17 Burst results for "Peli"
The Bill Simmons Podcast
"peli" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"I don't know if your stockbroker was telling you about Jamar, jabbar's last couple games, but there's been some real signs of life. Yeah, it's starting to come together. He looked good against the Celtics last night, but he had 30 points, a couple of games ago, but there's some signs. My stockbroker was pleased. I'm excited. You and I, when we talked about him, it's just he's so fun to watch because he can score at such a high level. And I think he gets the opportunities and gets the shots. He can deliver, but you know. Well, he's on a ridiculous team. You can't pick a worst team to be on, then that rockets team that it's clear they're going to get rid of everybody after the season. GM coach, everybody. The team that it's just basically whoever has the ball over half court gets to decide what happens. And just a bunch of guys who spread out everybody goes one on one, I would love to see them play the point guard at some point in his career. It's not going to happen this year, but at some point it'd be nice if somebody could think about him and have him in his thoughts as they ran a play. But from what I've seen, I'm not scared off at all. I think he's been pretty good in the defensively. You know, he's there. So anyway, hold on to your stock. All right, you remember when Beck, what is it? Yeah, my number one bed is I made it about the national title because I felt like it's the number one pick. So why not? So I have a split national title options for you. One of them is my head, one of them is my heart. With my head, I believe the Arizona wildcats are gonna win the national championship. And I say this because I think Arizona is a team that knows how to win tournaments. They went to the Maui invitational, they did not even play their best basketball. They have a proclivity Bill to get up in games and then just completely start to coast and just start taking bad shots and they just, you know, they almost toy with the other team. That's my only fear with Arizona. Sometimes they play that way. And the guy that does that, his name is Kirk cresa. So there is a red flag in the sense that I think one of those guys, he does guys. Yeah, I think he could shoot him out of a game, but I also think they have the 17 year old phenom. Boswell, they're back up point guard. And I think Boswell can come in, steady the ship, be the actual point guard of this group, and to Bellas their best player. He is a guy that is almost jokic like where he can start the break himself. So a lot of the times, you know, to Bellas and bolo, they're 5 man. They play a little high, low game together. He can start to break himself. They can almost take Kirk Kris out of the game. And if that's how Arizona plays and I think that's how they will play that's how they've shown that they're going to play in tournament play. And then they have Courtney ramey, who was a Texas a few years ago. He can get hot when you some games. Henderson as well as another shooting guard that can get hot when you some games peli Larson, their small Ford is a guy that KO and all of our draft experts at the ringer will have moving up their boards. I think is the tournament plays out. And you can get them at plus 1500. I think Arizona at plus 1500 as a two seed, the last time they went to the national championship and wanted in 97, they were in the south region, they're in the south region this year. They beat three one seeds on their path to a national championship. I think that they would potentially have to beat three one seats to go in the national championship. I think they would have to beat Alabama and the elite 8. I think they'd have to be Purdue in the final four. And I think they'd have to be Kansas in the national championship game. So I think it's the same path that loot had back in 1997. So I like them at plus 1500. And then my heart. By the way, you could go, you could go plus three 80 for them just for the region. Plus one 50 in that region, but just quickly on the Arizona thing. I'm with you. It does seem like Brandon Miller, I don't know on a scale of one to ten is like a 9 for what we're usually getting out of a pro prospect who can score. Coming into the tournament. Like how many times has somebody this talented as a score than in the tournament is a freshman? Usually the freshmans are always works in progress in some way. I mean, you're talking to that point, like Carmelo Anthony. Yeah, that's what I'm thinking. Yeah. Right. But Durant's out in two rounds, but carmella won the whole thing. And whether he's going to be as good as those guys, I have no idea, but the body of resume in the way that scouts and people like kos are talking about him just projecting. It does seem like this. I can't wait to watch him. Anyway, so what is your heart say? Yeah, I worry about Alabama. I think Alabama is kind of like I said on my show and once my podcast, they're the elephant in the room, you know? Like, they are literally just in the corner. They're the best team in the country by far. They're playing their best basketball and I think everyone is expecting Noah Clowney and Brandon Miller and Bradley to kind of have an off night, like what auburn did against Miami, but I don't know. They scared me. They did lose a game that was weird to Oklahoma this year. I have to point that out because that game sticks in the back of my mind. It is possible. But yeah, they're scary team. My heart says that which is a tough path, but I think the Yukon huskies are another fascinating team. At plus 2500, Yukon went to the Phil knight invitational. They won that tournament. Like I said, I like teams that win tournaments. I like the way that their roster is constructed. I like to know go. I like cleaning off the bench Jo I've been cleaning a freshman. They got two 7 footers. I think you're gonna need three bigs legit to go win a national championship this year. Especially if you get matched up with a team like Purdue with Zack Edie, you gotta have bodies to throw at him. So I like the way that Yukon is constructed. I think they got a really tough draw with iona. Then they would play saint Mary's. If things shake out the right way in the second round, Randy Bennett one of the best coaches in the country. That's a tough matchup. But if Dan Hurley can survive those first two games and get to the sweet 16, I think Yukon is a bad matchup for anybody. And when they play good teams, Yukon, they play the best of anyone in the country. When they play high quality basketball when they play high top quality basketball teams, they play top quality basketball. That's what they're known for. And also, if you want to bet on them, they remind me of the O four team, they also have this guy at Jordan Hawkins who reminds me of rip Hamilton. He runs around screens to get open. He's a fun player to watch. He's going to be a first round pick and also final point with my heart. Luke Murray, who I'm a big fan of Luke Murray, son of Bill Murray, on staff, so Bill Murray is a husky. You can get behind Bill Murray and Luke Murray and the huskies at plus 2500. So there you go. That's my heart pick.
Seek Outside Podcast
"peli" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"So we called it the trick and ala beer. But I will, I mean, that was the best warm PBR that I've ever had in my entire life. Yeah. So it all depends on the scenario. Yeah, I mean the alcohol is going to kill off all the disease. Exactly. Yeah, yeah. Although with a PBR, looking at 4.3% of this, that's called the gambling beer right there. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, that's good. But you know, this actually turned out to be a pretty good, that's pretty solid advice. Telling people, hey, look, if you bring a beer for these scenarios, it's going to make your shit way better. Oh, yeah. Yeah. No, I mean, it's a solid way of improving your life slightly. You know, as long as you don't take it too far, but like that one beer, like that. There's just always a scenario. It's very like, you pull that out of your pack, or something like that, man. It is just a tree. This is nice. It's good. I mean, there's a beer for each moment. Thoroughly is. I think that top 5 of each of us, they were all different scenarios. So we've showed that beer is universal. It's a 24/7 occasion when you're out in the Woods. Yeah, just really. It is. I think it's the brewery beer. If you're stop if you're doing like a camping trip and then you summer camping trip and you stop and you're in town maybe. Yeah, you're in town at the brewery beard. That is good. Get some good food. Step up from the broths and Mac and cheese that you've been eating. Now, not everybody can afford to take 12 ounces for 5% of alcohol. Right? So that leads me into another thing. We start talking about your whiskys, your hard liquor, you know, your harder liquor and your bottles. A fun tip I've learned because I ended up doing a lot of backcountry stuff this year, which was different for me. Was at least if you're a whisky guy, your best option. Let's find the highest quality thing you can get in a plastic bottle. Or whatever you like, put in one of those flasks. The issue with acknowledging flasks is only 300 mL. That's a night, you know? Yeah. If you're having a good time, just taking one nit before bad. I'm like, not a big deal, but I feel like with the hard liquor you don't get to enjoy it, like a beer, you know, it's like, you're looking for the buzz. Yeah. I mean, if I may, you know? Owens hot tips. When I did the cocoa peli bike packing trip. We took a 7 50 mL of wild turkey. But in the plastic. And the wild turkey isn't the best of the best. It's certainly not the worst of the worst, though. I've had worse. Would you have southern comfort? Yes. That's a good one. Oh, that sucks. I mean, the worst is, what was the shit that I brought L cunning, it was like, I don't know. Freaking, you know, it's bad if it has hunter in it. Canadian hunter. Irish Sally. Some shit like that. That was actually just straight ethanol. It might have been gasoline.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"peli" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"From around the world. Here's Dan Schwartzman. Thanks, Doug. Another stunner at the World Cup in Japan scores too late goals to shock Germany two to one in their groupie opener. Japan gets a goal in the 75th minute from reach of dawn and the winner in the 83rd minute from Takuma asano after okai gun to one for Germany ahead one known to 33rd minute on a penalty. Looking elsewhere Belgium outlasting Canada 1 million a goal from Michigan the 44th minute, Spain dominates Costa Rica 7 nil as Gabi at 18 years old becomes a youngest goal scorer in a World Cup match since peli in 1954 while Morocco and Croatia and in a scoreless draw. The jets bench struggling quarterback Zach Wilson for Sunday's game versus the Chicago Bears and will turn to Mike white to be the starter. Wilson was drafted second overall last year, has played poorly throwing just four touchdown passes in 7 interceptions in 7 starts. Wilson who will be an active on Sunday with Joe Flacco acting as a backup is expected back on the field at some point this season. LA reims quarterback max Stafford will not play Sunday versus the chiefs as the 34 year old is in the concussion protocol after taking a big hit against the New Orleans Saints this past weekend. The reigning Super Bowl champion rams have struggled this season winning just three games while losing 7. Finally, the New York rangers trading enforcer Ryan Reese, the Minnesota wild for a 5th round draft pick in 2025. New York clears much needed salary cap room with the move as resource on the books for $1.75 million. This season. I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports update. Markets, headlines, and breaking news, 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business flash. And I'm Paul Allen in Sydney. We were seeing the ASX higher by a third of 1% right
Bloomberg Radio New York
"peli" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"World, here's Dan Schwartzman. Thanks, Doug. With England set to face the United States in the World Cup on Friday, England is hopeful that captain Harry Kane will be fit to play after injuring his ankle in Monday's dominating 6 O two win over Iran. The Tottenham star underwent to scan earlier today, which was believed to be more precautionary than necessary. Kane contributed to assists in the win over Iran, as England sits at top Group B another shocker goes down as Japan scores too late goals to send Germany two to one in their groupie opener. Japan gets a goal in the 75th minute from reach Sudan and the winner in the 83rd minute from Takuma asano at the okai gun to one put Germany ahead one mil in the 33rd minute on a penalty. Elsewhere, Belgium outlasts Canada one mil on a goal from michio in the 44th minute, Spain dominates Costa Rica 7 zero as gavi at 18 years old becomes the youngest goal scorer in a World Cup match since peli in 1954 while Morocco and Croatia aimed in the scoreless straw. The New York Jets benching struggling quarterback Zach Wilson for Sunday's game versus the Chicago Bears and will turn to Mike white to be the starter. Wilson was drafted second overall just last year has played poorly throwing just four touchdown passes and 7 interceptions in 7 starts. Wilson, who will be an active on Sunday with Joe Flacco acting as a backup, is expected back on the field at some point this season. Finally, rams quarterback Matt Stafford will not play Sunday versus the chiefs as a 34 year olds in the concussion protocol after taking a big hit against the saints this past weekend. I'm Dan schwarzman that your Bloomberg will Schwartz optane. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business and at Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business flash. Stateside we had the minutes of the last fed meeting they indicate the fed's aim is to soon moderate the pace of those rate hikes to mitigate the risk of over tightening as of last month when
Something Rhymes with Purple
"peli" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple
"The reason I love it is it goes back to a very old story about the Greek painter apelles. Who loved when he was having an exhibition of his works. He loved to kind of hide around the corner and listen to what observers of his painters were saying. You know, he was quite proud and presumably wanted to hear some girls been awe and wonder. Only one day he heard a man criticize the sandals on the subject of this particular painting. And then went on to criticize the leg and the shape of the leg and the angle and things. Now peli's happened to know that this man was a cobbler. So he could accept the criticism of the saddles because he knew what he was talking about. But when this man started to criticize the leg that was enough, so apparently he came out and he said, nay ultra crepidam. And he said it in Greek. This is how it's recorded in Latin. Nate ultra crepidam means not beyond the soul, in other words, don't talk about anything other than shoes, which is what you know about as a cobbler because this is not your area of expertise. And so ultra crepe da, meaning beyond the soul is someone who does exactly that. They just love to spout off on subjects they really don't know anything about. Isn't that great? I love that word. It is a word and I'm afraid I am familiar with it because you've used it to me on a number of occasions, and I felt it's been a little bit too near the knuckle. Oh, I'm so sorry. Two near the sandal. We do have some lovely letters though from our purple people. Oh, we're going to move on to the letters already. Look. What do you think? We're going to talk about these phrases then on our special bonus episodes. And where do people get the bonus episodes if they want them?
"peli" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast
"So our Casey did, I think that year, in fact. Right, well there you go. So many people are surprised he's obviously done a full one 80. Yeah, so listen. I kind of defended the route. But I also recall criticize it. We're not criticizing, but making the differentiation in that blog about the guys who are being paid large attempts to go, knows who weren't. And I think it's not that relevant because playing one tournament, like peli's alluded to that one tournament was it fit in. It was a part of it. It was part of the schedule, right? They were fitting in. It was very much just a little part of the schedule. And of course, it could well have grown and I think there was an option for there to be more Sally involvement, part of the European DP will tour. And it would always would have just been an ancillary part, the schedule. But what we see here would live that is not that. It's complete departure and it is a threat. So to me, it's entirely different, playing one tournament, which is part of a schedule, is entirely different to playing. A whole new whole new tournament series of 14 events obviously, I think that's pretty apparent for most people to see. Has this consumed conversation on the DP world tour kind of day to day? Is this something that you talk to other guys about? Whether they're considering it or just sort of observing it from the outside. Yeah, and a lot of people do talk about it and obviously with the nature of the announcements that are being made from Liv. It's cleverly done. You wonder who is in charge of the marketing is in charge of the messaging because they are, it's like they're trying to deal the PGA Tour and the DP will talk, slow death, by 10,000 paper cuts we're in.
The Big Picture
"peli" Discussed on The Big Picture
"Yeah, beautiful stuff. That's the theme of Luca guadagnino. This is a really good one. Really, really good. Really good tilt this one performance really beautiful. Just the best the gowns, you know, such beautiful gowns. Yeah. I mean, it is beautiful gowns, but turned to high art. That's it. That is we've made all of our picks. Let's do a quick recap of our picks. Okay, we're going to start with drama. Chris got adventureland. I got a serious man and Amanda got an education in comedy, Chris got the hangover. I got the informant, Amanda got in the loop very strong comedy year. In Oscar nominee, Chris got the hurt locker. I got fantastic, mister Fox, and Amanda got inglorious bastards in action, horror thriller, Chris God zombieland. I got avatar, Amanda got state of play. That happened. In blockbuster, Chris got up, the movie he's seen, that he saw in a movie theater. I got taken, and go back to my Texas to find. We could do an entire episode about your taxes from 2009 as well. In wild card, Chris got a perfect getaway, I got ponyo and Amanda got I am love. We left a lot on the table here. We did. We did. Let's talk about what we left on the table. Sean, paranormal activity. Blockbuster and horror movie, starts a franchise that's still with us. Do you remember the first one fondly? I do. I like to quite a bit. It had a great story line to it, a kind of external storyline, and in addition to the movie itself, which was that Oren peli made it for like, I think under half a $1 million, maybe under $250,000, I just this weekend watched a documentary on shutter called the found footage phenomenon that tracks the entire like the long arc of found footage movies over the last 60 years. And so there's a lot of time dedicated to paranormal activity in that documentary. And it's interesting. I mean, it's kind of like the franchise that built blumhouse, you know? It really did because it was considered. I still think it's considered the most profitable movie of all time because of how cheaply it was made and how huge it was. Culturally. It's not looking back on it. It's pretty good. It works really well, but once you've seen it once, you don't really need to return to it that often. But they're still cranking them out. We saw next of kin, the paranormal I think paranormal activity 7 last year. I loved it. I enjoyed it. Yeah. It was good. So that was a big one. I had a trick or treat was another horror movie that I had on my list that I like it a lot, and other anthology movie. Were you having the house of the devil? Love, love, as pretty close to how I got introduced to Thai west, yeah. I really like that movie. Man, I don't think you would enjoy house of the devil. That's just one of the gut feelings..
Newsradio 970 WFLA
"peli" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
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"peli" Discussed on WTOP
"8 fits all today transparency you can trust That's the 5th way There's just no better way to go This is WTO P news Three 23 The head of the FBI is spelling out what he calls China's growing threat to American economic security Director Christopher wray detailed the risks in a wide ranging interview with CBS Scott pelley The biggest threat we face as a country from a counterintelligence perspective is from the People's Republic of China And especially the Chinese Communist Party No country presents a broader more severe threat to our ideas our innovation our economic security than China Ray also tells peli China is targeting intellectual property at an unprecedented level and has stolen more personal incorporate data from Americans than every other nation combined That interview will air Sunday evening on 60 minutes Arlington county schools had been ready to change up their approach to homework but school leaders are now having second thoughts The new homework policy is on hold so school leaders can better evaluate how it would impact students The policy would do away with consequences for those who miss homework deadlines teachers wouldn't be able to grade what they do turn in The universal grading policies currently in the pilot program phase at some schools There you have a ton of data about how this has worked but they've really made none of it publicly Chartreuse is with the group Arlington parents for education and says they want to see more data results that show that it will work to improve equity and it won't lower educational outcomes A spokesman for the school system says they've been collecting feedback from teachers The proposal will go before the school board June 9th next steps are expected to be decided on the 23rd Melissa Howell WTO penis Money news of 25 and 55 some days the news is good and some days it is not Jeff claw Still a half an hour of trading to go the Dow is down.
"peli" Discussed on Doughboys
"Oh God, now he's giving a house tour. No. All right guys, do they have their headphones on or how's that going? No. Let's get them set. Yeah. Hello. Can you hear us? Yeah. Folks, we mentioned earlier that Emma is the best in the business. Well, she has just covered about a 25 minute stop down. And also talked through a bunch of tech because we have a new complication here. There's always a twist with van. And this twist comes in the form of one bug main was arrived as a surprise IRL guest at Mitch's Thomas. It's a nice place you have here. You'd be a shame if someone were to start slapping things. Oh boy. How about that? No, no, no, don't don't. All right, good thank you. He caught it. What about this? Why are you knocking over the true agent of chaos? It'd be a shame if someone slapped this. Cushions have been thrown around. This also nothing bug main has ever done. He doesn't really. Now slapping Mitch. Slap. Slap? Striking. The spoon man. My name is not bug mane anymore. It's mister slap. Oh boy, mister slap me mister slice. Because I love to slap. Wow. There's a lot of good slap. No, that was the thing. Part of his gimmick. Bug man, thank you for being here, wearing a visor, covering your face as you're causing chaos at the spoon shack. I just want to thank real for not slapping me. He's banned from doughboys for ten years. So, wow. What's really interesting is the slap. Let's talk about the slap. Which is 9 11, but for the next simulation theory. So on 9 11, the planes went in the towers, it woke everyone up in this world where we're standing and sitting here and I'm slapping and slapping. That's this world, okay? That's when we woke up to the slap was the actual instance that the reality flipped to online. Now online is actually reality and what we're in right here slap slap slap. I noticed that slap. Is now bug made didn't slap his little tequila bottle that he has brought in here. Interesting. Well now he's opening it. And what happened was it's 1246 on a Tuesday. So what happened was? Great. We also have another guest coming on. Not only was it a Macbeth, and then we watched a Macbeth happened, by the way. Yes, it's true. We watched 5 Macbeth happen right now. We're not supposed to say the name of it. The tragedy of Macbeth at Apple TV original. We then saw a Macbeth play out? In front of our eyes, a live McDonald's happened on stage. And it slapped everyone into the flip. Wow. Okay, so now what happens is online, which is our reality now online. That's our reality. In this world is now, this is a simulation. All events are simulated here and online, which is reality you get to choose what reality you're in because that is reality. Something Weinstein this way comes. Yes, yes. Exactly. So this is my wife, that was good. You didn't like that? I didn't like it. I was laughing. Look, reality used to be 80% this world in 20% online, chat rooms. Now, if you want to block someone in your life, you block them online. If you want to meet someone, you meet them on Tinder. That is reality. This is just a bus station of which all simulations happen. And then you real time pick reality you want to be in online. That's why, oh, the slab's good. The side effect. Trump won, dropped into it. All of that, you pick online, which is now reality. What reality Trump wanted to live in. Trump won Trump. Okay, all right, people are arguing. Similarly, there's two sides of that issue. Similarly to the old reality, they're islands where people don't know what happened or about other things. And sometimes it's a bad leader of a Facebook group keeping information out of the online island. Sometimes it's just an accident. You know, this is there's little online islands of like just like islands where they don't have phones. There's little online islands of people not knowing what else is happening and some people just keep those in. They keep everyone as their closed ecosystems. Exactly. Those are those little islands now. See, you understand the slap, sent us into the simulation in a simulation theory. Why slap flipped it? Why are you, I agree with you for the most. Oh, so this is the first time I've seen bug this year, by the way, just a heads up. Great. I have not seen bugs. Imagine even in our movies, they're like, imagine a world where there's a bunch of Spider-Man. That's our world. We lived in a world where there's a bunch of Spider-Man. Now, I'm like, well, that's how now everyone is even why everything is multiverse. It's the only way to even comprehend the picking of realities that we're doing online that choose our reality. That's how it is. This is just this big bus station of simulations that we then pick the slap finally flipped it to 51% of reality is online in 49% is in this terrible meet bus station of ours. Why did you have a question for you? So hold on a second. What are you going to ask? I was going to say that bug you weren't here for this discussion earlier, but your talk of the multiverse. We brought up this podcast. The Mitch comedic universe, where Mitch himself has kind of his own multiverse that is spawned. Exactly. And that's because online, some people know him as The Tomorrow War guy. Some people know him as his. Some people don't know one or the other. That's where Sean line, they're choosing their own reality in this meet world of this that is now a bus station, which is not reality. He's doing different things. Right now, bug man, which is a character that only exists online is more famous than maybe you guys are as people or the person that plays bug maintenance as a person because she went online. When I did the hit song, and by the way, since I've been on doughboys, I've become more famous than all of you as bug Maine and I have hit. And what happened was I was driving through the Navajo desert and coco peli, who's an ancient God, chose me to be inhabited. He inhabited me and I made a song for him that became a million platinum selling huge giant song. Vladimir Spotify. He chose me to arc himself from this bus station used to be reality. It used to be our simulation. He chose me to arc himself into the next reality. He knew that he was on t-shirts. It was getting uncool. He was on mom t-shirts and ants and airports. He was like, how am I going to be as cool as I used to be 2000 years ago? Oh my God, there's this guy. He's a conduit. He's an exact conduit. I'm going to arc myself into him and that he will then put me into the new reality. He's going to arc himself into the new reality. That's what he did. And now when people in this bus station world see him, now they take a picture of him for me for bug because skittle, that's me. And they upload him onto the arc. Every time now, they do that. He's being uploaded on the, even the ancient spirits know that it's now time to arc themselves into the next reality. The slap finally flipped it to 51%. Not to mention the Macbeth of it all. Not to mention all the craziness that happened. I hope I got the goron, God, comes into me from Zelda. You know what I'm talking about, the guy who rolls in a ball wise? You better stop talking to your adjustment bureaus about to get me. Oh boy. That's just gonna be zero. The guys in fedoras are looking for bugs. Bug, why didn't you why didn't you come on for the doughboys Christmas special? I sent you an email you didn't respond. That's because Ember heard don't listen to her..
Good Life Project
"peli" Discussed on Good Life Project
"There's no one to call except your inner strength and your own relationship with yourself and your abilities. Yeah, that's such an interesting frame, right? Because if you think about probably the most intrinsically rewarding moments of life are also the moments where we are most present in what we're doing, and then you think about what you just described, you know, when you step in the water, you have to be there. It's not about because if you're not, you're going to get tossed around. And you may end up in a bad place. But as soon as you step out of that environment, into the car with the protection to life with the protection, we can basically pay to buy enough protection to not have to be present in almost every other part of our lives. And you wonder, on one hand, what are we actually buying ourselves into and out of? I completely agree with that. Even having a phone conversation, you're checking email, checking Twitter and checking Instagram. We are constantly padded if the phone conversation is boring. We have all these other means to entertain ourselves, but in the ocean, again, that really goes out the window. And it's that it's that safety net coming loose from you that I find so liberating. And I think that's another reason why when you're surfing or when you're swimming, or body surfing, freedom, or whatever, you are in that exact moment. You're not thinking when you're on a wave, maybe when you're waiting for ways for a half an hour, you think about work and all that. I've come up with my best ideas and those situations, but when you're actually on a wave, when you're within this activity, you are locked in to that microsecond of a moment, the entire way. And I think that that absolute focus and presence, at least in my life, and a lot of other people I know is really lacking. We're not going out and hunting for our food now. We have to be locked into that moment. When is the right time to or at least a lot of people aren't hunting their food. But I think that this is something that allowed humans to evolve is to have pure and utter focus on a moment. And so much as society now is built on not having that focus. No, so agree with that. For a long time mountain biking was my jam and my adult life. And there was a time where I actually, I rode from Grand Junction, Colorado, to Moab, Utah, on the cocoa peli trail, which is this at least the way that I did it was a really, there's only one direction that you go in the entire time. You're on the edge of falling off into the abyss. And it was grueling and psychologically taxing it physically, taxing, and one of the most incredible experiences in my life simply because.
"peli" Discussed on CounterClock
"No matter how much time has passed, the story of the 1989 peli family murders hasn't gone away. Well, it was 30 years ago this week at a church parsonage in Lakeville that a minister was murdered along with his wife and two children under the age of ten. Two years ago, I started reinvestigating the case. Right now we are inside the olive branch united brethren church. That's still here in Lakeville, Indiana. What I discovered was pretty unbelievable. He had a life before the ministry. He wasn't a minister. He had a previous life, I absolutely believe the police in Indiana should have been looking into Florida. Over the course of season three's 20 episodes, you learned about contradictory police accounts. 5 shotgun blasts killed four members of the peli family. How many shots were fired? I think at least 6. Contradictory theories. His motive, he was 17 at the time, he was grounded, and he wanted to attend prom. While promised he will not be going, he'll take them to the prom, but Jeff will not be going himself. Jeff was allowed to go, I knew that he was allowed to go. And contradictory evidence. If you look at the evidence about the washing machine, that's all made up. So are you telling me that at a quadruple murder scene, they took a pair of blue jeans out of a washing machine wet? Wet. My work on the case didn't stop when season three released. I've stayed in touch with witnesses, family members, and Jeff's legal team. All I read is Jeff. It's off. This is all deaf. These are the old files of his lawyers. After more than a decade of delays in the Indiana court system, Jeff's lawyer Francis Watson now has the opportunity to prove two bold claims. One, that Jeff peli did not receive a fair trial back in 2006. And two, he did not murder his family 33 years ago when he was 17. Franz hope is to convince a judge of four post conviction legal claims. And in fact of a system's prosecutorial misconduct, speedy trial, and newly discovered evidence. Weeks after millions of listeners streamed counter clock season three, the state of Indiana responded to the legal filings Fran had submitted in late 2019. In a matter of weeks after the podcast aired, the state also conveniently found troves of physical evidence that authorities had previously said was lost..
Bloomberg Radio New York
"peli" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Went through a suburb of Denver The fire north of the Colorado city destroyed hundreds of homes this week and burned over 6000 acres Boulder county officials say cadaver dogs will be brought to the burn area today to help locate the three missing people almost a foot of snow covers the area now and that could hinder the search Meantime we hear federal help is on the way to the state to help them deal with the wildfires Here's Brad Siegel President Biden approved a disaster declaration early Saturday for those impacted by wildfires that have destroyed hundreds of homes in the Denver suburbs Boulder county sheriff Joe peli says at least 500 homes have gone up in flames and more than 30,000 people have been evacuated The White House says the aid includes funding for temporary housing and emergency loans I'm Brad Siegel At least three people were killed four were injured after a shooting at a New Year's Eve party in Mississippi Gulfport police department chief Chris ryles has several people started shooting after a physical altercation broke out at the party of those injured one is in critical condition so far no arrests have been made Another drug company may be offering up a COVID vaccine soon The BioTech company novavax has filed final data with the FDA novavax says if all goes according to plan it's next step would be to submit a request for emergency approval within a month The company says its COVID vaccine is protein based that sets it apart from Pfizer Moderna and Johnson & Johnson's vaccine There's a suspect on the loose in San Diego after a deadly assault police say the suspect is accused of pushing a man into the path of a moving freight train Saturday morning at the old town transit center The 60 year old man pushed into the path of the train died they alleged attacker and the victim were on the platform together after both had gotten the office southbound trolley The Powerball jackpots climbed to $522 million Nobody won the $500 million prize in last night's drawing so that jackpot rolls over for the Monday drawing I'm Scott Carr Some beaches in Southern California are still closed after a massive seward spill Long Beach and Pedro seal beach including surfside and Huntington beaches sunset beach are all closed The Orange County register reporting the beaches could reopen by the middle of this week according to public information with the LA county sanitation districts An update yesterday said starting Thursday 8 and a half million gallons of untreated sewage leaked into the Dominica's channel and from there into the ocean Eric Adams wasted no time getting to work on his first day as mayor of New York City Here's Paul de Castro Adam signed two COVID related executive orders shortly after delivering his inaugural address on Saturday one order continued the state of emergency put in place by Bill de Blasio's administration to deal with COVID-19 The new administration is also choosing to continue de Blasio's key to the city order which requires people to show proof of vaccination at indoor businesses and venues Demonstrators and Boynton Beach Florida are demanding action in an officer involved death of a 13 year old Dozens took to the streets in the city yesterday calling for justice after the incident from last Sunday when Stanley Davis the third was killed the boy had just filled up the tank of his new dirt bike he got for Christmas when he left the gas station and noticed he was being followed by a police cruiser He ended up losing control of his dirt bike and hit the curb on the median and crashed he died from his injuries Among the works of art to move from copyright protection into the public domain this year as Winnie the pooh Jennifer Jenkins director of duke university center for the study of public domains as copyright and.
Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed
"peli" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed
"C what we creatures fiery undersea volcanos. When we got back to the surface, I kissed the ground and called my mom, of course, but you know what? I wouldn't trade that guy for anything. Doctor figueroa uses her passion for stem to discover new things and make the world a better place. She can stem, so can you. Check out she can stem for more stories and inspiration. A message from the ad council. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg dot com and the Bloomberg business app. This is Bloomberg radio. Now, a global news update. Three folks are feared dead and nearly a thousand homes are destroyed following a Marshall fire in boulder county. That's according to Boulder county sheriff Joe peli, previously officials had reported no fatalities or missing persons in connection to the fire, the three are missing residents but officials fear they may be dead as each of their homes are now completely destroyed by the fire. Officials have obtained a search warrant for one property that may be connected to the cause of the state's biggest fire, which remains under investigation. Officials in Kentucky say water rescues are being carried out east of Lexington as severe storms sweep across the state. Heavy rain from a slow moving storm system cause flash flooding in several counties or tornado warning was issued earlier for the Bowling Green area. That area has already sustained damage from a previous storm. Eric Adams was sworn in as the mayor of New York City on New Year's Eve and this morning he delivered his first address as New York City's 110th mayor. David folk Thomas reports. This city's second black mayor striking an optimistic tone in his New Year's Day address. Despite COVID-19 and his persistence, New York is not closed. It is still open and alive..
Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed
"peli" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed
"Low dose to think about planning and design in a way that we haven't done so before. And JIT is very much at the forefront of that. Collecting data understanding data manipulating data. Having access to facility like NG IT, which is constantly focused on research and innovation is so important for the industry and what it means to be designing for smarter systems. And JIT, New Jersey institute of technology, learn more and JIT EDU. Broadcasting 24 hours a day. Bloomberg dot com and the Bloomberg business act. This is Bloomberg radio. Now a global news update. On the way for Colorado's wildfires, Brad Siegel has more. President Biden approved a disaster declaration early Saturday for those impacted by wildfires that have destroyed hundreds of homes in the Denver suburbs. Boulder county sheriff Joe peli says at least 500 homes have gone up in flames, and more than 30,000 people have been evacuated. At this point, no deaths have been reported. The White House says the aid includes funding for temporary housing and emergency loans. Eric Adams delivers his first address as New York City's 110th mayor. The city's second black mayor struck an optimistic tone in his New Year's Day address. Despite COVID-19 and his persistence, New York is not closed. It is still open and alive because New York is a more resilient than the pandemic. The 61 year old former NYPD captain says his immediate goals are to battle the coronavirus fight the rise in violent crime and to turn the city's economy around. The Democrat declared that the city's new year's resolution is, we will not be controlled by crisis. There's one thing everyone knows about New Yorkers. We don't like anyone telling us what to do. The late Betty White is being remembered as a trailblazer in television. Tributes poured in Friday after the 5 time.
WNYC 93.9 FM
"peli" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Way Also parenting advice financial advice from Michelle Singletary and how to call out bullying and racism on social media as a good Samaritan bystander The Brian lair show at 10 a.m. on WNYC It's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve inskeep And I'm Sarah mccammon Colorado is entering the new year under a state of emergency The state's governor made that declaration after wildfires fanned by gusts of wind tore through suburbs northwest of Denver Those winds reached more than 100 mph tens of thousands of people have been evacuated and at least 580 homes are gone Colorado public radio Sam brash has been out covering the fires and joins us now Good morning Sam Good morning Can you just start by telling us where you've been and give us a sense of what you've been seeing over these past 24 hours or so You bet I think the most shocking part here is just the setting This is not forest and mountain towns It is in suburbs Those wins you mentioned drove these rapid grass fires through superior and Louisville a couple of towns north of Denver And these are normal neighborhoods with more than 20,000 people Think houses and apartments and strip malls Authorities completely evacuated both towns with gridlock the main routes out I watched people drive through parking lots and over bike paths even to get out And when the fire did arrived it burned down entire cul de sacs not to mention a target and a hotel And so many people are still unsure about what happened to their homes I met Ana Kashmir at an emergency seltzer just as she received a video from a neighbor showing part of her neighborhood in flames That's my house I know exactly that's my house And it's still and it's still good I have no idea what's going on right now because maybe it's from a couple of hours Ago She's a Russian immigrant and before she evacuated she managed to grab just a pair of clothes and her naturalization papers And Sam what is known about how these fires might have started So boulder county sheriff Joe peli confirmed that the high winds knock down many power lines in the area early evidence suggests that those may have sparked the fires and they took off amid high winds and these super dry conditions were seeing in Colorado Authorities claim the blaze consumed the length of entire football fields in seconds as it advanced over grasslands and through these towns And we've talked about just widespread damage in the Denver area people forced from their homes tens of thousands of people What about injuries or fatalities Sam It's not very clear right now A spokesman at a hospital in the area told a 6 people were taken for treatment related to the fires that were not sure what kind of injuries they have And we've heard from a different hospital in the area that they evacuated patients starting with those in critical care Yesterday sheriff pilly said that he wouldn't be surprised if there were more injuries or fatalities given how quickly the fire spread emergency officials are hoping to make a better damage assessment as soon as things calm down You know wildfire in the west is something we think about a lot and hear about a lot in the warmer months but I think when people think of Colorado in December I know I think of snow over those mountaintops Wildfire sounds out of place this time of year is it It absolutely is It's been an exceptionally dry winter in Colorado And in recent years we've seen the fire season become a year round event All of Colorado is currently in a moderate drought or worse and more than two thirds of the state is in a severe drought especially in the populated areas east of the mountains where these fires are happening We've barely seen any snow at all this year which is extremely extremely uncommon and all that dry weather and high winds have made these winter wildfires more likely in Colorado and that's a pattern likely to become more frequent due to climate change It's Colorado public radio Sam brash reporting from Denver Sam thanks for your reporting Thank.
WABE 90.1 FM
"peli" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"The Howard Hughes Medical Institute They had this video that was called the tuskless elephants at Goran gosse And I was like oh what's this Goran gossip That's a national park in Mozambique Some elephant populations seem to be missing their tusks Is he while most African elephants have tusks some female African elephants are born without them and never grow them But the number of tuskless elephants was multiplying in Mozambique during and after the country's decades long Civil War which ended in 1992 Large tusked elephants in gorongosa were killed for their ivory which was sold to buy arms and ammunition Around 90% of the elephants there were killed but many female elephants without tusks survived and thrived Campbell's stayton had heard all of this before But then I realized that there wasn't actually a lot of empirical data about what the response was from what the genetic basis of the trait was Was it genetically inherited at all So he made some calls and assembled to team I saw that video in November and by June I was in a helicopter over Mozambique Campbell's stayton and his team worked with local researchers who had tracked elephants for decades They found that the tuskless trait was genetic found in the X chromosome and it was deadly in males So if a tuskless mom had babies she has a 50% chance of passing the trade on to her offspring So 50% of her daughters will be test 50% will be tuskless 50% of her sons will be tusked but that other 50% would die The upshot which they published this week in the journal science is that females without tusks are pretty likely to have tuskless babies which is why the trade was becoming so prevalent It's one of the most detailed examples of how human activity can influence the genes of a population That's fanny peli a wildlife biologist in Canada who wasn't involved in the work The reason why that's important is because if you stop the killing right now you know the time it would take for the population to restore that traits would be much longer now that there's been a change in the genes and then if it wasn't Those changes can ripple through ecosystems Campbell state and points out that other species in gorongosa rely on elephants having tusks to dig up holes for water and strip bark from trees You know people during the Mozambique and Civil War were not thinking about the evolution of elephants I imagined in the slightest You know yet those actions during that 15 year period had all these cascading consequences all the way up from a single gene to an entire ecosystem health Consequences that are still continuing nearly 30 years after the war Just one third of Americans who are pregnant are vaccinated The CDC wants that number to go up saying the benefits outweigh any known or potential risks Hear more tomorrow on morning on weekend edition rather This is.