18 Burst results for "Onstad"

"onstad" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

01:51 min | 2 months ago

"onstad" Discussed on ExtraTime

"We have, you know, Concacaf fighting to get into the World Cup in 2022 and also we'll talk about the 2022 MLS schedule parameters. Those came out and they're of course set for to end a little bit earlier, so the seasonal start February 26th next year. So if you're a little bit tired now, just remember that as pat onstad told us yesterday on the live stream, preseason starts in what it was 75 days yesterday, so 74 days now, that is really quick. That's a small number. And it's a pre season. But at this point, my brain is so broken that I couldn't do the math to tell you. I just have no idea what it all means at this point. So we'll dig into that in the mailbag and so much more. We have a ton of your tweets, your commentary from the day as kale and said, we will get into what the coaches said, what everybody said after decision day there are some celebratory press conferences, Randy tartini stands out. In that sense, I mean, the man was on freaking fire. And then you have some saltier press conferences that we will get into as well. We might pull Venice tartini and live 'cause I think he's still awake from yesterday on that bender. Who might still be a little intoxicated for what he said in the postgame? Vancouver PR, baby sartini picks up the phone. Where are you? Get here now. Where are you? Oh my God. Congratulations by the way before we get started. To our extra time, fantasy league season champion field projections. 2593 total points, the only point total that matters in Major League Soccer. They held off second place by just 8 points on the season. I'm gonna sound this out. Nawa joma was second place so congratulations to him for almost getting there. Decision day drama of our own and the fantasy league. Field projections outscored the second place team a 115 96 to win this to take the title on decision day. So congratulations. I feel like tamir karlak and their team. That's gold. The fantasy league? He did not Andre says he did not..

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"onstad" Discussed on All Things Vocal Podcast

All Things Vocal Podcast

05:22 min | 5 months ago

"onstad" Discussed on All Things Vocal Podcast

"I've i had a student one time. Who was really very confident. Great singer songwriter performer. Who was on a label and and out there doing some pr tours and things like that and they sent me on the road with him because he was having a lot of oakland issues and when i saw him work with the public were a dj or so. He's real tall and what he did was he. He crouched down to not appear. Eric interesting and that triggered of this and that the voice wasn't working bursary well so what he do tried harder and it was like a vicious cycle going that way and when i called his attention to that like you know your job is not to be make. Your job is to be strong and and gentle with people but not posture. -ly come down to their level literal. Yeah i can definitely. He acted as if he was not cut confident and he became not confident. Yeah only how. How posture affects our brain. Though it really it really does. I find it so interesting. Well all right. You know a lot of strategies and i know you can't name all of them just like vocal training you know. We can talk in generalities that worked for everybody. But it's really good to have a one on one for specific help for what you're bringing that is manifesting problems but that said what are some kind of strategies that you use to teach people to deal with this Stage whatever it is that you stayed fries. Stage anxiety age numbness however it manifest. Lots of of different tips and tricks. Unlike you mentioned this phrase sort of specific from person to person what's going to maybe resonate most with them First and foremost. I really liked to talk about the importance of having a lot of tools in your tool kit and a lot of these are things that are just generally known in society that you don't need any expert help with yet. We don't do them so that's part of the problem. It's sort of like we all know what we need to do. In order to be healthy people. We need to eat right and we need to exercise. We need to get sleep and we need to be around people we love but yet many of us struggled to put some of those basic building walks into place and it's the same with our mental and emotional health if we are not taking good care of our physical selves we cannot expect that our mental and emotional selves will be doing well so very often one of the very first places i start with people's i ask them what is an average day. Look like for you. Oh what are your sleep habits..

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"onstad" Discussed on All Things Vocal Podcast

All Things Vocal Podcast

05:10 min | 5 months ago

"onstad" Discussed on All Things Vocal Podcast

"Yeah sure and then. When that for example threatened. When i don't know if i'll be able to pay my mortgage next month because the gigs are coming in. Yes so we get very consumed with with that naturally so right and you would wonder also the other end of the spectrum. Why would a really successful very famous artist. Be nervous Carly simon you know but The thing is that sometimes you can know. A billion people are millionaires thousand. Whatever and not be close to anybody are not feel like your buddy and that is scary sort of fake sort of life. Yeah very very lonely. Justin bieber with his song. Lonely i mean you just you just watch that video and you see what we're talking about here so that can lead to anxiety about not just stage but career just in general like we might doing if this is success. God in heaven you know your what is your yeah and i often say to my to my younger clients and students that i work with. They should never make the assumption that that i think. When you're young you make the assumption. Once i get to a certain level or once i get to a certain skill level. I will no longer feel anxious and i think oftentimes the inverse is true because the further we go the more we have riding on it. Yeah so I wanna talk a little bit here about something you know. I work with performers to and worked with a lot of performance with stage anxiety. Now i want to tell you what i've had success with. And i i would love for you to speak to explain what you think is going on And that is that very creative. People tend to have too many sensory feelers out there and it makes him really good at being a songwriter or an interpreter of lyric. You know very good artist but they read the room to well in fact they make stuff up. I think suck. I know they think you know. So what i've found that has worked is to use acting technique where i get them talking to one heart. And focusing all those sensory feelers in array like a laser beam towards the one heart for the purpose not of narcissistic -ly delivering their message. But for the very specific goal of getting the response from the person lyric is is to its acting technique. But as sanford meisner says great acting is behaving authentically and fictitional circumstances and when i get them focused on singing to the right heart whether that's A person it did real or there but usually they're not A person they don't know somebody their make up their own heart which have to schizophrenic. And sort of you know. Move hard out there too. It's an external thing we're doing with our voices or to god which is a weird one you can't see that or if it is to the audience to the one heart of the audience. Instead of to everybody like a flashlight beam they become a leisure being and that really helps with stage anxiety Unless they have you know. Some deeper clinical Issues or an have gotten that way everybody can there can be a trigger trip to and they really need more help than that..

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"onstad" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"onstad" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I was going to be perfect in that first game, not GMS fully ready probably for ninety minutes at the level you WanNa be at. You've got these five subs. We don't completely ops downs going to do in terms of putting his team out, so there's some mystery there as well so it's GonNa. Be Fun. We'll do it. We always do plan for what we know, and then we'll be ready to make adjustments. Can I ask you to be direct about the five subs as a coach as someone who studies the game and has to make these decisions when you saw that rule change. What went through your mind? Yeah I mean I thought it was a good thing under the circumstances. You know when you're playing games again. Where you're coming off a big break It's important that you have those extra couple. SAABS immediately when that rule change was implemented in, you saw it happened in the boonies. My thought was. It's GonNa Change half halftime subs. You know when you look at Managing Kinda rotations in loads. You can pretty much do three subs you know in no, you still have your two subs tactical match state that you would normally make and so I think they're going to be a Lotta halftime subs with three sometimes, maybe even four guys coming in where you lead pre planet and you know. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA start this way and then bring on these three or four guys at half time to change the game. When you think in that, you know in terms of your ability to change your team more. Does that change so often? We see this guy only has thirty five minutes in him, so he comes on in the sixty fifth minute. Does this give you the option to start a guy like that and maybe then take him off at half-time. Yeah, thank you, look at the three games, and you look at the opponents and you look. Each game individually, but also the game that's next as well and how you're gonNA determine who starts the next game? Who Rotates in the next game? So you know when you look at the three games, there's a lot of planning not just for the first, but the second and third. Because you know in that second game now you have the third game quickly around the corner. so you know you'll be able to count also predict with teams. Maybe what's around the corner? When you see who they start, they be on first and second games. Look on, we have to ask you about this guy. I mean it was gonna be. I thought a pleasure to watch him week to week, and then it got taken away from us like so many other players correct me if I'm wrong I, believe you were part of the process of scouting and bringing gig Valeri to Portland. We'll something about Argentine. Tens take us inside. The process was on and if you can, if it's applicable. Is there a sort of MLS equivalent that bans here might be able to say okay. His style of play the way he sees the game what he'll do in Taleb system looks a little something like this. Obviously was a part of the process of signing Diego Valeri is one of the first signings that had when I took job on I really. Feel in my game model, and my philosophy that it's important to have a number ten you know I know it's getting in some cases lost in certain systems and but I really I think it's a key to how my teams the vision that I have from my teams, and so you look at Diego, Valeri and how we? Played Him, you know we. We knew in losing. People which is a big loss. Obviously great player did a lot for the club You know that we needed a a true number ten to come in, and it was a great process myself at Onstad Tim. Best Pachenko, our director, Scouting Neil McGuinness niece atoll. It's collaborative decision. You know we're not gonNA. Sign a guy unless we all sign off on them. Of course there's the budget piece, but from my standpoint vision. That I have for the team needs to come into play, which is very important but but I think in Tim and Pat. We see the game very similar. Similarly, it was a really easy decision, and we needed a guy that could score bowls. You know. And Drake goals and we needed a guy. Also that could help in the build up. You know provide that the brains of our team, but then also on the other side of the ball. We need an honest player. We can't have a luxury guy, so it's not an easy player to find. But when when I first saw Lucas Selah ran when he was presented, and then I flew over to watch him train and met with him in person. I knew that he was the guy and he hasn't disappointed. He's a great player is good pro Any brings all those things. He checks those boxes. No doubt Darlington Nagbe be as your guy. You know based on the reporting of you. Guys wanted him a full year. In advance. You went out and spent the allocation money I'm not gonNA call him your security blanket, but it feels sort of like every step along the way you guys find a way to be together, so what every coach has their. We know that what makes Darlington you're what made it so important to get him to Ohio. What does he change for you soccer? What's? There are a lot of guys around the League that I've coached there. Guys you know that that I've enjoyed working with So one of the things I always say when I when I bring a player just because I've worked in the past doesn't mean on.

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"onstad" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"onstad" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I'm telling you the impact of Eric Onstad right now throwing lane working over that right guard Josh Kline causes just unloaded an errant football questions England still stopped his route Richard Sherman was so physical with him the entirety of the route he got up on him and played man the whole way so the penalty on Boeser will kind of take the energy away from the intersection of the opposition is not nearly as good forty Niners starter Minnesota's forty three yard line but still they want to open this game up and make it a two score lead right now it's seventeen ten Rapallo under center manual Sanders goes in motion I get a call minutes and is led by use check in that same here since mid the safety came down in the box and filled it and there was not a lot there though they give Coleman again of four yards on that play well the office supplies your search Mike McGlinchey and George Kittle merges walling off that right side that time which is going to snap to whistle finishing defensive lineman and I believe it was Danielle hunter skinny smarts even had him on roller skis just pushing him backwards Tevin Coleman is back as a featured performer he has ten carries today for forty two yards along with seven so it has just been a little bite here and there to keep the chains moving we got four on that run those stretch run coming left cut back has it all putting their please run down from the backside by Daniel hunter the safety from the front side first down at the hair's body is able to cut back a division of Tevin Coleman people asking Kyle about once commonplace so much lies he started he just knows how to run it it's own so well he hits it hard he slams it up inside of there and just again terrific walking from the right side of the offense of linemen twenty take Stephen again four five six yards down the field finishes him so now even though this is a zone running scheme of this is no finesse about this offense of line there start the lake bodies on people now just grind it out.

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"onstad" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"onstad" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The offense of linemen big I. N. G. by the former Super Bowl champion Richard Sherman made the Pro Bowl this year again at all parole again in that time he was playing man he was running with Adam Thielen the whole way was not bail technique in zone he was Boeser who knocked down o'neill and it was in a vicious peel back blocks I like he had a running start post it was kind of just shuffling and saw o'neill coming towards the line of scrimmage there's no question no if you head back towards their own goal line to get a block it's going to be a peel back block and it'll push the forty Niners Sanderson here sensor personal file unnecessary roughness number ninety seven of the intercept the payment of a fifteen yard penalty the end of the line the first Giulio drive start will not be nearly as good as the forty Niners come up we have obviously Gregory law the big interception against Russell Wilson overtime on veterans day night Fred Warner at the hall's house called against the only ran the last one game of the year but that is the first interception by a forty niner defensive back going back to Richard Sherman at the interception against Thailand Carolina sermon got it got the that went to and it was not a good throw from Kirk cousins terrific coverage from German but I'm telling you the impact of Eric Onstad right now throwing lane working over that right guard Josh Kline causes just unloaded an errant football questions England still stopped his route Richard Sherman was so physical with him the entirety of the route he got up on him and played man the whole way so the penalty on Boeser will kind of take.

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"onstad" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"onstad" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"That's right. He played them. Thunder Birds For for you see what was your What were the things that you noticed this one? I think. We'll get to. We'll talk a little bit about the nineteen ninety-six match but I just really seeing how much the style of play has evolved. And really thinking especially the last few years since we've been doing the show anyway. The you know the crispness of passes. The understanding of the game by players has improved so dramatically, and it's not that it's a bad match. It's just that it's not particularly tidy There's an awful lot of just giving up possession and pleased that don't really quite seem to come together and was also say a little bit of like. Of course I'm lacking the full context of watching a full season of both of these teams in two thousand six, but not the same sort of Feel feeling of identity around team this sort of collective vision of team on the field. I felt like was was missing a little bit. where it's still sort of like the chaos days of MLS, and it's a little bit like just keep kicking at the turf in the ball until you win it and keeps smashing it towards the net and see what will happen. Are feel like the combination of you know roster rules that allow you to stock up more on forwards and the General Movement. In the game across the around the world to focus more on possession impressing. I'm. Means that now in the league. If you have a bad defense, you're usually going to be going up against a medium or great offense so like sometimes it was defensive. Lapses are almost magnified because they're going to get capitalized on whereas you know in a in a match like this. If there are sort of you know, it could be a loose all around, yeah! Yeah, you could have. Some like. Not so great teams against him knocks so great teams and see what would happen and it would be. A little bit were killed. I explains why this game went to the seven hundred fifty third minute. I felt so bad. Because was aware now of the of the context of new, England of the just you have that moment in the you have that moment in extra time Taylor tournament scores, and he's losing his mind converse. Seven minutes left in the game. You would expect you could expect that that. Is it in that? Is it for a team that that has had this experience? Experience of coming closer, we tons before and also for twelve. It's the context of He was a limit. He was thirty. He was not included for the US squad at the two thousand six World Cup right and I remember. I have memories in my mind with him scoring and then running over the sidelines to pose in front of a big banner that said why not Taylor. Right! And and and so there's this beautiful moment in you know. I've I've been following the images mls images that preceded unfortunate events account and this is. Where he's losing his mind cause he's acting like. He's made a serious up towards. New England winning the championship, but it is. The seventy one seconds of his life. Oh, yeah, because like immediately after like on the next kick. That is from kickoff at the the the play is Sent back up in Brian. Ching is the one who scores immediately to make one one. It goes to penalties and. I. You you can't. Kid People Bad WanNA. Defender is your fifth kicker as Jay heaps was. In He. Skies, it. Yeah! or No it's safe. It was it's. Slowly rolls to to Pat Onstad. A good look the as the final. Kick at the CAN and I also felt bad. For Matt Race who I feel like Matt. I feel like now, people. You know his name is not most not on both people's tongues, but at the time he was like I think one of the the best keepers only. Absolutely in he in this penalty shootout. Almost for for almost every KIP is. Guessing right. He's diving in the right direction, but he's just the belt blows by him every time. Right. So did their best I I was, it was it was a it was great to see. Some of the old. Faces shower. Joseph is great to see I. Like to you know Avery John who is in the Trinidad and Tobago team the Cup for that for a nice. Nice of the STODGY. Absolutely. Yeah, and I think it's one of the you know. We're looking for silver linings here both this time is it's a chance for people like me came to molest relatively late to. Go back and. I mean refresh my memory on a few things, but also go back in and fill in some of the historical gaps to get a better sense of the where the League has come from. What did you like about that? You mentioned that you saw. The nine six. Nice debut game. Yeah, so this was something that amylase aired was. Link late last week anyway, the they've showed the first ever MLS match between. San Jose and DC united and. I mean. As, you might be able to guess it is not a great game of soccer. Is certainly interesting, but. Is Bill Hamid. Eric Wynalda an in two other gentlemen whose names I forget. I Apologize, but doing the commentary for it so and really just talking about their own time with the teams, and and talking about MLS. Interesting, Eric. Wynalda is talking about how at that time there was no such thing as playing out of the back because the pitch was like playing in a sandbox so. If you were defender. You just tried to get the ball in hoof it up field as fast as far as you could and not try to maintain possession, and you can see on the field like the ball, just bobbling around so so much. there's also a cute little anecdote about how as per fee for regulations you're not allowed to have any logos on the pitch, and so the the day before the match. They had to spray paint over this massive logo in the. Old Otherwise. The match couldn't be played, so there's this big swath of Lake Green spray paint all over the pitch. wasn't nfl logo like like I think it might have been yeah right so it's. It's it was really interesting to hear from from them and talk about the excitement around that day, and the culmination of all the things to get mls. Onto the pitch, but it was very much a sort of make it up as you go atmosphere and an a really like do it. Yourself approach to soccer the only other interesting thing of note from the commentary really was help They're sort of talking about what is needed to grow the league from where it is now and bill. He made had some interesting thoughts where he's a big advocate of having A guaranteed number of minutes for like two or three homegrown players per side and really pushing. The development products, and making sure that they're guaranteed playing time, and he was sort of not knocking the university system, but essentially saying that if you want socred increase. To professional level than you need. More young players, playing professional level soccer, and so you don't want to necessarily lose them to the university system or have players falling through the cracks. which I thought was kind of interesting. Is something that you and I have talked fed up with your credit cards? High Interest Rates, and your balances are so out of control. Did they never seemed to go down? One Call Consolidated Credit can get the relief you need. Consolidated Credit helped over six million people.

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"onstad" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"onstad" Discussed on WTOP

"Entertain diners but only outside but none of that applies to northern Virginia where hospitalizations remained elevated and now the state's legislative black caucus wishes the Reston Virginia would remain close to the black and brown community has been hit especially hard by covert nineteen the caucus says they make up a big part of the essential work force and don't have enough protection despite asking the governors help now caucus chair Lamont Bagby says the situation will get worse he says opening up will make workers more vulnerable during a time of inadequate testing inadequate protection and inadequate cleaning supplies but he's also worried about the lack of available childcare and crowded churches that could ignite a local outbreak the re opening will let churches operate at fifty percent capacity but at megachurches that's still a very big crowd the Richmond delegate says African Americans have already fallen through the cracks he wants North them to make a plan to stop it Hilary Howard WTO the news the governor Northam tells WTOP he's using health data and CDC guidance for decision making and is dedicated to protecting all Virginians will much of northern Virginia will hold off on relaxing restrictions but some Loudon county leaders are pushing for parts of that county to re open supervisors Caleb Kerr sure could make that Kirschner Tony bluffing ten that Kirsten Onstad they all objected to the letter that Loudon County Board chair Phyllis Randall sent to the governor warning that the region is not ready to reopen safely they sent their own letter to the governor asking him to modify his orders to parts of Loudon county can open tomorrow they're still waiting to hear back coming up new information about a chopper crash that killed two Virginia state troopers eight oh seven no one is more reliable than you the brave men and women of the military whether you're on active duty or veteran you're always there for us that's why navy federal credit union has been there for you since nineteen thirty three.

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Gas Leak in India at LG Factory Kills 11 and Sickens Hundreds

BBC World Service

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Gas Leak in India at LG Factory Kills 11 and Sickens Hundreds

"A massive gas leak at a chemical plant in eastern India has killed at least eight people and left about a thousand sick pictures from the scene in the city of Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh show people lying incapacitated in the streets Onstad animals the leak at the factory owned by a south Korean company LG chem spread several kilometers it was being re opened for the first time since the coronavirus

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"onstad" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"onstad" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Arguing that current testing numbers fall short of the amount necessary to reopen the economy the presumptive democratic presidential nominee pin the deficit on the trump administration's delay in responding to the virus and accusing the president of quote failed leadership A. B. C.'s Adam Kelsey Biden warned the president would try to delay the November third election at the White House I never even thought of changing the date of the election why would I do that November third it's a good number no I look forward to that election Richard Cantu ABC news first news five forty eight now here's New Jersey fast traffic is quite a problem at the Holland tunnel this morning the route one A. nine approach is essentially closed the only road way getting through there is that the lower roadway there's a very heavy traffic there's an active investigation over there on route one thirty nine for all of the roads converge the New Jersey Turnpike is wide open if you want to use that over toward the Holland tunnel that's the best way to go this one and I think could go for at least a couple more hours from what we understand garden state parkway is good mainline turnpike northbound truck planes construction north of exit six car lanes are open construction Onstad alley to seventy eight westbound toward the gospels bridge two lanes are closed no current problems on two eighty seven repairs wrapping up by exit thirty five Bob Williams New Jersey traffic north Jill Myra New Jersey traffic south we have to ninety five north bound ramp at exit twenty six from route forty two it closed off and that's for repair work also six seventy six in both directions Atlantic evasive for up through to exit five two lanes are blocked off of the left lanes are closed up until six o'clock this morning New Jersey fast traffic's sponsored by audible audible is here for you listen to new releases in every genre discover why millions of people are listening on audible every month to find out how to get your first audiobook free and audible dot com transfigured re fifteen minutes next report six oh three a new Jersey won a one point five New Jersey won a one point five days time five fifty I'm chief meteorologist stands there with your outdoor forecast for this Tuesday morning a chill in the air thirties and forties to begin your Tuesday but looking pretty good sixty to sixty five degrees this afternoon rescinded sunshine fair weather clouds.

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"onstad" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"onstad" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Dalvin cook in their ground game will start the second quarter we changed at forty Niners reporting from south to north which house you will get in the way the wind is again over and kick market share like their shoes got back on the ball they just brought him back a couple weeks ago he was a longtime Vikings punt returner but they just re signed him a few Fridays ago any month this one in more recent right there but then he was able to quickly recover responsible for charters more to get on the ball all right good you got a backup it looks like many almost mostly out there right now the opposite side of Richard Sherman on the offense's lap will they still pick on that side of the field will they back away the way Seattle data the last game of the year we're tied at seven just under way second quarter first and ten Minnesota twelve yard line moving from north to south play action by Kirk cousins are instead of this is they're just put the fifteen foot swells we spoke to you like a bit left and he's going to give Brian o'neill the second year right tackle face outside comes inside big goes by the board and just overwhelms because it's great news one male short said I just went right around for eight yards sacked my kids are going to three tight ends on the right side or two right one let the one Dalvin cook straight ahead is trying to get off the goalline Solomon Thomas it on their tackle also Earl Mitchell is bad take a DJ Jones number number ninety three I retired early this year the forty Niners resigned amid all the injuries on their defensive front so it's third down and fifteen NG forty is back in deported left and rushing over there right tackle Brian o'neill gave up a home to go to Eric Onstad they got Nick Bosa on the other side over Reilly Rees who gave up five sacks this year twenty five pressures many bagel Oregon and offers insight Buckner stamping the bills in one motion over the following they're down fifty because of that gun runner played the pass rush they get out to Dalvin cook mostly will bang the door stock padded push about about the forty Niners with a great point by which now ski able to back them up the quick sack.

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"onstad" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"onstad" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Detain and collect DNA from all migrants who cross the border illegally it's expected to publish those changes on Monday three soldiers died during a training accident in Georgia on Sunday the crash happened at the fort Stewart training area six soldiers were riding in the Bradley fighting vehicle when it overturned exactly what led to the crash Scott America's listening to fox news continues with one oh six one F. M. talk a smaller plane disappeared on approach to Raleigh Durham International Airport Sunday night it's believed to be somewhere in the vicinity of Onstad state park this is a search and rescue effort eleven state and local partners our system in the air and on the ground and airport spokeswoman said air traffic control lost contact with the Piper PA thirty two around seven thirty last night Greensboro police are investigating after a shooting left two people injured Sunday evening officers responded to a report of shots fired just before seven o'clock on the sixteen hundred block of sixteenth street no word on either victim's condition so far no arrests hundreds of thousands of people attended the North Carolina state fair in Raleigh since it opened last Thursday now rain Sunday did put a damper on some activities so the forecast for today looks great with continuing news updates some Kyle Wilson the service now plumbing heating and air conditioning traffic center heavy forty westbound between highway forty two N. highway seventy by pass just emerging delay got reports of a road hazard Wake Forest road it Cortland drive that's near capital Boulevard Scott Burnett whatever six one FM talk this report is paid for by doctor patient unity surprise medical bills are bankrupting Americans but insurers refuse to pay their.

"onstad" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

12:28 min | 2 years ago

"onstad" Discussed on KCRW

"Well well well we had she yes yes yes yeah yes yeah yes yeah yeah yeah yeah yes music for your Tuesday night your own KCRW welcome all over this new project from crown bins the album titled Onstad cielo yeah alas alas yeah yeah allow from the allies new record called laws we are keeping drive Britney how words of Alabama shakes new solo project titled Jamie history repeats the cut for Britney how would come in come in LA for some dates soon not to be missed new bony rarely heard Joe more it's a gorgeous instrumental composition from Nate Mercer wrote this album title joy techniques we hear this simulation is a good one from Nick Marshall from the corner we got new music from Raphael Saadiq Roman teens holy ghost Ross from friends fiction new forever elsewhere spring to mind designs Taylor McFerrin Alex I sing the remix by tracking down a new cheat on the amount of classic deangelo the amount was any out of South Africa we'll be in Los Angeles this coming Sunday for very special for.

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"onstad" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"onstad" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Day has not happened to that size seventeen years of doing Katie's canine hi the last time we had tornadoes was one in eight when Cuba got hit by that tornado that we have but anyway so so Carly once you explain what just happened yeah so due to our civic duty we have to cut out to live coverage when there is like extreme weather happening so tornado warning tornado watches just severe weather in general we have to cut all live anything that you were anticipating unfortunately and we have to stick with them so I just want to let everyone know so there is a tornado warning in in in the county of your chest Saigo until five PM so just make sure that you're not by windows spring later with yeah make sure you're in basements like yeah just take care of yourself and then there's a tornado watch until nine PM tonight for the counties of I know go blue earth carver Chisago Dakota Dodge good humor Hennepin I CNT lists were hi Nicolette Onstad at Ramsey's at rice Scott sure burns Sibley steel water shot was seek Washington Winona right and away I miss one I think it's called I think that you say it Nick Nick lead nickel lead okay the crowd is that a clown on the clean and and C. L. E. O. D. L. E. O. D. my cloud okay sorry I don't I've never seen a yeah but so that's in effect until nine PM so just all come in and I'll keep my eye on you know the TV what's going on so Effexor some reason you hear of me talking over people it's because I have to be.

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"onstad" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

07:15 min | 3 years ago

"onstad" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Show is I am Thursday night at the Lindsey. This is you are here from I'm Harvey milk. The director of the New Mexico game is courses here. Aaron how? Aaron how many how many participants in this show how many fingers? We have about sixty singers four zero six zero. Yes for for the tenors tenor. And bass player is a men's chorus. It was composed for and then also has three soloists. So you just heard right. There is the adult Harvey the Harvey milk in. He has quite a few solos in there. That's gonna be Bill. Brooks is going to be playing that. And then also there is a young Harvey. I mentioned Harvey as a boy, and that's the played by Alan Dominguez who is a child actor in community theater in Albuquerque in his he's really great. And then one other character is kind of it's a soprano. Her name is engla- onstad and normally England does classical stuff with like Santa Fe symphony or or a name like England you have to right. Yeah. But she says that's normally she does. But she also is very adeptly to do the more theatrical style. And so she's playing a character that somewhat seems like maybe might be Harvey's image of his mother or an inspirational music. Use his feminine side of his brain. Just just just a character that plays multiple roles, but really kind of rounds out to the sound and the feel of it how many total numbers in this entire show. Okay. So if we have sixty plus three that sixty three and then we have twenty two in the orchestra. So that gets us to ninety. Okay. Is that right? All live music, and I recorded so eighty five eighty five my bad addition. It is all I'm using. Although we are going to have some projections on a screen that will have some some video elements that go along with the songs, and we will actually have some recordings of. Of events in the past that go along with it. So sticks and stones. You're going to do you're going to project the word. Well, I don't know if we're gonna project the words, I I don't remember exactly what the projection is for that particular one. But they will very clearly be able to hear what we're saying are difficult for some of the participants in New Mexico game is of course, to get through some of these pieces. I think emotionally especially early on when we were practicing. I think it really was it just, you know, Harvey milk was so beloved and also that these words about coming out and being yourself and living in a society that accepts us is a very emotional thing. Because a lot of gay people come from a a place of shame when they're younger. They think they have to hide who they are. And that they're that being gay is shameful. And so this is kind of that emotional experience of trying to leave that past behind. So there is the emotion there. But then of course, we also have like I said the sticks and stones which is. Dealing with the names that we were called. And then also the names that other people were called that we're used to demean and discriminate aright Thursday night. If people cannot make Thursday night here in San Francisco in Santa Fe, but they really really want to see the show. You're also gonna do to Cleveland high school. On Sunday afternoon. Correct. Yes. We'll be at the soup Cleveland concert hall in Rio Rancho at on Sunday, the twenty four th at three PM great wonderful hall. We did drop the contain the c last last year there. So it's a great event. So once here in Santa Fe the lenses tonight. There's an oh gosh. You did it. And now it's in my head tonight. Yeah. Have ever rehearsal tonight. We ever find a rehearsal tonight. No. But Thursday nights is is the lenses and then Sunday afternoon, three o'clock at the speed limit. All right. If you would like to go to the show Thursday at the Lindsey, just be the first caller, I'm gonna make it really simple. If you really wanna go just be the first caller right now four to four twelve sixty get a pair of tickets. They'll be a will call. You don't even have to come down here to pick them up. First caller right now, four to four hundred sixty if you like to go see Thursday night. I am Harvey milk. Auditions coming up if people want to join either the Mexico game cores or the other group that you that you direct which is a women, and that's Zia singer tune Santa Fe you have additions coming tonight. Auditions coming out. I know you have you have Zia singer show coming up in may, right? Yeah. We actually are auditions for the games course, actually, I think we would we would take some new members starting at the beginning of April after the Harvey milk is over because we're going to be having. We're going to be working on our pride concert this year in June, which is a remembrance of the fiftieth anniversary of the stonewall riots in New York. And so we're going to be doing music from the nineteen sixties. Nineteen sixty nine the era of stonewall and remembering that important time LGBT history. And then the Zia singers is going to be having our spring concert on may eighteenth and nineteenth. We're going to a new venue. We're going to the James little very exciting. And we're going to be doing a concert about leading. Ladies, we're gonna do songs from Broadway. Musicals where the main character was a woman, and re explored the different kinds of women that are are leading ladies in musicals. All right. The the pride concert will be in Albuquerque or Albuquerque and Santa Fe were trying to really get into Santa Fe as much as we possibly. Can. We were here for holiday. We're here for Harvey. And now we'll be here for our stonewall show in June. So it's the weekend of June fourteenth. Fifteenth sixteenth we will be in Santa Fe on June fourteenth will be over at the dance Barnes. Okay. We'll let me know if we can help you promote green we talked. We mentioned in the past, you know, getting a venue and relationship with the venue where you can get in. And practice and rehearse and all that kind of stuff you're still having good luck with Olympic apparently. Yeah. I mean, we have to really plan many. Yes, they are everybody wants to get in there. And it's just and there's people that are there at the same time every year. So kind of tricky to get in there. But you know, we've been persistent, and we have developed a relationship with the lenses, and so now, we are, you know, we can't get in there in June because I think they closed during June for renovations or something like that. And but we definitely planned to be there every holiday and every spring for our spring concert best of luck with I am Harvey milk. It will be I'm sure great performance of a, you know, in a lotta ways, I'm not sure the entire show is is very very serious. But in a lot of ways, it's very serious and sombre music. There are some music that addresses, the difficulty and some of the dark times the LGBT people have had to deal with. However, I said hard. V milk was not he was not one to dwell in the darkness. He was bringing it out into the light. You know, give people hope bring them up not just LGBT people. But everybody, and he was he was really truly a man of the people. Thank you. Thank you. Absolutely, Greg timeout will.

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"onstad" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"onstad" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"But. Jed your your first takeaway from this game. I think we're pretty much on the same page in the second half that devil's lake needed to make adjustments especially not taking shots from deepen towards the tail end of the game. He understand him shooting from rain shrine to come back from a near insurmountable lead. But especially early in the second half when they're down just nine. I'm not exactly sure what conversation went down during the break between get Derrick Gaffney company because nothing changed and as a Result West ran away with it. Yeah. I mean amongst other things, you know, there were a lot a lot of different factors that separated west Fargo in devils lake tonight, but more so than anything it was just game planning and really basketball IQ west Fargo was making the smarter decisions. They seem to implement the better game plan. They were overall just playing a smarter game of basketball and devil's lake. You know, they've got great natural talent. They've got the big men. They've got they do have players capable of hitting the three ball. The problem was they just. Weren't really catching onto the fact that that was that shot wasn't falling for him. And it wasn't going to get better as the night went on. They didn't really adapt. Their game plan. They didn't continue to evolve west Fargo did. And that ended up really hurting them down the stretch gay. You maybe even think back to the quarters game in the fact that they hit so many threes against Cheyenne might have transitioned. Fix their mentality. Coming into this game that they needed to continue to shoot it from deep in order to be successful. But unfortunately for them they were not able to do. So leading the way for west Fargo on the opposite side was our corporate world player of the game. Luke Lennon eight of thirteen from the field, including two made threes a place in which he just shot twenty percent during the regular season twenty one and ten day at the yard for Luke Lennon, Matt Miller had twelve hundred Lyman with eleven as well as feet rebounds. For the big man Carson Hegley the freshmen in his first EDC semifinals appearance with ten points. Four double digit scores for west Fargo, also aided by Braxton brewer who had five quarter burn Kat Nourredine Aiden end Jaden moten all had four on the opposite side for devil's lake grant Nelson led the way apropos fifteen and eight did foul out and had two blocks to go along with it as well in his sixteen minutes of play. Josh Dahlan had ten points a pair of threes towards the latter stages of the ball game, but admitted double digits Michael Widmer had eight Dominic Bjornson with seven four points apiece for Chris. Shepherd and Luke onstad and three for both Joey frolic as well. As Jacob Grimm long had two points and Leith Nelson, which is one point, but he astounding fourteen rebounds, three of which coming on the offensive glass for devil's lake. We'll be back in just a moment with some final thoughts. Here. Live from the shield center on the discover benefits post game show where again, west Fargo is victorious moving onto the championships. Seventy-one Fifty-seven they knock off devil's lake who will return to the losers brackets and try for a state qualifying match on Saturday back in a moment with more than the discovery benefits post game show on aim eleven hundred the flag excited to go to.

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"onstad" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

07:11 min | 3 years ago

"onstad" Discussed on WJR 760

"Thing, dick. I am always going to remember one time when John Dingle is on the air with us. And it was it was nearly nine years ago. Now twenty ten during the debate over the Affordable Care Act. I think he remember the conversation, and I'm afraid not you don't remember you had many conversations with Mr. ding. Oh, yes. I didn't enjoy it all of the millions to delightful gentlemen, is what he was an avid hunter, by the way to and my regret is unlike my buddy, Nolan Finley I never got the ghost pheasant hunting, a so that's that's one of my regrets, but any rate he's in failing health and things sound really really bad right now. But it was twenty ten the nation was debating, the Affordable Care Act Democrats were insistent on shoving it through. And. Like, the Republicans who had an opportunity to do this with the wall when President Trump I took office, and they held both chambers of congress. Unlike then in two thousand ten the Democrats band together and said, we want this Affordable Care Act this Healthcare Act. It's it's the next step to move us toward nationalized healthcare. And so we were discussing it just about every day on the show. I remember, and we're putting out warnings about it. And what it might mean to people and those warnings by the way did come true at it costs more in in in coverage and and in co pays at cetera. But at any rate, the congressman made one comment as I was disputing the popularity of the Affordable Care Act. You're just spreading a lot of useless terror. I'll never forget that. And my response was cars. Are you serious? You really mean that? And these yes Frank do. And and the short time later, maybe within a week, Debbie. Dangle his wife, and now congresswoman called and said, I want to range a lunch with you and Jon to sit down and talk just talk, and I said fine. So we went downtown, and we had a wonderful lunch and talked about it. We talked about where we disagreed headed. A was we disagreed, but we weren't disagreeable, you know, which is what things should be like, that's very believable. And and he was delightful there and the perfect gentleman. Even though we were completely at odds on the Affordable Care Act, and where we should be going. But he was very proud because he and his father had both tried to move us toward that that nationalized healthcare that was that was his dream and remains his dream right now. So our prayers are out for John Dingell, a great gentleman. Who truly did care about our country. I really believe that they're, you know, some people have ideas that you you may not the line with theirs. But that doesn't mean you have to disrespect them. And that's I feel about right? Well, he knew how he obviously knew how to debate an issue and make it a thoughtful one. Exactly, exactly, Richard. Thank you so much sorry to hold you over time. Like that. Let's go back to the phones now at eight hundred eight five nine zero nine five seven and in onstad Jones been holding on forever and going it's about time. Frank high ranking no I've been listening to the radio on the phone. I it's a lack clear then the radio reception. We get out here in Atlanta. Wait county. I'm sorry to hear that that you had to do that. I'm glad you did. Thank you. Okay. Two things. Trump is wonderful. I support him all the way the reason I do is. Of course, all the things he says, I agree with. And you know, the life issue and everything the wall. But I think I'm convinced from what I've seen and what I've heard he wants what's best for our country. Not what's best for him or the Republican party. He wants what's best for our country. And I believe that wholeheartedly, and so I support him all the way. All right. I have a question though to allow to wrote some time back. I heard on probably WJR because that's what I listened to all the time that road money. Was taken and used for other things in the state, and I thought now, wait a minute. And now they want to raise taxes because they spent the road money for something else. It's crazy. Yeah. I hear that. I believe I believe you did. Yes. But yeah, I don't know where every cent goes in Lansing. It's it's very difficult to track that, and and look I know that we have the Senate and house fiscal agencies keep track of the spending. But it's still difficult for us as as residents to to follow it all so we we have to be more vigilant. I think in in pressing the people who represent us in Lansing, and I need to make a few more phone calls. Exactly. Right. You got it. All right. Appreciate the call. John. You take care. It's eight hundred eight five nine zero nine five seven the Frank Beckmann show Frank Beckmann here with Chris Alberta from prince Scipione that Chris is not your everyday wealth management expert. He's got a different approach one that I think you should listen to the concept that you're emphasizing five years of freedom. Thumb nearing retirement age. Try still be thinking five years down the road. Oh, I think you should be thinking thirty years down the road mean statistically at sixty five years old. There's a seventy percent chance that one of the spouses lives in ninety two or longer. So when we talk about taking the next five years as a timeout and building a portfolio that doesn't have to commit to some long term annuity contract or doesn't have to conversely go and just by the most boring things in the market to avoid loss. What we're thinking is. Let's take the next five years and make sure that we don't spend the fifteen years after that five years making back what we lost. If you're a retiree newly retired or approaching retirement, and you're gonna be drawing your monthly income your paycheck from those investments, Frank even building up for all these years. The last thing you can do you see a repeat of a two thousand one or two thousand eight type scenario, but how d- insulate yourself from that what we wanna do is reinstitute a plan that incorporates market, instruments banking instruments insurance based instruments that have the ability to have a good solid. Let's college four to six maybe four to seven percent range of reality. While only allocating the smallest possible portion of the market side that could experience continued turbulence what you seem to be saying is safety first Chris sale. Safety. Always Frank thirty years is a long time. I never will be an adviser that is going to have to call somebody eighty seven years old and tell them that this paycheck. That's coming from their investment account is going to be their last one are all is to preserve and protect to prolong. So it's a responsibility first thing, and I think your listeners understand and appreciate that. Most of them have been great savers, and we need to be good stewards of money. I folks I've gotten to know Chris over the last year, he's the real deal. He's honest knowledgeable, and unlike any other financial planner you've ever met, a real wealth management expert..

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"onstad" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"onstad" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"'cause the point you reaches this. You don't care where you are. Or who is near you. You are absolutely enlarged it in to this moves you see green book, I have not I hear good things about green book and was at the Avalon for a year. I just I don't know. I was busy. Seat payment because I don't breaking ribs. You You know? these don't look like the greatest movies in the war. They don't snuck a great talk about it. Try to be here. So she's not no exile. Director he served. Her time is one movie, that's not only woods came out too late. I just wanted to mention it to you guys. It's documentary on we'll one or if you've heard about the one where the Peter Jackson. Peter Jackson color movies out of it. Yeah. It's called. They shall not grow old. And it just it's simply the film I've ever seen. I mean, it just takes your breath away. It's the coloring of it. Does you don't it's not like it was when it colored Robin Hood and wonderful life like garbage. Now, it looks as if somebody had a camera back in nineteen sixteen in France and was filling this thing, and they restored audio to it. He just went through did this documentary. It's documentary. There's no narration. The only voices you hear our interviews. He put in there from that. They did in nineteen sixties would world one vets. And it just it takes you through the life. It's not like what Harry met Sally where they're putting into the middle. How? It's I mean, it may not be for everybody. I think everyone should watch it. It's just really agree. Like when you're in the middle of a movie, and you know. Not everybody feels I felt that way about LaLa land. I said this is great wait five minutes in. Wow. Moonlight last year both of those two movies transport. It be from the moment they began not just movies. I mean, we were talking before the show about this season to detective I feel the same way that I just find myself. I haven't seen episodes and there were times in that series. You know, you have time to think to yourself because it's not really unfolding at a breakneck pace. But there's times run thinking to myself, man. I just like I saw enjoy this and the music is haunting her Shelly is to. Does. It isn't great. He knows what he's doing you touch. I would hire him. Yeah. If I ever owned a restaurant I'd hire. All right. Let's get out of here. And we will have Email in g-go when we return. Yes. I'm Tony Kornheiser. This is the Tony Kornheiser show. It comes to these. Got you Email? And. Tony's. Read some. Cares. Onstad with beautiful voice. So playing ukulele coming herself. Let me thank Richard Justice of MLB dot com for coming on with us today. Let me thank our sponsors lows and Brooklyn and remember to listen and.

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