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"netwo" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

05:19 min | 20 hrs ago

"netwo" Discussed on Double Toasted

"A lot of that is his dialogue. He reminds me of a very sad. The way he talks reminds me a very soi ernest board. Not no burgess meredith. Well it's okay. So i mean as since the movies doing deep dives i'll do another one. I don't know what what what herman mankiewicz sounds like. But all gary oldman's his voice his cadence. He sounds is almost exactly like this. This this actor tudor owen. We used to do a lot of radio stuff and listen to them. All the time here on shows like pat novak for hire and other shows but he always played this character who was an alcoholic who come in and say really witty and funny things. And every time i wasn't looking at gary oldman i thought i was like that's own. No it's not. It's scary gary. Oldman what is going on here. Yeah i i'd have a problem with. We spoke. I have a problem even with his looks. What our problem with is that. The man is older than fifty five hours early and a lot of people had these young wise man and young was the thing back. Then it was the thing back. Then you can look this so this this actress rate here. Her name is tough yet. Top top top. It's militant i. You can't get them more british thing. She's got to be british may they. Don't make britney any names more british than that. I'm united middleton. Yeah even like not even british anymore. You're like an l. But she is thirty three years old. Gary oldman sixty two am i look. I don't know how old was she was a time when he was happening. But it's like i mean look seven years just makes a big difference was like dan. It looks like you'll granddaughter man. It took me while 'cause because he was calling home and talking about the and his daughter he was. Yeah i was thinking it was his daughter. A secretary it took a bit too late. Wait that's his. that's your wife. Yeah oh okay. I was like whoa wait a minute and so i mean like i said that the ages wrong right there and i wouldn't have a problem with it just didn't really really show also just for the moment that they're on is not that big of a difference but the guy that plays orson welles. Tom burke got the voice data voice the voice. He has down and every time he's speaking. I was like damn. This guy is good. He's better than maurice lamarche and when you see him like you got morrison. Well no not when you see him. He looks like a pirate. Something go you. Can't the mortgage company wells. But there was one shot one shot. And i wish i could have got it but i was rushing to get in here. That's one shot where he's talking to to make in the dark and you look in intense and he's well he's about to beat his ass. Yeah i was like shit. That is orson welles right there. they should. I mean even in in the trailer but yeah it was tough me see. Yeah there's there's moments in here where again it goes right down to the light and is right there. I'm like now. I'm looking at like no. No he's still like satan to something no as a matter of fact when he got to that point. I don't need anything that looked like orson welles. But when he's having to yell he he kind of loses he does ability to sound like him too but for a long time he had had it man. I tell you who somebody that. It took me a long time whereas like what. Oh oh no. Before i move on that man let me just say i love it. I love the scene. He was in but let me pull up this picture. Right here. man You boy charles dance. Oh yeah let me know. When i saw that he was playing her. I was like okay. That's perfect oh no it was was movie called Let me see. I had this picture here of charles dance on there. It is looked at that. And i did us taiwan last cold blooded tyler last. You gotta cores l'audace address last well. When he first came on the scene when he was on the horse i didn't i didn't recognize him. I did but But at the time he he you know he he seemed to me. This was secondly. Larry you plan a different person but there are moments where and i only say that because they have a scene where he pulls time lancaster she s like like everywhere the do sits is thrown and he pulls some shit omega man s some lantis but like on the whole story. What just want you boy. He was going hard on somebody dressed like that like normal. Laugh at somebody. But you can't say nothing to me dressed like that not him. He was driving all kinds of knowledge. Hemos somebody that. I was really impressed with in here was a tom. Tom pelfrey this guy his brother his brother. What did we just see him. And i tell you 'cause 'cause i was watching netwo- fist on.

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"netwo" Discussed on Three Wide No Cover

Three Wide No Cover

06:13 min | 5 months ago

"netwo" Discussed on Three Wide No Cover

"On a heavy IIT. Back to the money main, we are dissecting coalfield. We've had the data in through. And who different on a heavy throughout the day, even from rice, one did start on the soft seek, but we think applying a heavy to begin with. We're netwo-. Rice seeks penny. They've gone pretty quick in this rice three quarters of a second inside standard time. No loafing it all twenty, four, seventy, last four hundred loss, two hundred on the average, twelve, seventy four, but it was generally run rice, and the New Zealand invite well, absolutely made a mess of them. There was a few years he that we talk about probably, but Lord boots are on very good effort. You've been running sort of handicaps New Zealand went back to throw your old form where track out twenty six dollars into twelve windsor ice I fair new. Zealand horse, and just that little bit of the better stays in and the nail holes says, and he has the fresh horse in the same being around the block a little bit in the last few weeks. They landed the plump may he got a little mid rice risk which helped me win at heart, came back under we'll process and got a little wrist and then gave a really kicks. Don't show where they got with his horse, but it was a pretty impressive. If was good, I think you'd probably signed conditions I think probably obviously really rebels in the wet tracks. Forget them wearing winter hearing victorious probably can continue just knocking off some winds. You'd think in terms of the market's perspective. Thought of that right dollars idea to four dollars sixty. You're going to get back to that horse. A minute toured and A to. Probably had some residual fitness around third Lord Bridge's wrong. We spoke about twenty six to twelve and grandma flora. The May two dollars fifteen in the morning then got. A bad that to seventy to eighty, but then sort of backing to two dollars fifty really liked these horses, a good guy, grandiflora, and look slightly Mr Keith got a long way back cry together inside, and then obviously just a complete file. Nothing worked there to go into flora and he's going to come of it, but sort of that. I think a few pundits were pretty Kane on this horse, sick and up after that if it law start where it ran behind heavenly, I just looked at that on stuff. We were really happy to take on sort of that. I just don't think he was back. Nieces. Note after the ball. We spoke about these before the as well I just thought. Whole It was. Tracked Down Yeah he was heavily flooded that heavenly full for award wardens to win Pasta they law section was absolutely horrible, compared to the rest of the dialing, it was twelve seven idol something that which was just at the worst of the. These horse has had some issues I think since the W mentioned side. Maybe that's a bit of an excuse he has. That's old form. Now we've just got to deal with these holes as rising at the moment and forget about that good formerly head of this is a three year old and. He's been very disappointing. The disappointing loss to mornings toured in as well. I thought he was a promising holes on the essentially rice and ran. Every can wake now and you just. He's tending to a number an. Authority authority might have a more another live winning, but. Sake being offset. Rice seven was the fate Ya and sort of came down to two real horses in terms of the market perspective. They've gone point one fall, sick and inside stained in Toa, which is okay, twenty, three, nine, hundred, last, four, hundred, twelve, three, zero, last, two hundred kyw, but. It was a heavy track. All nineteen wins now have been on soft or heavy tracks, jungle, edge and boy. Oh, boy, did the pros on this light well actually throughout the day they already knew they knew sort of with us it to rice one or two. and. Where do you WANNA play? We WanNA. Play into his space if you looked at the window. And so the rank, and look at the flocks on these holes, every tall on the rank, just kept trickling Aintree, and while the end of studied Klay Five, and on the whole, she wanted to be on the Unites Conditions. Obviously does a great job keeping these horse up to the mark so that when these conditions do, he's ready to go and. Win Slow enough that he could see the outside the later and give a good kick. Off It was helped by the fact that he was. Being, chased boy Horse Zoo probably. Fan They live when Dinah anymore to give you a Dania this is. Better than? I found the road rights with Jungle Edgy Fonda Wick Trek in the next few weeks. Maybe you'll do it again. Oh, this is the thing we think it's all dependent on the web. Horses for course speak you back. Made is you know there's a major horses straight tracks? You need strike jungle edge. He needs a wet track and if he gets away track, he's just near on able to be honest and if he doesn't, he can be one hundred one. If it's a DROID, burn track. Don't want to be a part of him. Before twenty two dollars fifty six to four on the out, it was a good guy, veered into forty five dollars ten ran well. We just needed a little bit. Different result what I think if it was a track and he's a different result. You, play it in the conditions that you have H. Wake in jungle. Age got the job down rice. Yes, sorry, just a note on these horses the next cutler weeks to bit. Horse is going to start coming back, so they've had their chance now and maybe. They might get out in the next few pledging lean two weeks so I think as well so maybe that's another opportunity, but again it comes down to whether dependence in terms of what these treks retail, so we'll see what happens. As he's he's a model with. It's easy beauty dating that jungle age right site. Looked pretty genuine in this race, he many, but half a second, and so it's stained at Tom so what that tells us is last sort of four hundred and two hundred feet of a worry twenty, four, four to four, hundred, twelve, ninety, six, last, two hundred. and. He got a horse. Probably didn't have the class of a few of these other horses in the market, and I talk of Horses Safar that was first up off seventy days, but what had had was fitness on it, so it was rock-hard feet after a few runs, especially on really heavy tracks. And again bless her, and once again just with sizzle flaw off seventy dies lightened bidding on these change. It was really drifting lights, the prize, looking to take that whole Sony and get back whole as well percentage play. Hard to come into like that, but yeah, as you said the win bliss going very well, there is a whole set of own appointment finance tests on a little bit of Fan. She said two runs back near was on the I G inferior grand on the inside. They all thought she ran okay. She can fall the road race in the next few weeks. I think chase going well. I think he's in for a really good preps I..

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"netwo" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

11:30 min | 7 months ago

"netwo" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"That's a good one it is. It is teacher appreciation week. How about a teacher? That was a profound influence on you and you will not be where you are if not for them. So I you I have to that. I'd like to give a shout out to one of them Mr Martinez they you were always seeing something in me and just treating me as though I was normal even though is never normal and then shutouts misrepresent who really tested me. Like did not like he made me realize. I can do anything that I put my mind to. He did not Mike. Let me sweet talk him. He was very by the book I had to do. Everything like like how I'm supposed to. But he made me realize I can accomplish anything but my shot to him and shot up to Mr Martinez minus out to Miss Stacy wrath band. Who's my English teacher in Ninth Grade? And she was just the best ever. I loved like I feel like he challenged me. She challenged me in like academics. Also just like and also shot up to my mom because she was my p. e. teacher and watching her deal with frigging high schoolers. Who are rude and disrespectful? Valid respect for all teachers and I just really thankful especially right now. I think everyone is super thankful for their teachers So shout out to the teachers. Y'All are heroes? Heroes Excellent. This question comes up. A lot of Tanya does red stars initials match with that Psychic told you once upon a time now not all not even close not even close and so are we drawing any conclusions from that about the liberty of psychics. Let me tell you something. When she told me I was going to be. My husband May twelve nineteen and it's not may apply nineteen but you almost may have met him in November of two thousand nineteen which is pretty good you think would you thrown at Darden aboard you come within six months after wandering the wilderness. For as long as you want. Yeah initials are okay. Yeah no not at all right fair. What has been the best and worst of corn to my best part is that. I don't feel guilt for not doing anything that I normally feel. But the worst part has been not being able to see and hang out with my friends and like travel. I just really miss it but other guest hosting it the I cannot attack is right now. Only he doesn't know what we've been through today. It's GonNa be you know. We finally got a cooking like. I feel like we finally got a link. Roland now What I just missed like doing things with my friends and like travel. It's I cannot wait trust. Who knows when that's going to be possible and China best and worst? We know your worst. I think the issues the constant technical stuff every single day. Yeah I know it sounds silly because like there is far worse going on in the world but when it's like it's all day every day there's something going on and just like it. I think I'm just also easily irritable on but I'd say the best thing that's come out of this is like I practically feel like a majority of the time living with Red Star. It's kind of like escalated our relationship. I think In a good way you know like we're really feeling what it would be like to like. Do Life together or like a weird life together but you know what I mean like. I think I've been able to see that. I don't get annoyed with him for hours on end and we go to sleep at the same time we kinda like to live our lives similarly union. We like we like to work out together. And you know we eat pretty much the same and It's been really nice just to kind of create those memories in kind of speed it up. They feel if this had happened. We would still be dating just like how we were in the beginning. You know like going to dinner here. And they're seeing him once a week and it's just like different That's a good point to teach cheer seventeen happy birthday tomorrow. What a forget that we have had also I just wanted to say thank you all for being patient and being a part of this because we knew that there was the some things here and there that we had to work out the kinks. But y'all really stuck Feed hundred people and it's almost two hours in. That is impressive. I know I don't know how we got the greatest listeners of all time but we truly. I would put y'all up against anybody so true. I literally the fact that you've I sat through that I'm just even me our just having so much it like going on here. Yeah also shoutout to Perky. She gave us the tattoos and the pens and then she was t-shirt zones or dislike rocking each other on our hands. I don't know how many at this off you better believe. I'M GONNA Make Red Star on attached to me you have to choose one. Jonas brothers or grey's anatomy now. I know that's part of the questions. She denies it. Ain't gonNA deny your question. Rejects the premise of equis. Next we're GONNA try to bring in a scrubber here. I don't know how this is gonNA work so everybody strap in got crossed. But in the meantime let me give you a couple more as other working on that. How many kids do you both want? It's so funny 'cause like I used to say for five and now I'm like maybe two. I don't necessarily want to be honest. I know this isn't always the case. I don't necessarily want three because I don't know if I want a middle child I wonder if that stigmas overblown ever netwo- that's an issue and of course you know. Tv has taught us that. But who knows that that's an actual syndrome or not I li- more for better suit. Her ready they're going to you need to kind of get on that dies. Although I do feel like one I started having kids. It'll be like quick if like depending on how many I want. I'M NOT GONNA be any time. Have you addressed this with your current relationship partners? Yes and everyone's in agreeance. Yeah I mean that. We both want children a lot before or five a lot. No I didn't know mine has changed hundred four. Then what's your answer to? I would say to probably good. People can prove to me that the stigma is it real. I'm not opposed to three Red Serono's I want kids. I don't think he knows I walked four. But he's learning a lot if he's watching he's definitely not watching. I can assure you I was like please. Don't watch a lot of the and asked about the first names of your partners. Obviously and and you know that's up to you guys. Do you think like if you were to get engaged. Would you reveal your partner at that point? I mean yeah I would hope so. It's such an exciting time to WANNA share people. I think the more Time goes by. It's going to be more comfortable but then at the same time like I get messages. That are so curious in almost like in basis of personal life. Better feel like a little. I go back and forth. Sometimes I'm like I'm comfortable like might as well just share it and then part of me is like so nice like bad. It's contained. Get you got the bachelor celebrity. Like People magazine US wake. You would be all over that and then all of a sudden it's everywhere. It's been a long time. Since my bachelor days you would make news for fellow. Tanya you might reveal yours prior to engagement ya I can't wait. I can't wait to reveal mine. I'd wait hurdles to clear before we can do that. Yeah and the thing that's interesting. What's interesting to me is to see like what why people think I'm like. Why are you hiding him? That's so mean like this. He hated them. It's actually quite the opposite And it's I think it's good for now because I think it's just like You know he's not in this world and so it's I think it's like a lot at one secure key. Here's me talking about him on the radio and like that was the weird adjustment for him to get used to. You know what I mean. So it's like one thing at a time I'm just like you know and I brought him to an event before and so just like slowly easing men but But yeah I'm really proud to be dating him and I'm real excited to not to share his name but like sure photo and his image and then speaking of showing his name. I just caught a glimpse of China's a win by. Will you take his name one day? If you were to get married to this person would you take No interesting very nicely. I might do like Tanya rat link or Ronnie Soviet each each new by the way I mean I have a terrible last name too so I'm not you know making fun I I'm living it so you put your middle name. Yeah I wanna I'm still me like WANNA be myself but I do want to acknowledge the fact that I'm going to be sharing my life with somebody and like sharing so it is important to get his name in there but I don't WanNa lose myself either yourself your rent.

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"netwo" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

09:57 min | 11 months ago

"netwo" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"Paul George will not play on Tuesday in the clippers game against the cavs and he might return Wednesday when they host the magic. He's been dealing with his hamstring issue. And so that you'll miss at least three straight games. We don't know about the fourth in Miami Erik. Spoelstra said that justice winslow. WHO's been dealing with this lower back issue? He will miss their games over over the weekend. But also now we got the reporting from IRA wonderman. That winslow has returned to Miami. And we'll see a specialist next week. That is definitely concerned yet is because he tried to wrap up he went with was actually from before the weekend that he's going to try and play against the nets and the Knicks and it seemed like he's ramping up his activity might even play and now now that he's returning to see the specialist that's a that's a problem New Orleans. Lot of walking wounded there We'll talk about their game against Detroit. Briefly Derrick favors out that strain strain hamstring. We talked about that yesterday. Judy rettig also missed against Detroit with the a hamstring issue Brandon Ingram with a sore knee. But the big news is that it seems like it's trending towards I and debut on Thursday at home against the jets. That'd be exciting. It would be an the PELICANS play back to back national. TV Games after that they play. I believe it's the clippers on Saturday and they play on. I think that's against Memphis Jarvis Zion on Martin Luther King Day. Both of all baby. That'll be a fun one. Maybe we should cast a little of that if uh-huh doing that depending on how the because we are we are casting that day right. We've got the Lakers Celtics. Oh Baby Yeah that'll be fun Wonderful Alaska Oh. Yeah no the very under it. I like how the gains were all spaced out during the day to Ivan Rab has been weighed from a to a spot. Only mentioned I don't usually talk about delays but This guy who's flashed me a little bit. Kenny wooten stay. His athleticism is really really impressive. They're supposedly interest from other teams. They nick site into a two way for Portland Roland checking on so there. Injuries that Collins untracked to return in March from that shoulder surgery and he could give them a big boost for a big interior bruiser type. A guy shot blocker rebounder. You don't expect him to be back to his best level but even just getting like competent backup center minutes out of him could be helpful and if you can be back around the same time that'd be helpful scale. He's going to miss at least four weeks to be reevaluated. Them with left knee articulate cartilage lesion admired. Sonia doesn't really no matter that much but he's been in and out of the lineup with a lower back issues didn't play in their three point. Victory over the Hornets. I can't even fight you on that In Sacramento Marvin even Bagley returned he. He played significant minutes in their close. Lost the Orlando Magic. We'll talk about the game a little bit but rashawn homes is dealing with a shoulder. Issue suffered in their game against hence the warriors and he's going to miss two to three weeks and they're still without Bohdan. Donna Vich who is dealing with a right ankle issue and we don't know a timeline yet. But it doesn't seem like it's GonNa be yeah he's practicing Yep. Washington forgets tweeted this out of John Wall playing a little four on four so good to see that he is these kind of making his way back there and if it were a different situation you would think that he probably could play this year. We're coming up on out the year anniversary of when he suffered that Achilles tear following the surgery that he had on his heel garrison matthews who had been a nice story at a twenty five point game and then all of a sudden sprained his ankle pretty badly. He's going to miss several weeks lot of ankle. sprains for the Komo faulkners been out with an ankle sprain as well and finally I neglected to mention this but I found out yesterday. That Georgia kneeing. Who's playing wally in the Utah Tire rotation a Utah team that has won? Fourteen fifteen His self bestowed nickname is the minivan which I thought was just absolutely excellent like I want even use minivan to describe kind of that player type of just you know slow. Not that cut can't really jump but yet does the job better than flash this year. SUV's might get better gas. Mileage has more room. You've got the sliding door to put to put the kids in. It's more practical. You you end up really needing it in the end not at the most athletic vehicle but I love. I think it's a perfect description and I he. Apparently I don't think he meant to give himself that nickname but he said in an interview last year that after a barely dunk that Donovan rituals of Ferrari and he's more of a minivan and apparently it stuck among his teammates saw The minivan it is For George Jiang but I think that's something that could be extended to all of those kind of a little less athletic guys who still bill managed to get the job done in the end all right. Let's get our job done here. What game you talk about? I L let's start with sixers Pacers. This was the one that I had circled. Beforehand forehand because Malcolm Brogdon made his return and it ended up being a kind of a weird game for a couple of different reasons primarily. Because the seventy sixers we did the NBA Geico for that game against the Celtics. Where will be didn't play? But they made every jump shot in the world and so they looked like world beaters well for most of the game other than Richardson at the very end. They couldn't hit a jump shot to save their lives. They were six of thirty three on three pointers and no six or made more than one which was pretty striking and some of that. I thought the Pacers did have some nice defensive this possession but some of it was just missing shots but for me. Interestingly even though it was in a losing effort my big takeaway other than Brogden looking better physically than I expected for guy coming off a back. Cashew was the first half. The Ben Simmons Plate was fast. Yeah and now. Part of that was pretty miserable. Defense by the Pacers but with Al Horford Out in the perimeter miles turner really was struggling to get over and help he had multiple plays where he just went right down the lane. For Pre much uncontested layup or DUNK I. I also thought that he did a really nice job. Actually making some moves off the dribble. The Pacers were kind of pressuring up on him a little bit and he was able to blow by some of these smaller defenders through a bunch of beautiful passes but the sixers couldn't hit a three to save their lives. They finished six out of thirty three from downtown in this game. His assist totals weren't necessarily that high but I just it was as dynamic as I seen him be with the ball in his hands at eight nine at the rim. He was able to attack going to his left. Hand for for some floaters at a nice finishes remember when he was rookie. Those part of the thought of like always not even left handed because he couldn't really go left and finish left and they actually had some nice intricate finishes is there so And then defensively. He made some unbelievable rotations. There's one play where myles Turner was trying to dump it into SA- Bonus on a high low simmons's guarding starting a shooter in the corner gets all the way over there to take away the high low then. Turner turns around in throats it to the shooter in the corner just materializes there and run them off the line news just really awesome work but unfortunately couldn't sustain it in the second half in part due to a little bit more cogent pays for sure and we also saw a lot out of the holiday brothers. Both came off the bench. Aaron holiday was an was an important part of the run that ended up giving the pacers the the lead in the win and I thought thought having you know Jeremy Lamb started but only twenty three minutes and I don't think he's that would to me. He wasn't like the huge cooperative one. Oh negative eleven in twenty three minutes but having another Baltimore on the four especially given Philadelphia size. I thought that was really useful to remember. That's part of the theory of this team is that they will have another ball or next. Tobacco broadens just that victory with depots not ready the So I thought that that worked out just in holiday. Four of six from three fourteen points in twenty minutes. I thought that he had some some nice moments and it also for the Pacers. It's A good win for them. It's a of course you knock off at capable team. Even if without Joel embiid an you know I think maybe bill and still trying to figure out this. Rotation we saw teaching McConnell play fourteen minutes minutes against his former team. And I think he he didn't move the needle that much for me. But I think I liked that Macmillan still trying to figure all this out yeah he had a nice run in their their comeback where he hit it impossible fade away on the baseline and then went and got a steel in transition and trip does us going in in transition. Shinbun tapped a a nice pass over to Justin holiday for a dunk. That got the crowd fired up It was funny to. He was miked up and he had one play. Hey where he just double dribble. Because he's dribbling. You kept saying sorry. I'm over drew. They had a clip of him saying five different people. Sorry dribbling over dribbling and I thought like okay. Maybe but it's kind of what he has to do because he can't do anything off the ball right. That's his game as he just kind of dribbles. Iran tries to find a pass tries to get the defense to commit maybe goes for amid ranger and I I thought it was funny. When he had a really nice stretch they had whole netwo- Netto and Norville pell trying to guard the pick and roll and I was like to get Josh? Richardson the four. They put him on holiday. I'm like they're not gonNA run. Pick and roll. How they're going to run it with McConnell because if you put Macau Office Paul His guy can just help so they probably to meet you to put Josh Richardson? On McConnell now again was a key stretch right at the start of the fourth as the Pacers one hundred nine hundred run and in the third and then actually taking e through eighty lead before it was really back and forth down the stretch and what has been a somewhat common reframe. We talked about this in yesterday's fifteen and sixty about Michael Porter. Jr. Mitzi Stibal has had a lot of good games this season and he he sees shown some impressive impressive moments but this especially there was one brutal stretch where this was not his best performance and so a lot of times we we like to focus on the positive because the positive is this is great and it's exciting for young players. Thighbone defensive chops are fascinating but he had some just mistakes on both ends of the ball in rapid succession. Yeah I thought he had had some moments early as one of the only guys who three ball look good. He added other like pretty difficult three that he hit whereas feet weren't even sat in the corner just jacked up a at looked really good but yeah I I mean this is really a low light real for him down the end where I he got beaten as an you. Think as as a guy who played zone at Washington. You'd be better here. The five second cat is about to run run out on a base on out of bounds with they played two three zone and miles..

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"netwo" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

09:23 min | 11 months ago

"netwo" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"Paul George will not play on Tuesday in the clippers game against the cavs and he might return Wednesday when they host the magic. He's been dealing with his hamstring issue. And so that you'll miss at least three straight games. We don't know about the fourth in Miami Erik. Spoelstra said that justice winslow. WHO's been dealing with this lower back issue? He will miss their games over over the weekend. But also now we got the reporting from IRA wonderman. That winslow has returned to Miami. And we'll see a specialist next week. That is definitely concerned yet is because he tried to wrap up he went with was actually from before the weekend that he's going to try and play against the nets and the Knicks and it seemed like he's ramping up his activity might even play and now now that he's returning to see the specialist that's a that's a problem New Orleans. Lot of walking wounded there We'll talk about their game against Detroit. Briefly Derrick favors out that strain strain hamstring. We talked about that yesterday. Judy rettig also missed against Detroit with the a hamstring issue Brandon Ingram with a sore knee. But the big news is that it seems like it's trending towards I and debut on Thursday at home against the jets. That'd be exciting. It would be an the PELICANS play back to back national. TV Games after that they play. I believe it's the clippers on Saturday and they play on. I think that's against Memphis Jarvis Zion on Martin Luther King Day. Both of all baby. That'll be a fun one. Maybe we should cast a little of that if uh-huh doing that depending on how the because we are we are casting that day right. We've got the Lakers Celtics. Oh Baby Yeah that'll be fun Wonderful Alaska Oh. Yeah no the very under it. I like how the gains were all spaced out during the day to Ivan Rab has been weighed from a to a spot. Only mentioned I don't usually talk about delays but This guy who's flashed me a little bit. Kenny wooten stay. His athleticism is really really impressive. They're supposedly interest from other teams. They nick site into a two way for Portland Roland checking on so there. Injuries that Collins untracked to return in March from that shoulder surgery and he could give them a big boost for a big interior bruiser type. A guy shot blocker rebounder. You don't expect him to be back to his best level but even just getting like competent backup center minutes out of him could be helpful and if you can be back around the same time that'd be helpful scale. He's going to miss at least four weeks to be reevaluated. Them with left knee articulate cartilage lesion admired. Sonia doesn't really no matter that much but he's been in and out of the lineup with a lower back issues didn't play in their three point. Victory over the Hornets. I can't even fight you on that In Sacramento Marvin even Bagley returned he. He played significant minutes in their close. Lost the Orlando Magic. We'll talk about the game a little bit but rashawn homes is dealing with a shoulder. Issue suffered in their game against hence the warriors and he's going to miss two to three weeks and they're still without Bohdan. Donna Vich who is dealing with a right ankle issue and we don't know a timeline yet. But it doesn't seem like it's GonNa be yeah he's practicing Yep. Washington forgets tweeted this out of John Wall playing a little four on four so good to see that he is these kind of making his way back there and if it were a different situation you would think that he probably could play this year. We're coming up on out the year anniversary of when he suffered that Achilles tear following the surgery that he had on his heel garrison matthews who had been a nice story at a twenty five point game and then all of a sudden sprained his ankle pretty badly. He's going to miss several weeks lot of ankle. sprains for the Komo faulkners been out with an ankle sprain as well and finally I neglected to mention this but I found out yesterday. That Georgia kneeing. Who's playing wally in the Utah Tire rotation a Utah team that has won? Fourteen fifteen His self bestowed nickname is the minivan which I thought was just absolutely excellent like I want even use minivan to describe kind of that player type of just you know slow. Not that cut can't really jump but yet does the job better than flash this year. SUV's might get better gas. Mileage has more room. You've got the sliding door to put to put the kids in. It's more practical. You you end up really needing it in the end not at the most athletic vehicle but I love. I think it's a perfect description and I he. Apparently I don't think he meant to give himself that nickname but he said in an interview last year that after a barely dunk that Donovan rituals of Ferrari and he's more of a minivan and apparently it stuck among his teammates saw The minivan it is For George Jiang but I think that's something that could be extended to all of those kind of a little less athletic guys who still bill managed to get the job done in the end all right. Let's get our job done here. What game you talk about? I L let's start with sixers Pacers. This was the one that I had circled. Beforehand forehand because Malcolm Brogdon made his return and it ended up being a kind of a weird game for a couple of different reasons primarily. Because the seventy sixers we did the NBA Geico for that game against the Celtics. Where will be didn't play? But they made every jump shot in the world and so they looked like world beaters well for most of the game other than Richardson at the very end. They couldn't hit a jump shot to save their lives. They were six of thirty three on three pointers and no six or made more than one which was pretty striking and some of that. I thought the Pacers did have some nice defensive this possession but some of it was just missing shots but for me. Interestingly even though it was in a losing effort my big takeaway other than Brogden looking better physically than I expected for guy coming off a back. Cashew was the first half. The Ben Simmons Plate was fast. Yeah and now. Part of that was pretty miserable. Defense by the Pacers but with Al Horford Out in the perimeter miles turner really was struggling to get over and help he had multiple plays where he just went right down the lane. For Pre much uncontested layup or DUNK I. I also thought that he did a really nice job. Actually making some moves off the dribble. The Pacers were kind of pressuring up on him a little bit and he was able to blow by some of these smaller defenders through a bunch of beautiful passes but the sixers couldn't hit a three to save their lives. They finished six out of thirty three from downtown in this game. His assist totals weren't necessarily that high but I just it was as dynamic as I seen him be with the ball in his hands at eight nine at the rim. He was able to attack going to his left. Hand for for some floaters at a nice finishes remember when he was rookie. Those part of the thought of like always not even left handed because he couldn't really go left and finish left and they actually had some nice intricate finishes is there so And then defensively. He made some unbelievable rotations. There's one play where myles Turner was trying to dump it into SA- Bonus on a high low simmons's guarding starting a shooter in the corner gets all the way over there to take away the high low then. Turner turns around in throats it to the shooter in the corner just materializes there and run them off the line news just really awesome work but unfortunately couldn't sustain it in the second half in part due to a little bit more cogent pays for sure and we also saw a lot out of the holiday brothers. Both came off the bench. Aaron holiday was an was an important part of the run that ended up giving the pacers the the lead in the win and I thought thought having you know Jeremy Lamb started but only twenty three minutes and I don't think he's that would to me. He wasn't like the huge cooperative one. Oh negative eleven in twenty three minutes but having another Baltimore on the four especially given Philadelphia size. I thought that was really useful to remember. That's part of the theory of this team is that they will have another ball or next. Tobacco broadens just that victory with depots not ready the So I thought that that worked out just in holiday. Four of six from three fourteen points in twenty minutes. I thought that he had some some nice moments and it also for the Pacers. It's A good win for them. It's a of course you knock off at capable team. Even if without Joel embiid an you know I think maybe bill and still trying to figure out this. Rotation we saw teaching McConnell play fourteen minutes minutes against his former team. And I think he he didn't move the needle that much for me. But I think I liked that Macmillan still trying to figure all this out yeah he had a nice run in their their comeback where he hit it impossible fade away on the baseline and then went and got a steel in transition and trip does us going in in transition. Shinbun tapped a a nice pass over to Justin holiday for a dunk. That got the crowd fired up It was funny to. He was miked up and he had one play. Hey where he just double dribble. Because he's dribbling. You kept saying sorry. I'm over drew. They had a clip of him saying five different people. Sorry dribbling over dribbling and I thought like okay. Maybe but it's kind of what he has to do because he can't do anything off the ball right. That's his game as he just kind of dribbles. Iran tries to find a pass tries to get the defense to commit maybe goes for amid ranger and I I thought it was funny. When he had a really nice stretch they had whole netwo- Netto and Norville pell trying to guard the pick and roll and I was like to get Josh? Richardson the four. They put him on holiday. I'm like they're not gonNA run. Pick and roll. How they're going to run it with McConnell because if you put Macau Office Paul His guy can just help so they probably to meet you to put Josh Richardson? On McConnell now again was a key stretch right at the start of the fourth as the Pacers one hundred nine hundred run and in the third and then actually taking e through eighty lead before it was really back and forth down the stretch and what has been a somewhat common reframe. We talked about this in yesterday's fifteen and sixty about Michael Porter. Jr. Mitzi Stibal has had a lot of good games this season and he he sees shown some impressive impressive moments but this especially there was one brutal stretch where this was not his best performance and so a lot of times we we like to focus on the positive because the positive is this is great and it's exciting for young players..

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"netwo" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"netwo" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The inaugural ball and ready. Well what elegance turn around. Let me see that training action. That is really gorgeous. What do you call the trimming on that gown? That's Pale brocade with gold embroidery embroidery. And you'll notice contrary to the style of the moment. I'm wearing address with a high nick and Elbow Lane Sleeves. And what is the style of the moment ask your arms is supposed to be bare. Your neck line's supposed to be cut down to them but I could never wear. It makes me too nervous for you. Couldn't possibly look more beautiful. There's something I'd like to say to you. Don't squirming for riding in the rain. The people expected haven't forgotten all about that. No what would I want to say is if much more importance it. It seems to me that ever since it became known that you'd won the election. Our lives become almost a circus in what way that everyone's come to see everyone in the whole wide country. I think and I'm sure those that haven't come planned to come to go with the office. Well I feel that the president and his family are entitled to a certain amount of privacy. Not Much I grant you. But some and if there isn't a privacy to founded the White House I propose to find it and preserve it. We must find time when we can't be alone the president. But you're also my husband and a father Then the grandfather I am tend to do my best to be a success in all of those capacities my damn align. No you will and I'm more proud of your than ever be able to tell you the fact that you beside me is one of the things that gives me hope that I can fill this mighty office. I need need your faith and your help. You'll have them as long as I'm here to give them to you. Bless you bless you well let me have your arm. Let's go tonight to our inaugural tomorrow to the White House A novice president there one of two things. I'd like to go with you while we have a moment. First first of all sir where receiving over a thousand pieces of mail a day and it's going to be almost impossible to answered all in longhand thousands breezes. Yes I can certainly see that it would be impossible. Now there's a new invention known as the typewriter what the type writer it. It's a kind of printing machine on which we can type ride your the answer much quicker than writing them by hand and then all you'd have to do is sign. The letters like very much diseases machine. I have one in the next office. If you care to see it now I would. Indeed I believe in progress and modern methods. If this machine will save time and make your work easier Robert by all means. Let's have it here it is it. Is it difficult to operate. I'll show you that's amazing. That's really really quite amazing. You can operate it to yourself sir. If you'd care to I want more. Typewriters brought it to the White White House immediately I suppose I'll be criticized for not insisting that everything be written by hand but I can stand criticism progresses of their by miraculously regular age. We're living in Robert. Think of it. A typewriter kind of an infertile contrivances. That oh hello some. It's the new typewriter. I'm having several of them installed in the White House. I don't like them. Jim Cracks. That's what they are gimcrack. They vote last they will whole country will be laughing at you for putting them in the past vast well. I don't object to giving the country a good laugh. We can always stand one came into my office. It's good to see you again and and did good to see you here in the White House Mr President thank you you know. I STILL CAN'T BELIEVE WE'RE HERE MR president. I know you're very a busy and even though I'm sure you'll always have a moment for good party members like myself. I love only take a few minutes of your time. I have here a list of names names of gentlemen from Pennsylvania to whom I have promised appointments. You have promised appointment. They are all good party members who work long and faithful Veith Olympia election. Well I would like to have some specific information about these been sent. All that won't be necessary. I stand behind the ball. Well now Senator I. I appreciate that but on the other hand since these appointments ought to be mine I would have to know something myself about the man. I know the Senate will confirm these appointments. Mr President I will. We'll see that myself before any names admitted to the Senate. I insist on knowing about the candidates for the offices. I have a responsibility to the people and I don't intend intend to forget it. You have a responsibility to the people who put chill in office. My responsibility extends to all the people whether they helped put me in office or not. If I'm an should prove to be incapable of performing his job I'm the one to whom people will look for an explanation not to the Senate and not to you Mr Senator. I'm not going to be very popular in the party or the Netwo- like that. Mr President Mr Senator. Let me make something very clear right now at the outfit I take this office very seriously. I take my responsibility to the office very seriously. Edward Arnold is Mr President December December eleventh nineteen forty nine. The news from seventy years ago when Classic Radio Theatre.

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"netwo" Discussed on Talk Filmy to Me

Talk Filmy to Me

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"netwo" Discussed on Talk Filmy to Me

"And there's also you know how they do this orchestral cinematic score of modern song or something, they've done this kind of horror montage of dream, a little dream of me, which is like a, you know, a nineteen boys yet dream a little dream for me. Now. It's not very clear, but it was. It's, it's really great. It works really nicely. I'm loving this whole thing of, like modern horror movies, taking Choon and just making the most fucked up version possible like us done. We've got five on it and I live. This is well, what songs would you like to see absolutely twisted in a weird fucked up way film? I guess the cartoons may be a good one. Who, who are ting Tang? Someone slow dot right down made a beautiful thing. I mean if you did it to the extent you could barely notice it, but they found out. It was that, I mean, not it'd be quite genius when, oh, chef just give it away my best ever idea. You have Johnny pate too early there, pal. Maybe you know something's which you don't realize sound, Saif, fucking CD, and disgusting and till like that out of the nineties, and you modern life. You remember five on that song by when the lights, go out? Oh, yeah. Yeah. It's essentially just sign when the lights, go out. I'm gonna assault. You can imagine. Thinking twisted into subway? Yeah. We'd horror over the what's the gun and get freaky with you that I had let me lick you up and down. I mean well time consuming. Have you seen on hygiene? Have you seen surviving all Kelly? I have not by I've seen when he freaked out in interview. I don't want to spoil it for anyone who hasn't seen it. But basically, hey, pretty much upright it in the light of day he literally wrote the song cooed age, ain't, nothing but a number and got like a child to sing the song, and by Suhy by t just paraded in front of a no one noticed, this is absolutely. I'm real anyway, before this becomes a podcast about ninety s sex offenders, let's talk about films, Quentin, Tarantino, we like him, that being said he has got some questionable most of that. So I a film potentially, but let's just leave that, that, that acquitting tarintino has been talking about. He's potential project, right? Star Trek movie, obviously, he's got once the time in Hollywood still in the can at the moment, and that's going to be doing around very soon, which, by the way, I don't know, Twitter post, that on our county of damage on asking people's top free, Tarantino movies, and Loza people responded. So I can't go through older names because there's a truckload of you. But find Q everyone that actually gave an opinion shots some stuff on this. What's your top free Tarantino movies? I'll keep hitting you right. Curb boost. Yeah. I'd say Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction indefinitely in it talked to although I, I can never decide which ones top. And inglorious bastards, I think I'd have to put in netwo-, but it's a really tough on because kill Bill. The first one was kind of, like, when that I come out as I nothing else you've ever seen isn't it? But yeah I'm going with ice free. Nice. I went with inglorious bastards pope fish and kill Bill. But the amount of variety that was in the responses and some people given legitimate reasons like why these films were were amazing. And it's just like you know, I'd love to do a feature where we like, just basically battle over what our favor Tarantino movies. All I'm actually trying to do a definitive ranking of possible, but what was the most commonly featured film? Help fiction, probably, yeah. Yeah. Of course, surprisingly, John gone Chind did featuring a loss of people's. Let's I'll be honest struggled to, to defined spice for it just because the other films, just pip. It's the post. But I think Leonardo Di Caprio in Django unchained is such a memorable performance. But the may inglorious bastards with Christopher Busse the, the bad Garnett like something si- creepy about that, man. Yeah..

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"netwo" Discussed on Connected

Connected

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"netwo" Discussed on Connected

"Yes. Yeah. Okay. I mean that's perfectly fine. There's no proof for this, but we can do that. So I'm going to say that we have to we have two rounds of non graded, I'm gonna say that apple will do some new stuff of animal to make it a little bit more like Bickmore bit Mogi, which is the family, you know, that you will have a set of stickers that are in your memo face all year. Like I mean, more emergent, an animal an emoji could could could slide in netwo-. But so, you know, for ins- instead of you have. To make a surprise face into the face. I d camera. I for you. And you can take one of those stick messages and apply it into a compensation. I know I would use my memo g more if I didn't have to make faces every time I wanted to someone to my friends, it's awkward to do in public. Right. I think that the excitement of the demo of following your face has worn away now. Like it's not as it's not needed as much now as like a selling thing. Now, it's just like what you have to have one of these devices to be able to make them emoji. And then you just get the stickers, and you can also record video make your own facial expressions. If you want to, but we're going to give you a set of like twenty five different facial expressions. My first non graded pick. Is that mailed out? Apple get modern features like snoozing Scott to happen. I feel like yeah. Every year I feel like this both of mine inaugurated picks. I just use these every year until they come true. Yeah, this makes a lot of sense, also. All right. I was gonna say there will be changes to the drawing and sketching interfaced use for markup notes, which the. That one in the bag I this one. I'm going to add just for fun sees. Maybe it'll even be API. So I think apple should now I would like that would open up the drawing and sketching API that they're using for markup and notes and make it available to all developers. So that developers do not have to write the whole thing from scratch, especially because during and sketching notes is awesome. It supports one hundred and twenty Hertz, refresh rates. It's looks great. I mean, the ink quality is terrific, awards, amazingly well, with the apple pencil, this should be an API. So the developers don't have to make their own and waste time doing so should be API. I'm going to go of external storage support on IRS just so the next time they release an ipad, people don't talk about it. I o s or just the ipad pro twenty eight hundred I'm going, I'm just going to go broad and say, I s okay it's probably just going to be on the USB pros. But I'm just going to say because it. Perfect. Because I, I also imagine if you had like a non US PC, I pep, and you use the camera connection kit will probably look, but, like I don't know that's going to be the case. That's not included in my numb grated pick, which I feel like we're now having to be a lot more careful with non graded picks. Now there's actual money. It's thing. Now that they're actually graded stakes higher. Really? 'cause we got money at stake. We don't usually have money with the other round. It's just trophies. I remember we want Stephen to lose for two reasons. One is my enemy until he doesn't drink. So it's even more fun. Oh, interesting. Okay. Still buy things out of our. He could get your most expensive non alcoholic cocktail that exists, the most expensive coke that you can find maybe you, maybe you could buy the Warren Buffett coke. If you like it imported from China, Correo, China, China, China. Somebody knows. My Nygard pick is I cloud family photo sharing. The, the, the Wimpy little shared voter..

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"netwo" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"netwo" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Eight hundred people we have an eight she has to get up. Jesse sit down thirty seven thousand eight hundred nine forty five hundred sixteen twenty so down just took his head through dense at coming when she knows what she's doing. Now, that's awful. But he was tired. I was fed up with her. Yeah. He did. Yeah. For instance. It's a very end. He said what he sent his men over to see her, man, whatever to see could she please. Where lower heels she said tell him. No. He's got building over me. Let him we're lower heels. So you work with so many pornographers great cartographers Nick castle. Jack Cole and the people who are legends in the world of popular dance. And. Were they all taskmasters? Well, I must say that Nicasio was not taskmaster he'd say, how do you feel big? I feel so good. I can't stays at quick make up a step. Mr. Cole cope Chaco. I love Jack Kojak love me. We left each other very much. He was marvelous man, what was your experience with, gene? Kelly O Mussa. I love gene Q is also vertigo. Life phone, call les girls. Yes. And. Directed by George kuker and like him like me, no. Yes. So car sugar. No, he's he was not a nice man to me. And he didn't like me. And you know, I didn't like me I was chosen before he was to picture. Which is not a good thing. You came with the package. He didn't choose you. That's right. That's right. That's right. Yeah. And we were supposed to have Gina Lollobrigida and she didn't show up. So they use Tanna L, and he used to get at ninety now China stopped this tannin would say budwood wet. Couldn't slap many couldn't slap her couldn't slap. What's her name? Damnit Kay KENDALL. K who is divine. Did you ever see lake girls? Isn't she marvelous? God. She's so good. You're all good in that film. Tiny is very very good in that. And then he'd say now, China, but stop it just stop doing whatever you're doing. And she say, but sir. I'm just standing here. And he'd get mad at me. But he couldn't hit me because I was chosen for it was. Isn't that awful? It's pretty good patriot. I think don't you do it's very enjoyable. He was gene Kelly's last picture starring movie at MGM. Yes. And nobody knew it, and he was just such a Gente, so lovely so refined. So great God. What a good man, you must have been incredible to know that you passed muster with. I mean, he already been with her for Lynn and Cole porter. And that's no nothing to sneeze at but you had to pass muster with Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein the second to star in the long-awaited movie version of South Pacific. Did you feel pressure? Did you feel intimidated at all and is doing? I was doing the jokers while Frank Sinatra at the time. And Jack, and I took up little vacation was our anniversary went to New York. And. I man by the name of John Fernley. Called and said, how are you Jack? Jason, I'm great. How are you? Well said. I would like you very much to go and see a Richard Rodgers. We went to see. Josh logan. And he lived in this kind of apartment has with this and the doors open, and you're in his his foyer not it's not a hotel. So by the doors open stand he said, he said Mitzi, and I said, yes, sir. And he said Nelly Nelly. Forbes is like one of the Plum roles that is the plumber. Oh, yeah. It really is because she has to carry the whole damn picture. So we got like one o'clock netwo- left at four thirty. Which is a long time. You know, that's a three and out that's over three hours and just talking and singing and dancing and carrying on. And he said, no before you go you have to sing. You have to go see dick garage. Yeah. So I got there on time naturally. And. I took off my coat put it down on a chair, and he came in. He had a cold in his nose is running. Is it? How are you miss gainer said, sir? I'm wonderful. I so happy to meet you..

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"netwo" Discussed on TechFan

TechFan

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"netwo" Discussed on TechFan

"Other Star Trek shows Myo six good to think about Alaska and Babylon five and kind of similar and Stargate to be honest for similar things, you know, that's a big sci-fi show. And to me, that's the one that that condescends out for me is my favorite. And so those other shows I mentioned I loved as well. But I didn't think it was worth while putting more of them in the list, firefly's, definitely all netwo-. So my second one is. Is a show called horizon. Now, you may not be as aware of this because this is one of the. Yeah. This horizon is basically it's a it's a it's a bit like Nova on PBS. I know horizon is sure. So it's the BBC scientific documentary strategy going for about forty years. Yeah. And the thing is about horizon is that the BBC does a lot of really going science documentaries. But you can guarantee with the horizon ones, it will always be interesting. And even if even if it's old life, you is older. You will you think you might say knit before? They're always worth another watch. They always they take off them which very complicated subjects, and they kind of boil them down. It's something that is understandable relatable and over. Now, our will really kind of open your mind up to some of the big things in science they cause Mullah g astrophysics biology nuclear physics all of this stuff. And they they the horizon also often talks about the real world implications of of these things as well. And it's done in a slightly less. It is. Yes, a slightly more Kanda level pace the Nova which sometimes can be over dramatic. Yes. And I watch horizons all the on the I play now you can get loads and loads them. I just watch anytime. I can't think of something to watch. I will watch science documentary on on the BBC. I plas. Yeah. Cool. Yeah. The third one now. And I you again, I don't know the familiar with this because it only existed for six episodes, but this was a mind blower, and it came out nineteen Ninety-Eight is called all tra- violet. It was on channel four here in the UK is a British series as one of these ones as written by one guy, and basically this was a multi on van play hunting. And it was absolutely phenomenal. It was so good. It basically said this. This guy's a police sergeant and his best friend disappears before his wedding. And he thinks he's been murdered. And he starts investigating it..

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"netwo" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"netwo" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Now for sports. Here's Kevin Jackson with three apps and players are practice. Find out who and why in a moment. First, let's go to the Blackhawks raise out to a three zero lead. And then have to hold on is the stars whittled away to make it a three two game for the hawks words late to win five the two in Dallas, Alex debrincat and aircrew stops in with goals in the opening period. Patrick Kane with the third in the second period and make it a three O score. Then the stars netwo- straight against Cam ward. But canes scores and other before Brennan per Leany finishes off the scoring both empty netters and the hawks have claimed to straight wins. And now they're in Colorado tonight as for the balls while they've received even more bad news. Bobby Portis goes back on the shelf. This time for two to four weeks with a sprained ankle the balls off yesterday to get Orlando at home tonight back to Halas hall where the bears are ten and foreign plane an elevated seed in the NFC currently sitting third behind the saints and Rams, but the journey here. Started with the hiring of Matt Nagy in subsequent quest to transform the bears as WBZ's Jeff Johnny act explains for weeks. Matt Nagy patiently collected the facts before. Identifying who the twenty eighteen bears were what the identity of this team is he knows now an elite defense with growing resilient offense on a roster full of selfless hungry players, the hunger is what drives this team and will in Santa Clara Sunday, this is wide receiver. Allen robinson. Complaisant or anything like that? You know, like I said before we've we've only accomplish one of the few accomplishments that we want to accomplish this year, you know. So again, that's the first step in my milestones. That we wanna get to know. I think everybody, you know, we have a young team, but we have a very very hungry to one determinant committed to turning the direction of the franchise for years to come covering the bears at Hadassah, Jeff, Johnny yak, NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM ads for the injury report. Akiem Hicks missing practice with an illness said he Jackson and Aaron Lynch remain out with their injuries sustained in the win over Green Bay. But the bears meet the forty Niners Sunday game at twelve kickoff at three on WBZ PM elsewhere around the NFL Josh Gordon's career put on an indefinite. Pause after another drug violation appeared in eleven games for the patriots this season to baseball and Daniel Murphy size a two year deal. The former cub gets twenty four millions from the Colorado Rockies and he'll play primarily at first base on your home for the bears. Kevin Jackman NewsRadio seven hundred five point nine FM. That bears. T-shirt.

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"netwo" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

10:17 min | 2 years ago

"netwo" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"The ball have not worked out. So to me. The jury is my jury is absolutely still out on Sean McDermott. This is a critical off-season the expectations. We didn't bring this up on the air yet. But you were talking about are they going to be good next year. My expectations are that the offense will take it should supposed to take a big step next year. And they should be good next year. They're supposed to be good next year. This kind of gets to accomplish now waiting till twenty evaluate Sean McDermott and Brandon being it gets conversation about everybody knows how sports work you you like somebody. And then things go poorly. You think they're not good enough. How many of the the actors the pieces on either team? Are you one hundred percent convinced? That's fine. Good enough. Not just coaching players. Right. Like is Josh Allen the answer. I don't know. Don't know is as Jones a good number two. Like, I don't know. No. I I like day in the top three. I wouldn't say that. He's a good number two. He certainly not a number one the bills locks that you're happy with nobody on offense. Trae white. Yeah. Poyser hide. Yeah. Most of the guys on defense most of them. Yeah. I mean in the defensive line, I'm at. Not long for this team Hughes is like I mean, the guys that you don't have the least bit of boy, I wonder if I could do better that spot. It's trae white and the safeties are fine. I don't we don't think about them that much on offense. You're right. There's no there's no one McCoy would have been that. And that has disappeared. And we went into the season thinking the undockings, and he has not played. Well, maybe part of it is why Taylor playing next to him. Now. I don't know. There's nobody on offense. I guess would be the only one I think is a locked to be on the roster. And and a key part of the receiving core next year. That's it ivory Murphy McCloy, Alan Dawkins. I mean, I like Jason Croom, but you're gonna certainly do better. Right. The offensive line. Nobody there's there's no one on the offensive side of the ball. Now. Obviously, the not changing eleven starters out other than Paul ten, but there's nobody in the offensive side of the ball that I'd say outside is St. Jones lock them in. I could move on from just about anybody else. If you ask me, but the defensive side of the ball. Hey, shacks had a great year. You know, you'd replace him in a heartbeat. Well, you know, I wouldn't honestly I wouldn't pick up the fifth year option. The I think the may deadline is deciding and I wouldn't pick it up. I let him play out twenty nineteen and then figure out what I'm doing with Jack Lawson, but you know, I'm happy with the progress from Edmonds a loved Milano jerem sariano is a very fantastic has so Milano white. I like both the safeties Lorenzo Alexander in his role is a no brainer to me. He had a fantastic year. You know, outside of that, you know, stars been okay? You know Hughes has been okay. But there's nobody on the offense of side of the ball say Jones love his progress this year, he's in my top three in my receiver group next year, my five or six men receiver group next year outside of that zippo. We'll we'll everybody else's. We'll see Bodine did better than I thought. But now he's injured. But there's nobody else would look at it and go absolutely locked this guy in here. So yeah, I don't you know, I'll even throw in. Well. I like what I've seen from Brian debut. I think he is. I think he has an element of creativity. I think he's done a good job finger quotes good job. Yeah. I mean, it's a terrible offense, maybe not historically bad where it was earlier this year. But it's still one of the worst offense is in the National Football League. So I would say I'm to this point. I'm okay with the work the offensive coordinator has done not that he I don't think there was a debate. I shouldn't say that. I don't think there was a debate that they would pay is it going to go to another offensive coordinator twenty Dabelstein. I would bring back in and give him a chance with what we think will be a revamped often. Right. That's the best. You could expect for him. Is that after year one with a rookie quarterback that most people would say, I hope he comes back to let's continue to see Josh Elon grow in this offense as opposed to Baker mayfield's offensive coordinator got fired and Josh Rosen. Offensive coordinator got fired. Yeah. Yeah. Different offense quarter all the time. Right. And Sam darnold might end up getting fired if the coach gets fired. So if there's any accomplishment of bills have from Alan enabled together. It's that. They've they've done enough with what they have that. I think most bills fans are satisfied enough to say. All right. I'm looking forward to seeing what happens in your two. Right. And again, you know, the script is remains to be written because the off season will be key. In determining who what do they do on offense who sit really on defense, and you've talked about it. The sure there are things that can address number starting cornerback is probably at the top of the list, but I wouldn't rule out defensive line help because of the option decision coming up on shack Lawson because Jerry Hughes has one year left on his contract. And I I'm not sure at the bills would extend him at his age. Let's go to Mark in Hamburg here on WGN. Go ahead. Mark. Good morning. How you guys doing today? Good. Thank you. I got a question for you. You know, everyone's got their criticisms about this team. My big question is this okay? No one seems to be pointing a finger at this offense coordinator, or Brandon bean, you get Leshan McCoy you guys just talking about the netwo- up studios offense. Okay. We're paying this guy. Eight and a half million dollars a year. They can't get him the ball and. They had no problem. Kutner trading guys in the past. She should they should have done something with him at the deadline. So you gotta do one of three days either. Got you losses. If he's aging and not the same guy was. Trade him and get whatever you came from the try to get some weapons next year or actually scheme away up to get this guy to bomb. These guys are done none of those three and no one at the radio stations putting a microphone enables face saying why can't you do your job? What job is that to get the ball to Leshan McCoy? Get the ball to your best defensive player. Yeah. Not the best offensive players. Josh allen. Well, here's the thing chair. Have you have you have you seen McCoy this year when they get him the ball? It doesn't work. They can't. Here's why I think the last year. Tyrod Taylor who's also scrambling quarterback. Readout you stuff. Okay. Now aliens runnings coming on broken past plays. But when you're on the net read option in other defender has to accommodate a quarterback and they're not running offense. Just so you got one more guy to can't running back but just offense coordinator can figure it out. It's like he's gotta Chuck mobile playbook or something I don't think you're also taking into account. The fact that the two best run blockers are not on the offensive line this year. Right. And if you wanna get right down to it last year, McCoy's yards per carry was the lowest of his career. Let's last year McCoy didn't run the ball all that. Well last year. Ears might think. Oh, guys, you're telling me, I'm telling you. They're going to move on from him. No criticism of what did they didn't tradeable? I mean, I'm not sure I complain able if these guys can't block and get the running game going. For not being able to get your best. I think he's trying. Trying the guy the guy is doing nothing feel like you're you're you're no go ahead. The guy. The guy's injured always get nine million next year. And you're who cares. I don't think. I got a fundamental disagreement on one thing. I don't care what she's making because they didn't just sign the deal. I mean, if you want to criticize him for signing the deal and paying running back a lot of money. I get that one hundred percent. But put it this way, you said they gotta do one of three things. I think they'll do the first one I think they'll move on even though Brandon Beane said, he's definitely in the future. And in the plans for the future. I think they'll move on from McCoy. You wanna trade him? You're not getting anything who wants to nine million dollar running back that is thirty and next year is thirty one still might have issues because of off the field is also consistently dealing with injuries now. And now as a hamstring issue in we talked about they could've traded at the deadline for like a fifth round pick. Yeah, they could have. I'm not upset that upset that they didn't. If that's in fact, what they were even offered you know, what they want to do is do their best to to put them on the field and get give them an opportunity. He's not had a good year. He's had a terrible year. Last year wasn't good either for McCoy. So I guess Mark one other thing market just real quick. I thought. I think when it comes to the running game, let's face it. Even when Chris ivory is in or Marcus Murphy is in none of those guys ran that. Well, the other day against the jets either. So with debacle to me, I will give him the benefit of the doubt. They have tried to get the ball to McCoy in it, and he has not been affected ivory and Murphy have run they haven't been much better in the running game. No one's running the ball other than Josh Allen. And those are on on on breakdown point. If there is a criticism of the coordinator to be made that they can't run the ball. But at the same time coming into this season, even before the coordinator was hired. I mean, he doesn't get to pick who they offensive lineman is that's the GM that does that. And and I think most outside observers would a look at this offense of group from a skill position standpoint. And from an offensive line standpoint and said you're not gonna really get a lot done with that offense. So good luck your point about being. I think Marcus is fair enough. You know, these are the guys that put together this offense is. Like like, you said Brandon Breen deserves criticism. Yeah. Which we which we with him. They have shown no ability to put together an offense in two years. And then also how do you explain Matt Barkley walking off a golf course outbid jets team on the road with the same squad only week appropriation. And McCoy went off in that game. Josh Allen was in there. They just knowing him the ball. How do you explain that? They can get him the ball you keep saying they can't get on the ball. They can it just doesn't work it worked in one game. Every other game. It hasn't worked. And I would also say potentially this could answer your question..

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"netwo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"netwo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Very very small or now or unrecorded the thing about the deal is its life cycle. It has this most extraordinary life cycle. We think we've never witnessed it. We think it's born in Bermuda. Triangle in the gas phase c and billions literally born, and they float across the Atlantic on the on the currents and they're making for the greater Atlantic west flowing rivers of Europe in particular, the Biscay, and they take a couple of years to flow to cross the Atlantic. We think and they didn't arrive in these extra is, and they try and go up the stories and up the river system. Items to push on weight. And then when they mature then make the return journey. And we know through satellite tagging this goes far. Resorts. And then on again to the forecast big travelers. They are incredible travels. Not just in nature. But also now thanks to this trafficking. Problem man flies them around the world in a Maistre extraordinary manner as well. So when when did the trafficking of ills become a problem linked entirely to the dwindling numbers, social, I think I think. Subtle things have conspired the fashion of itching yield has really taken off in Asia. It was always very strongly eaten. But now, it's very very strongly eaten particular, particularly in China, South Korea, and Japan, great leaders, and what's happened is the same technology of blocking and damaged drain weapons and damming rivers has happened across the globe. When it was with would feels could sort of get round the wood rotted, but now with concrete and steel everywhere, it's just too efficient and we've so disrupted their migration that they can't get up the rules, then that this overfishing and in particular trafficking, and you have an upstate recipe for disaster. My gosh. What wherein I speak netwo-, Andrew car. The sustainable yield group here in the UK. And contrast what he says with the the way it was in Victorian times here when ills used to be a staple of Londoners diet back, then they were swimming. So plentifully in the river Thames that they became a poor man's hearty meal. That's it from this edition of business daily. Today's producer was Edwin lane. There's a lot more business news online, including more about the tiremaker. Goodyear. Pulling out its operations out.

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"netwo" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"netwo" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"The camera like, oh God, this one again, and laughs and claps. And these plays go to commercial. Yeah. So then we go back to Philadelphia and the restaurant hunt has led to the hotel lobby bar. Yes. And we get a very similar cocktail order from this group of Sophie, Sophie tamra and and Shannon. I'll have a, I'll have a hot water please. And so s for a sparkling water and tamra asks for a vodka set of cranberry limes. On the end, a sparkling, sparkling beverage, a hot water would lemon and a red alcoholic beverage, and one waiter is gonna make zero dollars today. So thanks, thanks for coming in. So Tamara's like, hey, David sent at picture has new rod. That's parsh-. How about that shot on your access to my husband. Oh, sorry to bring that up the night before your big show. Sorry. So yeah, that's so her now push that tell you about it. He's talking to edit the push ahead. He fit about that. And Shannon like, well, somebody took it for us spin, earn name rhymes with low loaf. Was that your choice? Sophie. Tambor's like about God. You took us car up Brian. He didn't Katcha and stuff. He's like. I, I was pulling into the garage, and then the mayor just like went like that. Was like saying, you knocked the mirrors off the cars. It's like, no, just just bent it, of course, hammer, like takes perfect example. By the way for anyone who hears a rumor from tamra notice I, she took one piece of information and embellish it and made it sound ten times worse in a second. And so, no, I, I spent the mirror I didn't knock it off the car. Yeah, six Shannon came out with the baseball bat and knocked the MIR, the grant that back David and everything. It stands Shannon ran netwo- that Carrie Underwood song about bashing in the windows of a car. That's so strong. Tell me, did you faith after your mother through brook bricks, the window Utada Pussian at you June the faster that was it. Scary. When Shannon walked away from the car stridently and then a blue behind her. Soest Tamara's just sitting there trying to start all sorts of shit and Shannon's just prepared for her. Mike Shannon seems to just accept at this point Tamworth awful person, but she's committed to being friends with this awful person. So she's just going to do her best not to let it get to her even though tambor's gonna do everything she can in this episode undermine Shannon. Exactly. So now at the next day, QVC Shannon, tamarin Sophie arrive. We meet Shannon's friend, MARCY, and we also meet a QVC executive named Edina who could possibly be played by the woman who played Jan on the office. If you ask me, oh, I was going to say the chick for mad TV who plays Stewart's mom, what's her name? Oh yeah. Or also that woman who is in some English sharks corrupt. Now, look, we're both, but. But. Ticket ticket ticket. Yes, I'm gonna leave so she could be this woman could be played by Michelle. Forbes also look at Michelle ops. Okay. Hold on. I will when Forbes who, where's the cast? What isn't a steak? Casts a cake, casts casts. Can you know what go on with this scene? Look at Michelle Forbes while you're at it by the way I feel I know Michelle Forbes is, isn't she crates? She's really good. She's underappreciated, but guess what she goes into Linda Fiorentino sack of ladies were under appreciated, but who I love. Well, I'm thinking of Collins Collins. Yes, that's another MC even has that like when Mokaba Lynn's place bitchy rich lady or whatever. See, empty poser hair back really tighten opponent till this lady even has that personality. She's like, I don't think we're gonna let Shannon open the door. That should be a host thing. I think this is just a whole little too much for Shannon. Yeah, I think this woman is definitely on that spectrum that includes Michelle, Forbes, mo- Collins Moore Hardin and seal award that is for sure. Yes, they're all basically, yes. Michelle, Forbes always plays like a crazy Hooker bitch while she was on the killing. And so I've watched Michelle Forbes, Saab kiss. She was the mom of the the kid that got killed and every episode for t- seasons with Michelle sobbing. She was very, she had a turn on twenty four..

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"netwo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"netwo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"I can be right about that and the gay and in the in the sort of in policy circles the there is indeed this concern i'm getting to the fact that trump about by all accounts doesn't really read anything doesn't care about the briefings i mean like most countries in every situation in the world is complicated there's a lot of history is a lot of nuance in even in something like what is denuclearization what are you going to greet to one hopes of there there are experts and of course there's love unfilled vacancies another trump specialty in the state department and elsewhere someone is guiding him so that you know he he his undoubted desire i think you're quite correct about that too so something lynn press the base and i'm in the maybe don't care in in iowa or wyoming or whatever it is but strange this netwo you know some radical atheists horrible communism you'd think you'd think they'd be some people worrying about this anyway yeah he wants he wants it we is the midterms that's all that sort of thing and hopefully someone is aboard to say well actually you know they're real issue here there were things that would be progressed there were things that would be regressive things like giving away the farm and we just don't know what's going to be in that box over that being considered then might actually be preferable if this doesn't happen that is that view i don't agree with that because i actually think one dare i agree with a north korean statement kim kagwa senior vice foreign minister his second statement you know than the first one was being rude about your belt that we all there's not gonna moment saying hang on i mean any of that but he was saying that this is this is the beginning of relationship that's not quite a quick but a power fries and i it just helps to have a relationship i feel the same about the integration thing where they've tried before in the sunshine aaron it's all gone wrong at least have some understanding with the.

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"netwo" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"netwo" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Oh it was hodgman netwo was that john hodgman yes because we're british we had different we had a different macabre mitcham wimp yeah so i didn't realize until i was standing next to him and that's because a lotta hort as he's like that's not for me jeepers creepers galaxy quest like he's been in some of the galaxy but yes we didn't get those other at so i wonder if that allows me to look at him in a way the most of the american public don't i don't know i can't stop you just can't stop when she opened it up peepshow over here and yeah we like it was on netflix for a while and i came out here yeah those were a lot of youtube watches early early the day great that mitchell and webb look all this interro robert webb's new book is really really good to it's about like just growing up in toxic masculinity and coming to terms with it and some of that it's called how to be a boy yeah yeah sting times is really we'll thank you all for being here come into the house movies points i don't do that anymore i gotta go back over tober to come out of it is weird to come out of talking about with the way that we sent up the podcast which is enjoy a burrito anti gaining complete and joy ovary.

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"netwo" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"netwo" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Batchelor this is the john batchelor show the news for netwo phone world news tonight is that larry cudlow is prominently mentioned as the national economic council adviser to the president replacing mr cohen who has resigned that role i do not have any inside information other than to say that larry has been a good friend of mine for many years we've served together at this microphone through the very good times and not so good times of the great recession of two thousand eight and the last i had occasion to speak to larry about the possibility week passed i told him that i couldn't imagine a better choice by the president and also that it is impossible to say no to the president of the united states larry and his fashioned smiled and so we have the news tonight that larry's mentioned as the lead candidate for the president to head up the national economic council this would be a wonderful blend of the apostle of growth larry's title for the secretary of the treasury steve mnuchin and larry cudlow who is mr optimism larry has been working with steve moore of the heritage foundation and art laffer and steve forbes for many years and they were very strong voices in the tax cuts and jobs act of two thousand seventeen which is a great success so in choosing larry if it happens to the national economic council chair the president will be following through on the success of two thousand seventeen and the tax cut i turn now to the conversation of the moment for both parties i'm joined in studio by thaddeus mccotter wjr the great voice of the great lakes is here from detroit and we have with us our professional john fund of the national review online david drucker of cnn and the washington examiner we go from the general and the grand which is the national economic council to the specific and the focused on the partisan peculiarly this is in a district called pennsylvania eighteenth congressional district and because of the dramatic redistricting engineered by the democratic party in pennsylvania this district the eighteenth which is southwest pennsylvania including pittsburgh will disappear within moments of the vote tomorrow seen as a harbinger or a bellwether or foreshadowing or you know bring up the music for a dickens ending for the democratic party a very attractive marine veteran brian lamb thirty three years old running as a republican near to he's pro gun.

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