17 Burst results for "Uragan"

"uragan" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"uragan" Discussed on The Moratorium

"He's just slow kinda massaging it. That part of the scene was not slowed down that just how slow at south. Slow that guy. He that every morning slow even strokes. You gotta get that. Yoke adjust right. You've distracting start all over again. Oh it does give you little cards at the bottom. That says that they're in romania. Forty one. I think i miss that. Now who is the A he's is he the priest the guy s just kind of inside caretaking for this and he doesn't have any answers either he kind of lets on that. Maybe does have some answers. Like what are you doing here. he's like. I don't know i'm watching me. I'm doing my job. what's your job. i don't know he's playing like riddles with them or something but really. He's just like yeah. You're right. I don't think he knows what he's doing either We just been doing this every day for the last thirty years. Or what are you doing. I you tell me would obviously not sweeping or exactly exactly. Where's the swiffer. All of their brooms are just made of sticks. So it's not like that's gonna help much. They don't have a swiffer back then or shop vac. Yeah that guy A he was instantly familiar to me. And then i got kind of like. There's so many like similar looking guys. I can't trust myself to pull their names out because they all look alike. yes But that guy. I think he is william morgan shepherd right and he is instantly. What would you say his most serve. Famous role is most recognizable role. Would be probably. I would go with pocahontas to oh interesting. No i don't have anything. Was it frazier. Did you re recognize him. From frazier was in frazier. You know you're not just saying that. I thought earlier so immediately uragan is looking at the all of these fancy little what. They called nickel teas..

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"uragan" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

InnovaBuzz

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"uragan" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

"In the time, it took for the first writer to write their first blog. Unassisted was about six weeks. The second time around is about seven days and the reason why is they could follow step by step and I cannot tell you so like for me sometimes like nails on a chalkboard just oh my gosh time consuming but the amount of time you get back not only in what it is that I'm doing in my life I don't check my emails for more than ten or fifteen minutes now because that's a process, my sister does that she's amazing. With regards to the writing. And hiring somebody not only writing but just hiring somebody imagine how much quicker we can have them up to speed with a system in place rather than without a system and the kicker of everything is Talk About Valuation for Your Company, making, yourself replaceable is the ultimate and so many people have a problem with that for me if I can outsource something or get something off of my desk, that is not what I consider to be a high level activity talking to Uragan doing something like that I. Don't WanNa, do that task because that prevents me from actually scaling the company and thinking at a higher level thirty thousand foot view researching new ideas and trends and stuff like that. That's what I love doing. I don't WanNa be sitting email I don't WanNa be writing a blog article. I can come up with topics in the ideas and resources, but I don't want to do the rest of the stuff. So that's why we do that and so if I ever go to sell the company, my valuation will. Definitely increase because now we have the systems and process. You don't need me here. Anybody can come in look at our systems and do exactly what it is doing to continue to grow the business. Yeah. That's wonderful. There's so much don peck and not, and I love the idea how can you do this so you never do it again, I was looking at some photos of my old office from the early days of my business, the other day and and on the whiteboard they're. I've actually written down handwritten sort of at the bottom of the whiteboard at eye level where I'm sitting at said.

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"uragan" Discussed on Fantasy Theatre

Fantasy Theatre

08:56 min | 3 years ago

"uragan" Discussed on Fantasy Theatre

"It's on our list of core values. Of course we agree. Dispenser has sportsmanship when we play <hes> that dumb dumb but that's not even worth the bleep so embarrassed okay. Do you have resumed. Suai is Spencer Sportsmanship. Tell me about you spencer. Everyone hates to lose the Spencer. He does win a lot but I have never once. I think this has been sports. He's sportsman spy. You don't feel he gets a little intense. Well Yeah I mean I get intense is. I think it's best sportsman. I think this is supposed to be a fun game. I'm and we're supposed to just have fun and get upset. I never get upset. Of course. I'm a little slower than everybody in that game. If this was something you could actually compete at like I don't know chugging Coke Zero sum lost that that might be upsetting. You throw your zero on the ground. I mean finished it. You'd be so upset. I won't use pension this. He's very good at that spite bone Reseda so I get his get his his his intensity intensity win that because if I was that good I'd be intense to me and Joe Joe's a little bit better than me. Obviously breakdown or spike ball best attributes worse attribute ooh minus patients because now we don't need to breath nothing. Goodness obvious core value three thousand five hundred sixty eight. We don't break things down so your your value contacted. Just be a good sport. Yeah Lord like uragans search passer. I mean Joe's kind of same -spense. She's been around me for a long time. It depends on how many Zeros you've thrown back so normally I'm good without the coke zero store July angry after look Zeros. Maybe a little it was sport short like a reconsideration poker sport or poker. You've never been that bad. You're bad winter in your kneedler so I just poke o winning. I don't even know worsely pocket Isis ause this you lose three fancy league games and then quit the whole season Spencer. Would you like did you tell him what happened. After that. He was our league. He should know you went winless. He was Oh and fifteen went winless but finished not last sure he finished WanNa know because everyone in the loser's bracket quit including the people that he lost law students who previously costs you don't give up keep playing and then look it turned into store when I win. One in fifteen success lives Owen Owen fourteen regular season I believe Steve Lost my first round game in the constellation bracket and know what I've been quit. I kept freaking fighting and guess what one it's an inspiration. It's almost live firing and Steve gleason who got last night lead by the way I don't remember his name Johnny Fair One Joe Bell C._v._C. This Week Joe. I have a vice call all right well. We're not to that point but Brazilian okay come Comeback Joe. What Bush did you get in that Lee no it is there you go? I didn't make the playoffs again but he has his own fantasy football podcast so I have become to me they asked for vice this letters picture of Michael Dobbs Address Register my baby. I gotTa C._V._C.. Baby core value nine hundred eighty nine here we go. I'm talking about boredom is what I'm going. Go to make contact on d ever get bored you used to before I turned thirty. I will get bored sometimes after thirty so hey who knows how long this might last now lift every day is a gift. I really don't get bored as much boredom young. That's true so here's my thing about boredom like I used to think that only I used to watch madman all the time and betty draper when the characters on there would always say only boring people get bored but that's not really true. I think when I find myself board it's usually because I am forced to do something I don't want to do and I can't engage with that thing. That's when boredom comes out for me so if I had my choice I just wouldn't engage in those activities that make me feel that way that don't allow me to be engaged but there's some scientific research out there that says boredom dome is really the spark of all creativity. You almost have to get to that place of boredom where you're not distracted. You're not engaged with anything else before you can actually create something very interesting. Testing should look that up I can in by I've also heard that your creative process will trigger triggers a lot of times like if you're a morning person it will trigger night if you're at like if you're personally gets lots of done at near nighttime than and sometimes right when you wake up you'll have your most creative thoughts because it's not when your mind is engaging in task completion which you can't have <hes> to have creative expression of thoughts that just come to absolute which has happened to me like I'm terrible the mooring hey waking up a lot of times I wake up. I'll be driving to work and I'll think of something created them but you know when I most engaged at night I can do a lot of stuff I can't I don't really ever think of that anything that creative while got a question for Y'all allies so boredom so outside of your wife and families what site show the most like that keeps you from being bored what would what would if you just send it to house on a week night other than just a family. What would what make laugh not so born? You're GonNa hate this answer but we both play a lot of smash brothers right now. So that takes up some brain power I think about I think about this podcast a lot honestly and some free time <hes> I think about exercising a lot exercising's. Sightings a a big thing for me <hes> what I'm going to eat the next day and it's not like a Olma Gosh. I hope I get the stake tomorrow. It's a what do I need to eat at the right time for the best performance so my mind's on that a lot I enjoy that type of thing. Get an answer to a bill. Yeah I mean I I like play play a lot of video games and then I'll I like when I'm doing absolutely nothing and my mind's clear. I think that's why I enjoyed away doing the most. I'm never bored. Then I just I can just lay outside in the grass and for ours and you literally think about nothing none I try. I try to think of nothing yeah. I will say that as meditation type stuff. I like that's healthy. He's The authority a few weeks ago a few weeks ago. Coke zero actually probably a few months ago the zero board that makes them the authority the few months ago. I talked about how we're GONNA do a short story on this bike. Remember that Joe Yeah. I remember that so I do. I didn't have it written. I didn't have it written at that time. Planned on writing it was the greatest moment when we were walking to the car and I'll say this really good Spenc- you have a short story and say hey Joe. I gotTa tell you I don't I don't say wh-what just says that convincing. I was on the but the but I was doing an activity to specs weekend that I didn't want to do didn't want to be at it. I had an hour of this activity. I don't want to be at in that time. I was able to kind of crack the story in my head I have like all the bullet points ready. Just got flesh it out. Let's GonNa come and that came from boredom. Innovation came from me being born in that moment 'cause I had no choice but to be creative boo. Does someone else was going to say something so joe. Bell looked like he had a point. He's like I don't want to talk. Maybe that's why I've always had my best comments on the fancy theatre group chat group check excuse. You have nothing to lose on that yet but I did before. No everyone knew me now. I'm out completely. I never post another thing hang on there. No I saw Zack's face. It was over the Mystique it into vice for listeners all of your friends don't ever meet them. Enjoy it really enjoy it so.

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"uragan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:20 min | 3 years ago

"uragan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Are on the doctor, your join us today, the author of commanding heights, the author of the quest in before that the definitive. Moment for so many of us in the oil crisis, his majesty Ariel the prize day. You're gonna I wanna talk about your underrated book, the quest. Everybody focuses you have to on campus folks. If you cool, you have to walk around with a copy of the prize, just so, you know, like you cool, the quest I remember reading it and going, this is just as good or better than the prize in through it. You know, the middle of the quest you go right to where we are right now, which is the shifting sands in the Persian Gulf in terms of securing the supply, let's begin with first principles. Dan, you're good. Do we need a ransom oil? We don't need a rancher oil, Iran's oil. It's been part of the world market. But what is pricing is how well the market has adjusted to this association, both of a rain oil and at and Venezuelan oil. You've always been a measured voice at the clearest memory of the hysteria of nine. One hundred hundred ten dollars a barrel. You're like, wait thing. You know, the economics will play out. You were always coming can you become now with what you've witnessed over the last two weeks? He's in the moves, and in the Persian Gulf, I come to re- part of the reason for reaction is I really do believe price actually matters people forget that price matters and that it affects how people make decisions and what happens in the market, I think that we are seeing a pattern of kind of call it sporadic escalation, a number of different things happen. It's not just in the Gulf. It's, it's drones missile attacks in Saudi Arabia. It's a rockets in Iraq into where American companies are operating. So I think this is a, a rising tension and, and really the Iranians, I think saying they're really feeling squeezed right now and they have many different mechanisms through which to respond. I think we're. Seeing some of them speak to Americans our listeners coast to coast, and frankly speak to the gentleman just on the street in our Washington studios at sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue when people suggest Iran is a threat. How do you respond? I think that Iran is a continue to develop its missile programs. The Revolutionary Guards has a program and talks about all the air of capitals that it's capturing. So I think there's a struggle for influence in power, and hegemony going on in the Middle East, and Iran is, is, is very much engaged in that at the heart of it right now, probably comes down to an Iranian Saudi struggle for preeminence. But on top of that, of course, is the ending of the or the backing away from the nuclear agreement and Iran is just exporting paltry number of barrels right now. As part of their response, and they're probably also looking down the road Hussein. Well, we've got about a year and a half to go until maybe there's a new president in the United States. We will go. That's right, where I wanted to go with the heritage of Daniel Uragans apprise, those moments in the price of vignettes of new people showing up in the Middle East, one of our things of Persia to show that some of us older lived, and then moving on from the shot is the separation of religion and culture in Iran from a fairly complex and successful economy. That was in Iran. How do you partition the people of Iran? The economy of Iran from the religious extreme in the religious leaders of Iran, I think the understanding is that you have a young generation that really wants to be part of a different world doesn't want to be part of this world. That was created in nineteen seventy nine with the position of the theocratic regime. But the instruments. Power are all in the hands of the theocracy, and they continue to wield them. And the economy, of course, is in pretty bad shape right now because of the sanctions, and even without the sanctions mismanagement of the economy corruption and everything like that. So Iran's economy is, is suffering one final question. If I could Dr yoga and that would be to hearken back to your exquisite effort, commanding heights. I kid you every year at Davos, that we need to see a second addition of that, I as possible, how did the commanding heights look right now from sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue? Well, I think that from the. The question about how much of the commanding heights does the person who's the top commander command and interpret, Iran, going brought, I believe the New York Times reports he canceled the mission while the planes were in the air. I stand corrected affirm wrong. Well, I think I thinking about in terms of the economy, which you've been talking relationship with the fed, but I think that, that he doesn't. I mean there there's obviously disagreement administration about what to do, and this is an uncertain territory where you don't know where it's gonna end and what are your goals at the end of the day? Your thank you so much. We have a new book coming out, can we? Well, I did send in a manuscript yesterday yesterday literally about three o'clock in the afternoon a hint. Well, some of these sips themes, we've just been talking leave it there. With a top secret manuscript. It's out there somewhere folks, and we await publication here, six months. Maybe when you're, you're gonna look for the movie commanding heights fourth of July at I max, we have that. As well. Let's look at oil with Dr Yergin oil was what on the edge of forty nine fifty one a barrel or up seven dollars from that glorious moment of a week ago. West Texas intermediate fifty seven forty four thirty eight cents today. Brent crude sixty remember that level sixty five twenty five below the commanding heights of one hundred ten dollars a barrel from New York from our studios in Washington. Stay with us. This is Bloomberg..

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"uragan" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"uragan" Discussed on ESPN FC

"I don't think we are at this point in the development of US soccer players in a position where we can play from the back regularly play between the lines doodles, things real trap, is not capable of doing. I don't care what he did for Columbus. We don't have the midfielder's now maybe Adams can come in and do that. I don't know. But the second part is the pack that Greg bear halter and US soccer fans, but more worryingly, Greg, or has forgotten about look at the way we see t. Teams who do not play with, like, appear little are some kind of brilliant passing mind. The middle of the pack they win their tackles look at you. Twenty s they press in key areas and you win the ball high up the field and you get to your smart players you're skillful players. That's what we need to do. That's what we're not seeing Christian role. Don will trap western McKinney Boyd Ariola, all those midfielders including Josse Saturdays. They could be taught to do that. Very, very quickly, the patterns of play and playing the kind of game Berhard or wants takes time. So the passing from the back takes lots of time timewise, it's the difference between painting, your kitchen and painting, Sistine Chapel the only way we're going to get to that place, where he want to be in the timeframe US, soccer fans are expecting is with the nineteen eighties montage. Thing. But with the pressing system, you look at Myrtle Pocchettino at Spurs. You look at Uragan Klopp, dealing with much better players grant you, but the pressing where we have a midfield, a forward line that high presses in certain areas and wins the ball back in tax. That's something that can be done quickly. So what is happening in the montage right now? I'm trying to envision. Right now, the start of the montage things are bad, like right now, we're seeing the clip of Stephens, bad pass. We're seeing the clip of Weston mckennie, just shutting down on the off the post second goal fair run in and he grabs McKinney by the lapels on points down the field to some squad player and he goes press, and they ruin and they squeeze in the press and they win the ball back. It goes into the net. Mckinney turns around he looks angry and then a smile creases across his face with this. Right. Then we cut to some intense training seen weightlifting all his weightlifting's important. Some sort of like running between cones. Does this end with some kind of like us hoisting the World Cup trophy?.

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"uragan" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"uragan" Discussed on Caught Offside

"I don't think we are at this point in the development of US soccer players in a position where we can play from the back regularly play between the lines doodles, things real trap, is not capable of doing. I don't care what he did for Columbus. We don't have the midfielder's now maybe Adams can come in and do that. I don't know. But the second part is the pack that Greg bear halter and US soccer fans, but more worryingly, Greg, or has forgotten about look at the way we see t. Teams who do not play with, like, appear little are some kind of brilliant passing mind. The middle of the pack they win their tackles look at you. Twenty s they press in key areas and you win the ball high up the field and you get to your smart players you're skillful players. That's what we need to do. That's what we're not seeing Christian role. Don will trap western McKinney Boyd Ariola, all those midfielders including Josse Saturdays. They could be taught to do that. Very, very quickly, the patterns of play and playing the kind of game Berhard or wants takes time. So the passing from the back takes lots of time timewise, it's the difference between painting, your kitchen and painting, Sistine Chapel the only way we're going to get to that place, where he want to be in the timeframe US, soccer fans are expecting is with the nineteen eighties montage. Thing. But with the pressing system, you look at Myrtle Pocchettino at Spurs. You look at Uragan Klopp, dealing with much better players grant you, but the pressing where we have a midfield, a forward line that high presses in certain areas and wins the ball back in tax. That's something that can be done quickly. So what is happening in the montage right now? I'm trying to envision. Right now, the start of the montage things are bad, like right now, we're seeing the clip of Stephens, bad pass. We're seeing the clip of Weston mckennie, just shutting down on the off the post second goal fair run in and he grabs McKinney by the lapels on points down the field to some squad player and he goes press, and they ruin and they squeeze in the press and they win the ball back. It goes into the net. Mckinney turns around he looks angry and then a smile creases across his face with this. Right. Then we cut to some intense training seen weightlifting all his weightlifting's important. Some sort of like running between cones. Does this end with some kind of like us hoisting the World Cup trophy?.

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"uragan" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"uragan" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Are you surprised that all that because like Liverpool are definitely a buying club now? But there is always that Real Madrid Barcelona tear that lowers players away. He is even the highest degree buying club in other leagues. Like I feel like I don't even hear Andy Robertson's name or Alexander Arnold's name or virtual Van Dyke. There are no, there's no hint of a rumor out there of rail, Madrid coming in with some crazy amount of money for one of these guys. I feel like I don't know. I feel like this, this club was just gonna continue forth with these great player and uncloth is very forthright in his interviews. He goes, he talks about the difference between Bush dormant and Liverpool say Rodgers era Liverpool. And he goes, oh, well, you know, Bush Dortmund we had one or two seasons where we were you know, right up there right up, there winning championships, and then everything was taken away from us. We're plugged and the same at Liverpool and Suarez. And then you he said that won't happen though. That's the position that Klopp is in where he's never been before, is that these players aren't going anywhere. And look, some of that is Klopp, and, and definitely atmosphere, that he's created there. And some of that is ownership like, they, they need to be getting for this American ownership group that didn't know maybe it's Hon about what they were getting themselves into when they took over Liverpool, and they and they had a few rough patches on, after two thousand ten they have righted this, and like, from the renovation of the stands there at Anfield and their willingness to pay guys like that. We'll talk about Tottenham in a sec, but that is always the fear with Spurs with Liverpool. I don't know. I feel like though they'll be competitive with other great clubs in Europe that they'll, they'll pay these guys. They soon snapped out of the idea of well, we'll get Ragnar klavan for. For three point five million, and we'll get carriers for five million and bears, your centreback Culver. And there's your goalkeeper for nothing. They soon got out of that idea that, that can work and that was interesting. I also think the appointment of Uragan top was so important for coaching. We saw with Liverpool and we see with Paci Tina was well, I must give him credit for that cushions important Andrew like you it, this solution on top said, sometimes you have to buy virgin Van Dyke analysis and other times you've got to get guys up to speed and make them better. And he's not. I think what Anderson, I think he's done it with their he talks about how he, he freed Miller's decision making no at thirty three so different to what it was at twenty eight or twenty seven when he was at Manchester City that's thought his coaching on not as brilliant, and that investments in Klopp is an investment in your players know. Yeah. It's a good way of putting. And then there's the other side of this with Tottenham. What a weird season for them. In the end you have to look at it Champions League final incredible and managing to do that, while still finishing top four. Amazing wall also navigating playing half your mo- half ninety five percent of your season in Wembley a place that Tottenham fans and players view is basically having played road games for the last couple of seasons. You know, they navigated a lot. But I say it was a strange season because good Lord. I mean, there were, there were moments of true frustration for them along the way, especially in the league mainly in the Champions League, too. But they, they always manage to battle their way out of those situations the thing for them. Can they get back to this point again, is what I keep thinking about in my head, and what other Spurs fans at the bar yesterday were asking about Ken Cantat them really do this again. Yeah. Yes. Who's to say that? They can't, of course they can. But. But, like how hard is it going to be for them to do it like, I just think about their road to have gotten here and.

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"uragan" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"uragan" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Are you surprised that all that because like Liverpool are definitely buying club now? But there is always that Real Madrid Barcelona tear that lowers players away. He is even the highest degree buying club in other leagues. Like I feel like I don't even hear Andy Robertson's name or Alexander Arnold's name or virtual Van Dyke. There are no, there's no hint of a rumor out there of rail, Madrid coming in with some crazy amount of money for one of these guys. I feel like I don't know. I feel like this, this club was just going to continue forth with these great player and uncloth is very forthright in his interviews. He goes, he talks about the difference between Bush dormant and Liverpool say Rodgers era Liverpool. And he goes, oh, well, you know, Bush Dortmund we had one or two seasons where we were you know, right up there right up, there winning championships, and then everything was taken away from us. We're plugged and the same at Liverpool and Suarez. And then you he said that won't happen though. That's the position that Klopp is in where he's never been before, is that these players aren't going anywhere. And look, some of that is Klopp, and, and definitely atmosphere, that he's created there. And some of that is ownership like, they, they need to be getting for this American ownership group that didn't know maybe it's Hon about what they were getting themselves into when they took over Liverpool, and they and they had a few rough patches, or on, after two thousand ten they have righted this, and like, from the renovation of the stands there at Anfield and their willingness to pay guys like that. We'll talk about Tottenham in a sec, but that is always the fear with Spurs with Liverpool. I don't know. I feel like they'll, they'll be competitive with other great clubs in Europe that they'll, they'll pay these guys. They soon snapped out of the idea of well, we'll get Ragnar klavan for. For three point five million, and we'll get carriers for five million and bears, your centreback Culver. And there's your goalkeeper for nothing. They soon got out of that idea that, that can work and that was interesting. I also think the appointment of Uragan top was so important for coaching. We saw with Liverpool, and we see with Tina was well, I must give him credit for that cushions important under, like you it, this solution on top said, sometimes you have to buy virgin Van Dyke analysis and other times you've got to get guys up to speed and make them better. And he's not. I think what Henderson. I think he's done it within their he talks about how he he freed Miller's decision making now at thirty three so different to what it was at twenty eight or twenty seven when he was at Manchester City that's thought his coaching on. That is brilliant, and that investments in Klopp is an investment in your players know yeah, it's a good way of putting. And then there's the other side of this with Tottenham. What a weird season for them in the. End you have to look at it Champions League final incredible and managing to do that, while still finishing top four. Amazing wall also navigating playing half your mo- half ninety five percent of your season in Wembley a place that Tottenham fans and players view is basically having played road games for the last couple of seasons. You know, they navigated a lot. But I say it was a strange season because good Lord. I mean, there were, there were moments of true frustration for them along the way, especially in the league mainly in the Champions League, too. But they, they always manage to battle their way out of those situations the thing for them. Can they get back to this point again, is what I keep thinking about in my head, and what other Spurs fans at the bar yesterday were asking about Ken Cantat in them really do this again. Yeah. Yes. Who's to say that? They can't, of course they can. But. But, like how hard is it going to be for them to do it like, I just think about their road to have gotten here and.

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"uragan" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"uragan" Discussed on ESPN FC

"As made him into this warrior on the field, and he comes over, and he picks him up this utility, man. This man for all seasons. This guy that can slot in at fullback that can starting center mid the compay anywhere for this team. And he picks him up a of credit like he he it was almost I thought he was going to whip him in his arms and do go full officer and a gentleman with just carry them off the field, but he was exhausted through the the empathy. That's created between manager Marino perfectly. You a lot of people roll. There is a lot of people roll their eyes about Klopp, the charisma the laugh, the hugs all that this team is fighting and dying. And it wasn't the first choice team will that's what makes it so amazing. And it's something that I I actually mentioned last week that I wanted to bring up again today because I said one thing for Liverpool is that you have a team of unsung heroes. When Sala is out when from you know is out. Income's evacuee who scores two goals? Like you said when Aldam not starting the game comes in as a sub at halftime scores. Two goals. Like if I told you before the game that Liverpool going four no with I mean, maybe say a Riga gets one. But like who's guessing that these are? Here's you think. Maybe Monica hat trick. Maybe Milner converts a penalty like this is for these two guys to step up in the way that they did it's it's a testament not just to them. But it's a testament like you said to your who he instills this in every member of the team. I'm watching when that game ended because the game was was riveting unto itself, but you couldn't turn it off because the scenes that Enfield afterwards really were truly memorable. And you're watching Uragan go from player to player. You know, you get players who are as meaningful to them as Allison and Mani and he's hugging them. And then he's going over to people that you, you don't know you don't even recognize people. And he's hugging them in the same way. And like you can tell every person on that club. Feels a sense of purpose. Of belonging. We in our interview with Bruce Grobbelaar, he talks about Liverpool. When I asked him. What is this feeling this? You know, these European nights? He says the thing about it is it is truly a family. And I don't know if that if there was a period of time when it went away. I don't mean for that to be an indictment on the managers who have been there in the year sense. Some of them are former Liverpool men this. But for whatever it is that went on in those past years your Klopp. If there is this family feeling around the club. He has brought it back. There is no question about it. And you see it on the faces of every one of those players after the game. No, I totally agree on them. It was really emotional. Because there's there's such a connection between the fines and the players that has somehow endured in modern era where the players don't live down the road from you. And they don't go to the buyer, and they don't go to the same shops as you. So you have to create something some kind of link with. Team and somehow Klopp has managed to do that and Klopp is very aware of this. Remember when they used to come on the field. Remember they had a draw last year against West Brom when they're fighting for top four ADR. Oh, and they they snatched a draw from from defeat regular season game. And they go down Klopp like Concon, and they clap the cop, and you're like, oh, my Godin burst. Like, it's West Brom Kamanga ice..

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"uragan" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"uragan" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"That makes me so happy. But I'm very glad you're back. Neither did notice mo-. I didn't. I dunno. If through I just didn't get to meet MO and so she felt like I was I'm assuming like it was hit said, yes. And like we were gonna meet with them and like dune interview and stuff flew all the way to England. So just like wondering if like you talk to you saw the cutout of him. I did see a cut of him. And I and while that was so cool on what I think would be cooler is is I go past. So you think soon and talk to the person. So you. As as style based on how how your interaction with Uragan went, right? That you should do that again with MO. Yeah. That's not even when I don't wanna do it at a press conference. I'd rather like I maybe have an interview. I mean, I think I proved like I can be professional of super professional when you try to steal the cut. I tried to. I didn't write as iota when you steal the jersey. I tried to again that was for. I was doing a pit. For. I was just making people laugh. It's my job. You see you're gonna made him laugh yet? Honestly that look that. He gave you. I don't know. If you saw what I put in slack. I took a screen grab of it. Find somebody who looks at you the way your Katy Hughes just glaring like looking at you glaring. But it's not I think he he was afraid of like where the okay she gonna go with this. As was I but it worked out is fine. As really good real stressful left is amazing teeth. He is he does I think him and Bobby of the same dentist. Bobby for me? And I just bear. The famous Italian pup dolls hot. What are those things called the ones with the big square heads like bobble head, but they don't bobble. You've got me. Bobby ideas? Really he's above. Those funny. Jay, thanks, those forty two. Okay. And I think we should fly through the rest of the stuff. We don't need to do. I don't think we're going to do any of these updates here. One updated. All right J. Listen, we're going to let you do your whiskey cavalier update. Deluca go. Hi, I'm Jay Wolfe with your whiskey cavalier update. Say hi, that's it..

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"uragan" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"uragan" Discussed on ESPN FC

"But yeah, Barcelona look back to themselves after the nil nil in France against Leone in the in the first leg, like, I said messy was brilliant. I thought Louis Suarez was great had not Megan the game. Did you see that? Oh, he's just he's he's run over the ball himself and allowed it to go through his legs and subsequently through the Leon defender behind him. And it was it was vicious. It was wrong that man has a wife and found he's gotta return base. Still are no soccer has has changed the way what we deem to be good football it changes periodically. But something about Barcelona when they are playing their style, and they are at their best. They're just so fun to watch the quick pass and quick movement messy doing his thing. They're still they still probably are my favorite team to what front three of messy, Suarez and continual. And behind them than Bush gets racketeering. And then further back PK Geordie album, the left hand side is well, that's some that's a nice spying of really talented players out agree Barcelona. Now, they extend their home unbeaten run in the Champions League. And it is actually now they were tied for the longest streak at twenty nine straight home games on beaten. Now, they are alone atop that list with thirty straight unbeaten at home in the Champions League. That is really impressive. Not shocking. I guess I would say, but it's quite something. It is and last, but not least Manchester City and Schulkin seven nil on the night. She dear God and tend to overall I will have more on this little bit later in the show, but we can still talk about it. Now, I was curious yours fan related. No, right. You saw shall compares go down to the fans at the end of the cop off. Do you know what it's interesting? They basically so Prentice who hasn't seen it. The shock players, the usual, you know, clap of the head, but they went right down to the fans as German teams tend to do and it reminded me of the last days of believe Uragan Klopp. Remember Dortmund went through this crazy season where like six or seven. I remember the players pleading with the fans to tonight Vick with a Matt's was much homeless was still at the company got up the fence, and he's like having a conversation with the guys of the yellow wall. And I just thought that kind of accountability was really really endearing to me. And I don't see it in England anymore. And I don't see it in in span even. Not amongst the big clubs on the same thing half, which Salga, but there was no dialogue. There was just angry. People who'd spent a ton of money to come to Manchester to watch the game all the way from Germany on their faces. There was one guy was just like us. You just staring back fairness to the players. They took it. Now. It got thrown back to the studio. Kate Abdul was of like mind with may. She said I actually liked that. I liked that level of accountability. Stu holden. Agreed. Tim Howard, did not you. He said you paid to see the game. You did not pay to win. I get his point. But to the for eight on that. I don't I lies strange tack to take look the players the players put in dire performance. They are putting in dire performances in the Bundesliga. Well, that is the only in a weird way. That is like the only thing that I would say shall is defense. Like, okay, you shouldn't be losing seven nil. By the way, that's the only defense associate which shouldn't be losing seven nil. Don't care who you're playing in. You are in the Champions League. But you're not a Champions League club their fourteenth in the in the German league right now and just points above the drop zone. Dominico tedesco. I don't know what he does with that team. Tell you what he did do which was kind fair. A Weston mckennie was again jettisoned into play. Mission that I'm not sure he would like to fulfill his he's fast becoming the John shea of the US men's national team. I remember John O'Shea on any given day could be the center back or the striker..

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"uragan" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"uragan" Discussed on Caught Offside

"But yeah. Barcelona look back themselves after the nil nil in France against Leon in the in the first leg, like, I said messy was brilliant. I thought Louis Suarez was great had not Megan the game. Did you see that? Oh, he's just he's he's run over the ball himself and allowed it to go through his legs and subsequently through the Leon defender behind him. And it was it was vicious. It was wrong that man has a wife and family. He's got a return base. Still are no. Soccer has has changed the way what we deem to be good football it changes periodically. But something about Barcelona when they are playing their style, and they are at their best. They're just so fun to watch the quick passing quick movement messy doing his thing. They're they're still. They still probably are my favorite team to watch from three of messy, Suarez and continual and behind them than Bush gets racketeering. And then further back PK. Geordie album, the left hand side is well, that's some that's a nice spying of of really talented players would agree Barcelona. Now, they extend their home unbeaten run in the Champions League. And it is actually now they were tied for the longest streak at twenty nine straight home games, unbeaten now, they are alone atop that list with thirty straight unbeaten at home in the Champions League. That is really impressive. Not shocking. I guess I would say, but it's quite something. It is. And then last, but not least Manchester City and key seven nil on the night. She dear God and tend to overall I will have more on this a little bit later in the show, but we can still talk about it. Now, I was curious yours fan related. No. You saw the show compares go down to the fans at the end of the cop off. Do you know what it's interesting? They basically anyone who hasn't seen it. The shock players, the usual, you know, clap above the head, but they went right down to the fans as German teams tend to do and it reminded me of the last days of believe Uragan Klopp. Remember Dortmund went through this crazy season where there were like six or seven. I remember the players pleading with the fans to tonight Vick with a Matt's was much homeless still at the company got up on the fence. And he's like having a conversation with the guys of the yellow wall. And I just thought that kind of accountability was really really endearing to me. And I don't see it in England anymore. And I don't see it in in span even. Not amongst the big clubs on the same thing half, which Salga, but there was no dialogue. There was just angry. People who'd spent a ton of money to come to Manchester to watch the game all the way from Germany on their faces. There was one guy was just like you just staring back fairness to the players. They took it. Now. It got thrown back to the studio. Kate Abdul was of like mind with me. She said I actually liked that. I liked that level of accountability. Stu holden. Agreed. Tim Howard, did not you. He said you paid to see the game. You did not pay to win. I get his point. But to the for eight on that I don't I strange tack to take look the players the players put in dire performance. They are putting in dire performances in the Bundesliga. Well, that is the only in a weird way. That is like the only thing that I would say in shell is defense. Like, okay, you shouldn't be losing seven nil. By the way, that's the only defense associate which I shouldn't be losing seven nil. Don't care who you're playing in. You are in the Champions League. But you're not a Champions League club their fourteenth in the in the German league right now and just points above the drop zone. Dominico tedesco. I don't know what he does with that team. Tell you what he did do which was kind fair. A Weston mckennie was again jettisoned into play pool. That I'm not sure he would like to fulfill his he's fast becoming the John O'Shea of the US men's national team. I remember John O'Shea on any given day could be the center back or the striker..

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"uragan" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"uragan" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Oh, that's the second game in which they could easily have lost their goal that they scored like there's no way around it. They're they're lucky to have been given it. It was clearly an offsite. And I it's about as offside as I've seen a player this season in a goal that was allow anything say for the linesman was it was a slightly unusual off site in the sense. The linesmen is usually looking across the line and the off off-site occurs further away from him. This was right under his nose. It's does a little bit of a circle little turn. But it's also why this comment from your Klopp. Just kinda bothered me. I hurt me was off side produce sure the revenue that then in a second office. Well, because then I don't I don't know if you had fifty fifty to sixty four TV always freaking for the other teams hot made life, not easy. But at the end, I not a game which you will win high. And so it become making out seconds ago. And it was brilliant. But we didn't. And so it's a point. And I think it's a fair point. That's what he's saying. He's right about what he's saying. In terms of if a referee knows there's an egregious mistake being made against one team that his his official his set of officials their team's fault in doing that it weighs on them. And they genuinely it's a human reaction. It's like if Debra comes in sorry. Deborah the receptionist in the morning in our fictitious office. Caught us I towers. You're just wrapped up in a phone call from your wife. Deborah says oh, hi, Andrew good morning, and you walk by and you don't really acknowledge your property. The next time you see Deborah when you realize what you've done Debra. How are you? How's Billy house the kids? We're gonna have a cookout at the weekend. You're going to overdo it understand the nature of a makeup. Call. Right. Exactly. And any carried that with them? But for urine copped it. Not to mention it is stupid. That's there was no incident. Liberal sound. Like, there was a navigation one if he'd said about the LeicesteR game, we're not became goes flying in and it should have been a penalty. Fine. The wasn't that incident. Right. Like is there some role in the managerial handbook that says you must criticize -ficiating after every match. You're right. Maybe there was some sort of makeup. Call sentiment in the second half. But it was like, but Uragan let's way the to hear. All right. You were unjustly awarded a goal in a one one game. Right. And almost the winner. Yes. He's Kariya was off side again by a mile don't mention it. But by the way, the pettiness got even worse on the West Ham. So I just think like this is like if we're gonna talk about officiating decisions, gone wrong. Maybe sit this one out you're going like, this might be a match where we can kind of let it slide. Because like I said you were given a goal in a one one draw. What was the rest of the league what we're Spurs fans amid city fans, you know, thinking as they want that goal. Be allowed to have Hella Greenies riposte was to bring a Dartmouth v mala game from twenty twelve. Twenty thirteen when they were both at different clubs where site when you're away as wet God these guys and their memories and their bitterness that they just hold onto him. I really running that. It wasn't an issue. It was there was no refereeing. Call in the second half. That meant Liverpool. Didn't get all three points if anything might life stop several times, particularly when Mark noble volley dot shot over the top which could easily gone into the top corner. I had a sliding doors just kind of freeze frame moment on the deck and Royce header if that goes in I don't actually see liberal scoring because they were poor. Yeah. You could be right and JJ how many times I this is broken record stuff the way West Ham scored their goal. Like, I've said it before and continue to say it every time I watch these things happen. Why don't those moves happen? More on why enter more more taught full free kicks instead of floatin it in or go back. Oh blocked by though that one goes. Into rosette as you like. Just try that at least once a man for some of these positions, and like at least like on housing you always score..

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"uragan" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"uragan" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Oh, that's the second game in which they could easily have lost their goal that they scored like there's no way around it. They're they're lucky to have been given it. It was clearly an offsite. And I it's about as offside as I've seen a player this season in a goal that was allow anything say for the linesman was it was a slightly unusual off site in the sense. The linesmen is usually looking across the line and the off off-site occurs further away from him. This was right under his nose. It's does a little bit of a circle little turn. But it's also why this comment from your Klopp. Just kinda bothered me. I hurt me was off side produce sure the revenue that then in a second office. Well, because then I don't I don't know if you had fifty fifty to sixty four TV always freaking for the other teams hot made life, not easy. But at the end, I not a game which you will win high. And so it become making out seconds ago. And it was brilliant. But we didn't. And so it's a point. And I think it's a fair point. That's what he's saying. He's right about what he's saying. In terms of if a referee knows there's an egregious mistake being made against one team that his his official his set of officials their team's fault in doing that it weighs on them. And they genuinely it's a human reaction. It's like if Debra comes in sorry. Deborah the receptionist in the morning in our fictitious office. Caught us I towers. You're just wrapped up in a phone call from your wife. Deborah says oh, hi, Andrew good morning, and you walk by and you don't really acknowledge your property. The next time you see Deborah when you realize what you've done Debra. How are you? How's Billy house the kids? We're gonna have a cookout at the weekend. You're going to overdo it understand the nature of a makeup. Call. Right. Exactly. And any carried that with them? But for urine copped it. Not to mention it is stupid. That's there was no incident. Liberal sound. Like, there was a navigation one if he'd said about the LeicesteR game, we're not became goes flying in and it should have been a penalty. Fine. The wasn't that incident. Right. Like is there some role in the managerial handbook that says you must criticize -ficiating after every match. You're right. Maybe there was some sort of makeup. Call sentiment in the second half. But it was like, but Uragan let's way the to hear. All right. You were unjustly awarded a goal in a one one game. Right. And almost the winner. Yes. He's Kariya was off side again by a mile don't mention it. But by the way, the pettiness got even worse on the West Ham. So I just think like this is like if we're gonna talk about officiating decisions, gone wrong. Maybe sit this one out you're going like, this might be a match where we can kind of let it slide. Because like I said you were given a goal in a one one draw. What was the rest of the league what we're Spurs fans amid city fans, you know, thinking as they want that goal. Be allowed to have Hella Greenies riposte was to bring a Dartmouth v mala game from twenty twelve. Twenty thirteen when they were both at different clubs where site when you're away as wet God these guys and their memories and their bitterness that they just hold onto him. I really running that. It wasn't an issue. It was there was no refereeing. Call in the second half. That meant Liverpool. Didn't get all three points if anything might life stop several times, particularly when Mark noble volley dot shot over the top which could easily gone into the top corner. I had a sliding doors just kind of freeze frame moment on the deck and Royce header if that goes in I don't actually see liberal scoring because they were poor. Yeah. You could be right and JJ how many times I this is broken record stuff the way West Ham scored their goal. Like, I've said it before and continue to say it every time I watch these things happen. Why don't those moves happen? More on why enter more more taught full free kicks instead of floatin it in or go back. Oh blocked by though that one goes. Into rosette as you like. Just try that at least once a man for some of these positions, and like at least like on housing you always score..

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"uragan" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"uragan" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"Memes on our Facebook page and people like this is the most biased page like dude, I'm going to talk shit when Arsenal's bad, and that's even my team. I put a shitty things about my team when marina was going through of the United posted bad things about Man United. We have a Man United support Morton's posted how much like it's all banter. So that's all it is some people really like like Liverpool because they're Scousers. I mean from the north that's also fine. But you're in club. Let me just say. Okay. All right finish off. Okay. Okay. Angry old man here. Look Nobis fucking jealous of urine Klopp or Liverpool. Jealousy is not. I do not want Manchester. United to be like Liverpool. I don't think Manchester City wants to be like Liverpool just the same as ours. No, Chelsea and taunt him. And it's not jealousy mate. You. You guys lost a Champions League final. And that was the crowning achievement of Liverpool in the past ten years. So it's not jealous. Let me just put that out there. The Vakhin shit talk is ninety percent banter, and then the assholes like me and Manchester United fans who just can't fucking close their mouths for longer than ten seconds. So if we see you doing good is not because we're jealous. It's because we hate you. And we just want to be better than you. It's not jealousy though. Because but Klopp look brilliant Titian his one hundred percent Ben a great manager for Liverpool. But I'm sorry. The closest person who got Manchester. I'm sorry. Not mentioned I'm getting join to fuck me Liverpool to a title was not your clock. Merinos said it best your club is a serial runner up. Rafa Benitez in my opin. Nyon was the better coach and had the better squad taking out a better rhythm, then Klopp does. And that's just my opinion. And the Liverpool hate is genuinely for no reason people just like rooting against people who haven't won in a while. Like, everybody loves ruin and talking shit about the Browns. Nobody's jealous of the Browns. So people are just assholes and you have to live with Astles. And I think that's sums it up. I think Brendan Rodgers probably came the closest in the past couple of years, obviously with the whole, you know, thing with the slip. Yeah. That's true. I think Brendan Rafa are more regaled it or should be more rebound. In the Liverpool halls Brennan Rogers came within two points of winning the Tato Rafa Benitez had in my opinion. One of the best comebacks in the history of any soccer in the world, and is stem bull and one at Champions League for Liverpool. And I just I don't get why people questioned the hate of your Klopp. Well, I I love your gin just just to let everyone know, I'm big Uragan supporter. But I've you know, I was texting Martin off the air off the pod and saying I'm starting to get a little boy because I want to love this guy. But he's given me reason not to and you know, he's still in the lead. He plays fantastic football. He's quelled a lot of defensive errors. And when reports on one they I could say they are the best team in Europe when they're on one. But but I will say he's been annoying me lately. So just keep that keep in your back your heads. Okay. Next question's comes from our Instagram..

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"uragan" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"uragan" Discussed on KTRH

"Our top story. Addressing the nation this afternoon. President Trump calls on congressional Democrats to work with his administration and Republicans to end the twenty nine day partial government shutdown. This is a common sense compromise. Mize's both parties should embrace the radical left can never control our borders. I will never let it happen. Walls are not immoral. In fact, they are the opposite of immoral because they will save many lives and stop drugs from pouring into our country. President Trump saying he will extend protection for dreamers in exchange for five point seven billion dollars to build the wall. Democrats say similar offers have already been rejected in local news. According to the Houston fire department, a man sleeping in his mobile home. When it caught fire last night was able to escape with only smoke inhalation and some singed hair. There was extensive damage to the mobile home in the furnace department's arson. Investigators are looking for the cause there was a shootout in east Houston at about one this morning that lays three would be home invaders dead and one wounded the homeowner discovered the four men of his house and. Opened fire getting off dozens of Shah it's marathon weekend in Houston. Five K was run this morning in the full Mira Thon is tomorrow, beware. They're going to be a lot of road closures that include downtown midtown areas. West and south of the city through memorial, chimney, rock and Rice University areas. President Trump is meeting with families of four of America's fallen heroes at Dover air force base today. The forum Uragans were killed in an explosion Wednesday in Syria, including a green beret, a former navy seal and to language specialists..

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"uragan" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"uragan" Discussed on ESPN FC

"And I realized this guy knows a hell of a lot more than I do. This guy's got a hell of a lot more said that to maybe clear the air on that discussion. I it just no matter when I took it to a negative out CEO was took it to a positive out. And there was one point where I was an active player at Santos and Mexican Sigi wanted to bring me on the Seattle. Sounders. And we had a very good talk. And I realized that this is not a coach this is an actual person. And we're talking about actual things than when I let that spider and that negativity go, I started realizing just how good of a person he was and when Toronto and the eleventh hour left me without pretty much team. And I would have been forced to retire. Right. Then and there because of these MLS roster rules the only team to reach out where the Seattle Sounders and Sigi Schmid, and you hear one hundred Moreno talk a lot about his guys. I never considered myself when guys but those talks at one hundred Moreno hat. We'll talk about how he would ask you how the team was. He would ask you things going in. You heard the eulogies. There was a there's about eight speeches of people through CDs life from UCLA, and you'd see the width and breadth of people that he affected, and it went all the way until you're Klinsmann who I I wasn't aware. Zeki Schmidt reached out to twenty five years ago. When he first came to the United States and. Galvanized that relationship which they became really good friends into here. How impactful look what you're at these. You're at these services. There's no one's who say anything disparaging. No the person who died, but I've never been more than like to mention a funeral. But I've never heard such a comprehensive love and energy overwhelming is is is the word, and you touched on just a second finish. It's at that moment. I realized like this is a man who who cares. This is a man who's putting himself out there and changing lives. I was at juvenile with with a point to prove in. Act acted juvenile, and and I always appreciated the the love support and the opportunity he extended not only by giving my first minutes to Major League Soccer. But at the end of my career more than anything the opportunity to get my family, and I and valid and then Sigi were were very good people to us. And it all just kind of came together and to see the amount of people that just love ciggie, and he what he would do to for these people. I it really all kind of tied it together at the end. It was a celebration. And you know, there's a lot of smiles. And there was a lot of great conversations. But you know, as I was driving back. It really hit you that we need people like that. And he's not there anymore because of the comprehensive impact he has on people and his story that I tweeted went went. I heard the news about Ziggy that when he was fired in two thousand two at the galaxy. And at that point, you just got fired. He's wanted right cut the cord goodbye. He calls me. And all the other media that covered it and said, hey, guys. It's wondering invite you to restaurant the pine village. German restaurant. He bought us launch. And just said thank you for covering it. I really appreciate all the work. I'm like what you we didn't work for you. We covered you and the list goes on and on people just remember everyone's name, you members everyone's significant others those little things, it's just I think what I wear. It's like nurture these relationships nurture the relationships you have with everyone because it's worth it. And you see the impression to make that absolutely really quickly. Just really funny part of Uragans speech, which is very heartfelt. And you get a chance to stream it, please do our colleague Alan hundred Moreno's eulogy was very heartfelt, very honest. Very funny at a moment when the room the needed a little bit of light heavyweight. Yeah. But you're again, my favorite part of the night when he's talking about how he's lean on Sigi because he didn't know the US landscape, and he's like..

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