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"toronto lake" Discussed on Switched On Pop

Switched On Pop

04:47 min | 9 months ago

"toronto lake" Discussed on Switched On Pop

"But the beat now is different. The beats not slowed. It still NELLIE POB UPI super. Bright type of music and you're starting to see. This is the first instant where you're starting to see. Chopped and screwed, being taken out of it's original context and going further into the pop landscape. Where does it go from there? So in the same year? You had Kanye West's drive slow. which featured Paul Wall and G. L.? C., and that was a little bit more in the chopped and screwed vein. Draws slow. But Kanye. Yes, Connie was doing back in the day on late. Registration makes it a a kind of conscious. So he even kind of mutates it a little bit more. And then fast forward four years later you have. Drake from Toronto. He releases so far gone at this point. Drink is not who we know him as today. He's this kid from a teen soap opera degrassi and he makes this record that polls from. HOUSTON, from Atlanta, but he's from Toronto and he's trying to give. Toronto is sound, and because Toronto is such, a melting, pot and drake cat family in the south. Start to see that he is learning how to take. Things that he's hearing from Houston influences. At Almost sandpaper the edges Dapitan. Because on November eighteenth that was honestly I had never heard June twenty seven three style. The first time I heard that Trae Donnie, and that's how a lot of people back in that era where hearing about these foundational records. Let's take a listen to drake's new eighteenth, which references DJ screws June twenty-seventh. So. I'm coming. just met a girl, says she front age tile I, say my name. IS TRACEY AIN'T NOBODY RAILA Cup? Aside Cups. Smoking goes face Cana. June twenty-seventh. studied. You. Won't which. We. Talk My. Cousin of. Common not. I would say when the gates absolutely flooded. With the chopped and screwed down was in two thousand eleven two years later with rockies purple swear. Word. Swag Swag in so I'm not perks slag. Swag that smoke a Emma closed that big booty juice. Then from there. You just start hearing chopped and screwed in everything. Everybody's pitching down their voice. It's so far removed from Houston I don't think you can even call it. Chopped and screwed people just here this effect and they're just like I want to use it, and so I would definitely give that to purple swag. Is that moment even on the weekends initiation from two thousand eleven? He's from. He's from Toronto Lake Drake, and now he's pitching down his vocals and I wouldn't necessarily call that. A chopped and screwed inspired record. It's just now part of the collective consciousness of what rappers and pop stars are now doing. It makes me think that by two thousand thirteen. Get miley Cyrus and her song..

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"toronto lake" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

Welcome with Karim Kanji

16:28 min | 10 months ago

"toronto lake" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

"And in terms of playing because you don't just go get to boots and hearts because you've been wanting to But but tell me about tell me about playing locally like when did that I start. When did you have the The confidence to to go to a place that you weren't working at to perform to to go to a place where I'm working. Well yeah well because like at bowl bull and barrel in Windsor. You're the housing and like you were. You were working there any entertainer. Yeah Yeah Yeah but in Toronto Lake how did you how did you get your first Gig? Oh Man I don't even know what what my first GIG was. I know I met some other musicians. Ironically the one guy was from Windsor I think we met at another live show and then one thing led to another. We did A- show think one of my first shows in Toronto was actually at the Horseshoe Tavern. Yeah and not a bad place to have as you're not not a bad place no in and I think we're so fortunate to be To have venue like that that really supports independent artists and gives them a place to play and And it's it's. It's unfortunately not doesn't happen. It's happening less and less but Yeah the horseshoe tavern is is such a great venue so yeah. I'm very fortunate to have played there in one of my first gigs so as I go. Is your first album right as it goes my first album yes I I am finally part of the club. You've released singles before I am. Greg likes to ask the sort of question about you know what's in this day of streaming right. What's more important? What what are you looking at? Is You know is a releasing singles. Every couple of months is releasing a full album. What was your thought process going to an album after a few singles you released. Yeah I know it's A lot of the industry is going towards singles and and I agree that that's that's usually the case But a lot of these songs I felt like weren't they they wouldn't I felt like they would struggle to find a place to live as a single if that makes sense In I felt like it needed that album atmosphere to kind of really make it. Just make it a home and make it kind of complete. I'd I don't know. Does that make sense to you? Yeah I I just. I just didn't see some of the songs especially like some of the ballots. Which are a lot of people are saying are their favorite songs but but if you put them on their own they don't have that same effect so I felt lake or or they wouldn't get that attention on their either so you kind of need the other songs around it to to kind of push it into and in order to get it in front of people's eyes and ears Yeah so the closest I get to country. Music is Neil young okay. I'm a huge Neil young fan you are. I don't know Greg as well but I love his his. His light stuff. Acoustic his His heavy stuff is even when he did that. One electronic style album like I`ll. I'll devour almost anything that he does. I say that to say that. Probably my favorite country song is Joe. Lean and I'd never heard of that song until I saw video and it was Miley Cyrus. Doing a rendition of that. Like oh this is a really cool song And I was the first time you heard Joey like I said I. I don't listen to country. Music what Kinda podcast joost here. Carbon just asking. Just ask back on mute but then I heard I heard a podcast about the song and how it was like very different from other country songs about girl and boy in that whole dynamic and stuff but you have your own story about Yolene. Yeah I had a friend. Tell me once that I reminded her of the song. Joe Lean and the character in the song and so I was like all that so cool and then I She's like I. I knew the chorus but I didn't know the the versus very much so I I went home and a couple of days later it just it just. I remember to look up the lyrics. 'cause I was just curious and then I realized it was about a woman trying to steal a redhead trying to steal Dolly pertinence mad and I was like wait a minute here. That's a very nice thing to say so it really stuck with me and I was really offended actually by that because I had done absolutely nothing related to that but But I just wanted to make sure I set the record straight 'cause also at the same time I I had lost a couple of really good guy friends When they got girlfriends and they were forbidden to see me and it was so it was just it all. It was all happening at the same time and I had again. I didn't do anything wrong or to the latest or didn't have any of those intentions and And so I was like okay. I need to set the record straight so so then I wrote the song your Jelena's and it's called is this says I ain't or Jolyon fit your description honey but I ain't yolene so there you go. I think it's a great song by the way. Thank you and and we feel that music video back at the ball and barrel wear it all. I was GONNA say. Yeah because there's like all of these bartenders dance on the on the counter. Stuff I go. This is what it's about with my actual shirt. When like my real shirt that I worked in back in the day I still I kept it. And then so. I warned in the music video. And then the choreographer who's one of the blinds dancing in the video and the other redhead in video. That was dancing. They had also both worked with me at that bar at that time back in the so so to have them back in the music video for me was said to cool full circle moment that is were those the the people that told you should be. You should go to the big town where they there at all. I don't think that would have been awesome. I know right no no it was a it was a pretty small small. Set that day but But yeah it was really really cool to be back there. Yeah Greg I have to tell you that I can play Julian on my Ukulele now. Come on Yes. I'm telling you I'm telling you I think I think we need to hook it up the two of you. You can play the UKULELE sing along. I think that'd be brilliant. I mean we're we're we gotta get creative. Everybody's doing new so will set that we'll do. We'll do it on them. Excuse me we'll do it. On Twitch. And reese money perfect down. That's what that's what we'll do but so as I go. The single the one that went viral on On Tig talk who pissed you off somebody. Somebody pissed you off. That saw that one. That one was a song. We really had to think out of the box for that because it wasn't inspired by any story at all it was it was literally it was so I wrote with its to these guys and They they like never right with girls they said so so we and we were all completely drained of ideas coming into the right. Because that's just what you do in Nashville you right all the time so When it came to our right I was like guys. Do you have any ideas? They're like no do you. So so and it happens like some at some point. You either wrote all the good ideas you had or you're just drained so in that in that case it was both of those cases so So then we just kind of went off of a vibe rely K. Well I wanted to write with those guys because they reminded me. I saw them at a writers round and they reminded me of Eric Church. Who Love and I'm so inspired by him so I was I. Can we write an air search kind of style song so something? That's a little like preachy. Gospel Coursey in choruses or And then kind of rock ish and then so and I also love is really witty writing style so And of course in the title. It's I'M GONNA make it up as go in goes in leaving. So there's another twist on word so I think we really captured that witty writing style. Where there's a little pun twists on words there so Yeah I'm really really happy with how it turned out even though we do. We do mentioned. Carrie underwood in Song GonNa pull a Carrie Underwood we Which is I think the first time that phrases ever been coined. So I'm happy about that one but Nice oh but but yeah it was inspired by church you you you mentioned earlier about being an independent artist and You know you've got your music playing and you're checking the back end to see. Where's where people listening and that sort of stuff? Is that a conscious decision on your part or are you still sort of hoping a big labor picks you up? I'm curious about your your thought processor about being independent. We are I mean I think the there's there's a limit to Just how far you can go by yourself and And I'm I'm still going and More heads are turning but And I I've been sent a couple While I've been sent a publishing offer and I know people are watching. So it's it's kind of like that gambling waiting game where they're like. They're like Do we do we jumped now. Do we do we or do we wait and see how much she can do on her own. And then we'll come in or like so so that I know there's a bit of that going on right now But I know I do really enjoy this aspect of being on an independent artists because maybe I know making this album I had. I made every single decision. Go coming into it like as far as from what songs were selected to the title track name to or the the album name and the the picture we selected and and even in the production like I was I sat in on on all the sessions with my producer and and gave him my input in and we would try out new things and and he would just entertain me and and whenever I suggested something and and sometimes it worked. Sometimes it didn't but we tried it anyways and and To be part of that whole process and I don't think I would have been able to if I wasn't an independent artists and and even even making my music videos you know I edit them. I colored graded this last one and and produce them and Directed Joe Lean to your Joe. Lean and So I mean to be involved in those that many facets I don't know maybe I'm just a control freak but also we. Have you know the tools? Are there today for you to be able to do that? You wouldn't have been able to do that and fifteen years ago. Yeah and I think it's really helped I'm glad to to do this all myself into to book my shows and be my own manager and label and stuff like. I think by doing all of this. You have more of an appreciation for the other people that do it so so when those people do come along then yeah then. I'm going to be that much more appreciative in fortunate in grateful for their help. So what's next for you Kelsey? What's their next single? You know assuming that this pandemic doesn't go on for for too many months Fingers crossed you know. What's what can we expect from you So actually I'm letting the audience decide on their favorite song. And that's that's how I'M GONNA make my next music video and my radio team and I am unfortunate to have a radio team in publicist which they're unbelievable. And so I am going to ask that we're GONNA see all collaborate and see what the next radio single will be and it could be the audiences choice after all but Definitely the next music video of any make is going to be the audience choice. That's awesome so because I have a question for you what's that I I'd like to ask as we we sort of near the end of the show. What's in your ears lately so Actually a lot of Canadian other Canadian Country Music So there's actually one of my very good friends Kelly Prescott and she is. She's another she's also in Toronto She comes from a very musical family and I think her parents still have the record for they were in a country group and They still have the most. Cca's at of any group or artist ever so so she is but she's just so you are unique and natural. It's just you could tell it calms drew's runs in her blood. And so I am. She just released an AP..

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"toronto lake" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

15:57 min | 10 months ago

"toronto lake" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"So she started in numerals and painting and now she's a sculpture. So what did he think about? You leaving athletic leaving nursing and going to Toronto to become a country singer or were you the black sheep when you weren't becoming the country singer and you're going down the nursing path and Well they see. I've always been really fortunate. They've just been so encouraging and supportive in any venture that that I came up with you know as the number of times and jobs I've I've had growing up in the number of times when I was little I changed my dream occupation from being like a cashier to A schorr like it's the there's so many things and and whatever I said they just encouraged and went along with it and and did their best and trying to help. Guide me as parents than so fortunate for that My my brothers in the film industry and my sister's a speech pathologist so it's Yeah that's it's just ranges wherever a river our hearts desired. And that's that's it sort. What Year did you arrive in Toronto? I WANNA say it was about seven years ago. Okay yeah so not so long ago. No and when I saw when I moved in with my brother was in liberty village and so he had this like bachelor condo with no room sake. No no so no privacy really and we had. I didn't know I was GONNA move in with them so so. I would sleep on the on the floor on his inflatable mattress. That would deflate by the morning but it faced the window and then outside the window it was. There was this huge billboard that went up at the same time I moved in and and yeah. Yeah but it was. Ironically it was Miranda Lambert performing boots and hearts and So yeah which was twenty thirteen so yes seven years ago and And so I was I. That was what I woke up to. And what I fell asleep to every single night so again I was like another sign and I was determined it just like lit that fire underneath me to like get there and I was like I wanNA play this boots and hurts place and I had never heard about it before then coming from Wednesday it was only a couple of years in the making at that point but and so now I've I'm happy to say performed there three times so it's it's a it's been been really really fortunate to on a stage like that like cuts a massive odd. Yeah stooge to be in front of. Yeah I mean it's it's insane and just the whole atmosphere of it and In twenty eighteen we we got to play the main stage so I played the the front porch stage which is still huge And then I. That was in the emerging artist showcase in two thousand sixteen and in two thousand eighteen. We did the the main stage Which was incredible because we got to have her own trailer and we even show so so you have for us. They gave us a our own room inside a shared trailers. But it was like next to me. Was Jason Blaine. Who is one of my actual one of my co writers for One of my songs in the album called woman waiting so that was funny because we were warming up and we're seeing that song to warm up and he walks in. I wrote this song so So and then next to him was Megan Patrick and the next to her was midland. And then across from us ways Billy Curzon and Alan Jackson so it was It was pretty surreal and then just seeing them like wandering and I got to chat with Billy Korean for a good thirty minutes backstage. To and Yeah it's it's just it's a different world into experience at that way was was really really cool and rumor. Has It that there was a time when you wanted to go? But couldn't afford to go or something or am I going out. That was when the the billboard is outside my room and it was just that that motivation for me because I was like. I can't afford a bad loan. A ticket to this so I am and I promised myself I was like. If if I'M GONNA go it'll be because I'm performing in so nothing had happened so I was going to give in the year that it happened. I was going to finally give in and just buy a ticket. Then I got caught called to the emerging artist showcase a contest. So I was. I lucked out with that. I can just imagine me buying a ticket to a concert and then all of a sudden not being able to go. Because I'm GONNA play there. They'll never happened for me did you. Did you always know that country music was was the direction you were going to go to when you started saying focusing on becoming a musician I always kind of lean towards country. But I I. I don't think I was one hundred percent sold on it when it first started because they I started teaching myself. How to same by Doing impressions of other singers. So so D- first impression that I learned was Monica Angel of mine so that is our mb and then and then I learned to do like she kira and share and James Blunt and a bunch of different other artists and and it helped me to kind of discover my sound and and In basically just how how to sing? So Yeah it was a I guess it was. It was a process but but I did naturally gravitate towards country. Because I think my dad would played around the house enough. And why known a Judd? I guess they say when I was three years old. That was my very first favorite song. Ever was no one on Earth by own agenda so nice and I. I know in the video as I go. You're playing a guitar. We're how quickly did you learn how to play music or was that something that you've done as as a kid yeah I? I actually didn't pick up a guitar until I was twenty one and and I graduated and in that was when three months later I wrote my first song so And I mean I'm still not that good because I'm still I'm pretty self taught like I I had Maybe three months of lessons at first to start out and then once I learned juicy indios like okay. I'm good I'm good. So so it's it's still. It's still a process right now but But Yeah I guess I've I've come quite quite a bit from from then I guess but what about writing music. How does that come to you that well? I actually when a so when I moved to Toronto. Well Ju just bef- before I moved to Toronto. I came to visit my brother a couple times and I met up with somebody else in the country. Music Industry who's a manager at the time and And he gave me the advice k. Well if you're GONNA pursue this You'RE GONNA need to learn an instrument and you're going to need to write your own songs. And so when he told me that I really took it to heart and And I just I learned like pretty much the next day after that. So yeah and in terms of playing because you don't just go get to boots and hearts because you've been wanting to But but tell me about tell me about playing locally like when did that I start. When did you have the The confidence to to go to a place that you weren't working at to perform to to go to a place where I'm working. Well yeah well because like at bowl bull and barrel in Windsor. You're the housing and like you were. You were working there any entertainer. Yeah Yeah Yeah but in Toronto Lake how did you how did you get your first Gig? Oh Man I don't even know what what my first GIG was. I know I met some other musicians. Ironically the one guy was from Windsor I think we met at another live show and then one thing led to another. We did A- show think one of my first shows in Toronto was actually at the Horseshoe Tavern. Yeah and not a bad place to have as you're not not a bad place no in and I think we're so fortunate to be To have venue like that that really supports independent artists and gives them a place to play and And it's it's. It's unfortunately not doesn't happen. It's happening less and less but Yeah the horseshoe tavern is is such a great venue so yeah. I'm very fortunate to have played there in one of my first gigs so as I go. Is your first album right as it goes my first album yes I I am finally part of the club. You've released singles before I am. Greg likes to ask the sort of question about you know what's in this day of streaming right. What's more important? What what are you looking at? Is You know is a releasing singles. Every couple of months is releasing a full album. What was your thought process going to an album after a few singles you released. Yeah I know it's A lot of the industry is going towards singles and and I agree that that's that's usually the case But a lot of these songs I felt like weren't they they wouldn't I felt like they would struggle to find a place to live as a single if that makes sense In I felt like it needed that album atmosphere to kind of really make it. Just make it a home and make it kind of complete. I'd I don't know. Does that make sense to you? Yeah I I just. I just didn't see some of the songs especially like some of the ballots. Which are a lot of people are saying are their favorite songs but but if you put them on their own they don't have that same effect so I felt lake or or they wouldn't get that attention on their either so you kind of need the other songs around it to to kind of push it into and in order to get it in front of people's eyes and ears Yeah so the closest I get to country. Music is Neil young okay. I'm a huge Neil young fan you are. I don't know Greg as well but I love his his. His light stuff. Acoustic his His heavy stuff is even when he did that. One electronic style album like I`ll. I'll devour almost anything that he does. I say that to say that. Probably my favorite country song is Joe. Lean and I'd never heard of that song until I saw video and it was Miley Cyrus. Doing a rendition of that. Like oh this is a really cool song And I was the first time you heard Joey like I said I. I don't listen to country. Music what Kinda podcast joost here. Carbon just asking. Just ask back on mute but then I heard I heard a podcast about the song and how it was like very different from other country songs about girl and boy in that whole dynamic and stuff but you have your own story about Yolene. Yeah I had a friend. Tell me once that I reminded her of the song. Joe Lean and the character in the song and so I was like all that so cool and then I She's like I. I knew the chorus but I didn't know the the verses very much so I I went home and a couple of days later it just it just. I remember to look up the lyrics. 'cause I was just curious and then I realized it was about a woman trying to steal a redhead trying to steal Dolly pertinence mad and I was like wait a minute here. That's a very nice thing to say so it really stuck with me and I was really offended actually by that because I had done absolutely nothing related to that but But I just wanted to make sure I set the record straight 'cause also at the same time I I had lost a couple of really good guy friends When they got girlfriends and they were forbidden to see me and it was so it was just it all. It was all happening at the same time and I had again. I didn't do anything wrong or to the latest or didn't have any of those intentions and And so I was like okay. I need to set the record straight so so then I wrote the song your Jelena's and it's called is this says I ain't or Jolyon fit your description honey but I ain't yolene so there you go..

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"toronto lake" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"toronto lake" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of energy giant BP it commits Atlantic Richfield to spend more than a hundred and fifty million dollars to remove tons of buried mine waste capture entry dirty water and maintain environmental protections for ever and it came about in large part because in twenty seventeen the trump administration put you on a priority list of twenty one Superfund sites targeted for quote immediate and anti and attention this week's announcement is environmental victory the EPA can claim at the time that it's facing intense criticism for rolling back regulations on polluters but independent Superfund expert Kate Probst says it needs to be viewed from a big picture perspective I would argue since their seventeen hundred plus sites of which over thirteen hundred have not achieved the cleanup goals and over five hundred have not actually implemented their clean ups that addressing twenty one sites is not really a very successful program last week president trump proposed slashing EPA's budget by more than a quarter and the Superfund program by more than a hundred million dollars probe says super fund has suffered from inadequate funding for a long time so in spite of the rhetoric if this was really a priority for the administration one would think that they would certainly not cut funds and they might actually increase funding for the program Congress hasn't weighed in on president trumps proposed EPA cuts yet but it's clean up would likely not be affected because an oil company is responsible for funding it not taxpayers that's not the case for every Superfund site the local government is expected to approve be its final cleanup deal which then heads to federal court for review for NPR news I'm Nora sacks in Butte Montana you're listening to weekend edition from NPR news in Toronto a plan to develop waterfront property along Lake Ontario is meeting resistance the area is supposed to become a so called smart city with high tech sensors and data collectors baked into the infrastructure as David McGovern reports many in Canada's biggest city are concerned about the company chosen to develop the site the company's name is sidewalk labs that may not ring a bell but it's a spin off of a corporation whose name is much more instantly recognizable Google here's prime minister Justin Trudeau announcing the plan to develop the twelve acre block of public lands called key side on Toronto's Lake Ontario waterfront back in twenty seventeen a world leader in Irvine innovation sidewalk labs will create a test bed for new technologies in kisai technologies will help us build smarter greener more inclusive cities which we hope to see scaled across to Rogers eastern waterfront and eventually in other parts of Canada and around the world just the shape and is the sidewalk labs director of urban design and digital innovation he's especially excited about the green aspects of the project like plans to build the world's tallest timber buildings soaring thirty five story curve structures of glass and high density would in the benefits of that are that stealing concrete which is the primary materials for buildings there are some of the most significant contributors to greenhouse gas emissions would itself obviously renewable resource in itself actually embodied carbon innovative plans also include roads and sidewalks made of modular concrete slabs fitted with heating systems to melt snow and ice and the project involves thousands of monitors sensors and cameras on streets inside buildings and embedded in the infrastructure the monitoring of people's movements is intended to improve the efficiency of traffic flow energy use garbage collection and more so we're concerned about creating essentially a neighborhood in the city that's fundamentally based on a model of surveillance friend McPhail is a lawyer with the Canadian civil liberties association it is suing to block the development saying it is full of potential privacy breach is that violate Canadian constitutional rights particularly because betting technologies if the infrastructure that people don't have any choice about whether or not they're there don't have any control over what date it is or isn't being collected and have no meaningful way to consent to the information being collected bill says the only way to prevent that from happening is to completely avoid going to that part of the city she says that's just not fair but just the chiffons of sidewalk labs says this project is not about data harvesting or surveillance that's just not the business that we're in there's only data collected when it is truly in service of achieving a public benefit for example he says if there are sensors to improve pedestrian safety that would all be collected by the city of Toronto and since its initial proposal sidewalk labs has made a number of concessions including agreeing to hand over any of the data it collects to a government agency for safe keeping Torben widgets who heads the community organization block sidewalks remain skeptical the notion that we allow will sister company access to publicly owned land in the city of Toronto and allow them to develop you know new forms of delivering the services I think it's something that sort of strikes a nerve among a lot of people in front of so many people that the final approval date for the development has just been pushed from March until may this year to allow for more public consultation for NPR news.

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Plans To Develop High-Tech 'Smart City' In Toronto Met With Resistance

Weekend Edition Sunday

03:41 min | 1 year ago

Plans To Develop High-Tech 'Smart City' In Toronto Met With Resistance

"In Toronto a plan to develop waterfront property along Lake Ontario is meeting resistance the area is supposed to become a so called smart city with high tech sensors and data collectors baked into the infrastructure as David McGovern reports many in Canada's biggest city are concerned about the company chosen to develop the site the company's name is sidewalk labs that may not ring a bell but it's a spin off of a corporation whose name is much more instantly recognizable Google here's prime minister Justin Trudeau announcing the plan to develop the twelve acre block of public lands called key side on Toronto's Lake Ontario waterfront back in twenty seventeen a world leader in Irvine innovation sidewalk labs will create a test bed for new technologies in kisai technologies will help us build smarter greener more inclusive cities which we hope to see scaled across to Rogers eastern waterfront and eventually in other parts of Canada and around the world just the shape and is the sidewalk labs director of urban design and digital innovation he's especially excited about the green aspects of the project like plans to build the world's tallest timber buildings soaring thirty five story curve structures of glass and high density would in the benefits of that are that stealing concrete which is the primary materials for buildings there are some of the most significant contributors to greenhouse gas emissions would itself obviously renewable resource in itself actually embodied carbon innovative plans also include roads and sidewalks made of modular concrete slabs fitted with heating systems to melt snow and ice and the project involves thousands of monitors sensors and cameras on streets inside buildings and embedded in the infrastructure the monitoring of people's movements is intended to improve the efficiency of traffic flow energy use garbage collection and more so we're concerned about creating essentially a neighborhood in the city that's fundamentally based on a model of surveillance friend McPhail is a lawyer with the Canadian civil liberties association it is suing to block the development saying it is full of potential privacy breach is that violate Canadian constitutional rights particularly because betting technologies if the infrastructure that people don't have any choice about whether or not they're there don't have any control over what date it is or isn't being collected and have no meaningful way to consent to the information being collected bill says the only way to prevent that from happening is to completely avoid going to that part of the city she says that's just not fair but just the chiffons of sidewalk labs says this project is not about data harvesting or surveillance that's just not the business that we're in there's only data collected when it is truly in service of achieving a public benefit for example he says if there are sensors to improve pedestrian safety that would all be collected by the city of Toronto and since its initial proposal sidewalk labs has made a number of concessions including agreeing to hand over any of the data it collects to a government agency for safe keeping Torben widgets who heads the community organization block sidewalks remain skeptical the notion that we allow will sister company access to publicly owned land in the city of Toronto and allow them to develop you know new forms of delivering the services I think it's something that sort of strikes a nerve among a lot of people in front of so many people that the final approval date for the development has just been pushed from March until may this year to allow for more public

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"toronto lake" Discussed on Barstool Rundown

Barstool Rundown

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"toronto lake" Discussed on Barstool Rundown

"I. Rundown Genera- February sixth. Yep Yep brought to you by Dunkin of our so Pon Hawk is just a few weeks away and there's reminder where there's hockey there's Duncan so they're out here playing pond hockey on a rink in front of thousands of fans Dunkin cold brew. Is there to boost your passion for the game. That's right it's the Cold Abreu that has you ready for whatever. It is coming ahead whether that has taken a really big hit into the boards or hitting slapshot that flies in the top shelf. Dunkin's always hockey's cool roofs of choice. So Grab Dunkel brew in store or on the APP and get ready for the game. Where where's like the BARSTOOL team? Plan that division wear like geography wise. It's all in one spot. Oh I thought there are multiple locations the weekend with the first week is it. Where is it legal? Toronto Lake to twenty-first New Hampshire twenty-eighth there aren't though is going to be an interesting tournament. I saw some people talking Shit Online. I'm surprised you're not getting in gold man. All right right right. I can owners owners exemption. Would you play if you think about about it. Yeah that'd be hilarious. We had our team where the only thing that. There's a lot of goalie the Rangers. Oh Oh is that the judge Bulworth that Your Team Jersey that I have in my office. You flip the goals down right. Oh they've little goals so yeah did you should make yourself not just because they thought it was going to be a no. I'm sure if you say why said at least the million times I liked the opportunity to say no you know what the Jersey look like. I think WHO's Barstool. Of course he does the now. I heard talks of Dana. I don't think it's me Rudy. Y P Briggs Brunell chief that looks like you're probably GonNa be my let's like Yup. Yeah you should. That would actually be very funny. Shoot up where it's going and just didn't let anyone score. I don't know every regale goal. I mean that's the dream right to make a tournament that you can use win yourself. I mean that's what the goalie challenge was right. Main guys shoot from like yards away with no angle. whoa tennis balls? All right and beaver similar trouble in six zero land. Apparently are your God. Bruce Broussard's sources as as reported that these guys fucking hate each other. I've Louisville Online philly leaving their culture king. Smitty you WANNA join us so apparently they both wannabe both care about being celebrity is more than good basketball players. And then you believe that. Then you gotta like Al Horford. Who's like the total opposite of that? Who Comes in? And it's like just telling it like I said there's problems you lock disaster. Yeah that's that's apparent when you go l. like seven and forty on the road the season. There's no offensive continuity it's A. It's a rough lookout. Ben Ben Simmons still with Keller. There were seen when I gave not doing something central. I gave the most super bowl that because the sixers were there. I'm like they're definitely partying Sunday thing and they didn't even show on the road of all time Simmons with embiid's always talking of course since drama you orange trade because you got to trade one of the two work together about off the corner on the court they don't work and you're Kinda right about that. Simmons wants to push and and be wants to post up if it comes down to it and you don't do this for at least another year until it's certain that doesn't work out comes down to it. You Probably Trade Simmons. That's what I mean. especially if he wants to be playing style of play. That's kind of the League. Wants to learn in the league. I I agree. I in tacit nervous about embiid link her ten years as a big guy with fully problems which is classic right. You're never gonNA Generational Center but but again take the gamble on Simmons. Being a guy you can rely on for fifteen years and embiid like on unnoticed. Simmons was all supposed to have a jump shot this year and he can't work outside the paint I would be very. I don't know about them working together. I feel like you should should be able to make it work with two guys like that. I'd be much more concerned about the Eagle thing today's NBA like every two three months stars if you can't if that's so you can coexist with other clearly. You need at least one other and probably to comes down to day. Almost got to get rid. The coach at this point fresh blood. You can't win them shape. They needed blow the fucking for big started more than the sixers fans man back in the days. Yes absolutely not the crown crown the east by the way as much as I'm not sixer fan. I think what happens along the NBA is judgments are made around now and like by the time playoffs got their problem is not grow. Seems like off the court they might not like right on the court they literally do not work to get right because which bizarre Ardo Simmons can't shoot. You need to go right well and you have to play like fast. And but that's why and that's why I don't you can pick one. I wouldn't pick the guy who's playing the style of ball. That's like fading out star. You're going to get anybody else. You acquire a draft is gonNA WANNA play run and gun impossible to grace players when he's when he's gotten hurt Tom John Valentine's as just around the corner. It's probably a year you do. You do want to get caught with your pants down. That does happen. Eugene make sure Tommy John the most stylish comfortable and functional underwear out there. Tommy John Limited Edition Valentine's Day underwear in loudwar gifts for him in her plus all sets ten percent off. Tommy John is so sure you you and your partner are GonNa love their fit and feel that is all backed up by the best peer. You will ever wear or free guarantee that means if you don't like or love if you don't love your first I pair you'll get a full refund. Can't beat that shop.

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"toronto lake" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

12:00 min | 1 year ago

"toronto lake" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"So Gordon is talking to Brian. And she's like I'm so you WanNa talk and he's like would you want to talk about you. The winning that less word Bruce. Talk talk about just like how did I have the last word I started crying and went to the van and then you just walked right past me. Yeah exactly and and because well he had said he I told you what you did. I told you exactly what you did used to hate as if there was anything wrong with that you know. So she goes so she's she says yeah. I was crying crying. You Walk right past. And he goes. Oh so it's my vote again so it's like this whole victim complex. You know like yeah I kind of is your fault. Okay if you know it is possible that things things can be your fault multiple times especially to boneheaded things multiple times Brian. Yeah he's like you know loyalties big thing in my life. Everyone I grew the web came from a broken home so only loyalty was to each other. Mike Paul sorry by your parents getting divorced asshole zied like in the goonies is or something. What is this like all like you just lost six king? He's basically a cabinet he's like my parents were divorced. And so therefore I only had my my friends and loyalty was what kept us going. You know and not to discount the pain and that comes along with having parents divorce but I mean he he's making it sound like he was left on an island with a bunch of kids and they had to band together or else be killed off by some dark force. Yeah he's very orphan. Annie Right now like okay. Sorry about that still can't just be an asshole to people. Yeah I can't be nice guy all the time like I'm done with this breer. I'm sick of it of headed. Brute queued look so tough with your fucking bloody nose that you got from falling down to stand up shower stoop so then. So then courtney goes upstairs and she starts crying so Kevin starts hugging urine stuff. And then Kevin Evan. I'm Brian goes over to tanner. He's started bitching about Courtney. I feel like such an idiot. I feel like such an idiot. You know he starts basically bitching about the situation situation. And cates now comforting. Courtney and everything and Brian tells us or he tells he tells the bruise goes. It's always this and you never anything anything that she did. I'm like what did she do. Tell me what she did. What did she do one who who gets mad at you for something that they did? You know what what I mean like. Ben Why did you just get a Charley horse like Of course he's getting mad at you for stuff after you did. She did only makes sense according to her. Yeah Courtney Yeah but courtney also like the curse of the hot guy she should have dumped this guy guy a long time ago but he's like an ugly guy who doesn't work out with not get this far sorry to say because I know Courtney's always saying like whatever I don't just talk with guys 'cause they're hot not well you're staying with him because he's hot. 'cause there wasn't like great conversation or anything that you were having at that dinner that you were forced to go on and get rid of him is the point point get rid of. It makes me sad to see the beginning. She was like. I don't care this guy. Whatever who cares who cares who cares and now she's fallen firm and that that she's like made to cry because this douchebag that she seemed like she didn't even care about no so then he goes? Here's every time we talk. Have something like that. She runs and tells Kate I'm like well. What are you doing? Who are you telling right? Now Tannin Ashton Yup and like why would he be so shocked that he goes runs until Skate cates. Her friend Keita's literally her friend Ran. The whole fight is that she defended her friend. And now you're surprised that she would then go and talk to her friend about about this issue. That came up when she's trying to fend. Yes also these boys are the biggest tattletale every single thing. They do their brew. Did you hear so. Oh my God this last charter and everyone is cracking cuts. According going Simone. You're wearing the wrong skirt. Smells like Simone you're wearing cured cup for your skirts. Oh really new. Semenya rang skirt steak. uh-huh seriously get it together. So yes now they're lined up for the guests and kids like to Captain Leach goes. Have you ever wanted to throw up and smile at the same time gas. I feel second second baby eaten shit sandwiches every goddamn second think. That's easy to keep them. Yeah Yeah it's called Loria. Walking into the restaurant. Asking for an opinion clouds his is always describing yourself as the as the noble one. Yeah Lorient always trying to tell me how to make a proper onion peel. Just the way they do it at Applebee's whatever that means You're onion killed. Make Them Laura yet so this new group of girls come in done done. They're ready to party. It's like a typical party of girls. Yeah Djamil Hill I believe for last time girl. So it's not the typical like ooh. They're like a always girls like hey. Hey Hey girl so Djamil has I'll have to look it up. I think Bill Bill Hill right so she is like. I don't know I don't know the last thing I think it's Djamil. I've gotTA look it up down first name to K.. It's fast so she's a sports cow former sportscaster from ESPN. So it's like a big celebrity charter and everything runs like all excited. And so we get like the boat tour all the usual stuff. Vote tour the boat leaving the dock. All that fun stuff and they're gonNA have a big ninety s party because GEMOLOGIST got engaged. I and our Frederik. Here's a balloon thing. So how about that and Kate tells us that she loves the ninety s because I would scotches and smoke a lot of pot. Is that tout. I I literally cannot imagine kate. Gosh Oh scars like Boston's it was it was like a variation creation of punk. That's been informed by Rageh. It's it's like half the soundtrack clueless. It had like a very big moment from like ninety five to ninety seven at most. It's always been around and it's still around but it's like songs Dan. Dan Don't on Toronto Lake Horn sections and and like they're also by where Saxon. How do I not know? Scott Scott Music. I guarantee you know sky's such a ninety s thing in the ninety s like whatever. Her name is Patty. Her last name is lip own I'm sure there are some Scott. Scott covers Patti lupone. I guarantee there are going to look it up. It's like like never had to knock on wood. Remember that Song Birds I. It's also my versus New Orleans. Music burnt burnt my apartment. It's in the Bird Genera. It's like a little a little innocent car beep. It's been cartooning when he's mad at an old lady for changing lanes of I wish. I wish my Subaru had as much authority as that. Minesweeper is like the worst all right dammit so here we go back to this show so oh Kevin is in the kitchen. And he's like Oh we're GonNa David Stagg on on Gloucester and then we're going to do chicken bought ball at each Okla Moose. And Courtney goes word he's like did you just say she's like as in. I don't have words for how simple this food is safe. You Towers. Why not? What else so Bryan and national eating and the crew mass and Riley just gets food and passes them in ashes like digitally? Just take a fee to a room showing quality shine. Thanks snickering and I mean it is so obnoxious. I mean here's a person who feels so uncomfortable around you that it's just eat her food in her room. It's almost like a high school in the dorks that have to eat their launch on the toilet in the bathroom. I just it just disgusts me. I'm disgusted I am just got sky is turning into stock right now I am. How dare you? How dare you make her in her bedroom? How dare you? It's my becky fucking says Simone is chatting with the gas us and they loved that she's from Johannesburg and Jamal starts talking about how she was in Johannesburg working for thirty days. And someone's like this woman is kick offs Ossis woman. She's totally kick ass and yes so now there's like lunchtime and there's food that's coming through and Everyone everyone likes the soup. Everyone's really into the soup. And A and Kate tells Kevin She's like in the kitchen and she tells Kevin that she wants to know what all the elements of the meal even if she's not always in the galleys just wants to know what the elements laments are. And he's not around. We do you like Daddy Noah around but will have a lot of opinions about my life and my food dot Kaz. He has played out in these days. Courtney knows what I need like Yeah but you're going to have to understand that there are times where I'm not in the Galley because I'm actually working other places but I still need to know what's going on. And he's like going back. I spoke I spoke to Daichi. I Miss Ye but the thing is this just last episode. He was complaining that like when they had to serve Dinner the inside and then. She couldn't access the pitchers to do table side soup pouring and he's like Kaido is seems to be a little bit Bihar. It's just not audit. She is literally asking you to tell her what's going on and you don't want to tell her so I mean so The girls are asking K.. One says could you give idea like what's going on the rest of the day in case like Eating jet skiing dinner dinner at eight thirty and journals like actually we prefer nine and she tells her friends who like. I'm not here for someone to tell me what time I'm eating okay. They set their scheduled to us. It's not the other way around and I was like good here. We go someone's going to try and start some fights and you're starting with the wrong person. 'cause it's like the end in Kate literally. It really does not care little very famous back. She's Obamacare Fun with your paid appearance on. TV I said I'm glad you really really stood up for an extra thirty minutes. Okay Grain Jack who really got me on time nailed it. TV Lady so then we have like a montage from the ladies. Are Jet Skiing Kevin slicing onions. And then we see all the women after their what our toys and everything they're now like hanging out and just serving drinks and stuff like awkward silence and she just like the most kate face on like. I'm just going to be very quiet. I'm GONNA put a glass down here lesson here. If someone speak to me I will probably just leave the boat pouring and such malls like there's some interesting service service issues and one.

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"toronto lake" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

FunnelHacker Radio

14:20 min | 1 year ago

"toronto lake" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

"Yeah this is kind of fun so I've had hacker radio leaf back the last year and a half two years we started off originally click finals radio or our social media manager at the time we should brand more funnel hacker radio and as Russell's been going through his traffic secrets book you're looking at just branding and everything that we've been doing and we got a million more as for quick funnels than we do for funnel hackers and so we've gone back and you actually one of our very first few hosts on the relaunch of click funnels radio so welcome to the show them often getting me here I'm excited and that's that's a lot of fun it is a lot of fun for us so often don't know Dmitri Dmitry is the CO founder of just reach up to Sass any Dmitry Blonde to Dan mortels SAS Kademi and fun- fund kind of seen everyone's different businesses and how they're growing uses have cool business and not one would have expected so for Dmitri actually was a worked at polar so the heart monitors all that kind of stuff well it's actually a so polar as the there's many different companies amy poehler says sometimes confusing doc I was with the polling company Koehler says come out you Kim them basically created a poll and you can pull others the lap oh so you guys were acquired by Google and yes google sits there and offers uses crazy insane salary to stay on and you decide to say you know what I need you you go on out here I'm GonNa go do my own thing why in the world would you do something like that yeah well it's kind of a crazy situation 'cause resist the few of US actually met up with some people from that company today just before this and we built it so fast I was the only marketer that kind of was responsible for scaling at the restaurant engineering talent polling APP and so what I decided to do is create a little a relationship between breaking news stories and polls people created and so they would stick these little polls he's little widgets of hours inside convince journalists to stick it inside their breaking news articles so when somebody was wiring somebody else or some the Mayor of Toronto was smoking crack or xbox was coming out with a new feature they were sticking arm widgets inside unbear- article tons of fun doing that over and over and over and over again and you can imagine like if you're on a breaking story you get a lot out of use of your little widget and people will get a lot of boats like is the Mayor Toronto Lake Addicted to crack or not unbelievable holes that people the Houston Chronicle and Washington posts and NPR they would get more people staying on the site so they'd love it and we quickly the metrics to forty million pagers a month and at the time Google plus was still little struggling so google we got amp up the whole Google plus thing and them were required because of that And you know I lived in the valley for six years I've interviewed Tim Ferriss Than Evan Williams from twitter and all the big names you know event I and warcraft Mount Mallaig I've met an interview Bama build relationships with them even Ashton could share it was kind of crazy but I've done it and so I didn't want to go back to Silicon Valley most of all I regret I did want to work for the man like I just I did that when I was teenager I I saw I started going entrepreneurial route and a hacking bootstrapping I just WanNa do it anymore and I knew that there was two year earn out for your now I would have been set the bought three these houses probably the Tesla I just said no man I gotta I need to build something that teaches people how to do outreach and get vr going for themselves with ow affirms without ex consultants and so it was just a dream of mine for so long be like doing myself a disservice feeling kind of math for four years taking that money I gotta do my like follow my own dream kind of do my own thing it was a crazy time to my son was going to be brought born my wife was pregnant I and I was like I'm just gonNA walk away from a salary walk away from all the money and just I work on my little idea here and like maybe get a consultant gigs so we can like pay the kind of like an insane time La but house like you know you only live once you kind of I don't want to Hannah Sorta but you know has a bit good decision yes I am so much happier now that I've ever have been in my life I think and so much more satisfied what I do now is that it's amazing and I work twenty hours a week and you know I make way more than ever made in my in my entire life and it's been an amazing journey from that time till this so I know that's been more than just a couple of days from leaving Google where you're at now a lot of failure lot of ups and downs ons help people understand what's that jury I mean to leave Google is not the easiest thing in the world to commit your spouse of time or or was actually you know what I did I actually pushed myself away from even joining so I I stayed on the sidelines as a consultant to make sure I don't go process to make sure that I'm not considered for I don't mess up the acquisition at all that I'm not an issue at all so I literally when I heard that this was happening I was like just take me out of the equation I'm full ban consultants I'm not an employee of the company and steer my own way clearly so that process was just kinda tough to circumnavigate because even built company and help them build the company you know but it was just a lot of miscommunication to at the time like press was on me more information about us like details and it was just a little crazy that time and the people that decided to the Ford now to just reach out your new company just reach out dot io why pr because I know a lot of our give you some context a lot of our click funnels audience all hackers days you have their own small businesses small to middle sized businesses most of our clients are from start up to ten to fifty million dollars just matter to them always says it does pr even matter and why yeah I think PR matters and it's mainly for small businesses like fun L. Hackers people are are your audience the reason being is that PR can equate sales and customers and that's what people don't understand and don't want to understand I don't want to implement a because they don't know how to do it needs like this blackbox but really if you do pr right it's really content that you create that is evergreen that gives you more and more and more customers every single day without coming to invest money and run ads so instead of you the conventional notion that we're all used to that I'm sure funnel hackers are used to his money in money out you put money in you get money out of the whole funnel and that money in could be a one time investment and that could be content that's ranking high on Google and then no more money after that once you ranked number one for your key term than that money in just keeps coming in without you having to invest any anything into it so I ranked for the term PR average anybody who's googling PR each wants to figure out how to do it and so I don't put any money into it either the two years ago and that's a piece of content on my site organic from Google I get sixty people that sign up every week on my service just because I ranked number one there that's a PR initiative you know not the people think of as a National Theon initiative but that's a PR campaign that you run and so that's what I tell people it matters you know because you don't have to continuously spend more money to get more customers if you do it strategically so how does how does just reach out Donna it'll help a person with their PR 'cause you're kind of against the whole ideas Moore's hiring pr firm Yes yeah because I've spent so many thousands hundreds of thousands of dollars personally hiring affirms over the last five years and probably seven years now and just child is build for you who do your own PR outreach and build relationships with journalists so I need to figure out what keyword you WANNA rank number one four whether the and once you do then you you're doing pr around that one piece of content that content can be data that could be inside could be something that is powerful enough for John list to grab onto suggests we child with does I tell you what journalists need every day so every day hundreds of thousands of quarries come out from journalists everyday looking for and we got him to rank number one for the term sales management right now even they have a snippet they should google sales management they come up number once nip on Google and so when we're doing that project were saying alright well there's tons of journalists just need an expert to quote for the Best Sales ticks for two thousand nineteen articles thousand twenty article and so when we wrote that article one of the first things we did is we use just reach out to you just respond to these courts 'cause you journalists already submitting them and are to aggregate all these things that for one for any keyword really see Linden sales marketing expert north ever feel an expert you are and then you find them in you reach out to journalists and you say answering your corey and I'd love for you to contribute right 'cause you need some names usually deadline within a few days or so we also help you find podcasts opportunities where the host themselves needs specific person to be on their show again another way to get a little bit of publicity who try in rank for AP's content we also allow you to find all sorts of other the page journalists so we'll find you the most relevant journalists on your copy in we'll tell you why most relevant for that topic why they might WanNa talk to you lots of different tools in this platform that allow you to find me relevant journalists by yourself composer pitch send it out and track how that's doing and improve the pitching process as well as you get going we have of course in the would just reach out dot. Io does lousy work your way in is there way that you can actually buy your way into these dreamers yes so they're sponsored content all the time and platform allows you to find sponsored opportunities so now the words emailing somebody at Forbes and asking them hey I want to you to feature me something doesn't work a lot of people do this and that journalists might not want to pay attention to you and you actually might not have but advertising wise there's tons of opportunities tech crunch does this a lot with US business insider even with downland with New York Times as well where it's sponsored content so you write content in it looks like a regular piece of article like a regular piece of content on magazine somewhere but it's sponsored it might say next to you byline sponsored right but it still got irregular headline a regular set up just like a regular article and what happens is you pay money and you get promoted and he goes to the homepage it goes to the newsletter and you see the performance of these out these articles him promoted you promote it yourself the thing is leads from third-party sites come in much better rate and convert better than your own side thirty.

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"toronto lake" Discussed on The Polygon Show

The Polygon Show

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"toronto lake" Discussed on The Polygon Show

"Thing as to what you're saying toronto lake there wasn't much in english or just like for kids including there was no nickelodeon and i remember distinctly being so upset that i could not watch invader zim well. It was a way at the seven year old and i was like swim. Watch him like the whole. I don't care about this great experience of heaven. Watch him <hes> which yeah <hes> very telling. I loved red stereo rock all that stuff <hes> yeah. I think it became popular again because people like around our age like people who were seven. It started where now like you know. Closer your age. When you watch the chelsea so they could buy merch they could buy merge hot topic. They were listening to their shitty ema music music which i listened to too don't worry and they were like finding themselves again and they were like whoa. This show was actually cooler dark and we'll end saw saw. Everyone loved girl. Remember ever was so into for those like that one hoodie that was gersh phased that you pulled over your head yet yeah no i did not but i just knew so many so many people it was such a particular signifier. Yeah you know it could you draw character of a person and that would be at <unk> slippers aso good little tongue. That's the best <music> slow yeah. I love that show so much. It's on hulu <hes> so china your time and i was watching it a couple months ago when i was very depressed because that's gotta show you watch. What you're depressed is frigging vader's morning. We sat totally italy fine <hes> and it's a so funny and so unique still so i'm very excited for the special now even more so all right well. I think that does it for our show this week. This was a really good one. <hes> thank you so much. What if you were like this episode of all the trauma and palmer's expert. Sir never piece uses. No thank you for china and palmer. I guess also thank allegra <hes>. That's one and no i. I was really fun talking <hes> especially considering. I'm not trying to be like i'm all but it is nice to have different from perspectives on the show and i really enjoyed talking to you. All thank you for having us. Welcome back anytime we also humanly very nicely harmonize as beautiful <hes> as always. If you like the show please give us a rating <hes> five stars only only on itunes <hes> sorry apple podcasts if you could and also just give us nice review always send us emails all young.

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"toronto lake" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"toronto lake" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"But now that value is kind of gone away from XM security. So it was. It was a disaster all the way around. But the derby makes a big mistake. They allow too many three year old colts to run these races track is crowded the colts beyond the new to the racing game. One hundred fifty thousand people screaming you're going to have an accident someday. And that's what they almost hit on the stretch when the horse veered out and bumped into to others. It was probably justified in taking his number down. But it should be a smaller field in the derby, particularly at an off track like Saturday. All right, Don. So my next question is, you know, a lot of people are weighing in even the president saying political political correctness ruined it, but is it that, and you've covered a lot of things throughout your career is that we just don't know that much about horse racing as as a as a collective here. I mean, really we only watched the three major races. Right. There's a saying racing, man. I've been around a lot. There's racing luck. And oftentimes, it's bad. And that's what happened Saturday to maximum security. Nobody thought they'd ever taken number down. The word was privately in racing circles. They'll never take number down in the derby Olympic just a flagrant foul back in sixty eight. They did have a horse that one was number was taken down later after the race. You have to the blood test came in. He was found using. Mutiso illegal drug, but this one surprised everybody and something that's gonna live on for a long time. Yeah forever. It's it's the first time in history in the the since that race has been run on the hardwood guys the raptors the nuggets they've regained home-court advantage in their conference semifinals that even their respective series at two games. A piece of good basketball action this weekend Gaylon? Start with the Sixers game yesterday. I thought they had the game in hand about two three one in that series headed terrible fourth quarter stressing poorly the Sixers played, but you know, everyone about Kevin Durant stellar performance in the playoffs for the goals. They warriors who's talking about collide Leonard, I think he might even be playing better than K D thirty nine points, fourteen rebounds yesterday thirteen to twenty from the field in Sixers second year guard Ben Simmons tried to guard Kawhi Leonard, and he got absolutely destroyed. Simmons had one of his worst game. As a pro. Yes today. And then Joel Embiid only had eleven points, blaming an illness. And no sleep Sali's been strange either been great or a no show of this series. But again in that fourth quarter Sixers seven minutes without a field goal. And now they go back to Toronto for game. Five in Toronto lake. You said has homecourt advantage again. And then last night that nuggets blazer series. That's clearly been the most fun series the watch so far. I mean, let's not forget about. On Friday nights. Epic four overtime win for the blazers. But yesterday Denver prevailed on the road one sixteen one twelve they tied to series of two apiece. Nugget center Nikola Jokic Matt posted another triple double. I can't stress enough. How valuable job for these Doug? We all know we can score pass and rebound. But his ability to set screens met freeze of other nuggets players for wide open looks on just about every possession. You take Yokich off his team. They don't even make the playoffs. That's valuable. He is. Yeah. Absolutely. Right. On those screens to getting back the Colli Mike Adams with NBA dot com averaging thirty eight points per game on sixty two percent shooting. Jordan averaged over thirty five on sixty percent of shooting in one playoff series other than that. Nobody LeBron Katie Koby never did it. So we are watching greatness right now in the NBA and in the NBA playoffs, watch TV watching quite lettered in you know, he does everything. So well, but you know, they didn't think he was a good shooter early in his career in Popovich would say that with the Spurs. Now the league three. Point shooter. I mean, he doesn't miss shots as Baker and one other thing I wanted to mention Steph curry struggled where where was he where was he in the fourth quarter? I know everyone is talking about it have you seven at twenty three from the field. But the biggest problem for stent has been his defense. I mean, if you watch the rockets every possession, they attack Steph curry Weber Steph guarding that guy is getting the ball, and they're attacking Steph, and it's getting his head, and it's hurting offense and one other thing you'll Katy at forty six in the warriors loss on Saturday night. But it was a bad forty six matters nothing against K D. But the warriors lose their dynamic of all that ball movement and cutting away from the ball back door cuts. They all just stood around and watched Katie and that fourth quarter. And that's that makes the rocket excuse me, the warriors beatable and predictable negotiating next year's contract. I mean, I I don't I've never seen Katie play. Like this in the playoffs. You're talking about the last three to four games. I I would think I have to go back and look at the numbers, but he's averaging at least more than thirty a game in the last three to four games. I wanna say thirty eight a game and those four last four games. It's been unbelievable. You just make an shots like ripping on caney for scorn too much. What do you? If you want percents from the field. He's doing nothing wrong. He's played as well. As anyone's ever played on the offensive enemy NBA. No doubt about it. Yeah. Well, it does. But it does get stale. It does you know, it does get slow. And when one guy is doing all the work, and nobody else is involved NHL Saint Louis blues. The feeding Dallas Stars four one forcing a seventh game with Dallas. Yeah. That was that was a tremendous win for them. They're all even now they'll go to a game seven couple of big game tonight. Mad that STAN Jose in position to close out. Colorado San Jose leading three two to go to games sticks and the same with the Boston Bruins over the Columbus. Blue jackets ruins up three to the wind Saturday for the San Jose Sharks was really great defense. They absolutely shut down all the scores for Denver, Colorado, McKinnon and land Scoggins guys can thing. Yeah. Guys. We'll check back in with you on Wednesday. Thank you so much. Donna gave thanks guys Monday Wednesday. Friday, quickies corner joins me right here on af en you can find out more by heading over to talk stream live more breaking news on the way on this Monday morning right now word from our sponsors Amazon music. Avoid all you need. 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NBA playoffs roundup

America's Morning News

03:49 min | 1 year ago

NBA playoffs roundup

"On the hardwood guys the raptors the nuggets they've regained home-court advantage in their conference semifinals that even their respective series at two games. A piece of good basketball action this weekend Gaylon? Start with the Sixers game yesterday. I thought they had the game in hand about two three one in that series headed terrible fourth quarter stressing poorly the Sixers played, but you know, everyone about Kevin Durant stellar performance in the playoffs for the goals. They warriors who's talking about collide Leonard, I think he might even be playing better than K D thirty nine points, fourteen rebounds yesterday thirteen to twenty from the field in Sixers second year guard Ben Simmons tried to guard Kawhi Leonard, and he got absolutely destroyed. Simmons had one of his worst game. As a pro. Yes today. And then Joel Embiid only had eleven points, blaming an illness. And no sleep Sali's been strange either been great or a no show of this series. But again in that fourth quarter Sixers seven minutes without a field goal. And now they go back to Toronto for game. Five in Toronto lake. You said has homecourt advantage again. And then last night that nuggets blazer series. That's clearly been the most fun series the watch so far. I mean, let's not forget about. On Friday nights. Epic four overtime win for the blazers. But yesterday Denver prevailed on the road one sixteen one twelve they tied to series of two apiece. Nugget center Nikola Jokic Matt posted another triple double. I can't stress enough. How valuable job for these Doug? We all know we can score pass and rebound. But his ability to set screens met freeze of other nuggets players for wide open looks on just about every possession. You take Yokich off his team. They don't even make the playoffs. That's valuable. He is. Yeah. Absolutely. Right. On those screens to getting back the Colli Mike Adams with NBA dot com averaging thirty eight points per game on sixty two percent shooting. Jordan averaged over thirty five on sixty percent of shooting in one playoff series other than that. Nobody LeBron Katie Koby never did it. So we are watching greatness right now in the NBA and in the NBA playoffs, watch TV watching quite lettered in you know, he does everything. So well, but you know, they didn't think he was a good shooter early in his career in Popovich would say that with the Spurs. Now the league three. Point shooter. I mean, he doesn't miss shots as Baker and one other thing I wanted to mention Steph curry struggled where where was he where was he in the fourth quarter? I know everyone is talking about it have you seven at twenty three from the field. But the biggest problem for stent has been his defense. I mean, if you watch the rockets every possession, they attack Steph curry Weber Steph guarding that guy is getting the ball, and they're attacking Steph, and it's getting his head, and it's hurting offense and one other thing you'll Katy at forty six in the warriors loss on Saturday night. But it was a bad forty six matters nothing against K D. But the warriors lose their dynamic of all that ball movement and cutting away from the ball back door cuts. They all just stood around and watched Katie and that fourth quarter. And that's that makes the rocket excuse me, the warriors beatable and predictable negotiating next year's contract. I mean, I I don't I've never seen Katie play. Like this in the playoffs. You're talking about the last three to four games. I I would think I have to go back and look at the numbers, but he's averaging at least more than thirty a game in the last three to four games. I wanna say thirty eight a game and those four last four games. It's been unbelievable. You just make an shots like ripping on caney for scorn too much. What do you? If you want percents from the field. He's doing nothing wrong. He's played as well. As anyone's ever played on the offensive enemy NBA. No doubt about it. Yeah. Well, it does. But it does get stale. It does you know, it does get slow. And when one guy is doing all the work, and nobody else is

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"toronto lake" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"toronto lake" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"It alive. There's racing luck. And oftentimes, it's bad. And that's what happened Saturday the maximum security. Nobody thought they'd ever taken number down. The word was privately in racing circles. They'll never take a number down in the derby, unless they just a flagrant foul back in sixty eight. They did have a horse that one was number was taken down later after the race of the blood test came in he was found using illegal drug, but this one surprised everybody, and it's something that's going to live on for a long time. Yep. Forever. It's it's the first time in history in the the the length since that race has been run on the hardwood guys the raptors the nuggets they've regained home-court advantage in their conference semifinals they even their respective series at two games. A piece of good basketball action this weekend Gaylon? Start with the Sixers game yesterday. I thought they had the game in hand three one in that series. May just had a terrible quarterback. Poorly. The Sixers played, but everyone's talking about Kevin Durant stellar performance in these playoffs for the goals day warriors, who's talking about collide, Leonard, I think he might even be playing better than K D thirty nine points, fourteen rebounds yesterday thirteen to twenty from the field in Sixers second year guard Ben Simmons tried to guard Kawhi Leonard, and he got absolutely destroyed. Simmons had one of his worst games is a pro yesterday. And then Joel Embiid only had eleven points, blaming an illness. And no sleep till he's been strange either been great or a no show with this series. But again in that fourth quarter. Sixers went seven minutes without a field goal. And now they go back to Toronto for game. Five in Toronto lake. You said has homecourt advantage again and then last night that nuggets blazers series. That's clearly been the most fun series the watch so far. I mean, let's not forget about Friday night's epic four overtime win for the blazers. But yesterday Denver prevailed on the road one sixteen one twelve they tied the series at two apiece. Dougy center Nikola Jokic mad posted another triple double. I can't stress enough. How valuable for these dugouts? We all know we can score pass and rebound, but his ability to set screens met frees up other nuggets players for wide open looks on just about every possession. You take Yokich off his team. They don't even make the playoffs. That's how valuable he is. Yeah. Absolutely. Right. On those screens to getting back to Kawai Mike Adams with NBA dot com averaging thirty eight points per game on sixty two percent shooting. Jordan averaged over thirty five on sixty percent of shooting in one playoff series other than that. Nobody LeBron Katie Kobe never did it. So we are watching greatness right now in the NBA and in the NBA playoffs wise TV watching quite Leonard. And you know, he does everything so well, but you know, they didn't think he was a good shooter early in his career you Popovich would say that with the Spurs. Now, he's in a league three. Point shooter. I mean, he doesn't miss shots shotmaker in one other thing I wanted to mention Mattis Steph curry struggled where where was he where was he in the fourth quarter? I know everyone is talking about it. I've you seven Twenty-three from the field. But the biggest problem for step has been his defense. I mean, if you watch the rockets every possession, they attack Steph curry Weber Steph guarding that guy is getting the ball, and they're attacking Steph and it's getting his head and it's hurting his offense. And one other thing you'll Katy at forty six in the warriors was on Saturday night. But it was a bad Forty-six matters nothing against K D. But the warriors lose their dynamic of all that ball movement. It's cutting away from the ball back door cuts. They all just stood around and watched Katie in that fourth quarter. And that's that makes the rock or excuse me. The warriors beatable and predictable is negotiating next year's contract. I mean, I I don't I've never seen Katie play. Like this in the playoffs. You're talking about the last three to four games. I I would think I have to go back and look at the numbers, but he's averaging at least more than thirty a game in the last three to four games. I want to say thirty eight a game and those fort last four games. It's been unbelievable. He just make an it's like, I'm ripping on Katie for scoring too much. But he's skis. You one percents from the field. He's doing nothing wrong. He's played as well. As anyone's ever played on the offensive end in the NBA. No doubt about it. Yeah. Well, it does. But it does get stale. It does you know, it does get slow. And when one guy is doing all the work, and nobody else's involved. NHL Saint Louis blues. The feeding Dallas Stars four one forcing a seventh game with Dallas. Yeah. That was a that was a tremendous win for them. They're all even up. Now, they'll go to a game seven couple of big game. Tonight. Mad at San Jose and position to close out. Colorado San Jose leading three two to go to games sticks and the same with the Boston Bruins over the Columbus. Blue jackets ruins are three to the wind Saturday for the San Jose Sharks. That was really great defense. They absolutely shut down. All the great scores for Denver, Colorado. Mckinnon and Landis Scoggins got. Thing. Yeah. Guys. We'll check back in with you on Wednesday. Thank you so much. Thanks Donna game right there. Thanks, guys. Monday wednesday..

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"toronto lake" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

09:29 min | 1 year ago

"toronto lake" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"My. Excellent. I get it. I know what song that is to hear what you're here you're saying will good than here. This faces magazine is Ottawa's sports lifestyle and entertainment magazine offered for free across eastern Ontario phases in their tenth year. Proud to be auto owned and operated. Sports features in the May June issue and could the cover story Thomas Chabad, Canadian, tennis, FINA, Bianca Andreescu faces MAG dot CA and life's busy. But the folks Jim K Ford are here to help out with a new ad home. Test drive book your at home test drive today at Jim k four dot com. Here's how I see it. If you need a new vehicle, and you love our show, why not support the guys who support us. Jim k four dot com. You Ville drive in Orleans. You must be feeling pretty good these days because you're Carolina pick. Now, he didn't say it right out of the gate, but you did say it after the first round the thought Carolina was maybe the team to beat that. They're awesome. And man, they make sure worker. The New York Islanders. They're going to the eastern final. And you know, what they're a little bit. Like, you know, the the most interesting man in the world from those doses ads. Love saw those a million times will that that's pretty much. What Carolina is I don't often choose to make the playoffs. But when I do I choose to go deep. Yeah. Off appearances four playoff appearances since two thousand two and they've made the conference final every time. Right. Cool. Yuck. Oh, listen. You may not have time to do this to go back and listen to our previous shows from this start of this podcast. I know I said it right after the first round. Okay. That I committed to them. But I think I was saying during the first round to during the first round. So it's not I'm not I'm not quite a little bandwagon her there. So I gave you a ton of credit there. And you want more I want more. I want more credit. Yeah. But that was always the series, right? That no one really was interested in. I I liked it. Because of the upset that the one of these teams is going through to the final four, you know, so good for them. Good for them. The thing is bothersome for me right now about an HMO playoffs is down Saint Louis was on this afternoon. And it was like twenty five degrees out here. Like we finally had these this past weekend in Ottawa. We had fantastic weather and the Stanley Cup playoffs were on like, I'm sorry. I'm just not watching that. I'm not watching Dallas Saint Louis when I've been waiting would seems like eleven months for a half decent day. They have no interest in Canada whatsoever. Do they Google listen do me, Google Baltimore? I wonder what the weather is for this week. Got a song for you. Shut up. By the way for one Saint Louis Wednesday. That's so we go to decider there right game seven and the wraps. The wraps were looking like they were going. They were done against Philly wins today. Big one to tied up to all. I want to go down that little raptor field there. The front of the arena where they all are all the crazy little kids. Steve. I'd look good down there. Yeah. Toronto lakes to cram itself in front of the building quite a bit. Okay. So here's your weather for Baltimore. Thank you sunny. Twenty four on may the sixth shut it gnarly sunny in twenty seven on Tuesday. Why? Twenty and cooler and little on the cloudy side. But no rain Wednesday and the Twenty-one mostly cloudy, a little rain on Thursday. Which is when you leave right? I leave to come back. And then Friday, we're doing we're doing the gig. Are you letting any that out of the bag yet? Does anyone know where we're going yet on the next episode all will be known? All right. But I can tell you that it's happening on Friday night. He around six thirty book that you're going to get to see me and person. Other to still in the name of the show themselves be over here in the corner. Any? Watching the force of nature. Here. I'll introduce the show, and then this sort of, you know, just stand back and press buttons elicit, I'll tell you a story because I know we're running out of time. Yes. About just flipping the mic on and talking about off the script who I love. I love Chris Farley for that. And Robin Williams was one of my favorite surveillance. Jim Carey though, I just door. So I'm out doing an event, Victoria for Russ, and Jeff Courtnall they had they had a big event their father committed suicide, and they started raising money for mental illness, and I've been to a lot of a lot of Sheikh events in my life, okay? Including a bunch with the great one and some other people that I've been lucky enough to to go see these things and these guys put on his event, the most highly organized thing they have at its it's at the Fairmont hotel in Victoria, and Russ played a lot of his career in LA from Victoria. And he's a friend of the Thompson family who owns everything in media. Okay. The bell globe. And all the stuff. They don't tons of money in their from Victoria, and they lent. Russell plane to fly down to L A pickup all these celebs, which which is significant because it made it really easy to get a bunch of these lips which included Pamela Anderson from Victoria, and at the time, she was dating kid rock. So the opening at this event. Steve, I'm not shitting you okay? For the dinner is it's jam-packed and on the agenda is the eagles. Okay. That's right. Steve. Okay. The eagle three members from the eagles or they're they're gonna play Kip rock is going to get up. Chad Kroeger Nickelback were there, and this unknown at the time guy named Michael boob way. Okay. Who's from Victoria's? Well, okay, and circle. Soleil. Someone comes out of the fuck concealing on a sheet for the start of thing. Anyway, I'm doing some emceeing with a guy named Patrick Duffy member. Who was in Dallas that that that nighttime? Ewing, Bobby Ewing, Dallas, so Russ's telling me, okay. Sort of knows knows what I like. And it goes, okay? Jim. Here's the deal. You guys are going to introduce the celebrities on the opening night. Okay. And there's several okay. It's packed with celebrities. Okay. World-class celebrities, and he's telling me like Jimmy, you know. Got to play straight. Okay. You're going to do with Patrick Duffy, the two of you're going to do them and don't fuck around. Okay. This guy's these becoming for years longtime friend of mine, but he's a straight shooter. And just stick to the script tomorrow night. Jimmy at the golf that you can go nuts. And I go first of all, I know that's impossible. Okay. For me to do. I just know it's absolutely impossible. And he says just just try your best to say. Okay. So I meet with Patrick Duffy beforehand. And it's it's you know, there's twenty or thirty celebs, right? So Patrick sits down, and I'm how our mister Duffy. And he's like it's Patrick call me. Patrick. Okay. Patrick, and what do you figure, you know? And he goes, well, look, Jim I've been looking at the list here get this, Jim, this will be show stopper. If I start in an eye inntroduced the first name on this list. And we alternate names. Like if we volleyed back and forth. Jimmy, okay. Get this. Jim I end up saying your name and you end up saying mine. Oh, yeah. Exactly. Being my state. Oh, and I'm going. Oh, no, man. Oh, no. This is going to be you know, and I go that's fantastic shatman. It's just the best. Right. So I'm drinking all day. It's a black tie affair. I go. Fuck and talks rented toxin. I I come back, and I'm going this is brutal. This is brutal that that people be falling asleep. Introduce these names. So we go flying into the voice of God, there Lujan Judd, Jim Durham, I come out. And I I'm a little hammered. Come on. Now. Everyone's talking about kid rock. Right. Who's there and Pamela Anderson, right? Who just as the bomb? Okay. She's never looked at families. So I come out and Patrick sort of, you know, snaps the sheet like he's about to lodge in and I go where the fuck is Shay. Where is she? And and kid rock. Of course, you weren't allowed to smoke in Victoria since nineteen fifty and he's he's it looks like they're electing a pope, he's smoking away at this table at the Fairmont hotel in the big convention room. And I end up. Running don't go where shake wearing Jay. And run down river dance down the ramp and jump and mall her at her table, you know, and kid rock's laughing his head off. And I so I go on for about fucking ten minutes way off script. And then the thing finishes we get through these things. And now, I'm going. Oh, no. This guy's going to murder me. He's up salute gonna murder me. And I go backstage, and and he's up against the wall. And he's all wide eyed. You know, like his eyes piercing wide looking at me. And I'm going a, Patrick I'm fucking. I'm so sorry, man. I'm like out of relents or that my meds. I'm down on my meds and making up all sorts of shit. I've just a just mad. I, you know, I just I don't sorry. And he goes, you're one of the most fuck and frightening people I've met in my life.

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"toronto lake" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"toronto lake" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Jimmy Buffett is fascinating. The whole. I don't believe you ever had one hit. In fact, he was never very successful on the charts per se. And there were plenty of artists who were that couldn't sell out show today and certainly couldn't slap their brand on blender or hotel or drink or online radio station and kill it. Jimmy Buffett can't. And in terms of an endorsement for his audience, which is a more will healed audience than you might think. It's folks that have made a pretty good bit of money and in Houston, and they go down, and, you know, walk on the beach in Florida and listen to his music and feel like they're beach Bowman and come back to their. Job as the president of a private equity fund, two hundred million dollar providence equity fund living in a three million dollar house in tanglewood, pretending they're beach, Bo because if you listen to music well lot Toronto lake resort and spa along lake Conroe about fifty five miles north of downtown Houston. Houston business journal reports that will be Texas. I Margarita Ville resort. It's been sold to the company that operates the Margarita Ville resort resort. Which is the one poll companies out of Baton Rouge and Atlanta-based song Hirose or s HR as they're known. Law toretta has appeared in the top ten on US news world reports. Best pool. Hotels in the US. And was number eighteen on the most recent best Texas resorts list. It's a nice place here been there. I spoke for them. It's up north lake Conroe. I spoke for them. Literally ten years ago, maybe eleven and they wanted us to come out and see the place. So we went and stayed the weekend. I don't know if we had Michael I know we didn't have Crockett yet. I don't know if we had even had Michael t at might just been me, and my wife, I don't remember it as a nice place. Anyway, it will feature three hundred sixty guest rooms in the main twenty story hotel tower, plus waterfront villas on the late the transformation will begin this summer, and is expected to be completed in the third quarter of twenty twenty two of the existing restaurants will become signature Margarita. Vail, dining concepts land, shark bar and grill and five o'clock somewhere bar and grill. It'll have an eighteen hole golf course, tennis facilities spa restaurants, outdoor pools and forty five thousand square feet of indoor outdoor. Meeting space all of this will be refreshed. Gins ler is doing the CEO says the Margarita life, the Margarita Ville lifestyle brand is one of the hottest in the country and Texas is a prime market for it. Yeah. I would think so. S HR is the group that owns the Hyatt Regency in the Hyatt place hotel next to the Galleria mall, the Margarita Ville website lists twelve existing resorts plus eight either now booking or coming soon. Resorts they also have alcohol divisions licensing divisions and media divisions. Who runs all that? It's a company right here. Impatiently and. What's his name? He's been listening of our show for years, Mike. I can't remember. But they run all his website. They run a lot of what he does. He's got an online radio station that actually makes pretty good money. They have they have real DJ's that they've hard from you know, island stations to give an island theme, and they have their own sort of format. Ramon it's like a tropic its its tropical island for white people. So it's it's not it's it's less sort of Puerto Rican Dominican Caribbean tropical island in it's a little more white people than than because most of those trophy call like this wouldn't across the hall here all of that skews, Hispanic listen. No. Well, yeah. Actually, that's true..

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"toronto lake" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"toronto lake" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"That's the way my feeling against when I played Colorado. Cory will same feeling like in. But I know is if I were a card every day, and I just offer it, I probably will made it and you played in Montreal. Toronto lake. It's not easy in those cities if you're shy. Yeah. You know, you know, like, I my best investment. I emerged Canadian live. That's where are no language and the start Neil speaking better than before she brought you out of your shell. She's held me little bits of figured out some stuff. She like crazy partial in Russia and now like she's speak fluent Russian. Extra hard for me. When you played in Toronto. We have plenty of Maple Leafs fans here, you're lying with Kooiman in MacArthur. Was was a fantastic line. Was that maybe your favorite line to play on in the NHL? Your your highlight for for sure like I'm use the time when we had a great line. We understand each other. I think mccarter is one of the best blur. Who I play our? What makes him so good? What may click MacArthur so special because he's read the play like really quick here can make quick decisions. I go straight, and he can make it play resolved. Even look at me. And I know that and I get open whatever I can. And that's where it makes us special when replayed that you're on the Leafs provoke Hulan coolies like he's like a little guy like like. Is strong. And I think he's help us smooth defensively. That's why we successful. And I don't know what's up after this is pasta radio. We're where's she now? He's a blame on gorse in Russia. He's in Russia. Okay. That must have been disappointing. When that line was picking apart disappointment. Yeah. We believe the next year to get her again. But this is work. Some from this coaches. I don't see this line to get her and that's his fall apart. Are you got some video, right? We do we have. And we'll do I think we'll do Colby's. I so have a look at the screen. So we got a couple of one x player called Armstrong, and one of your ex general managers, Brian Burke to record a video talking about one of their favorite moments involving the Calgary Bosque, here's colts. I. They everybody. Thirty one thoughts podcast Geoff in Elliott. It's really cool. You have Mikhail Gorbachev's ski on. He was a great teammate. When I played with them, hard-working electric brave as hell..

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"toronto lake" Discussed on Game Scoop!

Game Scoop!

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"toronto lake" Discussed on Game Scoop!

"That's cool. I didn't know that lame acclaim, valiant comics. Yeah. I was like, acclaim comics. I know all about because I've been reading valiant comics. Yeah. Yeah. It's really I never knew that they had their own label. So then they had this truck character of this property, and then they hired iguana games to make truck Guana games. Made aero the acrobat and zero the kamikaze, squirrel. And then the creator of iguana games or the head of a Guana games. Now making the mutant modes games you'd mud Berthollet yesterday. The best thing about iguana games is that when you turn onto rock there's like a thirty second logo animation. Like, that's not an exaggeration might be longer than that you watch a what? Zoo. What happened there's a logo and a chilling on top of the Guana logo. And you just think it's going to move onto the game from there. Now, a volley of arrows shot at the iguana and he jumps down tied behind the logo. We're up with two machine guns. He's dual reading machine gun. Okay. Not over yet. He shoots at you. The player shoots through several times a Damon as he's still an iguana. Yeah. Well, but he's kind of like a dinosaur on and now he's a dragon. Yeah. More dragging the screeners read you fall backwards as if you've just been killed by the iguana mascot, those very Gabbara yet started the intro the elaborate joining slash screens used to be a thing like like conquer was messing with the in sixty four logo. And like, yeah, there's like vector man shoot the bendy and sixty four rare logo and walk out. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Yes. Was he was he also like did they do version NBA jam the had him on the front? I feel like there. Yeah. I feel like they brought a poor. They might have done a J mine of I'm Guana spinning a basketball was that just because then he pulled out Huma Shing. His game developers. Just hadn't figured out like it. It took another couple of years if someone to be like, not just let people skip this or it was at like asking, it's usually. Mix in the entire game. Yes of you can't skip the cut scenes interact to it's crazy. They go on forever. You can't skip them. Maybe. Maybe new bullet points. They added into the game. Maybe surely since Skibbe overcut masking loading time. So it was not should. Oh, I would they want to skip them. We've also marred yielding up these story cut scenes for people to watch. So did not play good was the moral story. Play. No, play good. Yeah. There's a I like to watch speed runs, and whenever there's a game that has on skip will cut scenes, and I one of my favorite things to do is watch us speed runner. Just some of the life drains out of them every week. Yeah. That can be part of it. But just like, they're just always like mashing the button furiously like, maybe this mind, maybe this time it'll get and it's like I like that's your two hundred th time watching this. So Turk is coming to switch, and then the sort of product page on intends website has all the bullet points from the original truck release from the back of the box on a share these pretty good. So in talk for the to switch you get to explore completely three d virtual world. Run jump climb in any direction in a fully three d world with the ability to independent independently look in aim your weapons up down or sideways. So that's why we call breath of the while the Toronto lake now, that's for sure. Advani as. There are intelligent enemies program for for us ity. It's dark. It was amazing about your too though is that the death innovations were super funny for the great. It was like you'd kill something and get on its back, and like we will its legs in the air and stuff variable. Wagner, variable aggression profiles make each enemy behave uniquely. There are fourteen monstrous high-tech weapons and the grenade. Launcher plasma pulse rifle alien weapon to the quad rocket launcher end, the mother of all guns, the atomic fusion cannon. Why didn't they listless cerebral bore? I think too right? There are advanced interactive backgrounds with particle technology cobwebs sway bubbles form rings on the water surface bullets ricochet.

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"toronto lake" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"toronto lake" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Quote Pam the NBA never sleeps. Never sleeps this is. Why the NBA offseason is one of the best seasons there is because there's always action there is always drama and right now you have two of the best players in the game being traded. For one another in the? Middle. Of the night in the middle of the, week in the middle of July can I. Get a hell yes Hail Thanks Alvin according to watch the deal was this quiet, Leonard Danny green for demar Rosen, Jacob, total and protected twenty nineteen first round. Pick and if you really want to get into the weeds on, this the first round pick is a protected one through twenty. Selection after one, year it becomes two second round, picks but that's just the headline because there's a hell of a lot to unpack right. Here I is. Healthy, obviously Toronto is not signing off on that. Deal if they don't think that he is or if they believe that their medical staff can't get him back to where he. Was so that's. Point number one is this guy, healthy they must think, so or they must think they can get him to that. Point and then there's this tweet from Chris, Haines, quote quiet Leonard has no desire to play in. Toronto lake source tells ESPN Oh This one thing to say that this guy's not fired up about playing north of the, border but, quote no desire to play Toronto is a kick in the junk to raptors fans because now you're getting a guy who's coming off a significant injury who's a mystery to begin with and everything about this guy in the past year has been, really really weird and reportedly he has already decided he does not want to play in your. City. Fantastic and then based on how he handled last season with San, Antonio you almost have to wonder if in fact the guy will even show up and, no I don't want to hear about how it would cost him if he doesn't show because the guy could have already had the supermax with the Spurs in already left that on the table. Reportedly and then you've got the Damara Rosen side of the. Equation according to Hanes derozen met with raptors officials in Las Vegas and received assurances that he would not be. Dealt and now he's been, dealt There's a word for that Awkward Awkward OC k. would, oh c. k. w. o. o. d. hock would In fact a Rosen posted an Instagram. Story this morning that. Included quote be told one thing. And the outcome another can't trust him ain't no loyalty. In. This game. Sell you out quick for. A little bit of, nothing soon you'll understand don't disturb end quote Awkward in other words you just traded check this you just traded a guy who never wanted to leave never wanted to leave Toronto for somebody who apparently does not wanna come to Toronto that's a. Huge swing that's an even bigger gamble that's an all time gamble by Masai you. Jerry a, franchise that has struggled in the past to, get free agents just traded away an all star and. In Olympia in who. Wanted to stay there in the. Worst way and they did it to get a guy. Who. Has no interest in being there That said I, see Masai you Jerry working he knows it's a risk but he also knows that the roster? As. It's, currently constructed was, really, good but not good enough especially when it mattered when it mattered most in the postseason Masai is not interested in having a good team he wants a great team and this is a chance to get. An MVP candidate, those chances do not come. Around very often so he pulled the trigger I could. Respect it more a love a lot it major stones to make a deal like. That he knows the. Risk but he also has. A ton of confidence in his organization that they can pull off what okay see did what Paul George they'll gets chance to experience that crowd to feel the six to embrace the north to see the fans in Jurassic. Park that he's going to want to stay and he's going to want to resign Then again very different dude right co I could stick to his guns and leave as soon as you can and then make life miserable, before then this is the risk and the. Fact that Masai is willing, to take that risk that gamble. Shows that he has got, a big brass said I respect it and then of course next question is, who won the trade, who won the trade of got your..

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"toronto lake" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"toronto lake" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"I uh septic systems that were flooded out is there other implications of who owns the problem well there's definitely controversy about that and you know from from nasa perspective we approach us america's boarfish gasol she should respect we we approach everglades restoration um from the philosophy that we want to get this done as quickly as possible and so we need to look at everything um i said the research that's pointing to septic being a problem um it makes sense i mean we we see that and north florida where i'm from uh with our springs in septic systems that the higher levels of nutrients lead to algal blooms in the springs and so from that perspective it makes sense but i also see recognize that discharges coming out of lake okeechobee are significant contributing factor and so we need to look at all of it um i remember when beleaguered grew up on news companies the true green or always come to when anwar on yeah yeah when i was a little kid if you look toronto lake it was all look like this summer cottages and people had houses that were set back up in the trees away from the lake annoy in there weren't yards which just goes like kind of like a lotta white pine oak and puteh's had would look like forest litter generally in overtime became more of a bedroom community and people started the take down the cabin and build a much bigger house much close to the water and put it in lawns and in lawn care service has caught on in editing that in a microcosm level what that did to the to the lake catastrophic is unbelievable all that fertilizer but they had an and so it even goes beyond septic tanks i know in tallahassee they actually trace yao may have heard of walk springs it's like an iconic international sprang it's where they found ccri.

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"toronto lake" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"toronto lake" Discussed on Power 106 FM

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