20 Burst results for "Petr"

"petr" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up

Chelsea Mike'd Up

02:59 min | 3 months ago

"petr" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up

"It was only the small chance that it won't happen again, playing with the helmets is the reason I worry that novels very happy to have the opportunity and and that was as soon as I could come back I. Can and should admire recovery was expected much photo much longer than than if you didn't already have immense respect for petr check him just casually mentioning that parts of his skull were smashed to pieces and then he got back out there and was arguably even dropping the arguably the best keeper in the. World. After that scary injury tells you a lot about this man. Let's talk about the iconic headgear now you made that intimidating you made. That cool with your performance but at first, did you feel a little like this is kind of weird. This is goofy. This is not comfortable on my head at how do I look at do I looked funny. How did that go for you? When you're first trying to break that look in the first the first helmet was actually different shaved than than this one was was coming completely everything and it it looked a bit funny. So. By I couldn't care less for me, the main point was that I could train in Iowa safe to train and and novel safe to make the steps forward in my recovery. And used to play as as a kid so I used to I used to wear the helmet they know would even with Israel in front of my face so for me was not the problem a true that. It felt bid strange when you play the first game and you are the only player who was. The headgear during the. Joining the game and there was so much made the out of it as well. So that I games a bit awkward. Because everybody was day you know that the the media and the and the and the photographs and everybody always taking pictures because it was something completely. Different than that's why he was been awkward but it was only I games before I get used to the fact that okay I'm the only one with the helmet and I can't get less because I was happy to be back on the pitch as Mike mentioned, you go on to have a an immensely successful career. Even after this, we wanted to take you to two thousand, twelve. I imagine it comes up in conversation a lot the two week period you have this incredible save in the FA Cup final against Liverpool that Chelsea rated as as the best ever, and then of course, in that champions. League final coming up with those penalty saves what are the moments that stick out for you for from that run not just for you but the side is well, it was a strange season I have to say we be done with under every large buoyant being done very good preseason everything was going well and nothing really indicated that the season starts in everything will start going wrong white because we were very hard work worry while and the atmosphere into in the training ron was very positive because we were thinking like, okay. This is going the right direction and s the season started said lay things..

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"petr" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up

Chelsea Mike'd Up

05:37 min | 7 months ago

"petr" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up

"This feels normal, but now I'd be like. For me like elbows out, and it just would feel so different now so I can't imagine what it's like for the players Right Immedi sports conversation somehow got through it without mentioning every five seconds at Petra, check is joining us and that interview club legend needs really no more introduction. Petr Check Chris Wittingham. My neutral observer, even you have to drop the neutral routine for this interview pedder. Check up next. Every minute of every match download the fifth stand. The official chose the at. Chris I am beside myself right now? Because I guess one of the silver, linings of this pandemic and us, trying to rework or workflow here on Chelsea Mike Dep is that we've turned a teleconference APPS, and so instead of just having a disembodied voice on the phone. I'm staring at a screen right now and petr check is looking right at me and I. AM sweating through my t shirt Chris. It's exciting for me to I. Mean this is this is an all time. Premier League World Legend that we're talking to right. Let's start off with what you're doing now before we wax poetic about the past and get nostalgic about all your tremendous moments I mean. We're talking to a premier. League keeper that had two hundred clean sheets do hundred. That's not going to be broken I don't think that you are in incredible player search, so you are now serving as a technical performance advisor for the club. That sounds really complicated I. don't really know what that means can. Can you tell me why it sounds complicated, but he's not. is not that complicated because as it says that Amar responsible for the full Boola side of the of the club and I'm a performance and technical advisor. So basically I'm working with all the Department of Football and Justice football club and tried to sue seem how things water how we could improve it if anything I can advice to the board or is to anyone to implement and different ways of working and busy as we all know, it includes him for steam. It includes the developments quotes. Players on loan..

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Rain Brings New Worries To Burned Areas In Australia

Environment: NPR

03:48 min | 11 months ago

Rain Brings New Worries To Burned Areas In Australia

"Rain in the forecast for the east coast of Australia. And that's good news for firefighters still fighting blazes near some of the country's largest cities but ran after after fires can also create problems can even be dangerous and Beers Rebecca Hersher. Has This report when I called pattern. I'm in this week. He was in Melbourne walking outside. And I could hear the wind through the phone for smokey. We are expecting thunderstorms says a lot. More Humid Nyman is a forest hydrologist. He studies is how drought and wildfires can affect drinking water supplies and while the rain in the Australian forecast is a good thing. The thunderstorms worry. Him Is this a lot of Raines. Spread out over six months. That's a good outcome if there are short. Intense bursts of rainfall made through thunderstorms. Those are the ones that are problematic. Nick problematic because thunderstorms are more likely to drop a lot of rain in a short amount of time and areas. That burned can't absorb a lot of water for a couple of reasons. I wildfire removes vegetation which means that. The rainfall hits the soil directly. Second the vile fire heats the soil which causes something called water-repellent exellency or hydrophobia city. Which means that doesn't absorb into the soil so most of the rain becomes surface runoff. That runoff can sweep the soil and ash downhill hill and into streams and lakes. If a lot of sediment gets into reservoirs. The water gets really cloudy. And it can't be sterilized which means people can't drink it right now. The biggest drinking water concerns or for the areas around Canberra and Sydney water officials of setup filters at the reservoir that provides Sydney with the majority of its water to trap sediment and intense rain after fires can also be dangerous. A prime example. I'm and says is what's happened in California in recent years John. McNeil is the assistant. Didn't fire chief for Ventura County California. An area that has a similar landscape to many of the places that are burning in Australia in two thousand thirteen. A wildfire started in the hills there. Yeah it was called. The Springs Fire Wind caused the fire to burn hot and fast removing most of the vegetation and leaving the soil. Hard and Ashi at the base of the burnt hills were about two to three hundred homes. There's a small kind of retirement. Enclave of single family dwellings below the area that burn and year after the fire. There was a rainstorm voluntary. Evacuations tonight in Camarillo for people living near the hillside burn. Last year spring fire. The rain fell on hard soil. There were no plans to hold the dirt in place. Mud and rocks came loose and sped downhill the high impact areas it just completely leveled leveled the homes there would be some walls standing and then it was just completely sheared off from the debris and pretty sizeable rocks. That were coming down. Luckily people had evacuated evacuated in time. No one was killed. The risk of debris flows is rising in parts of California and Australia because of climate change and because of housing development relevant patterns. Hotter weather is drying out plants and soil exacerbating drought in making intense wildfires. More likely people are also building homes and and wildfire prone areas and as the earth gets hotter extreme. Rain is getting more common in Australia. The forest hydrologist Petr Nyman has found that debris flows are already getting more frequent and severe in the southeastern part of the country. That's where this year's fires are burning. The rainfall over the next six six months is going to be critical if there's a storm than they might be really widespread issues across the whole east coast of Australia. All of this requires a quick period habit for emergency officials from fighting the fires to protecting homes and water supplies from the quenching rains. Rebecca Hersher N._p._R. News.

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Can Aerospace Shrug Off Trade Wars and the MAX?

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

15:10 min | 1 year ago

Can Aerospace Shrug Off Trade Wars and the MAX?

"The boeing seven three seven max fiasco has dominated headlines as aircraft grounding has affected airlines and production slowdown repsonses supply chain president trump continues to escalate a trade war with china putting u._s. Aerospace exports particularly civil aircraft at potential risk the u._s. government's budget deficit has hit a trillion dollars this year and there are words about a global economic slowdown and yet the aerospace and defense industries so far it has remained surprisingly resilient hitter discuss that are michael bruno aviation week senior business editor and in the moscow our executive editor for defense and space ace michael. Let's start with you because you just wrote an article at painted a radi bullish outlook for the centers for you want to explain yeah <hes> joe and jen good to talk about this. It's it's a very interesting picture to me. Because it seems counter intuitive. There were all of these issues that are iraqi pie in our daily brains the ones you've listed joe everything from the max to trade wars and if you just kind of did a sentiment poll you'd think everyone everyone was thinking the end of the world was near but i read about two analyst reports <hes> over the past several weeks and the analyst reports aren't just this their own musings. They're based on their own interviews with ceos and others from across the industry and it's pretty unanimous. Everybody's still expects growth for this year and next year and his mind boggling that is they've got some really good reason to buy jenn. It's it's hard to argue that the trump administration has not been good for defense spending. What's the environment like now. There's been a budget agreement that takes us to the election in two thousand twenty or are we out of the woods all-clear well. We're better than we might have been a few months ago but we're. I don't think we're out of the woods yet. The there's still a poisonous atmosphere. That's very pervasive in washington. What we have right now is an agreement over the the amount of money that the federal government can spend in twenty twenty an in twenty twenty one. That's a big milestone because it gets us past. Ask the twenty eleven budget control act caps it kind of somewhat settles that issue but still we don't have have any appropriations bills that have been passed yet into law so until that happens. There's always the dark potential attention cloud of a government shutdown of a continuing resolution of more fights to come but in the meantime time until any of those doomsday scenarios actually emerged defense is one of the leading reasons why people are expecting growth for not just this year it next year the budget agreement what it's done is it's provided certainty in what the business sector wants more than anything else is certainty the direction of where business going then they can plan and they can make their investments and changes and cuts or whatever they need to do in order to keep rewarding shareholders percents fake holders and the budget agreement provides the certainty not just for two years. It's a two year budget agreement yes but federal outlays which is the money that actually <unk> gets written by the treasury department that goes to contractors and other people federal outlays tend to lag budget authority by in two years so if you've got a budget agreement that sees you through fiscal twenty twenty one that means you pretty much with the federal outlays are going to be going all the way through twenty twenty three four years from now and i mean you think we're going to have a presidential election. You very well could have a u._s. Recession as well as a world recession recession between now and then and yet the defense sector has got really good clarity into what looks like italy's a modicum of growth over the next two to four years pointing out lawmakers have have agreed on how much money to spend basically. They said we'll just borrow it. All grandkids is pay for it someday but they haven't agreed exactly how to spend it right. I mean the president's already shifted some money from defense to pay for the wall aw that he wants to build a mexico so are are the do you see any potential fights brewing or even none of the government shutdown over how to spend all this money yes i do. That's the short answer. I need. You mentioned the border wall. There is an lingering disagreement with with the trump administration's tactics and making that happen <hes> their their propensity to what is called called reprogram money or transferred between accounts without consulting with congress. Were asking for congress after they've decided to do something lawmakers. I really don't like that so at the same time there's pressure for politicians to come to an agreement because we are getting into an election year so so there is some pressure for them to make a deal to make this so it can go either way and then looking to next year a lot does depend on the <music> outcome of the election and that is really a wild card we don't know but the presidency may be in play the control of the senate and house a lot of that will determine the future puts and takes underneath that top line which programs get funded in which don't although you know within the defense budget you can pretty much say that there will be support for certain areas like hypersonic hypersonic missile defense those kinds of programs. I'd say probably have a strong cancer getting funded regardless of the changing political winds. There's one big dad. Jensen jen and i are both a former congressional reporter recovering congressional reporters and there's an old saying tale about how nothing's agreed to until everything it is agreed to so whether it's a wall or some other unrelated topic something could emerge that pops up and holds up defense in at the end and everybody in washington knows that's a reality. It's a fact of life that won't change. Speaking of something. Emerging blew the commercial side the industry large large jets commercial jets has not seen a downturn since two thousand three. It's even led some people to predict. The industry is now recession proof <hes> what what could come out of the blue that could sort of handicap commercial aerospace or even send a new downturn. Oh wow well. How much time do we have on his podcast. Because the you know the the mind wanders with possibilities and the thing about you know we could list several roll things and one of them is the trade war goes south overnight between china and the u._s. I think that's on the top list arrive on most people's tops of their lists and the reason is is because the chinese market represents about a quarter of the commercial aircraft craft backlog at the two major o._e._m. Owing an airbus and if suddenly that is used as a weapon in an economic war that you don't just replace a quarter in fact there's no one else you gotta start finding martians or somebody on another planet. Who's going to buy some of these aircraft because there's nobody else in the world. Who's who's going to step in and buy the equivalent of what china is expected to buy and so that's a big one. You've got other things however there used to me this rule before we got into this endless cycle that you referred to you know this greatest expansion since two thousand three the old rule in commercial aircraft or craft used to be g._d._p. Was a precursor to air traffic to air passenger traffic volume and when g._d._p. He's fell around the world. You would see within about six to eighteen months lag in air passenger traffic and air passenger traffic is what what would drive orders and so there was a natural succession and if one started falling it was just a matter of time until the next point. A lot of people say things are different now. Look for for all kinds of reasons. They look at other indicators beyond just national g._d._p. Around the world but we haven't tested this yet <hes> <hes> it remains to be seen whether we get another recession whether smaller great whether that's actually true and then there's all kinds of small things that could pop up you could see a major cyber security flaw emerge overnight that could perhaps down the supply chain. Maybe not take it down and whole all but if everybody's getting more and more digital in their operations and suddenly you find there's a flaw. You're not just going to develop new plants overnight and bring in thousands of workers who are going to make things the old fashioned way without computers. That just isn't going to happen so i mean there's all kinds of scenarios that could doom things but i'd say at at the end of the day people are worried about china yeah yeah when you talk about things coming out of the blue i mean the the max grounding certainly came on the bill what he saw that the the only thing that's limited is not that many max have been delivered yet right right and had this happened in three years airlines like southwest might all of a sudden have to avid aircraft it could be disastrous for the industry also it's a max remains a hit. It remains a bit of a theory and hear me out for a moment. It's it's a bit of a theory based on an unproven assumption and what i mean by that is the max is all about meeting the growth in air passenger traffic. That's that's expected over the next several years that is based on middle classes continuing to grow well that theory about middle classes growing and continuing to use discretionary spending to buy commercial airline tickets to travel around the world has yet to be tested by. I am major recession so we are thinking that maxwell continue to go on next year and the year after that boeing and airbus are going to sell major numbers of venero bodies and even a few wi- bodies and everybody's still gonna make a lot of money in the end but this is all the first time any of this has been tested jeb. We're gonna wake you up. Stop talking a model. It's commercials what about defense and you talked about. It depends on the election but hasn't defense spending it also always been driven by the threat yes and no i mean it is driven by the threat but what we've seen really since two thousand thousand one since the nine one one terrorist attacks is is generally record high levels of defense spending so even when you had a downturn in the the obama years and they reigned in defense spending a little bit it wasn't <hes> wasn't pure downturn and so so that's been kinda turned on its head mainly because the threat level has been high regardless of where you go in the world if you're fighting terrorism in the middle east now now you know the national defense strategy is more geared toward near peer competitors like china and russia so <hes> so yes that is true but in a in an era where there are threats everywhere you have to be able to adjust the budget otherwise <hes> someday hey you deficits and debt might catch up with you as a nation okay. It is is pretty scary world out there. I mean your team writes. All the time about china's and russia's carr's efforts in hyper sonics about the vulnerability do a space pearl harbor u._s. Space assets are attacked wiped out a lot of a lot of meat certainly defense a lot of neat yeah i. I think there's one other thing and that's interesting about this gentleman. It could be worth explaining for a moment about how despite despite whatever growth the defense budget is gonna have they still clamor for more and they say they need it because they've got growth needs that petr beyond just inflationary adjustments so they need what three percent a year over inflation just to stay to maintain their operations as they are so one reason. They're always screaming as they're never getting real growth. They're only getting inflationary growth so that's right i. I still think we're on course for a reckoning. I mean if you look at the national debt. It's it's a short matter of time before. We're spending more money on interest interest on the national debt than we are in defense. If interest rates tick up. That's a huge problem. Too is in your spending a lot more so you're either going to raise taxes which congress hasn't done in years or or you've got to find the money somewhere and if you have a u._s. Recession you wound up. You wind up in almost every the u._s. Recession having the government increased benefits to the population to support them through the recession and so that's more money going out the door yet another pressure on the budget the trade war with china are they gonna help out there. You go so michael with you or the question. Things are feeling. I'm pretty good right now. But is it nineteen twenty eight for this industry rian nine hundred twenty eight where everything was roaring before the stock market collapsed in the great depression. Ah yeah you know if i can answer that question. I wouldn't be here. I'd be on wall street playing some big numbers and making even bigger numbers <hes> and that's the problem. Is you know not too fancy too much philosophy talk here but there's there's always been this this known unknown. We know that the good times can't go on forever and you know that things happen and changes come and can the question is when does it happen and nobody right. Now says they really think they see it happening in the next six to eighteen months but just about all of these same people say kind of happen so now the now the best guesses are sometime in the early twenty twenty s. You're going to see a real significant hip dip in commercial aircraft orders and you may even see a rise in the cancellation of commercial aircraft orders so that that would be the testing ground but for the next eighteen months things are looking at were end on that positive upbeat prediction hold you to it. Michael comeback fared in a few

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"petr" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"petr" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Chain hotel, or better bed and breakfast, breakfast. I like a good shitty motel. I know it's the weirdest thing. It just makes the road personal contradictory because like you have to be in first class from flying within you on a shitty motel, whether it's just the experience bugs. Yeah. Sure. Oh boy. Playlist, audiobook, or podcast podcast drive by yourself or with a full say. Say audio books are pretty solid into audio books are really super into that. Keep going playlists outwitting Esa drive by yourself or with a full car of people full color, full car up, you. That's what we're different. I would like to silence. And nobody. Introvert. Extrovert. Let's go to snack on a road trip cheeses, biggest our have is also made it that just went insane Cheez its or goldfish. People are sold about this split down the middle people went off cheese it. I liked the flavor. Petr Cheez its are disgusting. I'm sorry. And that's going to I'm going to get some backlash for that. You're taking goldfish over cheese. It's with the thing you want nothing to do with cheese. It's wait are goldfish. Made with cheese. Stupid, this conversation is that cheese it in shape. Event or goldfish golden goldfish. Yeah. Of course. I know orange colored the takes cheese crackers, but what kind of cheese are they? I don't know cheese. It's weird me out. I don't know first rainbow sprinkles now cheese. It's I'm really to question things. I'm trying to think of my favorite snag gonna vote trips gushers. I really like a good trail mix through by the foot. What are you twelve oaks, crispy treats? On now. I won't. We're in such a good mood. I can't wait to tell everybody why. Right now. I don't even know how to contain myself we're going to play one game. And then we'll get our story. K license plate game. Do you play games on road trips of the game guy? Okay. Guy too. But tell me about the games. Okay. Well this one I play on the road is the alphabet game..

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"petr" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"petr" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Therapist to me that is healthy were you love yourself and respect yourself enough to know hey this really sucks i don't like what's going on in my life i need help that's that is the definitional 'cause i don't believe and maybe i'm jaded i don't believe that people there's people that don't have problems i everybody just where humans right to me that's a red flag someone's hiding something interesting now the person who is the manipulated one the person who gets manipulated by this narcissists to this this gas lighter are they weak generally they are weak to understand a of petr does understand they just don't happen because of their personality these people just like the narcissist they come from families that created this psychopathology the this mental health problem so they are by nature afraid of being alone they are terrified of loneliness they have so much shame and and they're conscious of it and so when they they need someone to feel good about themselves so when they fall in love with the beautiful charming seductive narcissist or the bolts funny be man or woman right absolutely i was gonna say man they feel like they hit the jackpot they had and they don't see a narcissist like oh i'm a poor pathetic codependent i'll take the narcissists so they think of that handsome edgy bold charismatic man or woman and they think oh my god i've met my soulmate conversely the pathological narcissists find someone that they can talk about their problems all night they can go on a date and talk for an hour and half straight not be interrupted talk about their three failed marriages why they.

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"petr" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"petr" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Play got it mommy with four give was getting on telly tell me cookies of thank you come on petr that's that's fucking wit that's facts two yes i that work this is thank once i was in what's up can't stop when you was spend i thank i was in but i can't stop thinking has when you was seven back again warning to fifty this though this finished with speaking with the veteran ability to really it's finishes depleting the typically protecting more than.

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"petr" Discussed on Behind the Markets Podcast

Behind the Markets Podcast

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"petr" Discussed on Behind the Markets Podcast

"Follow up you're you're talking about the different business models out there with paying fraud or flow and the different conflicts interest and word may or may not go and i know of one firm in particular interactive brokers and thomas petr fee they're big proponents of hey this payment order flows stuff is opaque crazy like why can't we just focus on price improvement in it making more clear to the consumer you know doing an arm that like the transparent clean way what is your opinion on the cost benefits of that approach and we're that look i might go yeah i think it's a it's an interesting question and no doubt i think i think all of the large market making firms would would would welcome discussions around increase transparency in terms of how orders are executed and where payments payments go you know the the sec has talked about it recently in in the context of applying the six zero five six six rules to institutional executions so yeah i think there's certainly room for improvement in terms of how things are disclosed and do you if you wanna ban payment for order flow what does that mean does that mean everything has to be in price improvement honestly i think some of the traditional wholesale market makers would not have a problem with that i don't i think you know some of the retail brokers would not have a problem with that a lot of retail brokerage firms have stopped accepting payment for order flow so you could see that being something that that could could could.

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The Powerful Bite of the Dunkleosteus

Aaron's World

05:23 min | 2 years ago

The Powerful Bite of the Dunkleosteus

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"petr" Discussed on WHCP Community Radio 101.5 FM

WHCP Community Radio 101.5 FM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"petr" Discussed on WHCP Community Radio 101.5 FM

"Petr we've cut you with a paint brush a pen or a look greenwich your act of creative inspiration is helping remake the world that's the claim of neuroscientist david eagle men and rice university composer anthony brandt their book the runaway species now they told us what creativity is an active bending breaking or blending to make something new and that it encompasses such activities as artistic creativity and scientific innovation now we find out what's going on in the brain when you're fling paint on canvas are built a rocket ship and why acttivities like these and others are worth it from an evolutionary perspective why do they have survival value tony we'd like to talk about what's going on in your brain when you're composing music so uh is it okay if we part of a composition and and talk to you about your creative process and then we'll as david what might be going on in years synapses and neurons or whatever instrumentation you may have inside your cranking him for sure that thuds great we're going to play the beginning of nanno symphony and i tony i wonder if you could tell us what to listen for will play about thirty seconds of it yourself sure so this was a commission from the nanno since institute at rice which was celebrating the twentieth anniversary of richard smalley winning the nobel prize for the discovery of the bucky ball and uh i was asked to write a piece of music to commemorated and i had this idea that i would take a full evening of symphonic music something you might go to hear your local orchestra playing and i would compress it down into under seven minutes and so the nano's symphony consists.

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"petr" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"petr" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Petr if you plan on being good and four years yellow pages someone you can use and four years like and and that they got decent prospects for yelavich still it's still disconcerting that that contract would also be something that would be gone but why would yell at want to be here right well he said he didn't want to be here i just you know what if you're going to do what you've already done just break it all down the edges trade every want to get as many prospects as i understand what i'm saying yes always there says the good contract to cheap contract this guy will be good for you four years from now well yeah lake that's that that's kind of like the defeatist attitude that everyone has a god if you're gonna get rid of someone get rid of everyone it's like but why like he could be valuable you could still build around him and he'll still be cheapen for years like if he's going pow whatever like deal with its suck it up he'll be an allstar every year 'cause this team can be terrible you don't need to burn every went to the ground at the same time one of the things that's weird about this one of the many things that's weird about it because you could go a different way you could strip it down they have so badly alienated they're good contracts like real mutolo and bore and yell h uh that those guys i mean why would they wanna work here like because when you've just alienated them you're not consulting with them on what you're doing your just come in in your sweeping a brush and your sweeping everything out and it doesn't matter of yellow chas valiant it doesn't matter if this isn't the best time to trade stent you just sweeping out and then to turn around and then ask for trust it's a it's a hard ask.

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"petr" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"petr" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Petr it's like you're holding the seahawks helmet ahead of undersea hall yeah you're i've taken over their table yeah and there are a couple whose a good idea though would you get the puck we have against all odds this wednesday the parley kd was on fire near the garang touchdown pats win tough tough tough to play when euro as i learn in high school tough to score when you're on the sidelines what is parlay could feel baccush should awareness safety audit lasko that is excited about there's too much his brother brother bri like strained as knack or something and azs like put them in a 10year because he's younger brother brive but i senior next week let's say we should do eu member went out like embassy they would switch the characters would switch and the shows so yeah yeah we see the mandy do superbowl props on mine brent and then mean you in the fact that will do the dare version on this one how will he added that we lack of an er went on friends had the double daily laverne insure allude come on happy day what i have two shows i like you know we always talk about how we don't like tv anymore the jennifer sachy shows really gave i get amid on that i like the resited i haven't i don't know anything about this it was their show that came on right after foxo i read editor at relative ya they're promoting a in the tv was just kind of i and i was like walked round and rail on the first seen was good and i was like oh what is this and just watch it actually really liked wow yeah on the horizon.

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"petr" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"petr" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Petr it's like you're holding the seahawks helmet ahead of undersea hall yeah you're i've taken over their table yeah and there are a couple whose a good idea though would you get the puck we have against all odds this wednesday the parley kd was on fire near the garang touchdown pats win tough tough tough to play when euro as i learn in high school tough to score when you're on the sidelines what is parlay could feel baccush should awareness safety audit lasko that is excited about there's too much his brother brother bri like strained as knack or something and azs like put them in a 10year because he's younger brother brive but i senior next week let's say we should do eu member went out like embassy they would switch the characters would switch and the shows so yeah yeah we see the mandy do superbowl props on mine brent and then mean you in the fact that will do the dare version on this one how will he added that we lack of an er went on friends had the double daily laverne insure allude come on happy day what i have two shows i like you know we always talk about how we don't like tv anymore the jennifer sachy shows really gave i get amid on that i like the resited i haven't i don't know anything about this it was their show that came on right after foxo i read editor at relative ya they're promoting a in the tv was just kind of i and i was like walked round and rail on the first seen was good and i was like oh what is this and just watch it actually really liked wow yeah on the horizon.

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"petr" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"petr" Discussed on WRVA

"To go someplace i won't once i leave here very much going home i got no supplies to stop i'm good we stocked up on groceries before i even knew the snow is coming so there is that number again go to eleven forty wnbacom there are links up there so you can find lists of what is going to be close what has been closed uh things are changing were trying to keep up with them like we said earlier the children's museum had planned on being open that has changed a right now the vc you commencement is going on they'll be getting out of there about the snow should be hitting if it hits at all but it just petr to be prepared than not that's all i'm saying in ah if you can if you want to tell me what's going on if it started snowing in your neighborhood our you're part of the state like right here the west end of richmond are we can side of the westander the near west dan i'm figuring that out i believe were the west then okay uh i haven't seen anything septic a misty rain which we'll freeze my biggest concern right now is the heavy snow laden trees getting ice on them because that's when we start to lose power and we'll talk about what to do when you lose power we're going to talk about some alternative forms a heat and i'll tell you about a little project i had to work on this week and caused a day mccann that i had to get some help you know i when i was mats age i was i was throng leg bull a things change and there's nothing wrong with asking for some help i've known more people more contractors that have ended up injuring themselves from two different phrases one well it's gotta get done worst thing i've ever heard my entire life to i'll be okay those are the two phrases that have heard more people get hurt permanently than anything else i'll tell you about it on the.

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"petr" Discussed on CodePen Radio

CodePen Radio

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"petr" Discussed on CodePen Radio

"Uh like i was working on some concept for like on board emails that we're going to be working on and i wanted to like i just wanna write him you know i'm like in a sometimes the mood strike on any to write some some copy and i was like okay on on the third day they're going to get this email on the fifth day they're going to get this email so i i made in notion i made a little button that would allow me to like create the framework for a new email sowed make a sub petr and it would make a line that was coloured and blue and it would make a quote that was the body of the email and stuff and i was like okay this is basically a little template some wanna make a button that makes that template and then i can just click the button it gives me all that style nice of any to do that that's cool let's see what are they call it the i forget i'm sure he can fire yeah totally in there yeah it's just one of the things you can build this is one of those apps where it's like it's so easy to get started with it that sometimes you miss the the find details and and yeah that's what am i had no idea that's red towed penton beds work in there you figured that was cool it works with the oh embed so like they're the ones the same type that go on medium and stuff like that so you can put went in there and just get your pendant that right in there read a template button this was look for that pretty nice the graveyard what are we have yet oh well i was talking about that a little earlier just the the ideas that that just didn't make it from trillo two notion were were you know the yeah it's okay to delete yet what's a that's yeah that's the thing i mean you you have to take every suggestion with respect but you don't have to actually do every suggestion that your members have for your app you know it's i mean it's literally impossible to do that but you know it's definitely worth it to listen but it's also definitely worth it in the future to say yet this isn't a good fit or this would have been a bad idea if we didn't so.

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"petr" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"petr" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"A mask do we asked that well that makes sense how would it we're in a mask if test up like trump or something yeah or halloween all right that's it thank you humane wonderful dnc research and hello to your friend i now read big fan of the show in a free and free oh grove any it's very rude not to pronounce the proper name of the country cutter especially after you you were told how a tech renounce yeah i how bad that made hong kong petr nedved roles backs are now five whoah hold yes hotter i've see i saw it on the news yeah i don't believe that you are fake news the people that he'll find like someone real saying how about a few fundamental eastern guy oh hey here i am no oh my god immigrants to this country in you but you never knew what cutter were middle eastern dairy rey if you want to ask you middle eastern guy i'll tell you as pronounced qatar i wanna talk to a middle eastern guy with an accident on other things here's a guy who always screens who cares why are you correcting people leave people alone are you wonder why said it for this is no what are you don't look trotter is now deserves it's true it's confusing but still he's got the right her britain is great but i love who minaj your mom all right thanks dr night that you taking her to bali with the israeli law the sun does for christmas i told you guys a story about how in my house rubber maladies called the mall moon and someone wrote in and said there such a thing as a mall it is not a rubber mallett so she did get that wrong but a mole is close to that big arch yeah no it's an act of sorts that's the mall it's like a acts with a hammer on ones that is kind of malady yeah maybe she knew someone who called it a mall and now but it's that's what it's called in my house now but kamal clue and i always defer a monk clooney a chorus more namedropping i can't get out from under the avalanche what's that doubleheaded acts you know they see like a or carrying or something or i thought that was the mall like.

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"petr" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"petr" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"More of a unifying thing of oh you don't like petr like no no no you tell him what or did to you like i really don't like painter and i feel like the that is often i think especially like in workplace environments and certainly amongst friends and then definitely on survivor where people could sort of unite over a common myths trust or dislike or rivalry with a particular person i think that that soften the root of like these smaller tribal bonds yeah i mean the common enemy is very powerful and i think that's something that can operate in survivor sometimes it happens in a more it's it's kind of naturalistic organic way and i you think a lot of players will use that instrumentally particularly because the common enemy also is somebody that you can vote out and once i think a tribe comes together boat somebody out the people who voted together leave feeling stronger as a group because they had that common enemy experience an poor painter everybody was so mean to him when they just decided that he was the root of all evil after the merge there's no villain and monopoly so you know and i always like patterns a description of that get off my case every buddy i just bought board divisions line kinda interesting thing i wanted to touch on before we move away from this idea groups but up there was this theory that was proposed in the 1980s called terror management theory and the idea behind this is based at it's up behind it is that we are all terrified of our own were tally and we have to take these measures to defend our fragile psyches for fear of death and in these different ways and um you know some of the ways that we do that are by you know having a sense that were part of something greater and as a consequence we identify more strongly with groups so whenever you make somebody think about their mortality they're going to affiliate more strongly with the groups that they belong to and you know i just thought that you know on survivor these group identities might be really really critical because they're literally in a survival.

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"petr" Discussed on AMP 97.1 FM

AMP 97.1 FM

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"petr" Discussed on AMP 97.1 FM

"Yeah this is bob burner we will for his one dr michael com jeff decide what i know petr mrazek got god thomas guzman a when we pull up all again at the truth i'm i'm on and the gun strength tyler moments is that the semi what why yep okay so at the initial now like the person you make a belt when those this year gucci built on tuesday she wa does oh table no we do cable gaydos on the drop you want to go on again at the truth no i'm no i'm no on an a gun linnea parliament's is that the image what nope nope look i what you look at the best yet the elegant was and then if no maimi catch bad as an ever banning all my drawn as i turning roma as as she daley clan and winning covered by the present as manner winner as the truth i'm no i'm no an and the gun hmm rather moments dear john exam a judge much nope yeah another one done i don't know laura dern don't you god you don't you don't.

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"petr" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"petr" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"If we disappointed and they're like robert rick week and then you die fram in the muscles in your chest contract really quickly and the air leaves that knows and mouth really quickly if you have sneeze pattern there's a random sure i follow petr almost always season threes yeah this year's three yes but i mean it depends like i seriously will sneeze eight or nine tie rights drew drink in a puppy beard right yeah most always three and when it's not it's it stands out to me is being unique for incomplete so yes sometimes or sometimes all sneeze later and thank right now yeah this the third there it is which is silly flicks celebrity deaths i wonder about a mental look that up the one if there's any science to that sneeze in patterns sure there's or science everything mr science the magic so you can put office news he probably done that before that tinkering sensation just goes away those are to me but incomplete things because he felt like alright feel like you know so close i clearly needed to sneeze but you didn't if your body doesn't mean isn't it it that word itself off yeah and and so that the the point of all the sneeze him talk is that part of mastering the human block head start is reducing your sneeze reflex and apparently it can be done despite exposing yourself yeah to sneeze reflex over and over and over again see.

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"petr" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"petr" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And again doing the part of a job for a hard for her all clear and it's just incredible yes well and you can just really active on facebook and instagram too right yeah so we just the crest of fifteen our yesterday on facebook hands all forty four thousand followers on instagram we started instagram a lot way before kerber fit well but that everybody's been very supportive is that is i get a lot of but comment you try required everybody in phillip community around play for and shall ten on finished second and stick around facebook and instagram is that airport paid okay in in the new role line and you can check us out on our website airport in nine dot org she just you know so let's shy and you have to do that or just you have that time that the airport at down no that's it with that old dog person a role petr business here are in town or as we help to sell did a lot of the pro bowl goal after getting weaker under too a lot of great equal it it really helped and i along the way for a little or reduced toss that i otherwise wouldn't didn't reported initially concurred fortunate in that regard do great graphic environment behind our are website right we're very thankful for for her or heard is gonna she's just like so you know we want you wish making were were happy with that were happy people when it yes chilling and just for the left side just one more time for our listeners sure it another wwe airport canaan or yup everything out but i for that you want to hear in on a regular it's just i'm sure our listeners what not to check out so you told us about the most fun part of your job and you talk a little bit about this about the stressful fame but tell us what's the most stressful tired.

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