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"seven tables" Discussed on Wrestling With FanBoy Mark Jabroni's Ring Rust
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Wrestling With FanBoy Mark Jabroni's Ring Rust
"seven tables" Discussed on Wrestling With FanBoy Mark Jabroni's Ring Rust
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Rooster Teeth Podcast
"seven tables" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast
"People playing hide-and-seek he was really fun And then we did a beer pong but with giant cuts and moon balls off. We put like. I think it was like seven tables corona. They come out this week. I on wednesday and one comes out. I gotta say the between the game stuff and you're going to get comments that are people go like. This is what i missed from the last two years. Yeah no shit. So do i fucking fucking save it. The thing that i really like. You're about to type it. And then you don't i you know. I think that's the most comment. No it's not just say you missed it but just we all know that you missed it. We all missed it for two years. We all missed it. We hate how much we missed it. The thing that i really love about that video is that you guys don't just do the one thing you don't just move. The refrigerator. ship falls out all this other stuff. And you're waiting for the reaction. You decide that you need another refrigerator so you move matt to be the refrigerator and that to me is why those videos are so much fun where it's just matt your refrigerator and they set him in the space where the refrigerator was. Put a table with a bunch of drinks in front of him and he just hands. Yeah i basically just informed him that he was the fridge now and he will go with anything. Sure that's a very good mac. And then he kept talking. Everyone left him there and he started going. It's boring being a refrigerated. The shops it was fucking. That's the stuff. It was just funny because like it's quite cut down video for that meeting to win for ages and every so often. I talk to micro afraid. Just what's up to still be. There would just be like the whole. So many sodas fell out of that refrigerator and got put right back expired. Anyway it's like we've we've been a couple of weeks anyone ever gonna take a posture. The kitchen maybe pull out some of the that expired in two thousand nineteen with some real food. Oh you're screaming. Thank you just walking by a desk. And it's kind of like detroit noble happen. There's like a cobweb on a lego guy. And he just like this is kind of people who left Coffee cups on their desk. Pumpkin coffee still in it has over and then the mold has crusted over. There was no warning for this region expired chips the other day black and i just got some gum and it was like liquid. Everything's fix it. I it's quick When i started here we did a thing for the podcast. Where we made an ostrich egg omelette. Yeah i ordered to. I kept the other one at my desk is still. There are probably should packed it up. Just an egg. He got packed by the movers. So we'll see they moved australia. I don't know if they know that they moved. You're going to open a box gonna be yoke on you it's going to be luckily none of this maxi left at least that. Don't i'll be honest. the magic is somewhat ruined. When i can see mike stop. Moving doesn't come a note sh man. I'm just glad we can be back for now. We're all we're all tested and vaccinated or all the and we're gonna them and you understand you know this but it's just nice to be back in see friends again not in a place where i have to be like at a bar where it's ninety six degrees. Yeah no shit. That's how i feel everything outdoor in austin good question. I think you're just maybe noticing a lot more that people prefer being outdoors while cove. It's still a thing we would just go to a lot of bars. That were outdoor. I never tend to board. I don't go out like i don't see pre or post it's just the same. It's just everything's an outdoor bar. And i don't understand because it's eighty nine degrees at nine pm and it does not feel good. Well i mean do you think feels i think it feels fine. Places have like the little mr fans and stuff like that and mrs fans. Sorry moving.
The Brooklyn Boys Podcast
"seven tables" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast
"New season of doctor. Death on amazon music dr death season three miracle man is the terrifying true story of dr pallo. Machi- arini a charming surgeon who left trail of bodies behind him and his love affair with an nbc news producer. Benita alexander who was completely swept up by his charm right from the beginning. Bonito's relationship with dr macaroni felt something ripped from the pages of a romance novel. They traveled the world on the back of his motorcycle and it wasn't long before he proposed to her with a promise that the pope himself would marry them which she did it. No then was that this part of their love story. The pope is the efficient would be the detail that unraveled it all and would take her to the center of an international medical scandal. That would shock the world. dr pallo. Macaroni had lied about everything and six people would die before benita would realize he wasn't the miracle man she thought he was. Dr death season three is the summer scandal. That you've been waiting for amazon. Music has new episodes two weeks before everyone else listened to dr death season three early on amazon music. Download the amazon music app. Now we're clock my friend edit where i talked over the bump no. I you know what i'll do that. All right thank you so continuing the grammar police. I i wanna listen. I love the guy but scary. You know when you you see the corner of your eye yet right. Yeah that's right. I'm not going to say what it is because it may give away with clip so during a mets game Gary coen's the first voice. You'll hear and todd who's a. Who's a former player former met markedly pleaded for lot of teams in baseball nine or ten. Maybe seven or eight nine. He had a couple of classes for the mets. The great guy. Great player very talented. He's usually in easy in the studio for the post game show but he was filling in and i'm not picking on him but we do grammar police segment so they were talking about the white line of the batter's box and in dodger stadium because somebody years ago was was distracted by the thick lines. That go around the batter's box where you stand. They made them thinner. He has to make them thinner and so they're talking about. Why are you looking down at the ground when she looking at the picture correct so guideline play the lanka jingle jingle well why plan skin skim bony. My god schiavone. We those yet. I'll tell you what i'm gonna edit that out not bad it. sure sure. Well that you're focused is not. We're should be on the pitcher and it's release point. Yeah unless you've got the most amazing peripheral vision. I've heard and i've heard that a lot here. We peripheral melissa. Unless you've got the most amazing peripheral vision not peripheral. It's never perfect but common mistake right peripheral peripheral peripheral or you can talk about. Your periphery. Free its periphery or peripheral. But it's not feel right. It's even harder to say it is of it is so We're done with ground. Police for the moment. Yeah so guy. I was telling you teasing about the broadcast last week and then we went down right but the night before was really where the fun was on. talking about. This on the air became a topic. I was saving it for the brooklyn boys. But i'm like this is too good not to give to the big show and we talked about it a little bit and i want your opinion because you didn't really get to speak in chiming in on that. I did not all man i want. Brody would think. I was saying get brody. Swear to god i swear to god. We were sat in the ugly room. I'm telling you it's a thing it is a thing we've talked about this on the podcast right i. Well that's why. I'm bringing it back so we went to this great sushi spot not going to go beyond that. 'cause i wanna go back there again and i'll be sat and the ugly room. We walk through the front of the front of the dining room where the bar was which nice and colorful and bright and these beautiful people sitting down to eat and then we go through the second mile and manson the beautiful people. They're beautiful people. Thanks and then they go to the second room and again this nice people in there whatever whatever and then third room was grooming the back and by the way. I eat restaurant three times all three times. I've been pushed to the back all three times. I've had a reservation. Proper reservation in advance. So i think the second you get up to the front they look at you. They judge you and they're like all right. We're going to bring him to table. One eighty seven. Which by the way. Great pizza or is that table eighty-seven table. The these guys are getting into that. So they bring us to the back. I look around why we sat down. It was me. It was straight nate gandhi and it was one of our sales Friends and four of us sit down. It was not brody. Not brody not brodie knob brody right because that would you have helped to make to put us in the The not ugly room. Is that where you're going with the scene. You would not have so we sat there and and around and i'm sorry there was some there was some families there was some there was some older families. There were people look like they were celebrating their their parents. Fiftieth anniversary there was some there. Were the klumps from nutty professor. People like that the meeting like they were heavier people that eat a lot and i'm like oh my god people dressed down there. Were the the flip flops and t shirts shorts people like uncapped looking people and i'm sitting around and like there is not one hot person in here. Why are we sitting here. We've been fucking. They put us in the ugly room. Brody now. who you with run listening. I was with straight nate. Who's a charming young man. Good looking guy sort of gandhi. good looking woman. Yep and Brittany from sales team very attractive. Yeah so here we are. You brought the average down so much. It had to be what was attractive. Well nate had the balls to ask the waitress by the end of the meal. We must have had too much sake. He got a little beer muscles. Start getting that liquid confidence you know. He's like hey. Excuse me my friend over here and he points to me. What's note. Did you just sit us in the ugly room. Are we in the other room right now. She really she immediately was like. Oh no absolutely not what are you talking about. There's no such thing and then she goes back to the kitchen and then in a pretty rooms could he was like do. She's totally telling everybody in the death. Dude they're onto us. They know we sat them ugly rope. Yeah absolutely how true is this if you are listening to this and you're a slice and let us know if ever the place you worked at a if you worked in a restaurant. Is there such thing. Because i don't know. Everyone at nate gandhi even brittany were like. There's no such thing as the ugly room. There's no just dreaming but we walked out the only people that were at the window visible from the sidewalk when you walk by. Were pretty people in the window. So if there's no at the very least. They put the pretty people at the window to window. Did i ever tell you what happened when i went to a taping of unplugged. Mtv unplugged with thirty seconds to mars. Jared leto no story. No i feel like a slice right. I was going. You did well you might. You might have it was it was ten years ago. Maybe so thirty seconds. Tomorrow's maybe more mind jared leto. Whatever the this is war album came out which.
"seven tables" Discussed on KCRW
"You're listening to good food on KCRW. I'm Evan Kleiman. Sushi in the hands of more a hero on Madeira is something that Angelenos have treasured for four decades. His new place. Morihiro is in the low key neighborhood of out water. A lucky surprise for that neighborhood. I must say, l a Times restaurant critic Bill Addison pulled up a seat there at the sushi bar. Hi, Bill. Hi, Evan. We're going for really good sushi in out Water village. How did Maury find himself in that neighborhood here? Got a good deal on this place basically and opened in the Dark days of the pandemic or one cycle of dark days in the pandemic in November, right when things were shutting down around the holidays, So he started by, uh, floating the business the way so many sushi bars did. Making beautiful bentos with elaborate small, exquisite bites or Sarah. She he did his little differently trashes the dish of race and fish kind of usually scattered over the rice. But Mori treasures the rice so much he kind of put it in a And a lump on the side so you can just taste the rice separately and kind of flying the fish up next to it. It was a pleasure to finally be able to sit in the restaurant. It's seven tables. And there are six seats at the sushi bar. And, um, you know, there's a lot of sushi in Los Angeles, and there are many ways to experience it at many price points. This isn't an expensive and he offers it at a lot of levels. You consider the table and have a four course meal with six or 10 sushi pieces and some small appetizers, pickles and such, and soup in a small dessert for around $100. But the sushi fanatics keep him busy. His omakase stays at the table and at the sushi bar are quite a bit more. We're talking 250 to $350 per person. I think it's a testament to how much the city loves Maury that his restaurant is quite booked. Can you take us through the, um through the experience of eating one of the omakase A menus Tell us some of the highlights for you. Absolutely. He starts diners off with homemade tofu, so sweet and custody and really nothing like the worst examples of tofu that that we all can conjure. Very simple with a bit of freshly grated with subi and some soy sauce. It just kind of settles you right into what's coming. He'll make a beautiful plate called the Sons. I played again. Kind of pulled from Kosecki tradition. They will have a lot of different small tastes with a lot of different textures and different preparations. So, uh, it might be marinated salmon roe that pops in the mouth and slices of abalone with you. Zuko shoe, the the condiment that that includes chili for kind of about Peppery blast. It was summertime. So he had, uh, a beautiful sliver of baby corn, Fresh baby corn, not like the stuff off of salad buffet. Some of us may remember from the seventies and a beautiful delay of salt cured cherry blossoms just really unusual. Um, but beautiful. Kind of again scene setting tastes. He'll have other small dishes, sashimi of Hokkaido scallop, my mound of bigeye tuna tartare, very luxurious with a heap of caviar. On top of it. He used his bigeye tuna, not blue fan. He's he's aware of the environmental concerns as All sushi chefs should be, I think, And soon after that, the procession of nigiri begins. Sounds just so fabulous. Um, Rice is such an integral part of the experience, and he has such a personal relationship with Rice. Um, I know for a while he had invested in a rice farm in Uruguay. Where is he getting his rice from? Now He's gone back to Japan, too. His race right now he is using a Rice from the Ibaraki Prefecture, a kosher curry rice, very subtle and sweet and short, green and it you know, immediately when I put pictures of his sushi on Instagram, people were like Yep, That's the Mori style. It sticks together. But it's not clumpy or gluey. They talk about the perfect temperature for rice being body temperature, and his is almost if you put your hand on the top of your chest, it's that kind of warmth, and it tastes just so good with the cool seafood that he's cut right there. Some of it marinated some of it not. He's never shy with the freshly grated with subi and so it often has, like a real smack that comes through. But there's nothing like that communion. That presence of being with someone who has such a presence like Maury does. And it's funny when I was the national critic for either for almost five years. Every time I came to Los Angeles, I was asking myself what sushi restaurant might be appropriate to put on this short, always very stressful list of the 38 essential restaurants in America that I was tasked. Too, right? And I could never come up with the answer. We have so much great sushi in this town, but at that time on a deer a did not have a restaurant. And when I Finished my meals for this review. The last night. I walked out after being at his sushi bar. I thought this is it. This is the one that if it had been open during that time, I would have put it on the list of 38 essential restaurants in America because it's It's not just how beautiful the sushi tastes. You can get that at a handful of other amazing places here. Sushi that has not just the beautiful contrast between the rice and the fish. But also interesting fish fish that has real flavor and real providence and seasonality. But it's also that Maury understands Los Angeles he he's tuned his meals in a way that I think speak to our palette and his presence. His warmth is something that makes him different from any other. Sushi chef in Los Angeles. Well, thank you very much for assuring that, um many of us will not be able to get in for months to come. Sorry about that persevere. It's worth it. I only got in our cancellation myself. So I got it. Thank you so much, Bill. Thank you, Evan. Bill Anderson is the restaurant critic. For the Times We've been talking about revered sushi Chef more a hero on Madeira's latest act more hero. And now it's that time when we had all the way West to the Santa Monica Farmers market, where our correspondent Gillian Ferguson joins us with the latest on what chefs are shopping for this week in Southern California. This is Julian Ferguson with the market report. It's starting to feel like the last weeks of summer here at the market. The fruit comes and goes so quickly this time of year and I'm happy to be talking with part in today. The chef behind the Cambodian inspired pop up Kim lot who is here buying the late season. Valencia Pride mangoes from.
On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"seven tables" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Of harvest and in-stat volunteer This grandma who is telling the story of removing Her from her grandparents or family community dressed in her finest. And one taken by wagon to a train in albuquerque. We have to cut you off. We'll hear the rest of this when we come back. I'm so sorry about that but we'll be back. This is on point This is on point. i'm meghna chakrabarti. And today we're talking. About the history of indigenous boarding residential schools in canada and the united states and the intergenerational impact. Those schools had in what has subsequently been called acts of cultural genocide on indigenous peoples in both countries. We're going to take a look at what meaningful steps to reconciliation. Look like as well. I'm joined today by cynthia. Wesley eskimo she's joining us from a really on a really ontario. She's chair for truth and reconciliation at lake head university and governing circle chair for the national center for truth and reconciliation at the university of manitoba. Redes- pecos also joins us. He's with us from santa fe. New mexico co director of the leadership institute at the santa fe indian school and former governor of the coach adi pueblo and regis apologize for having to cut you off there right before the break where unfortunately beholden to the clock. But i wanted to give you a chance to finish your story. This story really ends with the ninety eight year old grandma arriving at the senate indian school but similarly won the loneliness of the experiences stories looking out the window every day to see a cloud of dust that might represent her grump coming for her the very heart wrenching and and deeply emotional stories of these elders reflecting upon that time and wondering if they were ever returned home So what strikes me here is as both of you have been saying. There has been long and deep knowledge of what happened at these schools for a couple of centuries almost amongst indigenous families and our collective larger nations and canada and the united states are now only recently beginning to take steps towards full acknowledgement. More broadly and the hard path towards reconciliation. So that's what. I want to talk about now with both of you about what has happened in canada and the united states and what still needs to happen so i just quickly listen to canada's prime minister justin trudeau who apologized to residential school survivors. In two thousand seventeen. It is my hope that in apologizing today in acknowledging the past asking for forgiveness that is a country we will continue to advance on the path of reconciliation. Together so cynthia. That is a statement of apology from the prime minister. But in twenty fifteen two years before that truth and reconciliation commission in canada put forth more than ninety action. Items that the that canada as a nation should take towards actual meaningful reconciliation. How many of those action items. A have been have been undertaken in canada. Actually a significant number. I actually had occasion to talk to the minister crown relations and asked that very question and she tells me that eighty seven percent of the ninety four calls to action that they were given and that prime minister trudeau committed to have actually been some of them being completely fulfilled and many of them are in process of being fulfilled. So she said they actually address eighty seven percent of them. Does that sound from your experience with with indigenous communities. Is that sound like the right number. Is the government putting gloss on their efforts. But i think the. I think it's a little bit of a combination of both because the the the government has to make some very specific steps forward. But they're not responsible for all of them. Many of them are also response The church is responsible The education systems are responsible. The child welfare systems the business community so their job is to actually oversee and ensure that there's something going on in each of those areas. I think that they've done something like the The citizens Oath is one of the things that they've had to respond to very directly. And they have that in the works they've actually given royal assent to the to the The declaration on the rights of indigenous people so there are some very fundamental pieces that have actually been done and the rest of it is really more overseeing so the child welfare piece for instance I did the as minister special representative across the country for three months on on The ministers behalf and the goal is to get the standards changed there and actually provide resources directly to the communities for prevention. So these things don't happen very quickly. Because the communities themselves have to do their part and they have to be ready to receive that and actually put in place to structures. So that's the other thing is happening. They're giving assent to education laws In ontario there's been some massive changes made in education There are now child. Welfare child wellbeing laws that are being put in place by first asian communities right across candidate including from b. all the way and those have to be Approved and put in place and actually funded by the federal government. And so they're working on that as well so it's not something that's in the public domain. The government of canada was complaining about their calm saying they should do better job of it but their job is to actually ensure that these things are moving forward. There's something like. I don't even eighty seven tables or i know how many tables are set up across the country to look at the restoration of jurisdiction authority over resources and government systems. So as those are moving forward. They're not put into the newspapers or any of those places so the communities themselves are responsible and responsive to the government the governor responsive to them and the provincial government has to be engaged as well because the province province in canada are responsible for the lands. So that means you know it does and sort of bigger picture here. I understand that Ninety four sort of really beefy recommendations ninety four calls to actions. They don't happen overnight but it's also been. It's been six years since the truth and reconciliation commission completed. Its work almost going on. What seven years. Now i can do my my math properly. Twenty twenty two. It'll be seven years and it was interesting. Because i just recently read an article in the guardian by a reporter named tara sutter who has reported internationally on a genocides and other countries. And she says you know what a what they what has been. Continuously being revealed in canada reminds her of what she's reported on say in cambodia in decades past but she says in this article that until a few weeks ago the government had completed. Now i should say completed not in process but completed only ten of the recommendations so i just wonder like how do we meaning. How do we really understand like when meaningful progress is being made. I think we. I think we don't really understand it until we actually see healthy. Communities where the addictions rates are are plummeting. Not just changing their actually plummeting where the resources are provided and housing is brought up to code in and better standards..
"seven tables" Discussed on Sportify
"One of the most entertaining because they don't have any breaks at all they just make it there and the next day on the twenty four th they start and go all the way until august. I there's no brick at all even gymnastics nights. Are you kidding me. That's and that's what makes it like. I can't miss any cuando. Twenty four through twenty seven table. Tennis which i also love to watch twenty four. I through the six. That shit is same. Have you watch. Not yes dude. Like they go hardcore never seen so much coordination in my play table. Tennis with my friends and my with pretty much every serve like i. I love table tennis. I really do and i am very competitive but comparative these people. I've never i. I say some people actually at unt in the rec center and they're like on the team for table tennis and it's insane. How fast they go. I can't even keep up. So that's just one where i'm like now. I don't know i've never watched it on tv. I've always watched it reluctance. The olympic table tennis is just insane. I mean it's just it's mind numbing. How quickly they do. Honestly i know once a point is made. They set up pretty quickly again. I would have keeping score. We like wait instant. Replay lease anyway Tennis the twenty four. Th through the first trampoline gymnastics which also love saw that and realized that was the twenty nine through the thirty first. Triathlon is twenty six and twenty seven. We have a break thirty first. Volleyball is the whole damn time. It's the twenty four no breaks but then again it is volleyball Same thing was water. Polo same schedule. I never understand. I will never understand vending water polo. Why things i just can't get into it quite violent. don't like you might drown dislike. It's very intense and it's too intense. I feel like that should not be attends. Maybe not say how may have that. They mounted on rails at the bottom of the pool and no shoot like toward the surface should camera and you can see like people kicking other athletes in the pool to get an open line to sheep. I like mma in the water. With all. i saw the i saw. What is it torpedo. Football or something. Oh my goodness. I have not heard us now okay. So it's like football in the water but okay. They only do it underwater. So oh the net is actually at the bottom of and i've seen go under these foreign and they go on. I was like oh. I didn't know that. Got you die weightlifting. Twenty four twenty eight thirty and then finally wrestling first sentence. But if you were wondering about the schedule which i'm sure you because most people don't know the olympic schedule i hope you know now so this is spotify adam. Thank you for coming on. Thank you for having me gone. I was definitely have you again. Specially wants the olympics that started which is about seven days away cannot wait goatee or saying now. I'm not happy that no fan stance. I'm not. I'm really upset i. I'm still going to be watching it on. Tv even if there were fans but it just creates the olympic atmosphere and are they gonna put in crowd noise. What are they going to. Sort the all the major sports leagues around the world probably fake crowd noise at predetermined decimal. I have to have something. I i must say that jesse just silence. No i know. That's the scenario clips that they had recorded of games. Played them so they could always just take sound from our london off for the swimmers. Fake crowd noise from rio. Tweet sixteen imagine like got hired for that job specifically offered me the job. Oh my god. I go yes the timing so that is it for this episode. Please go catch up on our other episodes and follow me on instagram. Podcast underscore spotify all lower case and i will be back once the olympics starts. I don't know how i will determine that all right. Thanks everyone by atoms..
"seven tables" Discussed on Cards Chat
"I hated those guys growing up. But i still respect and appreciate them very much and just to be a up close with the nba for a couple years. Was something something that i definitely cherish. So i always do think back to that one moment standing there just it sounds really simple just watching those players warm up in the in the other moment that stands out to me rahman at a bit more so in the last year or so and you'll see why is when kobe bryant came to san antonio for his last game at the. At and t. center. They had a press conference with kobe. Like they didn't ever stop that he had. This was basically his retirement tour. And i asked kobe bryant a question and that was cool moment for me and i asked him to describe the relationship that he had with pop How developed over the years in so it wasn't just asking. Kobe bryant a question and having him answer it was that kobe look directly at me that he nodded throughout my question that he gave me such a great answer and kept looking back at me. It was like. I was in the room with kobe. Bryant in that's it like he just eat it just treated everybody so well in that that stands out in my mind to end. We'll always stand out in my mind. Amazing answer definitely my favorite player of all time. I'm sure lotto have that same feeling and yet because i'm from la but just what an amazing person beyond the being amazing basketball player r.i.p koby Switching from sports back to pogo shells and other question here for you. Jeff what is the most memorable moment in poker for you. Whether as a player or broadcaster i think as a player i i have to look back at the two thousand fifteen world series of poker main event whereas somehow someway still not sure how it happened may day six and walking into the real on day. Six with seventy ish players left you start to think you know what this could happen. And you hear that he'll ask right right. Oh you hear the dramatic music and you know just get in the zone and the cameras are following you as you're walking in you get there and they're only six or seven tables laughed in you. Start to think. I could really do this. And my best friend at phone in town. My dad was there a couple of my really good friends from la were there. It's just it started to feel so real. And so that's what stands out to me as far as poker-playing concern for poker broadcasting. It was that opportunity where i got to fill in for care scott last year and unfortunately she couldn't make it to the world series of poker main event than the makeshift main event. That they have so couldn't do it. Maria couldn't do it eventually. Robbie they're going to get to me on their list so they can have a whole list of people. Everybody said no. For whatever reason. And finally i got to do it to be standing there at the world series of poker main event not the world series of poker main event of course but to still be on that set with the espn microphone. I thought you know what this. this is. pretty cool in at certainly take pride in that accomplishment. Even if i was seventeen on their list of ride goto reporters for that moment. Well you know what they say about the last pick in the nba draft. What's that at least. They got drafted drafted running. We go what do our questions from shells with gut..
DAT Poker Podcast
"seven tables" Discussed on DAT Poker Podcast
"Way less likely that you're gonna run into the thing about this stupid game is even if you do so you can still win georgia okay. So because they are so they were happy about the turn out. I looked at that and i. I didn't know what was expected given that you know room. The rune has i think six or seven tables total right so we were concerned. Actually that we'd have overflow into into the room or whatever right it's it's a different envir- it's not. It's not like the wind. Ten k which is going to bring in your. This is a series of events. They're all big buying ends. It brings you know the same kind of clientele is exclusive group for the most part so having like over fifty players for a lot of events or fifty entries was really really good. I think the one that did the best which we were surprised about was the i saw a whole bunch of faces that were not no-limit at us seen all week that just came out for and we had i think sixty five or sixty six about so i was yeah. What was the final table for that it was like elliott lazarus. Thieves like richie. Skylar eric david baker's what years this murder that on david baker came in his ship leader right but the we screwed up the structure and the nolan publicly way too big because they were the same. There were the same. The same blinds. Plus you're posting big by anne and it's an olympic games so this way too big so david. Baker comes as the leader in four hands. We started with no limit. Hold in four hands. He was out. And how did he go out. I jammed the small blind with a pair guide sixes. He called with like ace eight. I one flip. Hey that was early and then you picked up aces against the z. Who had as king and they got it all in and stevie she came out smell like a rose hitting a backdoor flush and poor. David baker had to go to. The real is pretty ugly for him but yeah. It was definitely a throwback like see you know that crew the in the poco if it weren't for if it weren't eric like you would have been the youngest player in that field by i was when we we're four handed i was like i was like wow forty six year old stud so i was mentioning..
Chasing Poker Greatness
"seven tables" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness
"This is such a niche thing. I would just not just send gambling taxation stuff to any old. Cpa they're not gonna know it's like as niches doing law like you're not gonna be facing criminal case and go to a real estate attorney defend you know what i mean so and all that stuff is good too you know it. Just it provides value to your audience. It may not be directly poker but like if you can put something out. There that gives them five k. Checking the bell. That's pretty impactful. Right right right. Probably customer for life. Probably have those guys for life. Yes most likely spree high the opposite question like when you think about pain in your career playing cards. What's the first memory that comes to mind. I you know. I never really had a meant. Well i mean there have been some long there have been some long runs in some long fielded turn it. He's usually tournament poker related to be honest. The okay so there's so much money at the end right. And i had been such large loser in tournaments over the course of my career up until last year when i finished fourth in the monster stack just goes to show you live tournament and that's including six tables before that at wwlp events. I think that that was my seven table. And i was probably stuck like a couple of hundred thousand over of course like fifteen years and also too. I had finished fifteenth in the first millionaire maker. And you know. I had that final table with alex. Jacob it's just like if you don't get in the top three or four there isn't just you know that's where all the money is right. So it's it's related to memories of plays. That i have made in the past that i would never necessarily do now. Like with two tables left in that two thousand seven event like i folded like tends to like a button open and a small blind shove because like i really wanted to get on tv final table and it's just so horrific when you look back and of course i would bus both people but there was something. There was a lot of in me making the table. tv at that time. And if i didn't have made the final tv. I might not even be in this career. Because i wouldn't i wouldn't have been hired by greenstein to do poker..
"seven tables" Discussed on Stephanomics
"All ghibli. We have a different kind of slightly slower but a different kind of paradigm shift. That's happening over. The last few years in regards to china and how the world looks at china and i just wonder whether you feel. Maybe there's a risk that you're actually out of step with that still carrying the flag for a belief that engagement with china and gradual bringing of china into the sort of multilateral liberal economic order was the direction the world was going to take and instead now you have clear competition much more than engagement and a very muscular china. where does your vision. I mean a you. Not changing your approach false enough. Oh well stephanie. I think a watershed moments in canada's relationship with china has been arbitrary detention of michael cove. Reagan michael spor That is the issue for our country when it comes to china. These are two really brave canadians. Who has been detained for. No fault of their own and canadians are really aware of it. Does that change. Your view of what is possible in terms of future policy with china is a country that you can do business with you. Can continue to engage with positivity. Well let's. It is a country that canada and every member of the g seven and the g twenty does business with so that's a reality This is very different from the relationship of the world's democracies with the soviet union for example Where we occupied very separates economics spheres. But you know in the game Turning to that soviet experience of my own I have always believed that. Still shared values are really important and are very important basis or deep international collaboration for canada. Those values our democracy. They are human rights that has also that has been a sea-change in at jesus spending and deficits resident biden's proposed six trillion just under six trillion dollars worth of spending three big packages. You talked about having had your experience in the post-soviet world you saw. We saw their. How incredibly damaging. It was to a society and economy. Sometimes if you lose control of inflation lose control of the economy. Is there a bit of you that that things were being too complacent about spending and borrowing in this area. And it's we're gonna come back to haunt us. Not just not just canada but this this change in the global attitude so no but i am very careful. I am a canadian finance minister so i am surrounded by economists who are very very careful With our numbers with our projections. And i'm canadian too. So that comes naturally to me. And i think it's a good thing and i'm gonna give you an example stephanie In our fall economic statement we predicted a deficit for twenty twenty twenty twenty one of three hundred and eighty one point six billion dollars and we came in at three hundred and fifty four point. Two billion dollars crashes the goody two shoes economy we we we embrace it. Some people say that we are earnest and boring. And i say it's comedian way. It's a good things but by six. Be biden's not this not being cautious. And we know that there are people on all sides including his supporters. Who were worried that the numbers are getting a bit big if the us in cautious and gets into trouble. Canada get sucked into you. Know we talked about paradigm shifts. And what shapes. You're you know how the lessons of the past shape your actions. I would say something that has shaped. My actions are government actions and based on the conversations around the g seven table. I can tell you this is shaping. The actions of many g. Seven ministers is actually the experience of two thousand eight two thousand nine and i think what most g seven countries feel looking back on the response to two thousand eight. Two thousand nine is we didn't do enough and didn't recover soon enough from the two thousand eight two thousand nine recession and it's one reason that i am very focused on driving a fast and robust recovery from the recession canada. Has today we still have. you know. we're glad to have had the ten percent grave in the fourth quarter of last year. But we still have five hundred thousand canadians. Who either don't have a job or working. Fewer fewer than they were before coded that it to me is an economic imperative but also a political imperative to get them back to work all of us politically can reap the whirlwind if we don't if we allow economic hardship to fester and i think a fair criticism of elites you know including financial journalist deletes I was a financial journalist in two thousand and eight. Two thousand nine like stephanie. And i think you know people could quite fairly say In the recovery elites did pretty well pretty quickly but a lot of regular people were left behind for far too long I think it behooves all of us to not let that happen. This time and i remember stephanie. I don't know if anyone ever told you this when we were baby. Journalists at the f. T. but i remember One editor saying to me. You know what the difference is between a recession and depression. It's a depression when a journalists framed loses their job and something. I've been mindful of in. This recession is the kinds of people. Who've you and i know stephanie. White collar people Have absolute than pretty fine You know the worst we've had to deal with is is strain from zoom and certain you know having your kids around the house in them. Struggling from ice rink from zoom to one of my children was doing online school today wearing sunglasses when he said it was because of the glare from screen when we look at the numbers in canada people at the top of the income distribution actually have more money than they did before the crisis. They've been saving money. And i would just urge all of us to remember the case shape also means people at the bottom people who work with their means have suffered a much greater health risks. They're the ones who have lost their jobs and our economies will be if we don't help them but our societies and at the end of the day democracies will be weaker if we don't help them. Chip robert mcfarland the british author. He's written about insight different context. He writes about called under land he talks about. I'm burials and he's actually talking about you. Know in the arctic circle where things have become unburied peop- by climate change. That people thought we're going to be buried for hundreds of years. I sort of feel like there's been masses of burials jakovic covert you know things come unto the surface that we sort of knew were there. I mean slightly with your if you were still journalistic and you think about the things that have been revealed by kevin. Maybe permanently changed in. What's the book that you would be writing. What do you think is the most significant thing about this whole period..
New Jersey 101.5
"seven tables" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"38 with the Minsky and Doyle Governor Murphy's major announcement today, made in collaboration with New York and Connecticut, is that things are gonna be opening up. A restaurant specifically could go to 100% with precautions either have to have 16th of distance or Plexi glass separating the tables. In order to reach that 100%. Yeah, because obviously a lot of places the way they're gonna be set up if you maintain six ft between tables Moves, whatever then, right, you're not going to really get to 100%. But that's their solution. Well, then put plexiglass up, So I just looked this up now. I don't know if this is still current because this is several months old, but What I'm looking at is, um it used to be for just one square foot of plexiglass that it would be about $10 per square foot, but because there became this high demand for Plexi glass He was going for upwards of $30 per square foot. So if you even just had, like three ft by three Ft. I mean, right, $90. Her plus installation. Three ft by three FT. Well, wait, How many square feet? You mean? Like, nine square feet? Yeah, Yeah. $270. Yeah, $270, And that's just the material So you and you would figure you would need at least something like nine square feet. Between between seven tables could cost thousands of thousands of dollars. So yeah, What? I don't know. What do you think? Is he trying? Are you giving him any credit? Is this a win? Or is this way too little too late? Tell us, John and Manchester you're on New Jersey One of 1.5. Yeah, I agree with Jefferson Way too little way too late, especially to the hundreds of small restaurants that couldn't weather the storm. Um and as far as him making his announcement this week Since it's May 19th that he's actually gonna do it. Obviously, he could have done it last week. Yeah. Oh, I think so. You know what he's going to say, John. He's going to say over the metrics changed. The transmission rate went down, but I mean, it was all heading that way anyway, and there was nothing in sight to indicate that it wasn't keep going to keep improving. So, yeah, I think he got backlash last week, and I think this was more of a political decision. Yeah, well, he said that it was not based on politics was based on the data because you know it's the right thing to do so it's impossible for a politicians and not based on them. On, uh, on politics in an election year, John, Thanks for your call. Mary Ann Hamilton. You're on New Jersey One of 1.5. I believe that is too little, too late. I believe that he destroyed this state. I believe that he's given us a fake reward, because honestly, You know you're not going to tell the difference. It doesn't even feel like there were restrictions. So he's given us a reward that looks as though one open it back up, But it's going to be exactly how it is now. I went in the store. When I want the people. We were pretty much In the door. No one was counting us. We did what we wanted. We got out what we wanted, so it's no different, but psychologically. I feel like he's just manipulating us over open, innit? You like everything is closed. Like people. Businesses have closed down. So so what's the benefit with the Hary about? I don't get it. Just me personally. And you know you you just touched on this. When was the last time that you were in a store where you noticed some worker was actually taking a head count of those coming and leaving. No, not not since last year Like Cindy, Yeah, definitely last year, so it is. I don't see what the difference is going to be A. I think it's really just political and He'd just taken me. I'm sorry. I feel like that, but and you know, And it's funny because I know that certain bars and restaurants have had Hellfire rained down upon them, you know, for breaking some of these protocols. But I can't remember reading any stories about the state fining the failure of, you know, head counting for capacities and places like Wal Mart or Target or the grocery store or grocery stores yet? No, nobody's been counting those people and look how crowded some of these aisles have been. I mean, that's another question I would like to ask. I mean, there's this kind of like Is this kind of giving us something that part of it is that just handing us a gift that we already had anyway? Because I don't think they were complying anyway. Annie and East Brunswick, you're under Jersey one a 1.5. Hi. Um, so I am a old time teaching, but part time server. I've been doing this for like, 10 years working like three shifts a week. Um, and I just have to speak for Mr Lewis perspective and just hope that people can be patient with us as we do go up to 100%. You know, we're running his restaurant inside outside patios tense. What the scene Lana staff. We had 50%. So just, you know a government reputation. As these restaurants are getting back to normal. That's all that I can ask of the server. In the restaurant where you work, Will you be able to get close to 100% while maintaining social distance? Well, A lot of the tables that were previously inside are now under our tent, so I'm not sure. Yeah, I don't know. Time, Annie. Thanks for your call, and another major story That's been going on is a lot of places. They're having a hard time finding people to work Right now..
WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"seven tables" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"It's time for a green party. Connor Green is in this morning, which means it's a Green party and we did this story yesterday for stunt to a news. This kid in Arizona didn't want to go to the tire shop yet again for works. We faked his own kidnapping, complete with calling the authorities and they're being taken to the hospital and then realizing you have no injuries. And so Connor is here to tell us the three best things about faking your own kidnapping. Connor, take it away. All right. D a number one is the most simple of them all. You just get the day off. You know, sometimes you don't feel like going to work. You're tired. Maybe you had a little too much to drink the night before and you just can't do it. So why use one of your vacation days? Save those for the summer. Instead you get some duct tape. You get some zip ties. You get a Sharpie and pretend you have a black eye and bam! Enjoy the day. Take a load off. You can sit down. Watch some daytime TV, Maybe a little Jerry Springer crack open a nice cold Capri sun. You conduce you whatever you would like. And you know, back in the day I was a cabana boy at the beach, A cabana brochure and I prefer to be called a cabana man. But that's neither here nor there Some days it would be scolding hot. You're sweating. You're tired. And then some guy would show up with a family of four. And for some reason, he would need 12 umbrellas, 25 chairs and seven tables and I have no idea why. I wish I knew. Then what I know now now, I wouldn't know what to do. They say Hey, Connor, can you come in tomorrow? Now? Sorry. I have plans to get kidnapped. I can't do it. What about next Wednesday? Sorry. No, I'm feeling a hostage situation coming on. I can't come in. Being bang boom. I'm out of work. And instead of working at the beach, I'm hanging out on the beach with a pinnacle autumn. Be a man. I'm feeling a.
Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"seven tables" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"A green party. Connor Green is in this morning, which means it's a green party. And we did this story yesterday for stunt to a news. This kid in Arizona didn't want to go to the tire shop yet again for works. We faked his own kidnapping. Complete with calling the authorities and they're being taken to the hospital and then realizing you have no injuries. And so Connor is here to tell us the three best things about faking your own kidnapping. Connor take it away. All right. D a number one is the most simple of them all. You just get the day off. You know, sometimes you don't feel like going to work. You're tired. Maybe you had a little too much to drink the night before and you just can't do it. So why use one of your vacation days? Save those for the summer. Instead you get some duct tape. You get some zip ties. You get a Sharpie and pretend you have a black eye and bam! Enjoy the day. Take a load off. You can sit down watch some daytime TV. Maybe a little Jerry Springer crack open a nice cold Capri sun. You conduce you whatever you would like, and you know, back in the day I was a cabana boy at the beach Cabana burst, and I prefer to be called a cabana man. But that's neither here nor there Some days it would be scalding hot. You're sweating. You're tired. And then some guy would show up with a family of four. And for some reason, he would need 12 umbrellas, 25 chairs and seven tables and I have no idea why. I wish I knew. Then what I know now now, I wouldn't know what to do. They say Hey, Connor, can you come in tomorrow? No. Sorry. I have plans to get kidnapped. I can't do it. What about next Wednesday? Sorry. No, I'm feeling a hostage situation coming on. I can't come in. Being bang boom. I'm out of work. And instead of working at the beach, I'm hanging out on the beach with a pinnacle autumn. Be a man. I'm feeling a hostage situation coming up Con agreeing Cabana man, It's coming. The theater's director blew right, actually. A.
NPR News Now
President Trump, Justin Trudeau and NPR discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from NPR news, Washington on trial Snyder, Air Force One due to arrive in a few hours in Singapore where prime minister Lisi and long says millions being spent to host the summit between President Trump and North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN is worth it. I think it's a plus. It costs money to put up resources, not is a lot of effort for our security people. There's a lot of effort for comes people as well. While President Trump's airplane has yet to touchdown, Kim Jong own is already in Singapore. He was greeted at the airport today by the country's foreign minister trumping camera due to meet Tuesday on the island resort of cintos. While on the flight to Singapore, President Trump up into the g. seven summit accusing Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau of acting meek and mild only to attack the US news conference. Dan carpenter reports at Trump tweeted that he will not endorse the group's final statement hours after he left the summit Trump denounced Troodos criticism of the steel and aluminum tariffs. He said, based on Trudeau statements during his final news conference and the fact that candidate is charging massive tariffs to US farmers workers in companies. He told his representatives not to endorse the final communicate and to look at automobiles flooding. The US market has not clear what Trump's tweet. It's will leave the latest attempts to find trade peace. But Trudeau's office says, the prime minister has said nothing. He hasn't said before to Trump in his final communique. Trudeau had said there was broad agreement on twenty eight items including local trade, artificial intelligence, middle-class growth, innovation girls, education, and defending democracies from foreign threats. For NPR news. I'm Dan carpenter into Ronco Russian President. Vladimir Putin says he's ready to meet with President Trump spoke today at a regional summit in China saying, he agrees with Trump's concern about a renewed arms race. He was also asked about President Trump's suggestion that Russia's should have a seat at the seven table saying Russia did not choose to leave the g. seven and would be happy to host the group in Moscow. Russia was pushed following pushed out following the annexation of Crimea for years ago, search and rescue operations, ongoing in Guatemala after the massive volcanic eruption NPR's Windsor Johnston reports on more than one hundred people dead nearly two hundred others remain missing. If Waco volcano exploded one week. Ago burying villages with thick ash and molten lava since then, volunteers have been working to provide medicine water and food to thousands of survivors. Now, living in shelters, go to a barrow with World Vision. Wata. Malla says, mental health professionals are also counseling families left devastated by the eruption team of more than twenty people specialize in psychology that are helping to shelters to make this friendly spaces. So children can relieve the trauma of the strategy, but also to work with the parents to heal this this process, the US announced last week. It was sending emergency aid and financial resources to support relief efforts. You're listening to NPR news. The first actress to play a bond girl has died Eunice case in was ninety years old. She I played Sylvia trench and Dr. No, and reprieves the role in from Russia with love bond movie producers, Michael g Wilson and Barbara, but Kohli noted Gheysens bond connection on. Twitter. This weekend gazing began her career on stage in a production of the sound of music. Horse racing has its thirteenth triple crown. Winner justify won this weekend's. One hundred fiftieth Belmont Stakes from member station w. s. h. u. Charles lane reports at justify became a sensation because of his highs and ability to overcome inexperience. Prior to loading into the stark h justify pranced eagerly before the cheering crowd ears prick Dennis shoulder coats, sweaty, deep into the home, stretch grandstands rumbled longshot con hausky nipped at justifies heels, but could never catch up when justify cross. The finish line spectators were seen weeping. Bob Baffert is justifies trainer thing. Everybody wants to see this happen because the he such as a beautiful horse and he's just it's like, pass me to win. I mean, he just so tough and and just you just imposing horse. The last horse to win the triple crown was American pharaoh in two thousand fifteen who was also. Trained by Baffert for NPR news. I'm Charles lane at Belmont Park in New York to Tennyson men's final at the French Open set to get underway today. Veteran Rafael, Nidal playing Dominy tame a twenty four year old Austrian in his first grand slam title match. I'm trial Snyder. This is NPR news from Washington.