21 Burst results for "Tonelli"
The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"tonelli" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"To coaching. Anyway, welcome to being here, too. It's lovely. Yeah, we'll just do it next week. Anyway. But yeah, I love the history of the game, right? Men's and women's basketball. You're walking around and assembly hall and tar band of yours pictures up on the wall from the 80s when she was the coach there. It's insane. Just to, you know, to know the history of the grounds that you walk on. I think it's really awesome, but when you are in a place like assembly hall and all the other schools too, I just love to see the foundation. That the game has been grown on. And this is really fun for me as a basketball person. Just to kind of absorb all of that history of the moment. And, you know, when the jump ball goes, it's like, I don't know, it was packed in there. It was like 13,000. I was a record, right? 13,000 plus, and I think it was like 325,000 people viewed the game on Big Ten network. So, you know, a lot of records being broken for our game. Excuse me, and we were talking about South Carolina and LSU game having 18,000. I mean, there's a platform for where we are in our game, but to be in those historic arenas. I mean, there's nothing like the goosebumps that come of that. And Iowa on Sunday, Debbie and tonelli was there. Just like the rest of my whole mind of I was sitting there and going over a graphics and then she popped up in front of the table. I was like, what is happening? So shout out to Debbie antonelli. It was so good to see her, you know? I'm pretty sure Debbie's just like going around the Midwest the basketball games 'cause like Calvin Calvin wetzel saw her at Illinois state. She's been at like a million games right now and she's an empty nest for now so she's like. Somehow Debbie is doing more work. I know. Yeah, but I love that. She has three boys and yeah, empty nester, but, you know, she's, you know, she's a dream merchant too, right? Just like Don Stanley is, but I just think, you know, she's just showing how to do it, right? Huge mentor for me. So that was like fun, but just how basketball is all interconnected. To me, it's a beautiful thing. So yeah, simply all we got to get you there because it's fun stuff. I'm done. Yeah, that's good. That's what I'm a bucket list for a very long time. None, look, I think that all of these stadiums, really, everywhere I want to go to South Carolina. I want to go everywhere. So anybody that would like to take please let me know. I'll be like, I'll be in Dallas tomorrow for the final four in Dallas. Oh, nice. Oh, that'll be fun. And I'm going to go into the ACC tournament in Greensboro. And guess I got a special announcement for that actually at some point. I just have to special announcement. Special announcements. Just not right now. Oh, okay. Teaser teaser. Put it on the banner. Put it on a ticker. Okay. That's easy. Just a little teaser. Okay, so do you want to talk, I think we got one more, we got time for one. We've already been talking for 40 minutes. Do you want to talk about the top 6? Do you want to all right, I got a couple options for you. Choose your own adventure. We've talked about Yukon? We could talk about the top 16 seeds in women's college basketball. Error we could talk about WNBA free agency. Oh. Dang it. I like the top 16. Sure, let's do it. I like that. I'm trying to find where they put the team. They had a really cool graphic of like, oh, here we go. Okay, so here's what we got for the top 16. So I'm gonna read the first, the top four teams, not surprising. South Carolina, in the air yeah, Stanford. Or he talked about those three. And Yukon. Did you see you may have seen this? Do you know the last time you can't lost two straight games like they did? Against South Carolina and marquette. I heard it was 93. 90 three. You know, you know what else? You know what else was created in 1993? Your boy. Oh. Look at that. I was not alive the last time Yukon lost multiple games. And I currently have a mortgage and a wife and a dollar. So. Great job. Great job, Gino. That's right. Yeah. So those are the top four seeds. And then I like the idea of talking a little bit about the seating because right now in the Greenville region one because there's two, the regionals are gonna be locations instead of four. We have South Carolina, Maryland, Ohio State, and that may be like my favorite of these groups because duke and Maryland first off. ACC ACC schools, great rivalry. We have to have JJ Redick reading poetry around there. Like he did back in the day. He did. And then we have Marilyn Ohio State, South Carolina, Maryland, all those teams have excellent histories there. And I think duke has been playing really good basketball. Just beat my Miami hurricanes. So that would be an awesome region. I think that's my favorite of any of these. Okay. And then you know there's just some interesting teams that thought Michigan is a three seed, and that would make an account up I want to make sure I get this right. One, two. So the Big Ten has Indiana, Iowa. It's two Maryland three. Michigan four Ohio State 5. 5 of the top 16 teams from the big. That's insane. First of all, I mean, night and night out, you'd better be ready to compete. Are you gonna get your face handed to you? You know, for Michigan, Leah Brown is playing incredible basketball for them. Especially as of late. I mean, you know, you're talking about a UConn team who, you know, has been battle tested with injuries and, oh my gosh, you know, Gino was off the bench for a stretch of games. They just had so much roller coaster esque dealings this season, but somehow they're managing to win. It's just been, I don't know, for the Big Ten circling back to that. I mean, to have four teams in the top ten for the first time ever. Has been pretty amazing to
On The Media
"tonelli" Discussed on On The Media
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The Beyond Adversity Podcast with Dr. Brad Miller
"tonelli" Discussed on The Beyond Adversity Podcast with Dr. Brad Miller
"If you keep talking it can help you navigate where you need to go awesome. Well let's go there a little bit in terms of what you offer to folks then you you have now translated our tonelli transform your life michelle but you live now chosen to love others enough to share what you've learned so you've written a book about this is you've had a ted talk about all of this and you have programs resiliency to help corporate entities and other groups tells what how you translated your experiences into serving others. It's talk about service to others now. Yeah for sir. i mean you know. They say that the there are two days in your life. David you're born in the day that you find out why and i honestly think that when i lost my job. It was like very confrontational to be like okay. So now what are you gonna do. What are you gonna do with the book where you're going to do with the ted talk. What are you gonna do with the heart. That is your heart. that's been pulled to help people versus you know. Sit in a corporate job for the rest of your career and i was just like you know if i can do anything. I would want there to be more compassionate culture's in their be healthier people and then the pandemic hit. And i was like oh my goodness lake for the first time. So many people who had never dealt with mental health imbalanced were struggling. And i thought you know if ever. There's a time for me to dig into my toolbox of things that i've learned throughout my journey is now so that's when i created my resilience program and i've been delivering it to corporations Organizations churches Restaurant workers everyone to help people stay empowered and remember that there are things that they do have control over because throughout the pandemic we've been very much reminded of what we don't have control over but then we also are reminded of how much we've lost whether it's loss of life or loss of routine or loss of things that we once loved. We're acutely focused on that. So i try really hard to my programs to remind people of were. You have control what you what you have to be. Grateful for is something you should be practicing every day the gratitude practice and then you know what are things that you need to be doing to feel good physically so are you. Are you taking care of yourself physically. Are you eating well exercising. Are you getting enough sleep. These are all.
"tonelli" Discussed on Jogo Bonito
"They've kind of created this really wonderful unit of team that pay beautiful football Adoptable much like org. Italian sides they can do. Sides of the game they can defend can counter keep possession. They agreed to great strong benches well and just a really interesting team that came close to winning the scotto last year but kind of fell away just at the end of last season and i actually think they can mount or serious challenge to syria this season. I'm the third of the moment overseas. Go into this international break but if they can kind of keep enough. People fit I think they can really mount a challenge them and if you go back just ten days to that performance in the champions league they were so unlucky again to lou save. Pay two games in the champions. They lost them both a brilliant performance armfield that we spoke about a few weeks ago and then another brilliant performance against athlet. Athletico madrid The middle of last week which they lost in unfortunate circumstances. The referee kind of ruined. That game really good account themselves on the european stage and back home city are they had a brilliant performance on the weekend beating atalanta. Joe's atalanta three too but it was one of those games. Although is three two. It was kind of three neil weather by the three walpin and athletic to always exactly so the of flight. I'm atalanta there. This opening going to the fortieth second think thirty nine forty second with the left bacteria and under his passed into the right back to school. In first minute another said they had to back into show against atlanta controlled the pay for about twenty thirty minutes but then they came out and to devastating attacks with a prince. Second goal from tonelli who i forget who he wrote the ball off in midfield and broke through schooled that was his first goal to seize them and even mentioned someone like to nali. Who's who's who's dubbed annex payload which is kind of a ridiculous comparison when you watch them play He he's more akin. Adam driver looks at adam driver. I think anyway and yeah just really wonderful team. It's built on a bedrock of young players. the most exciting of of those is roughly out. Who's portuguese winger comes striker. He must be six three and just remarkably fast amazing overhead kick non-nego in the champions league last week where he flicked up from edge dinovite kicking. It smashed the ball and came out would have been absolute legendary. Go of and austin. I want to say by spent is about stephan..
The Down and Dirty Show
"tonelli" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"We always shoot at To deliver a return on these partners investment before the green flag and drops and then everything that happens during the races. Just bonus to the partnership so a lot of the work is done behind the scenes at the race track. You know one thing. john always joked about. He's you're gonna have the best day of the worst day when he gets out of car to talk with our partners. He's got a smile on his face understanding that relationship and what they're doing with us and one thing that we've done this work really well. We had bg products on the car this past weekend at daytona and bg products. One of their big markets is dealer groups. You know they had the engine flushes and different things like that. So john has done is john will be there with a potential dealer group that agee's trying to get and john say here's a race the race track but here. Let me talk to you about how i used. Bg products in my dealerships. We use them. This is how can fit into your dealerships in your service centers. So it's kinda neat. How that relationship ground tonelli increase the sales of bg's having potential dealer groups. John's kind of giving a case study on how he uses them. And then you got the raise pronto racetrack while this is going on. So it's been cool to see how he's been able to work team and really develop that relationship and but same timing to have. These guys have stuck with me for so long. I mean jaws vietnamese and sixteen Lucas oil has been with us since two thousand fifteen companies like that that stay with us long term that really believe in the vision of grown with each step of the way relationships like that are priceless naturally. What it comes down to is these relationships. We have these guys believe in us and what we're doing that. Been there from the days of racing the same truck for twenty two races so where we are now exactly. How many jobs are you doing now. For jordan anderson racing owner driver paying the bills. Obviously what else are you doing of given a lot of. Get my hands dirty. I used to used to be in a shop every day there while we actually had the summer we had some moving around on a truck deal on a chief trump for a couple of races. I was in their work on that but really fortunate..
Good Boys Gone Bland
"tonelli" Discussed on Good Boys Gone Bland
"And welcome to good boys gone bland season three episode five ob. You're good boy. Denali with boy ryan. I'm the bland boy right in the middle. That tastes like unsalted pasta. Or just right jay. I was kinda doing like a dog. Saying okay okay. You're you're the bad dog. The dog yeah. I just just feel like we. We're not playing up the dog theme enough or a dog season. Now we we talk a little bit about the dog movies. We talk about the dog house that we live in. You know i. I feel like we should have more dog jokes or dog buns you know. What's what's the deal with bones. No i'm just. I'm trying here. Man dog jokes Yeah but they're not appropriate air or not appropriate in our explicit. Podcast the dirty dogs. Yeah okay. I'll make an explicit broadcast against heavily edited and all all dirty. Things are completely scrubbed by tonelli. Okay i'm gonna. I'm gonna make I wanna make a dog joke. Okay your doctor. So what did the wiener dog. They do the great dane. I don't know what nice.
The 2 Robbies
"tonelli" Discussed on The 2 Robbies
"Also young pro. I just made the oxygenated first team. And i team how to apply called bobby macdonald. Member guessing left off aggressive. He was planning left-back. Always playing left side of midfield. Tough time in this game home again with our fans the the mona ground an he southern round and he gave me the biggest hammering. Because we're only outside ryan front fans you get back here now how i want to thank you do in an from that day god it was almost like the biggest lesson i had and i am forever after that i considered of the players and i'm thought immediately and i of course i didn't happen today. It's just like the disconnects between soccer and you heard said he was such a big gap. I'm of course in the studio rob we have the benefit of this big australian's with ten will look you can see a lot will upset. The gap is huge and look at the space. I think to be fair. There was one of the goals where karen tony was came inside and ford and got caught out. Yeah that would have been a when he can go yeah. I thought that was an individual decision. But the how back to the coaching side. How much space. It was between the lines. The first thing. We're both in our coaching botches. Right the uefa levels and the first thing they say in general is when your team hasn't got the ball us highways compaq's when you have the ball out to create a space and that was something just shocked me now in a if and throw another way back you all texas the you know what we're different system. We pay different ways. Let's go for it. Let's go toe-to-toe with them. If we get our football going then have a problem and yet this is kind of a good chelsea teams philosophy. Rob what did the did he get sucked into like go to attack. We're still own the first guy. It went toe to toe with european champions and it didn't look good for that well if he did. He's naive if he didn't need is touch cold. Understanding is wrong but not when a toolkit about the mall tonelli evaded call. Can we know that as you teach you'll tell me same with all the other plays missing. So why does he think with all those plays no chance what i want to come to another point in initiatives. 'cause i don't want to be blameless because he has a bit of these things where we give So of out because young because this is new because these ovum the play is not available graham potter coach. Brian team has less talented than awesome. Graham poachers team. React to things in the game Team of well-settled know what to do with the bowl as well as without the bull. Now that's a account influencing a group replace who not just challenged as also team that played today without without our man so i'm not giving him out that always just those big plays and not didn't hunting who's coach he's gonna fat players thomas Same similar group. Replace that front law. Mine is wanted to editions coming the window and made them different players because they've been coached. Michelle chattan has to get back to being a coach. We hear good things about that. Well here's the good things behind the scenes that today larkin coach these team cubs to know when things were going wrong. What do we need to do. Yeah i mean a totally agree. And i think that was the takeaway from me and from you and from everybody of graham and lee dixon and countries. Like wow like. This is going to continue to happen. Reese james is like oh yeah. I'm kind of open over here all the time so that that was a shocking poverty today just before we move onto chelsea robin a say. Well i think on it. I hope there is an extreme pressure on the manager. Right now rob unamuno. They've got next. But i hope it's not like gain to game all he's gonna lose his our which is likely the president is gonna to at least drive out because if it isn't also funds or the funds not also met you know put out there so that's kind of what is going to have to live with the asked get thick skin to get through. I'm with you. I wanna see men this season. At least jewish season. I wanna see traumas policy team fitting apply whether lacomb neck snap tuning can be a good congo goodman. Showed few moments get all these bright. He wants as good in possession like him. I can change and pull chinese set of oxygen tabarez commodities of new wingback. That gives them. You know let's see. Let's knock his co. bum yang and the team. I say i want us to. The one was all tattoo who coach. Not with your with it. I'm with you a and this time of the season. Let's review where they all what developed stepping with if they finish eight twelve again but we see the steps forward in the plaza building down. You know what we'll look at the monster snacks zing them. I'm with you. I wanna see it through. I think what we do know is the the team blew proper coach him again. After the guy stunningly he said it was an interesting thing. They said nothing. Maybe many chelsea fans would said first off putting control. Quite as we as i would like the ball you know went out old johnson. Fundraising record the gulls. But he was still capable the first off nancy sentinel. We go a little bit more control with a little bit like because we would get in shape. And you know. he said he didn't want to overload. Mccall with too much information this week. He wanted to play a little bit. Menaka will get used to him. He'll get used tools could is you just get sensitive skies right on. The button is funnier up. Because i did the lineup for chelsea today of course we got the list of players and then it's up for us to kind of figure out how they're going to play and of course when you see a reese james inside a quota. It's like who's going to play right size. Send it back by wingback for the most part i would say it's actually been pretty quick to the played wing. But but of course. So i pull coaches wingback can reach. James roy side sent obama and kicks off of course each other way round. Yeah and weapons reached doesn't blind crisis schools. A goal is it like it can't be locked me everything every decision. He's making a music. Liberal factors champions league was like well. Why is he playing james or back and everything is kind of i guess he maybe he saw this coming. In reese ginger space over there because the team teamwork particularly complex. What i've reached because he's really good going forward quarter. I mean i it links things into doesn't so what's the pace in the why it does he have to go pay oscar questions. Clever questions brilliant during those distances. What you're talking about one getting dragged in to being entitled to three. Send a box when you can go out with today to tell you what he thinks domini going to dominate the bull. Got reese Apaches delivered into the boxes better You just got the sense swings through anything game chuckles which in Playing people and them minutes. Yeah vacs where michelob. Technically get flat front. I'm paul needs to get to because this guy's Progressive young coachie. Jesus doing Go get him in big. Rome is just give him an absolutely. No the dimension i mean holds about full body can have it in is in play as much better than it was before is ability to drift. He loves dressing down right side sideway if he gets one commodities last full Blames those two numbers chance to break through the middle. He loves the.
10% Happier with Dan Harris
"tonelli" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"Broken and they say. I need our world tag win. So in a way you'll ever feed tool and then you try to to lie so that eagles oh you lie because it's pleasant. Some people like to lie because it gives us a pleasant personality need. I did that when they donald bitch. It's interesting what's behind it sometime. You speak with. Its unpleasant sometime go. Its plans and for the person too long then. The few swim. I'll colon drugs again. When do we take these often. Because it's pleasant but a lot of time because we have unpleasant feeling to recently. I read the bar young woman who fell in love with alkyl. She was fifteen a first-class of strong leaker gave her this amazing to analogy. She felt lively fun when she before she was very shy and anxious as she fairly knobs. She said we've alkyl. And then she drank and drank and drank a steeler lives and then age sir t shed to stop because she used to have terrible black hands and she said she still fell in love. In fact she had such plans on feeding tune at the beginning and she was cutting I'm seeing the same thing but why because it replaced unpleasant tonight hannity all because the thing is you present tonight cheaper than it could be harmful to others in a way most of the time we are good decided she would be the time to time. We not and that's what i'm interested in one. What happened and a lot of the time he has to do with tonelli less you question. That may seem like a non-sequitur may also seem like a gigantic question. But i'm curious to hear you talk about huts a question. I've heard you pose publicly before. Which is what is love. What is so interesting. What is love level. No he's pleasant certainly t- and actually the buddha said clinton tonelli very often especially if it's insightful and wise concussion and so what is interesting again. We've long i think lobbies important quality and it's so vital to long that she'd be your partner your children anymore. Panic people because it gives us very heating tunji but then the question is. Why do we grasp when we love. Do we grasp The pleasant analogy. We get when we are next to the person so then we want to be with the person or the time because we think they gave us a pleasant All do we grasp the idea of love and actually regress p looking at this grasp. The pleasant analogy. We supposed to have with this person again because we think we need to be told the time but the way you cannot have the same pleasant to analogy. We the all the time than time you'll be on abide moon muneer be stress july difficulty so then if you are stress with difficulty going to experience the simplicity feeding george mitchell equates we've lost so then when you don't have that visit she joined you don't trust the person lead. They don't love you all easy that she the way. Love is something which is not just spaced onto ninety here. But it's something we cultivate together and so in a way to be love is like two parallel line. You have to cultivate outside of the line. We was a friends in different things. Like that. and you Inside the line so he's not just a feeling griffin week. Wait if i feed this feeling. I love the person If i feel intense pleasant feeding told items person if i feel a pleasant feeling told this person loves be enough. That's an interesting one to and then in a way no insists warm feeling but it's kind of a complex can reads appreciating sherry growing together. They saw you've seen in love so many unions but one thing which is also important. We love we love each other. Clean away if we don't love each other. This is what is problematic. So in a way you stuck with yourself if you don't love your staff.
10% Happier with Dan Harris
"tonelli" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"But don't don't led's evolution. This is only you. so buying. Of course of course totally totally and then weaves a neutral so seed more as kind of a baseline arrested place but also to see that in the tanks abboud as so that you could have Or you could have what you could call inside full to ninety calming And then the reaction to the two would be very different so that in a way if you had ordinary pleasant analogy you will go into. I want more. I want to repeat it if you have ordinary unpleasant tonelli. Oh i can't stand it i hate it and then you would amplify that way if it's neutral or you get confused not knowing what to do but if you have to be because you don't mind for less which is more in the way wise that could be perceived experience in a wide swayed. Then actually it would be what he called can of something which would be more inside for so you made the difference like equate lot neutrality with aquarium itchy and so he basically says you can have a quantity which is about. I don't care it doesn't bother me. Who cares but that's true equality and he says you can have like inside full equality and actually equated often with luminous mind so the mind in the mind behind this but when he'd become quite numerous and inside for because luminous and so e- equate that when you experienced or nettie if it's insightful. Actually you going to feel the you could say contented com contented clarity so it has to do in a way. The neutrality as perceived as feeding ground eat feely stable anyway. Feeling common kim. I love this. It's a way it means. Some really fundamental practice for hacking our habits serve not being so controlled by automatic and it has so many ramifications for our own inner weather moment to moment and then of course for how we are in the world and howard treating other people connected to ethics in away if.
Rock N Roll Archaeology
"tonelli" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"So nevertheless cool man all right really halfway yes so fifth course. I did want to think about like people are probably halfway. Were still alive. That's good that something of course on the way. yeah so this was the liar by marriages. Yeah anything emma ruth brundle does i. Love does a very cool tonelli who is gonna atmospheric it. Has this really nice.
This Week in Startups
"tonelli" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"This'll be huge for. Espn consumers are disgusted by the buffet. They wanna go and they wanna have organic food and pick very specific programming. And once you do that. You're eating healthy. The buffs looks really disgusting. But thinking back to what i said on february ninth companies earnings call. He said we're not gonna let the disruptors disrupt us good luck with. Yeah i think bob eiger is doing a little bit of a show here. He's like oh my god we're gonna lose control but actually i think he's going to love this. He's gonna love going to direct to consumer and yeah. Everything is coming together so if you look at the advertising pie the internet now is roughly a third and advertising tv still have the internet just went right past outdoor print and radio right. We demolished those three categories. Now what's happening is what happens with video and those things are actually merging into one and when two things merged together and you have the right like bob eiger owns everything in the world marvel star wars. Espn this guy. Owns all the assets. He is going to crush at disney as a huge by. They're gonna have all the chips and it doesn't matter what pipe distributor to. They're going to get paid. It's just going to be this little transition that's gonna be hard. But he is inside laughing and thrilled with us. All right i have to give myself credit. I i do think bob lager was putting out a bit of a show there for the case of the cable operators who they have a tenuous relationship with and they're gonna go direct and they don't wanna lose the money from them paying them for their content nor do they wanna lose the net flicks money remembered net flicks was paying them content. At that time that was those are big checks coming into disney and so this was going to be scary but this is three point five years before disney plus launch and. It was super clear to me like i. Just look at myself and and you know having a family and having a daughter or three daughters you know this guy did have three dollars at the time thinking if i could get the entire disney library and all the star wars library and the pixar library and the marvel library in one place. That would be nirvana for me. I don't have to get. Dvd's or search on netflix. versus cable television. Where i'm gonna find those movies. You know here. We are now over one hundred. Millions of subs and disney is a reformed company and a company that is now they're northstar is disney plus literally. That's their north jersey company. Not parks not movies not reselling. Ip it is the subscriber base of disney plus. That's driving a year and a half later. In august of two thousand seventeen. I went back on. Cnbc talk about disney streaming potential. After they started pulling their content off netflix. Which was a super towel that that was going to happen. Here's the ninety. Second clip of me describing how disney is going to get tens of millions of users quickly so disney with espn with marvel star wars pixar and that whole collection including the disney assets of the original movies. They have an incredible incredible collection. When they go direct it will be very easy for them to get tens of millions of people to subscribe tonelli's jason on. Espn on the one hand. But then you've also got kind of marvel and lucasfilm and then you've got disney junior type stuff. It doesn't seem like all of that. Fits under a single subscription. So do you have to sell them. Eat separately and you end up with subscription fatigue. Unless there's something like a cable bundle that authenticates for all of them at once. Now i think that disney is the one company that could produce a top three offerings. So they'll be right up there with amazon and netflix because if they were to just give as an example everybody who caught the tens of millions of people.
The Sean Hannity Show
"tonelli" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"No court has ever decided on the viability of fines for punishment. Since the twenty seven th amendment went into place because it's the newest amendment people listening probably don't know what it is it was an enacted in one thousand nine hundred ninety. Two james madison introduced it. It took over two hundred years to ratify. But you can't very the pay of congressional member in the same congress in which that adjustment is proposed and that's exactly what they're doing with the fines In this situation they're taking the pay these numbers and back in the founding period. That was one way states pressure on their congressional representatives and the founders knew it james madison put in an amendment to avoid that inappropriate behavior. And we're seeing speaker pelosi attempt to us exactly that kind of pressure to compel republicans to the h-have consistent with her narrative. The enemy ends within that whole line of argument that we've been. There is no intelligence for that the chief of the capitol police said there's intelligence or data for and yet speaker pelosi continues to push it in this case unconstitutionally. I appreciate you guys being with us. Follow the suit. Louie gohmert congressman andrew. Clyde can coach tonelli. Thanks for being with us. Quick break right back your calls on the other side straight ahead. I twenty five till the top of the hour. Eight hundred nine. Four one sean. You want to be a part of the program. I mean the media will never cover this because they just. It's the joe biden. Kamla harris presidential vice presidential protection program. It was embarrassing beyond belief. To what and. I'll tell you the look. The media may try to ignore biden's cognitive struggles and frail nece and weakness. Nobody else is going to play the american media game. And let me tell you something. The world likes a week. America america's back. What does that mean. America's back to being weak america's back to being subservient to the opinion and funding the paris climate accord's while allowing india and china to be classified as developing nations. America's back. okay but your we have a president fearful to hold a press conference with putin because his entire team and the entire world know that he while he claims he doesn't want to do because he doesn't wanna get diverted by who talk the most. Everybody knows that putin will eat his launch. Putin salivating at dealing with joe i mean. It's it's i mean joe wandering into the wrong cafeteria and his wife has to find him and lead them to the right path you wanted. You know joe confusing syria and libya three times. Joe interrupting prime minister. Boris johnson to suggest that he overlooked introducing the president of south africa. That he just introduce. Joe pay attention. Keep up or joking. Confuses reporters with a lot of people may not know what cove is really. It's humiliating. i'm okay. Well what was donald trump. Who's a disruptor nato. You're not paying your fair. Share step up and pay fair share. What was the result. They paid their fair share. The world is want to pay their fair share. They want america to foot the bill. They don't care about america's deficits they they want to pay less. It's you know. Let america get along with iran again. Oh we're going to build them out. Give putin a waiver for his pipeline. Fire american workers. You know by the end..
Venezuela: Crisis y Esperanza
"tonelli" Discussed on Venezuela: Crisis y Esperanza
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Confronting: O.J. Simpson
Revisiting Columbine High School
"Welcome back to confronting columbine. I'm nancy glass. Here with amy amy. You stayed close with your high school principal. A man who was there that day. Frank deangelis right right. I did mr. D. is what we call him. He is the guy you see on tv kind wise patient and accessible. We're all forty now and we still call him with our problems. I have him literally and my cellphone and he takes my calls. Whenever whenever i call he really was the guy you all turn to. When this happened wasn't he. He was two thousand kids. We had no idea how to act respond or even grieve and he showed us the way. Well let's go back to columbine high. You're gonna meet the principal today and teacher tom. Tonelli i am with my former principal. Mr frank deangelis. I know i'm gonna cry already crying. It's been a long twenty one years you know. I can't speak for the whole class in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine but that first year was rough. I mean columbine was my home and i had so many amazing memories there. The few would've told any of us. The columbine could happen at columi- we would sit note. This school is unreal. I it's been twenty years there. And i remember when my secretary ran in and said there's reported gunfire first thing. This has to be a senior prank. Were literally a month in two days. You guys graduate. All of a sudden we run out of my office in my worst nightmare became a rally. Everything seemed to slow down. So i thought i walked very calmly but mr lab and my secretary said. I just sprinted down the hallway towards the gunman police said. Why did you do that. nice it. there's one reason there were about twenty five girls that were coming out the locker room. Go to class. They had no idea they were laughing joke and they would have been dead
"tonelli" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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Other People's Shoes
"tonelli" Discussed on Other People's Shoes
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KNBR The Sports Leader
"tonelli" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"What I mean? It's a comedy tradition. It really is. We've had him on the show before when you're sipping coffee, and so you know, sometimes you get the wrong moment. Yes. Can be ugly. You gotta have you need like a hand towel nearby to clean up, you know. Yes, Steph was Steph was he took a big struggle water and somebody said, somebody spit to he did a spit take and he was that's a good sign. And then you go out and towel down the court, though, Right? And then there was some other thing going with the howling last night. Did you see this? Like Guess. Maliki, Beasley of the Wolves. Who pretty good. He scored 30 last night, Right? He scored a bucket and did some sort of How some sort of like war whoop. I think it was a full moon last night or close close to it. If that played any role whatsoever, maybe Alan at the full moon. Maybe bees these teen wolf falling, you know, nice movie when you don't talk about enough. What are you looking at? Blank knows? Yeah. But apparently the Warriors started to mock the howl and began howling themselves. Now you gotta counter. How are you going on and you know it was doing a bunch of it, I guess was dreamin. Yeah, his dream I was in, they said the end of the game is to let loose with a big howl in Minnesota's direction. Yeah, that's all right. Let Davie Davie gonna help when he needs to, you know, take a bad blood between the wolves and the Warriors. Yeah, we'll see him again to tomorrow night. For how all part too Right. So watch out for the house and yesterday we were so obviously focused on Brady and the homes for sure. And the deep sighs of Aaron Rodgers as he ponders his future sadness of an era. It's deep, deep sigh Vin. We didn't even talk about the fact that this Minnesota Timberwolves warriors game is all about this draft pick. So I was reading up on this and You know, you forget. Remember the D'Angelo Russell trade came with it. The Timberwolves gave the Warriors their first round pick this year. I mean, did we should throw a parade for Bob Myers for this trade. I mean, the fact that he dumped the Russell contract got Wiggins, who you know is viewed his baggage, but they they've got they're tapping into the positivity of Wiggins with their cultural topic. He had 23 lessons. Yeah, in the three blocks, Paul. Yeah, there you go in the three steals to you, but they also have the T Wolves first round draft pick unless it's a top three. So if the T wolves finish 12 or three, they get to keep it. But if it's four or five, the Warriors get it. Nice. And so everyone lost the warrior's hand. The tea was increases the Warriors chance of getting a better pick. Actually gets kind of into the weeds math wise. But even if the tea will sacking the callous seriously, even if the tea was finished the worst record in the NBA The odds are that the there pick will be outside the top three. The Warriors are gonna get Quite likely a top five draft pick coming up and this is a stacked draft. Nice. Good. Good. So just, you know, rebuilding. You know what I mean? Winsome ballgames and rebuilding simultaneously. They asked her this. It is beating the t wolves extra sweet because you push them further down and you get the pick and curse it. I'll be honest. Yes, you nice and they get to do it again tomorrow night. Yeah, man seems to same school, So that was fun, man. Anything else going on a Monday night, buddy? No, that was the primary focus. Really? To really Was anything else cooking out there? Your furnace works. My furnace does work, but I went through this whole bit. Dude, right around the holiday season had to get a new one put in and everything and I went shut up my guy, Jeff Pierce, By the way, God did a hell of a job has its awesome. Can Jeff come in under the guy I had you know what I mean? E don't know. I don't know. It's not all in. It's not an inexpensive job. Yeah, No, I know, but it's one of these things. It's not like It's not like adding Cinemax. Your cable package, So you kind of gotta have the heat. You know what I mean? You can't You can't not have the heat and of course, like the only Cold snap we've had in it. It is pretty cold right now. Let's let's get that out. There is your furnished nice and toasty right now, Paulie, we got it home and right now. Yeah, looking a lot. You can I can I come over. Bring your business, dude. Come on over here. Yeah, I mean, right now, According to my dark sky it gives the update says is 39 degrees outside my house right now. It's probably 39. Wow, no joke. It's probably It's probably 39 inside here. And what are you wearing? Right now? You've got to be all layered up like you're at the staff, which I'm wearing Just sweat pants. Uh, in one of those pullovers. You always see me in those quarters. IPs. Yeah, that's all I got. What? I'm just gonna be another layer added before a blanket over Polly. Yeah, Blanket. Something's gonna have to happen, so I was gonna have to give here. I want to do this show under a blanket. You got to keep the feast socks in the poly. The, uh There's Tonelli shoes that he wears those I told you murdered, You know, like house moccasins, Polly. Oh, yeah. How shoes or whatever, Yeah house, my house come moccasins. My house mocks. Forget Brad Pitt. You know his character. Cliff Booth was wearing moccasins chips. I'm not nearly as cool is that now He was just the fool found in markets. They're halfway between slippers and shoes. They're half shoe have slipper kind of thing You would wear to like Woodstock. You know what I mean? E could go to the store and these, but I try not to be. Oh, that's a good move. You got to say face out there, but I I do think I'm a go. We go to break I may come back with a blanket. You know, You've always talked about that moment in life when you're under the blanket. Pretty soon. 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Comunicazione Emozionale con Ema
"tonelli" Discussed on Comunicazione Emozionale con Ema
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Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood
AI for Earth helps researchers get more granular with climate data
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by indeed. Are you hiring with indeed? You can post job in minutes. Set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist qualified candidates using an online dashboard. Get started today and indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace. And by click share with click share, and you're meeting, you can share your screen instantly from any device. Click share. Instantly projects any speakers laptop tablet, or phone onto a presentation screen so everyone can work together share their ideas and create something great. That's the click share effect. Visit click share free trial dot com and learn more. And sign up for your free trial. When you're using big data to adapt to climate change. Sometimes you need to call in big tech from American public media. This is marketplace. Tech demystifying the digital economy, I'm Ali would. You're on marketplace tech, we've been covering how technology helps us adapt to climate change in our series. How we survive to start with you have to understand the problem and create smart solutions? That's the job of the Chesapeake conservancy, a nonprofit organisation that uses technology to recommend conservation techniques for the Chesapeake Bay and a lot of it comes down to the resolution of the data. Jeff Allenby is director of conservation technology at the Chesapeake conservancy. Now, one thing to know is that the Chesapeake Bay watershed is huge. It's sixty four thousand square miles, spanning six eastern US states and the organization mapped the whole area down to the meter the data set. That'd be created for the Chesapeake of that one, meter resolution was instill is one of the biggest high resolution they uncovered data sets ever created in the world. It took Allenby's team eighteen months and more than. Million dollars to manually process that data as in people having to identify things like the characteristics of a tree or label a house, a house. Then they use the data to advise towns on what to prioritize, whether it's planting trees or restoring wetlands or buying land to conserve and once word got out lots of other nonprofits like around the Great Lakes, wanted to do the same thing with map data. Most don't have the time or the money, but big tech companies do budget simply can't be a barrier to people accessing technology, Lucas Joppa leads Microsoft's AI for earth program, which lends the company's computing power and machine. Learning capabilities to organizations trying to tackle climate solutions the program worked with the Chesapeake conservancy to scale up their approach to land mapping to a much bigger area and faster. We wanted to do that, for the entire United States over ten trillion pixels and it can't take a year and a half to do it. Because if it does you're going to be out of date by the time. You're done right. The company awards grants. Let's organizations and scientists use its cloud computing resources and loans out data scientists to various climate related projects, Joppa, says right now AI for earth isn't meant to be a money maker, but he says tech companies have a responsibility to be part of climate solutions beyond their own in house efforts. We've gotta make sure that we have our own house in order. But then we do have to be proactive in going out and, and ensuring that our products are deployed in ways that empower people to amplify their sustainability impact. And there's business value for Microsoft, and being there, first, where a platform company, and we would prefer to be the platform of choice for everybody. Building technology inspired solutions to environmental challenges for Jeff Allenby at the Chesapeake conservancy, the real value comes and being able to know what's working, and what's not so you know what to conserve and what to let go. So from the side of it, it really allows you to, to understand the context. Of kind of any given action. And it allows you to understand the alternatives. If that action can't go forward and Allenby says those decisions have to be made quickly because there isn't any time to waste. And now I am related links. You can see some of the super detailed maps that the Chesapeake conservancy created and a little more detail about those projects at our website marketplace tech dot org. Thanks, Dan Ackerman, from the water main project at American public media for turning that into a super cool story. And we've got linked to more information about some of the grants that the Microsoft AI for earth project has given out last month in announced five hundred thousand dollars for new grants that will actually be distributed by the Leonardo DiCaprio foundation. And we know that climate intelligence is the first place to start with a lot of these adaptation efforts. So there's a lot more news on that front, all the time earlier this month AT and T shared, the data that it's been using to evaluate the risks to its facilities, and make them more resilient to extreme weather. These data sets were developed by the department of energy's, Argonne National Laboratory, and AT and T made them all available to the public. The company also started a climate resiliency community challenged, so that universities can work with towns in southeastern. States to develop solutions and risk analysis based on that data and just last week in an attempt to get everybody looking at the same peer review trustworthy data the World Meteorological Organization launched the WMO catalog for climate data there. Eighteen data sets in there, so far and the organization hopes more will be added soon, the Wm oh, by the way, I also just learned is basically, the in house, weather, and climate agency of the United Nations. Another fun fact last week, the WMO elected Gerhard Adrian of Germany, as its new president for four year term. And I mentioned this because he beat out our guy. Dr Lewis, you Tonelli who's currently the director of the US national weather service. Sorry, doctor, you Tonelli. I'm Ali would and that's marketplace tech. This is APN. Marketplace turns thirty this year and to celebrate we're going back to the eighties. Check out our totally radical new. 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Inside the Spa Business | Spa
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Monocle 24: The Briefing
Xi says China to Cut Import Taxes Further, Import $30 Trillion
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