25 Burst results for "Tari"
Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"tari" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"I told herring last week who told me voted for sharp or for smart, I was like, that was, you were the victim of misinformation. A Russian Facebook op got Marcus smart. Defensive player of the year. Wow. Okay, so that's your number four, number 5. That was your number 5. That's number 5. All right, tell me your number four. Number four Joel embiid and we are ejecting James Harden from the duo and going with tyrese maxi. Number four, I'm sorry, man. Blown away by maxi preseason highlights. What is this? I don't want to overreact to the NBA playoffs, but NBA pre season. Highlights. Yeah, exactly. Yeah, tari east future all NBA guy down there in Houston. No, maxi he's fearless and he's gotten better each year and if that continues this year, he's going to be an all star because 15 to 20% better than what he was a year ago is like a really, really good player. The question is, can he ever be average on defense? I don't know if he can get there. But if he can, he's just going to be a full on superstar. And I love him as a pint sized sidekick to Joel embiid. This is more about how much I enjoy watching those two together than it is about them being better than Jason Tatum and jaylen Brown. If I'm a GM, I take Tatum and Jalen, but as a fan, give me maxi and Joel embiid. I mean, I love maxi. I think he's already so much better than Tyler hero, someone who I for some reason just continue to dump on on this podcast. Max is very good. A lot of people are already coming out with fatigue that max he's the second best player on the sixers. I'm interested to see how that shakes out in the backcourt this year. Also what it's going to be like if embiid and PJ Tucker are good enough defensively to cover up for major maxi and harden minutes together in the playoffs is going to be interesting, but I like where your head is at, dude. You're like, you're like, give me the pure hoovers, you know? That's what I'm about, man. You'd be great on the ball, don't stop podcasts. Oh, God. Sure. I'm willing to hop on whatever. That wants to happen. Not all representation is good representation. I just need that. Okay. Ice cold for row. Who's your number four? My number four is Giannis attempt at kumpo and drew holiday. Oh. Interesting. Okay, make the case. I mean, it's the Greek freak we saw with him and drew did it together last year taking the Celtics to 7 games and they probably win if they have like the third best player on the team's not Bobby portis. I mean, no shade to Bobby portis, but brook Lopez is creaky back. They've poured us west Matthews, who played his ass off, but is also like in his mid 30s. Grayson Allen inexplicably still starting every game, even though he was terrible. Oh my God. Yeah. Yeah, I think drew, I would rather have true than Middleton, even though Middleton is obviously very, very, very good. Just that sequence drew had at the end of
Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"tari" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"Saw that and I was like, you know, I think I'm all set. This whole Brooklyn experiment. I would like to see KD do well. Aesthetically, I still love watching both of those guys, but I have to penalize them for just how unbearable they've been. What's the opposite of a symbiotic relationship? Do you remember when you learn about that in science? And it's like, these two organisms show me together to make things better. What's the opposite of that? That's them. Yeah, dragging each other down, right? Destruction. That's Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving. Okay. I think that's accurate. Okay, so those are my meanest cuts because obviously both Katie and Kyrie and CP three and Booker have a claim to like top 5 status. The duos watchlist is another category. So I'm sorry. Franz Wagner. Yes, Franz and Paolo down in Orlando. I'm keeping my eye on those guys. I think if we did this next year, certainly the next two or three years, they are going to have a spot in the top ten. It's going to be very fun to watch those guys play off each other. Jalen Greene and tarry Eason in Houston, tari Eason loving what I'm seeing from him in the pre season. There's always one guy in the preseason that everyone gets so ridiculous about. I've seen heat fans tweeting about how Nikola jovic needs to be the backup 5. And now it's rocket stands. It's like jabari Smith is right there, but it's like no, it's tar Eason. Okay. Tari east looks like he's trying to tear the rim off the basket every time he dunks it, love anybody who plays basketball that way. And Jalen green, I think could average like 30 a game in Houston. I can't even imagine how bad the rockets are going to be on defense, but I'm excited about year two Jalen green. And cade Cunningham and Jaden ivy in Detroit. I think Jade nivy is probably a year or two away from being fully weaponized and unleashed on the league, but Kate is ready now to go. I'm putting Taylor Marvin Bagley on my duo's watch list. Wow. I am believing. I'm believing in Bagley. I had Marvin Bagley on my two K team. I think I've told this story before on the pod. When he was, it was before he was actually in the NBA, but I had one of those user created rookie classes, and I was just killing it with Marvin Bagley, so I'm going to big fan ever since. And then I told him that in person, we did like a pre draft interview, and I was like, by the way, you're killing it at center on my two K team. Can you dominate it? I could tell he loved it. So I'm still in on Bagley, dude. I'm so mad. I respect the Bagley loyalty so much. Did you create the rookies or was it generated by some nerd out there on the Internet?
"tari" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Thought it was just a kind of dogged solid grinding out result that sent me on you needed. It was interesting. One Ali, this was a jagged sorry. This kind of felt almost a little Ronald cumin esque. That's not a good thing, by the way, just in case you were wondering, that is not a good thing. What we saw from Barcelona today is essentially the same thing that we saw from them against Majorca and the weekend, playing against a better team in inter with better players that can hurt you on the counter. Now, this low possession of Barcelona. How much they just kind of walk the ball off the field and then eventually walk the ball across to the belly for him to go and potentially one V one situations. But because you're walking the ball up, it was never one V one. It was always to be one. It was always Michelangelo who would bracket them belly down the right hand side. And then to the Craig was just making not only does he overcomplicate his decisions, sometimes you just can't make sense of his decisions. There are moments in which was one of the melee can look like the best player in the world. And then there's the first half today where he looks like the worst player in the world. But to be fair to him, he's the only player from Barcelona who's willing to take somebody on. We never saw anything going on from the left hand side, which then limited Barcelona to everything happening down the right. It was easier to defend because then interwood shift over, and we never, ever, ever, ever did we ever see runs coming out of the midfield. Late runs run out of the midfield with garvey with Pedro. Guys breaking through lines and appearing inside it in your box. So it all became services into the box that the center backs were already expecting, and they were just saying, all right, swing it in here, we'll come and attack the ball, clear the danger and go on the counter. It's interesting in Robert, despite all the possession that basa had, you could argue that Tessa was the busier of the two goalkeepers. Yeah, he didn't have too many safes to make, but I thought inter looked a threat on the counter attack and that goes back to what I've said on many occasions that Eric Garcia made too many bad decisions. He got too tight to people. So when the ball was played forward and the goalkeeper did that quite often when Barcelona were trying to impress he just chipped it over the midfield areas into the front two and Eric Garcia either gave away fails or got rolled or made bad decisions. And Christensen, I don't think it's a particularly dominant center half either. So that was a problem for Barcelona, but going back to Ali's point and Craig's point into bars like, yeah, you can have possession and you can allow it to go out to dembele and as well he said, Mika tari and doubled up with Demarco when they played it back to Sergio Roberto instead of him whipping the next ball in. He played square. And I think rafinha found himself in a position where he couldn't get at people because they played almost Alonso as the outside left and played three at the back at times and rafinha I thought should have gone out to the right hand side much earlier on in the games. He's probably spent about 5 minutes there and then was taken off. Where's this into side domestically robbo? They would have got lost four games already this season. They did everything and executed it really well today. Well, they've got three center halves so I think an excellent player. And they haven't always played a cherry's been in the side instead of the fry in recent weeks. Screening out, I think it's one of the best defenders in Europe. The rise
Game Theory Podcast
"tari" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"You can handle the ball, he can pass it. He can shoot it. There's just a lot of skill there that has a chance to translate to the NBA level. He also just turned 18 in June. He was on that U 19 World Cup, had some standout performances. Had 26 points 13 rebounds against Argentina. 28.76 assists versus Japan. Just a big playmaking, scoring, fundamentally sound type of package to him. Knows how to use his length and opaque spins to free himself because he doesn't really have the bursty first step, but confidence game. He kills you if he's left open. Can run to start the break a little bit too. Item 18. I don't want to pick off here. Okay. You are up at number 18. I am, and I'm going back to the SEC. I'm going to the Bayou, I am taking tari Eason from LSU. I was convinced I was going to be the one to take Atari, but I am. I'm glad that you've done so. I'm looking at the next 12 picks and I think this is the guy 6 foot 8 transfer from Cincinnati from Pacific Northwest played with Jane McDaniels of high school for his junior year, so I've been able to watch him a lot. Mobile up and down big. He's a medicine transition as the multiple players he's put on posters, kind of test to. He's urging 17 points to separate rebounds off the bench, which is a choice. At 24 and 12 versus Tennessee, almost a block and a half a game, a steal and half a game. He's fluid off the bounce. He controls his body and balance and can get up above the rim. The shot is sort of a shot put from his shoulder. There's some progression also with him during the year, has to get a little bit higher, a little bit more comfortable. I'm anti drafting big. So I stayed a little bit unless it's this two way athletic cozy player. And I think that's who he is. If he develops his left hand a little bit more too, he's very, very right handed. He's going to keep getting better. He's gotten significantly better from high school to Cincinnati to now at LSU. If he stays on this path, it's a fair pick number 18. Yeah, one thing that a couple people have now mentioned to me is just to strength like he is really strong..
Rise and Thrive Show
"tari" Discussed on Rise and Thrive Show
"And cleaned it out like like dentistry. Sometimes i think forgiveness work is like plumbing and sometimes i think it's like dentistry we work. Those are great metaphors. Explain the plumbing one. I love that. Well it's like a you know. A person is trying to open up and get some energy flowing gets inspiration and some life force and some light into their life again but the channel is plugged. It's black it's plugged with old. Tari appeals and hair hairballs. Yeah it's just all plugged up and so you know. Sometimes people come to me. They say you know. I used to believe in god and used to pray and used to feel like god was there but now i pray and i don't think anyone's there if not the god wet anywhere god is still there but there are connection. There channel all plugged up and The process of forgiveness is like the liquid plumber of the spiritual life. It's just it. It's dissolves that hairball and that old stuff in 'em moves. It moves it right along so that your life force can flow again. Those are the water can come through again. So yeah it's like okay. You have kind of a you have a rotten thing going on in your mouth and it hurts and you know you should make an appointment and get to the dentist and take care of that. Maybe it's going to require extraction or a root canal or something and you're putting it off thinking it's gonna hurt it's gonna hurt and yeah you know it's going to hurt a little bit of discomfort. We'll have some discomfort. But i like to feel that you know having done thousands of forgiveness sessions and seeing that they always work and finding my way with helping people a relaxed into it and do it. it's like modern dentistry. His like you know what it's like her a little bit so we'll discomfort but you're gonna feel better afterwards. You're going to be glad you made that dental appointment. You're going to be.
Wellness and Wanderlust
"tari" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust
"As i'm starting to get a little bit more consistent in the gym again to or at least now in my living room gym but i am noticing that as much as i hate myself leading into doing it a little bit still. I am finding that it gets me through my day better. I handle stress better. And i really do feel like it kind of moves through me even if i do kind of an angry workout i feel much better by the end of it. Oh absolutely energy wants to move. Yeah i'd love to know a little about your experience with ricky to. It's that i haven't experienced personally at. Its thing i've been very curious about Lunch how that played into that healing journey for you will. Yes i as. I said earlier was going to investigate in be open to anything that could potentially help me heal. And so ricky is energy medicine in it does use a really skilled practitioner will tell you that you have energy that is stuck in a certain area. And it's typically right on for me. I had a visualization once. Before i went to a rookie session that that sort of like tari you know energy in my gut and and so she said what's going on with your got. It looks all tari like you're eight on. Yes so. I'm axa very in tuned to visualizations that. I've been very intuitive. That way for a long time and i was drawn to it probably because of my intuition but it you will feel some relief of of the the stressful energy that you know it's not a one and done like taking a shower while it is like take a shower because you have to your energy shifts and changes all day long so having someone sort of moved big stuff out help you move. The big stuff out is really. What what the intentive. ricky is. incredible. It's something that i've been meaning to try. And so at some point i'm going to set up a session. I'm just amazed at how we carry these emotions and traumas in everything in our bodies. Because i certainly do..
The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast
"tari" Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast
"Your disease specialist Things that can be helpful to making sure that your medication regimen is correct or optimal. I guess you could say Sometimes we ask our patients if off times are occurring for example in our before your next dose. Sometimes we will recommend moving the dose earlier so that you don't go completely off a that can be helpful. Sometimes we will recommend taking a half tablet of for example a cinema or condo believable the immediate release in chewing it About either an hour half an hour before your next dose depending on how long you been. How long you're wearing off. Times are to bridge you a little bit until your next dose. Some people will recommend Taking your dopamine or the replacement thirty minutes before thirty minutes after a meal 'cause sometimes protein Can compete with the absorption of the dopamine from the lever dope that you're taking in and so in order to help with that make sure that they're not competing with each other. We try to make our meals a little bit further apart From the actual medications themselves. Sometimes what others can do as What could be considered is taking a longer acting formulation of the leave adobo. For example there is cinematic. Immediate release or i are. That's what many of my patients are on. They also have a cinema see. Our which is a continuous release however the continuous released. The reason why people don't take that usually as their main lever dople replacement is because it can be unpredictable. Unfortunately but it's supposed to be slowly release throughout the day. So you end. Your a neurologist could consider taking a continuous release earlier in the day in having it slowly released and then taking immediate release on top of that another thing with that there is also a formulation that has both the a type of immediate release in the controlled release of liba called right. tari This is a newer medication that is on the market for the past couple of years and people seem to a like that because it gives you the boost that people usually a at least explain or look for with the intermediate release of carbon..
The Science of Happiness
"tari" Discussed on The Science of Happiness
"Good for your costs of healthcare. And let's check mike. Yes yeah second. One is it. Does it make you a better community member. You know just helping people and most of them do. And i think we're adding a third going forward which is a good for the environment so at the psychological level it enhances tendencies that make us less costly citizens for our healthcare system. More environmentally friendly you know and people are increasingly knowing that and hopefully our show can be a little part of adapting these hard times. Yeah so the idea is that we try these different positive psychology practices. And it's like training you know for our brain like people are training for a marathon. I will never run. Unless someone's chasing me. But that was an example. And just based on you know all the research out there. I mean what he gleaned from your own experience of not only teaching this at uc berkeley but really incorporating it into your life. Yeah i grew up with no religion. And i grew up raised by counterculture parents. And so we didn't. Have you know the traditional ceremonies and rituals that you know mainstream. America relies on but my parents gave me these kinds of practices. Like let's go backpacking or let's all listen to music really intentionally and find what moves us or let's think about inspiring people and awe and these practices to me flow out of contemporary of traditions. But they're like a set of physical exercises that you should at least have two or three that you can have with you and for me. It's look at the world to find them all know how to breathe and then think about some gratitude and i would say giving you know just like any chance you can give always give we'll decker kellner. Thank you for being a guest on your own. Show the science of happiness. Thanks for having me suga. And i am schuch account tari filling in for dr because fewer task himself questions. It would be really weird on next. Episode of the science of happiness to girls became best friends in high school through their shared. Faith found in a pentecostal church and then one of them came out as queer. So put it all in a very blunt way. Like hannah was saying that i was going to hell like people who require. We're going to hell. And so my best friend. It felt.
"tari" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"Being grey areas would really gonna play but could traverse what baby for so macabre and go up and get a strong cash. Doug tari caller times. Yeah and i'm not saying anything. Mccall hopkins obey tari two point higher. That's unreasonable tyreek. Airways a generational talent in terms of state. I'm running as well like the whole package. I don't want it to save and say oh sorry was spayed. He's the package it'd be nice to see moco. Now take that step up. You weeks really make their position design. And i'm looking forward to same type of buzz week around macau. The next week will say was nice to see chavarria ward attorneys head when he did yes on that play. I've never seen a chief quarterback do that before business crazy like how you just get you tiniest thing in and chase camping you only. Oh you're seeing is on the tiniest improvement but it's an improvement and the improvement means that your team is getting better like any haroo page is such a tiny little thing by is ward managing to tiny's head but those are the type of things that could make a difference in game. Just simple like kenya is on the ball and making a play on the boo. Potentially that could eventually lead to into for we now is like. He's such small improvements. They talk about older time chase getting better every day and if we can see that throughout cheese cameras the chase cam go on forever. Preseason games rolling into the season then and an upgraded version of the two thousand twenty cheese going into put two thousand twenty one as something to get really excited about. Yes you can sit there and say every team going to improve it. That's not true. It just doesn't happen that we see every year teams guard from good combat's good if the cheese can be a good thing and become a great team than it is older potential sabet really special season and little things i in verse world. Turn his head on a roemer. Pause is just steal the thing took john another takeaway that we got. That is the fact that the seemed to be working on screens and short passes including collided with select. It looks to be a new focus. We've mentioned this on previous podcast that we didn't understand why c h was was never kind of involved not short game and yes we've got a generational talent in impact homes and you wanna look for the yod bombs for sure without without but to to move up ball and to move those chains. I.
Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine
"tari" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine
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"tari" Discussed on No Agenda
"You put that into a tree and sits nutri until the tree is cut and cut up and taken to the mill. I'm probably on in this room. That's ever ridden a carriage. What carriages but a carriage is a piece of equipment in a mill on which the log is set. A person Drives a carriage back and forth and saws it into logs. Now that's all well and good. The the song can be a one two types either. Circular saw on a small mill or more likely. A large band saw that goes probably to the roof here and down again. It's about an inch and a half wide and in double what happens when the saw hits this spike is what happens in a war when a handgrenade goes off shrapnel goes every direction it destroys the saw be at a band saw be it a circular saw and it will break this. Also in the shrapnel it will it will either kill or injure anyone that is within range of the shrapnel. That's what tree spiking. So why do you put this in a tree. You put this in a tree to kill somebody. it's not putting for fun. It's not a sunday school prank. You put this in a tree to kill somebody john. You have my attention this either. No not a joke joke. He's just so it's really terrorism. It's a form of terrorism. That's where they used to be called bioterrorists. And that's what this woman who was involved with terrorist terrorism. Tari bioterrorism's cova. Yeah we got all kinds of terrorism going on so let's listen to you. If wrap this get decided away and then we'll go into the punch line which is coming up but this is part to this little longer. This guy is not happy with this appointment But it's she looks like she's gonna get in anyway. Let's go that. When i studied forestry most of you know we didn't even study this because it didn't exist back. When i was in forestry school it was only when equal terrorism and particularly that involved with the national forests hit its peak that some genius came up with this idea of how to kill people that are working in the in the forest industry. That's what tree. Spiking is some of my friends that i've talked with in congress. Well she made a mistake thirty years ago. This is not a mistake. This was this is a knowing willful. Intentional act done with a black abandoned and malignant heart intended to kill a fellow. human being. This is not a mistake. A mistake is when reach your stock door in the morning and take out. Two socks don't match. This is an intentional. For which people are sent to prison and should be. These spikes were put in the trees in the post office. Seal in idaho and they're still there the forest service can't take them out. I asked him. They got plans for take him out of this. There's no way to take these spikes out of three. We can't we don't know which trees that are in. Those are still in a tree sometime as time goes on and all this gets lost. It's entirely possible. One of those trees is still going to kill somebody. Well she wrote the letter. And i'm not gonna read the letter in full because it's laced with obscenities but she said that this letter is being sent to notify you that the post office sale in idaho has been a spiked heavily. project required that eleven of us. Eleven of us spent nine days. God awful weather conditions spiking.
Salt City Gamescast: A Video Game Podcast
"tari" Discussed on Salt City Gamescast: A Video Game Podcast
"Incredible stuff anyway. As everyone's aware thousand dollars of royal start saving really bury the lead there like feature products fifty one hundred two hundred five hundred. Nine hundred dollars is the club. The fifty eight hundred two hundred and five hundred gift cards towards the one product. Yeah that's not including the cartridges. But apparently you can mentally recurring the order the packs. That shoot the fucking thing. That's a thousand dollars to never hit it because you still need the packs to load into tari tari gated anyway. So my friend who has diabetes eat measures. Pletcher was hanging out here getting late as you know. My wife's a baker lost sugar. Yeah all that stuff and he'd been having some stuff like i don't know the logistics. If you're a diabetic like how much you can have in something like that. But i know that deeper into the night after the makharadze brought out sugar cookies that she made and he uses like fuck and she put them down at andrews. Just like you're gonna kill by husband and he literally looked at the sugar cookies pulled out. His kit gave himself shot. This is like all right. Let's do it so he was literally micromanaging and is like taking the poison and taking the hanadova like at the same time yet and i was like this is doing. Let's sit down that i like that. That's fucking commencement. shit heels. A very funny absolutely hilarious didn't..
"tari" Discussed on TechStuff
"Everybody in welcome to textile production from iheartradio. Hey there and welcome to tech stuff. I'm your host. Jonathan strickland of an executive producer with iheartradio and love all things tech. And because we are taking today off as a holiday. I thought that i would rerun an episode to give myself and more importantly my super producer. Tari little bit of a holiday break. So what you are about to hear is an episode that we actually published february of last year This is an episode called fire starter. It's about the the the development of matches primarily and i thought it was appropriate because we just had the fourth of july weekend so that typically involves lots of stuff like fireworks and grilling and things like that stuff where matches might come in handy. So here's an episode about the development of matches and also got gotta gotta warn you This episode has a special guest Ala mona who is a matchmaker. Had the georgia renaissance festival Who also helps with the episode. It is a little silly and if you if you cringe easily at silly humor just quick warning up front. That's gonna happen in this episode but you will learn about the evolution of matches which is pretty fascinating stuff filled with lots of dangerous chemistry so hope you enjoy and i hope you had a happy and safe fourth of july weekend today. We're going to talk about fire. It somebody say phya. No god no ladies and gentlemen. I've been blessed with a special guest today. would you please introduce yourself to all these nice people. i'm alimony mettler. And i'm a matchmaker that i didn't quite understand what matchmaking entailed so i'm quite good at starting fires for those who do not know. I have a sordid history with the georgia renaissance festival and it was there. I believe where my path i crossed with. That of allah mona's The village matchmaker and I guess it's only fitting that for this episode. I have a pyro enthusiast. Join us for the show so alimony. thank you for being here. Thank you for having me. Unit quite familiar. I can't quite put my matchstick on it but if you see a lot of faces at the festival i'm i'm sure they're alive..
Blogging the Boys
"tari" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"I can see the idea that like. He is not as bad as everyone makes them out to dry. In that sense. He's underrated but he's also not good so so that needs to be said. Okay still shot up to connor williams. He's in a contractor. So maybe this year he'll like really you know that this is his time. Whatever i'll go first on defense. I think i don't know who you're gonna pick but i think this is our last newbie because it's impossible to pick an shadow bobby again. He wanted to go with jalen. Smith here and i was like dude but in the same in the same context of like. He's he's just because like if you're talking about how bad people think players are people act like jalen doesn't know how to play football like even i can literal sense. He's not that bad. So i do understand that argument. But that's not my answer. I went with brent urban new player for the cowboys. Obviously We've talked about. Pf have a couple of times here not super high here but pf has twenty second ranked interior defender last year. Which is higher than any cowboys player was going to offer a nice. You know bit of versatility again. I'm super jealous of fletcher cox. I wish the cowboys would highly prioritize. The defensive tackle position but brent urban does bring something you know legitimate and they've been struggling there forever. Obviously last year they signed. Joe mccoy never got off the ground on tari pope loop and in their face But brent and there's nobody else that's really underrate. This was a hard one very definitely not easy there. I don't think anyone is really underrated on the dallas cowboys. Defense like not really. You know made for that but i think urban albany say on him. I think it's a very boring thick by you. But i can't say anything about it's probably right. I don't know. I don't know what tom dot br urban given that he's new i the only thing i can tell you about him is like i've seen his name on injury reports before. I guess i don't know the i have another newbie. I i was gonna originally go with randy gregory just because i think underrated from perspective of like he hasn't been on the field and like he hasn't been available. But what. I want to pause you there because this is just like Like self therapy now like you know espionage in another. That's been asian person. I did a video last week on our youtube channel by the way people can watch the ware interview there too if they would like to We we're thinking about doing some indices mix tape stuff. They're just pay attention there. But anyway i talked about the state of the cowboys defense events and i basically said look and this is true. It is completely awesome. How the cowboys have supported randy gregory. And how he is on the path to his own personal victory. All of that is totally true and a huge. You know awesome story. But i think it's incredibly risky of them to count on him. As their primary defensive end opposite of democracy that was my only point. And all these people somebody was like. Oh dude watch out fifteen sacks randy gregor this year. He's had have sex in his career. So far i mean like i'm and i'm hopeful that he you know proves them to be right for having that football beliefs. He's proven there from humanity standpoint already And again that story is great but with regards to just the football. It's just a precarious bet to assume that he's going to be able to carry the load for a full seventeen game season when i don't know if you know this biaggi. This is his first full off season since his rookie year. Because of everything that was so far. That's my little diatribe though. Yeah so that happens with fans. I guess either. I remember last year with the eagles wide receiver position which is like a nightmare. And then they didn't do anything at all and freezing see to address it like nothing. They didn't do it. Any kind of single veteran addition other than markey's goodwin technically was actually never on the team now retroactively given how that worked out like the eagles drafted Watkins john hightower on day three last year. Everyone's like these guys are going to be awesome. They're gonna come in and they're gonna solve it. This is the best receiver class in years. So they're going to be. It's like didn't do anything. And that was not a surprise. The historical precedent for day. Three wide receivers doing stuff is like none so funny. How fans can be ambitious. And look i always say like. I'm not gonna tell you the fan. You want to be really optimistic. Great you know. Go go for it. That's that's great. But like i did not have that perspective is kind of funny like you got to. It's one thing 'til he believe in a pyre. It'd be hopeful but it's another thing to like have contingency plans and understand. You can't always put all your eggs in one basket. So i totally get with totally with you on that one My pick though to get to the pig is another newbie. it is demonte. Casey picked up great. Pick good pickup for the cowboys. He has ten pigs obviously. He's hurt last year but he has ten peaks and five four so most in the nfl and that's not just like isolated to the nfl by the way a play mercury. Earn college too. He had seventeen interceptions twenty nine pass defense and six forced fumbles in college as well so he is a track record of being a guy who makes place and i think that was a really good pickup for dallas a defense. That needs some help that needs some juice. Someone who can make plays for them. I think the monday. Akc can bring some big place. Yeah and you know what i love about the demonic as signing is. It's a contingency plan or not a contingency plan but like it's a shoring up of like your position group instead of just relying on what it used to be and to the cowboys credit. They get back to my point for just a second like they did address. Their linebacking core their defensive. Tackle group their secondary as a whole what lots of plans like. You only have so many resources so like maybe. They felt defensive. End was the best sort of roll of the dice date. But i agree with this. I don't know like. And i've said this a thousand times about ron rivera in critic samuel like. I don't know that you can just say well. He played for dan quayle. He's going to be awesome like that. Part of this is meaningless to me But i do have a lot of hope just off of who demonic as. He has been when healthy. I agree with you that. He's definitely pretty underrated in that sense. There's a lot of hope that we're counting on here with regards to different players which again speaks to the quality of this division as we enter the twenty twenty one season. Do you wanna give your legacy pick first or do you want me to go. I know here yours. I so i thought about and we haven't really gone with anybody this far back in history but like the most popular underrated player or popularly picked. Underrated player is danny white. And obviously he's he's treated like crap like he took the team to three straight. Nfc championship games in the eighties. Obviously incredible had the misfortune of following roger. Staubach predated tradesman. So that kind of you know..
Johnjay & Rich On Demand
"tari" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand
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Newsradio 700 WLW
"tari" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Who can make up his own rules as the game goes on. Hold the ball out of bounds and these guys is the primary official on that play, so two lane will get the ball as a result. Cincinnati up by 5 28 23. See on James Dribbles past the time line Mason mats and will defend now. Noble days has it just outside the arc bounce fruit feed to the free throw line. Thailand POPE driving shooting missing and the rebound is snatched by Terry Easton. He got knocked over fell down, had the ball go off his knee and out of bounds. No foul, called. You would hear, cause Brandon that jumping up and down, not saying anything to him. It's just adversity makes the play. They haven't scored. Yes, they have the ball back. Ladle. Throw it in from the baseline. Jordan Walker, the Seton Hall transfer holds it over his head, bounces it and caught by Pope. Hands it back to Walker lost it briefly fights to get it back. We've got to tie up. And on the possession arrow to Lane will get the ball. Sanders, Scrappy, Giddy falls on the floor. You don't go down and reach forward. You dive on the floor. You're the first one down there. You call the rookies Get the tie up. Yes, the ball comes back, but that's just great effort. See on James will inbound from the baseline, lobs it into the short corner, Caught by Forbes double and stripped by Mason Madison guns it ahead to Tari East and driving to the whole thing could have been an and one who puts it up with the right uses the right to shield and puts it up off the glass. With the left six points for Terry Easton and the Bear Cats have a seven point lead. 32 23. He said. He scored the last three Cincinnati baskets. Forbes now driving onto Julius got stripped. The ball goes out of bounds off Jalen four and looking Coast G on the bench. The sideline he has letting everybody know we're fired up. We're in this together. And he's really appreciative of the Cincinnati effort defensively and that takes us to the under four minute media Time out 3 49 left in the first half. Cincinnati Up by 7 32 23 It's Bear Cat basketball. Presented by Ukraine on NewsRadio 700 wlw. The thing about the home and auto bundle from progressive is that by now you've heard a lot of it's about the home and auto bundle from progressive. We don't even need the words the home and auto bundle anymore to tell you that you could save.
The Israel Hour Radio Archives
"tari" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives
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AP News Radio
A crowded mountain can make silverback gorillas more violent
"Researchers looked at fifty years of data from gorillas in Rwanda found that is the number of family groups living in a habitat increased so did the number of violent clashes among them mountain gorillas spend most of their time sleeping eating and grooming each other's first behavioral ecologist who published the study in the journal science advances found encounters between groups can become violent some guerrillas especially intense parish which slowed population growth they found the frequency of family feud was not determined by the number of individuals but by the number of family groups in a region co author and primatologist Taris doing ski says everyone wants to know how many guerrillas can live inside a protected habitat area it turns out the answer depends partly on how they organize themselves socially she says they still don't understand all the factors that go into determining leadership qualities in guerrillas I'm Jennifer king
Classics for Kids
Johann Sebastian Bach 3: What's a Concerto?
"Kids. Concerto comes from two Italian words with sort of meanings first concerto means in agreement or together like the word concert. You go to a concert to hear people playing together but the Italian word contract. Tari has to do with struggling. And a concerto also has to do with one or more solo instruments doing friendly battle in concert with a larger group. Italian COMPOSER GIUSEPPE. Torelli gets most of the credit for developing the instrumental concerto. In the late sixteen hundreds an Italian who lived a bit later on Tonio Vivaldi wrote Zillions of Concerto will actually only five hundred or so. But it seems like Zillions Vivaldi's most famous set of concertos named for the four seasons the earliest concertos were written for violins. But you can have a concerto for any instrument. Here's one that you'll have nipple Makoma road for trumpet. One for cello by front-seat high one for Tuba by Refund Williams who in the late twentieth century Scottish composer James Macmillan wrote a concerto called vinnie Emmanuel for percussionist. Evelyn Glenn you can also have a concerto with more than one Solo Instrument Wolfgang Gone Medina's Mozart wrote this one for flute and Harp Dmitri Shostakovich wrote a wonderful concerto for piano and trumpet the end of the peace sense just like music for a silent movie. Let's because when he was young Shostakovich had a job playing piano for silent movies in box day composers also wrote something called the Concerto Grosso which does not mean. A concerto with slimy stuff. Losing out of it grow is Italian for great. Instead of just one or two soloists. A Concerto Grosso has a whole group of soloists. A smaller group pitted against a larger group. George Frederic Handel. Who lived at the same time as Bach wrote quite a few Concerto Grossi? That's the official plural of Concerto Grosso. a lot of Bach's Brandenburg concertos fall into the Concerto Grosso category in the Brandenburg Concerto. Number two the small group consists of Trumpet Flute Oboe Violin and the big group is made up of string instruments.
Kinda Funny Games Daily
Monster Energy Stocks Surge on Death Stranding's Launch Day
"Energy drink energy stock rose with de-stress releases from nadia oxford at US gamer the the stock price for the mazda brand of energy drinks received a nice boost on friday the same day he could you must desk training hit store shelves before you jump on us for comparing apples oranges think on and this monster energy drinks play a big role exam puerto but his long trip across the united states it just a coincidence it's an abusing one resonator dumais triana posted the correlation on the decorating read it the candidate a snapshot those monsters stock closed at fifty fifty eight dollars and sixteen cents november eighth compared to fifty six sixty four on november number seven that's quite a jump i looked up much stock on yahoo financials charts and the numbers checkout in fact friday was the highest closing monster energy in over a month sam realized a mantra energy to give him wings sorry wrong energy drink in-depth straining since trudging across the united states while carrying hundreds of pounds of cargo takes formidable stamina also it's not the drink the water in a university of the rain weird tari staff the ages anything that touches it is the jump to monitor stock prices really hideo kojima production or we're cuisine it's hard to save for sure though is worth noting that mantras prices down again i'll be it slightly fifty seven seventy eight at
Covert Nerd Podcast
This Console Cost the Equivalent of $758 in 1977
"The Atari video pinball system I think it was a Tari pit video pinball C.. Three sixty I think is the full name and it was released in nineteen seventy seven but we got this one. Probably in seventy eight seventy nine maybe even eighty but I was looking back at this is is the way it set up. Have pictures in the show notes. So you the listener can go check it out. But it basically is a big block of the plastic and it has a dial on the top and then it has two little push buttons on the side for your pinball games because it was a pinball game basketball ballgame and then break out or pong. Excuse me break out. And then Pong too and you use a little side buttons as flippers for the or the pinball all game and then the dial in the front used for breakout in then it ran and it was color but the most insane thing is is that Iran on six exte- batteries six at sea batteries. Yeah yeah let that roll off. The tongue see batteries. It didn't plug in and I remember we'd always have to replace stupid things with the batteries and you win. It started running low on batteries. The lines on the screen started to get blurry a little bit and kind of Fade in and out and you hooked it up to your TV and it was done through the antenna system because back then they didn't have hd Meyer higher even the RCA. Jack You just had this antenna attachment that would kind of you. Had these two screws on the back of your TV you'd loosen them up and put these little wires underneath and tighten. Tighten it back down again. And that's how hooked up and it was color but way we had it at our house is the Nice TV was upstairs and it was color and the downstairs had an old black and white. TV So we didn't even had color for for this system. Sometimes my parents would let us bring it upstairs and play with it up there. But so so the seven video games at a had were four pinball pinball variations basketball game in two versions of breakout so breakout had the little paddle at the bottom. And then you knock out all the little color tiles at the top and the I don't remember much about the basketball game I just remember the pinball and the break breakout by far are was the one that we we played the most. But I don't know if you've ever seen this one randy before her heard about it. I've heard of it but I've never seen it. I've never used used one. I've never seen one in the wild super interesting I. I'm so surprised that it runs on batteries. No definite it's that's so weird but this is one of those like it's Kinda what Nintendo does anymore. It's one of those. The controller is the console. Guess where the controls patrols built right into the console. That's that's very interesting. I it is like we you or Or a switch and I didn't know about the is cool that it's has pinball and it's got the buttons on the side for the flippers. That's fun yeah. It's in research like we were saying earlier. There are a lot of systems like this. That didn't this is before the days of the cartridge. So you put all your games in one big block unit and we primarily had this on the floor in front of the TV. So you Kinda lay on your stomach car. You might sit and put it on your lap and use it that way and that's us the buttons. There's some buttons on the Front. You have five different buttons ones reset select elect option power and then ball served so when you did pong or breakout you hit the little button and then the ball comes down and you start playing then as how how that worked so the the guts of it your your calculator. Your watch probably has more world than this thing but it was. It was our first system. I was probably five six years old at the at the most when we got it and so for me it was like well. This is really cool and I grew up in the in the country out in Nebraska. So we didn't have an arcade nearby and so this was. I'm surprised my parents bought this. Actually I'm shocked and yet because the kind of had a pong market back then but this kind of came to an end of course when later on the Atari Twenty six hundred came out and you could more more than seven games on system and the cost for this. I was researching this. So the cost for this back in seventy seven on one website said it was isn't one hundred seventy nine dollars which would be seven hundred and fifty eight dollars in today's dollars. Imagine your parents spending almost eight hundred bucks or even now spending spending seven hundred fifty eight dollars for a game system that only played seven games seven games so yeah there's no Expanding the library there. Wow that's insane I. I was just shocked when I ran the numbers on that as a website. You can go to plug in the year and it will you put the dollar amount. It tells you what that is valued today but seven. Let's see systems like playstation four and Xbox or what four ninety nine. I think we're based system. I think so. Yeah I one hundred bucks. This is two hundred fifty dollars more than just so. When I heard that I saw that I was like? I'm sure my parents pigs except year or two later so probably wasn't quite that but it was still still a lot of money and I think the thing that of course this thing is the style gic for me so of course I'm probably is not that great of a system when he kind of look at it but at the time and that your first system you kind of like Whoa. This is cool. I I have no plans to buy this. You can buy it on Ebay and other places. But I don't know we don't even have an antenna hookup. You'd probably have to get some sort of adapter to make it
Monocle 24: The Globalist
U.S.-Taliban Peace Deal Appears Within Reach
"Are the united states and the insurgent group the taliban on the verge of of striking a peace deal to end afghanistan's eighteen year long war both sides are locked in a ninth round of talks in the tari capital doha and so far the signs look promising taliban delegates say they're still negotiating the mechanism of the u._s. Troop withdrawal from afghanistan at the same time. The insurgents need to assure america that the afghan territories under their control will not be used for attacks against the u._s. and its allies in the future. I'm joined by michael semple his professor at the institute shoot for global peace security and justice at queen's university belfast. He's also a former e._u. Official in afghanistan michael a very good day to you. It's it's good news. This is happening but presumably it should be treated with a degree of cautious optimism. Yes you really cannot over overestimate the extent to which the whole of honest down is looking towards these negotiations and hoping that they eighteen years or even forty years war is about to end but nothing's final until its final and they're quite a few hurdles to overcome one of which of course is as the mechanism to get american troops out of afghanistan and also the responsibility on the part of the insurgents to make sure that america and indeed itself a allies are not likely to be attacked in the future. There are some fundamental questions here that haven't released transparently being unserved. I heard that <hes> the taliban have been telling their supporters that they show are about to sign a deal for the unconditional time. I'm limited withdrawal of u._s. Troops <hes> while the u._s. is being giving reassurances to the afghan government that <hes> they stand ready to support court they sh- <hes> the afghan government forces ensuring that <hes> they're not overrun by the taliban. I mean that's that's fundamentally to the negotiations. They <hes> so far progress in these negotiations have seen <hes> achieved basically by the u._s. making concessions. I'm persuading the taliban to stay on board. One of the issues that the taliban <hes> have been holding out for is a massive prisoner release. He's <hes> sometimes you know. There's a lot of unhelpful leaking going on. Sometimes they show the thousand prisoners from time to say oh. We're going to get a five five thousand thousand prisoners out and i think many of the <hes> the people in afghanistan and the kabul comfortable sitting asking <hes> what concessions of the telecom lawmakers to deserve of this kind of present sesame the perception that that the traffic seems to be flowing in one direction but what's also interesting about these talks is that they involve the town of the taliban and the united states and the afghan government itself isn't sitting around the table so that does appear to be an extraordinary omission and is it one that perhaps is slow things down <hes> this is about the design of
A brief look at Game Transfer Phenomena
"Research is helping us understand just how differently video. Games can affect us than other media a few months ago, we talked about the tetris effect, which is when things you focus on for a long time show up in your dreams, like tetris or another video game. The tetris effect is a visual phenomenon but there are other effects video games can have on your brain. They kind of blur the line between what you see on screen, and what you see in the real world, the overarching term. For what I'm talking about is game transfer phenomenon and today's guest is a pioneering researcher on the subject. Anjelica Ortiz's dig, or Tari is a post doctoral researcher, who literally coined the term in two thousand ten and she's been working on this subject ever since she told us the game transfer phenomenon covers a wide variety of sensory modalities from gamers hearing sound effects, and voices to making involuntary movements with their fingers in real life. But when she told us exactly how deeply these effects are felt it blew our minds. Well, one of the most remarkable experience is with. Gamer seeing EMU with open video game menus when you're having a conversation with someone or seeing power, bars and health bars above people's heads when you're playing sports with your friends pretty intense, whether you've experienced this type of thing or not. Anjelica Ortiz day Gortari could use your help with a new study on game transfer phenomena. If you're eighteen to fifty years old, and you play video games for at least six hours a week on any platform than you're invited to participate in her study on game transfer phenomena online right now. Just visit game transfer phenomena dot com and look for the recent blog post titled gamers needed for web experiment on game transfer phenomena. The study aims to examine the relationship between game transfer phenomena and cognitive processes all you need to do to participate as answer a short questionnaire then complete three short tasks online. I did it myself and it was pretty fun. And by participating you get to play an active role in advancing research in a brand new field of study. Remember, you need to take it in the next few days while participation is still open. So what are you waiting for go? Take it right away. Or at least please share with your gamer friends in the name of science one more time. The website is game transfer phenomenon dot com.
The Bobby Bones Show
Apple's Original Brand Strategy: Get Ahead of Atari in the Phonebook
"Steve Jobs. Chose the name apple for his company in part because he wanted it to appear before Atari in the phone book where he previously works. That's funny. Yeah. I didn't know that. I knew that's what some people do like. Hey lumber. Really, yes. They'll be. Iki. Yeah. Pest control it works. That's funny on apple before Tari. That's, that's very
The Big Picture
Spider-Man: Homecoming | Marvel Month
"Shawn fantasy editor in chief of the ringer. And this is the big picture a conversation show at least for the time being about the marvel cinematic universe. I am joined today by your friendly neighborhood, film critic and ringer contributor, Adam name and Adam Hello, how are you? Hey, how're you doing Adam? You are friendly and neighborly because we are here to talk about a movie called Spiderman colon homecoming. This is a latter stages. MC you entrant and unlikely one largely because for the longest time Spiderman was just not a part of the new and when this movie happened. It was a surprise to many in the fact that he was integrated so effectively into this universe. Makes it kind of a fun movie to talk about because it fits into the big picture and a lot of the things we've been discussing throughout this marvel month, but it's also just a hell of a fund standalone movie when I reached out to you a couple of weeks ago about participating in this project. This is the movie you chose. And I thought that was so interesting, and you never told me why. So why do you want to talk about homecoming? I thought it'd be just really good and confusing to talk about homecoming in the shed. Oh of the other pop cultural product called homecoming true came out this week. I thought that'd be really fun. I thought we were talking about beyond say, no this is perfect for SEO. This is great. No. I mean, I I like talking about this film because I think it's a strong one. I wrote about it for the ringer when it came out and thought that everything you said about it sort of returning Spiderman to the intellectual property fold with something that it kind of allies itself in a very clever way, the whole movie is sort of almost about like Spiderman trying out for the marvel cinematic universe and trying out for the adventures and trying out for the audience, and it it has that self reflexive quality at it's not obnoxious. Like most of the time. It's quite clever. I sort of thought there was something about it. I mean, all the marvel movies even tell me what you think of this there. They have to have all these surface differences and all these surface, peculiarities nudity secrecy, but underneath they have to lock together like a puzzle or voltron like you can't really make one different. And so this one. Kind of has the friendly neighborhood surface on the outsider surface in the underdog surface. And I found that all like, very charming and pleasant, and then the fact that it really is just a piece of product that locks together to the rest of them in this case didn't bug me. The way that it may be bugs me with some of the other ones. Yeah. Even just revisiting it this week. I found myself surprised that should Tari alien technology was a significant part of this movie. Which is of course, if int- part of this MC, you and everything that we've been talking about because the first time I saw it. I felt like I could have been any old alien technology could have been from an Amblin movie in nineteen eighty seven. You know what I mean? Yeah. And you know, you don't really actually need Robert Downey junior there. There's pleasure in having Tony stark there, and Jon Favreau, kind of babysitting him, and, you know, the the the parallels that has the first ironman movie because it becomes a very different kind of origin story. Like thank God. It's not a Spiderman origin like he's bit by spider. And there's and there's all that stuff. But it. About him like becoming an official superhero. Right. And there's all kinds of scenes that parallel the way that same story is told in ironman right up to the ending being kind of a parody of iron man announcing himself to the world, whereas, you know, here Peter chooses not to you don't need all that stuff. But and then the Qatari technology. You're right. It could be anything. But I like movie that simultaneously stands alone. And has these bits of connected to the larger story, and I find the way it connects larger story in some ways really witty like the cell phone footage of the big civil war fight. Yes. That's really funny. It's clever. I