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Raanta stops 25 shots in Coyotes' 2-1 win over Islanders

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Raanta stops 25 shots in Coyotes' 2-1 win over Islanders

"Eight two Ron to stop twenty five shots in Conor garland scored his team leading twenty if Colin the coyote second street when two to one over the islanders garlands one timer in the third period gave Arizona to nothing lead Clayton Keller also scored to help the coyotes pull within two points of Vegas in Edmonton for first place in the Pacific Division the islanders our own three on their four game road trip they went one hundred sixty six minutes without a goal until entity by villi a beat writer with thirteen eighteen remaining I'm Dave Ferrie

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"one hundred sixty six minutes" Discussed on KQED Radio

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16:51 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred sixty six minutes" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's the California report magazine I'm such a coca and on this week's show well here about how a Lake County artist is locked in a battle with the corporation over who owns the image of a cultural icon Frida Kahlo these are my images from my imagination I'm planning a public figure I I don't know what I'm doing wrong we'll meet a guy so obsessed with the film by Michael Mann he's created a fan base podcast that's got Hollywood talking he used the phrase that complement your obsessions and from one of the most mysterious and obsessive Phil Mike is that is that ever walked the face of the earth to complement your sessions pretty special plus how the San Gabriel Valley became the home base for one of the world's most popular condiment sarocha every I don't know every I'm such a code that and this is the California report magazine your state your story I'm standing here in twenty four street this is the mission district of San Francisco and it's for a lot next arts and culture and everywhere I look I see three that column there are mugs in Sachsen mouse pads and earrings and key chains you name it everything seems to be in blaze and with the iconic Mexican artist space free that's brand has become big business multi nationals like we maker Mattel cashing in with the freedom but some of the smaller artist since we're making a living selling free that inspired artwork online are finding themselves going head to head against major corporations as key committees Khloe Feldman reports the battle brings up complex questions about the ownership of images of cultural heroes in the digital age Chris Miller has been painting whimsical portraits of Frida Kahlo for the past twenty years the Brazilian born artist bring some of her work along to show me when we meet they have a home in Lake County this one she's very draining which is something I love to do I need to do for my work this is based on one of her paintings but of course it's got my own flair she says she isn't a particularly religious person but she sometimes offers up a press to Frida I tell her I say you know I'm not doing this for me I'm doing this for you so you know stand with me hold my hand because it is scary Chris is timid and elfin with dark eyes and a wide expressive mouth she certainly doesn't look like the type who'd launch legal proceedings against a powerful multinational yet she is suing the company that claims to own the Frida Kahlo brand is awesome but also because of my height in centimeter back in background this is a clip from the only known recording of free to callers voice it was made in the nineteen fifties she's describing the great Mexican muralist Diego Rivera stylist hands the two were a couple but he was much more famous during free does lifetime than she was it wasn't until the nineteen seventies more than twenty years after her death that Frida Kahlo biographies began to appear lifting her out of obscurity a painting started to fetch millions of dollars at auction then in two thousand two came the release of the freedom biopic starring Salma Hayek you've been my comrades fellow artist my best friend but you've never been life even before the movie came out Chris mellow was among the many artists he found a way to capitalize on all the freedom mania in two thousand one after noticing Frida inspired products on eBay Chris set up her own online store fronts she started selling magnets tote bags and other everyday goods decorated with images inspired by her favorite artist I mean I would refresh the computer every time and they would be a new bid to was amazing was so good but then something changed around two thousand for a businessman based in Venezuela by the name of Carlos Toronto also sold there was money to be made from Frida he teamed up with the artists niece is older P. ida caller to launch the Frida Kahlo corporation he registered dozens of freedom related trademarks and sets about licensing pile of much Frida tequila Frida tweezers kind of weird given her iconic unibrow answer those Frida Bobby dole's a the owners who have a piece of Frida Kahlo don't want our you'll day today that's Frida Kahlo corporation representative trees all the raw data speaking with NPR in twenty eighteen about the freedom Bobby she declined an audio interview for this story but I reached out to her because while this company was making make it deals with the likes of Mattel they will also trying to get individual artists to pay them for the right to sell their aunts they did this by entering into licensing partnerships with the online market places where artists were sending that Frida Kahlo centric work this did not sit well with Chris Miller we have been selling food of all these years with no problem and now they want us to pay them to sell Freda's these are our work we don't have to say she ignored those messages but there were others she couldn't ignore hold on a second Chris scroll through her messages until she finds the relevant one there we go this is October the tenth two thousand eleven I believe this was my first notice it concerns a greeting card design Chris head up loaded to Zazzle one of the online market places where she sells her work it features one of her child like colorful Frida portrays titled tiny Frida Kahlo they sent me an email saying that I was violating trade marks at the time and they're gonna take it down this was the first of many such emails promptly followed by take downs what was weird was that the sites once removing all of Chriss Frida inspired creations just some of them Chris says the decision seemed frustratingly random so I was mad from the get go it wasn't just Chriss finances that took a hit her health did too she felt depressed and helpless I stopped painting Frida for awhile because if this is gonna be happening why am I going to paint more Chris is situation was far from unique when she went looking on social media she discovered many other makers dealing with similar frustrations like New Jersey artist when Cemal vented her feelings in a video on Instagram red bubble is taking down designs a left and right and all without giving creators a full explanation of what is going on in an email Frida Kahlo corporation wrapped their trees all around okay rotech company's mission is to quote protects the Frida Kahlo legacy and she denied taking artists work down technically that's true they don't do it directly the corporation uses a brand protection agency to troll the web looking for potential trademark violations the agency's technology alerts Zazzle red bubble and other web sites when it finds a red flag and then those sites take the work down we're not in a position to be the legal arbiter on the platform instead red bubble C. E. O. Barry Newstead says he trusts rights holders like the Frida Kahlo corporation to do they do diligence as their responsibility to ensure that they are they're actually requesting stuff to be taken down that is he is actually infringing but sometimes the technology takes stuff down that's not infringing because his the thing trademarks protect words and images that help to find a company brand for certain types of products and services not all things and the Frida Kahlo corporation does not own all things Frida Kahlo just the stuff in the product line safe trademarked including in some cases the use of her name that doesn't necessarily include artist Chris Miller's work so that's why she suing the corporation in federal court in San Francisco these are my images from my imagination I'm planning a public figure I I don't know what I'm doing wrong and in fact the Frida Kahlo corporation agrees sort of in legal documents it acknowledged Chriss work was removed from the website's in era and promptly reinstated then it changed its position and said some of the takedowns may be legally justifiable and some may not but what ever they say the take down notices keep coming intellectual property law is really complicated the legal shenanigans governing trade marks a tricky enough on their own and additional laws come into play when Alton famous figures are involved like copyright Lauren celebrity rights I talked to many attorneys in an effort to make sense of it all but our hearts they say Christmas story points to a larger issue when it comes to the digital marketplace corporations can wield tremendous power they can assert rights they may or may not legally possess plus you have layers of middle men and technologies that sometimes get it wrong that's why artists like Chris and now testing that power in the courts to help keep some of our most important public figures like Frida Kahlo in the public space for the California reports I'm Corey Feldman the Academy Awards are coming early this year in just a few weeks and for those of us watching at home on TV it's a chance to see cinemas behind the scenes creators step into the spotlight as well as the stars for most of us this is as close as we'll get to the people who make the movies we love but for a rare few sometimes the Gulf between fame and fandom gets unexpectedly bridged reporter Carly Severn brings us the story of one man whose obsession with the ultimate LA film led to an encounter straight out of the movies I relate back to profound relief when it when it's signing it's like right now for the next one hundred sixty six minutes nothing else in the world is going to matter except he this is Blake how he's a ricin movie fanatic and podcaster not here but in Sydney Australia and the thing he's talking about is how it feels to hear this the opening music to the movie that changed his life even if you think you haven't seen trust me you still probably knows it back in nineteen ninety five action movie with Dinero as a meticulous LA bankrolled planning the heist of a lifetime I think schools which is trying to stop Al Pacino volatile called consumed by his directed by Michael Mann who also made last Mohicans and cultural heat is loud and bombastic it drips with Matisse mark for the first time America's most electrifying actors could live it's a portrait of dark dangerous Los Angeles radiates a weird kind of on wheat but you don't often find an action thriller which might be a reason that in the quarter century since its release he has developed a cult following after let's flash back to our lead character Blake how it growing up the straight in suburbs and discovering on VHS heats vision of LA the sprawling place where people leave but also that felt so dilapidated felt like it was empty this ally the lonely industrial landscapes and those roads reminded him a lot of his hometown Sydney and is Blake grew older his obsession with heat only grew it became not only this ferociously entertaining crime film but it had this existential and philosophical underpinnings that kind of enriched every viewing every single time I found something you think life can I will count on the thirty seconds flat if you spot the around the corner I never could satiate each to continue talking about it fast forward to adult like in twenty seventeen he's parlayed his obsession into a career as a part time movie critic but is finding himself a creative impasse on one night in Sydney he's talking with a friend about what he should do next with his life and eventually he was like not what do you want to do it and then it occurred to me also struck me a black lightning I said I just want to talk about hate every day best and worst thing that he did for me in that moment was guy that'd be some not listen to and so Blake was his preoccupation as many folks do in the twenty first century into a hot cast one dedicated to exploring his beloved movie minute by minute and so was bone this is one eight minute drop of a hat these guys rock he gets his straining in right to friends is gas in the absence of rough around the edges and scrappy initially like isn't so convinced anyone but his buddies are gonna be into it so here we are they were very first minute and managing close your eyes December nineteen ninety five and this film came yeah that turns out a lot of people really like he's so much so that strangers start downloading this exhaustive homespun fan podcast and then the guest list for his podcast grows into the heavy hitters critics like Manila Doggett said the New York times scraping in to dissect the dialogue the style the symbolism one movie and that is a really telegraphing moment yes that's when we are beginning the ending of the movie with Vincent's hand on that gun I like that Blake it's people like down to the **** the cinematographer on heat the guy who created those iconic shots of Los Angeles is that allows movie making landed way and is this podcast episodes climb over one hundred there is still one unfathomable dream in the back of Blake's mind far fetched fantasy that is the very last one heat minute gassed for the very last minute the movie would be is idle the director Michael Mann himself and then and then amazingly it became a reality ladies and gentlemen please welcome the amazing alt behind this incredible I've this model man Michael Mann welcome to one eight minute great thanks very much later than than the former I was nervous also like all my god this is actually happening but when we started talking I don't think I've ever been more confident in any interview that I've ever undertaken the results a famously obsessive filmmaker discussing his movie about obsessive ma'am with the guy who is so obsessed with it that he's made almost two hundred podcast episodes on it and Michael Mann is into it it shall come completely insane totally wonderful way in fact he's running this thing about filming that powerful final minutes web Chino engineer a face off in LA acts and only one survived.

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"one hundred sixty six minutes" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

14:14 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred sixty six minutes" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Tickets are ten bucks, and they are taking on the Boston pride and this game will have you tied for second. If you can pull it off coach and general manager, Cody McCormick big weekend for the for the girls, really big build up to it. We had last week. Obstacle focus for the past two weeks. It's been does Boston game coming up three games in hand on Minnesota Whitecaps their first in the league with twenty points. So big weekend in db. Hey, three wins. Everybody your three they called they called that a winning streak. Yeah. The reason we've been fortunate right now everybody's buying. Unbelievable for us. It's just a it's a good atmosphere out here right now, he's saying all the right things. Hey, guys. He's he sound is here too, politically guy. So diplomatic Cody. You've changed its official. You've changed your title. Yeah. Probably the first time since I've decided I had to fight a lot. Yeah. Yeah. How are how are you? Sorry. No, go ahead. I was just gonna ask him ribs. And I were just talking to you know, what the sabers need right now. What do they they need Cody McCormick? They need you ride shotgun with Larsen and Gerguson 's I think I think that's exactly what they need right now. I miss it as even know Paul. I think those players are pretty good players on that team. I don't know if I keep up anymore. Oh, I think. I don't know. I still remember that spin around top shelf goal. I think at home against Carolina top corner, and that was early on that was early on that was before my thirty. But I'm not just saying this because cody's here, but players were afraid to play against Cody McCormick. I mean, he was a guy that would give you the honest effort. If you win the corner with Cody McCormick, you knew he was there. And if you wanted to drop the glove with them, you also knew he was there, and he could also chip in offensively. Which is exactly I think what they're looking for that winger with Gerguson Larson while you're looking at a guy that's noses role number one. The most important thing, Cody, you're great skater. You were a great skater when you played in the league, you'd have absolutely no problem playing in this league now, but you knew your role, you're highly physical. You had the skill to make plays. You would fight for your teammates. I mean, this is I truly believe that paulie. And I were just talking that you would be. The exact player that would disables would really benefit from having a lot of love for Cody alive right now. But I'm dead serious. When I say that I appreciate the kind words. Yeah. I guess I kind of was able to evolve into a role year with the way the game was changing while I was playing my career. I look back on it. I did some of the jobs other players didn't want to do. So I think that helps keep me around as long as it did feel comfortable when I was in the lead. And I always hear that somebody is trying to on my heels willing to take my job. So that was something that I brought into every game every season. So I guess that was a part of my motivation Artemije way. My purpose wasn't elite. Do you say that to your players, Cody? But there's always somebody ready to take your job. I would definitely say it right now. It wasn't really a a message. I've used yet. But I we have a great group right now. So it's I haven't really mentioned anything like that. Just the group that we have I I really notice what this group is how close they are hockey club. And I've seen being with the never seen on any other any other team are played with or or played again. It's a real positive. It's real positive and the real. And like I said there's just so happy for each other on any level letters a small player goal. They're really really positive towards each other. That's something that I have seen on every hockey club. I've been on what kind of practices are you bringing to the table coach or you you grinding them down with some tough NHL drills. You you you bring in any. Mark Crawford stuff. What are you doing? I the only one that I've had. When I had a challenge. Everything's kind of structures that we're learning at the same time as. We're working. So it's something I thought of when I when I came into this role that I wanted to make sure that I was implementing stuff that was something that they can learn also say, I guess at the end of the day. Coacher gentleman of as you're trying to create an atmosphere for these players to succeed. That's that's how I look at this as as role. My my question to you is I you know, when you were when you were hired to be the head coach of this hockey team super excited for at the rank quite a bit. But I was really excited for you. And my first question that came to my mind was how do you deal with women like how do you deal? I like you do you approach this the same way that you have with dealing with teammates in the locker room. How you talk to them. Or is it a little bit different in the way that the approaches as as a coach with the women hockey players. I think you you kind of mentioned it with. I just how I handle me. And and I I was a positive player. I was kind of a guy in the real I tried out a connection with everybody and how that communication, and that's what I was trying to bring to this team. It's not just medication. On their play communication on. What's going on outside of the inside of the? That's something. I thought it was a player in connected with older players when I was younger older gentleman all the young guys different ways. So that's kind of my how how I coach this. I try to be positive. I I can. But at the same time, there's definitely things taught and teach them in a proper manner. Coach and general manager, Cody McCormick. Joining us right now of the buffalo beauts and they play the Boston pride on Saturday. That's January twenty six one thirty pm at the harbour center in its military appreciation day, gone out. And support the women. They are killing it right now. Three in a row and they're chasing the Minnesota Whitecaps for first place three games in hand. What's how's it? Feel running a power play. Cody. I mean. I don't wanna hit the elephant in the room here. You know, what I'm hearing you're rolled over the boards. When the old play was. Was in the is where the NHL. But no is it is it fun being able to come up with systems in penalty kill and power play. And just be able to you know. Well with the power play. It's it's something with the penalty. Kill. I always thought that I always. I guess as a student and GM wanted to know what they were gonna do before. I went out there. So that's a lot of video, and it really you're find turn off with your coach, so many things that you cross your mind. In a day even away from the rent here. You're always thinking of the hockey are always trying to ways to approve the group. And that's that's my mindset. Southern every won't turn off. And I enjoy what about your goalie situation. How do you handle the goalies, Cody? I mean, you have Nicole Hensley who a hell of a goalie, and you have Shannon's who's actually going to play in this three-game series against the US. But that's gotta be. That's gotta be a tough decision to be able to tell an Olympian that you're not playing or another Olympian that you're not playing it. They work so well together and they complement each other. So well, it's definitely. Choice. And right now, we've been just having a schedule in front of us, especially to the schedule to have that had both those players and in our in our dresser on the ice, the players know, they have that last line is offense that's crucial for us. Our best killers surpassed games, Cody. So when you when you took over this team, you've you've been coach of the team for three games and in those three games. Others been. Undefeated, by the way, he's undefeated. Go ahead. No, no. I lost a lot the first one. Oh, you weren't. I thought you didn't coach the first game. No. Well, I didn't coach the first gamble. I am on the bench. We lost Minnesota to one. Sorry. Carry on ref. Okay. Great. So what I'm trying to say is in the games that you have coached, you know, you've had fifteen goals for and three against you know, what what what are you what what's going on here? What are you implementing in your in your system, or are you changing the systems like because now these these women just seem like they can find the net, and they're also playing outstanding defense they're buying into the structure that I've tried to and at no time in my trying to take any of their creativity way. But at the same time, let's play within the structure capitalize off of off of those positions. And it's kind of a defense first eventuality where we don't want to have so many odd player Russia's against us. And that way we can attack from the top when there are breakdown. So it's it's something that I thought of while I while I was doing some research on the team. And I'm the league, what's what's been working? So. What we practice every day in getting a it's it's what we're gonna do going forward. Cody McCormick Koto Pammy response of you Ben with their work ethic in the summertime, I probably four or five of them work out in the same gym than I do. It's unbelievable. What they do in the gym. And how hard they work. That's one thing that struck me as I said, it's only four or five of the players. I haven't seen the whole team. But how impressive you've been with their work ethic. It's amazing. It's something that's never even considered to be address from practice to the weight room to the on ice, James. So you mentioned the structure and how some of this stuff has to work through hard work, and they're right on board. They're fighting into it. And it's never even crossed my mind after ever questioned how hard they work Cody McCormick coach and general manager of the buffalo beauts Saturday one thirty pm Boston pride at the harbour centre its military appreciation day with the beauts. Go check it out. Tickets are ten dollars, Cody McCormick. As I mentioned joining us. A I gotta ask you something you, and I were talking this morning. Change gears. Here's get changed gear. Here's change gears here a little bit, Cody. Let's go back to your junior days. You love telling junior stories, so it's all star break in the NHL. And we we know we weren't all stars in the NHL. But you still you still dwelling over a snob. Maybe back in the day. Yeah. Maybe I guess everyone else starts up at Princeton to my last year at June. I was having a pretty. Wasn't selected for the all star game my mind. Yeah. There was a lot of great players selected by some at the end of the year. I was first team. All so I think back to it. I'm like who was doing this election here if first team all syrupy another day, and I couldn't make Twenty-three roster out of the Eastern Conference. So that's kind of what I go back to every time. I hear also. But yeah, like, you said I love telling those stories, especially that was my best year at so were over ager. I was I was drafted in the fifth round science. And what's the pro before? I know I know you played you obviously made it to the NHL we know that. But did you ever think about like did you ever chance to go to college back in the day was college route ever an option? No, it was never even really I never even thought it was an option growing up where I grew up in. There was only Chow will just on everybody's mind. Right. And I I was never approached by a school and and being around the harbour center is the buffalo. You're sabres. It's it seems like that's the number one out here. Obviously. I was never really had a chance to consider it. It's crazy. What about you did rip didn't you? Yeah. I had you know, when I so here's the thing when I was younger I didn't get drafted as an underage draft pick at sixteen. I was just too small and too light. So I got drafted the next year when I was seventeen and when I was sixteen I played junior b in berry for the berry colts, which is now a junior eighteen but it used to be a junior b team that year. I had a lot of. D one college is very interested. So I chose to go to the shell. And. It was a it was a good path for me. But. Typically when you grow up in Ontario. You're you're pretty much saturated with the OH L wrote. And because I think we all looked at junior players the way you looked at the centennial. God's to me. I mean, I just remember showing up and seeing those guys, you know, we would have a practice and these guys would be working out in stretching in the hallway. And I was just an odd. Coda you grew up in London. Did you ever go watch the London knights? Yeah. We did. I grew up just outside of London in a small town about bridges, but we had we had a couple of junior teams junior b teams and junior teams. But I kind of went to watch a little more. But I definitely got up to some the London knights games. Watching those guys. Nick dodger har- re Fateh just what he was a scientist. I on the ice. Why? Kinda got addicted to going and watching those games imagine Rico Fata today. Yeah. This was this. This game was built from right now. Yeah. You'd love his stat line is last year in junior sixty nine points one hundred sixty six minutes in penalties. No. I know. I mean, sixty Hammy, thanks. Why don't you want your question for you? Cody. It says.

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"one hundred sixty six minutes" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred sixty six minutes" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The left of whole thing shutout streak came to an end at one hundred sixty six minutes forty two seconds here the first period he's shutout tampa bay in game six and then again in the clinching game seven did not have a shutout during the regular season this straw is one by the goal tonight's out for miller let's the puck around behind the washington ferrara's audit their final minute second period garad and eller or cavs in our kicks the puck long brought all over him out for forty five seconds the battle continues man it's worked out to the left point four shot by mcnabb which was blocked by wilson at the flex out of play kenny you mentioned hopi this is his eighth season as a professional is one of the best nutro fee has a as the nhl best goaltender but this was his worst year statistically he never really seemed to get it together and going down the stretch the second half of the season group our the backup was the was the best goaltender and that's why hope he didn't start the playoffs as the number one goaltender buddy berry trots kept a real good open relationship with hope he kept on working on his game working at it he inserted him in in the playoffs the third period of game number two they eventually lost that one as well but that's when he started to get his game back together and he's been excellent since right group our started the first two games against columbus capitals brielle series now thinking needed overtime to win game three here comes beagle head slides it across but stephen similar tied up l spit back the other way fifteen seconds remaining pass up the right shot for neil for the washington live lost the puck kept alive by spent with ten seconds not up all the boards why smith pelly capitals move it out down to five as eagle shoot hits a player on the bench so the players blown dead with under two seconds on the clock well this was a similar period to period number one vegas come came out of period number one with a tremendous start getting early shots out shooting washington seven one the second period same way they get the first six shots on goal to start the.

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"one hundred sixty six minutes" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred sixty six minutes" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"Maybe that skill is just being an absolutely unbelievable shooter lots again we're talking about a guy who's really your foundational top one two maybe three player on the team and that's something that o'neill brings is you look at it as like all right you know he's not a great dribbler up but he's capable hitting a shot he plays hard he runs the system e executes athletically is able to defend his position and now you of a player who is pretty useful especially in as jae crowder said quin snyder system another reason why i think they're okay losing joe johnson whose play mostly as a of foreign had not been very good this year is that they're getting so much more out of this favors ghobeire pairing uh this is before they played against portland but those guys are now playing fifteen minutes per game together and they're playing at the uw but they're also giving papers two minutes at backup center and they have a 22 net rating in one hundred sixty six minutes since rudy gobert return that is a lineup that it always been effective up until this year and then at the star this year was really bad people theorized that that was because of ricky rubio where they just couldn't score having those two guys in ruby on the floor they won the game without rubio amazingly i think a big part of that it has been that rubio's improvement with those two guys are playing exclusively with rubio on the floor up until tonight and rubio is a sixty percent true shooting or is less loving games and the fact that he's just being koblet bull shooting the three where he's hitting 47 percent uh on only threetenths of game so i'm not gonna write a ton into that uh but then he's also shooting more at the river being more aggressive with we'll see whether he'll that something at how permanent is is this i mean they're they're gonna regress a little bit uh but is this from rubio's this just a hot streak can he be close to the player that he's been the last month or so as they've gone ghana on this win streak going forward in his career a really difficult to say about him that at this primary i think the fact that he hasn't had any injury issues this year until this.

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"one hundred sixty six minutes" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred sixty six minutes" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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