35 Burst results for "UVA"
Are There Benefits to Adding Omega-3s to Your Supplement Stack?
"Think in a metabolical healthy scenario. You can consume high amount of a mega threes. even those fragile ones. Let's say fish oil and not be at risk of a high amount approximation but if you're inflamed tons of or excess. Uva you'd be b radiation or other forms of inflammation radiation and. It's it's it's hot oil or hasn't been treated properly or you're in a state of excess stress or high blood sugar. I think can do more harm than good to have like an omega three as part of your supplement stack interesting kind of depends on the scenario. Yeah but also. That's where. I mean demonizing omega threes and particularly fish. Oil is where i think sometimes. There's a disconnect between looking at like like spec speculating mechanistically and what we see from like outcome. Data randomized controlled trials. That will use omega three supplements as an intervention to for for whatever it may be whether it's to reduce triglycerides. We know that there's now a pharmaceutical available. It's basically petrified hypertrophied. Epa right which is which is gone. It's an epa based oil that they've done. These large randomized clinical trials. In and from from what i understand the actually didn't do a similar trial on. Dha and epa which theoretically would induce even greater benefits you know from like a neural standpoints or cell membrane standpoint than just the epa based mega threes. So but you're right. Max like you can say that. Theoretically consuming fish oil because it's fragile would lead to peroxidase in your bloodstream. Yet when you look at the large human clinical trials. we're seeing like lower triglycerides better disease outcomes variety of factors that show that that's for some reason not occurring or it's it's you know. The pros outweigh the
"uva" Discussed on Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod
"What up welcome to the nfl draft series today join us this charleston from uva linebacker. Charles how are you doing to that. I'm doing great. Thank you to be here. Are you door complain to and all right to an right. So you're getting ready for the draft next thursday. Obviously this year has been a little bit different than in the past in terms of draft process. Not that you would know any different because you're getting drafted this year and not in the past. What is this process. Been like for you. So far It's been a very interesting process I mean on one hand it's We have heard from past guys like what the like and so missing like the combine and going out of the teams but still Is one thing but it's still really cool. Like out for brand is ending for granted. Really like being able to talk to. I mean the calls. They kind of tease after a while. But at the same time. I was like dude like on the phone. Chicago bears like really cool so saying things one day at a time this controlling what i know. It sounds like let me. Just pull this quote real quick jacket. Sounds like the bears are going to draft you. That's that's what he likes to. He likes to try and get he likes to try. And get the main quotes out of you but you grew up around where you actually went to school. So did you grow up fan of a team and we also saw your basketball player. So how'd you end up choosing football. Yes i did grow up with washington football fan What you know yeah. That's everyone's reaction to that but I mean yeah. It's really cool. It's like disable talking to washington football team when i was like holy smoke. This is crazy And so that's just been pretty cool and then Lag would from basketball to football is basketball. I love i. Transfer high schools your basketball scholarship and then After our after my sophomore year our our football team which was never a good. We got a new field new facilities new jersey's new everything and so i went to the opening game at my best friend. He had the game winning. Pass break up fourth down. All the goal is. What is the game the football fever so i asked our coach after the game. Enjoy the football team. And he said sheriff's a play about six or seven games that year As from few teams after the season and then About three or four games in about a year for jd offered me a scholarship and there was only of a ball scholarship and had a couple basketball scholarship offers but they're really smaller schools. So i'll be with the academics in they. Sec jobs. virginia. Let let me get this straight. You played football in high school for six or seven games and then started getting scholarships is got a couple like calls a two that genes offered me a scholarship right right. There's no reason to be humble about it. My point is you only played six or seven games of football in like your life before getting offered at college. Like i played like little league up until like sixth grade to quit. Because i hate football free kathleen more more was just tall more importantly. Who is your best ball player. Comp let's styles play. Who do you like to emulate. And you don't definitely don't be humble because we've done this many times in. I give myself russell westbrook in you can see me at definitely. I'm a below the rim russell. I was like Paul george who needed sharpen up his ball handle terry. I was like one in and out. Crossover away from politics. That's actually how i feel about myself. Sometimes well we and then and then. We're we browsing through your twitter. And are you a soccer fan. I am a huge soccer fan. Who's your team hughes. Manchester city fan Okay so you're a recent soccer fan. There's no way there's no way up. After i so and did you ever have ambition to play soccer. I mean i've never played soccer day by life. Actually it's pretty cool. This super thing. Everyone's pissed about it. I'm not a soccer guy. I just have one tottenham t shirt so call myself a tottenham fan actually checked brothers t shirt. But what's with this whole superleague. thanks That's i'm also trying to like like the few sorry headline follow. I've been going every tweeden's either. Apply doubted was going on. But i'm pretty sure it's kind of like the best comparison. I like college football. If ohio state oklahoma alabama our policies saves left. Their conferences made their old conference. So that all share money at our house. They didn't have to share with illinois. Get all the money. And but all the money and kind of leaves other teams out to dry. Because they're taking the money with their and apparently but like it's just like road egg like bolas about the supporters in the people in the and apparently it's like wrote it goes principles. Yeah no you soccer. When the football players calling soccer football visitors seriously what else. What else do you like to do. Outside of a play football or basketball or soccer Really just like. I live with my best friend civilized hanging on my apartment roommates just playing video games. Playing cards I mean that's about it really. I don't really have many huge cook or fish or anything like that. So Normal college student. Yeah speaking of that. I actually when we started the draft series last year. Joe read assume teammate. Last year he was he was the only person i got to talk to in person before. Cova kinda happen. He was telling me about his hobbies. Did he ever you know about this. Oh yeah he's a nutcase thought about well he comes from a town that has like what like seventeen people may also just like small town guy is just thousand. What he's about what he does and he never convinced you to get out on the fishing or any of that stuff. Say he did. I never cool as in my job. So hopefully dow maybe. Maybe we'll see. We'll see where the bears take you in this upcoming. But so you're one in and out. Crossover away from being paul george. But let's go to the football field. Is there one linebacker defensive player that grew up watching. I mean you didn't grow up really loving football. You're loving basketball. But is there a one player that either you grew up watching or you're excited to get to the league to maybe do some type of jersey swap that you're just like once you get there you're going to be like holy shit. This is this. is there one player. You've been watching your whole career The one that was like growing up watching that like wow Jason taylor being along kind of like the same play as a kid. I play defense abandoned. I mean he was just like whoa. And so that's one guy looked up to now in terms of like. Nfl players better really kinda just like really appreciate their game. My game after one is brian burns. defense With panthers miss a long athletic guy off the edge and another is Ban knowing who's more of a traditional kind of stack linebacker be comment kind of started back in his college as at byu. 'cause mile. Virginia whole staff came byu. So i've seen more calvin college football film than anything like the building he has and so i just had that appreciation that as he's grown into the nfl like the super bowl. The patriots like appreciation for his game. Good answer i like what about what about a quarterback. You wanna sack. I mean the obvious. Answer gotta be tom brady. So you know but it's funny last year we. We obviously asked a bunch of of the guys. Defensive guys like who..
Seasonal Skin Care with Britta
"Today we're joined by rees. Jones therapist britta. We have savage winter. Coming our way especially us melburnians. So britta's coming to give us the lowdown on how to prep housekeeping for those icy winds and long nights with red wine. Hey how you doing good. Thanks kate how are you. I'm good. I think so making the really long journey in. Thanks for having me. I'm sorry as we know we're going to the cool amounts where all starting to feel especially here in mobile we know what kind of savage harsh winters are waiting us. I know that when we kind of go into these cool amounts be change. How we eat what we drink how he sleep. It is a big transition for our bodies. Is it the same for our skin. Definitely definitely one hundred percent right with that. So as we kind of update out. Skin-care m i'm gonna use you as a of my own personal to do list And just make sure that. I'm doing things right with carriage so with things like retinal when i've used them typically in the summer my skin has been like hypersensitive to the sun. Is that something that i should be using more in the uinta yet. Definitely you can use it all year round. Bet at ease afford sensitize. Sorry obviously for a summer. There's going to be a higher you exposure right so you need to make sure that you using spf but even in winter we still have our uv a uva base. You need to make sure. He keeps his Skin protected when you're using your vitamin a vitamin a. Has lots of different names and lots of different forms. Sorry sometimes you just need to make sure you're using the riots vitamin few. And how do you know. What's the right vitamin av Sorry basically Tricky question basically With vitamin a. We have things like retinal retinol to hide. And the least basically just keeps going Some more designed for acne skins and some more designed for aging The one that we have at ray is retinal which i really love to really good combination Vitamin a. so it suitable all year round. But you just wanna make sure during the day using your spf and keeping skin still protected
AVA App Project With Nicholas Giudice And Richard Corey
"I'm really excited to introduce richard cory and nicholas giudici. They're working on the uva abd project which will help open the door. No pun intended to autonomous travel for individuals with disabilities today. We're going to learn a little bit more about them and about the technology that they're working on nicholas richard welcome to the show. Thanks for having us fish you guys. I'm really excited to kind of talk about this technology and how it can really help folks but before we do that. Could you tell our listeners. A little bit about yourselves yes sure. We're from the vami lab at the university main. This is laboratory that's focusing on human technology. Interfaces we've been in existence for twelve or thirteen years now nick nyerere been collaborative partners on this for that time and we almost jokingly say that we have this academic marriage but Yeah we were studying the way in which humans interface with the technology in front of us and we do a lot of work into way. Finding especially blind visually impaired assisted technology. Been doing a lot of work into virtual and augmented reality and how to use some of that technology to assist with you know even simple tasks like writing a bike for example in the fog. Yeah we've also started to move into biotechnology as well as a little background so we bring kind of an interesting background to our studies. My background is experimental. Psychology and rick has a background in lots of things including interactive design and collaboration. And so we're really interested in and we're in kind of a computer science department broadly defined. So we're really interested in saying. Well how can we take. Knowledge of human understanding human interactions and lead to better technology and information access and so we tell them very strongly from the human side and also from our own first person experiences. I'm congenitally blind. And so i bring a lot of my own phenomenology of my own. Use of technology frustation frustrations with technology frustrations with information access into the types of things that we designed to be multi sensory you mentioned bio inspired designs. How can we make technology be more like how our brain works using all of our senses instead of just visual design.
Who do you need on your team?
"To all about love this and business and how to develop a team that supports here. So who do you need on your team when it comes to being lonely business. I think he's the biggest thing is like allow to cultivate your aren those there won't you because you know what you need. Nobody else does. And sometimes it can feel if you get really lonely business because sometimes surrounded by people who don't understand what it's like to be in business and it's an option to understand it right and i think it's really being mindful of like who you surround yourself. He's not going to be supportive of the success that you create. It's also going to be supporting you able to get to the next level so when you think about the loneliness you experience in your life. What is the cause of. What do you find that you need to you. Need someone to check in with you on a regular basis to you. need someone to allow you to bent. Do you need someone to celebrate you. Know what do they really need it. If you took the time to. Actually i what that would be. It can be anything from having a support network surrounding you to elevate you to the next level. So what are the by saw. Wanted build yourself a team and understand what your needs in regards to that team so attain can be attained france employees. Ease any suppo- accumulate is the evening to lane on to support you to bounce ideas off to alive of to recognize drink things. That are really supportive of your journey and being attitude telling you the truth like every pace of it. I think is really came when it comes to developing you team so you can be a bunch of also people their own have to get along the same circle so it can be a mix of business friends. It can be a mix of friends that are in business can be a night could be any business. Support your karch. Uva please because you don't have to do with a lion and the biggest thing is that this sorry much out there available to utilize to support your network into. Are you attain that. You may as well do it right because there's an r. Point sitting on your art trying to figure out why itself so grow you attainment thing about what it is that you need can develop a team. That's gonna support you now. They're us by pfeiffer online groups that he he to support you through my fave the coo l collective therefore creatives and freelances being able to support you in being really productive and taking the next step in annual creative journey then found his team which they have memberships right through tomasa minds to support you and accountable and keep you kind of two goals moving forward and then they also visiting early. Quite laughing of business shakes the logic of community and access to loss of different people in different environments different industries. So they facial surround yourself with epic people and recognize when you're in need of different people and sometimes it comes down to really having some really structured compensations and how to set up because people are going to nor that you need them on their team until you tell them so i would. I would just suggest distinct about who need on your team and who they base would have been that. You need to develop contain regards to support. Do you need to develop your friends network. Do you need to develop network of influence and once you have a bit of an idea. Blue taking my medicine right. Who is that i do. I need that support to decide. Chat way i need extra support for the two. I need someone to inspire me. Do i need someone to help me. Celebrate wins so when you know what it is then you have to go out and find them and it might be people that you already norse or just developing and strengthening that relationship. It might be people you've met in the past will quality of okay. Maybe i should just reconnect with them and strengthen that relationship or maybe need to find new people. So we'll see haven't been of an idea who they are and where you're gonna find. That's about cultivating relationship with a conversation that Policy being able to open the conversation to share within that loves babble to strengthen your team you'll support team and have them aboard sir. It might be symbols habit of compensation to let them know that. Hey i really just wanted to help my friendship group of the moment of love and if you've got some time to go and have coffee where he out. Your business needs mixture support. I just love to be able to bounce ideas on how can keep this up accountable and bam to develop that group of friendships that they had support you because you know sometimes we named the friendships where we talk all about business and the time of need friends that action told nothing about business and so once you clear on that then you can start to strengthen those relationships and say some really epic group of people that advantage support you can cheat you on. I feel so so if you recognize that you've been experiencing longest recently. I'd love you to do activity because lila is an emotional response to feeling like you need extra connection so that connection could be everything from a relationship right romantic pot off right through having friends to reach out and chat with so support yourself by creating that support network and if you have a little critic coming in saying no one's going to want to be friends with me all no one's gonna want to have to hang out with me. La off because they guarantee you this other people feeling exactly the way that you do and you just want to find them seem to have those conversations and just ask them out for coffee organized times to catch up and that's when you actually strengthen those relationships and the times that i've done that is only ever been an incredible experience so
"uva" Discussed on KCRW
"From UVA, a cloud based phone service for small businesses with an automated virtual receptionist and mobility features to run their businesses from anywhere. Maura 00 m a com KCRW sponsors include Harper, Perennial publisher of Race List by Georgina Loughton, an examination of racial identity through the author's personal journey, having been raised by white parents with no explanation as to why she looked black available now. Right. It is 3 49 Here on KCRW. My name is Larry Parole. Thanks So much for joining us. For all things considered on this Monday afternoon. Coming up this hour on the program with more than 500,000 lives lost to covert 19 in the US, we will pay tribute to some people by listening to their stories and the music that they loved. Also ahead. President Biden's pick for attorney general says his top priority if confirmed. Would be investigating the capital insurrection. That was one of the answers from Merrick Garland, who fielded questions from senators today during the confirmation hearing, and, if confirmed he would inherit a department, damaged by accusations of political interference will talk more about that coming up on the four o'clock hour. Now look at your roads on this Monday, beginning in Norwalk in the five South bound before Imperial Highway early Sigalert here has been cleared from Lane's good news, but traffic recovering from Grundy Vista Avenue over and cold in the 2 15 south bound at Mount Vernon Avenue gotta crash that's blocking the carpal. And the left lane and that as a result has traffic slowing. Coming away from the 10 case, Gentlemen, traffic brought to you by the gets been group. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Ari Shapiro and I'm Mary Louise Kelly. Some Iraqis are.
US 'Safe Harbor' Day Reinforces Biden’s Electoral Victory
"This week marked the so-called safe harbor deadline when states have certified the results for the us presidential election typically by the harvard deadline lection related challenges at the state level or all wrapped up but president trump is continuing to claim without proof that the results in many of the states that voted for joe biden are fraudulent and should be tossed out a lawsuit filed by the state attorney general of texas and supported by the president as well as seventeen republican. State's attorney general and over one hundred. Republican members of the house is asking the supreme court to overturn the results of the election in four states carried by biden. Pennsylvania georgia wisconsin and michigan. That would bring biden below the two hundred seventy electoral college votes. He would need to be the president-elect elect so how can an election certified and contested helping us to make sense of it. All is our friend. Barbara perry the presidential studies director at the university of virginia's miller center she begins by explaining who the electors are and what the electoral college actually does elect doors. One might need them as delegates to this thing called the electoral college. Actually have a t shirt that says property of the athletic department of the electoral college. Which i love that. The politics department at uva gave all of the graduate students at one point. But it's not really a place it's a is it. Is this group of electors. They are chosen typically by a method that is determined by the state legislatures in each and that concept spelled out in the constitution that the legislatures of the states get to choose the manner in which these electoral college delegates or electors will be chosen and that can be through a primary system much as the presidential. Candidates are selected. It can be through a convention of the party in a state but typically these are people who are party leaders. One might call them. Party regulars party activists the only thing that they cannot be is a federal office holder so for example a senator member's house representatives. A member of the cabinet could not participate as an elector but typically it is determined the methodist election by the state legislatures and then really turning it over to the party organizations in each state to choose. This will call it a slate of electors. So then let's walk through what happens. We have the election. We have as we've seen especially this year the states. Sometimes it takes a little longer than some states. Take a little longer than others to certify the results and then we have something known as safe harbor day which happened this week on tuesday december. Eighth can you explain what that is. Yes i in legal terms particularly as it's used in this context of an election. Is that once. This date is set as this is the safe harbor. And once you state certifies your election results you by that date. Then get to be in the safe harbor where your determination and your certification of that election should not be prone to any more of the storm in the seas and the roiling that could come from those who might be questioning the election and its results and so that's where we are now so help us understand this barbara. Because we've passed the safe harbor day we know that every state has certified its electors and yet the texas attorney general is filing a lawsuit or has filed a lawsuit asking the supreme court to block the electors from four states. How can this be possible given that the safe harbor. Data's already passed. I agree with you on asking that question and my answer to that would be what an irony think. Back to two thousand. Think back to the bush. V gore controversy which was much closer because remember that the florida recount that was being requested by al gore Because he was just a few votes behind probably about three to five hundred votes behind. George bush in that popular vote count in florida and whichever person was going to be certified and deemed. The winner of florida was going to exactly end up with two hundred two hundred seventy votes necessary to win the electoral college. So that's how razor send those margins were so understandably al gore was going to keep pressing. But here's the historical irony that republicans were saying on behalf of george bush. Oh safe harbor day is approaching so we really must wrap up and stop this recount in florida and the. Us supreme court accepted that argument by the bush side and said we cannot violate this concept of the safe harbor. Florida must certify its vote and indeed the recount stop. Florida certified their votes which showed that bush had won by sort of three to five hundred votes. That was it and that was it for gore. so by view is isn't an irony that the republican party. This time round led by at this point that commander in chief himself but the attorney general of texas joined by what sixteen seventeen other attorneys general. Republicans in states are now completely violating that concept of. Let's really pay attention to and follow the safe harbor rule right i think many constitutional scholars would also argue that. It's unlikely the supreme court is even going to take this case nonetheless rule on it but the fact is we do know at this point that every single state has certified. It's election correct. That is correct.
Transfers lead No. 4 UVa to rout of Towson in Bubbleville
"Fourth ranked Virginia open with an eighty nine fifty four route of Towson behind Trey Murphy the thirds twenty one points Murphy was in action a day after learning he was cleared to play for the Cavaliers Murphy's first points came on one of his six three pointers giving Virginia its first twenty point lead at thirty three thirteen Bella transfer Sam Hauser added nineteen points and J. Huff had fourteen for the cavs who never trailed and led by twenty three at halftime Nicolas Timberlake scored nineteen for two thousand which was a late replacement after main withdrew from the game Tuesday I'm Dave Ferrie
"uva" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
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Ashleigh's Battle with Alcohol
"And welcome to the goodbye to alcohol podcast my name Janet Garand I'm the founder world without wine and I'm your host for this podcast. Thank you so much for tuning in. Today's interview is with Ashley who came along to a workshop back in August two thousand and eighteen on trees and recently celebrated her second soap Uva. Serie well, done actually on say proud of you. Now. This is quite a long conversation because it made so many interesting points and we have such fun chatting couldn't quite bring myself too much. So, let's get straight into the conversation without further ADO. My name is Ashley and I live in Cape Town in city bowl luckily now if case. I'm forty years old I'm currently in a relationship with really amazing person I. Can Yawns Iona an art gallery contemporary gallery. So yeah, we work with artists from Africa. And Southern Africa primarily and and work with the number of international museums. So. Let's go back to but actually went. When did you first thinking that? Maybe we're drinking of it too much in you want to to change what was going on. I started experimenting with alcohol when I was very young. So actually I probably should have been thinking about cutting down on my drinking when I was about fifteen but. following my first expulsion from school with drunken disorderly behaviour. But that was kind of a yeah that was just A. Precursor didn't really carry on stronger now but I think I guess I think quite a long time I probably probably from my kind of early sixties. thinking. About. Kind of starting to moderate my behavior, I mean you come out of? Your twenties and clubbing and partying and. Cocktails and world events in everything and and then I guess that that kind of. The gloss after work and. All of going out it just becomes kind of habitual things I, I think that they were signs you know that I probably should have. Begun to realize that that Okola taking a bit of a too much of Santa Stage in my life. But of course, it's very easy for that to become justified because it's always a you know it's very normal to be drinking at a wedding or birthday or at a funeral Lauretta was function or at a baby shower maybe I shouldn't have tied too much so much to drink party. Will you know maybe it was over the limit when I drove home that night to dammit again, all you know all of those little signs old things that you would have thought. Yeah. So unfortunately took me if he is to actually do something about it. Did you actually tried to did you do dry January's? You know I always used to read those those things about a you're only supposed to have. Whatever it is that you're supposed to have like seven units alcohol in we can like your. Yeah. You could have heard me like snorting in hysterics rolling down the aisles because I mean basically that was me. You know that was like one now, which wasn't tiffany wasn't alone in that I mean you go to a restaurant and they give you A. Three glosses equivalent of what you thinking is one gloss of. Local whatever. But I did I did once or twice I did I think I did it once I don't know what it was I think it was just sober terrible one of these things but I mean, really it was like knuckle it was like white knuckling through the month and everyone you're doing with doing it because obviously gang for mutual support is thinking Oh my God is call wait till we get to the end of this month so we can just God and get splashed there was like, yes. Pondo defeats the purpose, but then you do those things in using Oh. Okay. We'll. I could go you know. I but I, mean you you often you would find yourself. Okay. You know. Offer particularly heavy night will whatever would having gone off dinner with friends and head Two bottles of wine instead of wine all three bottles of to at between the next morning you thinking just God accompaniment we did that city you know we should have we should stopped a little bit earlier and at the time it always seems like a really great idea but then you then comes the kind of I'm GonNa. Need drink on winds on Mondays and Wednesdays. I'm only gonNA drink on the weekends or AMMONIA GONNA drink when I go out with friends socially for dinner. The fact
University of Virginia set to conduct in-person classes amid pandemic
"A controversial decision, the University of Virginia is sticking with plans to have in person classes for the fall semester. Initially, the University of Virginia delay this Art of in person classes by two weeks because of the Corona virus pandemic, And while many other schools decided to go all virtual UVA will not end well, instead, move forward with in person classes starting September 8th. In a letter, university leaders said they're confident that the school is well equipped to test and isolate students as necessary. Though members of the Student Council executive board are not as confident they released a statement earlier in the week calling for in person education to be canceled. Nick
Julia Elbaba on keeping her pro dreams alive
"Our special guest is someone who was a legend in College Julia. L. Baba. High Girls! Thanks for having me. A brief rundown of Julian tennis career, she was number one in college as a junior Uva four time all American set a record at UvA singles with one hundred and thirty three wins, and then took her skills. Bro tour which is has been ranked as high as number three seventy two, so we want to talk about your career. Your Life, your tennis, story and kind of what's next for you because you're in New York I guess I. Where have you been for this whole pandemic? Have you been in New York or if you've been? So my father is a frontline health care worker in New York so I decided instead of like kind of staying away from him in the House I thought you know, let me just go to back to my. Stomping grounds at Virginia where things were kind of magical for me there i. just honestly they say best. Four years are in college and I never boating and when I actually went to school. I totally understood why they say that I can't get enough of that place. And I feel like many other tennis players that had attended UBA same way 'cause we were kind of all in quarantine together in Charlottesville from about mid March two up until a couple of weeks ago. We were kind of all. They're not necessarily hanging out, but we were all doing our thing in Charlottesville. Some people were hitting, but Just being there with so nice and The situation is a lot better there than New York is far as corona virus. So with regards to your college experience I. Mean I went to college for two years and I mean. You're clearly very excited talking about your college experience. What would you say like sticks out? What is it that you love so much about it? I just really appreciate a team environment of tennis and kind of playing for team. I actually that's the hardest thing I've been dealing with after call just kind of transitioning back to the individual lifestyle so playing for a team playing for your coaches, the school. The fans something about that was. Just brought me to life every day, and it was, it was beautiful and and also I'm a person that thrives in a situation where I have more than one thing going on multitasking so doing school with tennis I really that busy lifestyle, and that's kind of actually why. I started my own podcast as a way to have something else to juggle with professional tennis right now. It's a tricky time. I feel like especially. You just turned twenty six and you sound like you're still very connected to your college experience, but you did. Take your skills to the pro tour. Can you tell us where you're at in your career with tennis? Yeah so up. Until the beginning of two thousand, nineteen, I was going strong with competing traveling around the world. And then unfortunately, my body is very easily injured. I have a very muscular physique and it's just. Primarily like just genetics people think what are you doing, Jim that your body so muscular and strong like? Oh, you can ask my mom. But honestly I feel like the muscle mass. Mass! makes me more prone to injury and I'm actually now unhealthy but I was dealing with an injury for the past year. A torn UCLA in my right elbow, which is like You probably know what Tommy John. If you have to get surgery, it's Tommy John Surgery. But I didn't need that. Luckily I was actually ready to start competing again once. Quarantine hit sides kind of bad lockwood the timing. What's been one of the things that you've found other than the fact that you have to play for yourself now? I mean being on the tour is not easy. A lot of people just think that Oh. I was a good college player. You know now I'm going to just transition easily into the tour, but what was kind of the most shocking thing for you. Definitely the adjustment to just being on the road by herself. Obviously, if you know you're doing really well, you can bring a whole entourage and it's great. physios of massage therapists families all your support system, but also I Adore on court coaching. I it just really works well for me. And I get really tight and nervous on tennis court so having that coach during matches especially in college, I definitely thrived in that environment. So I'm actually very. Much like into trying to have coaching during matches in protest I think that would just be super cool. Tennis is like the only sport that doesn't have that like why.
Brandon Nakashima on being mentally tough
"All Right? Welcome to the TENNIS DOT COM podcast I'm Juanita hosts as always Nina Pantic. I am joined in this episode with Irena Falconi Irene Hi. Hey, guys. How's it going? Our special guest is Brandon Nakashima Brandon Welcome. How are you good to be here? Thank you. It's great to have you brandon. You're just eighteen turning nineteen in August. you were the ranked number four junior in the world do turn pro after just a season at Uva and your ranked number two twenty in the world already. We're excited to have you on our first and most favorite question these days is how has your quarantine life treated you? And where are you? So I'm currently right now in Sandiego, compliment backup a home with my parents. mcgruther just been. Pretty much just stay low key during this time trying to. Keep a distance from people, and and so trying to maintain some. Some good training as much as I can, and just just trying to use his opportunity as a kind of positive experience in trying to make the most of it. Once Indian wells was cancelled. The whole tour was Kinda postponed. Did you back off a little bit? Take a break from tennis or have you just been consistently training? I actually had been consistently training actually from from when India wells was canceled them. In training actually the past couple months back at home here pretty much every day, so engaged some good fitness sessions in, so it's actually really beneficial for my game during this time. Making the most out of it, this is a good approach, so who you're working with I. Know that you were with pat cash. You added him to your team. You also had both trays as your fulltime coach. Is that still your setup today? no I've actually stopped working Bo actually. After the wells was canceled couple of weeks after we we decided to part ways low bit and I've kind of been working or last couple months with pat cash like he said. He's been you've been really beneficial for my game and teaching me some. So good stuff on the court, so it's it's been great so far also. So, Pat Cash, we actually had him on the podcast a little bit ago, and he told us you know what a joy it's been to be working with you and you're such a hard worker and everything so now let's get your side of the story. What's it like working with? Pat Cash? Tell us a little bit about his coaching philosophy and what he brings to your game. So yeah, it's. It's been great. Safari me. We first time actually met him was. is in Delray Beach when I made, that could run there, and he was just stared just dumb, just kind of feeling each other out watch washing the matches and then. After that we we kinda may like a set schedule for the next couple of weeks and connects go months actually to. Spend a certain amount of lease together and After the tour was canceled we decided to. Take a couple of weeks Training blog back here at home and It's been. It's been great so far. He's definitely a helped me improve. Lot areas of my game specifically the net transition game as as he's most famous for so It's been great having here and hopefully we can continue to Especial gets back on. and. Have you picked up any new hobbies or interests? During this time I? Know you said you didn't really take a break from tennis, but I know that pat has some interesting hobbies. He talked a lot about things like music and rock and roll, and he had some diet fact he shared with us. Have you been picking up anything different during? This is strange long hiatus. I mean H- not not really two particular mean even before all the star definitely like to play other sports. During my days off in free time, I liked to go out in golf balls. Sometimes special my days off and. I, guess during his time at tried to educate myself as possible. Kinda like outside the tennis court. Despite reading, read some books or some articles online about. Non Tennis stuff so just trying to keep improving educating myself during this time.
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Make the vision a reality.
"Welcome back Brown Girls Ashanti here. The founder of the broncos Guy to politics, the Stop Shop podcast for women of color who want to hear and talk about the world of politics. As we continue with our collaboration with she, the people we're highlighting women from their twenty color to watch twenty twenty less. These are all barrier-breaking women Kerr changing the political landscape this year and beyond. ME, insight thought and Jennifer APPs Addison Jennifer at Edison is the president and CO executive, director of the Center for Popular Democracy, which works with affiliates partner organizations across the country to build a more inclusive equitable society and political institutions that worked for everyone. Jen. How are you doing today, i. Doing as well as anybody can be expected I'm surrounded by family I have been able to be in close contact with you know parents in loved ones, and of course I know protected with the benefits of a good union workplace so I, you know all things considered I. I'm feeling very blessed. We love to hear that in before we start the interview we were chatting in. We're talking about being on the road so much doing this work. What inspired you to get involved in community? Organizing I? Mean I think my mother was just born this way you know I grew up a black woman in the state and city that has been named the worst place in America to be Black Milwaukee, Wisconsin and I know most people don't think of black folks when they think of Wisconsin, they think of like beer cheese in the packers, but you know there have been generations of deeply entrenched. Racial segregation in in problems that have. Led to this dichotomy of Wisconsin, being one of the best places in America if you are a white child in the worst, if you are black and so I think I recognized that from an early age felt really passionate about it in a high school student I became really politicized around the around school funding around the idea that you know. Schools in the suburbs were getting twice as much per pupil. Than you know the school that I was going to in the city of Milwaukee. You know the reality is. Is that every single thing that we hold to be sort of like a part of the American dream was. Fought for and won by people organizing their communities in taking collective action in so You know I feel very blessed to be able to spend my life. Really working with folks to help as many people as possible in this country, find their voice empower. That is that is very powerful. What you just said. and. You mentioned being from Milwaukee. Were in the middle of the virus, and we're seeing it as a city where the majority of the black population there is infected with the virus in that has also just spur conversations to about how so many people still had to go to work, and how are essential workers a lot of them? Grocery workers aren't getting a fair wage in Eve. Let so many different campaigns including fight for fifteen. So how are you connecting at the moment all the work that you've been doing with fight for fifteen for people to have a fifteen dollar an hour wage in what you're seeing with essential workers who are putting their. In their lives on the line right now to make sure that we are able to get the benefits that we need and say stay in our homes. I mean first of all. What we saw just as pass Tuesday in Wisconsin was a travesty, a failure of democracy There's no way around it. You have a city. The largest city in the state. Multiple, times, the population of any other city. That is used to having over one hundred fifty polling places that on Tuesday, in the midst of a crisis in which we are not supposed to gather in large crowds, crowds over ten had five polling locations open for a critical election had A. Tens of thousands of people who had requested absentee ballots who had not received them as of Election Day, and the you know the impact on on my community on my people is is not an accident, right? It is the product a decade's worth of policy passed by elected officials who are incredibly hostile towards the city of Milwaukee on the city's behalf towards sort of neo liberal You know business oriented. Democrats who have allowed the city's most vulnerable populations to suffer in struggle and become the scapegoats of the, and so you know I'm really grateful for groups like black leader, organizing communities in the Laki and leaders igniting transformation who are organizing You know black folks. Brown folks in in the city to really demand the future they deserve in at the end of the day. All of these campaigns, the fight for fifteen, the fight for paid sick days. Many people don't know that. In Milwaukee we passed a referendum with more than two thirds of the voter support to require any business in the city of Milwaukee to provide paid sick leave earned sick leave to their workers, and that a law that was passed by voters was overturned by preemption at the state level. At the at the request of the crack mayor when we talk about the now eighty seven percent of the people who have died of Covid nineteen in Wisconsin are black. We have to understand that this is a consequence of lack of. Political Power and UVA intentional suppression of in particular Black Communities in the state of Wisconsin, and so it's important that we're having this conversation in the context of she, the people of you know a movement of a women of color who are demanding more than just to see at the table, but who are demanding real power. That, we can use to transform the lives of our people. That's what women of Color braying and I. Think you know it's if we look at what's happening in Wisconsin through the Lens of women of Color, we begin to understand the multiple layers enrich raises on in sexism and capitalism are creating. This you know are exploding the impact of this crisis in places like Milwaukee, Detroit and New York. City another's
"uva" Discussed on Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod
"To Joe Read University of Virginia Wide Receiver. Joe We had a great conversation. We talked about his very interesting hobbies. I'm not going to give away what they are but I promise you they are crazy. We also talked about what it's like for him to go up against the top corner in the draft day in day of practice and then what it was like training with other superstar wide receivers in a super deep wide receiver class at the NFL draft combine. I hope you guys enjoy this interview. Let's get it going on. Everyone honored to have Joe read in Studio Wide Receiver. Potentially running back return specialist though from the University of Virginia now headed to the NFL draft. This dream that you always had as funny There's actually been a dream until maybe my sophomore year of high school. You know I was always big into baseball. It was just like one day I woke up and I just started having a lot of fun plan football and then I started going to camps started getting real into football more so they know who came a dream then. I just thought it working even harder to make it come true. Did you want to MLB draft original original plan? You know just growing up in a position feel Saturday's feel better leadoff. So what's like give us? There was so much drama with cuyler. Right he's a superstar athlete also From your point I mean you can obviously know what it's like baseball football. What what why Kyle make that decision and then? Why do you transition football? Yeah see for me thing about sports you have to go you know with your heart says and you know I always bad Colorado and people said he was crazy for playing football but I mean that's where his heart was and they would make sense. You know not the follow that it's also crazy like he went number one. It's not like he was going to be the grace baseball player. He wasn't Mike Trout and then like some bomb like he was the number one picking the draft. So that is pretty wild. So talk to me. One of your teammates. Bryce is going to be drafted also year And I assume you had some experiences going up against him in practice. What's it like being able to train against one of the more elite players? Yeah I love going to be hall. You know he's very fundamentally sound. He's a very smart football player. You know once we try to go against each other Even used to watch film would be hall you know. Just just try to see how out of defenders thank only go to practice. We compete we go up and watched them together. And it's all about the practice so it was really an honor to go begins Bohol For four years eight omission in the best to that's an interesting dynamic because most film rooms right. It's a wide receiver running back room. But you actually would sit down with opposing corners and learn from them. Do like what gave you that idea. Yeah I don't know so we actually. We do have the position rooms with the film. We also have a main room. They're they're just TV's lined up and like three or four computers in ironically. That was my favorite spot to watch film. It was his favorite spot to watch film and over time. We being at the same time and then one day. Hey like just wash together and learn from each other so you went up to indy for the combine and you ran a nice time after there was some hate online that I was checking out which was just Bologna. Italy's but that was a good showing. What else did you learn at the combine? More about? Like how the fact the league's a business and you need to put up those numbers. What was that experience like? Yeah you know. Especially just the meetings on air from coaches and scouts about you know what they expect and what they want some of the questions. It was just a learning experience. Gave me more insight of what's expect when I actually get their How their thing and then just being around although the League is you know now another minute situation where everybody is good around me. What were I mean? We always hear the stories. Did you get any ridiculous question? I didn't that was prepared for citizens no because some of the guys who graduated from Virginia warned me. Yeah you might get some wild questions. What would the prepare quite like? What have you heard through your? How would you kill someone breathing? So they didn't really test you. Let's let's give you some ridiculous question. Okay how would you kill someone probably with my hands? I did a a pair of leather gloves No hands clean. That's interesting I've heard some. Why is your mother process? GonNa say that next. Yeah one of my question based off anything. They'll just throw it and that's just a random question. See how you react One of the guys. I was training with in Florida. Actually Kodak's and that question really. He said it was Kinda mad at first man. He couldn't really show and they're trying to like get under your Seattle seldom when when the seahawks talked to decay metcalf. They made him take off his shirt and Kinda flex. Would you have been prepared for a situation like that? Yeah I'm always done a flare. You consider yourself like in the weight room all the time. Is that kind of your style. Yeah I feel weird if I'm not working out really combine That was totally. Take a couple of days off. I probably one day off and I had to be right back at it. So it's almost therapeutic for me Working out for a while now and some alike to do. It's a loaded class this year. Really towns you guys all across the Board. Who who'd you like? Learn cool tips from at the combine. Who are you really impressed where they saw you know obviously watch them all on TV on film but who do have the chance to learn from so I actually trained with the CD lamb and you know the combine together. So I over the course of three months. It was cool to learn from him. I'll pick up on his Tennessee. See what he does behind closed doors so I would definitely have to go with CD You know we became closer as time went on. And you know I do I gotcha. So you're from Virginia and did you have a team. 'cause Virginia doesn't really have was born. I was redskins family. So you know Do you still support them? Yeah I do go over and has been twenty two years. Now you know all my family's been skins fans that's that's been my team. Is that a team. You WOULD WANNA be drafted by our that matter to me. Who drives me any team? That wants me. I'll be happy to go I gotcha. So they've taught you well how to do.
Brain discovery could have important implications for neurodegenerative diseases
"From sixteen different countries are combining their talents with a team at the University of Virginia to investigate a two part system. That is a type of brain cleaning to fight diseases. Such as Multiple Sclerosis Parkinson's Alzheimer's stroke and dementia. The cerebrospinal fluid surrounding the brain serves as the immune system's highway for toxin and plaque removal. The UVA team is researching a slow release Gel. That can be put on the head like shampoo to enhance lymphatic function clearing the roads for medication to pass through the second part of the therapy. Introduces a substance into the body that induces an immune response producing antibodies. That helped clean out the sticky brain plaque. We can't yet cure Alzheimer's but we may soon see a day when restoring memories is just a shampoo away
Coronavirus: Unmasking the Facts
"It's been a week of social distancing for me. I finished a puzzle I cooked for the first time in a million years. Well I put more than three ingredients into a ball for overnight arts. I was pretty proud of myself. And like a lot of S. I was glued to news about this corona virus and I kept coming across questions around to specific things. Ibuprofen and mosques. So that's what we're diving into today. Some reports are saying that ibuprofen. The stuffing advil is making people with corona virus sicker and they should steer clear of the drug. So what's going on there but vast we want to talk about mosques we're hearing a lot about shortages healthcare workers that didn't have enough mosques and other. Ghia to keep them safe in Italy more than thirty five hundred healthcare workers have already gotten the virus in the US. We heard from those who worried they would be next. He's one of few of them told us they've told us that they're only going to give one mask every five days. What they're having a stew is really wear the same dirty mask over and over and over again and if we need a new mask we have to go in. Show the old one to our supervisor to prove why it needs to be thrown away. We get handed in ninety five mess. And we're supposed to keep them in bags and put our names on them and reuse them through today this moment we are already rationing or as a few days ago. Got to a point where almost completely out and we had to start using some of our masks and gowns horrifying. We're all completely horrified. We feel like we are soldiers being sent to war without the protective equipment that we need. A lot of people are scared to go to work all. This is starting to sound awful. So how important are these mosques? Healthcare workers and is it that bad to reuse them for this. We called up. Professor Ryan McIntyre an infectious disease expert at the University of New South Wales Australia. Hello Hello so let me. Just Reina has led several clinical trials looking at how Moscow's protect healthcare workers from respiratory viruses. And she's found that the best kind the one that healthcare workers need the end ninety. Five's you might have heard of these reina. Kohl's them respirate a mosques. They're the ones that look like. They kind of molded over your nose and mouth and how they feet. It's actually potted them magic. The way you can tell is a respirator. Fits tightly around? The face doesn't allow the leakage of air and health. Care workers should wear resprayed and Rhino. She has the data to show. How good these puppies? All in one of her studies. She took more than three thousand healthcare workers in Beijing and found that after a month those given in ninety five mosques had roughly half the infection rate of workers using those classical surgical mosques like the ones. You might see the dentist now. Not all studies have found this. But Reina's Ah some of the largest and best in this space what healthcare work is really need in this pandemic. Those ninety five respirator style mosques but as we heard from healthcare workers in some places on enough to go around. There's been a lot of talk of a healthcare workers having to reuse mosques sometimes for multiple days in a row. How risky is that? It probably carries some risk because Musket Contaminated. They get moist. And that's not good for you because bacteria can grow in a moist environment. But it's got no choice. That's like a really difficult dilemma. One solution to the shortage is to not only reuse mosques but to disinfect them so to find out what might work producing. Rose Rim learn. I'm cold up an expert in this very fields. My name is Rachel. Jones and my specialty area is actually around the exposures of healthcare workers to viral respiratory infections. That's that's handy it is Rachel. Who'S AT THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH. Told us that she'd been hearing of all kinds of things that doctors and nurses we using disinfect. Their respirators there was alcohol. Sprays bleach which we know can kill the virus. But you have to be careful so you don't breathe in a face full of bleach other places have been experimenting. With you irradiation. It can be used to disinfect respirators. And so you can. You can disinfect them. Yes that's great surprise their challenges and they haven't all been I think proven to work as robustly as we'd like them to work and it's not clear that you know all the healthcare facilities have the processes in place studies in the lab using special machinery have found that viruses can be killed with UvA radiation. But Rachel says a lot of hospitals in the US out set up for this kind of thing at the moment and so another idea has been popping up making mosques out of cloth like sometimes t shirt material yes. Crofting is joining the war movement. Some hospitals even calling on. Diy Croft as to so mosques to shore up the supply but can cloth. Stop a virus. Well Rachel says put down you needles and thread a lot of materials. Just aunt made to stop viruses space like think of teasha material. We liked t shirts because they airy and they don't make a sweat too much in viruses can roll right through them all those properties that we like in our T. shirt. Make them problematic to use as a mask. Because small particles have been demonstrated in experimental studies to move readily through cloth that is used asks like abandoned or a t-shirt the only clinical trial that we have on cloth mosques which had around a thousand doctors nurses found that they didn't work and in that study actually increased risk of viral infections. We don't know exactly why it's so interesting that the CDC has recommendations at say okay in dire straits it's like their last resort like if it's really dire straits it's a crisis there's nothing else you can wear cloth mask as a healthcare worker. Executive Vice. I don't think that's a good advice. I was really surprised that that came out as a recommendation as where some of my colleagues were saying to each other. Well mostly kind of snacking. Our foreheads going. Oh no mostly. We were just surprised because there really is no scientific evidence that That using a class mass offers any benefit to suggest. A cloth mask is is not based on science. And so it's important to separate out what is the science based type of controls. And what is the shortage based type of
Juventus 2-0 Inter Milan - Hosts go top in stadium empty because of coronavirus
"Events is against into Milan. Went ahead today. In front of an empty stadium. It was surreal experience. But one. So you'd be comfortable in the by two goals to know I Ramsey scoring just after the break in the second half and a lovely go from powder Bala night at Uva to intern nail. That means now is you've ain't on nine points. Clear of INSA inferred they also leapfrog. Lancia back to top spot. This was weird when it boys just way to watch him. We understand why this has take place in this manner but for such a big game to have such a strange feeling as a spectator it was kind of difficult to renew is going to be odd. Given the conditions out of the game is going to be played under. I don't think we figured it'd be district and especially a game of this magnitude with these two clubs are going to be the two biggest clubs in Italian footba battling out for what may eventually be the title and it just. It felt empty literally lead the felt empty especially because into Milan. Who simply off-again listen. I thought the oddity of the game would plant and Tucson Skim the fact that dot its interim and they were simply over. They gave us nothing to give veggies nothing to be worried about nothing for anybody to cling a hot. There's going to be some kind of a title shelter. This event is by far the better. The two dominated an ungodly three points. And really not nothing really as the report and to give you an idea of how odd this was. It is so difficult to understand that every touch on the ball you could hear on the microphone. Every shot on target everything that was happening in the field. You can actually here which is not something that we're used to and whenever there was shot on goal you're expecting some sort of reaction from my crowd that was never there and it's almost as if oh that was a goal scoring opportunity but nobody cares. Nobody cares because nobody there. I would also say it's interesting for me that Saturday. He has a difficult time. Putting out. Deroga- you Wayne and renown out on the field at the same time. When he does seem to work well together sometimes eight Wayne dropping underneath which is not a natural for him but he does at times and then it just goes to the wide area and then he receives the bowl there. And there's rotation on Rondo has freedom to go wherever he wants to. And it seems to work well indications that he has used. I'm not sure as to why he won't commit himself to try to do this more consistent because a team that struggles to create opportunities today we saw from development. That's taking Gol- shows you. How special player. He can be hasn't always been this and doesn't always show this but it's not only the finish is the first that then could where he gets around actually young and then on the one to once it gets into a position where he plays in the ball once again. National Young has an opportunity to make a tackle and he cuts back to the outside and finishes the way that he did. You have to say to yourself. This guy can be useful to you. Not just twenty minutes at a time but ninety minutes at a time but it doesn't always happen for him. It doesn't always happen for Saturday. Let's bring democracy into the conversation. Got Into Milan. Be So disappointed that they didn't really put up a fight today. Yeah undeniably they will be and you know you talk about the put up a fight you can look at it on a binary way what's going to where either they do. What what he says he wants to do. When the aggressive and pressing midfield work hard? They didn't do that or the other thing you could do is. Hey how about you put the guys out there who can actually pass and create I e Christian Erickson and again we see this guy. Come off the bench. And he doesn't give the impression that he is a Colin type player which then begs the question of. Why did you spend all this money on him? He's supposed to give you something different. He could have done something. Possibly if you've figured out a way to to go and play him but I also think we have to give credit to you both games against enter this season. They played really really well have not played well for much of this season but they really raise their game when it mattered was exceptional on. Lukaku and Saturday to give him some credit. I know that alley would love it. If you've got more deba- by I thought dropping Jansher Benton core was was a big call and and one that really paid off as well and we saw what this you've in midfield theoretically could be and hasn't been for much of the season I mean surround. The title race gone. Well I mean they have a game to make up then becomes six points and then but they still have to go win it. I wouldn't write them off completely at this stage but there's no question that their chances of a trunk down
Restoring Memories May Soon Be a Shampoo Away
"From sixteen different countries are combining their talents with a team at the University of Virginia to investigate estimate a two part system. That is a type of brain cleaning to fight diseases. Such as Multiple Sclerosis Parkinson's Alzheimer's stroke and dementia. The cerebrospinal fluid surrounding the brain serves as the immune system's highway for toxin and plaque removal the UVA team team is researching a slow release Gel. That can be put on the head like shampoo to enhance lymphatic function. Clearing the roads for medication. Listen to pass through. The second part of the therapy introduces a substance into the body that induces an immune response producing antibodies. That helped clean Out The sticky brain plaque. We can't yet cure Alzheimer's but we may soon see a day when restoring memories is just a shampoo away for innovation. Now I'm Jennifer Paulie.
Janeiro Hotel, Rio de Janeiro
"This week after Rio. Well Markle's Fernando are Gusta Pacheco is in his yearly return trip home to Brazil this time stopping by the new Janeiro hotel in the district of long staying. Faithful to the Brazilian Zillion Fashion Label Austin which shares owner. This recently opened home away from home based cheek tropical touches and skillfully reuses. This is an old seafront building. Let's find out more and there is no other city like Rio de Janeiro as soon as you land you start marveling at its mix of urban and nature. Hr Beach and mountain sure. It's also a city dotted with serious urbanistic problems and of course violence but nevertheless it's still has its charm charm. I have a couple of favorite hotels. Stay in the city which I like to visit every year from the traditional Cabana Palace to the newly opened or town soon now which was originally designed by Scott Nehemiah but it was very much impressed by Sinead Ortho. The New Hotel by Oscar mets UvA the owner of Brazilian fashion brand oss cling. OSC LINK is a mainstay of Brazilian fashion with Sheikh Tropical Motifs and and Casual Cut Yorker style calculate of course the nickname for people born in Rio. I always loved the fashion brand. And it's impressive. How much the hotel telomeres. It's look in the best possible way. The hotel is situated in the district of Leblon. The neighboring district to Lebron is famous for its many bars and is also known to Brazilians as the district. Where Soap Opera Author Manuel cavs field. His successful telenovelas sitting behind. Janiro also recalled the stories of the past in the building's designed doing an incredible job reusing fading Slim mm-hmm seafront apartment block. It's woody entrance already tells you this is auto that prefers to keep things described. The rules are simple but they match perfectly with its light. Callers and spacious bathrooms and for me. It's the little touches that make you fall in love with a hotel. The elevators baiters are ferry dock. Nothing worse than massive bright lights in the left specially as you head to the second floor to have breakfast and other place where it is. His hotel shines. Many Brazilian hotels days are going for generic international breakfasts which is a shame as there's nothing better than a good with Brazilian breakfast. Janetta doesn't disappoint the cakes. The Brad the fruit all set beautifully by the hotel chefs but perhaps the biggest highlight of the novel is the Compact Marble Swimming Pool. The top floor when it's still the reflections of the cityscape their ripple in the water show. Why does hotel is so important to real. It captures the best of its surroundings. All within its walls with incredible views to Lebron beach and to the CAGAS US islands. The pool is better suited for light conversation or just admire the view and of course to enjoy one of the cocktails and the Pool Dr..
How the Syria deal between Turkey and Russia will work
"And welcome to today's edition of the briefing with me Andrew Muller it is difficult to conjure a grammar prospect than having in your future decided on an agreement between Turkish President Richard Type One and Russian President Vladimir Putin such however is exactly the outlook facing the key words in the area of northern Syria they had come to Coleridge Uva and who until very recently considered themselves rock-solid allies off and perhaps therefore protected by the United States Turkey and Russia have agreed to what they call oversee what they call a withdrawal of Kurdish forces the Kurds IC- matters differently I'm joined by Paul Rogers a professor of peace studies at Bradford University who has written extensively on the war in Syria and Hannah Lucinda Smith Istanbul respondent for the Times how in Istanbul first of all what do we know about how Russia and Turkey expect this deal to work because on the face of it it would seem to require an amount of cooperation from the Kurds good morning well yeah I think the first thing that we should say about the deal that was struck in Saudi last night this is hugely more details than either of the deals struck between Turkey and the US previously on the safe zone finds exactly where the safe zone is going to be how exactly it's going to be patrolled in court Rodney as you say most of those areas is going to be cleared of Kurdish fighters guide to be patrolled either by acids and Russian forces or also with Turkish forces as well joint patrols now of course this completely relies on on the Kurds agreeing to this agreeing to withdraw from his areas but quite frankly they don't really have much other choices they turned to ask that assu weeks ago when Turkey I launches assault there was a military memorandum of understanding signed between the two sides that point and to be honest they really hunger and yet the cause to play it's difficult see how they have any leeway to oppose this agreement just to follow that up is clear then at least on the in terms of this agreement where they intend or expect the Kurds to go now all we know is that they're going to be goes out of an area generally ten kilometers along the border apart from certain towns also from the towns of manage and tell Ra fats to the west of the area and everyone is going to be pulled back thirty clumps away from that border now obviously that's a small sex Shen in in kind of pure land mass terms of what the the Kurdish dominated forces controlled in Syria but it does also include almost all of their main towns this is the commish that factor capital falls outside of this arrangement it's unclear exactly in the long term how that's going to be trolled. The moment is a mixture of Kurdish regime fighters but all the other towns on the border that's where the huge bulk of the population in Syria Lebanon redan clear at that at this point where if they choose lead times they civilians are going to go Bring Paul Rogers in at this point Paul how do you expect this to play out because it would appear that militarily at least the the military wing of the Syrian democratic forces the white PG they don't really have any options Jackie and Russia both huge well-equipped military's the Kurds have very little heavy weaponry they certainly don't have an air force will they make any attempt at all do you imagine to defend what they have I think is unlikely that they will do any defense in the conventional sense in the slightly longer term may be the equivalent of of Salter Grid warfare but in the short term degree very much that they're in a very weak position I think the point that hunters was making very significant in terms of the out of control the techs are prepared to ensure if not control themselves with a mixture of Syrian and Russian forces so also saying that Turkey really like is to be able to control the area right across the border Syria from the the whole sort of length of the border winches many hundreds Columbus the area that they do control in the West because of their own associates is quite big what remains is something like four hundred twenty kilometers this particular agreement appears to cover about one hundred and twenty kilometers Ms Hammet says this is an area where the Kurds each populations particularly concentrated for the still nearly something like two thirds of the total area which isn't under this agreement we simply don't know what's going to happen there but in direct answer to your question I think it is unelected the that's what offer any major resistance to this at least in the short term but just to follow that up poll should we therefore assume that agreement that was struck between the code and the Syrian regime for all that was ever worth is now formerly a dead letter it seems to be yes I mean if you look at this in a wider sense trump's decision to Morris withdraw the troops and Syria although they've not been large they've been pretty significant we tend to forget an addition to these troops what nobody talks about in polite circles is the presence of question number special forces including it suspected special forces from Britain and France that have involved in trying to prevent escape of the Isis fighters they haven't been very successful in that at present because there are so many isis fighters in some of the detention camps but from the Russian perspective that this is really very good for them I mean their overall plan is to have as much influence a series they can for minimum cost on the way they played the air war was very rough very tough but not huge costly a while they now seeing is the will be actually be some Russian forces even quite small a nominal in these zones as part of the sort of protection patrols which means that they will be extending their influence geographically very little costing sells out of that expect it is pretty Kaputin and one would say that in that respect is also good for the United States how does it look like this is playing the one domestically is is it proving popular with Turks generally this idea that I and his pitches basically two fold that he has cleared what he described observe terrorist menace from away from Turkey's borders and he has now opened up spicing which Turkey can repatriate some of the millions of Syrians who have fled into the country since two thousand eleven sure I think it's very important burdwan he manages to to spin every get series of victory at home you know I think we shouldn't forget that a major part of his reason for launching this operation in the first place was to kind of Rowson domestic supporting tools to deflect attention away from so many other things that have been plaguing in this year the economy's going terribly he suffered major losses in local elections at this yes now taking the Turkish front pages this morning and you know should remind you the only sort of the Turkish media is controlled by one and his allies the reaction to the deal last night is a lot more kinds of restraints than was the reaction to the deal with Mike Pence last Thursday after that deal the headlines thank took his one and Turkish victory now the much more restrained they're saying the Terry corridor has been committed to history so there's a lot more restrained language I think it's almost certain that presentation on even though he's got nowhere near what he was setting out to get when he first started talking about launching this unilateral campaign a few weeks ago you know he was talking about taking a stretch of border four hundred forty kilometers long he's got far less than that but I mean certainly he's going to into a victory he's going to say the state of Rosia varies name more the Thai have got rid the terror threat from our border and this is another victory for me and my policies all the the Syrian conflict which is now approaching the end of its first decade has proved ceaselessly in depressingly inventive in finding ways to perpetuate itself but bearing that in mind do we at least see some outline of what a final settlement might look like because isn't this Turkey coming around ever for the to the idea that Bashar Al Assad has basically one that he will remain president of Syria I think that's true a and I would agree generally that this is being a good period for a set himself and his regime not least because the Kurds are having to accept that he can be a kind of counter to the increase Turkish influence the one big question remains though is what this does to the other kinds of militia groups are not much talk about the ones in North West Syria in Italy province but more the Isis elements and here there is a lot happening although against very difficult piece out precisely what the Americans of taken about a thousand of their troops from Syria into western Iraq but one report from the Pentagon this morning suggested this is a temporary there's thousand we'll be withdrawn entirely so it makes it to the American seem to be persisting in trump's wished rashly with morton withdrawal more fully than it is his phone one can say extremely good news in perhaps the the group that may benefit most is actually isis itself who far from going away I'll still there regenerating in Syria and in Iraq and the connection here is they still had many hundreds property several thousands of their toughest paramilitaries in detention one sort or another in the in the powder Syria those are really coming out back into circulation it's very similar to what happened in two thousand twelve thirteen with the so-called operation breaking the walls when what was the remnants of the old HQ I in Iraq managed to break out many that toughest paramilitaries from Iraqi prisons now it's not so much breaking out now because these went so well protected this time but it's the same kind of thing playing at a smaller scale and it's gone who almost certainly boost isis overall now that has an impact in Iraq or serious very difficult to tell but that's the one unknown in this current situation ought to come back to you finally a major part of President Prospectus that the the P. G. R. A. Anti-kurdish terrorist organization has been the alleged relationship with the Peak Aka the Turkey the Kurdish rather organization which has been waging war against Turkey for decades we'll doin be anticipating or nervous about any potential response to this deal from the PKK well I think the listening to say as you know the the the links between the what PG and the and the PK care real I mean when I first started reporting on the war PG in late two thousand thirteen you know well before they had even heard much indefinitely before before they go US backing I mean they were very very open about the fact Turkey ideologically that clearly linked to the to the PK K.. And you know I think everyone probably should be very worried about retaliation from the okay inside Turkey a ceasefire broke down in the summer of two thousand fifteen since then we've seen really wide scale conflicts across southeastern Turkey happening often in the city centers in many cities enters destroyed by fighting between Turkish security for some pick the
"uva" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast
"Not sitting in the room with me Wes in his mom's basement hiding from her shivering in a corner we have. In the room with me, Leland. I like that MSCI sound a little more upbeat than usual. You must be having a good day. He's trying to make up for the rest of us. I like the fact, oh, I'll say this, man. I hope some of the listeners had as much fun with squirrels for the next week though. Because you know, even my wife at the time, she she was in agreement with you that it wasn't. It wasn't funny, but still there are multiple squirrel jokes throughout the anytime. Anything like he's acting kinda squirrelly. Because you heard me my phone call. No. Yeah. But I'm just saying anytime something squirrels came up man it. I dunno got a couple of chuckles out of it. Yeah. So I hope some of the listeners at least if they didn't find that actual section huge of the show funny. Maybe you're not listening this week. But I hope that you had a little little secondary laughs about squirrels at our expense. Laugh at us. Not with us. We don't care either one either one so real quick, dude. I want I want to tell you that I up to my game this week in wins. Name. His name's Todd named Tiny's down body body. No, no. But I mean, you know, he stays in shaping you looks anyways gauge side. So I did the whitest thing of mine tire life this week. Swam short jumped out of airplanes. Would you do if you if you didn't say that long point? So where the national championship or basketball college basketball on Monday. So UVA tack UVA who wasn't that. Would I believe Virginia? And so my wife's cousin graduated from UVA. So they're big fan. So we're like I typically I've told you I don't give two craps about basketball. But we're like one degree separation from UVA. So said, hey, we're where we're gonna watch the game. Anyways. Everybody came over to our house to watch a game, which was fine. So my wife makes his awesome dip in its Kito for nachos. Pork rinds whenever you want to put. And one of the key ingredients guacamole now, we all know there's very little left in the US not yet. No, not yet. I think there was a run on it. Thanks trump. But anyways, so we made his debut squawk mowing. That he's helping the Connell industry like Obama helped the gun and test, right? All at once. No, it wasn't him. It was a disease. They. They. I've been saying. I because we we can't get it here in California. So we can the border. Yeah. If we have avocados what's the point? Why do we have a there's no reason go for but to fall out? It was a disease in the ombudsman across the thing in days. So the shut everything down. All right. Let's go to advocate. All right. So anyways fact, you're welcome back leg on KOMO only white people. Right. So we bought regular guacamole from whole foods, which is very expensive very very wide. Just going into whole foods side note. I'd never been into whole foods after five pm will never do that again. Because I want to do the whole foods. Oh, do you go into whole foods account? Like, even though it's summer. Did. I put my hoodie up. You don't want anybody? I'm shopping there. Because there's a couple of things you just can't get anywhere else. The get a whole foods to get. I digress. Because I don't think been ho- food. We go there for literally very specific things guacamole being one of them. Walmart it dude. It's really good there. It really is. Really good..
"uva" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"Sponsor cash. Being presenting sponsor of part in my take today is Wednesday, April tenth and the Cavaliers are champions again. Yes, it's been a while. It had been a while since deli took them there. People forget the three one lead. Yeah. That's true. But yes, shot up to UVA. I think this was a big you got own game for me personally. Yeah. Because I hand up I got owned I've been saying for the last week like I'm rooting for Texas Tech UVA and the championship because it's going to be so boring. Turns out I was wrong. Yeah. Not wrong lot. No, listen. You you thought exam today? Wrong about that too. Yeah. We thought what everyone else thought? And then everyone went on Twitter. And being like who what happened all these people says can be bad game. Like, yeah. You know, what it turned out to be a great game? It was awesome. Yeah. It was a fantastic national championship. It had the perfect. I two minutes where they're kicking the ball around. It was like three two in Texas Tech started over eight from from the field. But then it became great. There was big shots. Good defense. Compelling moments instant replays it lasted forever. The biggest thing for me is UVA now becomes one of the coolest stories in all sports going from the loss to UNBC last year as a one c to a sixteen seed never happened before to then get all the way back and go to the national title and win the national championship. It's all like one story and it all kind of a races. I feel like if they don't have that low. They don't get to this high. And if you look at how they got on this run the three games Purdue game where they're down with like down three with five seconds left. The Auburn game. They're down four seventeen seconds left and the national tell the down three with twelve seconds left. If you don't get to the rock bottom of losing to you NBC. I don't think you win those games because they had nothing to lose. Right. Yeah. They couldn't be killed this year. Right. And you know, it's a classic case of. Yeah. They were lucky they got lucky a lot. But you know, what to me it seems like the best teams are. Always the ones that get the luckiest like you can make the case like oh, Tom Brady shouldn't have Super Bowls because of the the interception. Build them out at the game Viteri build amount in the playoffs at that first one. But you know, what it turns out that if you have lucked that adds up a lot. He probably just good you if you point to any championship team ever. There was a moment where they had the ball bounce their way. That's just how it works. And. Yeah, of course, people will talk about the double dribble against Auburn. The talk about the review, you know, the the Kyle guy trip the instant replay ball out of bounds review. I throw all that out. Virginia was the best team this year their stories. Unbelievable. They were like robotic in the fashion that they just never they never panicked. They were always in it. They go five minutes without scoring. And like, you know, what we're still in it because their defense was suffered yet suffocating, and they've really did I feel like at the end of games when you have the embarrassment of losing to a sixteen. See the first ever to have that happen. I feel like you probably. Sit in the huddle. You're like, hey, guys. Can't get worse than that. Sure. Let's go play this last minute. Let's go see if we can make shot. Let's go see if we can get a big three shrimp just gonna throw this out there. If anybody at UVA, listen to this show if anybody that works for the team, maybe give some rings to you in BC's team last year..
"uva" Discussed on High Noon
"I don't think that's something to referee got tolerate, but the Costa has made other people tolerate other terrible things if you want to queue up the way back machine because this guy we cover so much soccer without watching it wreck. But that is some saliva guide. I remember. The no, look the no newbie could have been worse. It's the silence of the lambs. Well, it could that's still disgust at his discussing. You cannot go around Duke inning saliva at people as a matter of strategy. And yet the cost does this. And both the thing we talked about the top of this segment, which is that the pooping on mom stuff that happened in like a really important game. And now at let it go dribbed is considering is this the kind of guy we want because he's so good. But does stuff like this? I've driven they used to call in the clippers a soccer back when the clippers. Sorry. I just wanna know this. What does it take people to throw hand soccer? I've never seen. Anybody throw hand soccer that omega happen. Like your hand should be well rested. They laid why can't you throw worse thing happened? You break. Your hand can't kick. The Baltimore coming up next people here grabbing crotches toward ways. Yeah. Johnny Manziel was John on football. I feel like that's the kind of thing we call you John at work small problem Gano. Joe no doesn't today's number zero for forty nine. That's the hitless at bat streak that Chris Davis is currently on after he broke me. It will be record last night, Bomani. That's what are we watching? We're watching watching not his knee stiff breeze as we go show. No Brown outs are. Notice. Okay. Contact good L was good would..
"uva" Discussed on High Noon
"Then they knew what it is what it was. That they were doing. So to me, this is really an indictment of the Lakers. The idea that I can look at the Nixon be like, you know, what they might have a better plan than you. Do. What's interesting in this story to me is that they had Frank head people fear rising that not only do you need kyri Irving to join. Kevin durant? Not only do you need a second star the second star that LeBron did not have an LA. It's that there is an argument or discussion at least about who's gonna sign I because that's sort of the alpha male ego thing, right? Who's going to be the first and who's going to be the follower with the bottom line? Is that Kevin Durant does need someone else because without him? I think you invite all the stuff that has seen the face of LeBron. Right. But the flipside of where Frank is talking about though is the idea that you've got a good thing in Golden State into you walk away from that good thing doesn't matter. How good that thing? Is thing does not make you happy. It does not matter. How that thing is the thing doesn't necessarily want to have to put up with you much longer. Right. Because I can't imagine. They're having a great time hanging out with Kevin Durant in the locker room that team. That's right. Right. Like this. Is one that none of us. I had real insight into we've heard that he's going to go to the Knicks. But it you wanna decipher with that guy is going to do if you want to try to figure out what's going through that guy's mind that guy's heart. Good luck. And that is going to be such a fun thing for us to dissect. If he does come to this city because we've been doing a lot of dissecting about LeBron brain, but Kevin Durant and the relationship that he and his guy rich climate may or may not have with the ownership of the Knicks with the front office of the Knicks. Jim dolan. Scott Perry's Scott Perry who drafted Kevin Durant. If you are young guys on that team. And Kevin Durant comes in and wants to make wholesale changes. I into look at Kevin Durant as both my colleague and also potentially as my employer. Yeah. But here's the thing if he wants to come in and make wholesale changes. And I'm on the Knicks one of those wholesale changes. His I ain't got to play for the Knicks. No more. I'm welcoming the new boss worst case scenario was up free. That's the worst thing that could happen here as I ain't got to play nicks. No more. One thing. I don't get nothing. We give way too much cream has anything happened with the Lakers, this ideal man, you might get traded at this guy comes in here. Everybody might get traded at any given point in time you go to wind up probably goal somewhere where you give more chances to play. If that happens that can't be the big deal here. But do even know Kevin Durant has that much of a concern with how the team is run? No. We don't because. Kevin Durant actually has not said that he wants to go to the Knicks at all. But wanna talk about? All right. Coming up next is the odor of the war. You're scared of the MBA. Hi, new brought to you by the US army. Find out go army dot com slash warriors. Secret, high noon this coming out from the seaport district appear seventeen brought to you by chase..
"uva" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Leonard Hamilton joins us. Thanks so much for making time for us coach you had experience against this UVA team this year. You lost them on January fifth came back to beat them sixty nine fifty nine on March fifteenth. What did you learn from the first game with them that taught you how to beat them the second time around. What are we made shot? So we were we were somewhat early on in the year. They have very good basketball team. It's very well. They played a lot better than us. And they're capable of shooting the ball and make it bad is tough shots, even when you can test them, and they have one of those nights one of those afternoons with, you know, seem like what if we did the officially they just took advantage of and they're they're capable of doing that. But I think the night's matchup will be very good matchup because Texas Tech's capable of defendant. But in Virginia's very the best extra team that we played all year. So it makes has the makings of a good game. Coach when you're facing a team that executes cleanly Virginia does than what's your key is coach to tell your guys in combating that. Well, you know, we've we've put him so much that they understand us. We understand them. They they they want to continue to keep doing this. What they do. They don't deviate much, and they have so many options every time the ball move. That helps slams they have down screens they have slips, and and and and they sneaky one oh one players that are capable. And if you just give them to Rome and guy if you give them good looks just if you just right in their face. They would make shots from a great distance of. This is a Texas Tech has the quickness and speed lives. Schism the close out on the shooter's. And so I can't wait to see this game. I'm excited about watching. Good defense against great office, Leonard Hamilton joins us head coach of Florida state. Yeah. You mentioned Kyle guy. But one of the big differences for UVA this year from last year is they aren't dependent on any one player. They've got three guys shooting over forty percent from. Field goal range over forty percent from three point range those top three guys. Is there one that you focus on if you're Texas Tech? Are you trying to take away one aspect of their game by eliminating the ability of one player to make the different where you you? You were correct is your szeswith. You know, they they spread the wealth around. They they can hurt you at all spots. They when they moved the ball is almost like, they just take the highest percentage available. I mean key. She hit. I think eighteen nineteen points against us. The first game we played them guy in Girona sock. The ball very well. Hunters favorite capable and and. He's had a great year inject song. He just does his job or sitting screens and doing all the dirty work. We're talking to force tape men's head basketball coach Leonard Hamilton coach. We talk so much about Virginia and pace of play from coachie standpoint. How is it really that big of an adjustment? When you're facing a team that plays that way. Very extremely patient, and they're going to look for the highest percentage shot, and they have so many options, and they they do as good a job as anybody the country of just playing who they are. And take advantage of what the defense gives you ver- every once in a while they're going one on one when you least expect it, and they're very capable of tacking off the dribble and with the floaters in the pool jumpers. And so with that ability and they make great decisions they play to each other strength. They're very difficult to defend. That's why I'm looking forward to the game. Because obviously. Texas tech. Is one of the better teams that that I've seen and they have the ability to switch one through five. It'd be interesting to see what defense is schemes that they will use to the challenge team that just refuses to get out of the paste that they're custom that they're comfortable with it stain in sarahspain and Jason Fitz on ESPN radio. We are presented by progressive insurance. Talking to Leonard Hamilton head coach at Florida state on the shell Pennzoil performance line. Coach since nineteen ninety one seeds are eight and one in national title games against opponents seated three or lower. Does it matter to you in terms of which team has the edge mentally that one is a one seat, and maybe one feels a bit like they're playing with house money where you could still out the seats. Those days are over where I think they're such parody in college basketball. Maybe it gives people like yourself talking points. The believe me when when that ball goes up. Nobody's worrying about what see there is. They wanna win. And and it's so so difficult to see teams when you don't really see all the does the best job. They can. But. On any given night in basketball anyone's capable women. And I think that's what made cars basketball, so exciting. I think is the most exciting sporting event in the world because the teams that have sometimes have the most are necessarily other teams that go out and win. It's just teams that are playing well that particular time you never really know what's going to happen. And that's why I think that you got two great teams, great coaches. Now, they might not have all the preseason make all Americans on the two teams. But there's doubt in my mind. These guys are just as talented, and and there's no doubt that they're just as coast is teams in America. But that being said coach from from a coaching Sam. But when you look at this matchup is there a team that you favor in it. Well, listen to Bill earlier, maybe games, the not to to junior. But but I think that sometimes teams that. Texas. I mean, sorry, Texas Tech is a very good team as well. But they are exceptional defensively. It's it's always hard for me to go against the team that defense as well as Texas Tech. I think that this this going to be a it's hard for me to pick. But sometimes in games like this these this as a tendency to win out, but when you think about Virginia. Their their defense. A lot has to do with how they execute offensively. And they won't have as many possessions. They they're going to they should send us three. They're very patient hit free throws. And so I if if the fewer possessions, and then that could put some added pressure on Texas Tech because they might be accustomed to having possessions. But because their defense, I think they're going to be ready. I think the state maybe might be picking on the dogs. I expect him to surprise people in play extremely well. Awesome information. Thanks for the insight coach, really pre she'd it. Thanks coach Leonard Hamilton head coach at Florida state. Joining us here on Spain and Fitz. Yeah. Both teams playing great defense. And I think we heard earlier in the show, and it's valid point that Virginia being such a strong defensive team playing. Against themselves and getting that practice and having that their own defensive mindset might make them approach Texas Tech a little bit better than some of the other teams that got kind of blown away and smothered by this Texas Tech defense..
"uva" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"It is fit. Sarahspain Jason Fitz on ESPN radio the espionage, Sirius XM channel eighty don't know why got a southern accent there for a minute. We are presented by progressive insurance. We mentioned final four coming up this weekend. UVA will be in the final four with a shot at the national title. Of course, this time last year, we were all talking about how they were on the wrong. End of the biggest upset in college hoops history falling to sixteen seed UNBC in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Only the second time that ever happened. First time, of course, the Harvard women Devon hall was a part of that falling UVA squad. He joins us on the shell Pennzoil performance line. I hate to bring it back to you, Devon. But take us inside the locker room after last year's loss to you NBC. What was the atmosphere like this one of the motion? I mean. Everyone obviously didn't expect us to go in and lose that game. Neither do we we prepare wealth that game. And go into what we saw good about it. They came out in a pretty much kicked our butts. I mean deserved to win the game the way they played, and we are glued how we play a lot of motions going into that locker room and frustration guys weren't gonna come back, and you know, Fuchs seniors there myself included, and we weren't going to be able to be a part that many more shows. It was a frustrating. How long does the loss like that stick with you? For me. It had Kanda had to in quick I kind of had to turn the page over to you know, professional lifestyle. But I mean guys they were going back in the gay, and you know, trying to prepare to go back in that same position the next years. So I mean from economy that turned the page Olympic quicken and other guys. But I mean stuff when few guys talking to Devon hall. Former UVA player draft in the second round by okay? See played the early part of the season in the Australian N B Allen finished the season with the okay, see blue. You mentioned you've got teammates from last year that are still on that UVA team teams change a lot in college hoops year to year. But obviously a lot of carryovers how much pressure. Do you think there was this year's team to avenge last year's early exit? I think I think a lot of the pressure was created outside of that that that were that program. And you know, what's important is what's inside of the program and coach Bennett, obviously probably dressed the you know, the monkey on the back situation going into the first game. But I mean, I think it was just a, you know, once better time put, you know, their best foot forward and no stay in the moment. Not worry about the past. But no once they got they got rid of the first game. They weren't worried too much about all the negative criticism or whatnot. I mean sick diverse. I condemn because as much pressure as there wasn't the first round. Now that they once they got out of the first one does it sort of free them up to just sort of take a breath and and play their style of basketball at that point. I'm sure I'm sure gave him a sense of you know, you know, I guess a breath of fresh air, the we know we're okay, we didn't do it. Sometimes this is not. No, no, we're not reliving the past time situation. So we give them, you know, maybe some more freedom in terms of playing a game. And you. Getting back to what they're doing it Spain infants here Spain and Jason Fitz talking Devon hall part of last year's UVA team. Why do you think UVA ended up being the only one seed to make it to the final four?.
"uva" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"It's the easiest way to get all the tickets to the games you want to go to vivid seats for the windy. We want to welcome in coach Tony Bennett who last night, man. Oh, man, UVA put an absolute clinic certainly in the last fifteen minutes onto cues coach, thanks for taking the time. Your team last night. I know you've had great games over the years. But that was about as good a fifteen minutes is I've seen all year in college basketball -fensive defensively. What were your thoughts on it three or so hot? And just started clicking them in our defense. Really? You know, it kind of I guess fueled our defense. So it was important to that was a tight game. And it it opened up with like I said it's sort of perfect storm. But I was it was fun to coach that you don't always that stretch was as you guys know as well as as all of I'm not sure Danny Hannity. Those. No, no, not like that brother. No. No. No, no. What did you say to you guys at halftime because you guys were pretty loose with the ball first half. And then the second half did a great job of taking care of the ball. And you did a great job of figuring out a way to get almost matching up with zone and then getting into the middle of ninja satanic from there. What was your message? Yeah. I think we had eight turnovers and we gave up eight offense rebound. You know, y'all look at those stats that we realized like say, you know, what do we have to do to eliminate losing? I, and we gotta have no you better have an a or a minus in, you know, taking care of the ball giving up, you know, or one and done on the rebounding, and then obviously, no fast-break points. And we just have those gotta clean up and play the game. And you know, our guys have been experienced, and and that known it can go both ways it takes a little bit of a Justin the length of it and all that stuff and also sometimes that zone just to you and you're playing well, so it's a double edged sword. But thought we just at the you know, we got some guys behind zone that could catch and finish. We we missed a few in the first half. So it wasn't. I didn't like blow them up was just like listen, if we're going to be effective as what we have to do. And I thought the Andre really guarded battle because they have some really good individual one on one players and our defense. I thought took a step, you know, in that stretch where we just spread out played are gaps. But we bothered individual shots. And then as I said kept him off at lasts without a company with the kind of the the shooting and the offense of output. Really? You know was a quick turnaround. Coach it you mentioned the word blow your team up. I'd seems to me senior back in the Bahamas and watching you now this looks like a team that you don't have to blow up very often is it. No. I think you you feel the mood. I think you know, practice has to be sharp and intense and challenging, and then, you know, if you sense it as a coach in a moment, whether it's at halftime at a time out just need to. Okay. Yeah. Sometimes have to trust that. But when you have experienced players, you know, it's this level. You gotta play the possessions. And it's whether there's different ways to do it. But I think the experience and no one, you know, we're we're in a race year support for us that was a huge game for us. Now, we still have a chance at a an ACC regular season championship. It was you know, it's just about not playing perfect but playing the possession..
"uva" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Three over Washington. But three weeks ago I was in Las Gatos where Alex Smith resides eating at the Chicago steakhouse. All right, right. Because of my sentiment four, Alex Smith all Alex is done for the bay area back. We should have a double weekend where we think underpants on Saturday, and we think Alex Smith on a Sunday, I'm going with Washington to pull the upset over Green Bay. All right. Oh, so you're in Washington, plus three. Yes. I am. Okay. Because of my you gotta do some you'll have one hundred dog. That's your one underdog. Yeah. All right. I will go back to the college game. I'm gonna go with the Virginia Cavaliers taken on Louisville. Good pick UVA's tougher in their place. They're you know, they're only giving four I like that. I like that. So gimme gimme the Cavaliers in Charlottesville. Over louisville. Larry won't admit it. You know, he's doing that. That's the album mater, a Vern, Glenn and Ralph Sampson a little bit of earning there. All right and Hoppy Lopez as he really easy UVA guy. Great to see hobby, Wisconsin UVA, the patriots the Steelers and the saints and you're going SC five winners. H E eagles, Miami, Miami and Washington the Washington reds and once again via man, I'm I'm against not against but I'm picking this Sunday against forty Niners and against the raiders real popular. Well, I I'm not I'm not here to make friends. What's amazing? You put a little bit of pressure on somebody's lap. And suddenly they turn on everybody. They know the fresher this contest. Okay. I'll go I need to pick a winner. Screwing. I'll I'll I'll turn off every football fan in northern California because I need to be right or I could go to Indy. I'll be so respected by all the I rather be.
"uva" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Strengthen two major hurricane status today reaching categories of four or five most likely making landfall in Carolinas or Virginia on Thursday. So states have emergency have already been declared in those states skins off to a great start after dominating the era Zona cardinals in their season opener with twenty four to six victory next up Indianapolis at FedEx field, bring on Andrew luck. Serena Williams was fined seventeen thousand dollars for three code violations during her loss to Naomi Osaka in the US open final that money's coming out of her prize money of one point eight five million dollars as being a runner up to Naomi. Classes just started. But US news and World Report already has issued its annual report card for the nation's best colleges coming in number one was Princeton. Locally though Johns Hopkins University cracked the top ten Georgetown came in twenty-second UVA was twenty fifth overall though UVA ranked the third best national public university. That's good. A new survey finds twenty percent of parents say they really struggle to have a meaningful conversation with their kid. Seventy one percent struggled to communicate with their children. Overall. Forty percent say the average conversation with their child rarely more than ten minutes. Eighty two percent say they feel their kids do their best to avoid having conversations with them. While twenty three percent say they're often are given short answer. Just grunts when they try to talk to them. Do you have more than ten minutes? I think you do with Kyla. There are times when we do. But then there are times when I have to check myself and say, hey, listen, I need to be paying attention to what she's saying because it's important to her. But this is more because their kids aren't talking to them. So your daughter talks to you. She'll talk to me. But then there are times when I'll start asking questions she doesn't want to talk about. I wanna talk about it right now. All kinds of wall. Enjoy the time that you have now because when they become teens become a thing unless it's important to them than they wanna talk about it cloudy skies in sixty one right now, although it is going to be scattered rain showers later on with highs of eighty one right now, it's six twenty six. Let us go talk to our friend. Lisa Peyton thanks to our friends at Nissan. What's going on with the roads right now shack a lack of southbound two seventy slowing after eighty five off and onto one or nine your call between DC and Baltimore. Ninety five or ninety five they'll both work for you. Yes. We have heavier vying now on the inner loop at the Wilson bridge, but you can do it ninety five or northbound and Stafford broken down vehicle. They're moving at out of the right lane. You know, yourself MDC to ninety five in that left exit to one see the one the Martin Luther King junior avenue. Now can't do it. That's where we have an accident. Nissan. Intelligent, mobility can help you maneuver around a crash southbound on the George Washington Parkway. This one is after the overlooked, but before the key bridge with Toby and chilly in the morning. I'm Lisa Bayden on ninety seven point one wash FM..
"uva" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC
"Of employees or the risk of new overnight unicorn that can take up significant portion of talent from the ecosystem. So we believe geographically diversifying or building teams across multiple markets is a muscle memory that you should start building much earlier than conventional wisdom would suggest. And we're seeing companies now do that on day one or with employee number one. And I think that trend will only continue to be the norm, and we've spoken to companies that way to do this much lay. Later when they have fifty eighty one hundred engine years, and that's much more difficult to actually reengineer your practices and divisions of responsibility, or you now have a dated tech stack that makes it increasingly hard to find engineers that are actually excited to build upon technologies you're using. That may just be a few years behind the modern trend nab -solutely it seems so much easier to insert that kind of culture and discipline from day one, I promise this isn't unlike speed Uva, they speed in before the show. And he said that without a mind in the benefits, you just pulled wanted what key aspects to making remote teams successful. So there's many aspects here. I think I market selection is key. So understanding where you want to take your team and the right place for that team to grow. And there's a lot of factors that go into that terms of talent. How big is the talent pool? Who were the incumbents in the market with large engineering teams? What technologies are popular in that city or that region? What universities are local there that could feed into the long term potential talent pool. Hell line time zones, how easy is travel. So there's a lot from overall market selection, but from a team standpoint, there's no question that you need strong initial leadership for that team to be successful. So hiring the first senior tech lead is critical. It doesn't have to be the first higher, but I think it does need to be in the first few to establish a strong foundation for that team and allow that lead to start making some of the hiring decisions with local knowledge of talent on the ground. And Lastly, I think a very important factor is making that team feel like first class citizens, and this really stems from giving complete product ownership.
"uva" Discussed on talkRADIO
"I absolutely love the sprays but. Apparently. They're not as good then that pretty quickly not only that but they say. That if you have a spray. Should, spray. Into your hand I because the problem is sprays It doesn't give you an even coverage I was looking at it, the other. Day, there was a big piece in one of the papers about about how how the coverage of. Certain things and I always choose, fat to fifty but I've been I've been told that you don't need, fifty 'cause thirty if it's over thirty it's the same test society and allows, for the same amount of time Yeah exactly so you just have to and I always think the other thing is. Always put on more than you think. Always put on, more than you think you need that's what that's what. Are you looking at, me like that is a rule for life I think that with everything Always do more than necessary Yes so but it is it is an issue when you've got people. Going along to, a hospital so, the, children, it says here children especially we. Know that must be protected they're saying SPF fifty with UVA and UV protection, because, that's, the thing we used to it. Just took about UVA didn't we yes And those below the age of three. Should be kept out of, direct sunlight? Together Also the other thing to say dehydration What is wrong with water water is now I know what, is a bit boring for some people but really Yeah just, keep hydrated in this. Hot weather keep hydrated that wherever you can wherever wherever there's a. Glass of tap water gang free just, half's I think they should, give out instead of free this bad coax? You should get free bottles of water especially near the.
"uva" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Or on facebook and thank you so much for telling me where you were and how you watch that game and how you digest it really cool clay says on twitter i missed the first half of the game to witness history on friday night he says then we got to see fsu make history by beating a one c for the first time ever so he had book and sue his weekend with history his brackets were toast on thursday and i don't even care best tournament ever it's awesome it's awesome when you can throw the bracket out and really a dozen bother you at all however there will be a winner to the after hours bracket challenge and whoever it is gets to participate in a future edition of asking me anything i heard from some of you on twitter over the weekend telling me i i wanted to be the person to ask anything but now my bracket sucks so i can't i understand i i place actually has two of their four final four wrong currently in first place so it's wide open really is i'm trying to think too i have i changed my bunch you guys remember i was going back and forth with virginia like i need to take them out of the final four i ended up putting them back in the final four but not in the national championship game so kansas is my national champ but my entire south region is a complete disaster except for nevada i had in the sweet sixteen because of eric muscle and because he's such a great he's such a great coach and we enjoy having you on the show that was pretty much it clarence says he was in the drive through taco bell he'll always remember taco bell when you mbc was upsetting uva.
"uva" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"Yeah greg you're up on this so i'm gonna let you take it from here they made an offer to buy qualcomm was it a hostile takeover yes it was hostile cocom doesn't want to be acquired they looking for much higher price bro come off at sixty dollars comb once ninety dollars okay which is kind of like big to think is telling you that you're really going to that's the way fifty percent up is is very big osc the games been getting bekker's affords if you go back a little bit let's get some history hey broadcom was originally a substantial part of broadcom was the old bell labs which is the silicon pot of hp and before that compaq and dell and blah blah blah and so substantial pout abroad comes folio is a us business that then moved to st to singapore our studios are in an old broadcom building and out next door actually yep vago and the genesis the core the uva acquisition that was part of a merger just a couple years ago is still us business so the bulk of broadcom's revenue and business still exist in the us although the comedy is now domiciled in singapore about they've wants to repatriate though they wanna come back right well they went and spoke to president trump they did a deal got some great press and then announced that they really heading back to the us president trump you know use that to say he's great it's going to be great jobs you know us businesses and all that remember that press conference and so part of it that is the logic years that broadcom then took that opportunity to make another acquisition so to take a.