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"rick hill" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Those who invented it it's a spiritual game. Sherry to say lacrosse is old doesn't even really describe it. The game was born thousands of years ago it's indigenous America to no other sport can make that claim. Paul Rabel co -founder of the PLL and one of the best ever to step lacrosse on a field. Rabel step down scores. But for the story of where it all began let's go back to the beginning. We say who do you know Shoney? Rick Hill was a founding member of the lacrosse team made up of Americans Native once called the Iroquois Nationals now the Haudenosaunee Nationals. And for Native Americans this is far more than a simple game. This has spiritual origins that lacrosse stick and that ball and the teams that's what it represents to us. Than the creators game. We have stories that us tell that it was the creator who invented the game of lacrosse. He was playing against his brother. They're trying to decide who's going to have rule over this earth. The good minded creator and his not so good minded brother. So they played lacrosse, they but you know played it to a draw. Nobody could win and there's something teaching in that for us. That it's not magical. You never know. You might win some days. You might lose the other days, but it's being in the play that as interplay that ball goes back and forth. I think that's what makes it exciting for us. Not just exciting, but also unified. Leo Nolan is executive director for the including the Shoney Nationals and a citizen of the Onondaga Nation. Really is part of our who we are in a lot of ways. You we know identify very strongly with across both men and women boys and girls and it really in a of lot ways it holds us together. It's such a unifying experience to be part of the cross story. Rex Lyons also a citizen of the Onondaga Nation, part of the Haudenosaunee played on the first Nationals team back in the 80s. When you're a male and you're born in the Haudenosaunee community, you're one of three things. You're either a speaker of the language, which means you can carry on the ceremonies, singer of the songs which you need for our ceremonies, or you're a lacrosse player. That's how fundamental it is. And I don't know if you've ever seen one of those small wooden sticks, they call them cribsticks. So when I had it, when I was a little baby, I before could walk, I had a stick in my hand. As we were talking, I'm going to go grab my stick because it'll help when I have my stick. Because for the We go from cradle to grave with our stick. This stick here is my stick. It'll be buried with me. So it goes to side. the This is part of our cosmology. For within the stick is story. In early days, they used to use the sinew of a deer to make this weave. Another deer, he's the leader of all the animals because he's on every continent, which most people don't really know because they're not really have that kind of instruction. you But now have all of the the animal nation represented in this stick. Now this traditional weave here, that's the clans. Those are the clans. We've woven together, linked together, the families, the the eel, the snipe, the heron, the turtle, the beaver, all linked together here. is And the the ball medicine. So now you have everything all encompassing nature in to play the creator's game. Played at its highest level, Paul Rabel says lacrosse can be a symphony of scoring speed. and A writer for the Baltimore Sun called it the fastest game on two feet. And that stuck this with game. But at its deepest level, America's sport from before there even was an America is a game My closest friends that grew up in the Onondaga Nation have shared with me that it is the creator's game. It's meant to be shared because Rex Lyons reminds us playing for the joy of the game win, lose or draw. That's the gift reporting for perspective. Rob News. Finally, this week, ABC News continues its celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month with Soul of a Nation, the Latin music revolution. You can find it on Hulu right now. Latin artists have taken over the top of the charts
"rick hill" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Planet will be facing off in the championship for the PLL the premier lacrosse league looking forward to seeing the archers and the water dogs one more time and while the league itself is just finishing off its fifth year as we hear from Rob Hawley the sport itself goes back centuries it's not just an ancient game to those who invented it it's a spiritual game Sherry to sail across is old doesn't even describe it the game was born thousands of years ago it's indigenous to America no other sport can make that blame Paul Rabel co -founder of the PLL and one of the best ever to step on a lacrosse field Rabel step down but for the story of where it all began let's go back to the beginning we say who do you know Shawnee Rick Hill is a founding member of the lacrosse team made up of Native Americans once called Iroquois Nationals now the Haudenosaunee Nationals and for Native Americans this is far more than a simple game this has spiritual origins that lacrosse stick and that ball and the teams that's what it represents to us than the creators game we have stories that tell us that it was the creator who invented the game of lacrosse he was playing against his brother they're trying to decide who's going to have rule over this earth good the -minded creator and is not so good -minded brother so they played lacrosse but you know they played it to a draw nobody could win and there's something a teaching in that for us that it's not magical you never know you might win some days you might lose the other days but it's it's being in the play that interplay as that ball goes back and forth i think that's what makes it exciting for us not just exciting but unified Leo Nolan is executive director for the Haudenosaunee Nationals and a citizen of the Onondaga nation really is part of our who we are in a lot of ways you know we identify very strongly with lacrosse both men and women boys and girls and it really in a lot of ways it holds us together it's such a uh unifying experience to be part of the lacrosse story but the bronze belongs to the Haudenosaunee. Rex Lyons also a citizen of the Onondaga nation part of the Haudenosaunee on played the first Nationals team back in the 80s. When you're a male and you're born in the Haudenosaunee community you're of one three things you're either a speaker of the language which means you can carry on the ceremonies sing of the which songs you need for our ceremonies or you're a lacrosse player that's how fundamental it is and I don't know if you've ever seen one of small those wooden sticks they call them crib sticks so when I had it when I was a little baby before I could walk I had a stick in my hand. As we were talking I'm gonna go grab my stick because it'll help when I have my stick because for the Haudenosaunee we go from cradle to grave with stick. our This stick here is my stick it'll be buried with me so it goes to the other side because it's part of our for within the stick is story. In early days they used to use the sinew of the deer to make as this we you know another deer he's the leader of all the animals because he's on every continent which most people don't really know because they're not really have that kind of instruction but now you have all of the animal patient represented in this stick. Now this traditional weave here that's the clans those are clans the we've woven together linked together the families the eel turtle the beaver all linked together here and the ball is the medicine so now have you everything all -encompassing nature in concert to play the creator's game. Played at its highest level Paul Rabel says lacrosse can be a symphony of scoring and speed. A writer Baltimore for the Sun call it the fastest game on two feet and that stuck with this game. But at its deepest America's sport from before there even was an America is a game for us all. My closest friends grew that up in the Onondaga Nation have shared with me that it is the creator's game it's meant to be shared. Because Rex Lyons reminds us. Playing for the joy of the game win lose or draw that's the gift. Reporting for perspective Rob Hawley ABC News. Finally this week ABC News continues its celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month with Soul of the nation the Latin music revolution. You can find it on Hulu right now. Latin artists have taken over at the charts in
"rick hill" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Including some of the in stars his league like the Redwoods Ryder Garnsey. My life has had lacrosse at the center of it really since as long as I can remember. Chaos midfielder Troy Ray whose dad played in college. I started playing in fifth grade with our town rec team and kind of fell in love with it from there. And and Christian Scarpello from the PLL champion Water Dogs. I had a stick in my hand before I could walk probably. it's And not just a life of playing but giving back. People who play lacrosse feel a responsibility the game and to spread the love. Brian Silcott is VP of Sport Growth and Development at USA Lacrosse. They believe it's a great thing to get other people playing. And you see it with the PLL. You know, Ryder Gonsville scored course six goals in a PLL game. He comes off the field. He cares genuinely about the kids he's talking to. Troy Ray when he's not on the field works with kids through the PLL academy. Working with you know all different club scenes whether that's travel or rec across the country and just giving back to the younger generation. And Christian Scarpello following in his father's footsteps and this year becoming a head lacrosse coach at Chatham High in North Jersey. There's times where I'm out here watching guys have success. This season as a first year head coach and taking down some really big opponents has been nothing short of amazing and things that I'll remember forever. His guys in good company says lacrosse is Brian Silcott. There's a little over a million people that participate in lacrosse. The large bulk of those are our youth players like the boys of Columbia and Boston Spa lacrosse clubs. I love lacrosse because it's something fun to do. Making good plays, talking to somebody. And girls like Claire Frank. I have bruises all over my arm. Because unlike the guys when she takes the field with her team from Cahoes New York, like all girls the other and women's teams, she's not wearing any pads and she wouldn't mind if that changed. Definitely, because then I feel like we could be a little more aggressive than we are along with growing the game. There is a push to expand it as well. It has been a wealthy sport, upper middle class. Brian Silcott at USA Lacrosse. Jeff Harvey, head of the Tauratan Foundation, says that decades -long legacy was born out of where the sport found itself. The best prep schools even today were where the game began in the modern world in the late 1800s. It was Exeter and Andover and St. Paul's and New England private schools that ended up picking up this a which sport is part of the history and it was not intended to be an elitist sport at all, but it did become that because that's where it was played. Eric Matthew runs PLL Assist trying to help change that. Making sure that we're engaging with local communities, donating goals, making lacrosse more visible, more accessible. And maybe the most important background of all, the very people who gave us the game. We say, who do you know Shawnee? Rick Hill is a founding member of the lacrosse team up made of Native Americans once called the Iroquois Nationals, now the Haudenosaunee Nationals. Its teams consistently ranked among the best in the world and for Native Americans this is far more than a simple game. This has spiritual origins and that lacrosse stick and that ball and the teams that's what it represents to us. Think of it this way, lacrosse is the spirit of this land and that's why I think the game is so significant to us. It is a game with roots that go back thousands of years and carries no less a name than the creator's game. We have stories that tell us that it was creator the who invented the game of lacrosse. He was playing against his brother and they're trying to have rule over this earth. A good -minded creator and his not so good -minded brother. So they played lacrosse but they you know played it to a draw, nobody could win and there's something, a teaching in that for us. It's not magical you never know you might win some days you might lose the other days but it's being in the play that interplay as that ball goes back and forth. I think that's what makes it exciting for us. Rex Lyons, citizen of the Onondaga Nation, part of the Haudenosaunee played on the First Nationals team back in the 80s. When you're a male and you're born in the Haudenosaunee community you're one of three things. You're either a speaker of the language which can carry on the ceremonies, sing of the songs which you need for our ceremonies, or you're a lacrosse player. That's how fundamental it is. As we were talking I'm gonna go grab my stick because it'll help when I have my stick. Because for the We go from cradle to grave with our stick. This stick here is my stick. It'll be buried with me. For within the stick is beginning story with the hickory used to create it. In early days they used to use the sinew of the stick to make this weave. Another deer, he's the leader of all the animals because he's on every continent. But now you have all the the animal nation represented in this stick. Now this traditional weave here, those are the clans we've woven together, linked together, the families, the eel, the snipe, the heron, the turtle, the beaver, all linked together here. And the ball is the medicine. now So you have everything all encompassing nature in concert to play the creator's game. That idea of the game itself as medicine going beyond the Hodym Shony to anyone who picks up a stick. Ryder Garnsey. When I'm having a bad day or you know, I'm a little bit stressed out about something that might be not lacrosse related. That is my go -to is to go play lacrosse and shoot or play wall ball for a little bit. It just, it brings me so much joy. And Christian Scarpello. Whenever I step
"rick hill" Discussed on Red Sox Beat
"9 appearances in the last two years, something like that. Where are you going with this? If you're going to ask that guy to go out and throw 5, 6 innings, every 5 days. If you're going to ask him to throw a hundred innings a 150 innings, he just may not be able to do that at this stage in his career with how I heard he's been. And if you're going to say, well, in modern baseball, they're not asking him to start 5 or 6. They're asking him to start three or four. Great. Then put him in the bullpen and have him throw three or four in that bridge roll that's so valuable on games. You know you have a shot to win because let's say he gives you three or four good innings. Who are you going to after that? Who's giving you the back 5 innings of that game? Nobody reliable. I would rather know I'm using Chris sale and high leverage situations. So if the plan is to pitch and 5 or 6 innings per start, you're going to get them for about a month, he's going to go back on the IL. It's not worth it. If the plan is to pitch him for three or four innings per start, will those three or four innings are a lot more valuable out of the bullpen than they are early in the game. So here's my answer to that. I think a lot of this is going to hinge on how fast Chris sale warms up. And if he is hot quickly, then you use them like you suggest in the bullpen. If it takes him a wild warm up, I don't think you want to put Alex gore in that position where you're forced to use him at the start of an inning. And I think that's really going to determine how the Red Sox and Alex Cora use Chris sale. And they want to find this out sooner rather than later, because I'm sure Alex, they do want to leave open the possibility that you're suggesting. And I also don't think the Red Sox feel the pressure that they did at the start of the year, or maybe even in spring training, because I think their rotations pretty dug on solid right now. Garrett whitlocks also on the 15 day injured list. But when you take a look at rickshaw 6 and 5, three 50 ERA. And I don't have his whip right offhand, but Michael walk a four in one two 33. He's been the ace of the staff and then Rick hill two and three, four 38 in 11 starts. So between pavetta of Aldi who had 12 starts, Michael walker's ten starts and Rick shills 11 starts. You've had a lot of consistency in that rotation that, frankly, I didn't expect coming into the season. Yeah, the whips for three of the three of those four are under 1.1. So they've been even more reason they've been good. Why are you dinking with it? Who is and I know again, I know guys are hurt right now and I'll say it again. Chris sale is going to start his first one or two appearances and.
"rick hill" Discussed on Red Sox Beat
"Bet online, where the game starts. All right, back with Alex barth of 98 5, the sports hub as we wrap up here, this Red Sox beat episode. I want to talk about the starting pitching and what has impressed you about the starting pitching of late Nathan Navalny coming up absolutely huge the other night on Wednesday night in another one nothing red's Red Sox win over the angels. There are second one nothing victory in three nights over the angels. What has stood out to you about their starting pitching? Oh, it's got to be Michael waka and Navalny was good the other night, certainly, but Michael walker throwing that complete game shut out. He's got his ERA down under two now. To see him kind of throw it back like this. If you want to go back to what we started the show with write the Celtics and Red Sox comparisons, it's Al Horford ish. He hasn't he hasn't had a season. His all star season was in 2015. When he was 23 years old, he's now 30. 7 years later, and he's having the best seasons. That guys don't normally have like 6 bump seasons and then come bounce, come back and bounce back like the way he has. So I think to get the boost from him, they'd be in a real scary place. If he wasn't given them what he's giving them, you know, Nathan of Aldi, I think, has been good at times, but he's been kind of in and out. Garrett whitlock experiment. Which is something I campaigned for has been hit and miss. Tater house, spinning out of the rotation, all of that. It really feels like Michael walk has been their constant. But anybody, I don't even know if hanging bloom had that coming into the season, but it's been a massive list. It's only 30, Alex. He's 30 years old. This is not a fail. Well, I shouldn't say that. This isn't Rick hill is what I meant. This is not rich hill. This isn't somebody on the back end of his career. He's in what's supposed to be the prime of his career. Like yes, but what I would push back on that a little bit and I don't entirely disagree, but with pitchers, I almost look at it more in years and innings than I do in age because it's wear and tear on the arm. That's ultimately what it is, right? Right. He's thrown he's been pitching since 2013 regularly in the majors outside of 2020, which was like the.
"rick hill" Discussed on Red Sox Beat
"The whole bullpen thing last year was to manage his innings because he was coming off Tommy John. He was a world 5 guys. They couldn't send him down and be careful with him, give him like two, three, and he starts here and there. He absolutely should be in the starting rotation for me. The starting rotation to open the season should be evolving and whatever order. But ivaldi pavetta whitlock and waka. Those would be my starting 5 and you go from there. If you need to, maybe you dip into the kids, Brian mod is not going to be ready right away. Maybe if we can comes out of the gates really good to give him a shot, it sounds like he could be ready, but I would go with those 5. This bullpen isn't good enough and it's not deep enough to use openers on a regular basis. If you have to use a guy here and there a couple times a month, fine. It's not good enough to have an opener spot in the rotation. It's not deep enough to have an opener spot in a rotation. If you have a guy that can throw 6 innings, you need him starting. You can't put him in the bullpen. Well, here's the way I answer that. You didn't spend $5 million one year, albeit one year. $5 million on Rick shill unless you didn't think that he could be in the background of your vocal. Well, what are you going to do? Wouldn't you rather have Rick hill eat up some innings at the start of a game and have your bullpen strengthened by having Garrett whitlock in the back end of the bullpen? I would. I mean, that makes much more sense to me than having rich hill eat up innings in the middle of a game, you know, or they didn't sign, they didn't spend. No, you're right. I honestly forgot about our show. Honestly, though, I would still put, I would still put help in the ball pan over whitlock. I just think whitlock has that much upside. I really do. I think he has the potential to be a legitimate top tier top two starter in the league. I do. And how it's going to be a three, and that's fine. I would rather put out in the bullpen than that..
"rick hill" Discussed on Red Sox Beat
"Dot com while playing for the Hiroshima carp last year. Suzuki hit three 17 with 38 homers, 88 RBIs. 132 games and we mentioned the tremendous OPS that he had. Look, I think the Red Sox have been linked to him pretty much since the braves won the World Series last year and ever since the postseason the off season began and was obviously interrupted in December by the lockout. He's been a name that's been tossed around by those close to the Red Sox as somebody who would likely be a great fit in Boston. Yeah, and I mean, there has been a lot of smoke, the Japanese media, I believe, have said it's more or less a done deal. He's going on Koji Harris podcast and I think he's been pictured wearing Red Sox hats. Like you feels like they just got to dot the I's and cross the T's with him, but yeah, no, again, he'd be exactly what they need. You know, kind of their way of doing business. The only really the only hold up is a lot of times the Japanese players want to be on the West Coast, so they're closer to home. That would probably be the biggest roadblock I would guess at this point with him. Besides that, he feels that he feels like a definite fit in somebody they seem to be strongly in on. I think they should sign Jose Iglesias. I've always liked them. I think he's a solid fit. And he's low risk. And I want to see him come back as a guy that can really play great defense at second base. And you can move around the infield as well. Yeah, I mean, he's probably not at the top of the free agency list. He's a guy to assume they can get back for value later in the process before opening day. It hurt them not having him in the playoffs last year. He was signed beyond the deadline and he was an eligible, but he makes a ton of sense to bring back. They still have that whole and second base. I don't think they want to plug it with the long-term deal because they have Jeter downs on the way, right? They don't want to give somebody a 5 year deal when downs will probably, I don't think it will be up this year, but probably 2023 at the latest 2024. So yeah, Iglesias and Arroyo may be KK Hernandez factors in in a platoon there. That feels like the best way to handle it. All right, let's Jen McCaffrey of the athletic also has a great piece. Kind of did what you did, Alex 9 creations that the Red Sox might target with the lockout lifted. Something Jen did before she got into her list of 9 free agents was recapping what heim bloom did before the lockout began. He traded hunter renfrow to Milwaukee in exchange for JBJ and prospects Alex benus and David Hamilton. Both of whom I might add have already been down at Fort Myers in minor league training camp, which began last week. Ian Brown and who I'm going to have on this podcast next week does a tremendous job of really going over what those two prospects can expect to do in terms of contributing to the Red Sox down the road. The Red Sox and heim bloom also signed left handed picture 42 year old Rick hill to a one year deal signed right hander, Michael walker to a one year deal..
"rick hill" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"Rate was a top five mark among. qb's last season. okay. Sixteen point five percent uncatchable. That doesn't like out of all the ballsy through less than twenty percent of them. Boy catchable which tells you what that more than a percent or we he puts the ball where it needs to go guys. He puts it where it needs to go in a what. You can't be mad. But he took the name he runs. He does it all. he's that guy. Very impressive on may number three would should be number two only becoming. It's a debate. it's a debate. It could go a lot of different ways. But as the cleveland browns man. Hold cleveland browns. They have come so far remember when they couldn't win a game. Ninety have baker mayfield eighty five point seven niche of eight point three cream hood. Seventy four point four odeal bickham junior seventy five point. Three jarvis landry eighty four point. Seven rashad Three point four bro. The best offensive line right. Tackle jake Conkland with eighty four right guard. Why taylor what ninety two point three sinner. jc cheddar with eighty one. Joel benito at eighty five and left tackle Judge eric willis would sixty two best the line by far. Everybody knows it already. Now with the pro football fuller's rating even shows even more like do their number one in blocking for running and passing. Esus crazy okay. Moving onto desirable devdas rely incorporates miles gear with eighty six point five which again despite nagy's he should have released at ninety. That's wrong david. Clinton has a seventy four point nine. That's another reason why should be david. Klein is there kamanga. Maliki jackson sixty four point seven sixty nine point. Three coming from andrew billings. that's their lineup. But at linebacker the coming in with the rookie jeremiah. Awa- su Komala would have seventy nine point seven as good look there. And then they're db's quarterbacks in safeties in order dinsdale war would seventy point five grid newsome the second would say nine point eight choi here with a six point. Nine john johnson. The third eighty five point. Three ronnie here is during your seventy six point six in the rookie that opted out last year but is here to start for them. Possibly a safety grant delete as sixty six point three. I look man. I just i guess the only reason they are not in the top two because they didn't go to super bowl but they didn't have all that so it makes sense. 'cause the top two are two guys that want to bowl and i mean i'll just spoil the number one because i won't i won't spoil it. I'll just go ahead and say number. Two kency cheese candidate cheese have obviously elite quarterback patrick mahomes and hang one point eight to have very very very very good receiver to rick hill at a four point five elite tied in tribes cozy ninety three point. Eight okay off. It's of line better now. Definitely better orlando brown helping him out with seventy seven point eight joe. Cooney her mouth. Seventy four point. Two razali eighty fifty nine point. Seven seventy one okay. Let me not disrespect meco hartman. Sixty eight point three. I think he should be in the seventies. At least though cloud which lil cloud at to seventy seven point two you goes at outsider ball. Criminals been doing stay. He's an elite de interior defensive lineman with his ninety point three. We'll deserve at thank every month. So reserved higher should be given to jarran reed though with fifty six point. Five and frank clark would or fifty four point three. Wow they dave in taco charleston. A fifty one point six. I guess they're saying these guys. Don't get back to the quarterback and he hitchens and willie gay Sin- forty nine sixty eight and then when you get to secondary you expect to see some high numbers at least from tire matthew as safety. But he's only having a sixty seven again. I don't know. I apologize to the public. Matcher whose job this was a dean gallagher. Snee- of back there were shaun. Fenton and daniel sourcing That's eight one. Thornhill on the did but yet these are the guys that make up a team that is known for winning and getting it done when it's time to get it done. Forget this brea guys. They get the games that they need to get to get it done. It made it to the super bowl. Okay because don't be surprised if you see them go all away to all right the making them move. We'll we'll see them. You know for years to come. As long as patrick mahomes back there twiddling his thumbs i guess right now obviously. The number one team is a team that wins the super bowl in does something that no other team does brings all of them back. Bring all the players office defense special teams back. It's unheard of my goodness how they get away with this. I'll tell you got elite. Tom brady with a ninety three point. Three okay the should be so a good coach elite receiver rating. But he doesn't because he definitely deserves it. In a mike evans would have seventy four point. Nine chris cowan has seventy six. Antonio brown has eighty two point two. She's i don't know how to do these numbers going. Based off of the last season. A grunk at seventy point nine. Oj howard fifty. Four point seven for the year before last offensive line is eighty four sixty seven sixty three eighty. Seventy two gets a different side of the ball. Which is what really helped win this championship for these guys. Well i of course debris fake but dominant sue coming back again. Sixty two point four rating of eighty nine point nine okay. Shack beard has a seventy four point seven. Jp sixty six point three in levante david coming in linebacker would have seventy eight point. Eight in in devon white forty eight point one again. now that i'm going away rains at this point But yeah just looking at. I'm sorry we just really got just voted rains at just at this point clearly after we made it number one. I now don't want to even talk about ratings anymore. Let's just look at the roster's man defensive side for the tampa. bay buccaneers. sue the berry pierre. Paul vaughan david devon white called. Davis are sean murphy. Antonio winfield enjoyed the whitehead very good cast of characters. Apparently you're lacking a little bit of running back you know. Linda for nate has always been cool but he hasn't been that guy's rate rated six point five but like i said with amazing but yeah that's a lot of man that's what it looks like. That's where they stand and that's my show lays german. I appreciate you guys tuning in. Thank you for taking time to listed. This one is lower than usual. I apologize so much information sony names. You know it's hard to get off thirty two. Sometimes i'd be having thinking breaking it up into nfc afc. Like i have before. But i also don't want to get you guys. 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"rick hill" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast
"And on actually remember what i remember. Went into the important part jordan posting. It's like i don't remember what happened to this episode but sure there for what like ten or eleven ten ten ten ten and a half days. Yeah it's about ten days. Yeah we did wait in line and got into the shell of the beetle and went to the really cool museum. Yeah and sicher went out to bars every night just had a good time. We made a harness with a leash for narmer so he wouldn't wander away in the giants city. Yeah just carried around like he was like a boondi went to the temple of for rasma and was like. Hey guys have you. Guys seen sept. I'm here from this other church and they were like no and it was like a suspicious new. Yes so obviously Not in the book. In fact mummies mass. Never takes you to this. No problem telling you that. That's the problem with teleportation when you can just be like amer going off script. Well it's not really necessarily problem teleportation and considering the fact that mummies mass does it really account for the fact that the party may need to buy and sell gear more than what the city of teff oooo at best could manage for you. It works pretty well allowing you to go further up north so it gave you guys a good opportunity to actually really upgrade your gear which is something that i think all of. You've been needing to do for some time except for mexico's mostly been doing it herself. Yes it's still been like a book and a half since we actually went back to town and could do like huge purchases so yeah and it let me talk a little bit about this which is such a important part of the nation of obviously being its capital but is also a place full of so much history. Yeah so that was fun. Yeah getting the delve into that a little bit and and hit on a couple of the larger locations there. that's true. yep so so. Here's here's a question for behind the scenes. Rick whenever i went and asked about If somebody had made it to so this they told me no was that just you not wanting to answer me or was there like thought behind. Why there'd be like no we'll seventies entire reason for leaving wate and travelling north. Was that anyone. just watching. The city of wate would assume that especially if she was leaving the city suddenly and under guard that she was in possession of the mask if they are aware of the mask again she did all of that to run interference for all of us so that you could travel to. And so when she left she left under false pretenses and obviously when she made her way to so this then they would have known that she was traveling incognito for a reason so obviously when another random person showed up even another random person claiming to be a member of the voices of the spire. Sound like you have an official f. b. i. d. card or something a flash. I'm so legit. I figured that someone would try to follow up on the whole sept. angle because she is the only person that you've run into that may or may not be in so 'thus mind you. It took her a couple of weeks to get this and then she turned around and went back to what t- because it was still the was still recovering and trying to reenter all those bodies Yep so she had things to go take care of herself but it bought all of you enough time to spend the guy. I think you're in food for like three weeks or something that was kind of my thought process behind it. They don't necessarily know you trust you or if it's someone that looks like question by the way if a one eyed cat folk comes by tom. What's up all you know. They might have just been like. He's wearing a really funny hat. That could be ahead of disguise. It is true this could just be three half on top of each other's shoulders. Eyepatches and ancient assyria are going to be all the rage next season. You just watch the season a moments mask. We also got some hollis back story just to eighty bitty. Yeah since he teleported as the chicken farm where you found sugar i guess yeah up from being dead and sugar was there. There's a whole question about so. Why were you dead that i think we skipped. Hollis doesn't know why she said. I can't learn more asked. And you said that's a story for another time or something along those lines or maybe i'm just remember wrong. I don't know there is a deflection what it was but that does bring us to the end of that episode where we got a message from ten nib. You're not mention that you saw on her. It that you guys got a visit for deserve weird woman. Offer a cameo weird offer. Cameo in like on europe's arisen guard. Come in like rick hill on your sol. He doesn't have to have risen guard for the ruby pharaoh or he would yeah on your s would not like this so it's also weird that on her. It went all the way out to tell to tell ted assira. Hey my boys dead and then flew all the way to this to be with mom and affreux thinking about it. This way boys had a hard life. I mean he's got the messed up. I he's been through the wringer and you know now. His person is gone wine on. Go live at the frigate faeroes pals you know he is spoiled is living it. Yeah the one thing. I forgot to mention on her friend why he didn't even visit his girlfriend's sugar. He's like i don't want her seeing meal chubby. Like which like she would love you no matter what he might not have known you guys in the city until he saw you guys at the temple of forest though i know but then he could have known for that chicken he's back in the faroes palestinian sit-ups we book six dollars goes back to this and he's just like hi. I didn't want to know that. I've been stress eating ever since we separated and that that single handedly i love balto and that single handedly. Greatest romance ammonia masks. We'll get to my new favorite one. Is we carry out. That's a friendship. Yeah that's that's that's a bff's stay true. Yeah but yet. So there's a there's a little teaser there at the end who knows yeah. That upset ended up getting the message from tap. Nab that a flying pyramid appeared in wate in did some cool light shows and demanded to see the door keepers calling. Yeah the chromatic laser's light should be dark show because it was show yes and no one was high enough and led. Zeppelin wasn't playing for that.
"rick hill" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour
"I watched the two thousand and nineteen in wallet. And i said this players you know display target for me. And he's he got better as the year went on no matter where would no matter. How the raiders were playing. Lawler was always playing a very very well. We talked to a lot of guys about tears. They they come in with tears of players and how they're going to utilize their draft and sadly i got waller in the fifth round. I'm not. I'm not sure where you got him. Probably around around the same very early on you know and you know we'll never get him in the fourth or fifth again. Three hundred sixty seven Fantasy points from kelsey drafted as early as six seventh eighth. Sometimes three hundred thirty six points from waller. I think i've got this right. The number three tied in production This year two hundred. Twelve from logan thomas of all people about that. So you know. So you're gonna be tempted to pull that trigger on waller against Should we give up around pixel waller next year. You know i'll tell you you watch waller. He's he's a he's almost a and a tight end body and when not kelsey you got you know tyreek hill and an hardiman on the outside and a bunch of guys who are four. Four forty guys rob are kelsey. Gets the middle of f. You're wide open. They scheme them tremendously. And i think wallin waller you know next year with maybe rugs in the offense getting a little better is gonna develop even maybe into the number one tight end. So i'm excited about what your gonna do next year. Hi rick hill. In a darren waller body was the exact description that my wife gave me at my way when we got married many years ago and I failed i. I don't think he'll ever get there again. But i'll be close. I'll be close. We'll see what happens in twenty twenty one. We're talking with jerry palmer. The third place team owner in the f. fcc main event in twenty twenty You know jerry you. You obviously had a lot of success. In the main event you played in the main event several years here for someone who has never played in the main event before this may be thinking about taking the plunge in twenty twenty one. What do you think if there's one piece of advice what's the biggest thing that those players need to understand to have their best chance at significant success right away from the get go. you know. i'll i'll probably every guy who's in the draft seems to me to be very well prepared and there's a lot of studying going on and i think you know depth you get to draft a team you get to pick up guys you know. In the free agent periods there is no trading so a lotta guys are very adept at taking handcuffs and and every guy who used think when when the draft is complete. Seems to be taken but then you know we won an injury happens. And you've you've got to decide whether you wanna spend your money and who they're going to pick up so it's tough but for me especially the My f- pc. I think you have to have some depth tight end in depth that running backs because every week i think he could have a plug and play based on matchups for a wide receiver in every week. There's a quarterback quarterback seemed to be the top ten. You know any of that would be worth thirty points every week so again. I i'd like for me. I got lucky this year..
Should I buy Symantec Corporation
"One of the big security software companies. They saw stock yet of this rate. Today's damn with twelve percent in the wake of a lousy quarter. And you know, what I'm a big believer in this theme. So even though it didn't report don't does next week. I am going to authorize buying Symantec on Monday. Okay. And that's because the terrific. Interim CEO Rick hill who has made us a ton of money. I don't know if you recall what he did when he sold novella Salamn research and on Monday at awesome, be a buyer of Cyprus stark. And why will that you Mocatta? He's the CEO and he's won over so many clients by showing them that works achilles heel. That's that's so called privileged accounts have access to everything and you need Sabra to protect these keys to the digital kingdom Bacardi's chilling sales pitches done wonders for the business.