21 Burst results for "Petrous"
"petrous" Discussed on Hawkeye Report Podcast
"It's impressive that regaining scored on that play at the same time very important because i had been inside the ten several times and come away with field goals and they did they need. They need six and you look at that play. He didn't hit him in stride him standing still but it wasn't like he hit him in stride and so regain you what ice to watch it on tv. I'm just impressed. That he turned up. Field ran away from that defender. That's coming at full speed to get to the pylon. That's that's a huge. If he doesn't get in not saying iowa doesn't score but struggled inside the ten so you don't know what happens good on him to get in before the play. Ray coleman from k. wwl up in waterloo. The cedar rapids area was standing next to me. And we kinda. And i think the start was really bad for spence. Obviously the interception came off of a Receivers hand star one nine nine and the reception was off so many times. But i wasn't very good but still they weren't up until that point the groaning was still out and and rick turned to me and we can look to each other. We said you know if you're gonna make a play. Now's the time to make a play. I'm denouncing vega throw so When it mattered the most in the biggest situation spencer petrous made a fantastic play. Made a big throw in yet tom. That's dow down. Like i think i put on social media besides brett greenwood. Walking those players out can stadium. That'll be a memory. That i think most players will be to number two on my book of covering football when it comes to moments and then probably number. Three is the nonsense that happened afterwards. How'd you survive that. Did you down there. Were you smart enough to stay that f. out of there no i was down in the middle of it and It was it was heroin. Because i've been down there for those before and it's just a challenge to to get down to the locker room then after that. We'll get into some of that in the recruiting section. Can we talk about recruiting. Because i saw some things that were very positive for the hawkeyes. Let's just say that. Let me let me quickly tell you about my experience real fast. Because i'm running out from the penn state side like twenty five and as i'm running out. I'm thinking that the students are going to be coming at me. So i can kind of play it.
"petrous" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight
"Hi and welcome back to the northern kentucky spotlight podcast. I'm here with derek. Petrous coverage assistant athletic director of development. Or ince you welcome welcome. Thank you so much. I'm so excited to talk with y'all right well we're excited to have you and let's talk basketball season is vastly approaching us. Yes we have our our men's teams and women's teams or practicing right now so it's exciting. We know kentucky is basketball country and we're excited to say that November ninth is when our women's team opens up against A mac opponent in kent state and then november tenth. We are men's team opens up with a With a home matchup as well awesome awesome. And so how can we get tickets to see in k. you. I know it's always an exciting cease. Yes so for all of our nor norse loyal fans of who've had season tickets before were excited to say. We will have fans in the stadium this year. so low bit different than last year. Everybody real and through that We're excited to say we're welcoming the community back season ticket. Renewals have gone out to our season ticket. Purchasers previously so Those should have hit mailboxes last week. we're seeing a great renewal rate so far little over forty percent. I wanna say after the first two weeks so we're excited about that. That means our fans are excited to get back here and then also. That deadline is coming up on. October eighteenth So once that deadline hits that's when we're going to open up the good seats that may be available to the general public for anyone that may be interested in purchasing season tickets and then also individual game tickets will go on sale during that point as well k. Is so that seems pretty easy as there are weightless you need to get on to be notified that everything opens up or just people should mark their own calendars. Yes so. pay attention to our website as always in k. You norse dot com. You can check out our calendar there. in our ticketing online portals there but also included with this. Podcast will be contact information for myself with the go north on and then also mickey ford who runs our ticket office within k. You athletics so those are two great ways to get involved. I will say there is a wait list. All of our courtside seats are filled. So it's really exciting to say that but there is a weightless. If you are interested in courtside seats you could reach out to me directly And then we can discuss. The possibilities are let has great. That's a great opportunity for people that want to get really close to the action. People are very into that You don't want to necessarily be in the nosebleeds. Absolutely it's it's fun just a to be right there with the thrill of it all and again now that we're open up the stadium after a good year year and a half it'll be great to have fans there other will be masked mandate that is required inside the building So we're trying to provide the funnest and healthiest and safe the safest environment for all of our fans so be prepared to wear a mask inside But other than that we once you cheer we want you loud and we want you there to support our nor student athletes brain of course and so as Assistant athletic director of development. You also work with the go north son. He's a little bit about that absolutely so the go. North fund is the fundraising arm of in k. You athletics So our main mission is to provide an elevated experience for all of our student athletes in u. athletics Supports over two hundred student athletes competing and seventeen division one sports from women's soccer. Men's soccer to your ten is's to your golfs All throughout the year so It's great to be able to have an influence on a young person's life through the go north fund but also have fun with your philanthropy We're all trying to build a community of philanthropy a you athletics in a fun social community. It's it's a great group of people to get involved with If you love sports if you love the northern kentucky region but also have fun with your philanthropy and make a cause with your dollars make a difference with your dollars of course and that is awesome so i have one last question for you before we sign off together our basketball teams that making it to the ncaa tournaments this year. I don't live in a world of promise but promises. But i'm very confident with the teams that that cameron and darren had put together To put out on the court. And we're really excited. We have a great bunch of local talent We're always making sure that that we represent the region very well with our student athlete population. So keep an eye out for some of those kentucky kids that are playing on the court forests. Not only on the court but in all of our other different sports as well that you can support. We have volleyball on right now. We have soccer going on so we're excited about all of our teams potentially make in the ncaa tournament but we're extra hopeful with both are men's and women's basketball teams as well right exactly and we are so excited to see the season. Kick off derek. Thank you so much for joining us today and we cannot wait to see what in k. You don snacks. Everybody else for the podcast. Stick with us and we will sign up with you here shortly. Thank you hi. I'm shannon schumacher account executive kentucky market leader at iran. We champion bode innovation to help. Employers and individuals thrive as an industry thought leader. 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No. 5 Iowa rallies to defeat Colorado State 24-14
"Spencer Petras threw for two hundred twenty four yards and two touchdowns as fifth ranked Iowa came back from a fourteen seven halftime deficit to beat Colorado state twenty four fourteen the Hawkeyes scored touchdowns on back to back possessions it took a combined four plays in the third quarter linebacker Jack Campbell recovered a fumble at the Colorado state six to set up a game tying touchdown run by wide receiver Tyrone Tracy junior petrous tossed a twenty seven yard TD pass to tight end Sam reporter on the next possession giving the Hawkeyes at twenty one fourteen lead I'm the ferry
"petrous" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Got movie magic america. I love you. I do i do is true. You know he meant when we were seventeen right a minute. Why we may vogue young hollywood shows. Is that your mom. My mom is always living. my mom. Who were people calling about. These aren't necessarily all who's that people were calling about. The calls were hundred out chamber. Let's and kim petras. Hey who weekly Who is ten. Petra clean up. The horse is hedge. Pantley input seen by tape. Bobby Please tell me who is person in the horse. Trust thing is but then that gala highlands. Bobby i just can you please tell me who Was wearing the horse or stress at the mat gala. because what and also why. Me angry pie Sorry dot high was super aggressive. But who is tim petrous. And why is she dressed like this at all these events. Okay bye crunch crunch. Kim petras got a lot of who is competitor's we done that before congress has been around for a long time but i guess she's never been in an event this high profile but it shows that she had a moment imagine it means that people liked what she wore and it and bought. It was fun and you had a real with the theme. I did too. It's just like was very confusing. It was more a category versus a theme. Like american designers is not necessarily anesthetic. Although a lot of people did wear cowboy stuff because that's how they took it. It was also political in the lamest into the word where it was it was. It was the like well. We have to seem like we're relevant and that we hang attention to society so America and they didn't realize that like that's tough like our friend lawler was saying it's like when i was complaining about the lack of american designers because the first person he interviews as an winter anna's like american designers american designers. There's such a like a diverse wealth of talent in america. And i wanted to shine a light on them and it's like okay that's cool. I love that that's commendable idea. That's very true. Yeah you tend to focus on the white ones. You're trying to change that and it's like okay. Why is everyone wearing for saatchi and chanel. Right as la pointed out a lot of these celebrities have contracts if not contracts just good relationships with non american designers but dead like kristen. Stewart shouldn't come to the med gala. If she can only wear chanel and the year is american designers. Like i don't know right so it's like i understand all of those dynamics but i'm also i feel like i'm still allowed to be annoyed. At how shitty the theme and then you have people showing up and it's like what's very american thing cowboys. So you have people dressed as cowboys. Which school which is why everybody was like okay. J. lo wearing a cowboy hat and like a lot of leather like okay but but she was really digging into the theater or rent a lot of time around writing. You know emmy well lewis. Hamilton shows up. And he's like. I'm buying a whole table. I'm going to showcase black american designers and then you have like brooklyn beckham show up and he's like i'm inverse archie. And it's like come on. I'm in a suit by raji i liked. I liked jeremy. L. harasses elliott tribute. He was wearing tom. Yes there was a lot of ralph laura. Yeah like there were like moments that were like odes to something that felt like cool at classic american style right. You had kim petras in as a horse. Which i thought was great. She was at the vm as doing fashion yesterday too so she was like. Oh of course up to the mike mentioned. Who can petrous is so if you in case you don't know who can petrous is she is a pop star. Who can says like. I don't know how to write. She's a german pop star. She's on the carly. Rae jepsen tier of pop. Music choice is in her realm. I would say charley right. She works with dr luke which is kind of the only question that people really have about her when they're like Seems not great but she makes great pop music and does a great show and she had. The pipes are kind of yeah. She's like she's the answer to what happened. A pop music on is like i happen to hulo. Yeah she's also trans also german. She also learned english by watching friends. She's got like a lot of interesting stuff at penn petrous and it's not surprising that like she got a lot of attention at her. I met gao because she is extremely cool and also like she was on theme. She was wearing a horse she was. She was fucking. I was so happy. Did it where the horse had over her head. I was worried when you said she's a horse. Because i got out of the gym. And i saw techs kim petrous horse and i said fuck. Did she not put the horse thing on her face. Please tell me she didn't cover her face. 'cause i love when they cover up their faces. You know i'm like all right but it was not. It was coming out of her midsection. Which i loved people also called about emma chamberlain. Who is lindsay's favor youtube star. But she should bummer. This he was like come on first of all. She has a deal with them. So that's why you know. Remember when she went to fascinated with them. That's her whole thing. Second of all. It's like a someone who on youtube is known for like fashion and being quirky and putting together outfits. That's part of her thing that she loves to put together an outfit boring boring boring boring glam. Not interesting looked like she was playing dress up in a way. That's like you have personal style. Want to show it. You know so. Not fun Who else people i mean. I don't know there are lots of people that people were talking about roseanne. Cll were the first ever cape op stars. Who were ever at the mcdonagh which egg will. Seals look was really cool as i could. Gene was like jeans loved anyone who wore denim a the last person for we play my game that everybody was like who is that. And it's not because they didn't know who they were or maybe they didn't but they were dressed differently. Was halley steinfeld. Who you mentioned briefly. Kaley as haley steinfeld. Who you mentioned briefly came as baby rectory wreksa..
"petrous" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Get tickets solid shit. I did a show a dynasty typewriter. Last month was like the most fun. I've ever had my entire life and everybody was there everybody so anyway episode life very soon feeling still a no no careless. I always have guessed introduce themselves june. Introduce yourself sir. My name is janata petrous nassau I go by she. Her pronouns i am offer cosmic bag lady runaway which Yeah multidisciplinary artist Yeah i'm born and living on dakota land and what is also called minneapolis and Of yeah. I'm like cell excited to justify with you today and you know i wasn't expecting to introduce myself so that's why i'm like do i know myself i'm like how do i reduce my vow so i feel like you're being beautiful. All right cool sounds like how do i introduce myself i. Yeah but you know that's good enough. I'm a mom i'm gay. Wi fi live my best life to the best of my ability. I didn't know you were a parent. That's interesting to me as it applies to one of the big things that weren't talking about today. Which is your amazing book is in the blackness between them which i read for a book club that i'm in i am in a couple of book clubs and one of them..
"petrous" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"Since then vernon in various bandmates have released three more records and won two grammys. He also became a frequent collaborator with kanye west. The new yorkers amanda petrous spoke with vernon at the new yorker festival back in twenty nineteen. Along with brad. Cook and chris messina who also worked on bony bears album. I come on so a lot of people. I think. I came to know you just kinda dude with guitar. But in recent years you've become something of a master collaborator. It seems to me that one of the central tensions of bony there is that kind of push pull between the individual and the collective. So do you think of bony veras a band. Is it a more kind of fluid enterprise. It's never been nailed down for me. You know if anything the closest i feel to a true way to describe it as it's like a little town that's growing ever forever. It did kind of start out with just me. But i'm always kind of constantly thinking about how you're never really alone. You when you when you are physically alone you got there these evita people that made you who you are and so in a way i think when i thought of that name bona avair for the when it was just playing the music i did imagine a town community so to speak and so. That's that's the closest. I get to to naming the thing so as a bony air nerd my sense of how you guys work is is that it's somewhat modular. You're kind of building a song from pieces in the studio and i'm curious. This is a question for all three of you how you know when a song is done. Yeah i definitely think there's times worse the half the room things asong might be done in the other half dozen and that could be years that goes on but i think what we ultimately figured out. It's a feeling and i think like at least for the three of us. It was a pretty simple litmus test about like where we all psyched on the song. Do we all feel like this is moving us at the car and we left texas feeling pretty confident. We still re-addressed if you little things. But i think that's all it ever it can be with. This is that. Because i think the way they justin rights include so much possibility from source material for example. You know that we just gotta like find whatever the common emotion is and then we sort of go from there and ultimately make room for the voice over that heavens. You're looking at each other in the eye and be like is good and then christie. Do we'd be like no chris. Is that true. Are you the kind of control group. I suppose not always right. This is the most respectable officer on the force. I just an incredible record. So for emma through the new record i think is one of the most masterful for album runs. I can think of and also indicative in my opinion of a really extraordinary range in terms of style tone and sound and i wonder it again. This is a question for all three of you. Do you think about genre. I mean other as listeners or as performers producers is kind of figure into your experience of music. Kind of questioning genres. Is this or even interrogating yourself. In terms of what genres you are drawn to. I've never liked the. I've never liked genres got to meet. Quincy you got to quincy jones. And maybe maybe consciously we try to screw things up a lot to to just like shake loose. Any sort of you know somebody staring at you feel like they're going to melt a laser hole through your brain or something because they're expecting you to do something but i don't think we we don't want that. Yeah yeah so. There's a song on the new record that's effectively titled shittiest day in american history and there are a few other tracks little lewd to the national condition to climate change to our president. I'm curious as songwriters and producers. Sort of how much politics. You're kind of comfortable allowing into the room. Because i think it's a balance. A lot of artists are struggling with right now. Kind of how big of a you know how much space you should give those ideas. It's so tough. It's so tough you you know got you know argument with name name dropping kind enough but got into a big argument with him about about it. You know as willing to listen to a certain point. And then i just wasn't. Because i ran out of patience and i think we all we run out of patience sooner than we'd like to think and it's amazing to me that people that i agree with mostly would be more on the left and i feel like it's you know people with with empathy but when you're looking at when you're looking at the right side or the side that i look at it and i always imagined to be evil or or something to not go there to not approach with like pure love and empathy. It's you're just you're going to be at a battle but then again. I don't really know how i don't know how to do that. I don't want to have that much patience. I don't know how to get not angry. When i'd like to be better at that personally but i mean as a musician you can sing about it and you can mode about it in feel about it. I mean being open to understanding that we aren't right. I think is probably our best. Our best bet and certainly writing songs is vulnerable. Play vulnerable place to be to start so lyrically justin. I feel like your work tends to completely resist narrative extrapolation you. You often are telling traditional stories. Or at least you're not telling them in traditional ways and and i think your language is really beautiful and it's really evocative and it's complicated and i'm curious how you write lyrics sort of what the processes you keep a notebook is it spontaneous and improvised. I mean there's certainly a lot of that. A lot of trying to improvise something into existence that will exist forever but sometimes you also got to just work you know it took it took some pretty firm hand holding of brad because there's just big giant holes or or i'd be like no i think that's it i don't know why don't even know what those words are. They are words but we need to keep it or but just to have the you know you have to put in the work and it isn't it isn't easy just started writing in a notebook again instead of my computer Just to get. If it's much less distraction so you're always here always tweaking. I guess there was a typewriter at one point..
Can A Son Lead His Mothers Business When She Sells Exclusively to Women?
"We have forty one thousand investors out there that are selling beauty. They're selling wellness and they're also selling relationship ads for products so this business actually was started in nineteen three the base in our house. I was still in high school at the time. My mom founded the company and was out there because she solar niche. This whole need about people losing connection divorce rates creep in a sixty percent nobis out there communicating. Few new people needed more information on their bodies how to keep the relationship you know fresh and fun and so we have forty one thousand pastors that are during that exact same thing across the globe that are going out there in basically being like the petrous for some us in a relationship love life how to keep creativity coming back in to your relationship so i i was. I was fortunate that that my mom asked me to come into the business in two thousand Businesses doing about a billion dollars right. It was great. We had about three hundred and fifty people. I remember my mom sitting there going okay. So you know. I'm bringing you back in to come on lurking in atlanta georgia right. I'm having a great time and worked publicly traded company. There and i remember you were to come back now. I thought when. I come back and i started selling release student hansard products. This is in two thousand this list as being true today. I'm never going to get a job eating chris. What was your last job grades is. We have no no no. I'm saying people gonna ask you. Chris what was your last job. I mean this is the funniest part is that i didn't know it was going to work out the way it did when i came in patty stuck to doing product and product development and training a mindless strategy. Growth vision. Where we going. And either we really set back and dividing the concord in taking the company every asked what is the secret and the secret was we literally moment. I got in hugh hall and went from city to city to city in in looking for people that want to own and operate their business. You know they use the word side-hustle. Today i love the fact we've been new inside. House aligns their nineteen
"petrous" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is the New Yorker radio hour okay so here is sh first turntable this is a really excellent place seventy eight as well as forty five investors there's also like a cassette player and recorder like twelve hundred square feet there's three turntables it's a bit a bit much I think in the spring or music critic Amanda petrous age went into quarantine just a couple of hours away from New York City she's isolated from other people but also for most of her vast record collection she could only carry one or two boxes of records with their and for somebody who cares as much about music is Amanda does those are pretty hard choices all right here are preferred okay and don't enjoy rescind this record as well John Coltrane more John Coltrane Moorestown culturing Leonard Cohen from when it's late at night and you've had too much wine real hackers greatest hits three in the afternoon a new property which one yeah Neil Young Chinese so I feel like if you were to ask any music fan in like right now pick pick the five things you take with you you know it to the other side and you know when you're coming back again Iraq I think it would incite a kind of panicked meltdown in most of them it's it's hard to anticipate you know what you're going to want and need and when they see you kind of start taking this weird inventory of yourself in the contents of your mind sort of what you need to get high New York City blues I have some light in our songs Porter Rico that's another hopeless records and music in Bahamas that's another folkways records additional Cajun at all a great fundraiser Mississippi John hurt so I've been listening to a lot of releases put out on a label called folkways which was founded in New York City in nineteen forty eight by mo Ashton Merion Distler and they were interested in capturing and preserving folk culture kind of in the broadest and most expansive sense of the phrase and they released some pretty ease our tax stuff poetry spoken word instructional records a lot of field recordings of people I would say I own probably about three dozen folkways releases another kind of albums that I buy whenever I see one regardless of whether I've heard anything on it before regardless of whether I recognize the artists put on the turntable and it's truly anything could come out of your speakers okay I'm gonna put on folk songs in the Catskills are you ready for her who are you must either draw it up with and I.
"petrous" Discussed on WTOP
"The west side of the C. northwestern DC southeastern Megami western Arlington northern Fairfax the city of Fairfax in the city of falls church until three thirty and for east central prince George's county until three forty five storms diminish after sunset tonight patchy fog into the sixties to lower seventy Tomar fathers day partly sunny maybe a storm in the afternoon highs mid eighties Monday and Tuesday hot steamy lower nineties with like a storm storm team four meteorologist you prince about seventy three degrees at Reagan national airport seventy seven a dollar sixty nine A. D. W. I. Marshall and one thirty this is WTOP your source for today's top news traffic and weather the D. M. V. always connected and constantly updated twenty four seven three sixty five in your car at home at work and on the go WTOP this a moment good afternoon I'm sandy Cosell and give Ellis at the editor's desk coming up Florida reports a record rise in covert nineteen cases seven out of the last ten days we'll hear from NBC news White House correspondent Jeff Bennett and his interview with Virginia's governor and what Ralph Northam told him that changes he's making in the state to help people of color the difference between legal and illegal fireworks in our area I'm John dome and WTOP news time one thirty one CBS news update there's been a big jump in coal that nineteen cases in Florida this weekend with more than four thousand reported yesterday alone the W. I. N. K. T. V.'s Taylor petrous reports that didn't keep people away from the rap concert hall and saloon in fort Myers the first one in line before the doors opened Lisa Kelly was ready for her first country concert since the start of the corona virus pandemic we're excited it's been a long three months with no concerts concert goer Gretchen Shuster came prepared so did others I brought a mass just in case CBS news medical contributor Dr David a guess as a drug once touted by president trump to fight covert nineteen.
"petrous" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"No girl when I go way back are you a check this out. Dr germ in Los Angeles and yet another talk show host is giving you a piece of his mind if a bunch of nonsense that quote race plays a part of everything in America in the photo and I resent it we've all heard that before look who's talking being a victim and gives you a feeling of comfort this is what our job security after all I didn't screw up they stopped me. I don't have a job I want the car I want the wife I want the file so I want the date I want because they screwed me. the following is been rated PC for politically correct tension this may learn so it's. Larry over here the state from south central the. great. the room so welcome to the program. because we've got to cut. triple eight nine seven one eight G. triple eight nine seven one seven two four three Larry elder really thank you dot com studio. so much to get to today. fifty one percent of young voters believe that life on earth will end in a decade I am not kidding. we'll be speaking next hour with the conservative activist who's been leading an effort to pick up trash in places like Baltimore and here in Los Angeles. Nancy Pelosi has announced a formal impeachment inquiry this is only the fourth time in history this is been done. it is because of the alleged scandal over president trump conversation with the president. Ukraine. we're gonna begin there but first I want to thank. mark Davis for sitting in for me yesterday while I was attending my brother's funeral. speaking of which I want to thank several people who. participated in the. services. looting Anthony but going here of the salvation army. a beautiful piece also the LAPD emerald society pipes and drums were there. Piper sergeant Mike rolls LAPD retired Piper detective Kathy petrous LAPD retired Piper sergeant role Saldana Hermosa beach retired. Piper senior management analyst Laurie to ball LAPD civilian. and LAPD civilian bass drummer Roberto boom boom Lopez. he's a civilian member. the names right thank you all for. coming in participating in the service. now then. apparently a critical mass of Democrats in the house has now been reached so that Nancy Pelosi felt pressured enough to open up an impeachment inquiry this week the president has admitted to asking the president to crane to take actions which would benefit him politically the action of the truck the actions of the trump presidency revealed dishonorable fact of the president's betrayal of his oath of office betrayal of our national security now the White House released what some people are calling an unredacted transcript of the phone call it is not it there there was no for far as I know there's no recording of the phone call imagine if you are a foreign leader in you're talking to the present United States and your call is being taped so they have several people listening we don't know how many people and the people take notes and so what was released is a compilation of these notes of people took. any in it the president S. the new president of Ukraine. to look into crowd to strike that's the. organization that was used by the DNC. I and the other thing the one that people are talking about is it he asked. this new president to look into the business dealings of hunter Biden. quote this is the president speaking I would like. to have the Attorney General call you or your people and I would like you to get to the bottom of it referring to situation with your crank Ukraine. as you saw yesterday the whole nonsense in it with a very poor performers by nam man named Robert Muller. in response the president says I will personally tell you that one of my systems spoke with Mr Giuliani just recently and we're hoping very much that Mr Giuliani will be able to travel to your pain and we'll meet once he comes to Ukraine I also plan to surround myself with great people and in addition to that investigation I guarantee as the president of Ukraine that all the investigation will be done openly and candidly that I can assure you. he asked him again later on to talk to Giuliani any says president does I'm going to talk with the AG bar and we'll get to the bottom of this. the Democrats are claiming that this is. a. violation of campaign finance laws because he's asking for something of value notably dirt on hunter Biden and on Joe by. they're also arguing that there is a quid pro quo meaning the president withheld aid to Ukraine released a just a few days ago. and the argument Democrats are making is that the president of Ukraine essentially was bullied into beginning our investigation into hunter Biden for fear that he would lose the money now the present you crane said this today. the company has made a bundle by nine hundred five. I think you read everything. so you read text. a yeah I'm sorry but I don't want to be called to do a great all from the reporting elections in access or view is safe no you go we had I think foods a formal food to us your Maltese bowl about many things that. I think you are right that nobody was listening yes number if. nobody push me president and seven other words no pressure. just a part time of fox says what the prep president has admitted to his crime the president admits that on a phone call with the president of Ukraine he requested that the president of Ukraine investigate his twenty twenty political rival Joe by is that a crime it is a crime for the president to solicit aid for his campaign from a foreign government so that would be it with that to which the president has admitted is in and of itself a crime yes this is the same crime for which the trump organization was investigated by Bob Muller who couldn't care bill decided not to seek an indictment because there wasn't enough evidence. so asking. the president Ukraine. to look into the business dealings of Joe Biden and of hunter Biden is a thing of value because it would benefit the president goes the argument in the campaign. I have a question. with president sincerely believes the hunter Biden engaged in crimes engage in corruption. the number one law enforcement officer in the country the present United stated he can't say to you claim which is where the company is. and the company on whose board hunter Biden sat they can't ask for information about this. possible crime. Joe digenova former US attorney had a different perspective than does the Poltava well I think judging Apollo Tano is a full and I think what he said today is foolish no it is not a crime let me underscore emphatically that nothing that the president said on that call or what we think he said on that call constitutes a crime and even if he had said not going to get the money it would not be a crime I was watching Nancy Pelosi today as she struggled to keep her dentures in her mouth giving this statement call call this and it features an official impeachment inquiry it is not the only way you can have an official impeachment inquiry is by a resolution being passed on the floor of the house calling for important in the impeachment inquiry and authorizing an investigation that has not occurred what she did today was a head fake to placate the nuts on her left now before this memo was released today we heard that the president. threatened to withhold money from the crane I've read the five page. summary of the call. no mention of aid at all at all. the president after president of another country to look into a political rival is running for election possibly get. actually I don't know what you look at that I think it's very appropriate for the president the United States suggest that she got a corruption problem and this prosecutor that was fired. he was. or maybe because he was looking looking at something close to America here and Joe Biden literally brag that he got that prosecutor fired the one who was investigating his son. this is going to redact. one bite and hurt the Democrats going to guarantee president trump get reelected twenty twenty on Larry over. bill Reilly here my new book the United States of trump how the president really sees America is a fact based account of a sitting president I see a tree on full because I've known Donald Trump for thirty years I have the unique access to him and I've written a book that may surprise you to say the least the United States of trump is history on my street hope you check it out now available at bookstores sponsored by Henry Holt I've always been blown away by people who are in trouble with the IRS and try deal with it themselves these are people who would even think about trying to fix it all plumbing other on car with a a ton of money they can't pay to the IRS I think so I got this new took up the phone I'll handle this this is insane the iris is nothing to mess with so what do you do you called rush tax resolution take the one listener who own over ninety Graham for me talking about Rush tax picked up the phone call was tax cut the iris to sell her case for a hundred dollars total even if you don't qualify for the Irish forgiveness program was tax can still protect you by the arm rest.
"petrous" Discussed on Those Are Nonsense Words
"Let me light hardens. Maybe not the best word for this is a light heart age analyze things but mostly. It's just us laughing at our own jokes. Uh what's up people of the internet. This is and this is rose and you're listening to those nonsense words. It's the show where we discussed nonsense words. Today we will be looking at writing quotes on pinterest. Oh yeah they're on petrous a <hes>. We're starting who has it was paid by dictionary dot com from the john cheever lever shiver whatever i don't know i was just the need to write comes from the need to make sense of one's sounds wife and discover. One's usefulness can't even make something this conversation four. I clearly don't right to make sense of life. Which is why. I think this is just stupid aw disagree with this. I don't think the need to write comes from the need to make sense of one's life and discover what that low. I arrest yeah yeah. I just don't think that i write to discover my usefulness in the no i don't. I don't think people need to have a usefulness at all also down. Maybe he means purpose yeah but i also don't think you need i know but but yeah i that's more common line said usefulness to make sense of one's life. I don't think people i think people right to escape. Their lives lives more often than to make sense of their own lives. I think people have a lot of different reasons for in. We shouldn't just generalize all of them. Agree cool cool so whatever.
"petrous" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Los Angeles residents so millions in the Midwest from Oklahoma and Iowa all the way to the northeast and during extreme heat this weekend it's still going on although relief is in sight but several deaths are being blamed on excessive heat including former NFL player Mitch petrous who died of heat stroke last week I was in Arkansas events or cancel this weekend in New York City including the New York City triathlon but some are still brave enough to be outside in the DC heat for Apollo eleven fast on the capital Malik these folks that were interviewed by CBS news a hundred and ten in Washington DC feel like a hundred six four little ball what heat index means all right your body make it's hot it releases the heat by sweating right into the cooling effect takes place when that sweat a map rates but it's so muggy that's just what can the average that's your heat index that's what just stays on your like under a sweater of heat during some of the hottest there that we've had so far this year well that was Lonnie Quinn excuse me the forecast and CBS news he was describing the heat index when you have the sweat that just cannot evaporative really feels like a sweater on top of you in its trapping the he has literally trapping heat can't escape and that cooling mechanism our body tries to get rid of all the heat by our perspiring sort of jumps are doing no soap so people in DC were out of course because they're excited about Apollo eleven here's how they were staying cool yeah it's really hot what a lot sunscreen a lots of water so we have like four five bottles in Romans empty now and I'm reading this morning about power outages for Michigan to New York there was a big power outage in Michigan over the weekend eight hundred thousand homes and businesses but it didn't have to do necessarily with the heat I understand yeah it was mostly because of the severe storms that came through and of course when you get the heat you can get these big thunderstorms and likely the storms are we coming through New York City today to give some relief but yesterday was kind of a ghost town a lot of New York City but tens of thousands of people lost power last night still many don't have power in parts.
"petrous" Discussed on AP News
"Extinction thank you Sir Sir the large enterprise crowd went wild when Tom Cruise stepped on stage to debut the first trailer for Top Gun maverick cruise says all the flying in the trailer is real and that the new sequel is a love letter to aviation they worked with the maybe for the film which is currently in production Top Gun maverick is expected to hit theaters next June Val Kilmer Jon Hamm and miles teller costar crusade comicon was the perfect place to premiere the trailer he shot the original some thirty four years ago in San Diego former New York Giants offensive linemen Mitch petrous has died in Arkansas of apparent heat stroke the Pulaski County coroner says petrous died Thursday night at a north little rock hospital after working outside all day at this family shop this while much of Arkansas was under a heat advisory from the National Weather Service petrous was a university of Arkansas walk on who was drafted by the giants in the fifth round in twenty ten and had a three year NFL career winning a Super Bowl with New York in a second season and playing briefly for the New England Patriots and Tennessee Titans the following year Mitch petrous was thirty two British Foreign Secretary Jeremy hunt says Iran's seizure of the British flag tanker the strait of Hormuz violates international law looking at options we're looking at a diplomatic way to resolve the situation but we are very clear that it must be resolved Freeman navigation in the Gulf is.
Massive heat wave blamed for 6 deaths
"The heat wave that's had a grip on most of the U. S. is turned deadly in at least three states as correspondent Jeff mackay tells us that dangerous heat wave that has more than half the United States broiling is now claimed six lives four of the deaths were in Maryland one man died in Arkansas he was former New York Giants football player Mitch petrous he died of heatstroke from Boston to Richmond Virginia northeast expected today the bacon heat indexes in triple digit heat so bad in Braintree Massachusetts the police actually tweeted that anyone planning any criminal activity to hold off until
"petrous" Discussed on AP News
"It took them about an hour to reboot all the computer servers do not yet know what the root cause of this fight about the break down comes as the city's Walters and he and he topping more than ninety degrees I'm to McGuire AP digital news back in a moment thank you for what one of the twenty five million Americans with an overactive bladder you know how hard it is to buy high quality protective products because under wearing pads are designed with the revolutionary Palmer to keep you dry and leak free longer and since we know one size doesn't fit all we customize because products to match your food and routine call one of our friendly product specialists to walk you through getting exactly what you need eight hundred two three nine zero four one two four did because dot com former New York Giants defensive lineman Mitch petrous has died in Arkansas of apparent heat stroke the Pulaski County corner says petrous died Thursday night at the north little rock hospital after working outside all day at this family shop this while much of Arkansas was under a heat advisory from the National Weather Service petrous was a university of Arkansas walk on who was drafted by the giants in the fifth round in twenty ten and had a three year NFL career winning a Super Bowl with New York in a second season and playing briefly for the New England Patriots and Tennessee Titans the following year Mitch petrous was thirty two the terminator is back and he's bringing along an R. rating terminator dark for a director to Miller told the audience at San Diego comic con that it wasn't always going to be the plan but the fans demanded it the panel that kicked off the fan convention may also get the same rating with the number of expletives thrown around by Miller Arnold Schwarzenegger even one twenty dollars because Miller said one particular word more than five times I can't say it but I'll give you a hint it starts with the letter in between E. and G. joining Arnold in a return to the franchise Linda Hamilton is Sarah Connor and Edward furlong is also returning to play John.
Ex-Giants lineman Petrus, 32, dies of heat stroke
"Former New York Giants offensive lineman Mitch petrous has died in Arkansas of apparent heat stroke the Pulaski County corner says petrous died Thursday night at the north little rock hospital after working outside all day at this family shop this while much of Arkansas was under a heat advisory from the National Weather Service petrous was a university of Arkansas walk on who was drafted by the giants in the fifth round in twenty ten and had a three year NFL career winning a Super Bowl with New York in a second season and playing briefly for the New England Patriots and Tennessee Titans the following year Mitch petrous was thirty
"petrous" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"I thank you guys for listen this is the I heart radio countdown what happens Jo Jo on the radio hanging out with Charli XCX Charlie we got to talk about this this album all I know about that I'm so far September thirteenth coming out it's called Charlie and on your Instagram you said it's going to be the best album you've ever heard that's what else can you say I'm just yeah I don't have anything for you really yeah yeah just trying to make is in for you real interesting like grab some sound bites from your Instagram you know make it real G. C. I've gotten nothing to give you some my quarterly Charlie said albums coming out of course you put the tracklisting on Kim petrous I'll give a couple of clouds Kim petrous hi I'm a loser that tracks already out you got to track the choice of on nineteen ninety nine in the follow up twenty ninety nine talk about Troy just give me everything two five I'm like I'm healthy leaves us with joy like I worried to light the I would freak him out sometimes because when we pick doing so for the song together like when we like performing on file and I'm just like staring at him he's like a close shot but he's a full throated like subway and like how creepy in with and he looks like an Instagram filter in real life useful I just think he's amazing aside from like him like he is him as an artist I think he is so brilliant and I really love his album and and it was just kind of a dream to be able to collaborate with him because I think he's a really important voice in pop music especially because he's so vocal.
"petrous" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"In Sunday's win over the reds and most notably safe at home with sunny Gray's last batter when he walked pitcher Trevor Williams at the bases loaded in that spelled an end to his day two and two thirds ending a rough debut for Sonny I've set the concern meter, and let's go to Adam in Phoenix. What you got Adam on the acute hearing centers dot com hotline. Hey, man, what's up? What's going on? I got to see Sonny gray a couple of times in person here in spring training because I live in Phoenix. That they look so good in the spring. It's really hard to be concerned at this point. I think we should just kind of show a little bit. My concerns may be at a two on him. He looked good. It was too cold today for him to execute that curve ball. He needs in order to be effective. So that'd be my take on sunny. I liked that a a great point, you know, in spring training, sunny gray eleven ks. No, walks talk a lot about spring numbers. You can't pay too much attention to them to go eleven ks. No walks, and then have this day, obviously. Cold. Maybe we'll will throw cold, and they'll try to sneak one more caller in here before the top of the hour. Let's go to Bob in Indiana. Bob on the acute hearing centers dot com hotline. Bob, I on tall doing great doing. Great good hear from you. I've been rushing to rich since forty eight there's not much change. I don't know they they don't seem to have it together. For some reason. I mean, everybody's home runs. Petrous can't pitch. You got guys there. Six seven six eight km pitch to an age. It's it's absolutely. I don't know. Why people waste your money. Brought these characters. Yeah. Well, you know, they they've won a couple of titles since you started watching and forty eight right? Oh, yeah. Yeah. I mean that's back change like. People want is home runs. What happening Pete Rose or the good hitter. Do the singles doubles go up to hit. Janette look at him. He goes up at spring home runs. He goes up to hit the ball and Bado. He's got all kinds.
"petrous" Discussed on Here & Now
"Abed procedure Lazic surgery. That's right, dry eye tends to top the list for the most common side effect from Lazic in a mild form, but there's also a less common severe form. I also had vision complications from the Lazic and I use these special contact lenses called, squirrel. Lynn. Nsa's they basically act like a prosthetic over the I holding fluid over the I all day long when I don't have them in. I'm in trouble. We'll as you said, you are not a doctor and people should consult with doctors who are familiar with dry eye. Not all eye doctors are but in the meantime, talk about the emotional because I know this really concerns you the impact is so much more than anyone could imagine it can affect people at work. So then they become afraid for their work future. Their relationship with their doctor can be very very challenging because we have this problem in dry where what we're experiencing as patients can be light years away from what the doctor seeing through the slit lamp, I go in and I'm in so much pain doctors looking and saying, well, you know, actually, your corneas look pretty good. Then there's just when you have constant pain, and nothing is helping it it wears people down a special form of. Depression. I've basically counseled people over the phone, and it's been my experience that almost everyone I know that has gone through this the go through a period of depression that may be totally different than anything. They've ever experienced before. And that in itself is really really unnerving. I've heard people, you know, admit that they're having really troubling thoughts, and even suicidal ADA Shen. It's just very disturbing and unfortunately in the eye care professions. They don't understand that. Well and said they tend to give very simple blanket advice such as well. Don't take this depressants because that's might dry your eyes out further, which is not necessarily great advice for dry patient because there may come a point where what's going on in their head is actually worse than what's going on in their eyes and the need to get proper support and help. It'll add to that. Once it starts. You can't stop it. You have to ride it out. The the key is preventing it from happening, which is why those appointments are so important. But in the meantime, you also offer other suggestions, so make a lot of sense have a humidifier check for vents that could be blowing right in your eyes where moisture chamber glasses. What are they moisture temper glasses are basically any type of glasses or goggles that will have some kind of shield between the frame and your skin. So it allows moisture to build up in front of your eyes, and it blocks any air movements over your is. It gets just a tool to get comfortable without any cost to it. Well, when you can finally move because in the worst moments you can't even move to just again, it's like a a barbed wire on your eyeball. Just cuisine thing. I would really like to just challenge these. Manufacturers to step up and communicate because their failure to tell us. What's going on is hurting patients? We feel calls every day cancer patients people whose lives don't close of head damage of tumors removed and things they rely on these point months, we really need to know what's coming back when and be able to figure out an especially the doctors be able to know what to recommend for their patients is right now, we have this affect of doctors telling their patients to go out and buy some such usually refresh PM, and it's not there. That's Rebecca petrous founder of dry is zone dot com as well. As the dry. I talk Facebook forum, she's found dry shop dot com..
"petrous" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"She'll rub their own way. She's too blunt. She too loud. She's too in your face all the rest of it. As people may be, you know, Genda aside that's not a Cup of tea, and there will be people in fine. But I just to these people to to maybe stop and think how the seconds on these things that I'm not liking in her things that I possibly slightly differently in a male play. Because I believe that there is a lot of that around. Definitely is. But oh, say, yeah. I mean, I definitely is. But at the same time, she. I like the fact that we people end up having an opinion one way or the other player like that who is prepared to just not total line of your cozy. She needs to be to tennis matches. And I mean, just to bear in mind, she's up against publishing of who was playing lemon well in that took a rile turn around to win that Collins went to pieces because she failed to serve out that she was a set down got Blas it away in that first set by incredibly talented plan in publishing of never been positive on some I think she's reached the quarters of. Three if not all four sums, but never beyond semi before. She was. Yeah. She was completely outplayed in the first and up in the second hail to serve out and their backend terms at five all could have two pieces from them. And actually, it was probably Trinka that went to pieces in the deciding set, so she's hard as nails. Collins serving it out we were talking about income and trae Sydney looked up the prize money. And I said, you know, this game right here is worth courter of a million pounds. If she wins it because that's you W'll prize money by getting to the semi finals. It was either. The four hundred something thousand Australian dollars losing the courters nine hundred to lose in the in the semi think. Sometimes we we're bit dismissive about the money because it seems a bit chrysotile about the money. In tennis. You know, these people are buying large already multi-million as you. Exactly, I mean, you don't think of them in terms of seeing the paycheck on the finishing line. And therefore, we didn't want stuck in in those terms. But when you knew someone that. Isn't seeing that paycheck in terms of furrow Reese. That's a life changer really because she she's put us out through college with a family support. But she's the only one who did from that family, and she didn't come from a privileged background. And I mean you heard about Francis. The today saying I wanted to change of wanted to change my life and my family's lives. And that's what I've been outta do. That's why he got so emotional, and you know, she's going to have that opportunity the way she's going so more power to as fantastic story. And I love watching a play I ne-, and it's it's going to. No, no. I think it wasn't the warmest shake of visine bitten during Jhankri. Disappointing. We'll have some of that in the future. She ran against Petric petrous too. Nice..
"petrous" Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"Okay. Obviously the journal is is mostly all paid. But you can get some kind of you have to give people some kind of content that to to discover before they convert usually right? Yep. Yeah. Yeah. We we saw him content. Right. Oh, so how do you end up determining like what content because I know like sometimes it's it's unclear what is going to be. And it seems to be moving like, it's it's more dynamic like as far as what ends up being absolutely have to pay in order to access it. Yeah. I mean, this has been a long journey forest to kind of get to this. Where where we are now. Maybe if I describe where we were. And then it will get context where we are. Now say when we started off we were I guess a Freeman pay will I'm where the the content types that would pay would. What termined by human beings? Promptly the newsroom. I'm so some content was paid some was free. And when we and we actually went really really closely with by the with the newsroom and our technology teams the newsroom to determined. This was before we could have moved to what we are now dynamic end up being because they're journalists wouldn't they end up to saying. Oh, wow. Like, this thera story is gigantic. We can't put this behind the pay wall. I think that listen the instincts of gems you generally, pretty good. They wanna get paid for that work. And you know that that model, but they wanna have impact they wanna have broad reach. Yeah. Yeah. But, but that that modal was a model that we had in place for what fifteen years, and you know, I it worked and why change because we thought if we're gonna get to three million than the growth rates we needed to get to three million needs to be much higher than what we've seen in the in the years prior. And when you think about you'll greatest opportunity your grace opportunity is amongst people with the greatest intent. So that conversion point, which is your pay wall. There is a huge amount of value. You can extract from that. If you get it, right? And are starting points was around if you again think about the customer because to me, I what does the pay will look like if you're if you think about the customer, and we think about how. Pay was develops. Most of them are around the start with the content. Right. So a metered paywall soums that someone needs three five ten exposures to your content before they subscribe Freeman. You know, you choose what's free. What's paid and Han Hayward puts value, the all content is of equal value and should be paid for clean? It's clean. But if you flip the other way and start with the customer, then then you realize that what you don't have a a a homogeneous group of people who are all in the same par customer, Jenny. If you're buying a car, you know, you know, interested in the trunk, and so you know, that you can afford the car, right? And similarly the subscription it's your first exposure isn't gonna get you to pay forty dollars a month. So if you think about where customers are in that journey, and then you can create an experience that meets our journey. And I that was the I guess the keys behind that was an. Intelligence layer, which which became a propensity motto, say propensity modelling, almost what was the driver. I guess of determining where you are in that in that petrous scored when I come exactly right. Yes..