17 Burst results for "Pacy"

"pacy" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

07:25 min | 10 months ago

"pacy" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"They're both seventy one years old. They're like we're just having a good time what. I don't understand from anna winters perspective. I mean i guess. I don't understand anything from her perspective. But she's seventy one she basically runs conde nast. Some might argue badly. At least controversy at least controversially should have really rich family. I just if it just. It's just another. It's just another notch in the in the column of like you. Not only are you. Seventy-one quit working. You're super rich. You don't need to work. People are mad you at your job. Okay that's enough of a reason to quit. You're doing bad things but you're also dating bill. Nice been one hundred percent of your time with bill nye you. Who wouldn't i know he so cute. But i think you're just you're glossing over the kind of entire kind of what she in booze meaning into and what whatever means. I know that. She defines her invite by her career. I understand that but it's just like are these two who's or to them. She's them as he tough. That's really tough. We like put this here with him being them or we him being the who in a way that she is the damn. I think he's though really bill nye. Yeah well okay you know. What do you approves. It proves that people thinking he was bill nye when they heard his desk if people like dating bill nye. And you're like. I said anyone torres dating bill nighy and you misheard me what you could say and said bill nye. Oh bill nye. The science guy who actually is also close to her age which wouldn't be that crazy also believable believable. And you misheard me. It'd be there's probably at eighty five percent. You would do that. It's funny that it took this long for these photos to come out. But i guess maybe they were trying to hide it. They went to like fashion show. Events together like fashion week trying to hide it. I just don't see. I don't think they see each other that often like this public and it's just they caught him. They do a lot of face timing. They do a lot of face timing. She called the press or he called the press. Because he's bringing rosen. The timing on their giant ipad saw every night. She's in the crossword puzzle. Okay let's not romanticize that relate to okay. We got some another finally so we had finally confirmed bill. Nye went into our finally engaged. Norman rita's diane kruger. Both of them vaguely are who is. Yeah kind so. This is all sort of an air quotes thing because they've been together for like three years because remember. She allegedly cheated on. Josh jackson with norman read us and the perfect marriage quote unquote. Perfect marriage fell apart now. Josh jackson is dating. Jody turner smith and they're like so happy together they ever married was if she ever actually married. I guess they were never married but they were together. They were like hollywood's like look how long they've been together. Look if they're so hot and long lasting then she now. He's like more happy than he's ever been. Yeah and he's like. Yeah i'm happy. What was that interview. He just did where they were like. My god oh he's dating jody turner smith. You have a baby like but the internet loves you like everyone thinks you're so sexy batting like allah cares. The jodi thinks. I'm sexy all i care about. Is jody picking up sexy. The best part about his relationship with jodie is that she's considerably less famous than him. But i think will be more famous than him but it doesn't matter because even though he's the one they're in everyone all they want to talk about is her and not because she's necessarily more famous but because their relationship is now actually more of a fun thing to talk about then either of them separately especially him. Because we've gotten everything out of the pacy. We've rung that cloth dry like there's no need to discuss pacey anymore. Anything like that so now. It's like the headlines in the news. Come because there's such a cute couple. And that's the tab like i just love that that's the focus of it now. He knows it so he plays into it. And i also think he's like oh. I'm just like so happy that i'm happy to talk about this like very functioning good relationship. I'm in our new kate or whatever i don't know i just think it's really the shift of like the attention is interesting with him. Every outlet is reporting. The norman redesign. Diane kruger are finally engaged. They're finally engage. If they're all these years they're engaged. We have sources confirming it. The source tells people they The proposal happened quote very privately in atlanta and they are quote very excited to solidify their relationship but every website clearly reached out to these Reps and said like can you confirmed this is real and the rep said. We have no comment. It wasn't even like we got no response. The rep said no comment to everyone so like even now. They're not confirmed anything. But i think that everyone must be pretty convinced because every websites going with it so they must have pretty close sources confirming it. I think it's also kind of shitty. 'cause it's like we're so obsessed with these two being like engaged like they've been together for a while it's fine be like obsession with them being engaged. It's just funny you like to be. I guess it's just like another news blip another thing to talk about but like who gives shit if they're engaged with like sandra bullock or like you know these these stars have these long term like boyfriends and girlfriends and it's like or the age they married or they whatever they partnered that's like oh who fucking cares. We'll i also think just like the physicality of these relationships is important. And i think worth because you have like diane kruger. Josh jackson like these very traditionally handsome. Hollywood good look looking people. She dumps josh jackson. Who is everyone's like internet crush like child crush for a guy who is kind of weird looking like her in by hollywood standards this rough guy with long hair always looks greasy surprising surprising guy dr of like the number one person and so she's like i'm dumping this guy that everyone says on paper is perfect for me for this guy and not only dumping for this guy. I'm going to have what looks like a much more passionate relationship with this guy. And then and then josh jackson is like okay. We'll i'm also going to date like a literal model. I'm going to date someone. I'm going to move really hot and we're like it's idiot. Everything about this like interesting and everything about it is but everything about. It is like almost the closet case. Second like rebound relationship that turns into a real one after the after the one that everyone thought was like the one you know it almost feels like it. It doesn't feel that crazy. I think it's just crazy. That was all in the public eye. Or whatever yeah. And also. I think them not giving much about it like the fact that both. I don't know diane kruger has been sort of cagey. This whole. time has made it all the more fascinating like it's shows that like saying shit is always the right move even if it's frustrating from a viewer perspective okay mean quote unquote engage because sources say they are but reps for the couple had no comment and i don't think they ever will. It's like what are you thinking. It happened very privately in atlanta. They are very excited. Solidify their relationship. It's like okay relax. They're also moving to the east coast. Interesting note moving on one of the last relationship things we have denied relationship which is really think so. There was this event on saturday night. I'd like we had new relationship. Rumored.

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"pacy" Discussed on Soccer Gambling Podcast

Soccer Gambling Podcast

02:59 min | 11 months ago

"pacy" Discussed on Soccer Gambling Podcast

"I don't think norwegian capable of doing anything on the break. what do think manchester. You're gonna win this clean. Shaef save one seven of the nas. Thirteen home games to nil. Norris lost eleven primarily games in a row count lost time. They were here as well scoring just one goal in the process of manchester every three point two eight goals per game in a loss thirteen premier league home games. In addition to that nor july fifteen of eighteen premier league matches again day from last year in the and six mentioned cities. Lost eight games have gone over two and a half goals which is widely three-nil instead of soon. But as i said i'm not going to be gone. Four five six no hair with manchester. It's because they just don't look capable of doing that now. Obviously they could make me look silly. But i'm just not someone that's going to be paying big handicaps here with the phone number nine. It's not something that i but i believe. In his grateful for ball. Possession is grateful for taking defend his out of the position allowing your wingers space in behind but then not playing. Pacy wing his either. I mean ryan sterling is false but jack greenish isn't even playing. It's gangsta i plays match to say what's kevin deployment occupies position that got greatest is poorly in week. And we'll be starting with maris and greenish with fern. Tories down the middle and studying will be relegated. see the beating. So then applying for pace then they don't really benefiting from having a center forward like a for maino or jotted that draws people out and allows your wingers to occupy the space behind the ball and occupy the space. That's going to be exploited by the wonderful through. Polls that kevin the boy. And it's gonna play so i don't understand what actually you're doing. I don't understand this on dot gradation question. Did it start a season. In the season previews i did say that. This mentioned team wouldn't win. The lake on the field was the best way to go with a field. That moment have strongly reduced their those while. Maxi you've gone from the food. Six modest won't fifty favorites to suddenly being plus money. Eleven off the back of one result. Is that a little bit farfetched. Is that a little bit stream yes is do. I think nancy still good pets win. League no i. I just don't think this team. When harry hurricane salons for them that will be very different. Because that's the play that they need but until unsorted place Guero this team. We're gonna only find out you're gonna have limited ways of scoring goals. They still going to school loads. That goes still going to be in the top four. They're still going to challenge for the leg. But thinking games like tottenham last week when where teams made so. It's very very difficult to break down. That's going to be managed to get kelly's hill. And i think that's gonna come unstuck. I think that's what we're going to win the league. And i certainly think that's why they're not gonna win the champions league this season of next week. The lake game on saturday which is brought in at home to wofford. Brian are available here. Threes fours thirteenth. Five on the draw. And it's seventeen to four here on what i what. I had a big win last week weekend..

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"pacy" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

09:29 min | 11 months ago

"pacy" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Would be a problem if it stays good to fan. I think with the rain. I think perhaps as you mentioned that somebody somebody else. Speaking to the rain could arrive when racing finished on saturday. So look out even more. So yeah i think real world is a standout horse but there are some horses inness. That are interesting. I think out drama came up behind a fantastic horse. Last time in bathes in the group three race it group would that whole range. Small william an-and fishes very interesting but very behind the handicapped novice horse but ruled him out on. I think he doesn't mind his feet on the on the ground he's won this race in the past is not a horse that runs really well as this trip is quite unique trip of moslem and as a whole reputation late so keeping on him because would still be out with the pacy epi more likely Coming around the bend at yolk fought quite far back so up to my seeing the gem spent to get over into to knock him a receipt Taking the ride on this occasion. Yeah i think. They've kept in fresh as well logger is. He hasn't brunson's his His trying now a vermeil ask Fresh fiercer lost quite interesting any. Oc iraqi-born deposit. Take nothing away from real world i. He's very small. And i say i was gonna say progressive. I think each further so that was a distant victory last time to take the next step up which will be group group free standard optional. I completely agree. Real world goes and wins To twenty five the sky bet melrose handicap is our next race over six king. The castle wins new. Brian william buick. A eight and told me on talksport with foam. Said he raiders. Yield me to discuss it. Trainer of the horse said he's going to win so he wins his his exact words. Were we've got him off a nice mark and he's working very very well. So william buick takes over castle lucy. I think this is very very hard race to welcome the a Anyway but i love these. Horses could go onto the sky e next year so we should take note of this. This failed and it's a big run. Infield aidan lebron's whole king. The costal set scoffed white. A oc one last time out at limerick and he'll be stepping up in trip but when it's all about be a problem from a This time yeah. He was winning time out. That was softish ground. So you'd like to think a mall and six quick ground shouldn't be too much concerned. And i think william how is this whole has come support as well. it's Tomorrow onset Reid he's been good former season. He's won twice now they've been buffet vermont half one occasion on good phone ground and that was at haydock so very often you get conditions haydock So he looks like he one of the faith. Fancy tosses. I do like android building as a rendering. This possibly second-string Only got one run a idea quite like his runner anyway valley valley forge. They pray but sets sight ride. I just thought he's a horse. It's going to progress. Every mom half and i just thought that was on goods phone ground at false last so he shown A liking to foster conditions and previous that he he ronald goods phone ground from castro vermont Hop as well with second on that occasion and he finds on city who it asya. His horses tend to progress. Make tend to run well over long distances so i thought that was quite interesting and could present value david. Probe andrew building A team yet team could fall. I agree. I would like to add that for those who are concerned about the annaborough unstable form not only snowfall n-i-l-l-a-s her rivals today In the. Brian has banged in a couple of winters. Killarney as well so Take not stable form Purists it's equal those those stable phone purist point white is getting new winners on this country. Snowfall was winning now. Winning the oaks anyway so people doing anything different exactly. it's Is colonie so they have not. Sarah line would have cared if joya should manage to hang on with He ran a blinder for the nice race in him Genuine needs king of the castle from a roy. He he's gonna throw mitch marine life for which there is more to come from him. I'm it wasn't it wasn't the strongest race. Wanna floss last last night last three starts. That handles the grind very while athlete. Just eight joss gone. Some i'd sprinted in a decent racism at s- Adult caster by michelle reason here as well as name raja varian valley forge Travelled much the best through that race. But just we're trying to keep them under wraps for as long as possible And he was erased with michelle our Through much of the race but then moved past on arrival. Going better I think he just he was just a little bit over. Enthusiastic way went through. It came the twin his wrists anonymous. Our you can have this both ways. United say he showed a much formula finish or having been passed by valley forge state on better to win. And it's not it's it's not easy to be absolutely But like valley forge went through the risks. And of course he's going to win his next starred as well. We built not promise as well. The paradigm mover stephan lengthier in a race. That wasn't Astronauts and get some of that could be could be very good form Uncle was Bayton is made you look at four slots meeting expected to be pretty weak but they beat some big. It's really cold nutting. Who bolted up Admittedly gold on her next starts country she wanted an office thereby by heartfelt so again formed Nicely is more to come from him as well that ally the novels The melrose is she ham. But i do like the problem with Is again. You're just looking at a bunch of forces who are unexposed. Usually minor fake washers if they're exposed to the company generally can't win if the only expose you have to guess high much improvement than were defined never ideal given my methods for example so you could have watched the videos and say this is this is this is Levels tab pineville was required. But it's going. Jim proof Efforts player I'm not that's all guesswork to some degree but always his judgment as well. You win arrests without could much more easily war. That did a fair wrongness when improved from that. And that's some people love racism people Absolutely dosa raise Melrose because they're my kind of horses malefic order three year olds But it's not always easy working at who's keeping the Dry on the top trader. Somebody might as of this world will always you know they don't want to win little handicaps with Melrose they want to keep them under wraps long as also the best time to come on a not makes a hard race To be divided in terms of the form. But i like volley forge. He's improve with every starts so far only debuted in may as well Is best common quick ryan so as long as it stays as it is with devoting the david appropriate continuing in tremendous form. I think he will go. Just don't complicate your mind. Rory don't complicate your mind. Go with the horse. Who is a brother to the absolute monster serpentine. We know he's done nothing. He won the darby by seventy five links and then confirmed that long legal replaced risk since. That's right yeah. He hasn't done any accidents. Didn't even that noise. Nothing absolutely nothing but in career. What ch- o..

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"pacy" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"pacy" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"A matic television and also using people that are from zoom has cinema making filmmaking people to do tv as well and around that time. Two thousand i guess eight nine ten assigned to be interested in starting to see those large format cameras or lodges sensor cameras you know in that low. Tv strategy was shot. Sixteen mill because shape sixteen was a shape show. You'd shoot it on a on. A digital camera. Only might have an one hundred if it was a fancy show. Then we started getting five days and we started getting the red We saw getting alexis now is around the kind of two thousand nine ten About two thousand and seven. After having been freelance. I six seven years doing quite a lot of jobs. Those doing commercials. But i just couldn't crack doing a feature couldn't get ebay. It was a very kind of closed markets to me. I got frustrated and it had a few people that had worked under me. Who had gone off to to do their master's at the australian film television radio after his and they done really well after after going through. That and i thought well. I always a little bit anti foam school thinking I do but i. I've seen people be successful off doing us. All applying give it a try and so i did and it was a two year. Master's course i got in. Even though i didn't have my graduate boss that i had enough experience. They added great process for me. You know going back into that kind of academic environment and it was a very concentrated. It's not like normal university image. Very practical the why. It was run. The nosed is those on a force offers. Four directors for edita's constantly rotated with each other and it was you know he's very intense. You know was like and by. That was the large format digital camera. What you were shooting on to really know what was still and the great thing that after is is we did shoot a lot of film. We shall a lot of study. Five mil i was fest. Hamad with production designers and you know and you kind of their finishing school. Cinematography is how they position themselves really what they were in fact. You know right expense at justice graduating from that. I got to shoot my first feature film which is like manga. Found that i was involved with as a producer and then Yeah that point one of the short film makers it worked with. She got a comedy series up. And so i went and did went. That's shot that on a red as he does. Actually one of the first tv red wine was quite new. it was one of the. Tv shows to shoot read in australia. That was on network. I think there'd been title shy. That had shot read a little bit before me but certainly in terms of broadcast and that was a big deal in is because it was a super risk at am doing my first v show. And i'm like yeah. Let's shoot Untried there were a little noisy. At the time. I remember very early. Ones used to overheat really. And crass what were you accent. Just excited was trepidation. And how did you feel about the format like the look of it. Were you like me. I really like the study five meal sized since that was the biggest thing for me. An instantly made a huge huge difference. And i knew a tv. The simon could shoot like you should movies. I mean it was on small comedy series but it was still important of me out of that series that production designer recommended me for another shore that she was doing that was with a very well known and various established australian produce about john edwards. He kind of become a mental to me a little bit as well site john. And also he's producing potman. Imaging banks had this show this new show the dow doing cold offspring and they interviewed me and again. I'd very arrogantly thought of told them all that. Showed a pile up. But the pilot couldn't do the show and they were looking for a day for the series and i told them all the things that i thought were wrong visually with with but apparently they thought that was a good sign in And took me on. That was the a shy that i'm still very proud to be part of today called offspring so must become a cult show. Now it's on netflix. In here in the us. And i still get people now like discovering the show and and you know fanning fan. Boys fan goes for that show. So it's it's trouble ethic. Those seven seasons i did six and a half of them so yeah that was my first on a proper drama of sort of the the previous show. The offspring was comedy and was a half hour was like Real real true drama. What did you shoot that one on that one was right as well such of my experience from the previous show just trying to remember the qualley. The name of it you have to cut around this now Hunters are beautiful laid out. So lloyd was the first now the proper tv show. I did a comedy series and then Offspring was off to that and the first the first two or three seasons. Were i think the first three seasons will read in those days. And then by the time we got associations ray alexa was out an enforcement. We kind of end up switching switching. What especially because it's like australia-based. When have you shot on black magic. Which black magic cameras have you shot all of them. I mean Drop that little. Pell before. I've i've met grant when he was a. Yeah he kind of had a cameo earlier in the summer. I like him for a long time. And then because i'd also embraced his odds eliane. I'd helped him out with a couple of trade shows in australia way you know. He needed people to demo pods. Do things you know. He'd soda and i'd had a relationship with him even back then. He gave me prototype. Todd's or early versions of caused to try out and get get feedback on. We sort had a little bit of a relationship like that and then our sense of what he was up to at the time he was just kind of trying to carve out a new future in the tac in the space. What was your precious amazing. Because he was doing things that nobody else was doing in australia at the time he was manufacturing. He's on hardware in house so he wasn't sending off to asia to get ten thousand by components on he was buying the machine that places the components he was buying the machines that make the pacy bays and doing it all himself because he wanted to control it so i i went around to his factory. Nearly dies in proudly. Show me the machine that could put seven thousand resistors on board per hour and showed me all is kind of assembly in manufacturing. He was making it all himself in house and he really sort as being. He's trying to competitive advantage because he could move faster to market and if he found problems or if you realize ways to improve things most he could make that change in the next. I knew boys coming off the line as as they made them so he he was always of doing things in a different way and he falls he. He revolutionized really the low cost of used products was the same disruptive model. You know we competing against hundred thousand dollars plus systems with a I think the first time. When i was five thousand the two thousand and then it was like three hundred dollar finally low cost and men. Everyone if you get one so you just made it very accessible. And he's really moral started democratising the whole process athlete. And he's taken that model on the so. The funny thing is is that My mental john bowring was coming back from trade joan fortune. He passed away while he was travelling back and it was such a devastating loss. I had a very close relationship and sue. He's white asked me to kind of go to his service and speak as well so there was just a handful of a stab. You know though. Hundreds of people showed up at actually. Had it at one of the major studios in melvin at docklands studios and grant was there as well and afterwards we were standing around sort of chatting and a grant at the time so the black magic at the time had just bought vinci so i was sort.

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"pacy" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

The Nat Coombs Show

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"pacy" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

"You know we. We don't want to give it any quarterbacks anymore. So they gave it to gronkowski. Eric berry jordy nelson keene. Allen often. giving us let's go. Let's about giving. It's cool box. Angie lock china hill and alex smith so get 'cause g nye will my left feel pick for this which i think he maybe during the show in was about it. I have talked about it. I think on this show definitely on the radio show that we do is back. i think. Beckham it yeah for the same reasons as super bowl. Mvp letter league mvp. Quarterbacks were always be favored and so it's harder to ask for a non quarterback to win it. I can see beckon going off this year and beckham is getting eleven. Twelve hundred yards double digit touchdowns and given the nature of the way he plays throw in almost. Certainly some spectacular grabs in that as well. I think if the browns are rolling. Which i think they will be beckham's decent outside show. Yeah i think he's a decent on social other thing. That's a bad shout to my only issue with is whether he goes in he gets enough. Looks with the offense. That's my only fair. And i think they're pretty will run heavy again next year. It'd be hungry back. He's gonna be hungry but that doesn't doesn't full being hungry. Could what both ways. If he's hungry means the bull market threatened to mobile so he throwing straps and then they will kind of blows up. They had that when he wasn't getting throwing the ball. As much forego injured seremet show is gonna be. So i guess the the way that the mayfield evolution has been keeping it simple not forcing the issue and was that might be better for the browns collectively. It means that the spectacular attempts to eat might have tried a couple of years ago. That forced the issue too. Much and browns imploding a result. There's less like to see that. You know whether that how much of that will be ultimately ironed out the with comparing necessarily baker mayfield to brett farve but with that was it would always do that much as much as he tried to walk around. The hill always forced the issue. And i wonder whether baker will there'll be moments next season. It could be a critical moment. Becky can't help it. Enforce that okay. Three diesel comeback player. They'll go outside. Shot comeback player. The yeah this is another one. I don't know why this audience go that way to leasees and predictions quite both of this one. And this one definitely will be a lot of people be questioned. This one month's jimmy jimmy jimmy. Jj you can get him about sixty to one. But i think everyone he suddenly just being written with all the san francisco draft drama. There's only everyone is assigned to write off jimi g. because he doesn't have the capacity to throw the bowl far enough. Everyone's saying oh. He doesn't have the crecy that they need. He doesn't have the mobility but they have spent so much money on the defensive line during the off season is i'm alex mack. They re signed trent williams. They draw stage pretty well as well in terms of rebounding. The revamping defensive line and jimmy but nearly four thousand passing yards in two thousand nineteen which was fourth best. For single season in franchise history which. I don't think that says he was just a game manager. Tom again as oklahoma point they had one of the best teams in the nfl if they fit and he's as fit and they keep them on nightline. Yeah then yeah. Then he could ease to be come back because they'll have such a good record all of these awards. The nfl usually narrative awards on totally. I think it's you know how you feel about. Jimmy is in the matt ryan cup of underage. But you're right there. Is this ridiculous hennessy. To write people off immediately quickly suddenly and he's definitely being tarnished with that. I'm sure there have been finding flames. Kinds of ways right. I think whatever team missiles were overhead moreover you than inevitably your sam donald right. Maybe sam donaldson outside shot for this as well. The moment a team is saying you're our guy to position. We're moving even. Even if jimmy g. is going to start the season that inevitably a enhances and increases the skepticism around that play which is you rightly said existed anyway rightly or wrongly but yeah i think. He's a solid top ten top twelve quarterback in the nfl. And so. i can absolutely see that. See that happening. Also reminds before your old school americana. This is out there every time we talk about jimmy. It's got a role in the yeah. Jimmy's jimmy's gonna win the comeback player of the year. No i think you're right. I think he's got a pretty good. Not all you don't understand. Jimmy's gonna win the comeback player of the year. Jimmy garoppolo so guys will get the job done even if his performance on the field. You'll try three thousand yards seventeen touchdowns seventeen interceptions and still become player overcome. Because he's gonna win the comeback. Let's go carnage out there right one. What is very quick needs. Pacy you see that shot clip of. Tom brady talking about when he was going to go. Who's looking shopping around teams last last season saying this is tom right. He's basically talking and it's not the advert for lebron james's showed the shop and tom speaking on it and they were talking about how last year when he was looking around teams. One team said that they were going to stick with that car in guy and then brady just said to himself and he literally goes and i just thought to myself that choosing that mother epa over me. I'm not going to be jimmy. G. doesn't as as has to be jimmy. Dean has to be jimmy g. Surely couldn't anyone else. I think that'd be tannahill with it is. You won't be jimmy d be yeah i guess i mean call. Shortly they would have. Y'all be one hundred percent and there were a lot of speculation must have been. Yeah because he wasn't gonna go. It's not like he was going to go to a team. That wasn't going to contend so it hasn't exactly been last hilarious especially retrospectively looking back at what's happened with brady in the super bowl and they've now picking try to the draft amazing brady. He always wins doesn't he always wins. I'll take so okay so let's roll to crash about team teams. That made the playoffs last year. That we don't think a palestinian in your case a worse than that right. Have an absolute stinker. You got pittsburgh steelers. I think honestly. I think they're gonna really struggle this year. I think so. Yeah i mean the problem was ever always cooled them like the most overrated eleven team in the history of the most overrated team. And like thing is they did raid struggle at the back end of last season. They looked dreadful. Against the cleveland browns. And they've only got worse this off season but i'm backwards. I don't think another year is going to benefit. Ben roethlisberger realistically like he's just going to be more battered and bruised. I think his arm strength is only a week They had one of the best sets of cornerbacks in the league. Lost jae and they pretty much lost. All of them. Mike helton's steven nelson dot com for bay one of that strongest positional areas to be one of that we kissed and is such an important one in the nfl. Now especially if you look at the cool toolbox in that division. They've lost bud dupree as well. Who support tj while accidentally their offensive line at. That was one thing i would say. They have to maintain their offensive line..

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"pacy" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"pacy" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Hurricane floating around as he does and he has a great tournament thus far and set up hasn't been brilliant but when he floats around maybe drags tries to drag hommos or whoever as a possession. Then you've got sterling and soko sancho or whoever is they're making those little out and runs between the three seven. I mean we played. Scotland played for the center. Hops might time along but it was a very compact house because the house basically didn't want to get in the way the possessions. No you see a lot of teams this. The white house will wider in the ring. Box will push kenan nature of the game these days and not can leave set. Half's exposed to pace and particularly ones are not quick. And certainly riddick quite not by and homos is on. That could be a key area. So i think it was out to yon talked earlier. Will we'll you'll love changed the shape. That's point as he worried about being exposed as a lion to england's pace in the pacy players From from in medfield front. And it's going to be a big issue. I think for for for germany. Depending on her anger and select we can talk sancho. All we want and i agree but what so get will say. Well look we can discuss players that are not playing but we have had success to this point. The criticism will come. If you leaves one or two and they'll lose to germany look say you're way too conservative by the moment. It's hard to criticize results. You can talk about performances but results in gonna be good enough thus far because to go back to your point about germany. Stevie nichols said that germany aren't going to in anything with mats hummels in the back line. And i wonder what janaka fiat's off thinks of that champion champion german championship. But it's a fair point to say matsumoto's is struggling with his would his quickness but he's a very intelligent player may be when it took matzo most back one of the reasons york low. Thank you don need to have to defend in around to cover. But in the second half now against hungary changed to back four and i i expect to happen again. What is right. And what i agree with. Stephen nico is that. He's involved in so many goals to games. Even don't stop when he plays for dawson but because he's so brilliant defender going forward is outside pastas and all that kind of thing. That is not a lot of analyzing in and around that time. But he's a he's a great defender who can't defend. I think that is definitional. Matsumoto's great i'd like to ask you about my tunnels because obviously there was a lot made of the return of the veterans of imola and mats. Hummels what's been the reaction to his performances. in germany. to be honest there was a greater focus. After last night's performance all on the po display of leroy sante that has dominated headlines a lot more weather. It was the way that he was struggling to make any impact going forwards all that he was not defending well enough for the second hungarian goal. I posed the question. Wise leroy sante the closest player to under shafer when hungary school. That second goal. Because something's not going right if that's happening. Fifteen seconds after germany often hungry of takes off again and similarly. There's something wrong on the defensive organization when kai is one of your players making sure to try and block a break against portugal. So i think the hummel's is perhaps it an issue but also your system has to protect your plays. It needs to play to the strengths of you'll play it. And if you're bringing back match molds and miller you need to play them in a system which gets the best out of the minority that is why there has been this huge glamour in germany fall back for the three one. The germany have generally found success with because it's a system. The all of these plays a much more used to but this is. This is fascinating stuff. His sleeve has ellen really knows what he's going to do against england because he tries everybody but he goes with the three as as as as being said here. I think if england doesn't have much of the poll that's an advantage with kind of pace. They've got going forward. That's an advantage especially given the areas on the pitch that nabri and son. I have been getting on the ball out. Those are not the same areas that they got the ball by unit. That's a key difference native. He made of germany's defense sofa is it's obviously not been great. I think as a back three sometimes it. Can you think back three solid five and also but then some of the goals that have been exceptionally bore. You see them getting on the break and you think yourself. All the cases are settled issue. Is that desire issue. And ultimately has as the archie said there. When was the last man. Defending on a break from portugal. Going there. i'm thinking firstly. Why is it on the halfway line. And secondly why nobody else coming into the screen from a german standpoint. If you're gonna leave yourself open to the guy you're gonna be punished but the system itself in theory. It should work but they've not looked great. Having watched that germany gain yesterday. The thing that surprised me the most was the fact that firstly they went create a lot of chances but in terms of hungary they look comfortable and then looked like maybe they might nick another goal. And that's not what any of us expected from team who have emissions or winning the whole tournament so they have the experience but with system. Play right now. Something just seems a little bit off with it. I'm trying to remember her movie. The boys can help. Somebody can help me remember and the game so far. It's been cross and you get into one in front of a nutmeg field. And you know gone on astonishing. A season mindset scored more goals than he's ever in the league for any club. I believe Has strongest say is going forward and tony cross even is palm was never a great protector of a by resolve. Means you're fantastic player. But he's a wonderful passer of the ball. He's never been a great. Protector is not described as a firm dino. A roger goal as a completely different player. So that also exposes particularly when you're dominating game and you're run in front of you don't have a player with that main say thinking right. I've got been out. So i need to make sure and protect and twenty cross. Okay good no little bulbs and how they can affect the game going forward so that just adds to the pressure on the line. Great plays but not grit defensive midfielders to protect so i. I have no idea what he's going to do tomorrow. But i think he's going to irabu of the heart of they're going to get a result and yet we've still made you all give a prediction on this game between her and what was it. This is what we've got germany with a one nil win. Archie says germany. Five one shake. Craig burley chevy to one. Shock has gone for one nil. Nate draw an england penalty false because england never were no penalties. Are you mad born in one thousand nine hundred hours. I was around in twenty eight thousand when they were in russia and they went through something on penalties germans it was against colombian..

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"pacy" Discussed on Adult Beverage Podcast

Adult Beverage Podcast

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"pacy" Discussed on Adult Beverage Podcast

"The bette. davis is is self explanatory. I wonder just due to that first car scene. They needed a song that would really like pop with the two of them singing together in the car before the accent. Maybe that's maybe. I thought it would have been funny to do a little. Oh mosh to Urban legend if you guys have ever seen that harm to the girl at the beginning is singing. Turn around bright eyes and she is horrible. She sings it so badly. That you gotta respect your talent for saudi that bad with like rebecca gay heart. Yeah and jared leto in it. And i want to say a pacy pay see. What's his take josh. josh jackson. I think josh jackson said like every movie i watch. He's like the. Do michael caine chosen cruel intentions the other day. There's josh jackson going like didn't really casting this movie so i'm just going to play. Small part just showed up on that. I just showed up on set to work. That made me dye my hair blonde and use me. But i think this movie was was a lot of fun. It's really the bottom line to. It's not in the horror comedy genre. It's not as funny to me. Tucker nail obviously and i did see it like tucker and i saw both of them when they came out and i think it was released to streaming i and just like tucker dallas on streaming that. I saw it in the theater. Finally i have never seen enough theater. Tiger del versus evil is tucker says he also. Yeah that's right. It's never been so you know we always forget. Forget to rush. You know that because it's a it's a great one. We enjoyed that at such a great film. I think this is kind of that that mocking that goes in that cabin in the woods. Tucker and dale cabinet has scream you all those kind of things in that sort of genre. And i think it also but the one thing..

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"pacy" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"pacy" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"That's that's just great. Was there. Just just go about the debacle That just happened? How was it? A heated exchange? No, he apologized. I apologized. Anyway, because he put the answer in parentheses, and he's probably not done that. Yeah, Yeah, It's just it was looked a little different because he corrected it. And I'm not comprehending what I'm saying. While I'm reading it, I know not where consciously It's not what you're just saying. I'm just saying words because I'm running the board as well as trying to write down the answers to what you guys said right? And so I handle all of it. What I sound like a dumb blonde. This is how we Ron Burgundy thing, sometimes on Twin cities live like if we catch a cold script, and it's just in the prompter. That's that's where I have been there, mon friend. Did you guys hear that Sean Hannity clip of him trying to say desk pacy Itoh. Wei have it in our in our look a preparation material because Joe Biden played a little desperate Sito at a rally in Yeah, this was me. Reading the news one day and the word Constitution look so foreign to me and I kept going constituent. Sh constant constituents sh I don't know constituents Shin and I gave it to my on air partner. Go. What is his word? This is live on the air and go. Constitution and I'm like, Oh, my God, my old quick broadcast life there to crawl out of your skin because yesterday, Joe Biden was trying so hard to pander. For Hispanic Americans to vote for him in Florida that actually started a speech by playing well, the It's a song called The Sposito, which is on his cell phone. That's a well known song, Great singers there. It's a little interesting story sounds.

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"pacy" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:06 min | 2 years ago

"pacy" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And the staff is happy to help you. They're great. They're so helpful and you're talking about progesterone cream. I think it's important to mention that that progesterone cream that we're talking about That's identical to what we produce in our body. It's not a synthetic progesterone that you might receive from a doctor's prescription exams are very, very different. It's a good It's something to differentiate because I think it's very confusing. When people hear you. No bio identical versus natural forjust synthetic is confusing. It is very confusing and a lot of people don't have any idea what they're on, actually. Well, they just want relief. Yeah. You know, relief is kind of everything when you're feeling pretty desperate, and he dies in there, So you know each and every when we're talking about the glucose load, and I was talking about the client I cancer patient. We'll each and every one of those foods that we were talking about which you're processed carbohydrates. I'm thinking muffins, pancakes, biscuits, bread, and, you know, one of my favorite saying is if you can't pluck it or chase it. You need it. So there is no bread tree. You're bred animal can kick Bush muffin route with much as we wish. They were us. We dio I chased that muffin roof right down. But you know, that's a really easy guide for people at us. Eat the foods. You can pluck her chase. Yeah. In each. We don't want to have those other foods that are process that turn rapidly into glucose in our bloodstream because the cancer cells love to feed on those All of us at nutritional Wait. Wellness are on a mission to help educate women everywhere on what to eat. And to have good hormonal health. And I would throw men in there too. I've seen several men with estrogen dominance. Harry. Menopause is a great time to take charge of your health. For those of you who have not yet reached peri Menopause now is also a great time for you to take charge of your health and to avoid some of the unpleasant peri menopause symptoms we've discussed today. I'm thinking adult acne That is something asked that is I'm seeing so much of that is treatable. Very tree culminate clients. With that, yes, and whole body acne is so frustrating, especially in summer. Our dieticians and nutritionists have helped a great many women and men balance their hormonal health. And they would love to help you to again. You can give us a call at 6516993438 To set up an appointment with one of our nutrition experts, and I think they'll be happy that they did. And I'm glad you mentioned younger women because A. You know a lot of times, Of course, Peri. Menopause is not on their radar. Maybe they want to get pregnant in the future, but not even thinking about it. They always tell those women you put the work in now. Then it's gonna be so much last dress in the future and you're going to feel so much better the acne. So when I think Carmona acne chin jaw line that's cystic, painful. It could be the body acne, too. Yes. And a lot of symptoms seem s sometimes where you just Don't feel depressed. You know, prior to my cancer and hysterectomy, I I can remember life. I had terrible PMS symptoms not only when it was prior to my cycle, but it was during ovulation. No, I I had about 10 Good days among us. Definitely estrogen dominant there. With the you know, acting breakout. But for women now just getting their hormones balance. They're going to feel so much better, and it helps them. Down the road with how they're going to perform the physically during perimenopause and menopause and decrease in that risk of breast cancer. Yeah, that is a lot of important. I think most of us are touched by somebody who either has estrogen dominance or an estrogen progesterone. Cancer risks. And so we wantto talk a little bit about what do you eat? Right? Yeah. I mean, you have busy, baby. You're in the shut in your working career woman. What do you making and eating at home? Easy, easy stuff. You know, I think it it does make it easier that it is summer. You know, we have access to all these vegetables. I make a lot of difference Laws. With cabbage broccoli saw. Sometimes I'll do the kale because that's easier whip up. I make my own dressing. What you put in that man is ah, a little apple cider vinegar, sometimes a little mustard, depending on whatever flavor. And the good mayonnaise Right now. No soybean or canola, No soybean, canola oil and with the man is, you know, we talked about labeling earlier with organic versus grass fed. So what we see a lot now is there's man is that claim it's avocado oil. You have to read the ingredient last visits, some of them soybean oil with a little avocado oil. Who who's Oh, so check your labels. That's easy and my top it with nuts or fruit that I have some easy to grill, right? We have Ah, a freezer full of meat. That's who we're cooking batches. That's important match matches the smoothies. You've always been good about making those bash movies. Put him in the refrigerator. So you've got one. I tell the clients now, when you're in the throes of working at home when you make a smoothie, double it. And then put one in the refrigerator that you can take a bathroom break. Go grab another smoothie. If that's if that's how busy you are better eating real food, right, And it's almost I found for myself, and I think I've heard two. It's almost harder working from home. To stay on your eating schedule, right? Yeah, through easy. Yeah, it ISS and I know you. So you're in the process of moving your very pacy as well. What are you doing? I'm keeping it simple. I definitely batch girl if I'm and I'm cooking for myself, So if I cook one Burger, I cook five. If I cook one piece of salmon, I cook five. And then if I roast platters of vegetables, I'll do that. Sometimes all throw ah, zucchini squash in the crock pot with a little water. Walked, put it on high walk by when I could stick a fork in and I've got a zucchini squash. I can eat a great idea so easy. I'll do the same thing with the head of cauliflower or a head of broccoli, so it doesn't heat up my kitchen. And it's cooking and I when I'm done working, zooming phone clients, I've got really food to eat. And you have to do something with it, because that's ready yet. So then why do you Boum writ up? You eat it and I've got my exam and I cooked the night before. And that works. The best for me is keeping a simple right now..

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"pacy" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"pacy" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

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"pacy" Discussed on X96

X96

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"pacy" Discussed on X96

"Is going to play an astronaut who has who is retired and she's now an administrator in NASA okay so my guess is that though but she's gonna she'll have to go back to being an astronaut because she knows something why don't we have Sandra bullock B. Estrada because we've already seen her be an astronaut she could be the retired astronaut you think Sandra bullock has to always be the astronaut was interesting hi Kelly but this this would all be more believable for me if Sandra bullock for the retired astronaut here are the most search for cocktails in each state according to Google I've got a for every staple just to I saw this list and I don't believe it well I find it odd as well because he says Utah the most searched for the most so presumably well just as the most search for is a cocktail called the Cape Cod I know I can't I don't know is that cranberry juice or cranberry juice and vodka it's at all a little lime I thought that was a sea breeze welcome and I'm going to Google and now I'm gonna add to those numbers can one truly big Google it because I think we'll get we're gonna need to send a rag tag team to be liquor store in troubled times I think you're right because I've always called that a sea breeze that's what I did the grammar use vodka and lime so now when you look at it a pacy breeze Seabreeze now see we should be going for a lot of Mississippi the most Google Ario is a pain killer yeah what's the difference a sea breeze is cranberry juice and vodka lime and grapefruit juice I had a feeling yes that's right for cities in Utah are just begun offering covert nineteen antibody testing draper bluff Dale Riverton and vineyard or vine yard I don't know what are the people who live there call it vine yard or guardians what are the vineyard Ian's college well it would be fine your audience or been your audience anyway they they are doing antibody testing the cut test cost seventy dollars anybody can sign up to get one and once you sign up you'll get a slot time arrived at the testing site you drive up your car healthcare worker because of some finger **** test yeah I don't want that one I want to one doctor COBOL says which is the draw blood drawn from the artist they'll get a blood test and then it within twenty minutes you'll now know which I don't want that one I want the real one if you do have antibodies then you'll be given a code nineteen tests to see if you act actively have the virus we're kind of hoping that we're going to catch some of these a symptomatic positives that may be out there said draper mayor Troy Walker Laurie Dave bell in the news today little bit should tell you where the kids are your new information continues to surface about Lori day bell who's currently behind bars in Idaho for the disappearance of her two children court documents it says here in this story she's behind bars in Idaho for the disappearance of her two children and her past I don't parishes I don't believe you can charge someone for their past bad writing court documents obtained by the international business times and Daily Mail revealed that day bell has previewed was previously sued by her third husband Joseph Ryan for hiding their daughter tightly that happened more than a decade before day bell was charged for failing to produce seventeen year old tightly and seven year old Joshua about to Idaho authorities Ryan took action and after they build failed to keep her end of their custody agreement which included Ryan being able to see his daughter okay let's see that's that's good well for now really we can hold out for older week which we are working on.

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"pacy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:47 min | 2 years ago

"pacy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"As a real void that is completely empty I mean even even the word space I think it's outdated right because he needed it it suggests something empty but what you say what's there instead as you say is not is a world of happenings not of things yes the thing is something which remains equal to itself I think is a stone is a thing because I can ask where the stone and more what happening is something that is limited in space and time and Emma the case is that is not the thing because I can I ask where is the case tomorrow anyways in this case the more I mean he's just happened I see okay and I think that we don't understand the world US made by storms I think so we understand the world made by cases or things happenings in other words the the elementary quantity so the ingredients for describing the world out of nothing which remain through time they're just limited in space and and and time and I think which remained through time our process is there to repeat themselves no one is just the it Carmen flickering off electrons and thing and stuff which remains together not even forever of course because it goes into powder for a long time for a while so to better understand the world I think we shouldn't could you see two things we should would you seek to happening and happening always between the difference is always relations only Sir as like a case which is something happened between two persons so even for you a stone is a happening is seen in a long expensive time and an understanding of how it became what it is happening on three we live we live a hundred here but suppose we lived to be in the system will be just a moment in which some sun gets together and then to desegregate says just a momentary getting together of sand the permanence of things isn't it it's a matter of we look at them for a short time with respect to their own state heather I I want to read another passage from your writing handful of types of elementary particles which vibrate and fluctuate constantly between existence and non existence and swarm in space even when it seems that nothing is there combined together to infinity like the letters of a cosmic alphabet to tell the immense history of galaxies of the innumerable stars of sunlight of mountain woods and fields of grain of the smiling faces of the young at parties and of the night sky studded with stars with I thank you for reading this I think what I wanted to convey he is the sense that if you think that the reality just quantum fields and or or capitalism nothing else yeah it does not mean that it's dry it means that there is out of the hat to the space from credible complexity including the galaxies the the the the woods the forest the ending polluting our own emotions our own complexity as human beings to think even that the scientific description of the world it's it's basically right is is nothing else for me to does not mean denying the complexity of of of what we are to the opposite means bringing it together in a in a unitary way with what we know about the world and it seems to me that our understanding of time well as well as space but let's stay with time as you know and it would I instance a time is a stubbornly persistent illusion or our our sense of times past present and future this arrow moving forward any time I think we we all experience as this basic element we we move through and work with and struggle with and try to control and organize you know or lose to through the course of every day and I feel like the way Einstein re imagined the way physics has understands time now is just such a huge example of how we have yet to even begin to internalize the reality of time these denouncing that's sort of complicated center yes very well I know it is a very well first of all it intrigues you and intrigues me and I think entry so people what has happened is that we have learned that our direct intuition of time we we have a very good idea of what time he's right I mean if you ask somebody who doesn't know if he's like what time is he knows what time is but that's ideal time is wrong it's not longer for us I mean we have like a one hour for the docking and and that's one hour and then right right yes for leaving and so on so forth but it is slim books missions like this being flat around us the more you learn about nature the more you discomfort at the time from the mental level time is not there and in the big easy creations of Israel which I and many clicks a working now in quantum gravity times there's nothing like time that's his time does not exist but does not this doesn't mean that does not exist for us but let me tell you something which I think is central you quoted a sentence by a phrase by Einstein in which he says that time is a sort of pacy stubborn persistent illusions and it doesn't exist I single test but he wrote that in a letter addressed to to the system in the family it all for his best friend in a Basil who had just died I did not know that so yes so this is not in a text to to physicist of the philosophers easy in a letter to a sister who is the just lost his brother a family who's just lost a member of family so the content is not a discussion about the structure of reality it's a letter to console his lettering which ice and expresses his love for me Kayla who has been his companion and end up in that's the phrase I stand right so for people like me Killin me time he's so he's talking about his relation between with with makayla and he's talking clearly about his own loss of makayla and he's on being in front of death because my only son died one month in the lead after McCain is always is very close twice and death and when he's singing it's thirty something illusory yeah in time I think he's talk about emotions and he's talking about something in a sense a deeper and more important than the physical nature of time he's talking about is it the luxury of of of life of our experiences that I I don't think that phrase by NASA should be taken too literally so in this in a sense what you're saying also is that it's partly Einstein pointing at this the challenge of working with time as we understand it scientifically and time as we understand it as human beings or did or simply being as you are using is really just because being a human being I think he's in that's phrases is deeply being a human being and that and and talking to himself with makayla and also implicitly talking about his own attitudes toward death they which is was coming I'm a month later he's dead but certainly times something which touches us in death in profoundly because this isn't it think about time is thinking about other thing needed we're not gonna live forever and then what is this time in which we must I mean there's no time for the mental level and never the less we human beings living time we are we are a lovely time like fish in the water but for us it's impossible to think of itself without time so I do think there is more to understand their and I do think it's a different question what is time in the fundamental physics Fromm the question what is time for us.

"pacy" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

23:02 min | 2 years ago

"pacy" Discussed on KCRW

"Th th school school this kitten and is it is it is the so he said people and that was this will make you wait one as a mom being so what age is we have thank is the number complain and that was sold sold change he has the I want to cancel one on one and this he and in this this that only this is all all right many people meanings the Leda it's KCRW with T. this is shells of his Annika release which made my top ten of two thousand nineteen one new friends is this time of changes which was actually might have record of two thousand nineteen so I'm just giving you some heat right now Toby Ernest where the gonna be fine that was a nice little baseline there to batida to Kenny remix yes two but you know one half of pool side and then he breaks gonna be fine we go make it when censored shirt with smile T. she gave us no way does allow when with body check your chance at tickets from my personal collection from my personal stash pacy Goldie's twenty five years of metal heads next Thursday night and respect I am so excited about.

"pacy" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"pacy" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"So you guys ever smoked before the shows every showed every show that we record we're hot. Yes. That's that's the premise of the of the show. You know? That's actually a very good like tandem to us or on the other side where we drink every show. So it's nice like getting drunk during his show can get pretty rowdy. And I feel like if you're high I've never been high. You know? I feel as we can just like spout like very interesting ideas and give way to like some really good thoughts on the game. So that school, man. So so how so where can we find your show is it on soundcloud, and you have a YouTube channel as well. Yeah. Yeah. So so we have right now, we're mostly on on soundcloud on on YouTube. You can find us at a soundcloud dot com. Backslash high press podcast and men on on YouTube. But I forgot what the YouTube channel was because it was like one of my old YouTube channels, not just converted into high press, but you can just search high press podcast than you know, it'll it'll pop up you'll see the soccer bowl with a little marijuana on it and and stuff like that. And right now, you know, we're just mostly on soundcloud in I told, you know, we don't we don't really take, you know, ourselves too seriously. It's kinda just on this a little hobby. That me a Mark do whenever we can, you know, get together, and you know, shoot the shade. And talk about soccer. We know we'll get high. Recorded and whatever the fuck out comes out. You know, like this definitely some interesting topics that we cover the marijuana use. You know, definitely expands the brain cells. You know what I'm saying? No, absolutely. My first question to you is. We've talked about in our private conversations about, you know, the recent transfers going on in the major one which you brought up to me was Miguel Elmer on so me and more in don't watch that much MLS where big Premier League is we try and cover as much of the other leagues as we can. We are looking enough to have the UNB. Relegated podcast come on the show. And they're Atlanta FC main podcasts and the that sat out to the shadow to suggest Ritalin a and k Francis. Yeah. Those guys are fucking hilarious. I love them so much Jay is a video wizard who makes all the hype videos for them, which are really really good. So what are your thoughts on this transfer? What it means for 'em? Oles are Newcastle. Gidding the player they need to stay up this season. And how well do you think will transition a lot of these BBC commentators kinda talking trash like I've never even heard of him from the MLS? You know, so go on. I mean, so me personally, I I've loved what what watching McGee. Our marrone. I think I think he's a star, man. The kid is twenty four years old from Paraguay. You know, he's he was in. He was doing his thing in the South American league's. He was bought. I believe in twenty sixteen for only like seven seven million dollars. You know, he played two years in Atlanta. He had a twenty two goals, twenty one assists, seventy games. I'm in the guys display in the lecture grow. Like if you haven't seen Atlanta United games on. He is that he is you know, their starter. He's very fast, very pacey. Good dribbler of great vision and stri thrives on on the counter, it's which I think fit perfectly for Newcastle because Rafah they play that that press, and they like to suck teams in and hit them on the counter, and the reason that they don't score that many goals is because they don't have a pacy guy up front and attacking midfielder that can spring break, and that's exa-. Exactly what Miguel alma rule was bought to do. And they pay the price for them. They paid twenty seven million dollars. Like, you know, so he better do something. Or else of Major League Soccer is gonna get a lot of a lot of criticism. Just like you were talking about before..

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"pacy" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"pacy" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"The freshmen next once. What are we fifteen four Swiss nineteen games? That's that's quite a few quite a few opportunities to go and play. You shouldn't still be a freshman. I think Kobe's done some really good things forces here to Sears been amazing last three games. I mean to ask him any files he had denied he had zero Miami the other day had four and only played fifteen or sixteen minutes. So it helps when he's not in foul. Trouble in leaky hadn't played as well as a wind. But how about I plays any doubles down on the post and steals the ball? And we go to the other any he's one at found Coby on a three year stretch there. So I think all three of her freshman you're going to be very good players. And I think that they'll continue to get better. And better stretch out. Why were you guys able to? He's one of their better players. It's he's one of my favorite players for them. And he's a load. He pushes the pacy distributes abolish Gore's himself. What he ended up with seventeen points, six assists, two three four from three point line. I mean, he's really good player. You take Luke out of our lineup or somebody like that. We're not as good either. But him getting the third foul. And I thought he should have gotten a fourth one known play that they didn't call the foul, but he's competitive as all get out and tried to block garrison shot difference. I think just getting more comfortable I've been telling you guys all along that he's coming. He's coming. But it's just some guys it takes them a while a little while to get more comfortable than other guys. But the defensive end the floor is what our point to gain his grades were the last two games. And I would bet he's probably a no a couple of times ninety tagged and got back to his man. So I think you'll probably have a better defense grade this time to. Is the balancing on creating his own distributing. Whereas whereas you like. I'd like for him to steal score twenty seven tonight. And I'd like him to do it without three turnovers. So he's you're exactly right. He's in that mix. Sometimes in a of the turnovers right in front of our bench was a silly turnover. The bounce pass. He tried to make the Luke and traffic was so I'd like him to get rid of those turnovers and steal. He's offensive minded, which I'm not against that KENDALL. Marshall was one of the great point guards have had anything was passed. First second third and fourth tile. Awesome was one of the great point guards. And he was shoot or pass and Kobe to be, but he has some speed pushed the ball. And he still is not pushed the pace that I think he will eventually push. Two of their best players were on being. So that helps but other netball when the basket it wasn't a secret plays or anything. But when the basket going crazy like that. And.

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"pacy" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"pacy" Discussed on High and Mighty

"Really, I was not a surfer, but I was a biggie border. Oh. I'm Depp ING you up in. I in. Yeah. We used to say the best things in life or done laying boogie border defense against her for it. The body border magazine. Edited my brothers were serious board bags my dad. We went to the beach every single day when we were kids dad would just like we we would lay on our boogie boards instead of on our towels. We would like y parents they like fish. They let let them I was always referenced has a fish. Yeah. My mom would say that's my little water rat. Jonathan he's a little water Matthew in Demi fish Chelsea. She's not a fish. She likes to sit right here. Fish, meghan. She sometime could be a fish are wanna four. I know. Those are my cousin. Okay. Yeah. No, actually, you know, we we weren't beach beach people. But my mom's best friend Elena who was like, our best friend since high school since high school, the she would go to the beach everyday to the point where I thought it was normal to go to the beach every day and be like Brown. Lega schrool another grace another race. Yes. It was she looked so dark, and I just thought well some people do that. They just go to the beach every day, and that's how they look. And now looking back on it. I'm like horrified. In the world that was us because my dad worked three to eleven. So we would go to the beach in the summer. He'd be like the kids are home. I gotta do something the beach every day at eight AM rained. We went to Roosevelt field mall and saw movie, right? Every single day. We went to the beach every single day. My mom was off. We went to the beach. Yeah. My aunt went to the and we were I was thirteen and like Brown, and like not putting on oil, and she would be like put on the SPF force. You can get darker tanning oil and like fourteen trust me like I was like fully identifying metro sexual in high school. And so I was like, oh, we have to be as Tannock as possible and like the tanning gym. And the gym are such a weird part of the island. Yeah. And also, did you do the thing? I know you said you believe share but driven to thing to get more natural blonde. Put the lemon juice in your hair. Oh, hell you are Iraq's. I didn't real- son in. Yes. Rate son in our hair, my hair like. Orange and like the weirdest color embarrassed. Yeah. I remember doing the lemon juice like every day for a week on the Montauk for vacation. And I still can get anything going on. Now, it just it really didn't work by remember knowing though, I didn't bleach my hair I highlighted my hair smart because did you do when you beat the tips? I did frosted tips. Okay. See I looked at that. And I knew I was like this is not going to hold up even at like twelve thirteen fourteen years old when it was all the rage in everyone was doing it like that. Like that probably of just a flip of your hair was blonde member that oh that I'd ever did. That was bad. I did frosted tips where it's like only like all around. But it was I I had routes. I was like an early male Ambrus see that. No. That worked though. Today. See, right. That was very much the pacy because I kind of had a self-proclaimed pacey. Mark McGrath Ricky Martin vibe because that's super tan people said I looked like Ricky Martin. That's how much tanning I was doing tips, and I was sixteen. I'm only Ricky. You look like a Latino people would say, you look Spanish, and it will be a compliment. It was like nothing it shouldn't be a couple. But it's just like it was just so funny. Like, everyone was racing to try to look like as black as possible, honest. I went to spring break in Florida with some Long Island girls that I was loosely friends with. Yeah. We it was like college my friends like so-and-so's going to Florida. They rented a house it's gonna be super cheap. We just have to drive and I'm like, oh, I'll do it. And we kinda were friends with these girls..

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"pacy" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"pacy" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"One ear is very different from the next. I'm not having a reason why you count back. Just ridiculous. Brad of analysis loadin nonsense to Denman not willing to cello hurdle. Denman want it diamond Harry, one at ripta civil one at king's road, one at Bendery want it, you know, it's the whole lot of other really good Osas of won it. So you know, they provide the lines of plenty. It might be that the thing what he means is that it hasn't thrown up a winner of the two enough mile race. It's a challenge, but that is going to happen at some point Asti, very very quickly Nick giving you're there. I was impressed. With champagne platinum. The introductory hurdle. It's a ridiculous VO says that the hendersons go in this Novi startling division. Redick Yetlis, great before Braff HALE and Butch Dale and camp and champagne, platinum and angels, breath and. Boston thing that one the other day to look very loose. The other two. Pretty good host Raphael. They think. Yes. Good. Good. Most of them are owned by j p. And I it does look more of more of a chase yet. Definitely given. They've champ basically, see whether it wish I'm paying platinum Enzo really did took they've taken they took a baby step put him here when they could've suppose taken a bigger step. But I liked it. Now like, you say those jump is heard like one that'll be better over a fence suppose g the turn of foot. He showed now for for a point to point background. Now it Tony showed clearly not an electric race in terms of quality. But I liked the way he did it. Now, I told you very nice, Kevin you're pedigree, man. And you've been saying for as long as I can remember perfectly good point. And he's a stowaway, isn't he? Bovine flat. They just an awful lot quicker than people think that they're going to be the host is probably is she going to do it. But it's I have three miles than IVA three miles. So just be a little bit deceptive find big hoses? But I go plenty of pace there's very few. So aways excel overstaying trips, of course, they're there. Bush like you say in the main they tend to be more to minor types. And he looks pacey to me, you know, he does the pacy to me. All right, as we wrap up our festive review of the two thousand eighteen racing with a view to what's going to happen in two thousand nineteen what is the horse that you are most looking forward to seeing from the festive period at Cheltenham or one of the spring festivals this year, Nick look. Clinton Zuber and the go Cup interesting. Kevin blake..

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