30 Burst results for "Parisi"
AP News Radio
Palmieri has 2 goals, assist as Islanders beat Devils 5-1
"The islanders are closer to a playoff birth following a 5 one win over the Devils. Kyle Palmer scored two straight goals. The first snap had gone one all tie in, the second period. Right now, our line is as a whole and our team is playing well. And we just got to keep that going. The horvat entered an 11 game goal drought when he and Zach parisi scored empty netters. Ilya siroc and stopped 30 shots to help New York move 6 points clear of a postseason birth. The devil's remained three points behind the metropolitan division leading hurricanes, who have two games in hand. Eric Hollis scored shorthanded for New Jersey. I'm Dave ferry.
AP News Radio
Parise scores late, Nelson nets 2 as Islanders edge Penguins
"The islanders three game skid has ended with a 5 four victory over the penguins. Moved up to the top line, Anders Lee had two goals and an assist to help the aisles move ahead of the Panthers and capitals for the second Eastern Conference wild card. We found a way tonight. We stuck with it. We got to our game. And we battled all night, and that's what ultimately I think pulled us through. Brock Nelson also had two goals in an assist, but it was Zach parisi's goal with two 43 remaining that put New York in a virtual tie with Pittsburgh for the first wild card. Ilya siroc and stopped 40 shots of blank depends in the third period. For a card Raquel scored twice for the penguins. I'm Dave fairy.
Entrepreneur on FIRE
"parisi" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"We're gonna kick into the October 2022 income at a glance by sharing that our gross income for October was a $180,856, our expenses were 20,252 for a net profit of a $160,604, which was actually a 1000 in $98 increase from September, so just a tiny new percentage up there. And our percent of net profit overall gross revenue was 18 9%. So close to that 90% number. And another great showing overall. And again, we have a lot to talk about that I mentioned. The intro, but first we're going to kick it over to Ron, who's going to talk about understanding the R&D tax credits. Take it away, Ron. Hello, John, and hello, fire nation. This is Ron parisi with CPA on fire for your October 2022 tax and accounting tip, and today fire nation, we're going to be rolling our sleeves up and getting involved in a technical tax topic, the R&D credit. And I don't think we're going to get too deep, but I really want to create awareness for you fire nation. I know you guys have businesses of various sizes and shapes, but I really want to talk about the R&D credit and what exactly qualifies and just to get you guys aware that maybe certain expenses inside your organization could qualify for the R&D credit. But step one, let me just talk a little about the difference between a credit and a deduction, right? So a credit is money in your pocket. So the federal government and certain states will give you credit, money back for your R&D related expenses, 12 to 16%, so it's substantial. So what exactly were deduction? Well, let me before I go on where deduction is a reduction in your income, IE reduction in your tax. So a credit is a lot more valuable to you, the entrepreneur. And let me just talk about the R&D, has a pretty wide umbrella of what it can cover, right? So it's really just research to bring new knowledge, right? So what does that mean? That means developing software, developing products, developing processes, and not just developing new, but also improving a problem. Software, products, processes, new technologies, new production processes, prototypes, models, new tools.
WABE 90.1 FM
"parisi" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Following it, and at one point, my dad's in the backseat, my mom's sitting next to me in the front seat. And at one point, my dad said, where are you going? Why are you going this way? I don't even know exactly where I was. I think it maybe to the cross island, and then an exit and queens and he was like, why are you going this way? And I was like, the GPS is, I'm just following the GPS. And then it told me to make a left on Broadway in Queens. Made the left and I was like, oh my God, Jen, we're going to go right by Jen. Do you know where we are? We have to take them right to the neighborhood where parents were first a couple. Working together in his family's business. The GPS told them to make a turn. On that corner is a bakery that is an old Italian bakery. It's been there and I think I have the name of it somewhere. Yeah, it's called parisi's bakery. And it's right on the corner there. It's been there forever and my parents used to. Always pick up their bread for their big Italian meals with my grandmother, she would be like, get the bread, the parisi's go to priests, get the present. Wait, when they were how old? When they were teenagers, when they were 19 and 20, and they were working in Queens and my dad was freaking out about the bakery, and so I pulled over and I said, that one, don't you get a loaf of bread? And he jumped out of the car, and he went and got a loaf of bread and some cookies for my mother. Amy drives on. And the GBS next wrote some right past this diner. The Bel Air diner. That they had breakfast at every morning when they were in their 20s before they would go to the factory. They would go with my grandfather, sometimes with my uncle too.
WABE 90.1 FM
"parisi" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"An Italian physicist called Giorgio parisi one of his areas of study was starling murmurations He's been photographing starlings in 3D since 2005 but he also has worked with face transitions in many different fluids Well meantime you have these gorgeous photographs Here's one It's taken during a pink and orange sunset hundreds of thousands maybe millions of starlings are covering the entire frame And in the second half of the frame I'm looking at it right now is a body of water that reflects them This is what photographers try to do try to get something and you got it but did you scratch that itch I mean can you really get it Can you really capture it The thing with this is it's a lot about patience and commitment I've actually spent 5 years doing this where I've been out pretty much every night in the season so basically most of the winter and I'm working in 7 different countries Following the startings along their migration paths down through Europe and also over to England and Ireland and suddenly I could photograph the same phenomenon but in very different landscapes and also in very different light They look very different in Spain from what they look like in Denmark Are fascinating But have you got it Actually after 5 years of doing this I feel like I've only just begun I'm more fascinated than ever and I'm definitely not going to stop for the next few years For the first time in my life I actually really look forward to the winters So because that's when the birds gather again I mean as much as I'm enjoying summer right now I can't wait till later October when they start gathering again That sore and soul care his book of photographs black son chronicles Europe's starling murmurations.
WABE 90.1 FM
"parisi" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Half of bush Abuja wonder Benito never really clarified if it was about Andrea She's referring to Andrea riscos a Puerto Rican woman who made multiple attempts to gain a protection order against her ex partner in 2021 A judge refused and then last April she was found murdered So when I was writing the song I kind of had it in the back of my mind but I wasn't completely sure Months before Costa's death governor pero parisi had already declared a state of emergency over gender violence in Puerto Rico So let him know the love of love with your love could sink on her shoulder The song begins with Bad Bunny rapping about Andrea in the third person Describing her smart and independent But society looks down on her So look at her look that light you people are lying I think that he paints a really beautiful picture of how intensely women are judged in this island now even by women ourselves For them to go know them on your door ayy though those are complicated Everything has gotten complicated As if being a woman was a sin But all of a sudden yeah So look at them Then comes the blank spaces Bad Bunny wanted them to fill and it wasn't really until you know I started writing and I'm like I feel like I need to be this woman You know what I mean Like I feel like I need to sort of embody her And I have to say it wasn't easy And so she slips into the first person And the first part of my verse says I don't want anybody telling me what I have to do You're so good for me So that the moment you don't mind Can't want to get something About me and you know women need to be understood like the sea or like the surfer understands the sea but.
Newsradio 970 WFLA
"parisi" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Olds at Dana Chara It's gotta be great for a young defenseman to get to play with char We saw that with mcavoy in Boston Yeah he did such a job for mcavoy outstanding Noah Dobson's a heck of a defenseman too He's got some great offensive skills He's got ten goals already Dobson does and he learns a lot from char Sorelli and Nelson at center ice As we mentioned Nelson hitting 30 goals he hit the mark yesterday when the islanders lost in Boston and he wins the face off earned away Dobson at the islander blue line right side feet bovier touches it in ruder to get to the puck in the lightning near corner up the near side headman fumbled it away Bailey At the right circle Either way pointed Dobson slings a Shah wide left Long rebound Alex corn He'll paddle it out to relieve center So rally across the blend of Victor headman left circle Shoot save sorokin The top of his crease made to save no rebound 23 seconds into a scoreless first Yeah a little bit of pushing and shoving after the whistle too and it's the Dano Chara who's right in the middle of it Lightning just going to the net and nothing too serious but char apparently making a first impression He makes a big impression by accident 6 foot 9 While Dave randorf mentioned in the pregame that first meaning easy to forget because it was so long ago but maroon and Chara fought right at the beginning of that game Right Yeah and you better know what you're doing if you're going to fight zedo Chara and pat maroon does know You got to have some technique because he's got a tremendous amount of reach on you Nick Paul wins the face off in barcel headman set a point shot blocked It's grabbed by Oliver wahlstrom of the islanders walks it to center ice nudges for Zach parisi across the blue line left point shot blocking down by vasilevsky ruta chops at the puck at the far boards Marcellus steel left circle Marzel shoots that got tip wide left by parisi Ross Colton collects the puck in the lightning near corner works for ruta by the Tampa Bay net Playing some four checking pressure rooted ahead middle of the left wing Now out to Colton at center trying to catch New York and a change across the blue line Left circle shot again sorokin and that same spot basically made the save on Colton that time like he did on hedman earlier and again no rebound still in the opening minute no score New York islanders are 7 two and one Their last ten games their problem all year as they haven't been able to score although they do score first a lot They escort first 35 times but.
Entrepreneur on FIRE
"parisi" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Exit strategies and taking on investors. I'm Ron parisi with CPA on fire. We always appreciate being invited to talk about accounting tax and regulatory issues for entrepreneurs with the fire nation. Today we're tackling a question that came in from the podcasters Paradise live Q&A. Let me read the question. It's a very important topic and it has to do with your exit strategy. Yeah, I know fire nation. You guys probably have a lot of different or you're in different points in your business cycle, whether you're just starting up, whether you've been doing this for a while, but I always think it's very important to good business strategy to always be open to always be cognizant to your exit strategy, whether that's one day you wake up and decide you no longer want to do what you're doing or maybe somebody comes along with just a super, super offer that you need to contemplate. So I always think it's a good idea to put yourself in a potential buyer shoes, a potential investor shoes with how you run your business. So let's get into the question. The question is, if you were to list EOF fires, podcast assets, what would that look like? How about this? Brand number one, audience number two, sponsors, number three, email list number four and episode library number 5. You know, this is a very interesting take on. Looking to potentially have the assets recorded for potential buyer. But let's just take a step back for a second. Let's just talk about the two most important financial statements of a business of your business. It is your balance sheet and your profit and statement. And just, you know, let's just look at that basics. I always like to start there. Your balance sheet is your photo, your flash and time. Your picture in time. So as of 1231, 2021, what were your assets?.
"parisi" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"I don't know, that's got to. That's a question for us. We got to. There's another nickname for your girls. If you haven't had enough? Yeah, no, I can't. That one's that one hurt. Angry little alpha. I mean, considering we're talking about, let's stick on that right now with that and then there's adeena thing next game. Is this a rivalry Bruin? Like when you hear that, are you like that motherfucker? I'm gonna beat the wheels off from next game. No, I didn't know connect me said it. And I'm a huge fan of his, like, as a player. And it's kind of similar, you know, he's a bit of a rat as well, and he's but he's super effective and he's such a good player. Puts up a ton of points. So it's almost destined for me to end up in a scrum with him. And then the comment I was just worried that, you know, it might take off a little bit. You know, nowadays that, you know, that could be found, you know, insensitive or something. So I was worried that could have for him. You know, English wasn't his first language, and maybe you can get himself with some midgets, not even. I'm supposed to affect I'm sure nobody in Vancouver got offended. They never get offended about anything. No, there's actually a not a riot, but what do you call those things? Protest? A protest going on. Thank you, girls. He's heading it. Bernie Sanders. Flipping cars in no time over there. I guess a sign on margin. I heard it and I was just like, that's, you know, that's thanked, obviously, you know, because I knew our team would love it. And they for sure did. But it was just it was an unfortunate hit. I think I told them after, you know, I went to the bench and asked somebody. I said, did I get him with my elbow? Because they were asking me to fight if I got him with my elbow. I would fight for that for sure. You hit a guy in the head with your elbow. You might as well stand up for yourself and you know, take your legs for that. I didn't think I didn't think I did, so I wasn't gonna fight, you know, he just skated into my butt and but when I heard it and I felt it I knew it was a big impact. So I was, you know, a little concerned at first that, you know, we were going to have a little scrum there. Worth the embalm. Yeah, person. That's what I was going to have my guy. We kind of go for like the reverse hit there. Or did you just happen to catch me? You're asking because it was like this guy is fucking dirty little player, dude. Guys of the league hate your guts. I remember last year, land of skog wanted to ruin you. You get underneath guys, skin more than the good thing. Everyone like planning against me. I would have done anything to switch that. I love your game, dude. You're one of my favorite players to watch and there's a reason I was stroking you off online all last year. Well, I trust me, I don't like that they hate me. Obviously like the only thing I end up caring about is if they like you in your own room and fortunately, you know, they do, so that's all that matters. But you know, I don't go out there trying to get under guy skins. I just, I'm a small, small guy that tries to play in tight areas and I'm sure that's really annoying. I mean, I played against guys and I wanted two hand two, so I'm sure I'm that guy and you know, it's no fun playing against those guys, but yeah, for sure last year you play these teams 8 times. You know, it was like every game I was like, okay, I have to keep an eye out for him. I was keep an eye out for him and I was like getting old after a while. How many times I have to see the avalanche? You got bubba, the multi poo with you on the ice. You attack us. Yeah. I go home and just get bit by him. I was like, I have enough of this season. You should wear a little vest on the front of your Jersey, just like keep him around. I should put the stop sign on the back of my Jersey, just stop, please don't hit me. I got to ask, go ahead, sorry. Well, I was just going to ask you about the other incident when in Seattle, where I guess you were taping your stick in the early and the third period and you had this fan right behind the glass who was barking at you. He was crushed. Just crippled for the squid game. So you end up making a nice play, get down the ice a little bit of a fake shot, open up grew by our side at 5 hole for the winner and you go back. And you take about 6 minutes to get on the bench whilst they're in this tie down. In real life, he was flipped me off and they had like four of their buddies there, just slamming on the glass and I had cost us the goal right before they were up two on and we had just tied it up. So I'm sitting there thinking like, please give me a chance to tie this up. Let me get back on the good graces here. And I was in a bit of a mood. So he's like doing that and I'm just pissed off and I don't react, but then I score and it happened to be like 30 seconds later, so I was like, thank God, I'm going to give it to this guy. But again, something I'd love to have back and maybe have a filter and talk to myself before I get to the bench like forget about it. It's a fan of slipping off of care. The legendary clipper when Steve Sullivan, you know, that one's better. Yeah. Scripted it was so unbelievable, but you should actually you should win the lady Bing for your restraint on not grabbing your ball bag and telling them to lick it after a full game of drunken buffoonery behind the bench. I'll tell you what, I had my fair fuck you matches. I used to play in Toledo and that old barn and the glass was grasses about halfway down. My job probably wouldn't say this in today's age, but this guy would have a megaphone and he would chirp us the entire and he was shitting with someone and I ended up going out to going at the someone and I felt that afterward, but hey, I think that if fans are going to come at you and be ruthless, I think you can very well just give it right back. Fair game. Whereas buddy's giving him shit when you were given the steer down there? Yeah, he wouldn't look, you know, that was the only similarity. Like that solving flipping. The guy would look at him like nobody else was laughing around him. So because it was a big, it was a he was slamming on the glass. So there was people about three rolls back that could notice. So they were all had a laugh and I was looking, but yeah, he wouldn't lock. But it is one of those. It was just another night of madness for me. That was a sickle to like fake clap or get him to open up and slide at 5 I was a nice play, but we're hopping all over the map, but I just want to go back years before that because everyone knows a lot of hockey fans know shadow saint Mary's. He's a power host, right? Zach parisi, Sidney Crosby, Jonathan tapes, all these amazing players have been there. But growing up where we did, I mean, there's a lot of great prep schools around here..
AP News Radio
Nobel physics prize goes to 3 for climate discoveries
"So the bill panel says physics when this ship crewman Ave and class hustle man laid the foundation of all knowledge of the earth's climate and how humanity influences it the panel says starting in the nineteen sixties when they demonstrated how increases in the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere with increased global temperatures laying the foundations the current climate models about a decade later hustle man created a model that links weather and climate helping explain why climate models can be reliable despite the seemingly chaotic nature of the weather he also developed ways to look for specific signs of human influence on the climate well the panel says the third winner Georgia Parisi by building a deep physical and mathematical model made it possible to understand complex systems in vehicles as different as mathematics biology neuroscience and machine learning I'm Charles that's my
The Twilight Zone Podcast
"parisi" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast
"So now's the time to start doing it. Let's dr collect those clips together. You can email them at tom at the twilight zone. Podcast dot com now. I'm not going to say you need to stick to a format because the last time some people did and some people didn't and it was all the better for it. So if you wanna talk about one episode in particular then great if you wanna tell us your top five then that's great but other better meet to the bones you know no one wants to just listen to a list if you want to tell us about your least favorite episode. That's fine too. You know or season forward as a whole. What do you think of it now. The world is your oyster. You can say whatever you want so. Send your clips to tom at the twilight zone. Podcast dot com to be a part of that season for brown up special and i will announce a deadline for when i put the ball out for you know why. Wait get your thoughts together and get your clips in as soon as possible okay. So that's all from. I will speak to you next time when we talk about the end of season for abide by fennell..
The Twilight Zone Podcast
"parisi" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast
"Yeah yeah there's bunch. I mean i guess the top tier probably and you know. It's funny i. I assume you know to each their own. You know everybody's gonna kinda see different things in different Values you know. They have different values in different things. I guess but. But i'm i'm looking at the top tier item being an actual replica of the statue. So it'll be a mini. He'll be a replica of the actual statute about fourteen inches. Tall bronze replica of the statue. Now of course that's gonna have to wait until the statues actually done everything but that that's going to be a you know the top top tier item below that. I guess it'd be the rod sterling bust that we had done for sterling fests virtual throwing fest last year people Really love that. And that's You know that's going to be offered again for for donations. And then below that we're going to have around the statue know we're going down. The statue will be six feet high but then plus the base and then around the base is going to be a rotunda of bricks. And you can you can essentially by a brick to have installed in the rotunda and you can personalize these bricks. Whatever you'd like to to stay on them and have it be part of the permanent base of the statute for people to see from now until forever so nobody two sizes of bricks foot one will be four inches by eight inches and others eight inches by eight inches. The four inches by eight inches will fit three lines of tight and twenty five characters per line so it is pretty significant and then the eight by eight inch will be six lines of type twenty five characters per line so so within the bounds of good taste. Whatever you wanna put on. There is free and We will we will have installed right there so we're hoping that people will take advantage of that to to you know i'm certainly i'm i'm going to do it. You know for sure. The foundation sure will do it but just to say disabled you apart of making this a reality to make this happen and to pay tribute to pay tribute to rod so that that will be there. In addition that we're going to have a bunch of different things like a less minimal memorial foundation calendar france shirts And you know of course just membership in the foundation as well so it's going to be a nice across the board kind of offering of things to these to consider so. I guess a lot of people will arrive on the friday ready for the weekend for sailing. Fest itself is or anything going on on the friday. yes yeah. I'm glad you mentioned it because we always we promoted as being the sixteenth and the seventeenth or sometimes a fifteen through seventeen so people may get jews and the reason why we do. That is the sixteenth and seventeenth are the official days the very formal scheduled days of sterling fest. But friday night we do plan on having something informal Jen probably friday night from say eight pm onward and that will be a local get together maybe at a restaurant maybe at a bar or something like that where people can gather and we will have certain things like a like swats trivia to and we'll have prizes and that kind of thing so friday night will certainly be part of sterling festus kind of kickoff to sterling fests. So planning on coming in. yeah i was. I would definitely recommend arriving friday afternoon that way. You're already for when we get things really started going on friday night. That's a great icebreaker. Isn't it you know. get everyone mingling together. Meeting each other setting them up for the whole weekend. So that's a great idea. Yeah that's exactly the idea. Well nick you know one of the things that. I'm proud to starve about this. Podcast is that you know..
The Twilight Zone Podcast
"parisi" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast
"Also that haven't really announced anyone yet but scott skeleton and jim benson. The authors of of rods thrones night gallery and after hours tour. Will they have a new version in new edition of that book coming out. Yeah so it's been. That book came out a long time ago. So it's it's due for an update. So i'm very excited. That they're doing a new version of that book. And let you know a couple years ago or your so ago they did They would contribute to the art of darkness which is a night gallery artwork book. So i'm hoping to have shots. And or jim and or someone else was involved in both either both of those books to also be virtual guests on sunday so if we get all three of those will certainly be a night gallery day on on sunday and the sunday will be at binghamton high school which is really the rod sterling school of fine arts at the helen foley theater and And that'll be that'll be sunday. And also larry casts who is a Swirling expert and he works. he's been working at. The restaurant scrolls for the fine arts for very long time. He'll be doing a presentation as well on route sterling's binghamton and the history of the school and its relationship with helen. Foley and and how the theater You know became names for ellen. Foley in house full became named for us so basically a history of that area. And that's a a nestle. Some of the finest scholars. Are i think about you know sailing. And what. He did paul's great. His stuff is always fascinating. I was looking to spend some time. With larry when i was there a couple years ago. And you know scott skeleton. And jim just speak for themselves. So what a what a great day. That's shaping up to be as well. I think people do enjoy. I suppose the more intangible aspect of it i loved being that i loved the events put. Then there's always the interaction with deal the fans and the other people there which is such a magical aspect of sailing fast. Unfortunately the still travel ban in place. And i copy there. You know. i'm so gonna miss it. But i wish i wish you all the success with it man. Thanks appreciate it. We're gonna miss you miss a lot of people you know. There's still travel ban. Apparently even border from candidates to the states is still closed. so we some canadian People on our board and fans and everything else that will be able to make it down butts but enough people will be able to make it in person that would that's make it worth it and and like you said i mean. Interacting with people is is a big big part of this. It's it's it's a unique group of people who come together to do to do this. So so that's that's the main reason why we wanted to do at least something person this year. And there's also something that you're gonna launch their right. That's actually a really big deal..
The Twilight Zone Podcast
"parisi" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast
"Author of the twilights companion. He'll be with a sole saturday and sunday and he'll be there you know signing books and also present things so we'll be doing a at least an hour interview with mark zicree on stage at the form theater and we'll take questions of questions from the audience and in addition to mark zicree will. I'll be there. Obviously i'll be there saturday and sunday. I'll be there the whole time. We're also going to have a a group of Zoom participants virtual guests that will include richard christian matheson son of richard matheson christopher beaumont and charles beaumont and sterling. We just were able to confirm that she will be appearing. Virtually so she'll be part of that panel with our c. and and christopher recalling children of zone we we did it last year at virtual sterling fest. I think people really liked it so we think this year if we do it again at least will have people in person can ask questions of the three of them. You know in in person so ilyasova. Different last year where. I really couldn't take questions from people to ask them so so. This will be much more interactive with with them and so so those those those guests will will be involved as well as in one of the more interesting. I think of events that we're have planned for saturday. We're going to be staging in a dramatic reading or or comedic reading if.
The Twilight Zone Podcast
"parisi" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast
"Professional signer. So she's been designing the newsletter forest book's fantastic and and and we've been able to put a lot of content into it The people you know are my fellow. Board members have really stepped up to you know. Contribute some really significant of pieces for and so. It's really nice. I think it is more substantial than just the a news letter. you know. it's not just telling you exactly what what's going on. It's give you some some more stuff so so we've been very happy with the last three issues have been that expanded style and and if you're a an active member of the foundation meaning you've given twenty five dollars over the last twelve months. You will not only debt the eversion the online version of newsletter. But we're going to bundle them and you'll get an actual prince version that will be sending out to active members. It will be a combination or a compilation of all the prior newsletters plus some additional Some some additional material as well. So that'll be going out. Probably by the end of december and that will be the first time that really. We're giving you know we're sending people in actual physical specimen on actual physical thing they can hold onto some. I think i'm hoping that people will be as excited about it as i think they will be. Oh i think so. I think so i i have to mention specifically because it was useful and entertaining a. You've done a great article about if you want to have to complete wakes of rod sailing on dvd what what's available and what's out there. And what can you actually get. That was a great article. Man you got a great collection there. Thank you thank you. Yeah that was one of the things. That's one of the things that actually inspired me to write my book in the first place rod serling his life work in imagination. One of the things inspired me to do was just just come compiling that list of everything that exists..
The Twilight Zone Podcast
"parisi" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast
"Two years ago now. I had one of the best times of my life over and binghamton new york for sailing fast. One thousand nineteen the sixtieth anniversary of the twilight zone. The january long the weather was cold but the welcome was warm. And i said to myself that if the stars aligned but as many as as i could i would do my best to go now unfortunately for me. The stars haven't ally this year by hopefully. If you're in the us at least maybe they could align for you so once again to update on sailing fast and everything going on with the road sailing memorial foundation. Please welcome it's president. Nick nicolas so it's my great pleasure to welcome back the president of the road sailing memorial foundation and my friend nick parisi neck. Welcome back to the twilight zone podcast. It is great to be with you. thanks so much. it's so good to see you on. You're looking healthy. Looking excited a house things before we get into the business side of the stove. How you how you doing with this all this crazy stuff going on in the world. I'm doing okay. Thanks for asking. You look good as well see it. So you're not so high above me that's nice but yeah no everybody. Here is good. You know been you know fully vacs for months several months and everything and you know nobody's thankfully nobody close. Nobody in the family has gotten a covert or anything like that. So everybody's good that way and and you know we're doing okay. It's it's you know the whole country is a little crazy here. You know while. I should say the whole country. A significant portion of it is crazy. And so we gotta deal with that the non-drowsy part of the country has to deal with the crazy part of the country and So that's a little difficult but other than that you know everything is. Everything's pretty good. Good good so. I guess on the business side of things. We have the ronin of the road sailing memorial foundation house up in over the past year or so two years even. I guess it's been exciting. It's you know. There's been a lot of projects in the works. And and some of them finally coming to fruition. So it's been It's been nice to see the expanded interest in rod sterling and the foundation. We've had lots and lots of new members join over the last year and donate and and you know. We're getting ready for a big fence sterling fest next month. So i mean it's It's been busy and exciting. And i'm happy with all of it. One of the things that i've really enjoyed coming out of the foundation over. The last year is the newsletter. This new expanded if it's so much into eleven pages that you know it's it's not a ten minute read. It's you know you sit down and you get a cup of coffee and you read this thing. Tell me about that man well. I'm actually very happy that you that you enjoy it and happy that you mentioned that because yeah we have a lot of work into it..
"parisi" Discussed on ESPN FC
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"parisi" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"That nancy. Kerrigan shit went down. That's where she was from. Tonya harding so all we knew that it was tonya. Harding's bodyguard yet. Jeff hooley the most the biggest name of a goon that would hit a figure skater with a metal pipe known to man. Jeff guli just sounds like a goon as a guilty name. But i before we get the highlights. I just want to say real quick. One last columbia shadow to incorrect congrats. My buddy's still in his new wife. Mary was an awesome time. A true adventure lots and also to my boy. Dej is one time buddy of mine. We haven't got together and he as ultimate road roommate just like no no one of the talk. Just no communication. We know what each is up to so an ideal road roommate for eight days in columbia. Leave it at that. The best thing about being home. Jesus is that. I can finally find pink whitney once again had a struggle finding down there. So i'm gonna hit my local asap to load up on a few mickey's the three hundred and seventy five million a bottle. The nice convenient size comes in handy to grab so grab yours before. The clock is already rented out on summit. Almost the end of july boys only two weeks left. You're not going to be problem finding it. The little birdie told me that it will be heading over to europe pretty soon. Ooh pink whitney and let me tell you. That's or your defense and swedes have been asking for this liquor since it was invented. So i think it's going to hammer time scandinavia and england and england guys. But he doesn't want to go there so sorry. the label is going to be in. Different languages will be the same like depending on the country. I don't know a great question. We'll find out soon enough. England all speaks english. And sodas tweeden. They all speak english. So i think they'll probably be the same. Maybe if we can get over to prague the throat and some check writing my boy lot of slavs mead knows how to read it before he drinks. The whole thing should reach out to peter forsberg to to get involve because i mean he was able to move all the crocs over there. So i'm sure you can move pink whitney. He can move anything. he's on a stamp. Yeah pretty much. And that's an outland all right boys. Let's move along to the nhl. Transactions of the last week in quite a few of them have different degrees in varying importance. The big one. I would say minnesota buys out both forward zach perez and defenseman ryan suit at nine years after they bolt signed thirteen. Nine hundred million dollar deals parisi wasn't a big surprise given how his season wet but suda certainly was. I guess he was so pissed off her buddy russo at the athletic usually hung up the phone on billy garin garin call told me was being bought out his agent neil. She said that he was planning on being there forever. Obviously that's not going to happen. And the thing is minnesota's gonna save a little ten million this year but they're gonna get walt the next few years but a billy garin said this was an opportunity. Figured if he's going to do one you might as well do both and get the savings. This shia but either way biz. Let's go to you first. On this south shock we that suited up out. I was gonna snap it over to wit because he knows a little bit about the the american side of things but as you said a shock maybe suitor but definitely not to parisa given how it all transpired. After the ended up getting beat out of playoffs he was a little bit. Snippy in a press conference probably not treated by the head coach way. He would've liked throughout the season. We remember that issue when he ended up becoming a healthy scratch because he tried to make the play over to one of his teammates. On the empty-netter ella going back. The other way and the other team tied it up. But i mean i could understand given the deterioration maybe those not playing to a level. They once did in especially with the amount of money. They're making. I was a little surprised at the fact that they did it. Given the repercussions of the buyout situation. You mentioned. Ram bad but what they're going to be getting kicked in. That's a little bit for the next three years after that regarding this bio yes biz. No doubt and after a little bit of relief this year the following year. I believe the team is going to get charged. Thirteen million right around thirteen million against the cap and then the next two years it's around fourteen million so big time penalties for them to go through with this but when you talk about garin and what he's done he's made it very clear that his job requires very difficult decisions What i really respect about him now. I know bill. Bill garin a little bit. I think he's one of the most respected gm's in the game because how he played. And when i say being a gm being respected it goes into. He's been through all this. He was bought as a player he was traded as a player. He's been through everything he knows. How difficult the this is. And i'm sure there was parts of him. That felt bad but he also is in working with the owner leopold. He knows this is what they had to do. Now parisi biz. You said no surprise. I'm not surprised at all. And you hear about teams that he could sign with lamb morello and jersey's been close with forever from all his time in limited. The islanders. Excuse me and police with him in new jersey and then also was his coach. When police used the captain went to the cup finals in two thousand twelve to maybe vagus a spot he can land but no doubt. His game is You know not where it once was. He's getting older. He's had a lot of miles on them. He's played for a long time. We'll see where he ends up the the suitor one was surprising because he played a lot of minutes for them. I think he still considers himself. Know top four defenceman in the league but if you look at it i mean bill. Garin has tough decisions to make. They have to get capri soft sign. They have to get fiala sign and he just thought the timing was best now if he was going to do it he had to do both of them together and in the end i mean they made enough money to be set for five lifetimes and not their fault entirely but they didn't really get anything done there right. I mean in. How many years did they play out of that. Deal nine nine so nine of the thirteen years. They went to the second round twice one times. They were swept the other time. I don't know how many games they were beat and they beat colorado one year. They beat saint louis next year in the first round so in the end i mean. They didn't. They didn't do what they were brought there to do now. That is a little harsh sounding because by no means fall on their own but for suitor to hang up on bill garin..
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"parisi" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Bill Parisi. And I am one of the four underwriters at first Preference Mortgage. Every week. I try to keep you abreast of what's going on in the mortgage world. Whether you're looking to purchase a home or you're looking to refinance, and here's the best thing I do for you. Not only do I take your calls, and you'll be able to ask a question of an underwriter on the air. But what I also do is I have all of the loan officers of first preference mortgage. They've all come back into their office for this one hour that I'm here on the show. And you have a captive audience. They have an 800 number so that you can call them and you can ask them any question about purchasing a home or about refinancing. They're 800 number is 3 to 1. 5555 has that for an easy 800 number 321. 5555 you have them all in the office and they don't want any money from you. They don't want to credit card. There's no obligation on your part. They're there just to answer your questions. And and, um, point you in the right direction. If you're looking to refinance, you can call them up and say, Hey, loan officer. This is what I have now. What if I change that interest rate to the nose? Thies interest rates, by the way are holding I You know, everybody's on on their last nerve, waiting to see what happens with the change of administration and all this nonsense going on in the political world. But so far they're holding. I had a guy called me the other night and he said, Bill I want to refinance. I guess I've missed the boat a little bit. And I said No. We are the same so far. I'm thinking it's gonna happen any minute. But right now, things are still holding. You could get an interest rate in the twos. And he said, Well, that's great. I have a 4%. I said, Well, let's jump on this. So again, you have the all the loan officers in there. Give them a call and get yourself started. If you're looking to purchase a home, I don't care if you're not gonna buy a house until February or March or April. Get yourself prequalified now so that you know what you're talking about. You know what? Your maximum mortgages you know that your credits, Okay? Doesn't have to be great. It has to be okay for the program. And now you can look on the Internet and know what you're talking about. You know what program you're going to use? How much money you're gonna need out of your pocket. What Your payment would be Now you look on the Internet. That's the way you get started. Again. You have all the loan officers available to you there. 800 number is 3 to 1. 5555. I think my producer already said that we have our first caller. Luigi Luigi, Welcome to the underwriters corner. You sound like a good Irishman. Hello, Mr Parisi. My name is Luigi. How I What can I do for you? Well, I haven't listened to you for a very long time. And you know, I never thought about buying a house because of my situation, but You know, I can't pass on this opportunity with the interest rates being so low, so I was wondering If you could help me with my situation? Sure. Tell me what your situation is. Well, I'm a self employed. And I know you have toe show your average income. For the last couple of years when you buy a house However, I got a very good accountant. I'm sure you do. Well, because I'm self employed. He shows on paper. I'm not doing too good. But I was doing a very good all right. Great them a lot of people who are self employed too bad. Yeah. America. Well, now you're right. You have to average your your income. When you're self employed for the past two years, however, there is an exception to that. How long have you been self employed? Long time 14 15 years. All right. Well, that's good. The when you're talking about fhe and via their guidelines say, yes, we have to have two years of tax returns to average But when you're talking about conventional financing under Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac now yet to go with a convention alone, you have to have better credit. Your credit score has got to be up around 700 or higher. Do you have good credit? I had a very good credit. All right. Good. Freddie Mac, is he a relative of yours? You know fairly. Mae and Freddie Mac are two corporations that by loans and we have to adhere to their guidelines. And what happens is The first thing and buying a hat in getting a mortgage approved is we have to put it through their computerized underwriting. And if you've been self employed for at least five years, and we have to prove that will get a letter from your accountant. Or if you have a license, then you can show me your license is more than five years old. Oh, you can show me an older license. If we can show that you have been self employed for at least five years, and your credit is reasonably good over 700, the computerized underwriting from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will only ask for one year's tax return. Okay, So what you could do is you know now that it's January? Get your 2020 tax returns done. I know that's quick, but get your 2020 done and send it in. Now we have to prove that you sent those tax returns in and right now it's very difficult to get proof from the I. R s Everybody's working from home. And things are very slow. So what you do, I'm you're gonna have to pay taxes on the new money that you show for 2020. You have to show a reasonable amount of money to qualify for the loan. But I only have to look at 20 twenties tax returns and you prove that you've sent it in by showing me the canceled check for the taxes that you have to pay. So once I do, 2020, I don't have to keep showing them what I make every year after I get alone. No, no, no. Once you once you get the loan, we don't keep checking on your income every year. Then it's a date. Then it's between you and the I R s Unless you don't make your payment, Then they'll come and break your legs..
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"parisi" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Very regularly and one of the things I really like about your show is your bumper music. I think you have a fantastically curated selection of bumper music. And I know a lot of that comes from stuff that you grew up listening to the O s O. I try when you come on. I've always tried to find some bumper music that fits. The theme of what you use on your show? Because I was I like our guests to be happy. And what was that song she played? I don't know. I forgot. I forgot the name That was just random bumper. Everything. Yeah. John wanted me to call you, Andy. All segment to bug you and Now I'm going to do it because you only know what the theme song Wasit was. A song called Banquet was just one of our normal rotating bumpers that pops and usually I schedule like specific one for your segment. I neglected to do that this time, But you always give Sam the credit which I'm more than happy to let her have because being great being a cute young blonde. She doesn't get enough attention and no life. Why would you believe Drew over me? Well, what first hey, just called cute. Publicly. Okay, adorable If I do that, I'm down the hall in HR For like, 30 minutes. Wedding my 20th season calling Vikings football. I'm just playing now. Mondays Mondays. I'm here whenever you need me, But I understand Vikings. Football is a little more polarizing than some of the other sports not only in this region but period. Professionally speaking, however, do remember and I would never lay out bits for a Highly successful widely touted show like yours. But remember Minnesota Wild training camp begins today at 11 40 on my radio show is Zach Parisi number 11 favorite player and your show is his favorite show on all of radio. And I've known Zach a decade and a half, so it ain't mine. It's yours s O Just remember. We have Zach on is what you're saying. So why don't know? Yeah. I mean, that would really go over super well for Zach jumping on the radio saying Who out there showers with masks. I want to talk to you. That'd be great. You know, just like cousin speaking. Her cousin speaking from the heart when he said You may not understand what I'm saying. But I don't care if I get go of it. And And if I die? What Kirk man straight from the Gospel was If he dies, he's going to heaven. That's what that's what he met. He's comfortable it right. And but a lot of people weren't and I understood. You know some some standpoints, but man That that Parisi wild thing for you guys. What if they're really good? And like Parisi is and every Monday guest for you, you sell it. You call Sam? Cute ballots in the river. I mean, that sounds like an unbelievable 2021 win. I want to call a nautical. I think I'm using this term correctly. Okay? Since he since he invoked the name of God, I wanted to share. This is an audio clip that we played last hour. Paul Owen. So this was the start of the 117th congress. Right? There was a representative Missouri pastor and representative and this is how it This is how he opened Congress ready. We ask it in the name of the monotheistic God. Uh huh. And God, known by many names, but many different faiths. Hey, man. That a woman? What? What? What? What a man and a woman, he concluded, was by saying Amen. Oh, but then he threw in a woman. It would be man. That a woman has got to be inclusive. Right? Amen. My friend. I mean, so he's a pastor and a politician represented. Added Representative Yeah, Any woman. A man and a woman are all that man. That sounds that is definitely taking on a lot. Right. There we are. We finished seven and 9 30 minutes. The Minnesota Vikings offense, Woz. Let's see. I've called games for them for 19 years. 2004 Dante Culpepper almost won m v P with 39 TDs. Randy Moss was on that team. They beat Green Bay in the playoffs. 2009 best offense I've ever been associated with calling Vikings games. Brett Far. Percy Harvin, Adrian Sidney Rice defense was good, and we've had some, like 2017 the miracle year we had a good offense, but it was orchestrated by a backup in case Keenum. Lost. Alvin Cook is rookie year in the fourth game. So the work then offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur did with that offense to get to the NFC title game was fantastic, but that offense is not as good as what I witnessed this season. And you know, we we've we've specifically Andrew and I, we We've gone back and forth about Zimmer and the defense and expectations and some very good conversations in my opinion. The Minnesota Vikings offense this year came through pretty much every step of the way. So with the coordinator Gary Kubiak on my radio show today at 11 30 by the way, and I just taped it with him. It's about a 15 minute chat. And when you get a four time Super Bowl champion has been to seven to open veins about things he likes and things that bug him and he's done it 30 years and looking at players and how they handled themselves today compared to the past. That it was very eye opening or ears opening to me, because it's radio and with Gary Man, I mean cousins through the second most touchdown passes in history of the team. Justin Jefferson is nose the nose with Justin Herbert for the Chargers to be Rookie of the year. Dalvin Cook at nearly 2000 scrimmage yards, thean interior of your offensive line..
National Get Funky Day with Johanna Nuding
"Hi. Paul, it's Joanna. Twenty twenty is taking its toll and so many people find themselves in a funk and not the arm swaying booty shaking kind of Funk Paul. I mean the depressed kind. That's why I need your help raising the vibration on this funke thon by promoting national get funky day. It's time to get our groove back. Give us some ideas for celebrating life and spreading love and light on this funky EST of holidays. Yes you anna there's no doubt many of us are in a funk this year but thanks to October fifth we have national get Funky Day and I have the cure for what ails us. Yes I'm talking about the song play that funky music by Wild Cherry, if that opening guitar riff doesn't get your booty shaking then something is wrong you. For my first recommendation I give you a shaping opinion episode were host Tim O'Brien Interviews Rob Parisi the founder of the band and they talk about that classic song they talk about how that song isn't just for an old fogy like me as the song continues to hook new generations. So crank that song on your record player and show off your dance moves using the national get Funky Day Hashtag. Today's gases Joanna noothing. Joe And I met the first day my very first podcast movement conference in two thousand eighteen. I think she was stalking me because I kept running into her for the next few days. Okay. That definitely is not true. But in a nice impromptu conversation, I learn more about cannabis than the had in my entire life before then. That's because Joe is the host of the casually baked podcast a great resource for the Cana curious when I say, I know nothing about marijuana I'm not lying. So when I scan Joe's podcasts, the first episode I went for was the four twenty episode where she enlighten me to a lot of industry vocabulary. For a third recommendation, Joe says and I quote. My podcast episode Rak happens to have the longest F- in name of all time. The podcast is on purpose would j Shetty the episode name is the one habit. All highly effective people live by and how to implement it in your life I thought it was a nice companion piece to the National Day I shared unquote. For today's hot sauce. I will state that I have never inhaled, but I'm actually not lying. Come back on. October eighth for something White Gooey.
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French Oil Refineries Blocked as Pension Strike hits Day 23
"To France's all refineries were disrupted by union activists on Friday as pontiff nationwide strikes that have lasted for twenty three days the longest such walk out in front in decades from his interior minister insisted there will be no gasoline shortages and edge drive is not to resort to panic buying the strike also holds it about half the country's high speed trains on Friday while tourists and Parisi ends squeezed into buses and subway trains unions cold this year's strike on December the fifth against the pension reform plan they see is threatening to the French welfare state president Emmanuel McCall argues the changes would make the pension system more fair and keep it out of
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Thousands march in Paris to protest pension reform plan
"The strike also holds it about half the country's high speed trains on Friday while tourists and Parisi ends squeezed into buses and subway trains unions cold this year's strike on December the fifth against the pension reform plan they see is threatening to the French welfare state president Emmanuel McCall argues the changes would make the pension system more fair and keep it out
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Thousands march in Paris to protest pension reform plan
"Two of France's oil refineries were disrupted by union activists on Friday as pontiff nationwide strikes that have lasted for twenty three days the longest such walk out in front in decades France's interior minister insisted there will be no gasoline shortages and edge drive is not to resort to panic buying the strike also holds it about half the country's high speed trains on Friday while tourists and Parisi ends squeezed into buses and subway trains unions cold this year's strike on December the fifth against the pension reform plan they see is threatening to the French welfare state president Emmanuel McCall argues the changes would make the pension system more fair and keep it out
Lori and Julia
Willie Nelson cancels shows due to breathing issue
"World Willie Nelson he was just here in the Twin Cities to go well last Friday yeah last Friday he's here with Alison Krauss to do on a co headlining tour well unfortunately for Willie Nelson he's had to cancel the rest of this tour because of a quote breathing problem Willie Nelson eighty six years old on the road and he said yesterday on Twitter I need to have my doctor check out and he said that all be back so he has to take care of something yeah well I mean he did know nobody surprised he's got Parisi yeah I mean this is like the Leigh I'm like well isn't pretty well eighty six yeah you know exactly so anyway hope is going to be okay but he might be war are he has an unbelievable schedule yeah he just did farming I mean he really does have like for his age yeah whatever his age and he loves to perform Lori yeah I heard but I would be tired maybe yeah but he he seems to
Joe Parisi, Ford Snowing Memorial Chapel and James Carter discussed on Sean Hannity
"Hundreds gathered at Ford snowing memorial chapel today to pay their final respects to corrections officer Joe Parisi friend and fellow officer James Carter, no matter. What your first impression of them was eventually you couldn't help. But to like him. Sexist laugh, a radiant smile lineup even the darkest times. And Joe loved to have fun. He would find humor in every situation. And it was that humor that need working in prison. Bearable Joe would always remind you not to take life too.
Paul Manafort trial verdict: Reactions pour in
"Is pouring into. The guilty verdicts in the Paul Manafort trial one local congressman, says it's a bad reflection on the president even though Paul manafort's. Legal problems do not appear to be directly tied to President. Trump US, congressman Mark Po-Chun can says it's not, a good look for the president there's another bit of. Bad news for the president when your campaign manager is involved with. This much going on there's clearly gonna be a some price to pay for the. President John Mercure WTMJ news WTMJ's Jeff Wagner is. A former prosecutor he. Says despite mistrials on ten counts for Manafort the. Guilty verdicts are enough, to celebrate. For the prosecution the fact of the matter is he's convicted of eight Celani counts he's looking at. It a long time at, one conviction is as good as eighteen so this is a huge win for, the prosecution no, question about it Manafort faces a maximum of eighty years in prison
The Larry O'Connor Show
Trump pardons ex-Cheney aide Scooter Libby
"The underwriters corner don't miss the underwriters corner with host bill parisi sundays at eleven right here on wma al wfan fm woodbridge wma washington shot at one thousand dollars four times w m a l a cumulus station delay all news at three thirty i'm marie leaf new this hour house speaker paul ryan says an nbc interview he backs majority leader kevin mccarthy is california as his successor the white house has pardoned vice president dick cheney's former chief of staff scooter libby who was convicted for his role in the valerie plame scandal white house press secretary sarah sanders says the president felt libby was unfairly convicted pardoning libby was the right thing to do after the principal witness recanted her testimony the dc court of appeals panel unanimously voted to restore mr libya's bar membership after being presented credible evidence in support of his version of events and it appears that that key prosecution witness judith miller changed her recollection of the events in question wwl sports brought.
Iowa Senate leader Bill Dix resigns after video shows him kissing lobbyist
"Local story this hour i was senate majority leader bill dix is resigning after a cell phone video surfaced which appears to show decks kissing a woman in a bark senate president jacque wit for has released a statement stating he believes dicks made the right decision to resign and election will be held wednesday to name a new senate majority leader a democraticleaning website posted the video and claims the woman is a lobbyist a car flew off the eye 8035 ram near bob brown chevrolet in urban del this morning tumbling down a hill rolling over several times smashing through a fence and finally hitting a new truck and the law near douglas avenue a paramedic who just happened to be there at the time ran to help urban del police say the driver had minor injuries damage to the truck was minimal a called of the cops in des moines this morning at a very risky potential it escalated very quickly as the officers responding that uh the suspect with threatening to kill the victim and then he he started to them for gasoline around the home thirty to set on fire i've seen these things have before were were people make these types of threats in in typically they don't follow through with them in this case the officers actually heard him lighting a match when police surgeon paul parisi tells who radio news the fire was spreading throughout the second floor of the house in the seven hundred block of thirty fifth street while police officers arrested the man and got everyone out of their antonio sparks is in jail facing several charges including first degree arson our top national story police an austin texas still radio news time 402 traffic weather and ladonna harvey inforce simon conway next humble be more news and he's got something to say about it your in the right place nobody else.
Golic & Wingo
Serena Williams wins first match at BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells
"The top well in her first competitive singles match in over four hundred days serena williams does what serena williams does does she defeated serena diaz in this yes thank you serena beat zorina that's a tough one in straightsets at the paris open williams struggled to find your first serve winning just sixty three percent of those points however she went sixty four percent of points on her second serve for the first time since 2015 that she's one more often on her second serve that are first in a match but that's really irrelevant what does in palm springs right here so word that legal sponsoring so let's get the information correct decides on their spell phonetically for you so you could pronounce it properly let's try it together and np pair reebok open there you go that's what i meant mary barra widened perry bob brought to you by you felt like parisi like paris perimeter why not start good i think the shows off the rails stance already 614 broad normally 600 really you so you're doing good okay ahead of the game uh so anyway the bottom line is chewbacca doing the thing and that's the best thing the goat is back out there to order that's all that matters right she has the most gram slam titles of any active player would really that's irrelevant you just want us year playing competitive tennis much in the same way that we're talking about tiger woods different circumstance well why they had the the missing time in her career but we start looking at surveyed away as one the most dominant athletes that we've ever seen and you just want to see glimpses of their greatness early on as she starts to continue our playing career we'll look it was really weird after she won the 2017 australian open while pregnant of beating her older sister venus and then watch and see how many of the the the other women onto a realized she's gone we have a chance for his saying there's a change as always amazing how many exhorted really stepped up their game and their prep race like okay now the cheese out.