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Update on the latest sports
"EP sports I'm shark Freeman The Golden State Warriors made it look easy and gave one of the NBA's Western Conference Finals a lopsided one 1287 win over Dallas Steph Curry had 21 says the offense was in full throttle We had a couple possessions and third quarter we got in trouble but for the most part we were pretty decisive Warriors were helped when the Mavs high scoring guard Luka Dončić was held to a quiet 20 on 6 of 18 shooting NHL playoff openers Carolina used Ian Cole's overtime goal to beat the New York rangers two to one Oh good obviously Winning the game is what matters You know kind of getting our first taste of OT is great High scoring a fair in Calgary the flames beat Edmonton 9 to 6 on the hat trick from Matthew chuck To baseball the LA Dodgers have won 5 in a row Mark Myers reports on a 5 three win over Arizona The game turned in the fourth inning when the Dodgers put up four runs turning a two to one deficit into a 5 two lead Justin Turner had the big blow a three run Homer off Zach Davies Colorado down San Francisco CJ Crone's three run shot in the 8th inning lift at the rockies to a 5 three win Kesten Hiro made his return to the major is a good one He smashed a two run Homer at the bottom of the 11th inning and it lifted Milwaukee to a 7 6 comeback win over Atlanta Guys the game went on at basketball better and I think there's some opportunities where I kind of missed out on So you just wanted to just want to get the runner over Nick pavetta is two hitter carried Boston pass Houston 5 to one New York mets beat St. Louis 13 to four Zack Wheeler tossed 7 shutout innings in Philadelphia's three zero win over San Diego Command was good for the most part It wasn't all the way there but it was good for the most part Get away with some pitches for sure Other winners Washington Pittsburgh the New York Yankees Texas Minnesota Kansas City Seattle and Tampa also won The PGA Championship will begin today without Bryson DeChambeau who withdrew because of his surgically repaired wrist Check free button AP sports
Pivetta tosses 2-hitter to lead Red Sox past Astros 5-1
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Update on the latest sports
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Binnington makes 25 saves, Blues win 5-1, eliminate Wild
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Gov. DeSantis Shows Us You Can Respond Strongly to Cultural Issues
"I'll say that to the screen or that I think there are two factors here, which are very common unfortunately. One is big companies, especially with a lot of money and a lot of profile on a country and maybe in the world. They're afraid to not cooperate with people who can put a lot of pressure on them and make life uncomfortable for the business and therefore keep customers away and so the cave in to the people who do the student. And then the other thing, I'm sure a lot of Disney employees as much as they are. I've never been to Disneyland and California, but I'm sure they're nice people, but I'm sure there are also probably 90% or if not more liberal progressive pro Democrat and woke and so forth and so on and this there is one problem for them either. So I think that's the two things that are here and I agree with the samus. I mean, something has to be done and it's not the perfect way to do it, but it still has been done. And that's it. Yeah, no, thank you, Nick. You're on to something important here. And I think it's something we need to not only remind ourselves of, but remind those of us in earshot or those we talk to debate with converse with, especially though, if we're not debating them, those on our side. What Ron DeSantis is right now showing is something really, really interesting and uncommented on by and large, I think, which is you can drive really hard. You can respond very forcefully on these cultural issues that have been thrown at us and against us. And as you were just saying, a lot of people are cowed or a little bit scared or a little bit frightened, they're a little bit concerned about speaking up or speaking back. Desantis is showing you as long as you know what you're talking about and there's no substitute for brains, gosh knows, but as long as you push back with smarts and goodwill, candor, intelligence, the platonic conditions of dialog, what's going to happen? What's going to happen? Well, the American people might make you president. That's what might happen.
Spurgeon scores in OT, Wild beat Sharks to take playoff spot
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Songs by Wu-Tang, Alicia Keys added to Recording Registry
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Christopher Phillips Questions Brian Stelter Over CNN's Ethics
"Kid named Chris Phillips, who's a freshman at the University of Chicago. And he went to a some panel discussion that the Atlantic magazine was hosting that Brian stelter from CNN was on the panel. And this young man stood up and said the following to CNN's Brian stelter. Hi, thank you for coming. My name is Christopher Phillips. I'm a first year at the college. My question is for mister stelzer. You've all spoken extensively about Fox News being a purveyor of disinformation. But CNN is right up there with them. They push the Russian collusion hoax. They push the Jussie Smollett hoax. They smear justice Kavanaugh as a rapist and they also smeared Nick salmon as a white supremacist. And yes, they dismissed the Hunter Biden laptop affair as pure Russian disinformation. With mainstream corporate journalists becoming little more than apologists and cheerleaders for the regime, is it time to finally declare that the canon of journalistic ethics is dead or no longer operative. All the mistakes of the mainstream media and CNN in particular seem to magically all go in one direction. Are we expected to believe that this is all just some sort of random coincidence or is there something else behind it? It's too bad it's time for lunch. You have 30 seconds. No, there's a clock that says 30 seconds, but I think my honest answer to you, and I will come over and talk in more detail after this. Is that I think you're describing a different channel than the one that I watch. But I understand that that is a popular right wing narrative about CNN. I think it's important. When we talk about shared reality and democracy, all of these networks, all these news outlets have to defend democracy. And when they screw up, admit it. But when Benjamin hall, the fox correspondent, was wounded in Ukraine. The news crews at CNN and The New York Times stopped what they were doing. And they all cared about the injured Fox News reporter and that's
Brian Stelter Calls for Lunch When Asked an Important Question
"So Jim queue up for me caught 5 Again this is what I mean by imposing real material losses You get a guy like Brian stelter right is the coffee fetcher at CNN Somehow magically because he used to kiss what did Zucker's butt all the time Winds up getting a show Hilariously titled unreliable sources He gets his show of the least talented man in broadcasting Well what matters to him is his reputation I mean he is literally titled reliable sources He wants to be seen as a source of journalistic ethics Well Brian's felt there's been the wrong on the wrong side of every single significant media story we've had in our time Everyone he's been on the wrong side So he got confronted This is just beautiful watching a college freshman dismantle Brian stealth to check this out My name is Christopher Phillips I'm a first year at the college My question is from mister seltzer You've all spoken extensively about Fox News being a purveyor of disinformation But CNN is right up there with them They push the Russian collusion hoax They push the Jussie Smollett hoax They smear justice Kavanaugh as a rapist and they also smeared Nick salmon as a white supremacist And yes they dismissed the Hunter Biden laptop affair as pure Russian disinformation With mainstream corporate journalists becoming little more than apologists and cheerleaders for the regime is it time to finally declare that the canon of journalistic ethics is dead or no longer operative All the mistakes of the mainstream media and CNN in particular seem to magically all go in one direction Are we expected to believe that this is all just some sort of random coincidence Or is there something else behind it It's too bad it's time for lunch You have 30 seconds No I mean there's a clock that says 30 seconds but I think my honest answer to you and I will come over and talk in more detail after this is that I think you're describing a different channel than the one that I watch They're different They're different channel Brian sells it But listen for Brian sell the brothers always time for lunch I mean look at the guy Come on yeah time for lunch This is like a new thing
College Student Confronts CNN's Brian Stelter for Spreading Hoaxes
"Hi, thank you for coming. My name is Christopher Phillips. I'm a first year at the college. My question is from mister seltzer. You've all spoken extensively about Fox News being a purveyor of disinformation. But CNN is right up there with them. They push the Russian collusion hoax. They push the Jussie Smollett hoax. They smear justice Kavanaugh as a rapist and they also smeared Nick salmon as a white supremacist. And yes, they dismissed the Hunter Biden laptop affair as pure Russian disinformation. With mainstream corporate journalists becoming little more than apologists and cheerleaders for the regime, is it time to finally declare that the canon of journalistic ethics is dead or no longer operative. All the mistakes of the mainstream media and CNN in particular seem to magically all go in one direction. Are we expected to believe that this is all just some sort of random coincidence? Or is there something else behind it? It's too bad, it's time for lunch. You have 30 seconds. No, there's a clock that says 30 seconds, but I think my honest answer to you, and I will come over and talk in more detail after this. Is that I think you're describing a different channel than the one that I watch. But I understand that that is a popular right wing narrative about CNN. I think it's important. When we talk about shared reality and democracy, all these networks, all these things outlets have to defend democracy. And when they screw up, admit it. But when Benjamin hall, the fox correspondent, was wounded in Ukraine. The news crews at CNN and The New York Times stopped what they were doing, and they tried to help. They tried to help them get out of the country. They tried to find the dead crew members. That's what news outlets do. That's how they actually do work together to your question about sharing those kinds of connections and trust. We don't talk about it enough though. We don't share that reality about how that happens. And with regards to the regime, I think you mean the President Biden. The last time I spoke with a Biden aide, we yelled at each other. So that's the reality of the news business. The people don't see the people don't hear. They imagine that
Freshman Student Outclasses Brian Stelter
"Young freshman student Christopher Phillips at the University of Chicago stands up And he asks a question what does Christopher Phillips have to say To be as helter skelter Brian stelter cut 5 go You've all spoken extensively about Fox News being a purveyor of disinformation But CNN is right up there with them They push the Russian collusion hoax They push the Jussie Smollett hoax They smear justice Kavanaugh as a rapist and they also smeared Nick salmon as a white supremacist And yes they dismissed the Hunter Biden laptop affair as pure Russian disinformation With mainstream corporate journalists becoming little more than apologists and cheerleaders for the regime is it time to finally declare that the canon of journalistic ethics is dead or no longer operative All the mistakes of the mainstream media and CNN in particular seem to magically all go in one direction Are we expected to believe that this is all just some sort of random coincidence Or is there something else behind it Wow What do you think of that mister producer Wow
Carlson's 4 points, Ovechkin's goal lead Caps past Lightning
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Power plays carry Hurricanes past Lightning 3-2
"The Carolina hurricanes scored two power play goals and got twenty seven season goalie Fredrik Andersen in route to a three two win over the Tampa Bay Lightning marketing they just opened the scoring in the second period with a power play goal for Carolina before newly acquired forward Nick Paul would tie the game at one for Tampa Bay Carolina would retake the lead after Tony deangelo point shot was redirected in front Sebastian I hope maybe three one for Caroline in the third temple will get a late goal by Alex killorn to cut the deficit in half but table could not find the equalizer DeAngelis said the power play was the key among those chances in last fifteen sixteen power plays is that one and so we have plenty of examples those needed when when they did thank those good I'm very fast Leschi made thirty eight saves for Tampa Bay Dennis **** Raleigh North Carolina
Please Say a Prayer for Eric's Father
"My dad, who will be 95 in June, he has for years struggled with low blood platelets. It's really like a potentially fatal condition. And the doctors have tried everything over the years and it's been up and down and up and down. Really crazy stuff. He hadn't had, he had to have his spleen removed. That was like one of this last ditch efforts about three years ago. He's been through all kinds of stuff and the platelets again are way down. Like nonexistent levels. It's really dangerous. It's really bad. He's undergoing some treatment today and tomorrow, but it's all inconclusive. So I just want to say to people, I would, to use the Christian term, I covet your prayers for my dad, Nick metaxas, that his platelet count would be raised up because it is really, it's tough stuff. And I think people can imagine if you say, hey, Eric, what's going on in your life? What's important to you? Nothing's more important than my mom and dad. I love them, I think as much as you could love your parents, they've just been amazing. Parents to me and I just want to ask that really shamelessly ask people to pray for my dad, Nicholas metaxas for his health right now because of his platelets.
'The Silencing of the Lambs' With Author Michael Brown
"Michael Brown, my friend, welcome. Great to be with you, Eric. Thanks for the memories. You've got a great story, which we're not going to get into today. We've talked about that many times on the program before, but you have a new book out, and unfortunately it's very important. The book is titled the silencing of the lambs, the ominous rise of cancel culture, and how we can overcome it. So what do you say in the book, roughly speaking? There really is an attempt to shut us up to silence us to cancel us to marginalize us and to put us in a place where we can not speak up and get our message out. When I say us, I mean followers of Jesus with conservative biblically based values, I'm not paranoid about this. In fact, a large part of the book is strategies as to how we can overcome. But this is real. I mean, we're in a situation today where it's not just a matter of we disagree with you. But we have to cancel you out. You know, in China, we'll talk about someone with disappeared. They use it as a vowel. They were disappeared. They suddenly, they're not there anymore, or under Soviet Union. Some of this disappearance, they're blanked out. They're blotted out. That's what's happening in a different way. Barry Weiss has spoken up about this. She was in New York Times journalist, a liberal feminist quote, married to another woman and she found the atmosphere in New York Times for her to be so toxic that if you raise a narrative, you are not just criticized but you would cancel she called it social murder and it's so extreme now that you have voices like the irreverent atheist Bill Maher or reverend Jewish comedian Sarah Silverman or actors like Alec Baldwin or sports personalities like Dana White and they're all raising their voice against this Nick Cave singer songwriter in Australia said that cancel culture is mercy's antithesis. So you do one wrong thing. 15 years ago, something in your useful days. It comes out today. You can lose your
"nicks" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast
"Mountains, beaches, or cities. Beaches. Favorite airline livery. God, I take that back mountains. It's too late. I told you it's written stone. Kevin, cut it out. He's not allowed to change his name. I'm just going to talk. What was the next question? My favorite airline delivery. Airline livery. This is a weird term for the painting. I never heard a foot like that. Airline livery, I like Alaska airlines because they have the animals, the outdoor animals and stuff on the back. Yeah. No, yes, I met frontier. So I sucked at that answer. Well, you might not be an airline soon because emerging with spirits. Yeah, right. Exactly. No more bye bye. I know. They're taking away a favorite playing. She's got to fly herself everywhere now. Yeah. What is the biggest regret of your career if you have one? Wow. The biggest regret of my career was honestly, the biggest, the biggest regret of my career was looking back, I'm sorry, was not looking forward enough in not starting my own solo career sooner. And like I said, that's nothing against the time that I spent with Kenny was the time of my life. The best years of my life. But I wish that I had, I would have just started my own solo career sooner. I really do. I've never told it. I've never told anybody that. Oh, I appreciate it. We're breaking news here. What's the biggest win of your career? The biggest win of my career was definitely getting my own record deal with the farm. The second would be I was really lucky. My last year with Kenny, I won the award for touring musician of the year from the CMA from the country music association. So I wanted to see him a for touring musician of the year..
"nicks" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast
"All right, we got one more section. It is the rapid fire section. So this is just a very quick question. Aviation related. You answer as quick a quick as possible and don't explain your answer. Just whatever you say, that's what it is. If you mess up, I'm sorry, man, that's it, it's written in stone. So that's what if the long answers that I've given you in this podcast or any indication that will be difficult. I apparently very long winded today, sorry. That's good though. I like it. Don't get so far. All right, you ready? Yep. Favorite airplane ever made. It's got to be got to be the two O 6. Cessna two O 6. What about a corporate jet if you have one? I'd love. I was going to say I'd really love to have something I can fly single pilot. But like a Mustang, like a cessna M two would be awesome or a serious jet would be pretty cool. You know, you lost me a serious jet, but it's okay. Yeah, I agree. It can be pretty fun little airplane.
"nicks" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast
"Because. For me, I've been really lucky with very few exceptions. I pretty much achieved a lot of the goals that I wanted in my life. You know, not necessarily to, for example, I had a top 15 hit, but I didn't have a number one hit, right? I wish that I had that number one. I had those things. So when I was 17 or 20, I would have told you that I want to be remembered as the guy who had the big song that we all knew. You know what I mean? When I was when I had my daughter, I told myself that I wanted to be remembered as a great father. You know what I mean? And I still want that, obviously, but if there's one thing, I think honestly, I want to be remembered as a guy that just lived life to the fullest. And that is so general, but it's true. I really wake up every day and I try to seize the moment because I have had too many Friends that have just either their lives are cut short or they didn't live up to their potential and I think by living life to the fullest that encompasses a lot of things. I want to be a great dad, I want to be a great husband. I want to be a great pilot. I want to be a great musician. I want to make people happy. You can't be great at everything. What are you bad at? Give me something you're bad at. Someone's got to listen to this and be like, all right. He can't do everything, right? I am terrible. I mean, absolutely terrible at golf. Hey, me too. And I have tried so hard. And I love to play golf. Man, I love the game of golf. And I have taken lessons and I have tried. Like I said, put the hard work in, I literally have tried. I feel like I've put a submission sufficient amount of work into trying to at least get to the next level. I suck at golf. So we're not going to see in the golf channel anytime soon is what you're saying. Well, you'll see you'll see me on there like making an ass out of myself. No, no, I'm terrible at that. I'm really, really bad at texting people back. There you go. All right. Let's relatable. So you and I have similar faults. I think I'm really good at drinking beer, but I'm not very good at making it. Okay. I've tried to bake some beer. It didn't turn out so good. I don't know, I could go on and on. We'll do another podcast. I'll give you an hour to say everything you're bad at. All the shit I suck at, exactly. That's what people want to listen to. Now it is time for the rapid fire section..
"nicks" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast
"I've never been afraid to talk to people to ask for something to network to get to know people. And that outgoing nature definitely paid dividends in the sense of networking and meeting people and I believe in the power of that. That's how you and I met at OshKosh. I think we just struck up a conversation and here we are. You're trying to shove coffee down your mouth. Like, here's coffee, drink it. That happened. But I took coffee to Kyrgyzstan. You did. I appreciate that. No shame. It's kind of like you said though. You have to you have to be able to put yourself out there. And that's a learned skill. That is a very intimidating thing at first, but it's something that you really just have to do because so many people just don't do that. And it's the first step you can make. And one of the easier steps you can make is literally just go high. My name is this. And then see where it goes. Nailed it. And that's great advice for anybody out there listening. And that I swear to China back in, that's the same thing meant go to an airport. Where do you start? If you want to learn to fly, just go to an airport and say, hi, I'm Nick, and I want to learn to fly. Or can I hang out here and just watch airplanes? I mean, literally that is where it starts. If you're rusty pilot, I was. It started with me getting off my ass and going over there and saying, hey, I have my pilot's license, but I really haven't done much with it in 20 years. Where do I start? And I was in an airplane literally the next day. You know? It's so many parallels. So many. We got to talk about your TV show. So that is like one of the coolest things having a TV show. I think it would be awesome to have a TV show..
"nicks" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast
"School, like if I had just communicated with them a little better, I think that I don't know that my dad would have went for it, but I think that at least I could have done something a little bit different. Because it's not fair to put your family through that. But I can tell you that. No, I would still do it. And I would, yes, I would absolutely still do it. Just a better way to put it in. And like I said earlier, leaps, man. The one thing that I figured out and this goes for running away from home, it goes for moving to Nashville, leaving a real in between there. I ended up with a really successful band back in Minnesota later on. And I left that to move to Nashville. That was another leap. Later on years later, I left Kenny's band because I got my own record deal, and that's I left the gravy, most biggest gravy train gig on the planet. To try to start all over and try to get achieve that next dream. And so I'm walking proof that you got to take leaps in life and I learned that from a book that I read about Lee Iacocca, the famous CEO that brought GM back from the brink back in the 70s and one of the first things in his memoir talks about the most successful people in life, they have to be willing to take leaps. And it doesn't mean that you just jump off a cliff blindly. But if you look all over that cliff and you know there's water down there and there's a good chance that you're going to make it, you're going to regret not making that lead. And I'll never forget that. And I believe that. Yeah, you've definitely made a lot of leaps..
"nicks" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast
"Was it different than you remember? Was it just as fun? Was it more fun? When you take a break from flying, you can kind of get in your head a little bit and maybe even just tell yourself like I can't do this anymore. You can create this excuse is that new pilots are making. What was your experience like? Well, I was lucky because I had some friends that flew, right? So I was, I wasn't like I never got a little bit of stick time. So every year, I'd probably fly three or four times a year. When I was out on the road at Kenny Chesney, for example, he had a jet, right? So I get to hop in the right seat of the jet every once in a while and I sit in the and I would and I'd sit in the jump seat and watch them fly. It kept my mind in it. You know what I mean? And I had buddies, so I had a buddy with a gut that I worked with on the road that has an RV 7 a so we go flying every once in a while. There was different stuff like that. And so but again, it was kind of like that first solo where I had a safety blanket all the time. And when all of a sudden, I think what kept me from getting back in was that I just felt like I wouldn't remember it all. I remember how hard it was to get my private and thinking, you know, I'll never remember my airspace limits. And I won't remember all the stuff. And somebody reminded me, man, once you're a pilot, you're always a pilot, you're not going to you've done that hard work and you need to know that stuff, but you're not going to go through this check ride again. You know what I mean? You need to just go start flying. You just need to start somewhere. And I think I was the quintessential rusty pilot to the T so I started with the AOA website. They have a rusty pilot program. And I went, I went there and just started looking through their resources. And I started brushing up on a few things..
"nicks" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast
"I just passed my checker. Like I don't know what it is but there are so many airline pilots or pilots I find the corporate world that just don't enjoy it anymore. And it's sad to see it really is. Yeah. And I can tell you, in fact, I just had this conversation today with a young lady that is a good friend of mine who is a horse trainer. She's a aspiring horse trainer as a better way to put it. And she's already starting to feel that. The distinct she loves so much is becoming a job. And I told her, I said, I don't think there's anything that you can do for a job that there isn't going to be a moment every once in a while where it just becomes just a job. Because I'm here to tell you, I've been lucky enough to play the biggest concerts in the world. And played on the biggest TV shows and had my own songs on the radio and all these things that are like everyone's dream myself included. And I'd be lying if I said that every once in a while, some of that didn't become so feel just like a job. You know what I mean? Because I just did it day in and day out and it took me away from home and it kept me away from my daughter and it ruined a marriage at one point and all the things that happened with life. So in the end, it doesn't matter what you do. If you do it long enough, as your job, there's going to be periods where you're sick of it. I believe that. And so I think what do you say to somebody that that happens to? I say, figure out a way to make it fun again. You know what I mean? If you're sick of something, figure out, what do they say about marriages? Figure out how to keep the spark alive. Whatever it is, it's like, just figure out how to make it fun again. It'll come back. Remember the feeling you had after your first solo, or what was going through your mind or your first solo and how much you love this. Easier said than done, obviously. When you're shooting an iOS in a snowstorm and landing on a slushie runway, where your brakes aren't working very well. I'm not saying that's a personal experience. I'm just saying that could happen. That could happen. It's a possibility. Well, that sounds a lot like how I felt during my solo, my first solo. Just completely terrified. God, it was typical. I really was. I was terrified. You got a good story, or is it just completely? Not really, I just remember that I wasn't expecting it. So I got out of the plane and he said, leave it run and.
"nicks" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast
"Nick Hoffman. I'm a Jack of all trades. And a master of maybe one. I'm a pilot. I'm a fiddle player. I'm a singer, a country music artist, a television host. In a dad and a father, not necessarily in that order. AV nation what is going on in welcome back to the pile to buy a podcast today's episode is such a good episode. I know in the past I've said that many, many times, but you can probably agree that I'm usually right. They usually are really good episodes. And I know it's my podcast and I say that, but they are fire episodes. Today's episode is with Nick Hoffman. Nick is Nick's wild ride. He has his own TV show. He played his fiddle, as you'll hear at the end of the episode. And he's also a very, very talented musician and he has such an amazing story. He just came on and told it all, and we pretty much got everything out, including something he's never told anyone before. So make sure you listen for that. This is a great episode. It's amazing to see how aviation has helped change his life and how he got back in the aviation and just what hard work can really do and putting yourself in the right position and creating your own luck to be the best version of yourself..
Pastrnak scores in OT, Bruins beat Senators 3-2
"The Bruins pulled out a three two win at Ottawa is David Pasternak scored on a one timer to forty two into overtime Jake DeBrusk and Brandon Carlo also scored Hey Jeremy swimming stopped twenty nine shots as Boston ended a two game losing streak DeBrusk opened the scoring early in the second period Nick Holden tied the game at three fifty four left in regulation but Ottawa fell to eighteen twenty five and five Anton Forsberg turned back thirty shots in defeat the Bruins continue to play without forward Brad Marchand who served the fifth of the six game suspension I'm Dave Ferrie
Olympics Live: Meyers Taylor may retire after Beijing
"The United States goes one to win the men's freeski slopestyle Alex all takes home the gold scoring a ninety point oh one on his first run doing so by landing a rare right up ten press one on the final trick Indiana's Nick Capper earns the silver is a cure his third career metal spanning three different Olympics everything that's happened in the last couple of years you know lives over a roller coaster but but you get another battle another let big sisters to cool it's a cool thing to say men's hockey quarterfinal Slovakia stuns the Americans eliminating team USA three to two in a shoot out Slovak scored the equalizer in the final minute of the third I'm Danny count
U.S. wins gold in first mixed snowboardcross
"The United States strikes gold in the first ever mixed team snowboardcross finals forty year old Nick Baumgardner of iron river Michigan earned his first career medal in his fourth trip to the Olympics thirty six year old Lindsey Jacobellis picked up her second gold medal at the Beijing games and her third career podium in five separate Olympic journeys her first was a silver metal all the way back at the two thousand six Torino games men's hockey preliminary round action the United States doubles up Canada forty two to improve to to win now team USA conclude group play with Germany on Sunday I'm Danny cap
"nicks" Discussed on Lymphedema Podcast
"Professionally from meeting nick and the others at camp. Yeah you know. I've been thinking about this and I can't comes up. Pretty regularly In my conversations with people and A lot with like my rock climbing friends will be like. Oh yeah when. I was liberty cam and everyone makes me 'cause they're like you're in this lymph edina camp like wendy. Fifty mechanic is always coming up. Look at but we did this whole thing. I learned that that was really fun. So it's neat that it continues to be a theme that i've talked enough about that. All my friends know about it And one of one of the biggest things. Personally i would say is that I was really surprised. At what an impact. I made For the kids in for the parents and And even some of the other steel teas rose just like you know like i have this skill set. I got my license. I got my like went and got my lancer like but that it. It was all things that were pretty easy to do in straightforward But the impacts you hear that like the parents the relief that the parents had on the nights when they didn't have to manage their kids lymphoma routine. Or maybe amy was like. You don't understand what a relief it is to be able to like. Sit and hang out with people and not have to assess how my child is taking care of herself before bed. Honor put her garments on rapper legs or do her in l. d. right So the the simple things things that are simple for me to do made such a big impact for the campers and further parents and are having these lasting effects. Which just i never would have thought that i could have that influence in. That's really encouraging for me. Like you know. What else can i do if that was pretty easy. Like how many more cameras can we can reserve camper. You know more lives. can you change or how. Many kids can go participate in in sports than ever thought that they could do or So it's not just Decongesting the lynn volume. It's like the life changes that we can inspire unint professionally. I would say it was just asking my friends night. We're all the kids get referred to. Where's the closest children's hospital. And what doctors who i talked to you at children's to get them to refer to me or what's the best strategy to get into a clinic so i think I would really like to figure in. Maybe you probably have some ideas on how to grow Pediatric referrals because there's no reason not to treat kids. Yeah i'll definitely help you some of those and i don't ask people what you said about. How just like this echo is going in your daily life like your professional and your personal life I i love that impact. Is there and that. You're wanting to lean into it and said of just being like oh that's a one off for just gonna do this awards a week and every year i'll go to camp and volunteer and it will just be my little secret but You're reminding me of me early on row was like i need a megaphone. I need to go to the highest mountain juicy. Elvis out so yeah. I'm here to help. I'm here for that. I hope you with that as much as we can burbot. Yeah it's been fun and it's so cool Just today one of the intensiveness was like kids. Get lymphoma do they have cancer. That young all let me tell you. All about primary secondary than fifty about hold on. Let me just stay on my platform for a minute and then you can tell everyone else that you know. Yeah no. that's they think it's phenomenal that you're interested in working with war kids because to find a therapist that will take a child is so difficult because they don't have any prior experience where he on kids and in the five days that warren worked on nicholas. I mean she can tell you. I saw his legs. Like i had never seen before and i didn't think it was possible for his right leg to get any better than what it was or even to not be as hard to the touch. And you know day one. Ronald tell you on the on the first day at camp and nicholas wears his day is nigh karmet's every day religiously by his his legs parts of his legs were very hard. They were five roddick. I think it was dave for lauren. She said here fill his leg. Do you feel that. that's the fine. Bros loosening up by using the rights of analogy In itself is inspiring like adults kids. Same thing and the parents wanna listen. A lot of the adult sur la the adults that is e have been living with lymphoma for so long that they're like a kind of invested so so all of your parents are just hungry for for information and that that have a lot of every parent no matter if you have lymph dima or not you just want to fix your kid you wanna find any answer and i think that's one thing that's really unique about this can't Just rylance feet and kind of what we provide for parents and kids with lymphoma is that it's not somebody who has either been told for a very long time for generations for years to live with it or someone who's had very happy and successful life but now The effects of cancer treatment have left him disfigured or with lymph anemia and an extremity It's apparent and kid wanting their kid to have the best possible chance at like a really healthy life. I was thinking about what to be prepared for for someone new coming to camp. You know his thinking that it's as christine alluded to. It's very physical endeavour. It was a very active camp So it's like the physical aspects the physiological aspects teaching that lengthy much reading lymph thema and one of my favorite parts was kind of the social aspect of of the support that that you can give in so many different directions. You know whether. It's hoping. I mean i on the rockwall was literally like holding them up so that if they slipped they didn't come down on. The auto belay relate keith. Going let me push you up there or all. The clt's doing silly dances to convince the kids to do something or You know holding each other's hands like oh my gosh. What do i do about the situation. and how do i you know. In what way can you piece together. All of these lymph edina products to decongest an area or You know how can you sit with the parents. And just listen or share or not supportive. So i think that camp was set up really well to to address every aspect of of the human experience and it was. It became so much more than i would've anticipated. And i think that's part of what made it so rich and what i would encourage you any therapists to participate in knowing that it's a it's a full body experience magical and full body experience. That's what i'm coming away with. After tonight her great can't wait for the next one. Mother theresa says loneliness and.
"nicks" Discussed on PLAYING GAMES with Strangers
"Videos of the episodes or even watch us. Play live That is an option. We have now as well as there's discounts for merchandise -clusive merchandise only available to patriots. And other things coming down the way. Let's see here are my forgetting anything else beer on facebook. Find us on all the social. Media's the real life bureau friends in real life a watched joe size movies. Check out the geek. Devotions com talk. that helps out dallas and celeste. Yeah also helps out mean steve. Because we have our own segment on the com- talk podcast called primitive rhythm machine. You go look for these stories that squid has published. Do you want to slow plug. That book squid Yeah you can potentially find it on amazon still. It's called the day before the end of the world. I've got a short story published in that. Or if you wanna check out a podcast that i'm frequently on as a guest. Star by one of our supersonic pod. Comic also voice actors danny size. Check out a pint sized art history which is spelled s. a. i. z. e. d. not as is e eating. Also look for it today and then also check out strangers and aliens. Podcast does with ben. Avery and Evan david and dr jas o.'neil pawn narratives. I was posthumously. But i knew that with walk to chase them almost. We're almost on episode three sixty five also once we get every day of the year. Yeah you could listen to one every day of the year. And i can get through the mall so anything else. Anybody got anything that needs to be said. obviously go. Listen to supersonic pod comics. That's something we're all involved with so with that it's been fun. I tipped my hat on a lot of plot points for this art. So and i've stuck my thumb in everybody's pie at this point. I think so. Yeah hope hope by you have been listening to the playing games with strangers. Podcast featuring the voices that john hire you celeste. Moral dave clements josiah crandall jay s hurls catherine linski and steve mcdonald. The theme music was written and performed by steve. Arthur used with permission find more of his music on facebook or wherever you purchase music digitally. Please review this podcast. Wherever you downloaded from to help other podcasters find our podcast and join our community and once again. Thank you for.
"nicks" Discussed on PLAYING GAMES with Strangers
"Yeah i got that part. You're not anymore. Newsflash a site from yourself as i assume. You probably know yourself better than you know anyone else. Maybe if you do self reflection you know in ellen fellow named ceos. I've never heard that name before. Great we don't turn and look at the other. I think maybe us a little bit mole. Emphatic nece right. Let me try again be nice. I'm always nice. All right under what happened right before. Yeah died here about you. Great by who it was during the it was during the there was people that were fighting against the insurgents and there was a big battle on. I got hit with a stray crossbow. Bolt the bolt that makes more sense than just strike. Crossbow great So you just got shot and died wonderful now before you died. Had your recently been bitten by any friends. Lovers enemies at dogs don't know no great and one year woke up. Where were you in a graveyard project which you mind telling us which one he actually names the graveyard that you a graveyard. You haven't been to callum. Although the rest of the party was at that graveyard. We were it was the one that had. I can't remember his name. All of a sudden it had cold water's body used to live there or yes. hey wildland. wasn't that where you'll you'll you'll friend was yeah. Is this your friend know. Don't you want to get along with them. You'll wanna talk. I mean you don't seem to keep fendt friends very long. So on sars. Let's focus on the task at hand. Words of brother. Patna myself da blah blah blah. Were sleeping when did you most can sneak up behind person. You'll scare them half to death. But i'm already there so then you'd be completely did in. The words of panda is what you were saying but was or bog. Does i get to cut you off of the wise and late brother panda. He not here. i don't think he's dead in. He was late. He was never on time for anything i say buried in the words. You know what never mind. Don't cough up blood please. Oh i wasn't talking to you was talking to so you died. That's where you buried in. You came back to life Throwing up blood. How did you get to this. Point used to be a vegan. Quick question to yeah You know you said the insurgency is wanted. All kind of went down your mind me asking you. And i don't mean to sound presumptuous butter. What site or on in the whole you know. I was a civilian on the street. And that doesn't tell me much. Who will you fighting for. I wasn't fighting all year. Just chilling just. I was getting groceries for my mother. And you back to see harriet. Who do you think are throwing up right now you eight. You'll mom unfortunate gareth. I don't know if you have any magic. That cannot kill this guy but you probably should before he eats one of us. Because i don't wanna be that. I'm going to stand back here again. Perhaps tactful language wilder wilder know. What tactful languages today. not today.
"nicks" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"The well of the eighties weekend on Sonny 179 with Stevie Nicks. She's singing. She's singing. Oh, my gosh. Leak. Take a chill pill hits. We'll keep coming isn't all eighties weekend on Sonny, one of 79..
"nicks" Discussed on American Outdoor News Magazine
"It's. It's really really difficult to find. Harmony between being gone all the Time Warner, home life, and honestly when you get home after being gone so much. It takes time to just readjusting. And it takes time for that other person in and then bring a little daughter who? I just adore that I never did see. When I leave it. It's it isn't it's tough and I know I. It's a long way around to say that. I don't think you do. I think you just try your best. And you take weight off of the scale and you bullet over here and you're just constantly trying to rebound scale the best you can, and sometimes the scale comes wham down on one side, and then you get load up on the other side. I. Think you just try to do the best you all the time, but I'd be lying if I said I, balance it because I. Think a family dynamic comes in many forms. Yeah, it's what you're used to and. You know in the end the people that I love know I love him. And I give them everything that can, as often as I can, and I also put hundred percent to my music in into my my television show in everything I do I try to. If there is anything the balance is one hundred percent in everything you do. And that's tough. You know we'll shift gears a little bit talking earlier. About one disease. Yeah, you're blind disease. Has. It affected your life why? It's affecting my life in that. It's ironic that the very thing I love hunting. Being in the woods ended up. Having. Me Or giving me this disease contracting getting bit by a tick. In coming home one day, thing off and getting the big bullseye stereotypical. It's It hasn't affected me the way. It's affected. Some people because I caught it early. And I was aware so growing up in Minnesota. At school they would. They would give you a little lime disease awareness thing they somebody would come to the school and talk about it, so I knew that bulls eye look like, but a lot of people don't. Think getting a little bit of awareness out there for people to know what that. With the symptoms are and what if you catch it like me? It doesn't affect, but I know all the relatives that having didn't get an early movie can really really affect you. I feel good I have to be careful because if I don't. Take Care Myself. I'll get run down after a week or two in the back country or something like that in it affects me then or if I met shot show and having one, too many drinks and hanging out with people would stay up too late for example. That that'll do it, too. So you take. Precautions will go out to the woods. I mean the only only kind of precautions I do. Try and take. Vitamins and I try and eat well and try and sleep as much as possible, but sometimes it's just not possible own and I do i. beat myself up and don't work as hard as shit sometimes. People just got to be more careful when they go out into the woods, spray down with old stuff i. see what you're saying. Yeah, I definitely do I. Wear One of those Rhino suits now I talking about like a really tight mesh suit. It's hoped I spray down I. Don't know what it is, but ticks me. They think I'm a hamburger I mean. I'll be right next to my camera. Guy Who won't have a on him in. I'll come out with you know. How it's ridiculous. I is my. Nearly Albino, skin, or something like that comes i. I do, try spray down and in the second. It's a stuff's not good for you either, but I think it's it's. It's necessary evil at absolutely. I something that we need to bring awareness to and absolutely now it's It's a debilitating When is it said? It's good that you're healthy. Yeah, a lot of people don't know enough about it. I appreciate your time. I appreciate it. Thanks for Thanks for taking time to sit down and just. Yes. You know. And everybody out there watching, you can find out. On all my stuff is nicks wild. Ride all one word on Instagram facebook twitter all that stuff. We've got a bunch of videos. It's next wild ride dot on them on the web so. Come join the ride. and. That's all for today. Thanks again for watching our American outdoor news podcast. You could always go to. Out Door News Dot. com, for more great interviews and stories and remember. Where the hunting the plains of Africa hiking the Appalachian trail or fishing, the Cortes American outdoor news has uncovered. Banks again..
"nicks" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Yes Sellersburg celebrate a birthday Stevie Nicks yeah the old weather relationship fails flying all over the place today I'm sure she's dancing around on birthday number seventy two you want to talk about what it's about relationship here we go all right here jointly with back together big Hollywood wanted Lindsey Buckingham because he was a fantastic guitar player still is to this day he said the only way I'm going to join Fleetwood Mac Stevie Nicks my my girlfriend would come along with this they were grouped together called Buckingham Nicks that's Fleetwood said well I you know I want Buckingham I guess all day yeah sure could bring along we'll figure it out so they both joined Fleetwood Mac they make one album together with the rest of please put back in and they split what and their they're both struggling with this relationship the band wants all ports next album on the island of Sausalito off the coast of San Francisco in separate cabins and with its seemingly being bachelor in paradise you know your hook ups going left and right between band members nobody was in a relationship Christine big B. was having an affair with the lighting director Hey there is this I was also legal to come up with the album rumors which basically is a total catharsis for the band and one of the first hits all the album rumors was this one go your own way written by Lindsey Buckingham out of the break up with his relationship with Stevie Nicks Stevie Nicks is singing lead on this song I.
"nicks" Discussed on ODDDIO Podcast
"And have fun with it and do your best and quote. It almost seemed like a coming out and many are quick to the point out that it's possible that Knicks denied it in the past out of pure fear fear for her safety and fear of sabotaging her then growing growing career and that by the time of two thousand and tens rolled around with the new millennium embracing more progressive views. She realized she had nothing to lose. A two thousand sixteen article in The New Yorker connects her decades of Feminine Mysticism as part of a legacy of witchy nece boldly embraced by younger Generations of female artists everybody from beyond say to churches to FDA twigs to grimes the idea of which he knows now equates equates with female empowerment wholeness and self knowledge it would seem as if things have come full circle. Perhaps at the end of the day Stevie Nicks Komo in her seventies doesn't need to call herself a witch. There are many who don't put a label on it for them. It's just a way of life. A path handed down from another for to be a true which is to be unconcerned with labels a natural which one that arises the nature and is at once one with nature to be a which is to be in tune with your natural power. Your unique magic in this spell called life in music that magic is persuasive and pervasive evasive. It's an audio spell. That people can feel in their bones before it leaves the brain fuzzy warm yet chilled and strangely range. -Ly wanting more ever more if this were the official definition of a witch then stevie nicks is indeed..
"nicks" Discussed on ODDDIO Podcast
"Quite managed to deeply permeate contemporary pop culture the way Stevie Nicks has what makes stevie nicks so appealing to not just her own boomer generation but also generations X Y and Z. Could it be her raspy completely unique singing voice it's arguably impossible to imitate. It's the kind of voice one would imagine the voice of a siren to be Powerful compelling disturbing and otherworldly a force of nature. Could it be her. Embrace of Pagan influenced iconography moons pyramids crystals and the like could it be her wardrobe flowing goddess like dresses and skirts. Lots of blace all black. Could it be her incessant twirling onstage. And how does she manage to do that in platform boots and not trip. Yup could it be her just being stevie Nicks the American music world's personification of Timeless Ultra Feminine Strength and resilience can her Lurgi attributed to any of those reasons or all of those reasons. And why do people still believe Stevie eighty next as a witch. Despite the fact that she has denied it perhaps her lyrics persona and legacy say otherwise. Whatever the answers to these these questions? She's helped to inspire a new generation of which he nece both onstage and offstage and what is witness what makes a witch which in the past which is were feared and destroyed their strength and courage were used as excuses to instill fear into the general population population by a growing patriarchy. That wanted power at any cost which is and any strong outspoken woman or systematically eliminated as a way of asserting control over said population burned at the stake tortured. The message was clear. This is what you get. Get when you mess with US okay. I took that quote from radiohead. But you know what I mean fast forward to today and we have a new generation influenced unst by me to black lives matter and Arab spring style protests across the globe this generation loves when be empowered Howard declares who and what they are maybe fans of her music and what she represents would love Stevie Nicks to proudly announce that she is indeed to which because they see that that which he nece as an empowered thing ironically the fact that they see that that which he has an empowered thing thing is in part thanks to her and her influence so is she a witch. Well let's look at the many which he elements she brings to the table. Let's start with her. The music without a doubt. Stevie Nicks is a brilliant singer-songwriter. She is the talent behind legendary songs. Such as landslide dreams uh-huh Gypsy and many more from fleetwood Mac. Her lyrics paint rich multilayered symbolic imagery that haunts the listener. Her voice as mentioned before is one of those once in a lifetime. Voices that you can either love it or hate it but you barely forget it because it stays with you like a hacks. And yet there's something about the incantations that are laced throughout her songs. Let's look at reaction. Probably her most famous song who can deny neither power of reaction. A song that Knicks used to say is about quote a Welsh witch and quote Rihan and which is actually a celtic goddess is also known as the Horse Goddess among other attributes. Could it be that. The repetition of the name Rianne throughout the song sets vibration with the energy of the goddess. That intern enchant the listener. Some of the songs which he lyrics go is followed. She is like a cat in the dark and then she is the darkness. And there's also a lyric that is actually more like an incantation. It goes dreams. UNWIND LOVES A STATE OF MIND and is repeated over and over and over again to see the power of the song. One can youtube youtube search a legendary nineteen seventy-six performance where Nick sings rhiannon before bursting into tongues while the band seems driven. By An occult force. It's almost as if Rianne the goddess herself descends and start speaking through Stevie Nicks while riding the wave of Song Oh performances like this caused mick fleetwood to say once that quote hurry in those days was like an exorcism and quote so. It's no wonder why this song is arguably one of the most successful fleetwood Mac songs of all time and that performance is only rivaled by another the performance of the song known as Sisters of the Moon which lyrics in this song include and a black widow spider makes more sound than she and Black Moon's in those is of hers made more sense to me and eventually in this performance. Knicks is literally speaking in tongues in one of the most visceral fleetwood MAC performances on youtube. And while it's important to note that Nicks herself admitted to being as high as a kite for these and most of those vintage performances. It is clear that substances did serve to dissolve any reservations to the essence essence of what she wanted to express. Let's take for example another song. Sarah Dreamy other-worldly. Sarah is like a diaphanous veil. Oh between worlds woven with mysterious lyrics that no one can seem to fully understand which he lyrics include and he was just like a a great dark wing within the wings of a storm aside from the bewitching effect of many of her songs the titles of songs and albums also bring Hocus pocus to mine song titles called Dreams Saucer or night bird mixed with album. Titles else like Bella Donna or crystal visions and then there's the iconography she surrounds herself with. There are props such as crystal balls else and moons in fact she has an affinity with the crescent moon and has been known to Gift Moon Necklaces to the women around her her. Whether they're friends family colleagues her mother even wore two moons around her neck. Stevie Nicks is also famous for the way she dances dances. It's her signature twirl that I'm talking about. She spins like a whirling dervish in music videos such as Gypsy and stand back Jack or famously onstage in platform heeled boots that must be at least five inches tall.
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"Now here I go again. I see the crystal visions. I keep my visions to myself. It's only me the WHO wants to wrap around your dreams and have you any dreams. You'd like to sell dreams of loneliness like a heartbeat drives you mad. Add in the stillness of remembering what you had and what you lost and what you had and what you lost. Thunder only happens when it's raining players only love you. When they're playing women they will come and they will go when the rain washes you clean? And you'll know hi I'm Hsun and you just heard the lyrics to a song called dreams as written by Stevie Nicks of the classic fleetwood Mac album rumors following our format for a previous episode about prints. We'll talk about stevie nicks her eternal pop culture appeal and her divine wittiness singer mystic poet her music magic compels generations. No one can deny that. She's a top notch singer songwriter as a prominent vocalist for the iconic band. FLEETWOOD MAC she was responsible for penning some of their more popular popular songs. After five years with Fleetwood Mac she launched a successful Solo career which continues to this day according to Wikipedia. Uh quote six of her eight studio albums reached the US top Tan. She has sold a certified ten million five hundred thousand albums albums in the US alone and approximately thirty million records worldwide and quote. She is the first woman to be inducted twice into the rock and Roll Hall of fame her influence on contemporary artists. Such as Lana del Rey. Harry Styles Vanessa Carlton just to name a few is extensive and in late two thousand nineteen. She recorded new music with Sheryl Crow and continues to be living breathing rock and pop legend but is the Stevie Nicks alert for due to just her indisputable talent or is there something more. You're something not so tangible or easy to put into words. There are many iconic rock goddesses. Who are still alive people? Like Chrissy hines or Tina. Turner Debbie Harry just to name three women who sold millions of records and broke. Many music industry molds but despite their achievements achievements they hadn't.