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"peterle" Discussed on Konsulatet Poddar

Konsulatet Poddar

07:33 min | 3 months ago

"peterle" Discussed on Konsulatet Poddar

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"peterle" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"peterle" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

"He said he was a hundred and ten percent healthy, but for Peterle knocking to play. I'm not you know come knocking back this year. I'M GONNA. PLAY NEXT! Next year. They're just being extra cautious with him. And again you know as you mentioned. Washington doesn't seem like they're going to be playoff team, so they don't really have a big reason to rush him back, but so those guys are ruled out. It would be really interesting if we got Katie and Kyrie back and playing, but there number guys that could be returning guys like Blake Griffin Jonathan Isaac Yousif. Nurkic could those guys come back and give their team boost with some of those guys. There have been questions about whether or not they'll be ready. Jonathan Isaac there was. was some talk that he could play than the magic were saying Oh. We're not really sure. I think Merkich will play for I. Think he'll be back or Blake Griffin. Even the timetable for the injury. If you they were initially being ruled out for the season, but with a four month break now you line lined up, and they were being ruled out a certain amount of time. I think it was seven months or something like that, and now you know it's been right about their right about the amount of time that they were being rolled out, so we'll see. If they're able to come back and make a return, but it just so rare to see guys that are ruled out for the season. be able to suddenly come back and finish the regular season. Enter the play offs, and and be able to make an impact, so that's one benefit for these teams that had a big injury You know a four-month break obviously helps them you know. Obviously we could see their teams extra cautious, and if the because they haven't been able to rehab or stay in. SHAPE because they've been hurt. Maybe their teams don't throw them back out there. Because I, know there's a lot of fear whenever there's playoff intensity throwing guys out there that maybe are in game shape or aren't ready. You could have some serious injuries by it'll be interesting to see who can come back and make an impact for their team. You know W will be interesting. I think it's hard to to make a blanket statement on injuries in general in this kind of case it depends on the injury depends on player's body type. You know age all that kind of stuff and I in another part of a Tuesday. I don't think it's always a situation where the dialogue closed doors is talking about okay. What does this do for my contract status? Sometimes guys missed the game. They're healthy enough to go there. They're going to get out there just because they lion and so I. Mean I think the case by case deal we'll, we'll say. For sure yet, so looking at these specifics blake, Griffin. It's interesting because they've said he'd be healthy in June at the same time, the Pistons are kind of rebuilding. They might hold him out and just be safe, but then guys'll Jonathan Isaac three weeks ago. He said he may be able to return He wasn't working race anymore. Was G got off? Crutches Orlando exempts were saying that it's a possibility, but he might miss this season. Isaac is kind of Isaac End Alfred Community in Orlando. Both of those are kind of up in the air eight. Eight weeks ago, you had surgery in. Orlando said he'd be reevaluated in twelve weeks. So that kind of puts a timetable right around a month from now, so maybe it's possible that he can play. We'll see which guys can come back. Obviously, some injuries are worse than others, but it'll be interesting to see who could make a return. I know the last thing that you looking forward to Matt was what's going to happen at this neutral site? What are something? You're looking forward to you and curious about about you know what's going to happen on neutral site. Well I think losing homecourt advantage is really really a big thing here If you're the Lakers the box, you get the number one slot an in your conference, I mean you know having those home games I mean is just such a huge advantage I mean it's hard to go on the road for a team in face, a top team in and beat them at their their house. House, and so now take the fans out of the picture Take the you know the home home court out of the picture. A kinda makes for a little bit more parody so should should be interesting kind of I think you mentioned. This is kind of makes it a little bit more like a March madness type type environment where you're neutral site and you know just get out there. There and compete. Yeah I mean with no fans. It'll be interesting. Do you think we could see more upset? Because Hope? QUARTERBACK is such a big deal, not only because you have the fans freaking out, and you know adding the pressure to the opposing players, but also because when guys are at home, they have their own routine. They're more comfortable. They're used to the basket. There's so many different. Different things that homecourt advantage is you know why why it's an edge for teams and there's been studies that show teams play better at home. I mean we. We've seen that, so not only just because you're used to the court and everything, but having that game day routine being at home, and then also the fan reaction with no fans homecourt advantage. Could you see there being more upsets? Yeah, it's possible. I think the guys that are really going to thrive. Here are the mentally tough. I mean the guy, probably good practice. Players ride guys that are competitive. We know even when the bright lights aren't on, and the fans aren't there. players like that I. Think are the ones that are gonNA shine here. certain players are more of our gamers, if the feed off the fans and the energy so interesting to see how different guys just you know obviously I'm biased with the box because my dad but. But I I think this is going to be a benefit for Janas because That guy is just a killer doesn't matter if they're fans, there are not that guy is going to compete and so guys like that I. Think we'll. We'll shine. Yawn came to mind Damian Lillard. Guy Like that who seem super mentally tough and clutch comes to mind. Yeah, it'll be interesting to see which guys step up, and which guys struggle a bit because it's kind of like the I talked about this Samay make, but this is almost like the. The G. League showcase or Orlando Summer League back whenever they used to have that. When there are no fans in the building, you know it can be tough to play in the that environment I think. Guys get used to having the fans and everything so yeah, it'll be interesting to see what this looks like, and also just from a you know a fan standpoint being able to watch on TV. Are we going to hear more trash? Talk and you know or are they gonNA pipe the crowd noise in so that we can't hear those things. Things honestly I would love to hear that stuff. I think one of the coolest things about this job is being able to sit. You know baseline and here are these guys trash, talking and hear what's being said by the band. Should all that you know I think that's super interesting. I think fans would love to hear it too so. I hope that you know they don't pump in too much crowd noise to the point where we can't hear what's happening on the court and here guys interacting because that's really special. That can make the postseason. Thing, for the first time we can hear very clearly with all the guys are saying you know when they're these super high stakes. I think that'd be a lot of fun. Niagara and that's mean. That's one reason. I love NBA Summer League. You know it's. It's very intimate. Great Competitive Basketball. And now it's gotten to the point where there's so many fans, but it's still i. mean you get up close and personal? Look at it, some of these top young players, and so I. I think it's GonNa be very similar to MBA summer league. For this point. You know we're just excited for basketball. We'll take anything even if pumping ground noise or whatever I'm not going to be picky. I'm just excited to see some sports again I. I hope.

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"peterle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"peterle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Richard Hake. It's seven forty three. Stay tuned. Coming up on the next Brian Lehrer show hear recaps and highlights both governor Cuomo's speech on the state of New York and governor Murphy's address on the state of New Jersey, plus more on the attorney general confirmation hearings for William bar and a look at the persistent lack of diversity in academic publishing. That's the Brian Lehrer show that starts at ten this morning right now, here's John Schaefer with today's gig alert. The band team has three sisters at its heart teeny Burson used to play in the Brooklyn band. Here we go magic before teaming up with her sisters, Catherine and Lizzy all of them have music in their blood. Their father was the noted American composer Peterle Verson. But instead of classical music what team gives you is a classic combination of rock energy. And finally honed pop sensibility. The song is all about us. All about us by teen. They played tonight at babies all right for details. Go to new sounds dot org..

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"peterle" Discussed on Fantasy Throwdown Podcast

Fantasy Throwdown Podcast

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"peterle" Discussed on Fantasy Throwdown Podcast

"What about hotcakes though, I want some odd case? Now, here's your host ready to jump into the thick of things Dwayne calendar. Welcome to the show everyone. I'm your host Wayne calendar. Got a lot to talk about. So let's get right down to it with everything that happened in the world of sports yesterday and just a recap what transpired any NFL as a whole. So we basically had Kansas City defeat the colts thirty one thirteen game was closer than the actual score indicated a coach missed the number of opportunities in the kicking game vegetarian was surprisingly, just bad. Like missed a twenty three yard field goal at the end of the half mixed. Missed an extra point the colts were absolutely dreadful on third down. I'm not even sure if they actually converted third-down, I I think they went oh for eight if I'm not mistaken either ofr ADA overnight. I I'm not I don't think they actually converted third down the entire game. Casey's defense was better than expected. The pass rushers Abe. Able to get home and the colts just cannot mount any rushing attack with Marla MEK, which I pointed out that I thought that the colts were going to have to go to name Hines, but they never used Heintz. I was very surprised by that. I how Frank Reich failed to adjust to what can't city was doing. I felt that we were going to see a little bit more of a passing attack through the backfield against the colts in the second half. But we really didn't get that at all. So a little bit surprising there in terms of how the game actually played out. But as a whole Kansas City looked very very good especially on defense on offense. They ran the offense through Travis Kelsey a lot of dump off passes like Kelsey do is damage against Indy. Who does not play the tight end. Well, at all, I told you they were ranked thirty second against tight ends the entire season for reason. They just don't defend tight ends well based off of their scheme because they're trying to limit big. Doc plays up top. And you know, even though they didn't get the big pass play down the field. Tear Terry kill still made an impact on that game because the chiefs ransom place from running the football in of hill. Gash them, you know, overall team speed of the Colt was not nearly on the level of the chiefs. And that's what I was getting at us that even with no eight conditions. The fastest team is still going to be faster team. Like, snow conditions, really only impact you if it's a case of it's really thick snow, and it it just slows down everyone completely. So then you can't get traction. That makes a difference. That wasn't the case yesterday. It was just snowing Casey wasn't sticking to that point. So anyway, moving on just because we we gotta get down to everything we had the Rams of beat the Cowboys thirty to twenty two. So the Rams did actually cover. That that seven point spread. Realistically, this game came down to the fact that the Cowboys defense could not stop the Rams running attack. The Rams basically wind up at the line of scrimmage at punched Dallas in the mouth for Peterle. And the Cowboys had no answer for it. You know, the run stunts that the Rams are due. The Cowboys just had no answer. There were no just at the as in the second half, rob merrily..

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"peterle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"peterle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So how do we strike the balance between continuing to point out the falsehoods and becoming numb to them? I mean, some people suggest that given the volume of. The president's BS you need to triage, focus on only the lies that have an impact on the most people are posed the greatest threat to democracy and leave out the countless little Apocrypha sees. And exaggerations that he says whenever he's not looking at a monitor. What do you think I think that's a reasonable argument? But I disagree. My argument is that a lot of the little lies are extremely revealing. All of us, probably are not entirely honest one hundred percent of the time, especially when we're on the defensive, but the people who are relying for no reason about little stuff who we really sort of question. And so when Trump is making stuff up for no reason, even if it doesn't have a big impact on policy debates. I think it often tells us something about who this president is what haven't we already figured out his character. I mean, someone who lied about the number of floors that were in his towers or the square footage of the apartments things. Eminently checkable you wrote in the Washington Post that people will Email you asking why you waste your time. When the facts don't even matter anymore. I reject that suggestion. Of course, there's a constituency that loves Trump, no matter what that doesn't care even if he laws or Peterle, but I don't think that we need to be so obsessed with this group of the population that we consider them the only group, I think this stuff matters to tens of millions of people you said that you've met Trump voters who insists that he's honest and also Trump voters who say they like as lying because it bothers elites like you. But then there are Trump voters like Bruce Brown of rural Pennsylvania, you wrote about it. And I thought that was a really interesting story. This was a man who was an ardent Trump supporter, although he was critical of him on healthcare. He was a Medicaid recipient. So he didn't like what Trump was doing all ObamaCare, but he loved Trump and I interviewed him about healthcare. Then he messaged me on Twitter where I found. Him afterwards. And said, I found your fact checking and I was like, oh, no he's going to tell me, I'm fake news. But instead he said something like I had no idea. He lied this much. You know, I kind of had an idea that he wasn't always honest. But I know idea he was lying hundreds of times in a month. He said, I can't wait to show this to my friends and neighbors who also that Trump I really feel taken advantage of. And so I asked him subsequently just out of curiosity like where do you get your information about Trump? He loves Rush Limbaugh. Mark Levin other right wing talk radio. How's he loves Fox News? And so for a lot of people who consume media like that. They're just not hearing about the ways the president is distorting the truth. And so it taught me, you know, if we can find a way to reach some of these people they can't be persuaded. Thank you very much. Thank you so much Daniel Dell is Washington. Correspondent for the Toronto Star..

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"peterle" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"peterle" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Twenty sports time one zero three out of five throw. Let Jackson he gets an open. Look for three cubs up. Short four rebounded by Mathis. And that's it. Rutgers has beaten the number sixteen of the country. Ohio state. Final score from the rack scarlet knights sixty four the buckeyes sixty one Jerry Recco. With the call the Rutgers IMG sports network. The scarlet knights now. Eight and six getting their first win against a big ten opponent this season in four tries. Seton Hall winning as well holding off Butler, seventy six to seventy five miles Powell scored thirty one Syracuse over Clemson sixty one fifty three Fordham came up short Duquesne sixty six sixty one Stony Brook over Binghamton fifty nine Forty-six number four Virginia all over Boston. College Eighty-three fifty-six free agent catcher. Yes. Monte Grondahl reportedly agreed to a one year contract with the brewers the local hockey teams all off last night. They'll all be on the ice tonight. The Rangers at the garden against the islanders. We'll have that game for you here on the fan starting at seven it'll be the devil's also homeless they take on the Toronto Maple Leafs this year, resolve to use your car less. Yes. You could car pool to work a few days a week use public transportation like buses and trains and walk any distance under a mile. Find tips and more at one thing u s dot com. Fan weather overnight, mostly cloudy, maybe a snow shower low in the low thirties Thursday, partly sunny, a high in the mid thirties. Friday, sunny with a high in the low thirties right now, it is cloudy and thirty four in central park. And that's what's happening. I'm Harris Allen with twenty twenty sports on WFAN sports radio one zero one nine FM and sports radio sixty six year flagship station for New York sports listened to WFAN anytime anywhere. Download the radio dot com app and favourite us today. And if you have Alexa, or Google just say play WFAN and you'll be locked into the fan. Russell fallaway. Jumper is good Twenty-three. Pretty angelo. Russell given him a lot of heat early in the game. How Russell put it. My face playing. Great deserve Peterle, Atlanta. Shout out to a nineteen. First first-half league niche came storming back and pulled away by as much as twenty in the second half and the final score here in Brooklyn. The nets with a come from behind victory. One sixteen to one hundred has they knock off the Atlanta Hawks..

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"peterle" Discussed on Myths and Legends

Myths and Legends

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"peterle" Discussed on Myths and Legends

"The way deeming Rosman one hand started squeeze Rostom pushback until he broke the demon script plummeted into the blackness below as he creamed towards nothingness. He knew we needed to do something. So we hooked his Mace to his belt reach for sword stepping out to where he thought the weight deem was standing when he felt the resistance and heard the roar. He knew he found success his mess of sorts slice through the weight demons thought by and then it came to a stop. He jammed a foot into the fresh wound started hacking away, the demons swipe back Rostom Peterle dodged burrowing deeper and deeper into the things leg until standing by the bone. He took out his Mace once more the white deem was now clawing at his own flesh trying to fish Rostom out, but it was too late Rostom swung in a crack. And a roar rang out the demon began to fall rostrum, schilling himself within the demons leg. Say slammed on the floor of the pit when the dust settled roster merged. He saw that he had taken off the demons leg of the enemies looked at one another when there is meant both beans realized something rostrum realized that no matter how this went his name would live on forever. As the one who stormed the land of demons and fought their champion. The white demon. Oh, he realized that he was no longer the champion. Even if he won and lived, the other demons would smell weakness. No matter how this went. This was his final fight. He wanted to make sure it was one. He could be proud of. Above all it set Rakesh both wracked with anxiety. They had seen the glowing is the previous afternoon and heard screams coming from the pit, even if they had dared to peak there wouldn't have been able to see anything so far into the darkness even worse than screams. However was silence. They had heard a deafening crack from down below the nothing. For a long while whatever have been going on down. There was now finished winner lose. Old looked at we're quiche and the two new they had venture toward the pit together. They walked when they peered over the edge. Olah jump back and surprise he was looking straight into the white demons face. What was left of it? Ricky schwinn need as Rustam to himself. And then about half of the white demons head out of the whole it was over the white team in the champion of Zadran was dead in it should to a head carrying a non trivial amount of demand brains, Rostom hefted, a wine skin that had been emptied out and refilled with the white teams blood later as the three sap the campfire Ola tended to rostrums wounds while hearing all about the fight Rostom went on and on about how with the white demon dead. The others would soon either fall or flee Massana Rome, we need a new king Rostom was finished with the old one. That was a perfect candidate for the job Ola continue clean rostrums wounds. So focused on helping his friend that he didn't realize that Rostom paused, and he was staring straight at Olot..

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"peterle" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"peterle" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Many titles. How how would you like to be introduced attorney's fine? Attorney attorney Jason Polanco K, but we're gonna get into some of your other former and current gigs, and I think we should start with your work with the New York City board of elections. So what was that job and tell us a little bit about what you seen today. And what that means to you. Well, first of all so much for having me, I'm from the Bronx. So actually came all the way from the Bronx because Jared says come over and he has been supporting come from the Bronx. We appreciate that. Yeah. I was President Commissioner the New York seaboard of elections and very pivotal time appointed by the council in two thousand seven and stayed onto about two thousand thirteen what the I notice about the board of elections. I have to tell you. I think he gets very bad reputation. I mean, it was awful before. I got any one of the worst things why get pointed right at the time when we started switching from a lever system to to a paper trail system. So I have a target on your right as soon as you walk into the door. So the board of elections has had a problem for half a century. Are the problems are Cain? And I think that it gets a very bad rap. And unfortunately, this speak to the people that I've met that I worked with for the thousands of hours. I was there in the trenches. These people are phenomenal. They really are. You see them on Twitter you see the attacks. And you may you may hear some complaints. But is it the full story the thousands of people that dedicate their time to make sure that people get an opportunity to come out and vote they're not have problems with the board of elections. I think that those problems have nothing. To do with the members of the board. But with the state legislature, the state legislature should do something about early voting. I mean, I'm a Republican from New York City asking for early voting on popularity seriously popular thing to do. But having been there. There's no other way for us to ease. These lines on election day other than to give New Yorkers the right to vote before election that you have to do it. That's when I ran for public advocate. I put out a plan, then I think that really merits. Albany taking a look at it. Because I think that if we were to allow for New Yorkers to vote before election day, you don't see these long lines today. Unless voters to be able to get those problems fix before election day. I also think that we should have Zillah recites outside of these sites should have that available in case one site system goes down. There's a backup right across the street. This ADA approved. There's a lot of things any tap. And all of that is coming from the state, and I'll have to tell you know, a lot of you guys are Democrats, and that's fine. My mom's them, I love them. That's. I have tell you. Democrats early voting because they don't want the Cossio Cortez phenomenon. They know that if you allow early voting in New York City, and you're an incumbent democrat u r d o a primary day because of a person like Salazar to tell you right now. I'm a Republican from the bronze. Okay. All right. Let's get the way. So when you have Senator delone losing an election to someone like the soon to be Senator sound, it makes very little sense in he'd have someone very little track record in the community club. Blaney line by the president Peterle runs from the press. You never run from the press. You take you take the hit. You got caught you admitted you keep them moving but runs from the press and still get selected why because of this excitement behind young people moving into areas of people coming in from Iowa North Dakota want to be part of our communities. That's the wonderful thing. But energized, and they don't wanna wait their turn..

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"peterle" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

Daily Racing Form

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"peterle" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

"But we'll we'll see a game. We'll play again as the season goes on JK will start with you looking over this slate of games at the weekend. Oh, you've always got. You're always thinking in terms of teasers and always have a variety of games. You wanna talk about is there a particular matchup, not necessarily your best bet here, but just a particular matchup. You feel like is worthy of discussion from the Sunday slate. Yeah. The TS games that kind of grabbed my attention early this week on there's three of them the Packers you could depending on what line you see you could try to get them under a field goal at home against the dolphins. The inconsistency of the Packers makes me a little bit nervous. The home field advantage could push me on when it comes to those guys. You can also get the chiefs under ten not crazy about that. But what that huge line at seventeen. You gotta think that the chiefs are going to always be in a position at least to extend that into two scores. You feel like it would always be in reach as well as they're playing and as poorly as the cardinals are playing, and then the other one was the Rams getting back home getting them to minus three, you know, my favorite types of games are the ones where you can tease him down to just kind of just having to win cyncially when a half is just winning. But they're still those weird games where that that might not get the job done. And then the other one I thought was that was attractive was the eagles. I know they haven't been beaters this year. But the Cowboys are really really bad. And and having a team at home to just win something that I like always be alive to Scott when you look over the slate of games from the point of view as the managing editor of DR f sports for him. Is there a particular game maybe on the Sunday slate, especially that beeps out to you that features what the sports form does? Well. Yeah. I think all those. I'll get to games one is Jacksonville. You Napa 'less the other one is Detroit's ACOG, oh and could a bit of weeks to see him in the sports form. But we've talked about a couple of times on this podcast that teams that have been dominant have tended to be overvalued now. One of the teams. And by this week is Wade and we've spoken Peterle about ravens and even fading. We've been making money faded ravens. Because of those big wings. They had early in the season especially in the season opener against the bills. Here. We are now in the ravens are going into the by sitting four five and this was a team as hard as history right now, they were favorite in Carolina six to Carolina team and Carolina won that game handily. That was one of the picks. We gave out here on this podcast similar situation. Where the betting system is teams that are outscoring opponents by an average a double digits. When the coming all back to back games of allowing fourteen points of fewer those teams are just three fifteen against the spread. And we had the bears as one of those systems earlier in the year coming off that huge rim against the buccaneers or eight ten and they were going down to Miami. And that was the game that block Osweiler started for the first time the bears lost that game out for the bears the six and a half point favorites. Older what's really been a solid Detroit team for most of the season after that embarrassing loss to the jets and the Monday night opening comed- that's exceptional value on the lions here. I really feel like that should be three point line. I think it should be theirs by three maybe three and a half, certainly not six and a half. So I think there's an awful lot of value there. I like it. I wanna talk about the you mentioned another game too. But let's pause here for a second. I wonder if that line isn't happening to that degree in part because of the perception of each team's personality at home and away. JK? I know you keep a lot of your own numbers. How much do you pay attention to short term home road split stuff in the NFL? For example, the lions being one in three away the bears being three in one at home..

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U.S. stops suspension of joint military exercises with South Korea

Tood Schnitt

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U.S. stops suspension of joint military exercises with South Korea

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"peterle" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"peterle" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"All of our guests join us on the shell Pennzoil performance line been talking a lot about what came out of the OSU investigation. The findings revealed yesterday after a press conference with urban Meyer and eighty. Gene Smith therefore preventing media from being able to kind of dig into some of the facts that came out of that reporting. A lot of people say. Free del that the lead investigator, Mary Jo White seemed to just be carrying water for OSU, giving them what they were looking for. That's not to say that the facts are omitted, but more so that their massaged the way she writes about it, the language she uses the brakes that she gives to those involved in certain things seemed to be out of a playbook that caused them to spend eleven hours to get to the point where they could say suspension stick around. They found a way to keep urban Meyer as coach of the Ohio State football team, sir. That in the end, that's what it boils down to that. Everything came to the conclusion that urban Meyer is still in place and gene Smith, because this certainly seems like gene Smith learn nothing from the trestle scandal. What we saw was a lack of institutional control under his watch where an employee was misbehaving, acting unprofessionally and potentially beating his wife over the course of several years and continued to be employed. And if you don't and haven't seen the litany. The of offenses from Zac Smith beyond the allegations of abuse. Those are important because those would get anyone else fired minus any other allegations. And if there was ever a question, so who the most powerful person on a college campus was and who makes the Old Dominion decisions at these big time programs. It's almost always the head football coach, especially of a successful program because gene Smith and the chance for Peterle to to make the change in a few years ago. Astor reminder to make the change suggested it to him about Zach Smith in it didn't happen also worth noting that Mary Jo White's claims that there were requests from both this investigation and the paper at OSU four records from urban Meyer's phone somehow weren't seen or addressed until after some Brett mcmurphy reporting came out that caused urban Meyer to talk to a fellow employees about what might be found and how to make his texts delete anytime. More than a year in advance. She was getting paid fifteen hundred dollars an hour to do this. That's enough money for them to recover text messages. It's expensive. It's worth it. If you want them. If she had wanted those wanted those techs, she could have gone after them. She could have also recommended a new policy mandating that all of the athletic department electronic records and communications be preserved that. It's a violation of policy to do something like he did, which is to delete all of the evidence when he's midway through an investigation. Good luck in your first press conference been Mirer whenever you come back after that TCU game because any reporter worth his or her salt at this point isn't an ask about what happened on that third down point in the second quarter. They're going to say urban, what? Why do they do you believe all these text messages prior to a year ago, if you felt you had nothing to hide. Well, here's what Mary Jo White said yesterday about what she said. Urban Meyer did wrong coach Meyer was in fact aware of the twenty fifteen law enforcement investigation into allegations of domestic violence by Zach Smith. He was informed of that investigation by athletic director. Gene Smith in the fall of twenty fifteen and both coach Meyer and athletic director. Gene Smith regularly Ma. Monitored the progress of that investigation for a period of months. Although the investigation did not alternately result in any charges or an arrest, coach Meyer and AD gene Smith, although acting in good faith did not report the investigation of Zac Smith for domestic violence in two thousand fifteen to compliance as we believe they should have. Although law enforcement had not brought charges at the time that coach Meyer and eighty Smith became aware of the investigation. The compliance function would have been in the best position to assess whether to conduct an internal investigation into the allegations, had they known about them. Couple of things to note..

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"peterle" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"peterle" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"We've got to close ranks and we can't afford. But one of us to get in trouble. Hey, one of us gets in trouble. All of us gets in trouble. I don't know too many careers as a culture. Where people will band together and go to jail for each other over a wrong. Anything. Well, I mean, is that true though? I mean, if one of you gets in trouble, do all of you get in trouble or is that just a way of intimidating? Well, I I don't think it's true. I think part of our culture has been to stand tall and stand together, and you know, it's sort of embodies what happens is your car with aplomb McDonald all the officers that were on the scene saw the same thing. One officer shot, four officers didn't, but all the officers told the same story as the shooter and they were all convicted incentive prison. So we have we gotta get past this culture of, you know, we have to stand together and band together no matter what, because, uh, get them because if it's against them, we know who us is, but who are them? Yeah. I mean, I, I wanna get to sort of your thoughts on on how that on how that happens, but but you know. I'm curious to as as you as you went around, you spoke to different, you You know. know, I guess, facets of law enforcement the law enforcement professionals, but also members of the community folks who have been the subjects of police violence and and I guess you know, elected officials and whatnot. What from your perspective, what where are the big differences in attitudes and perspectives on what you do as you as you sort of like, where is those? Where are those perspectives that might be most surprising. I think one of the things that I don't think the public understands how like when police departments recruit and they bring in office higher officers, he goes this rigorous process. Many found the officers had no no access or exposure to communities of color or communities who don't like them. So that's a hurdle that you have to overcome. But you can overcome that by understanding what your own internal biases, our own experiences, communities assume that people are prepared to deal with them. And then from the from the other side of perspective, communities don't understand that. You know, all my years of working, I never worked with anyone and I work with racist people, but I've never worked with anyone who came to work with the idea. I'm gonna go out there. I'm gonna kill someone there and you know, I've never been around anyone that I felt that was the case with the other thing communities asking us Peterle and I got asked this question throughout the process. Why can't officer shoot people in the leg? Why can't they shoot to injure, you know, and the standard answer for us is always the same. We shoot to diminish the threat and the way we do that. It is by shooting center mass and nets the way we train, and that's the way we perform distress. So as I call people in the past, if we shoot you in the leg is probably going to be a mistake because that's not what we're trained to do at the end of the day. So there needs to be understanding on communities part. They need to be more understanding compassion on four cents part. I mean is that is that type of training? Does that make sense? Absolutely made sense. I mean, someone who's been out there and involved, you gotta know when you're on the when you're under fire near the threat you need, you need to stop that threat soon as you can only way you do that is to hit your target and you know, vital body areas and the largest in the marches area of the body would if you're not under fire, I mean, right. I mean, that's the issue, right? That's the issue. Like, I mean, we were. We're not talking. You're not. You're not going through stories of a police officer under fire. You're going through stories of a police officer who thinks that they may be under fire in the future. Well, not only that, but you go back to what we talk about the book..

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"peterle" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"peterle" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Them incredible ecommerce platform in india flip quarters number one in fashion number one in large appliances number two electron it's number that's incredible i understand an amazon tried to buy the stake for two billion dollars more than walmart was willing to pay but the two thousand binnie and sasha in bond saul not related by the way who hadn't had worked at amazon before this vote to wool mart instead there's got to be stored there but how much these guys dislike amazon turned down extra two billion just like disney walmart stock is getting wacked because the companies investing in its future which brings me to the twist on the second part of jimmy carter's dictum in the stock market it's not that rich companies can get away with things that poor companies can't it's fast growers get a free pass on this stuff and more mature companies no matter how rich they are like disney walmart do get punished for letting put another way if amazon had acquired flip karp i think it stock would have been up big not down three percent like walmart's because wall street is amazon a free pass spending like walmart no one is whole amazon profit standards just gross standard you know who else gets the free pass netflix and tesla was conference calls reed hastings you have netflix actually both but how he needs to spend a gresley spent much more than he can afford right now in order stay ahead of the competition to grow where what it's incredible how much of a free pass gets although like with amazon i think netflix deserves it but when it comes to getting special treatment tesla's elon musk takes the undeserving cake he's losing fortunes per car but if they can just manufacture a lot of vehicles as many promises investors will keep throwing money at it even as much because peterle missed his own targets walmart disney are trapped by the four walls of the spreadsheet canvas their hostage to the need beat earnings estimates tesla netflix amazon measure by growth had no limit how much they can spend yet the stock market is unfair is just not unfair the way you might expect it to be too bad because morten disney are.

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"peterle" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"peterle" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Them incredible ecommerce platform in india flip quarters number one in fashion number one in large appliances number two electron it's number that's incredible i understand an amazon tried to buy the stake for two billion dollars more than walmart was willing to pay but the two thousand binnie and sasha in bond saul not related by the way who hadn't had worked at amazon before this vote to wool mart instead there's got to be stored there but how much these guys dislike amazon turned down extra two billion just like disney walmart stock is getting wacked because the companies investing in its future which brings me to the twist on the second part of jimmy carter's dictum in the stock market it's not that rich companies can get away with things that poor companies can't it's fast growers get a free pass on this stuff and more mature companies no matter how rich they are like disney walmart do get punished for letting put another way if amazon had acquired flip karp i think it stock would have been up big not down three percent like walmart's because wall street is amazon a free pass spending like walmart no one is whole amazon profit standards just gross standard you know who else gets the free pass netflix and tesla was conference calls reed hastings you have netflix actually both but how he needs to spend a gresley spent much more than he can afford right now in order stay ahead of the competition to grow where what it's incredible how much of a free pass gets although like with amazon i think netflix deserves it but when it comes to getting special treatment tesla's elon musk takes the undeserving cake he's losing fortunes per car but if they can just manufacture a lot of vehicles as many promises investors will keep throwing money at it even as much because peterle missed his own targets walmart disney are trapped by the four walls of the spreadsheet canvas their hostage to the need beat earnings estimates tesla netflix amazon measure by growth had no limit how much they can spend yet the stock market is unfair is just not unfair the way you might expect it to be too bad because morten disney are.

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"peterle" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"peterle" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

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"peterle" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"peterle" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Hey eighty 88 as glee over the phone number peter is in toronto hello peterle heliport elio longtime fan even before you came up to your your show thank you thank you say to talk to you i miss toronto i'll i'll have occasion to get up there anymore and i really enjoy gone up there yeah knows what he what appear to see in seeing a concerts of massey hall that's the thing man that's the thing i love that going like that i feel all they loved massey hall go down young street i'll just fun fun town well now well maybe would come up again took i will it yeah i will and erin barbarian became a friend of barbarian steakhouse and i have been there in ages i dunno i gotta get get a get back up to the the big smoke they call it yeah i get a question about actually he and related but um i bought a soon as one speaker yes christmas time and they were supposed to have the alexa working light works you having at at work i view i use mine every day it doesn't work with the amazon she a oh he doesn't working canadia canada yeah uh boy i've been looking and there's ways you can get an account in like i heard it's an infrastructure thing i don't know but uh i that's interesting because you do you can get uh echoes up there right no the end they sell the film is one but it you can't let it doesn't work with sonos eaker 'cause avocados system yes so the sonos one is a sonos speaker it's a single it's like the sonos play one but it has amazon's echo built into uh it's by the way a limited version of echo it doesn't do everything echo does which is frustrating and it's sad i didn't realize that the that even though you're out allowed the by now this is relatively recent echoes in canada the that that doesn't work so sounds like it's a sonos thing what is sonal soya about it a thing something with amazon or totally fay but uh but i get that we've been asked that their readers waged against iin through an american mechanical things like guy.

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"peterle" Discussed on StandUp SpeakUp by Tokii

StandUp SpeakUp by Tokii

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"peterle" Discussed on StandUp SpeakUp by Tokii

"A foreign shit youth falling seafarers is in canadian waters we cannot legally and glory seamen on their shift paying those wages under the former work insisting we had to pay the minimum wage paid in canada as it is indeed correct dismay noone inspected the vessels to it's it's a ghost industry that everyone has ignored and has been a major major problem it's not easy going up your gifts obtained could you didn't synergic boarded humidity was seen enough riboud though this looks in all frenchman used some conference reach mitch mcconnell behind it is always been applying renewed system in order to hind your beneficial owner bedsheets register now short so you can avoid taxation you can avoid social standards and everything else when crew members of a sense mr peterle hey with the international transport workers federation in vancouver twenty small confer margins they don't govern themselves so they expect that somebody else will allow will create of a false economy four them it's a complex world of uh of wages and wage agreements say did exists right now it we don't see any stop that um a race to the bottom these deals result in the loss of living wage jaw cbs people actually by the jobs in in a lot of these countries they have their family put together enough money to purchase a job it's illegal but it does happen at even at these wages that that are described their often hass to come to an itf inspector to be paid this pittance it's not even just the wages peterloo hey in vancouver found to see fair on board a vessel who was who would have died of kidney failure the captain wouldn't allow him to go ashore because that would have cost them extra money they would have had to fly somebody back in they would have had to fly some they were to fly phone him home peter guard him off the boat and they discovered he was suffering from kidney failure had he not gone in on that day likely he would have been dead so the scenario is outrageous that that exists on these vessels we fight for those sailors but it's it.

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"peterle" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"peterle" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

"Mike thank you really enjoy talking to the last hour and a half roughly on on this episode are awesome good stuff wwe gave us tonight to talk about yeah thanks so much for having me again always enjoy it really really really had a good time with the goal that's a mighty ari from ring rust radio google it and subscribe in can hear mike every week with his other cohosts talk about lots of different topics on pro wrestling that will do it for our discussion on raw but i am not done yet i am about to record a full chronological detailed rundown of monday night raw for vip membership you're not up peterle torture yet eu member and you want to hear what i thought of raw start to finish or like a lot of efc members do listen to my vip exclusive rob report first to get a foundation of what happened on raw specially if you're watching football or not catching all of raw for any number of reasons the i'll wait killer hotline which i present every single day for vip members literally every single day for about eight years i've done the way color hotline of done a longer than that but in terms of not missing today it's been around eight years that includes my run out of raw after raw after a record the wake of other person podcast every week so you can hear not only our thoughts on the eight topics and what happened in the arena which just the full rundown of everything that was on raw and my thoughts on every single the big ones a little ones little vignettes little announcements other asides that comes with a vip membership so you can check that out and check out of everything that comes with a vip membership at pete w torch dot com slash go vip if you like what we do here on the way killer progressing podcast four days a week.

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