not have to quickly win. So even though administrative leave is officially seven days i would fully expect it to be extended and it could be a while and don't be shocked. It's not resolved until late in the season. That's not even. After the season. I would be surprised at this point. If we see castro again this year you said it. These next games coming up are crucial now. You know the mets aren't playing great. The phillies have actually. You know picked up some ground here and they seem to be playing better but it's an if they were in any other division it would be over the next worst. Division leader is seventeen games over five hundred. And and and the mets are sitting there at six games over five hundred so the nats are lucky. You know similar to the washington football team lockheed there in the division therein because it's not over but they gotta get healthier to have any chance Thanks and you know. I think a lot of people were following you on twitter on saturday night and you know i know it was a hectic situation but good job on keeping everybody up to date and Read mark of course follow me on twitter. Redes- recaps of all these games. It's totally worth it. And the nats chat podcast with our good friend al all the other good friend. Tim show Is totally worth the listen. There's no other you know. Sort of immediate recap of each nets game Like those guys do it. 'cause it just doesn't happen It used to mass and Thank you appreciate it. Mark zuckerman everybody. A crazy weekend at nats park up next a rising star in sports. Her name is bailey. Davis. who.

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"nats" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

07:34 min | 10 months ago

"nats" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"Off on the cowboys. He said it should upset them that they're not at that threshold. You're not thinking right if you haven't gotten vaccinated whatever you got i don't give a damn nothing else can be more important. You're not going to get to a super bowl easily. Nothing else could be more important. Jimmy johnson made that abundantly clear. Nothing else is more important than team and not being one of the teams to reach that threshold. Says there's other things to a great number of people on this team that are more important than winning championships. And that makes me worried. If you're not one of those teams that the threshold eighty five percent. I say parenthetically. Are you really thinking about winning a championship. Michael irvin continues. You see what i'm saying. Okay so now if you're not getting vaccinated and you've got all these other teams that are getting vaccinated. Will somebody in that damn locker room should say. Hey man are we're going to have a chance. Are you vaccinated. Let's go through this because this could be a two week healthy dude missing games and in this league. This ain't the nba in this league data. That could be it for you. The right person misses two weeks. That's it your ass is out closed quote when he's saying there is you know the nfl's got seventeen games the nba two. You get a key dude missing two games that could be it and we know as nfl. Fans it's a league of attrition. the healthier teams tend to be the teams that win. The unhealthy teams tend to be the teams that lose more So he went off. And i would think certainly in a lot of nfl locker rooms that this is a conversation. Do we really want to have the best chance to win if we have the best chance to win. If we want to had the least risk of losing key players in key games. That could cost us a playoff berth. We've got to have everybody vaccinated. We've got to be at the eighty five percent threshold washington not even close right now couple other things. The nba finals Well what a game on. Saturday night When we did the podcast on friday we talked about the game on thursday night. The saturday night game was really good. You know. I don't know think these nba playoffs have been great. And then i think there was a two week. Lull there with some bad games and blowout games. And i think the beginning of the finals weren't great but you see two teams to cities desperate to win a world championship and you can just see it in the performance as you can see it in the intensity on defense The game saturday night was great. And obviously the play of the game was late after phoenix closed the Milwaukee lead down to a point and had the ball late and devon booker. He either should have shot at earlier or the ball should moved a little bit. I'm not among the people. That believe. That monty william should all the time out and set something up you know you had milwaukee You know scrambling a little bit. You know after I think it was holiday. Had missed sort of a floater. And then booker had the rebound and they had a chance and booker had the ball man. He's been the guy by the way chris. Paul bounce-back with an outstanding game was crucial down the stretch in the fourth quarter of that game but booker law booker had the ball taken from them by drew holiday and then drew holiday. Instead of dribbling out the clock or tempting dribble out the clock in getting fouled and then making two free throws for three point lead through the lobby. Honest the dunk chris. Paul foul made the free throw. They win by four janas was phenomenal and has been phenomenal in this series. But milwaukee won the game on saturday night because of drew holidays performance. You know drew holiday in game four In the game that they won despite an ugly offensive performance from drew holiday. Who went four for twenty in that game For for twenty and game four They won that game They came back to win that game. against phoenix at home to tie that series. A two games apiece. The other night was a gem of a performance. Twenty seven points thirteen rebounds three steals a blocked shot twelve of twenty sixty percent from the field three for six from behind the arc fifty percent and again stifling incredible defense at times including the key steel and the key play of the game drew holiday. Even when he's been off offensively has been great defensively on. That was a great basketball game saturday night. A great basketball game A game was better played in less sloppy than maybe the two games that preceded it Unfortunately for phoenix. I thought the last possession. The ball gist was never left devon booker sands at thought. He should've shot at earlier And once he got into traffic. Light chris paul and game four who lost it and traffic when they were down to in the final minute booker ends up having it ripped From him by drew holiday and so yannis with the in the foul and the made free throw suryana says the block in game four and has the dunk in game five. Don't think the series is over. I think phoenix can win tomorrow. Night and milwaukee Would i bet on it. Probably not. But i would love to see a game seven in this series It's great that we have had the nba finals during the slowest portion. Typically of the sports calendar one last thing and we'll get to mark zuckerman I ask everybody all the time To subscribe to the athletic. Personally i love it. I think it's totally worth it. They put out this morning a survey of washington football team fans about a number of questions. I'm not going to read through all twenty of the questions with answers because a not going to give you all of the content. You know if you want the rest of it. You'll have to subscribe to the athletic. But i'm going to give you a couple of things that were very interesting to me. Okay the first is dealing with the quarterback question you know. This is a survey of washington. Football fans in it asks a lot of key. Football related questions. That i thought were interesting. The first one about the quarterback was who should start at quarterback in week one ninety one point two percent of the respondents said ryan fitzpatrick. This is not a. Who do you think. We'll start at quarterback in week one. This is who should start at quarterback and week one. This speaks to this conversation that we've had where you know. Some believe that you know a big portion of the fan base really wants taylor. Hynick ear thinks taylor. Heineke should start now. They don't and he's not going to ninety one point. Two percents fitzpatrick eight point. Six percent. said taylor heineke. So that's ninety nine.

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"nats" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"nats" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Nats. Thank you. So. The best place to fund. Go talks. Conversation. Just mean trust me. Folks. And then we start to dance. Okay..