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"roy frank" Discussed on Athletico Mince
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"roy frank" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
"Terms of those injured players while not partaking in those who friends or any of to saw the visit tucson son. Let's move on to a couple of the interviews that i did on. We'll be starting first with all the ross. I talk about some of the that he has had outside of the colorado rapids. Being you know. I would say one of the most this is gonna sound weird but purist rapids homegrown in that. He was one of the first editions to the rapids academy. He was there pretty much from the first year that the da was in existence. And now it's come to fruition in the form of him joining the colorado rapids and then michael edwards whose con done more of a. They're back again from growing up in virginia being a part of the d. c. academy having an interesting experience in the wolfsberg academy with wolfsburg eighteen in the fourth division in germany the regionally nor so to really good conversations to really good interviews where we get to know the players get another asan they could bring to. The rap isn't what their goals are for. The twenty twenty one season will be starting with all the ause where i start the interview by telling him that i am ginger. And wishing him a happy saint patrick's day rescind fabric house. Preseason going so far you know. Are you getting along with the team. And have you made any new friends from some of the other first team players preaching going well Kind of is expected difficult tiring but you know really good learning experience and then as far as new friends go. Yeah i mean pretty much all of them really cool team and and there's really all only good characters on this team so you know you turn a corner and you need a new guys. It's really interesting and helpful There's a lot of really strong veterans particularly at the midfield position. We talk about jack price. Who is the captain. Last year and kelvin cole. Who've started to get into the national team you know have you developed any sort of mentor relationships. Is anybody really taking you under your wing to help you show the ropes. All those people you mentioned As well as like unison armley it really helps me with attacking scenarios and just you know. He's a great guy to watch because he does things that you don't see but definitely jack prices. Well i mean he's such a professional everything he does and and the way he handled situations on the field so i guess and try to kind of be his under study and kind of see what he does and why he does it and things like that so it's been a good experience in terms of rapids homegrown. Recently you're one of the longer tenured. Youth players remember colin. Sam we're at other clubs in the front range and then joined the rapids as teenagers. You were. I think nine or ten years old when you join the club. What do you remember about joining the club. And you know does that journey feel like it's come full circle and you now being a pro with the rapids started pretty much when the academy started from my age. 'cause i'm only like ten minutes from the stadium my entire life. That's where i live so yeah just for to you know start there ten years ago from now and then finally come full circle and to be involved in the first team in the group that i watch for so long as it's special you know it makes it definitely a little bit more special to me. I remember coal now. Granted he signed with the club. I think in june or july so it was in mid season so that was kind of weird timing but he mentioned how it took a couple months for it to like feel normal and then settle in and kind of get grounded. Does it is. It's starting to feel normal. Say ali the roz professional soccer player for the colorado rapids. Or is the kind of new shine. Still giving you a bit of a buzz is definitely still have been with you guys for a little while. Now it's you still don't really realize it until certain things happen. People recognize you. See yourself somewhere. You're just like man. That's crazy that i'm actually in that position. Now i'm definitely a little bit In disbelief. I wanna talk about your time in germany at deuce berg. I hope i'm pronouncing that correctly. I know your time might have been a disappointment in that. You didn't get a first team contract but you were a teenager. Living in another country speaking another language in experiencing different environment to the rapids that i have to imagine helped you grow as a player. How did your time in germany. You know change and help you as a person and a professional. Yeah more than anything i did. It did just kind of get out of my comfort zone. Because i've been in same situation for so long and i felt like in order to grow and he did that And it definitely was. you know. there's some difficult time to learn how to live by myself and make decisions for myself and in the long run. I'm really glad. I did it. Because i think when i came back from that I was better as a person off the field and and a little bit tougher on the field as well. So i improved on areas of my game that i wouldn't have been able to if i hadn't test myself in and out of my comfort zone. How's your german. And have you spoken. Thought michael edwards yet locate. I've lost Quite a bit of now. I know we usually conversion english. More comfortable absolutely okay. Similarly i wanna know about your time at barcelona academy in arizona. What was that like. And how would you rate yourself Compared to the rest of the team in terms of five to rondo definitely a great experience. i went there and i wouldn't really know what to expect but immediately it was an extremely high level of professionalism especially from a youth academy and the way that the players handle themselves in the organization altogether Which was really nice. Unfortunately it was cut short for me because of an injury and just because of covid but yeah they placing good soccer and and the five g to rondo was was quite quick. Good stuff. I want to know about your style of play. Obviously you would have been watching the rapids in the heyday of midfielders. When it came to the latter part of pablo mastroeni career. Sam cronin jeff larentowicz and then obviously the first team players now. Is there a player. Either who you watched in the past or you watch right now picked anybody from mls or the national team europe who you watch and you see a lot of yourself in or that you try to emulate help you grow and that's a good question. I try and kind of go after roy. Frank young these midfield. There's that are both good attacking and and defensively. I'd say more so almost franken young when he's getting a little bit more of an attacking position. 'cause i like to do both sides of the game and still get into the attack so i think he's a really good example of how to control the game and be a smart player. I've had this. I've had this conversation with kohl a couple of times. Kind of his role within the team has evolved. So i'm not gonna hold you to this at all. But i think it's a fun little starting off point. You know in that regard to your point. Do you see yourself more as a number eight in the three man midfield kind of tennis player. And then you mentioned You know having a relationship with jack price. Who's more of a who is the closest thing to a number six and obviously a very active versatile midfield robin frazier's trying to play this year. Yeah i mean. I could see myself in all three of those positions six eight ten and and to be completely honest. I don't really have a preference as to which one i go to especially like you said in the midfield that we run. It's very fluid and you get into situations if you're the six where you might be in the ten position and vice versa. So yeah it's hard to say but wherever the opportunity kind comes up. I'll be willing to go into that position. Is that versatility. Is that almost something. Is that something that you feel.
"roy frank" Discussed on BunnyRanch Podcast
"Okay so you are you get to taste new things like that you taste everything under the sun have course yeah. That's actually pretty amazing. I'M NOT GONNA lie. Yes you Karaoke every Friday guys have your own Karaoke system all set up and do because I know you pull it out and your House majority we love the the majority of the ladies actually like every Friday and Saturday really took four nights and seven. Yeah I mean we post about and when I first came to. I'm not very good at Karaoke but now I'm just like I have my songs that I sing. And you know this is my song on Your hot for teacher Van Halen okay. That's that's one that I've been working on lately and I'm also working a few Bon Jovi songs so I'm still kind of new. Read it you know. I'm not as good as destiny. Juniper just pick up the MIC and get the lounge going but I'm I'm working on games Friday. Don't see this yes you should definitely everybody's everybody's post it Kariuki on twitter. But what's your song. I have so many. Just go to shake the Shakey's fallen and then Marvin Gaye. And then I have Whitney Houston and I started doing Tennessee whiskey because there's one girl at our house that likes it. I'm I'm like I don't know how to sing this song. I never really heard it and out of just nowhere blue. It's beautiful. Everybody thinks I've done Karaoke House. Yeah back when he used to actually have Kazuki. Dj's to EJ well. Yeah a couple of years ago you guys used to have Karaoke Yeah J. Okay and then I actually came out during the cat house crawl just recently and I sing Karaoke there too so I say be our guest are yeah that's right and you did an amazing job that's from. He didn't even have to look at the word. The words in the world Actually Quinton and I do very good duet with that Nice. We've done that a bunch of different times and all different. Yeah in Clinton's really good to bartender. Tender Man Quinton and we have our song. CRABS AMBI- cranberries. Oh yes ambi- SOM- Banks Alan. Exactly he's saying the Clintons things everything boy Roy Frank Sinatra yes good find man yep he does a good job of that one without them. How do we get a hold of? Yes so I know like I know how to get a hold of you but how does the actual actual people watching this listening to this. Whether you're on apple spotify Youtube Youtube if you want to actually see with these beautiful look like but how do they get a hold of you. Awesome mm-hmm yeah. You know the first thing you should do is jump on love ranch. North Dot Net and get onto our forums and just sign. Yeah Love Ranch yes all right take anywhere. There's sorry I keep saying talking. Love ranch dot net jumping branch dot net and get on our forms because you can talk it to us every single day you can interact with us. You can see our picture blog posts and come to love wrestling with forum but you can contact me via email at Austin Hayes as it love ranch dot net. You can get me on twitter at Austin Hayes EXO EXO and on Instagram Austin.
"roy frank" Discussed on Around the Horn
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"roy frank" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast
"Because they never trusted the cops to begin with. Okay. You we're trying to do when we select juries. Pretty simple because defence does not want any number ones. And the prosecution does not want any number of horse. We are trying to remove the edges. We want people in camps two in three. They might be inclined to one direction or the other, but their fair and unbiased, and they will put aside whatever their thinking to do the right thing. That's what we're looking for. Something similar happens when you're getting ready to share the truth of the Gospel of people. You're the entire world of we're out there who could be listening to you in your office in your school, in your friendships groups. And there are people out there who are already believers in people out there who aren't And these two groups can be divided into two. So number one, these are people who are Christians and they're so committed to Christianity care of its false. They don't care if I could demonstrate is false. I could get the body of Jesus in dragging around our firm. There was the I don't care. I like being a Christian. It works for us. We are a family holidays together. I am not leaving. There are people in number two who are Christians, but they are starting to have doubts that got some of them questions and their people who are Atheists' There are really starting to have doubts about whether they're naturalistic perspective, can actually explain the world around them. Then there are people who are in Group four who not only are atheists, They are anti fierce. We do college presentations, Roy, Frank, Turkish. It'd be here with you also, and we'll do the college presentation. And these folks will be in the back row, live tweeting profanity, edging. You won't even know until you go. After stating that, your Twitter feed into thinking Really? Yeah, because they don't want there to be a God. This is the spectrum. And just like taking juries. I know whenever I'm talking about God are talking about Jesus in any group. Only three of these four groups is paying attention. I call this this recorder principle Now. I think we have to be very careful about juries. So before you gift said that you have been able to convince your Uncle so-and-so, or your aunt or whatever it may be. Think about it. Where are the in the spectrum of juries? My dad is our number four a very committed number four. I was a number four for a lot of years now. I have a strategy for all four groups. Here's how it works. If you're number one, you might think, Why do you even need to talk about the gospel with number ones? Why do you even need to make a case for why Christianity is true with number ones they already get its delivers stop, you'll is a gem You will need to make that case for me, I'm already in I believe this is true. I don't need it saving for somebody else. Really. I still offered the evidence for Christianity and talk about the Gospel inferno were ones for a couple of reasons. Number one, it's because you say you're a Christian, does not even know what the Gospel is. So we need to share the gospel people who think that they think they know the Gospel is because it might be wrong too. You're number one. Okay, Great. Do you have kids. Are they anywhere between junior high in college? Then you got a house full of twos and they want to know this is true. They got questions. And by the way they weren't going to remind stupid book. They're not gonna read anyone stupid book. They want to know from you. Is this true? If Gaza career of everything who created God? They want to know these simple questions, if God is so great. Why did fifty nine people were fifty eight people die in Las Vegas? They want to now, and they're not going to remind book you as a one had better be prepared to answer the questions of all of your twos. So start paying attention. And of course we ought threes 3s are people who actually willing we can actually talk about the Gospel and and help them make a decision. Now what do you do with force though? That's the trick, right? 4's are basically a pain, the but Okay, They are. Right. And you know this because if you've ever seen a four posting a blog or commenting on a blog, he is using profanity, right? I mean, they are obnoxious. And by the way, I never get said about that. That's what force Do Da. I'm already over it when I see a fours on my Twitter feed, I'm like, I'm not like losing sleep over this. This is what force do. But what do we do with fours? Well, I got on my own family, My dad, Here's what you do is four ready. It's profound. Write this down. You pray a new model for fours. You ask God to do something. Only God can do. And you model Christ, even though my take a long time. And if you're does, your dad you're working with It might take 25 years of modeling Christ in praying for fours. And then if God grants your prayer in moves, this person from four to three They will remember everthing years old. And they'll be in a position to hear the gospel. But you don't move people from four to three. God knows people from four to three. So we gotta be praying for those folks. As a matter of fact, when we take students to Berkeley, we tell them before we go to Berkeley, You're going to encounter all kinds of people on the campus of Berkeley has reduced the street evangelism. And you can encounter one too. In force and we explain to them what the differences are, and they're like, Okay, we get it. So now when they show up to Berkeley, they're wearing shirts. I didn't make these. They made these. We'll pray for four. But just picking your jury is probably not going to be enough. They have to know, we don't is pick a jury. We take a jury, and then we give them jury instructions. Did you know that's a big thick book in California? The are jury instructions that help jurors examine evidence because there are certain rules of evidence. I wanna go to a few that will help you communicate the truth of the gospel to your friends. You have to know these truths about evidence before you can you make a case for Christianity? Ready? Spurs was really simple. There are two categories of evidence. If you see my presentations, you or you know, a lot of them I talk about, But I will just kinda cover it quickly for those. You have not seen this before. Are only two kinds of evidence. You've got direct evidence and indirect evidence. That's very good. Mixed presents right? Indirect evidence is just eyewitness testimony in indirect evidence is all the other stuff. Indirect evidence is also called circumstantial evidence. So when I said that fingerprints, That's not direct evidence. If you think you have to have direct evidence to make a good case, really, I've never had a direct evidence case by case is, are all circumstancial all The only thing they counts as direct evidence is an eyewitness. Remember I told you this I show just once a couple of years ago and I was here. If I making the case against this guy of murder, I can make it one of two ways. I can ask a witness. To tell me what she saw And she can identify what he did. I can make a case with just one piece of evidence, her eyewitness testimony. That would be a direct evidence case. But if is a slightly different case at say for example, he had a mask on his face at the time of the murder will now she can identify him. I don't have a direct evidence case add to build. This is your for away as you go and talk to him about his alibi not to examine what I find in the search warrant the bat the clothing I might find in the search warrant after See if he had a key. It could give it away to get into this, this to to commit this murder to talk to him and get his statements. I have to see if the clothing shoes you have match with a witness says, I've gotta a look at what is written about this event afterwards. I gotta even look and see if his car matches the other car that was seen. These are not pieces of direct evidence. These are indirect pieces of evidence. What I have enough, I can move from the possibility of him being guilty to the most reasonable inference. Why? Because all of these pieces of evidence point. To him. And these kinds of cases are very robust. Usually, I don't typically do them with eight pieces of evidence. I will usually have eighty pieces of evidence, and if I do it this way is not with eye-witnesses. This is called a circumstantial evidence case. Now, it turns out that we're doing by the way in the book cold-case Christianity. I drew it this way. Here he is, of course, if you use more pieces, I want a ton more pieces, maybe ten times as many pieces I called that death by a thousand paper-cuts. Got it. Now, why my aggression? Because my first examined the gospels to see if they will reliable. I had to build a case. I built them on four aspects of eyewitness reliability. I've got a diagram for you there. It is death by a thousand paper-cuts. This is the large body of evidence is that point to the gospels as reliable. They're not going to cover that tonight, But my point is That's an entirely circumstantial case. So let circumstantial evidence is every bit as valid as direct evidence. Did you know that we even have a jury instruction for all show it to you here and is in California