7 Burst results for "Niemi"
"niemi" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"It was just great how the whole thing went down in the end it might have helped both teams because who knows what happens now that that kid cockney emmy gets under rod brindamour like i feel his systems and the way he goes about things he could truly change guys game he could change the way approaches the game on and off the ice. Maybe that's what that kid needs to hit that next level that third wall potential but montreal getting divorced He's got a better player than they lost for. Now and recency biased. To cock niemi had a pretty good playoff like he started lighting it up. I think he set a record for goals scored by a centerman under the age of twenty years old was he not healthy scratched at one point in the playoffs. No he wasn't mcconnell's yeah. It was a bit of a roller coaster ride. But i think he was sort of a roller coaster ride in the playoffs but but overall game. He just hasn't developed turned into what he was drafted at third overall. Twenty-one during twenty one. That's the problem these days. Usually people get a little bit impatient with those high end picks and all these bus. 'cause he hasn't turned out. It's capo cocco. Everybody's writing him off because he hasn't had maybe the best success in new york in his first two seasons there. But you know there's plenty of plenty of development to go on and i'm sure rob brindamour will do a good job and getting through to him and and a lot less responsibility in as a winger then in the middle of the ice like playing center at the national hockey league level. There's just so many responsibilities and that's why said montreal gets better in this department he is. I described divorce back in his early. Career is is kind of a poor man's tura. he can kill penalties. He can contribute offensively. He gets offensively but defense is good. Yeah probably defensively as reliable kills penalties. Really good in the face off circle so i think this is a huge ad and and going back to a suzuki. It seems as though they think he's ready to step in and take on that number one center role so i think that's pretty pretty good one two punch in the in the little icing on the cake. Cherry on top is the fact that they got the four act walked in at. I think just over or million. For the i got that there's four years left at four point four or five million. He's got a modified no trade for the last two in also they gave up. I'm not mentioned a mantra gear. But i and i. I'm sorry i in twenty two and a second in twenty four so i've only deal when crunchy left and he's just lighten up back home. Check great to see when he left. It was kind of like all right. Well boston's going to go out and get divorced. I mean talk about some issues at center. The bruins i know. That's a different discussion but You heard right away like that. Divorce was going to be traded. It was just where and montreal. We lost talked me on me. Let's go get him so yeah interesting. Move but i offer sheets being signed a good thing for the game. So one thing that sucks for carolina to even moving forward. I guess they could offer them a longer term deal but if they want to qualify you gotta give them a little bit of a raise on the qualifier so at already at six million what he's going to be making this year like they kind of put themselves between a rock and a hard place. Now i'm sure what dell if it was not him at at all involved in this move and it wasn't fact ownership group you've got to imagine there's a massive amount of frustration giving up a first a third In order to acquire this guy that you're going to overpay you don't know where he fits on your lineup. He's not going to be playing the position there. It where he was last year and if he was playing center for that team he'd probably be third or fourth on the depth chart so just Just bizarro land move. That ended up coming back to bite him in the ass. Laura lee era. Leeann helping each other..
"niemi" Discussed on Tipsy Tales
"Good now i'm going to get one will happen to you. Nothing i just wanted to see if it was red. Please tell me. We cut that on their larionov. God i thought there was something wrong with it all right. That was hilarious. Nothing i just want to see if the if it was red and wanted to see if it absorbed. Don't red wine grapes. The i brought my amana freeze. Red grapes oh women with that's a bug it's jussi niemi. Don't make me laugh right. You made me laugh. You made me laugh. Our have to do is like twitch a little muscle hurt so bad. So eurico peeps. Are you ready here. We go all right so do it. The story comes from the book and real life. Exploits of the famous married couple. The rain and ed worn and they wrote 'while augustow that anyway. The rain is a demon manala gis clairvoyant and ed is a self proclaimed manala gist ghost investigator. So the two of them have founded the new england society for psychic research in nineteen fifty two. And it's the oldest ghost hunting group in england. Did you know that. I didn't know about them. Being the oldest yet that will well in new england in new england. I don't retain that chris kenney way asks with many other movies with their names attached to them. This movie was created from a book. They wrote called the devil in connecticut by so they are. I think they had just like a ghost. Writer or co writer called gerald brittle so they wrote about their experience with the glatzel family back in nineteen i think it was nineteen eighty. I am nineteen ninety-one on here. But i think it was. Nineteen eighty eighty. We'll just say the eighties okay. The book was removed from publication. Really so it's really hard to find. Okay if you can find it at all then good for you but then stopped the making of this film. Although the warren's will say things in the film are not exactly how it happened because of course. Hollywood had to add right. They're always do. Yeah that have to wear add. They're like jump scary things. Would they call them pop. I don't know their jump scarce. Anyway add drama to it. Yeah are like the jump scares scarce anyway as if in real life it wasn't terrifying enough because if you listen to as lorraine's account of everything is pretty fucking scary right and so we're gonna delve into that anyway. According to the story given during an interview so on the rain have their own little talk. Show like thing you know. That's like a little youtube channel. Talk show thing and they have a monitor that t ask them questions back in the day. 'cause they both asked away aware no yell. They're both girl. Yeah they're both gone. The afterlife no but they have on youtube they have like their own like these two really love themselves and so they have this monitor. The is interviewing them about this. So i i literally got it from the horse's mouth. Yeah all the information cool. 'cause i watched these interviews with them. Then they did another interview with like it. Looks like a college campus type interview with like a young girl and she is interviewing them and every time..
"niemi" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of all of the colonies. Certainly of all of the 13 the richest one. So that rich that wealth That extraordinary wealth. Anybody that's been to Charleston has seen all of those glorious houses on Bay Street and so on, and so forth all of that money. Came from Rice. And all of that rice was grown by people of African descent. Another ingredient that I loved. Watching you interact with in the market was Yem. You describe them as Harry Elephant feet, which, like there's this humongous pile of them, and that's exactly what they look like. And I think Watching you sort of pick one up, I realized, um you know, you're sort of dispelling this myth that we in America. We use the term yams all the time in her sort of interchangeably with sweet potatoes. But unless we've been interacting with Harry Elephant feet in our kitchen, we have not been using yams and I Have never cooked with one. I don't think I've ever tasted one. And so I'm so curious if you would describe for me. What? What a yam. What a real true yem tastes like And and how does it taste different from sweet potato? It's very different from sweet potato. It's more like a white potato and Irish potato. It is, um I'm it's not as necessarily flavorful as Say a Yukon Gold potato. It's more maybe. Like, uh, It's not a starchy is an Idaho potato, but if you kind of took a little of that together, it's um if you've had Niemi In In Latino Latina. Next cooking, you would have had, um, I am because they're used in other parts of the hemisphere there there used throughout the Caribbean. They're part of what in Jamaica called ground provisions. Um, in the Hispanic world. They're called beyond us. Um, and there are even people who are specialized in Roots and tubers. I used to jokingly refer to roots the vegetable saga as opposed to the Alex Haley book, um, as something that it almost requires being born into. You have to know them well, because you can confuse or if you're not sure of them. Yams and cassava. Yams and well, there's something called Coco Yam. There's something called a does and the names will change depending on the location and the language and you can get you can just get lost in down the rabbit hole in all of these hairy tubers. But, um, the yams that we saw or that we will. Hopefully, your your listeners will see in the in the darkest series in that Steven Satterfield and I saw in the market in Benin were true yams and They are. They're starchy. They're often pounded into a MASH, which is sometimes called full full. Um, it is perfect. They they sometimes can get a little elasticity to them as they get pounded. They are. They're delicious. I mean, they're delicious. It's a perfect kind of vehicle for a sauce. Oh, it sounds delicious. I can't wait to try it one day, but and you did mention that now they're sometimes being grown in some of the tropical climates like Florida. And so there is a chance that you know, we we might be able to find them somewhere in this country in New York, or, you know, if you get to New York, I'll show you some if you're in Florida there in the market, and they're probably or possibly, I wouldn't I wouldn't know. But if you've got an African market if you've got a Latina next market, you just go ask for and yama or yams. And you know if they hand you something that looks like a sweet potato, give it back. Okay, That's that's a good waiter. That's a good way to know. Um I love this moment when you were just describing You know the sort of the way that there's this exchange of, um you know, culinary traditions across the world, and these tubers sort of made their way to South America and and and the Caribbean and That sort of is something I've always been really curious about in cooking is geography and history and the culinary sort of connecting the dots and, um I'm so curious for you if you would describe a moment. Maybe when up in one of your first travels to Africa when You ate a dish and you had sort of a light bulb moment. And you were like, Oh, this is just like this thing. That I've been eating my whole life at home. And you kind of realized this is where it came from. My lightbulb moment was more with a combination of tastes than with a particular I mean, it was a combination of tastes in a particular dish. But before we get onto that, I want to give you the last African ingredient that we always forget, and we don't see it necessarily in the market in the video. Or in the dark, you series, but, um But it is coffee. We forget what coffee comes from the Ethiopian highlands. And so you've got all of those things. So that's a major Democrat itude. I just wanted to say, you know, for those of us who needed to, you know, to function and actually Cola. Those people who drink Coke. The original recipe for Coca Cola required Kola Nuts also something native to the African continent. So there's a lot of stuff there that we We think of, and I don't necessarily think of as being from the continent. Okay, that being said the dish, probably. Is some things called chicken Yassa. Or pulling Ghana Yes, again now, which is a Senegalese dish, and Senegal was my entrance point into sub Saharan Africa. I've been to Northern Africa for Several years, maybe even a decade before I went to subsidize or in Africa for the first time, and, um I don't remember how I've got there, but I remember flying. And sitting next to a lady who was Market woman and as we were landing, she's sort of than Senegalese market women as market women. I'm pretty much around the world can be imperious. I mean, there are some Haunting ladies. They, you know, they have presence. Um And she just pulled out her passport, pulled the landing card out and plunked it down on my tray table and and sort of looked at me and it meant it meant fill this out for me. And I realized maybe not at the moment, but certainly there After that she was not able to read her, right. She was negotiating all of this amazing International travel. You're listening to Jessica B. Harris in conversation with Samina Sra. This is city arts and lectures..
"niemi" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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"niemi" Discussed on The Site Shed
"Business unanimity. The prices show yeah. I don't think that's one of things i think. Initially when you're starting out or the goal is while i wanna want us evolve. One eight dollars left for beijing Sort of as you get a little bit more in a business like off. Anyway that you kinda like the the legacy sought things has become more and more evident lack of sort of now. I really want to add value to the tribes in that kind of thing and it's sort of taken over us by traumatic mutual goal of The family but i'm curious like we've lock you assigned when you're young. I'm guessing because the reason that you need to branch out is largely because of the population is that if a similar tight growth in a specific area of abuse law to a certain level anyway. So how did you decide. Let's go into these so it's going to that like what sort of what was that. Just an observation Things that you a sense of young. We'll be the. 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"niemi" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"Calling but that things cut and dry. Yeah i agree. I i think i'd go go a game or two as well. I think You know there's not a lot of history there. So if he's tom wilson i'd probably go considerably more than that but i would have gone a game or two just because the intent. Was there a some people going. Well cocky niemi got got up right away and maybe didn't land. The blow is as hard as he thought. He would but I i think you have to penalize. To some degree the intent and the intent there was a an upset hockey player is teams getting worked. And i don't know if kotkin yemi had done something to provoke earlier. I only saw the highlight but This was clear intent. He was he really wanted to take his elbow and do damage right and so even though he didn't really do damage delivered kotkin yummy. Was that bad off. So what you penalize. The intent is what could have happened. Is the guys out on his feet. He lands on his face on the ice. It could have been really really ugly in the nhl has to deal with it in those terms but instead they worry. Oh well you know. Little bobby got You know oiler tickets not that not that the tickets to be had but generally that seems to be the way they deal with it. They don't wanna take their stars out of the lineup. because their fans loved the superstars. Well so what is part of the deal. Trade happen Injuries happen guys. Come out of the lineup. All the time and suspensions at part of that as well the fan base understands that completely. Yup and i agree right. The the league saying okay. Don't you know we'll try our best to not to take you out of games okay. We don't we don't want to be the one to do that right but but you know. Don't you do it okay. Don't don't make it easy for us. You know and then kick your your you know everyone freaking out kicking and screaming you know. You can't suspend that guy he can suspend the guy. Well it's okay. We can't on a fifty fifty call but let's have a look at that thing again. you know. give us a break. Give me a break. And that whole argument. Steve about you know where the guy got up right away and didn't get hurt. You know so you you you gotta give them less of a penalty less of a suspension less of a fine right. That that's the equivalent steve of driving impaired smashing someone head on hitting someone had on 'cause you're drunk and nobody got hurt in there and then them saying okay. Well we're not going to give him the the fold deal here with the law because nobody got hurt you know or texting and driving smashing into someone you know is you know she. You should have your license suspended for that stuff. You know what. I mean absolutely. Yeah it's just it's just a dumb argument you know the that the guy didn't get that hurt so you know no penalty. He also should be careful too. Because i mean part of the reason we have. Suspensions is know you're looking after player safety and the players that the league is always most were worried about is the safety of guys like connor. Mcdavid like the elite of the elite. Maybe the greatest hockey player not just now. But maybe ever. That's a discussion you can have in the in. The league wants to make sure that guy stays healthy and now he's going to run around and behave like that. I think you start to put a target on yourself. If you're going to start doing things like that. If you want target to be on you know not that. I know that mcdavid gets targeted enough. And that's part of the whole fighting thing to You eliminate fighting than it's kind of open season on guys like mcdavid but you know we talk about brad marchand. Who's another elite player. Nobody thinks twice about running that guy because he's a weasel himself Not seeing mcdavid is anywhere close to that. Obviously but you do that kind of thing enough like he did in that game on tuesday night against montreal. The target will come right. Here's the here's the bigger problem steve. So if i was the commissioner right. And i'd say whoa. Whoa whoa here. You're not giving that guy suspend what happens tonight. Stephen the games when guys start flying around there with their elbows up you know and aiming guys heads and you know they call a penalty or other. They're going to suspend the guy and he just takes that snapshot of connor mcdavid right and brings it in and goes. You can't suspend me for that right right. So it's setting them back man it's set in the back and like i say all they want is a clear cut thing and they got a clear cut thing to to make a statement. I normally agree with you if the nhl department of player safety was run by logic you could absolutely bring still f- still photo of economy gave and say well you. That was five thousand dollar fine. And i did the same thing Villagers say well. That's connor mcdavid. That's the reality. He's connor mcdavid and year Billy galardo right so right right. It's really you might as well not find him. That's a singer. Lisa great five grand. I find him at all. I don't know what the amount is fifty. Jeez that's pretty stiff. Fine i guess you know. Let's five grand. That's it stupid. That's the max. Can you believe that. Five thousand dollars is the absolute max that you can throw at a player and a player like connor. Mcdavid makes the doe. He does that's just something. He could easily find under his couch. I'd be running around all day all day with my elbows. Way up in the air. Know the economy's twenty games five the cosmic hundred grand and he can elbow someone in the head every game for the next twenty now. Speaking of superstars. I'm keen to hear your reaction to erik carlson. News conference a couple of days ago. He's as a standard zoom deal. He's by himself in front of the microphone. The cameras trained on them. Were watching on zoom and in the report is get to ask their questions on the one hand. The guys like munching on an apple into the microphone. And then on top of that. A san jose reporter as soon as a san jose report. I really don't know has as he has. This is a question to one of the best defenseman of his generation. Eric the best office game ever hauled goals and essentially trick win the game winner. The not even close shank one loud apple. We didn't dr the audio on that at all but honestly i thought that was outstanding. Yeah i'm on. i'm with you on that. I'm with you on that. I feel for those guys what they have to go through every every game after every game especially i don't i don't think san jose's planning that well are they They have no right and an air. Carl not exactly lighting it up these days either right right so you probably don't wanna take that answer when your team shitty. You probably don't wanna it's like really dude. Are you going to you know. Is this really the time for me to be bragging about good games or not. So i get. The apple thing is like what that would drive me bananas. If i was you know the press of the media guy for the team you know who's constantly trying to line up interviews right for the press yet. These guys give me a break. Val you mean break. I thought it was funny. Now is answer. I love his answer. You not even close. Not even close. Jared great answer. It was dismissive in everything is a bit rude. I suppose but you know it's it's also a little bit rude to not know air. Carlson is this guy. Is i think He's got to norris trophies. He's been runner up on a couple of occasions he's had it was like one year. I think it was run. Two thousand sixteen. He closed out the year. Like fourth overall. Not not among defensemen fourth overall in nhl scoring with eighty two points. And all. so it's basically my point is it's a. It's a hockey reporter. Who's not really doing his homework and asking a question like that and the guy didn't tune off forever. Is you have any idea who i her. Carlson and your some two bit reporter doesn't know anything about hockey. I think he accomplished all that with those three little words. Not.
"niemi" Discussed on First & 10s
"All right, let's get into offsides and Amy when you see headlines like these I'm about to read to you Tiger Woods Is a long uncertain road ahead after car crash emergency doctors say Tiger Woods doesn't remember being in the car crash. Sheriff says and Tiger Woods aware crash puts career in life. According to a report. It's astonishing to me. Like when you see the pictures of the car, that's all mangled. I know if you look close up in one of the shots, you can see like some actual blood online a airbag that detonated on the driver's side and you know, you initially look at that and you remember the reports were pouring through Tiger Woods in an accident. And of course everybody's like what the fuck is going on and you know, he immediately with stuffed surgery and they're talking about, you know, a specific leg of his that is like completely smashed demolish broke and battered in several places. And when you look at the overall picture of a guy like tiger who's battled, I mean back issues and Niemi go down the list then this it's like then you see those headlines and you're left going. How did we get here? Yeah, it's AB song. Really gut-wrenching like I couldn't talk about it for an entire day because I was like this guy has been through so much and this was like a legitimate accident like he he just was probably driving too fast. And it's just the road was really Steep and you probably didn't realize how steep it was and you know crashes car. I mean could happen to anybody right and you know, so many people are so quick like with the headlines of his career his career his career. I mean, that's the last thing on my mind is his career. Well, did you ever see the first thing on my go ahead sorry real quick and I'm glad you're bringing up the the court of public opinion about these people that were saying. Hey, did you guys check out the interview with Jim Nantz? He didn't look right. He looked fucked up. He looked sick. Did you see all this that people were so the clip of him and Jim Nantz talking about recently. I it was like over the weekend or something. He was being interviewed by Jim Nantz and tiger. Yes looked tired. All of us look, like people were trying to like they were they were isolating the clip and then they just had Picture in like an unflattering, like look if they took a still shot of this right here on zoom out of nowhere contacts were our faces are frozen and weird-looking and look you and I look tired almost every day because we're fucking tired almost every day off right one could easily go. Wow those to be on a bender. Wow, life's not looking good for all this shit in the narrative that started immediately was is he on something? Did you see? Yeah, and that's just, you know, because of past history, you know of what has happened but you know, you just got out of back surgery a few weeks ago. So yeah, he's going to look tired. He's recovering from another back surgery them like his sixth or seventh back surgery. So, you know, and of course everybody's like, oh was he taking no opioids or narcotics for his back, you know blah blah. Oh, you know, he had an accident and he wrecked his car and he's off to be alive..