19 Burst results for "Vasi"
"vasi" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"I might as part of a couple of times in grade one company, if the ground was good, he's probably wanted the normal decent price for Williams as well. So he probably overlooked in the market because he'd be beaten on the last three starts twice, but in 1912, but that's not to say you can't rule well. You probably closed the gap on decent ground as well. Yeah, I'm glad you mentioned him because they thought he'd win the Martin pipe last year. It didn't happen. They thought he'd win the Galway hurdle. He was desperately unlucky. And I've been impressed with him over fences. There's nothing wrong. We're finishing second to Jerry colon, who I think is going to win the brown advisory and there's nothing wrong with the last day either. For forecast purposes and exotic purposes, he's definitely a player. And the 20s is long gone, so that Kelly warrior elite hump adamantly chosen bet that also has appreciated for the wrong race and sir Garrett for the wrong race. Maybe a little bit of life, but exotic purposes only each way only. I think it's on the current going, it's between muddy Potter, band bridge, and appreciate it. If it's soft ground, it's mighty Potter and appreciate it. In my opinion. Mayor chase. Yes, we're talking about novice chases, but there's a couple of novices in this race as well. And it's a fascinating renewal. Of the race. So the best thing currently with beta, as we record, sees allegory de vasi. 6 to four. As the best price that you can get, she's a general 11 to 8 chart, and she's only going in one direction, and that is shorter. Impervious for Colin Murphy, another one who is an expensive acquisition by JP McManus as he assembles a really strong cheltenham team, Colin Murphy's only got one entry for cheltenham and it is this mayor, she is 7 to four with bed duck. Govern crumbles, Jeremy's flame is a 5 to one shot, magic days for Henry bromhead tens. Would have this option as well. It sounds like they're going to go brand advisory, but maybe the skeletons would choose to go here instead. And you can get 14s with bet Doc as we record about her. Your thoughts on the mayor's chase, the second last race of cheltenham 2023 poll. I think the fact that last year's winner Ellie may is what double figure price. Tells you you'll see second in the first when you did the year before as well. So I think that tells you the quality of this year's field. Germany's fleeing is probably solid one if you don't want to get involved with one of the two novices who top the market and move on to them short legal. I thought you were hunting down the day Jeremy's flame on youth absolutely bolted up. She was pretty impressive on decent ground and beat a fair yard sticking down Bella. It was room well and tweed skirt with novice as well. Bella is obviously grown well in this race before. Finish for the last year. I was in good form of monetary starts and Jeremy's flame traveled all over, so Kevin Cromwell's obviously enjoying a really good time of late, so if you want to decide with experience over potential she will be the way to go again, I think, even though she's won on software and thinks she's. A whole lot of decent service, both goods and software and it's probably quick enough I hold and teach you travel really well traveled all over. Sam Bella, so if you say if you look into a pose, you can experience pairing, she definitely be won, but again, she's not the one who the market's causal for this year is around. To one ten to one, not so long ago. And I think so through these might well have availed themselves to the fact that she will be the way option if experience captures the two novices out. So it's not surprised and really to see a carbon price in recent days and weeks. What do you make of the top two? Allegory diversity and impervious. Who do you favor? I think that natural talent, I think she's probably not far off or any of the horses we've spoken about throughout the whole show. To be honest, I think she'd have been to be well up to taking a chance and it's a fact I think impervious could have easily been given the Turner's entry to be honest on the back of the boys would be journey, which he was given journey with me a pound when she'd eaten because she was penalized in that race of punches. Which changes its name every year but I've been a good guard here and has been recent years. And while carefully selected in the recent years, but edge opens good. One thing I'd say is maybe a she's quite quick. Just whether if this became a really strong, we're all nice on one. I think again, we're not going to be the biggest field, but. Maybe have a quite a slight question mark of ultra stamina. An extended two and a half. She seems to improve for the self open trip to three and a half. We'll just handle a safe. I'll just have that on my mind. And she is quite a pacey man for two and a half. So a bit that I mind, obviously, better ground. Maybe
"vasi" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Good. And I think there might be a small law in allegory diversity. Look, she's very good jumper. But I just have this feeling and she do something weird at all is there at the first fence and second fancy and it came down. And she looked to me like she could be, she's a little bit French for me the way she jumps. So I probably stick Yeah, a little bit like that. I think yeah, I think there's not nearly the one bad jumpers all the time. So I probably secret impervious on this occasion. I told you to be very good in campaign very well and look, Carla Murphy, we all know what he can do at fantastic trainer and very near some great winners of and trainer of some great mayors feathered lady vulnerable deaths. She knows what to do. And I suppose I'm going to go with Jeremy's flame here for third. I think she could run on into our Gavin's heart as running great, I'll see, and she's, you know, we know what she's read, of a 167. She's got she's back in great form now. She has some great form in the past. And I think, you know, she should be written for a place and I think she'll run into a place Jeremy's playing. And I say she's a big enough price even I can't see much else getting into this. I see revere to tell us in there and she's common in very fresh, she's a very good valuable. She jumps to the right, obviously the last DA order she ran in Carolina and she was well beaten shorts behind the Bella. She just hasn't been right. Our teams and obviously gardiner and his team will have got behind her and got her started. And I did see her school around various phenomenon and she looked magnificent to have to say, and she goes very well fresh, but she has an awful habit of jumping to the race. I can see why that's going to stop here. And if she jumps to the right her own chat room, she's just not going to win. And that's the simple fact. She jumped right there last year. Her jumping to the right has been extraordinary poor. And so she wouldn't be for me, even though it would have a soft spot for she would be for me. So yeah, it'll be impervious to win alligator vasi to be second and Jeremy's favorite to be termed. Yeah, I'm a big fan of review to tell as well and have actor in the article last year. If she jumps at cheltenham like she did in the arco, she'll end up on the bond at the ambulance. So just a straight cross through her, but I'm glad to hear that she's in good form and fresh because she looks and I'd love to see, I'd love to see her go well and especially for all the more, but in fairness, even if she only jumps slightly right. She still hasn't lived a disadvantage here, you know? And. The mayor's
"vasi" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"And our virologists dream goal as Chris Wood scores for forest in the 84th minute to snatch a point on the banks of the river Trent, city had gone ahead Vera barnardo blast and had countless chances to put the game away, but they just couldn't convert even erling harland looked mortal, roger. But in the end, city slipped two points behind arsenal arsenal have a game in hand, Steve Cooper's forest, meanwhile, are unbeaten in 8 at home. They're up to 13th in the table. City, we kind of rewind the vibe going into this one after smoking arsenal midweek, city fell like they were surging unstoppable. I read an article this week about invisible asteroids that could strike earth at any minute caps in the headline. When did I read it? No, why? Why did I read it? Yeah. I think when the end of days happens, I like to be prepared. How do you prepare for that? What? For the invisible asteroid. Just looking for invisible as to be a lot of time. Looking out there. Never never stop watching guarding the universe against those invisible Australians. You're looking for them. One a out there. Don't worry dear listeners. I got you. He says, when it comes to invisible asteroids, I will, I will be the Brad guzan, but protect you against all of his illustrious have no fear. But city, honestly, going to this one felt more threatening, more menacing, more unstoppable, even than those aforementioned. Invisible asteroids, Dave out, and forests. Remember, the reverse fixture for us had been obliterated 6 zero Holland hat trick within 60 minutes. This felt like it was going to be an absolute obliteration part too, and the atmosphere began into it though in Nottingham need to be acknowledged was magnificent magical forest fans have turned the city ground into a stealth fortress. I think I'm being at home since September and they've been waiting for days like this for 23 long years of exile. And they did not waste a minute opening from the top, but remembering their legendary team had won the Champions League predecessor, the European Cup twice, 1979, 1980 glorious days, and they threw them in the face of the city fans, champions of Europe, you'll never sing that, which credit the man city fans. Came back with champions of Europe, you weren't even born and my lord Forrest fans in a moment of just freestyling football chants, chanted back, champions of Europe, you won't be alive, David, that is some deep cut chanting, blending history with and a keen sense of the football judicial system. Yeah, and a keen sense of the invisible asteroids that are going to be blazing down upon northern England, which will take out Manchester City, I'm sure. Oh, my God. And the forest bat line. By the way, dillas is a bit you've not stopped thinking about the invisible asteroid. They're so annoying. What have you heard about them? What's the point? We're not even going to make it to the end of the season. Anyway, here we go. Let's keep on going. What a great way to go though. If you think about it, to be hit by an invisible asteroid. If you're going to take your pick of ways to go, would invisible asteroid being essentially smited by one, would that not be the best way. If you're necessarily thinking, please write to us an exciting why it's actually so much more of a fiery hell than I imagined. Must be pretty good way to go, though, no. I imagine it would be quite fast, but maybe not. Maybe the dinosaurs went out slowly. When the asteroid. Although, was that invisible? I don't think that was an invisible asteroid. One minute you just walk in along wondering if, you know, Cody and tarkovsky can stay fit for the and then you just boom gone. Just hit. Take it in, I don't think my life could get any better than that. What does it say for tree false and a forest? Like, that's the problem is that no one will ever know what happened. No one will ever know that arsenal will top of the table. To the who will ever know. It'll be forgotten. That'll be amazing. 5 minutes left in the season. Arteta's arsenal about two ends. Several decades and then the invisible asteroids are just hit everybody. It can only happen to us. Please, yeah, please, please spare Peter drury so that he can poetically commentate on the invisible asteroids. Will he now what just happened? Or will it just look like everything just happened? You know drew is going to be prepared for that. Yeah. I'm sure he's got a written. As if visible yet invisible. Never defeated the invisible. By the way, I'm interviewing him on Thursday with your question. He's going to ask him about the invisible one. Christian one. The question everyone in football talking about. Are you prepared for an invisible astronaut? On the final day of the season. I didn't just pull out a little card that he carried with him to games of the masters. He has always had it. Never had to use it. Yep. Ready for everything. Be prepared. God, that forest but line was prepared. Played with some verve. As their fans chanted, they played with the same kind of passion, sat deep disciplined, rude, with the big saving kaylor navas, just resisting everything, 84% possession for city in that first half, but held at arms length largely relegated to thrashing shots from long range, which is a fine strategy for forest until one goes in, and on the stroke a half time from a corner, grill swooped on the ball on the edge of the arrow, rolled it into a crevice for Bernard. And he's just smacked it so cleanly. Through traffic, could have killed my vasi hit it so hard. He hit it really hard. We don't get enough data on this. Was that the hardest shot? Was that the highest velocity shot in the Premier League this season? What was the highest velocity shot in the Premier League this season that actually went in? I thought he absolutely smacked it. Could have killed him. First goal in 28 for silver and you expected city, ruthless city, hungry city to just press on and finish that game off could have been should have been two or three nil best chance fell on 66 minutes, two peps, angel of vengeance, erling hall and charting on some food and created slot close range, but thrashed it off the goalkeeper and when navas stranded their blasted the rebound high and why glitch in the code, David. Yeah, no, it was a remarkable move. The city had so many chances. They were so dominant in this game and just somehow somehow managed to not score. Yes, navas sacrificed this politics to keep his team closed city, had three times as many passes, 23 shots until the 8th minute, forest had an XG of 0.14, but they made their first and only shot and goal they made it matter. Manchester City, they were appended by it. The narrative of our title race was upended by this game, totally totally transformed the breakdown the right, the incredibly potent Morgan Gibbs white. We don't talk enough about him, rolled the ball to Chris Wood for pace, finished it from the 6 year old box's first for forest and became an instant arsenal legend in the process, all of this down to Steve Cooper's planet should be said. He wanted to keep the game close. He wanted to seize the half chance he knew his team would have. He said it post match. He said, you're playing an incredible team for me, the best team in the world at domestic level, you have to sacrifice the ideals to try and get something out of the game. And that his team did that is huge credit to him. They were immense. Honestly, Steve Cooper has turned forest in the course of 23 games from a Patsy mark for instant relegation into a clench fist who are trademark, hard to beat, but city David. Narrative now flips, right? In the blink of an eye from ruthless, hungry, circle wagons inevitable march to victory to, wow, they are inconsistent. They are mortal
"vasi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On the crypto mayhem, JPMorgan stashes say that crypto deleverage include now take some weeks. This as they see a cascade of margin calls likely underway at the moment and they expect a Bitcoin floor around 13,000. Remember Bitcoin hit a fresh low for the year $15,574 earlier, now Bitcoin knows actually up by about close to 6% trading at 16,636 Solana ether also dragged lower, although ether climbing once more. This all as the crypto contagion concerns did weigh on the S&P 500 yesterday, U.S. indexes closed down about 2% or more, also though one of the key stocks Disney closing 13% lower the biggest one day drop since 2001 after the Disney earnings sort of futures though our a little bit more positive because the NASDAQ futures are up by four tenths of 1% S&P 500 in the futures up two tenths of 1%. Elsewhere though, the sell off continues in Asia. You have the hang seng down by 1.8% U.S. stocks 50 futures also dropping 7 tenths of 1% and a sell off across China, Australia and Japan today. We're watching out for the crucial U.S. inflation figures. It looks as if there could be something in there both for dove's and for hawks, how much stronger does it make the case for another big rate rise next month, the debate will continue with more fed speakers today as for U.S. yields trading a full sport zero 8, so down by basis point on the ten year treasury yield and blue McDonald's spot index jobs two tenths of 1%. That is your Bloomberg radio business flash is the anger and with our top stories cornelia. Caroline, good morning and thank you crypto markets have been left reeling after binance abandoned a bailout deal to save rival FTX, investors were told yesterday without a $4 billion cash injection, the company would need to file for bankruptcy, sources say the U.S. Justice Department is looking into the turmoil surrounding FTX and its liquidity crisis. Now Parisians and Londoners will face similar chaos trying to get to work today as public transport workers go on strike over the rising cost of living, transport operator says travel will be completely interrupted on 5 metro lines out of 16, with disruptions on most other lines, while transport for London is advising people to avoid the tubes after talks with unions overpaid did break down, and Sotheby's is offering the rare Kelly handbag in a private sale expecting to fetch over $500,000. The back made this year is a white crocodile Himalaya with 18,000 white gold hardware, its clasp and lock attached are studded with 258 diamonds. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries, I'm leann gerrans, this is Bloomberg, Stephen. Leon and what do you want for Christmas is? My two front teeth. Obviously not. I really would love this white Himalayan crocodile handbag, but it's made out of Nile crocodile. I've been having a look at so crocodiles from the Nile. But something else. Some people very happy. That's what I keep saying. Yeah, they normally aren't quite heavy, actually, the handbags, especially if you like load it up and you are dragging it up as a passion symbol. But some say a bag is now better investment than gold all the stock market, and this has exclusively led to a real thriving resale market. Now these particular bags are so rare, very, very few have been made, and that is why people are offering them up for half a $1 million. I mean, we have to have quite a long chat with the guys on the team about the handbag business. But look, it's the kind of withholding the rarity factor half a million bucks. It's unbelievable. I suppose the watchers are quite similar at the luxury end. Yes, no, they definitely aren't. Watchers do normally hold their value too, but seems that handbags have become something that loads of people are looking at as a luxury item now because I know that I love keeping across all the celebrities. You know, fashion trends. And I always see Melania Trump and definitely the jenners Kylie Jenner always has a Melania's handbag isn't worth a fraction of the one that you're talking about. It was like $30,000. This one's half a million. 30,000 is still quite a lot Caroline. But half a million yards required. Yeah, definitely. I feel like that's a bag that belongs in a museum. I just love one piece of pile of wisdom out of the Bloomberg piece on this from early vasi, who's handling the sale of this bag. So smaller behind bags tend to be preferred by international buyers, such as because the check in luggage values. Let's try and break it anywhere. And you'll drop anywhere. Thank you very much, Leigh Anne garen for that look through our top stories. Let's get back to our discussion around the markets, though, of course, the U.S. inflation number, the big data point for markets today, 7.9% as the CPI number that's expected to slow down from the September reading the similar move for core inflation expected. Of course, a lot of the focus, though, around markets talking about what's been happening in cryptocurrencies after binance's deal to buy FTX fell apart. We've got federal career who's had an investment strategy at RBC with us now. Good morning to you. I'm interested, I was reading some of the warnings on your website earlier about investing in crypto. But do you see that a read across to other assets from what's happening in that space? Good morning. So look, we don't see a reader cross necessarily, but it is not a mainstream asset. So we think there might be some limited systemic contagion risk. However, it's just at a time where sentiment is already so fragile. So depressed, it's just it's another negative input. And also including people who have invested in crypto, it's another at the time we have the cost of living crisis. It's another pressure on their finances. And so.
"vasi" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"It's an interesting world. Timur and I were also talking about the cost of tests. I mean, they're not inexpensive, certainly the at home test, and let's just be honest. You texted me, Carol texted me last night. 9 36 p.m. and I bought mine. And she said, I found some tests at this drugstore near the office. I went this morning and I picked up four. We have like and thank you creedy because she's the one who's like, hey, you got to check out this pharmacy. So it's been like a little network inside of our offices. So we do find that. But I do worry about people who need to work, can't afford these tests, maybe you're vaccinated, fingers crossed they are. I mean, we need to just get tests. I think over in the UK, one of our colleagues said, the national health services, just supplies them. Yeah, and the same thing was done in Switzerland, where every family was given 5 tests per family member for each month. They could test regularly. And as a physician, one of the greatest challenges we had in the emergency department are low income folks that are working, they can't afford the test. And they also can't afford to stop working when they're sick or feeling sick. That means they in fact others, it's a really difficult position to deal with. So how does this, how does this pandemic end? We're entering year three of it, doctor, and I'm just, you know, this is a pretty exasperating time, I think, for a lot of people, especially those with young kids who are not in school as a result of this. And our concern because those kids can't be vaccinated yet. I'm speaking about myself. How does this end? Sure. I think probably we learn to live with the virus and it's different mutations. Hopefully we get more mutations like omicron that don't make people quite as sick. Overall, the immunization or immunity and the community in the society goes up. And we have more very highly effective medications so that one day in the future, omicron is a little bit more like the flu. There are susceptible people. They get extra immunizations. If you get the flu, we actually may have more effective medications against omicron than the flu and I think that will absolutely be the case in the near future. Doctor blob has just got about a minute or under a minute left here. What's the outlook in terms of, I know you guys are working on submitting your COVID test for FDA authorization under the emergency use act, any update on that? Yes, we just started enrolling patients. We're hoping to be done enrolling patients by the middle of this month, maybe the third week. And then if all goes as planned, we'll get the emergency use authorization by the FDA to start selling on approximately March 1st. All right. Well, good to know. And we wish you good luck with it. Certainly, it seems like the world is just appreciative of the more tools that we have to deal with this. Doctor Michael bloss, he's chief medical officer at Anna vasi diagnostics joining us once again on the phone from Atlanta. Well, it's going to check out what exactly is going on when it comes to the trading day. Here with the market update is Charlie palette. Thank you very much, Tim, dramatic turnaround from what we were seeing yesterday, we've got NASDAQ now down 291 points. That is a drop of 1.8%. The NASDAQ 100 index is down 1.9%. Let me give you the numbers first. We'll give you the Y in a moment here. The S&P is slumping ten down two tenths of 1%, now industrials holding onto a gain today of 244 points and other record there up by 7 tenths of 1%. A route in tech shares dragging stocks from records on concerns higher interest rates will devalue their profits right now. We've got the ten year yield 1.66%, spot gold up 8 tenths of 1%, 1814, the ounce. West Texas intermediate crude up 1.3%, 77 O 5 a barrel. Lots of weakness in some of the biggest tech stocks Apple, for example, down 1.3%. Alphabet parent of Google lower now by 6 tenths of 1%, Amazon down 2.1% and meta platforms Inc, formerly known as Facebook down now by 1.1%. Again, the ten year yield 1.66%, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is recommending that people get a booster shot with the Pfizer BioNTech vaccine, 5 months after their first two shots, shortening the interval from the previous 6 month regimen. Data continues to indicate omicron is less likely to cause serious illness, particularly in vaccinated people, spurring optimism that tighter restrictions on traveling will be avoided, but even so that is still not easing the burdens on hospital. Doctor Amish adalja senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins center for health security. It is going to cause a lot of disruption in its wake because many people get infected and we have to worry about hospitalizations, even if they're lower with omicron being at least of a magnitude big enough for some hospitals that are already kind of at capacity to get pushed over the edge. Doctor adults are with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg school of public health, which is supported by Michael R Bloomberg, founder of Bloomberg LP and Bloomberg philanthropies. Checking some of the vaccine stocks that we track on a regular basis at this time all lower Pfizer down 2.8% its German partner pion tech hits ADR's down 4.6%, AstraZeneca's ADR's down 1.7% Moderna out of Cambridge down 1.4% J&J Johnson & Johnson down one tenth of 1%. Recapping ten year yield 1.66% NASDAQ down 1.7% S&P down 6 down one tenth of 1% and the Dow now a higher by 7 tenths of 1%. Fast moving markets keep it locked into Bloomberg radio for the very latest. I'm Charlie palette that is a Bloomberg business flash. Thank you so much for that update. Charlie pellet. Carol. You had a BlackBerry. I did. I loved it. How many years do you think you had it? My CrackBerry? Yeah. Few years. Do we remember? And I didn't quite get it until I got one. And then I was like addicted. Came along, what happened? First I didn't love it. Yeah. And then you wanted that old keyboard back there. You wanted that physical keyboard. Did you have one? I did have a BlackBerry, but you like it? Yeah, it was fine. But I went to iPhone pretty quickly. And you can do so much more with a smartphone. Yeah, you really can. It's a lot different, but it's certainly fair to say that it ushered in a new era when it came to a smartphones and personal technology. Well, it's the end of the road for BlackBerry. The BlackBerry operating system, we should know. We should note that you can still get BlackBerries that are powered by Android. Joining us now to talk all about it is John butler, senior telecom services and equipment analyst for Bloomberg intelligence. He joins us on the phone from New Jersey. John, how many people is this going to affect? BlackBerries are like, they're like unicorns, right? You see them in the wild and you're like, wow, there's BlackBerry. I was listening to you guys talk. I had a BlackBerry as well. I don't see a lot out in the wild anymore. I'm not sure it's really going to affect many people. And BlackBerry years ago. My name is Carol and I have a BlackBerry. It's like, you know what I mean? You wonder if people hide it, right, John? There's a few of us out there, but I switched to the iPhone pretty quickly too, but you know it was one of those corporate libel phones like companies paid for your cell phone and gave you, in my case, I had a rim pager if you remember the old name research in motion. Yeah. And you know, eventually moved to two phones and people loved BlackBerry so much that they ended up hanging on to the BlackBerries for a long time. And honestly, three or four years ago, I used to see a lot of BlackBerries out in the wild, so to speak and I'm just not seeing them anymore. So Carol to answer your question, I don't think there's a lot of users at this point that are still hanging on. But from a corporate standpoint, it's something that blackbeard BlackBerry needed to move on from that. They really are a software
"vasi" Discussed on The Vulnerable Scientist
"Like that's very instrumental to grow a scientist, don't you think? Yeah. And at first you know, once you just a student out of university and you haven't had that exclusion, like scientific thinking. It's a bit, it's a lot of pressure not a bit of pressure but in being put on this poetry. So now that was to be thinking of scientific, but when it's important, exposure being thrown into what has been that this is a big aspect of sense that you need to constantly be thinking about in order to work as a machine in a terrible active thinking that very key. Then you had also mentioned about what your other classmates did when looking for internships just for someone to think about that too. Yeah, so when it comes to intention, there are several different places that my classmates, my classmates went to, and this is, this was, I think it was pushed by the committees that were available at the time, because it was at that point it was mandatory for people to go in ten ships, but also people at driven by they knew what they wanted to do and they targeted specific Institutes because they moved this institute swept on specific areas of research that they were interested in. So I said from can we we had some students that went into clinical research when they went to Canada hospital went to the lab and some went to Kevin vasi, I think that's in this picture. We had some great financial research Institutes like casual. He had some good injury. Some went to actually Sam actually also went into labs in the university, a central king of the hospital. And some went to camp, you know, there are some people who actually, when it comes to carry away, they want to go into industry, not academia, not research. So some of them some of my fascinates were able to get assessments that came. It was a very interesting and diverse group of. Students to different places. Okay. So the opportunities are there. And the research is also better than you just need to and keeping our ships. You just need to be very intentional in your search. Yeah, and also reach out apart from to supply and also reach out. Yeah, so you had also mentioned the women's influence, like you're coming from a school where you just two out of. And we talked about the 2%. Is it 2% or 1% I don't know. Of you or is it 1%? I think it's 1% of 18. Yeah. So I also mentioned that you coming from you just two women in class, then coming to this space where you see the main women won't win people are women. You are doing some mention, like the main women who are women at the same time also now this is and we interacting people who interact with who are up there also we men and also mentioned, I think we talked about your masters and how someone like rosaline who was also a woman in that could you talk about more about that like even you talked about even talked about your mother. Can I just talk about that? Yeah. Yeah, so coming from a class of very few ladies and also I forgot to mention that maintain name percent of our lectures were actually men. Yeah, so it was a matter of you're not getting any female figures in school. So coming out of that you are not sure what you're going to see in the field. But I was able to get to link up or get exposure or train by very. Very strong female figure, setting up from cambry, where I met doctor damaris man talking and this is Lucy. I've been raising about ten so much, but those two are very easy to mentor into. Now driving my passion and knowing that, oh, so this is in just a beautiful case. Okay, they're not overwhelming as we also have that power and drive to actually be able to come up despite the challenges that we set up that we get. So we got so coming from a school where we went so many ladies and then meeting this very very strong world and empowered women that just constantly inspire you and when you're looking at them, you're looking at them and you're like, this is the kind of person I want to be. So that interaction is very inspiring and I was lucky enough to come from. Can we be mentored by doctor damaged and this is Lucy and doctor nilka, and then coming to IPS and now working and someone who was very key in my path to stacking my master and who's also a lady and then meeting other ladies also in the tropical infectious diseases department where now I met doctor Lucy or chola who was working on malaria, which is something that I've already now figured it's something I want to do based on my work at Cambridge. So just meeting her and also the interactions that we have the conversations also over here when she's talking to other scientists during presentations and you're seeing this very strong women who have actually had to get where they are they're pushing you as a student who's still trying to figure things out and they're letting you know that it's possible you need to. It's not easy. They have worked hard to get where they are, but it's possible and it's very inspiring and strengthening. And I had come up from that and then going to masters where I also again met really inspiring and Italy gentlemen, especially in coding in computer programming, but with doctor Marie masaya and very brilliant minds and they were also very, very young. And these are practically my age mates and how them menthol I came where the I right now and being doctors and all this programming things very technical thing and they were always very real to help us to get better at what we were doing, and it's the sacrifices that this female figures make that actually also deeply motivate us so like with our lectures I had mentioned about them sacrificing their time just to make sure that we've got particular aspect of our topic, especially coding or respective. They would sit there with us and maybe lead into the night or on weekends. They would actually offer themselves to come during the weekends to teach us. Especially when it comes to things as they heard that we were struggling with, and just having leaders that knew the struggles that we were facing because we had gone through the entire program in February, so them knowing the experience that they went to, they went through, and them understanding that this is the help that may be the students need, and then sacrificing all their time for that. It was very refreshing, and I think just seeing that also just keeps motivating students to lower that. You can't give up. You have to keep going. You have to keep pushing and its possible, and you have this very strong support system, because back in the past we were people didn't have that kind of support system, probably they looking up and all they would see would be. Men scientists, middle scientists and very few female scientists, but now we're in a point where females have actually been really empowered enough and you see them in this village high positions, especially in science, where people in the past used to think that sense was meant for games. But now we moved into this whole new world where women are really thriving in France and it's very special to see and very inspiring. Talk about Florence. My mom. Yeah, I think before we even talk about all these ladies that have been so blessed to meet throughout my journey, though 1 may be that expected from you. Misses Florence and rango, so misses Florence is a very for me double forced to reckon with she is a very strong lady very from when I was living I've always been in awe of her and the passion that she's had with her career and her work. So I mentioned that my mom is a teacher and she's also a principal in a high school. So she is we can learn my very best treat. In the way principles need to be, but also have passions which had to go, over and beyond the limit and she's very hands on. So she's a person that I always say that to be a teacher you need to be it has to be a coiling and you need to be very patient, because you need different students, different kinds of students every day. And you have to adapt the skills that you are using to teach to each and every student, uniquely, but still be able to teach them as a group. So with my mom for a very young age, I've always looked up to her because I've seen her grow from being a teacher and teacher and moving up into being ahead of department and deputy transport and now the principal that she is, and even the work that she puts into it, it's not, it's not like she pulled back anything. I feel like she gives her oil, not just for her kids, her biological kids, but also for her kids at school. You see that she would do as much as she can to make sure that she has this hands on approach you have students who regardless of having a principle and having to do administrative. Duties, she's also going to push herself to make sure that she knows what's going on in class with her students, which is their student that lives any particular health, and it doesn't just have to be solely academic if these are students struggling with something that's non academic, but would affect their academic somehow. She'd be there for them. So she's a mother to you. To everyone. She's a little old mother. And her being her first born actually taking care of her siblings is a thing on that the responsibility in her and also her not in one, not wanting anything in
"vasi" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"32 Montreal just because I think Wow, I do. I do I and and the reason why I say that is is just I think that they're going to just go out there and they got to play for more than they've ever given. And they got to play for and then And then you I would assume they're going with the ASCII tonight, but I don't know for sure. Who was the last goalie on the ice this morning. Do we know? Does anybody think I don't know? You know, I assume they're going with algae tonight. But, I mean, you know, if I guess if there's going to be a came to get the other guy and this is the one, but I don't think I don't want to shake him out of a rhythm. You've got to keep them in there. No, the I agree. I agree. I agree. But I do think the lightning are going to win the series. I do. I do think Montreal is going to dig. Dig Dig deep tonight, but I'm gonna tell you just like if the Lightning get up early. Forget about Yeah, they're going to step on your throat and your at the library period. PT. Thanks for joining the show. Man. Always appreciate him and got to have you back again soon. Take care safe travels. Love you, man. But yeah, Chicago pp. Larios, Man, that is that is a guy. I'll We know what I say, like, Damn, I should do sports for fault if he and I did a sports show together. Forget about it, man. I know. I know We've we've been propping. Here's your sports talk skill a lot lately, but seriously, you two should get something together. We should We wouldn't be able to shut up. We'd have to have no commercials. Just just tell Pete with the stories and just he would have people calling. He's great. He's one of my best friends. I've known Pete God's going on 30 years turncoat going against the Lightning man. Santa Montreal. Montreal is playing. Yeah, their season is on the line tonight, you know, and they don't get paid by the game in the playoffs, and you know they're getting their pool. Whatever it is. But, um You know, it's rare, you said. What was it The last time 1998 since Ed team swept another team in the Final four game second, it's not. It's not commonplace. Yes, good. When we were looking at those statistics. I also saw how many times has there been a recovery from a 30 to win the series? Know what once 1949 Toronto Maple Leafs did it in the Stanley Cup final? Now in the, um In the semifinals and the conference finals. It's happened a couple times The Islanders did it against the Penguins in 1970 76. Philadelphia Flyers, I want to say Did it, um, Private 8 10 years ago or soft, but no Stanley Cup final where they're up against a police are the only time it's not going to happen. There's no the only way that the Canadians, Cohen and like, Look, you never say Never. I mean, the rest came down from three against the Yankees. Different sports different time. And won the series four games to three. It could happen. I mean, like Pete mentioned Kucherov and his ribs If somebody gets to his ribs, and he can't breathe, uh, take him off the ice. The lightning or one lesson at Stamkos gets injured. I mean, you don't want to put bad voodoo on anyone Don't do it things or some happens to Vasi. It's a completely different team, a completely different series. I still think the lightning or more talented, but You know anything could happen. And you're we're talking professional athletes. This isn't like barely cocky, but I plan to where you know you get lucky one game. I mean, these are guys who get paid millions of dollars in train all year for this so I'm thinking of good vibes. I'm leaning lightning tonight. I don't have I told Corey on a couple times play. I don't have a feel and I don't have a feel for this game right now. So Uh, happy how we doing on time before our next? Yes, ones are next. That's 4. 34. 30. Should we take a break? Definitely break. Cool. We're gonna take a break, Thanks to Pete for joining in talking to lightning hockey. We've been talking a lot of it today. It's a big day here between lightning and also really, uh That's the focus for right now. Uh, we're here with you till six. It's the micro radio show and for drug rob alive today one of 2.5 the bone. You're listening to the MIC radio show on one or 2.5 the bone. The bulbs are back in the Stanley Cup finals, learning Let's go win another one beco boats from 1 to 2.5 the bone. Welcome to a new way to earn your degree..
"vasi" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"State? Do you think that hinges at all on what on what Tampa knows? Oh, yeah, I think they definitely take their cues from other teams in the league, so I would be surprised to see the bolts do the same thing. Alice Kelowna. Nikita Kucherov Both had four points in the game for Tampa Bay, while five different lightning players registered multi point games. Vasi stopped 39 shots to help table Bay improve to eight. No in the playoffs following a loss in the past two seasons. That's not right, is it? What? That we have not? Lost following a loss right now lost following. Yeah. Many of the elements that show up on a stat sheet favored the Panthers from shots to scoring chances, but it all went in a bad direction. Once the game seemed to be out of hand, um, the good news the Lightning will likely have both star Wing Nikita Kucherov and defenseman McHale. Circuits have back in the lineup for tonight's potentially decisive game. After the game on Saturday, where props to everybody for not saying what was actually on their mind. I brought it up earlier when Hedman was trying to calm everybody down after the bad calls Once once, Uh, coach got thrown into the goalie and then after the slashing called everybody was trying to keep it calm. And they didn't lose their minds like the fans were here's coop after the game way better in us. We knew it. Um you know the fact we have 31. We didn't like the way we were. We're losing battles down low and and word kind of with our scheme and the way we want to break out, and they were kind, honest, little bit. You know, the period break business was timing. We've got to make a few adjustments and Um, you know, we got those goals. Uh, s o You know, give Florida little credit. They were they were pressing and, um, but we weather didn't did what we had to do to get the lead and Man..
"vasi" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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Andrei Vasilevskiy delivers consecutive shutouts, Lightning top Stars 2-0
"Vasilevskiy was once again dominant. He stopped all 20 shots He faced supposed to shut out in his second straight start and earn his second shutout overall this season that earned him the first star of the week in the NHL. Is now posted shut outs and back to back starts five times in his career, and he's gone seven consecutive periods without allowing a goal. When you talk about the advantage the Lightning has in net every game. It's pretty wide, especially in this division. Vasilevskiy is head and shoulders better than everyone else. Ben Bishop might have a say in that, but he's injured right now for the stars Brian and Blam from Sun Sports and My partner for The Last Call, which is presented by Jack Daniels told Dave Michigan and me on power lunch yesterday. That vast Celeski has grown so much as a netminder. He's a machine. He really s vasilevskiy. That really interesting character. And, of course, is a hockey player. He's very quiet with us. Naturally it apparently he's a real riot with the players, you know, on practice, days and days in between got a great sense of humor. But he is all business. When he shows up first thing in the morning, you talk to other players and go. You just leave Vasi to himself. He's he's already in that zone. He's got the body for it. It's 63 and well over £200. He's got the long legs and long arms. You know, we're talking about circuits have an experience exactly the same thing of front, John Goaltending coach talked about it recently saying that you know, vastly going all the way and winning the cup. It solidifies everything that they've talked about all the way along How your off season training regiment right through to the very last save in Game six against Dallas to win the Stanley Cup. Your gold center. Oftentimes is your best penalty killer and the Lightning had to kill off six power place from the stars, and that was big, according to egg blam, and he loved what he saw. Thought Alex Killorn had some sequences. I would point him out, especially. I thought he was incredible. He had four if not five. Individual plays where he just dismantled their attack. Turned the pack over and either shot out of the zone himself or made availability for somebody else that he was playing with the get the park and get it down. But they all were in great sequence when the pressure when not to That was a big part of the game and then getting on the scoreboard first two now, But Andre, polite, just has an affinity for that, And then he starts on time all the time. And that's always a big deal. Doesn't matter who you're playing. Whether it's Dallas and the team you played in the Stanley Cup finals or the last place team, Callie always seems to start on time and a that gives you a big advantage.
"vasi" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"19 Game point streak. First Detroit dating back to February 3rd of 2016. That is a long time in today's era and Brian Detroit played well. I mean, I think as well as they probably could have, but, you know Tampa Bay. It's an impressive win, considering They took Detroit's best punch tonight. Yeah, they did. They knew Detroit was going to be ready and they were going to play better in the first five or six minutes by accident tonight, you know, then they did the other night and they got smoked. Early on and lost the game literally, and five minutes later on Wednesday, so they did a good job. Lightning expected it and, you know, look, it doesn't matter who you're playing. Chances of your dominating all 60 minutes are nil. It is not gonna happen. You know, there's some good players on other teams and Detroit played a much better game there pock retrieval and they're checking and their their motion. Being on pox. They had sequences in the game where they were retrieving pox in the Lightning's own lightning did a good job of you know when it was getting away from them, Tonto Back again. The maroon goal was big. The goal post that was hit by Dylan Larkin. Early on. That was big, too. That could have given him even more momentum. But you know what Vasilevskiy played so well again when you play well, you deserve good luck. He had that one stroke of luck. And there s he made some outstanding save that that Vasi was really on top of it. He was the epitome of the big cat in this game. You know his movement. I watched him Some of the replays and he just was all over it moving very quickly and decisively in the neck. Still a little bit of an issue out of the net, you know, but it didn't didn't backfire on him. But we'll certainly give him give him full marks. Glad to see Maroon, get a goal and, um, good role. Yeah, you know that He got a couple of goals too well deserved that Janni. Gord line played well, I continue to be impressed with Blake Coleman right down to that empty net goal. Where he made a beautiful move in the neutral zone. Puck control took to pass from McDonogh coming out of his own spun around you know is he was gonna be pressured on his side of the Red line, spun around, gave it the good road to get over the red line. And that empty net goal was the epitome of how good the lightning are at playing the right way. Quote unquote When we talk about it all the time the coaches talk about Play the right way. It means you play by the clock in the score. They're up 2 to 1. In the third period. How do you play? You don't take chances. You're smart, you four check you control the pockets best you can And when you don't have it, you execute And they they put on a clinic and shift after shift, especially with the last title seven or eight minutes of the game when you're protecting a one goal lead before they scored the antimatter Just an absolute clinic on how you do it and do it in stages and don't panic. When you get in the offensive zone. There was one break out. That was outstanding. Young Ruda was the weak side Defenseman flew right up the ice got involved in the offense. Cirelli covered up for him at the point and stayed there until Rudy got back. That's the way it's supposed to work. Lauren was down and behind the net. Didn't try to force it out in front of Detroit's net just hung on. There was no play to be made more times going on a clock that that's what I'm talking about. Just some really. Clinically good, effective play. When your head to toe one in the third period they've allowed the second Least amount of goals in the league. It's incredible when you think about You know where they are. And this transformation that began last year? Yeah, there they have so So down, Pat. Now, you know within the team. Um and you have you know most of the team back from last year that won the cup. Um and they there's there's peer pressure to get it done the right way. And when one guy looks at the other and goes, yeah. You're right, Let's go. It's time to execute that way. They all know what they're doing. Really well coached, of course, and, um they executed it perfectly so that That was that was a good hockey game. It was a good good once and for on the Detroit site. They played a lot better. They could use the little lock if Larkin had a scored if, if maybe they get some momentum. One of their issues. As you know, there, they don't have. AH, lot of, you know, guys big moment guys that are get them goals at key times, which is what you need, you know, with the Lightning have that in spades, and that's one of the reasons They went a lot of games to you get chances, and somebody's got to score S O. Detroit's moving and you know what? Detroit Even before the game the other night, which did look terrible, and they were embarrassed. You could tell by how they talked Detroit That is after Wednesday's game, you know, they just didn't They said We didn't stick to the process. Nothing. Nothing was right. That's that's not a bad team, and they've got some pretty good pieces there. They got a lot of new faces and without pre season and all those new faces. Um, they've they've struggled. And when you lose your confidence now you're losing a lot of games. But they're they're gonna win some games. Believe me, that Detroit team is gonna be tough to play. You give another month for sure if they can stay healthy. I've had a lot of guys come in another line up, so that's not an easy one. And if you look around the league last night, Ottawa senators were in the basement beat the Montreal Canadiens. And Chicago Blackhawks, who were near the bottom, they won. Another game is well too. So, like I said to you the other day is the teams at the bottom of the standings Do not lose every game. You have to play hard against them. Get your points. They're the same.
"vasi" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"The shots up on the scoreboard. Look at this shit had a tough pass from head man. He got it out to center ice, but Jack of training will bring it right back in. Shin works for Cirelli, not Johnson at center. Sweets for Alex Killorn. I'll bang it in. War one relating lead in the third. Come try to clear Holden, Sara Lee for Kelowna. Quick Rate Circle shot just wide left. Here's our bits in reversing it up the far side for a coma. Now Ryan Joe Hansen clears with living in Tyler Johnson. Wind it to the neutral zone. Call Lauren is there any backhand today? Four minutes played in the third. Threads trail lightning 41 Puck alive at center ice, Viktor Arvidsson. Curl back to his own end. Right wing. It's Fabbro will hop potato it in that Celeski. Way the puck behind it and nearly got stolen by training, But it comes to circuits have he lost it now foot by the net. Very aggressive for checking by Nashville Foot Pizzarelli, Sara Lee to the Red Line. Nicely done. He scoops it and by the national net. Nashville is not going to quit, so they better realize that betting gotta stick lifted. By Barclay Good Road takes the puck away in the offensive end of the left corner. Go cross ice whining for turn back of the right circle back for good road behind the net. Good road is checked by two predators, but Coleman grabs the puck right circle. The right point Turn act. Shoots Block comes back, Derek turn accent Appoint left circle. It's Coleman. Tried to shoot blocked rebound. Gord Right Circle High slot B. McDonough backhand shot, save sorrows out of the top of this crease, and he covers. 15 02. Left in the third period, told them and gets the goal to make it 41 lightning up by three. Well, I'll tell you a good chances right there. McDonough Great and the hash marks he had couldn't turn to shoot it on the floor and because it was on a skates, But he got the back and away and sorrows was Wow. He was a good 23 ft out. Weird period fell because we played five minutes in the lane Ng of really carried play except for the one shot that went in, which was Nashville's A lot open in front. That was a good shift right there. You see after the puck behind the national net sweeps into Forsberg. Right side feed. Ryan Ellis Across the blind grandma Left Circle shoots Rebound. Michael Grant Lin behind that left corner. Two fours. Burke. I'm gonna let point. Roman Yosi right point, Ryan Ellis. Right circle. It's Matt machine makes a little move on. McDonough darts behind the net to shame. I'm gonna make a play in front. Hold onto it. Wind it for Ellis at the right circle. Now it's Michael Grant Lin behind that pressure here by the Predators. Randlett blocks it right circle. Right circle. Do Shane makes a little move to get open. Right point, Yosi. CenterPoint Alice! Shoot, say Man Rebound! Raylan shoot score. And it's far too. I gotta tell you, man. The lightning are Messing around here. This happened a lot of the night when they're up for one. You gotta have this killer instinct, boys. You can't let him go dominate on you like this. Granlund got the rebound off the Ellis shot. The Lightning had to put a couple of times and couldn't get it out. Shot comes reading. Vasi makes to save Ran. Lin is right there. And he puts it in Celeski by myself. My McDonough couldn't get to the park quick enough. But here we go. It's for two now in the first six minutes of the period They've cut the lead in half of the lightning. So Granlund gets his third. Certainly Ellis one assist. They may give one to Forsberg, who was standing in front. Right,.
"vasi" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Lamp at home. It means more than the final score for every lighting. Home Gold Mosaic will once again donate $500 to feeding Tampa Bay and its local food bank partners. For every landing hat. Trick it home. Jose will donate $5000 Thank you for helping in the fight against hunger. Taking a look at some stats for this game through 20 minutes. Both teams have 10 shots on goal. National winning in the face of department, 65% to 35% Tampa Bay over two on the power play Nashville. Oh, for one, but again, you want to talk about being opportunistic. That's exactly what the lady were. In that first period National came out and tried to dictate some play. Viktor Arvidsson was very good, especially early on 20 seconds into the game had a really good shot in close on vast Levski and sometimes we forget. One of the other team didn't score because Vasi was very solid again in that first period and Sometimes I could deflate a team for sure. The press had some looks. But Vasi, no big rebounds and again good puck control as well. When you take a look at some individual statistics, we told you, Eric, turn back back in the lineup. After missing a couple of games, played 6 33 and had a couple of shots on goal also, too. When you take a look at the back and Ryan McDonagh no surprise 709 of ice time. Victor Hedman, 7 22 Matthew Joseph played 509 and had that great assist to Brayden points late. In that first period. Face card holders Get 50% off Tampa Bay Landing merchandise it Tampa Bay sports dot com All day today, February, 1st had to chase dot com slash lightning before details. We've.
"vasi" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Know you like him is well, John begins. Skin do What is happening? Cross check. Hey, guys, how you all doing today? Man? We are so good Cross check. It's really great to hear from you. How are you doing? I'm gonna get in a drug I collect on winning the first evening, Chris first, Glenn Oh, I'm sorry. Christopher was the singing artist who sang the last song crisper crossed it sailing, but But it's good to know that your secret identity is Glenn. Every superhero has one and I got mine. E I love him so much. How you feeling today? Who I'm pretty pumped after hearing Newport, Looky Little Port Richey Lou for Richie. Little Get your hype for sure. I think I actually call him Lou Port Richey. At one point, I think they're interchangeable. You know? I mean, so we got a week and two days. Any new developments today at practice anything you're concerned about their cross check. I really wanna be confirming raining until we again next week when it's like Wednesday, because that's when everything really starts on level to see how he's going to be before the kickoff Now, now, Mr Check, I will say have been reading reports that today is the day If anybody test positive for Cove it after today, they will not be able to participate in the Super Bowl. Do you first see any big implications of Cove it on the Super Bowl? I mean, really well, hoping not, but, uh, it'll be horrible at this point, especially for bucks. If something has if something happens, Yeah, for sure. And way. I remember there was a little outbreak. We had temporarily, I think back during week. 15 line, Devin, like got it and shack there. Got it. Crosscheck. I want to switch sports for a moment because I watch the lightning the last two periods last night and then the overtime. It was a great goalie performance by both Goalies especially Vasi. But I really feel like the offense let us down by not being able to jam it in the net. I mean, Stamkos. Pretty much had a direct shot at the net. He put it off the goalie stick was your takeaway from last night's lightning game? My takeaway is really what you said were vastly he played outstanding and it's unfortunately cream getting goals past here. Morales looking that James, who who we always had good luck against when he was with the Detroit Red Wings, but Yeah, I guess it's cool. Find any corner of the mound in hell. Find an acorn everyone for sure. Well, listen, you know I love it. Listen, crosscheck. Thank you for checking in again. We hope we hear from you Monday. We've got an all star lineup of bucks, people and sports people and whatnot from Linda Cohn to dig by town, but none of them. None of them can compare to the local talent of our the Almighty. Cross check. Yeah, we're lucky to have you, buddy. Man. Thank you guys. And you know what? I've been cross. Should I just national of the glass and I'm probably dead. One game suspension from this. We love you cross check. Oh, yeah. God, he brings me so much joy when he calls what's What's What's in the box over there. I got some awesome beard products. I know you got some beard product. Let's let's Let me see. What's it? Oh, God, I'm very curious. What's in this box? So my man, Brandon heard us talking about him The other day. He's got the machine shop in saying downtown ST Pete. He's also got fellowship brand beard stuff, right? Oh, my God. Yeah. Your bomb. Oh, wow. A lot of beer bottle. Wow. You're gonna hook a brother up with one of those. Uh oh, my gosh. You like the workshop, the chivalry? The Apprentice. Oh, man, Forbidden damn Got purity. I got the Mariner. Oh, man, And then I got some oils to let's Yeah, I'll dig into it with Oh, my gosh, That is a hall. No, I'm like, quarter chop over here, too. I got a lot of beard bomb and a lot of lifetime supply. No, I'm definitely not shaving my beard. I just saw. I think I told you about this guy, this dancy bearded who's like the beard Authority on the Internet, He just reviewed their products. So you just like I think this morning. I haven't even seen the video yet. That's great. Yeah, they're getting recognized in the beard community, That's for sure. They look like great promise, And he's a good He's just a super guy. Um, is it okay or not Okay to have a Super Bowl party. Mm. You know the numbers being what they are right now There's we're starting to look like we're improving is now the right time to risk your health and those around you with the Super Bowl Party. I just Mm. I mean, the answer is I can only speak for myself and I will be attending a Super Bowl party. I will be attending a Super Bowl party where there will be. I'm just gonna be honest with you people from all around the country, To be honest with you. That's just the truth. That's where it is. But I think we made it through Thanksgiving. We made it through Christmas and I don't feel like people didn't do things and I'll be there were spikes we we made it through. So I just think as far as things that I would be concerned about setting us back to a truly dangerous level. I think we've made it through the things that would really be worrisome because we like the Super Bowl. We can love it. There are a lot of people that will, But I would imagine there's a lot of people who don't participate in the Super Bowl like they participate, and, like they did participate in a holiday that probably just passed a few weeks ago. The headline Washington Post. Despite pandemic 25% of fans say they will go Super Bowl parties. Do you think Majka of first off the fine party because that is open to interpretation more than 10 people. Okay, then. No, I'm don't have any interest in hanging out with more than 10 people. Honestly, if I'm with more than 10 people at a time at this point, it makes me kind of uncomfortable. I get that. So I'm game to have a couple of people who I know. Maybe God tested two days before. Wanna come over. Make a pot of chili. Some case, so hang out. That's totally cool with me. I don't want to go to a party. I just personally I don't. How many would you estimate are gonna be one that was doing the math there. It's not way over that. If anything, it's a little under it's I think it's maybe 10 at the Max. I was trying to the mountain head to think it's probably to do gatherings as well. If everybody goes that you're inviting over and let's say you get a rapid test, and you know that your negative just do that. Just be safe. I will say not that this makes it any better. Some of the people have had it with in the past four months and are better so hopefully you know, for their sake, they'll have the antibodies. It's really just me. That's you know, a risk that to the more and more in our inner circles. We're finding people are like I had it. I had it. I had it. So you're around people who have all had it and then to be extra safe. They can go get tested again. We need to go get a go give blood and get it. Anybody touch because I find it bizarre to think that you could have it had had it. And not know, but at the same time, I just feel Like it's possible we have it. I agree. 100%. I would buy me We showed no symptoms. No, no. At the very least, she mean, there may have been who knows a day where you wake up and you go. It feels a little weird. Never lost, you know, sense of taste or smell or anything but That's supposedly the whole thing about this and why it's so dangerous is there's so many asymptomatic people, So it's not out of the question that we were in that group 7275791 or 25, Okay or not Okay? With the covert numbers being where they are to have a Super Bowl party. I think I may be. I'll have six people at my house, including my son, his mom. My boo. Hello. This guy. Hello? Hi. What's your name? I'm sorry. I'm Scott. Don't be sorry and realized that I got chimed in. No, no, you did. You got chimed in with them. I think it's okay. I don't think people realize that house how insignificant this thing is. You branded people are out there that that that are Morris. Perceptive, too. Real diseases like the flu or over. Can I just like, Can I help here? Favorite? Everyone needs to follow the same thing..
"vasi" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"How big was that goal for the lightning at the end of that period? Yeah, that was an important one. I thought the Lightning had a good first 8 to 10 minutes of the period. They were out shooting Columbus 8 to 2 and that next goal, you know that next shift after you score a goal, like Victor Hedman's is always, you know, extremely important shift and Columbus scoring right there. I think it got them right back in and they got some momentum from that. So, um, huge gold. The end by Andre Plot A beautiful pass by breaking point who's really filling in for Nikki Taku tribes absent nicely. That's big. Cut the deficit to one and you know, go into the second period now and And be able to kind of start on the clean slate and just pick up where they left off. Vasi seems a little bit off in that first period. He could turn around for sure the rest of the game. But what did you make of the first period? I agree with that? Yeah, I think you know, Vassilis. He's great, and he's certainly done his part even in the 1st 34 games of the season. Now toe, keep his team in it and support them when they need him, and I think his team needs to do the same for him. You know, there's been a couple times when it's looks like a harmless play a little bit. You know, Columbus is just getting pucks on net, but You know the last goal. They scored gabber off. You know it was in the high slot area. Dangerous area. They had bodies in front. You may not have seen it, so I think they need to do a little bit better job of protecting the middle of the ice and That one kind of sweet by him, so I'm sure you'd like to have that one back. But, you know, he's a player who was able to shake things off and he's one of the best so I would imagine he's going to start the second period strong and maybe just get some of those kinks out early in the first. Daily. Thank you will do it again during our second intermission report. Thanks, Greg. All right. Kaylee Chelios joining us right there..
"vasi" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Here's Greg Llanelli. All right, so clearly not the stars. The Tampa Bay Lightning wanted in this game against the Columbus Blue Jackets all over New York Strand 21 seconds in from Domi. His second of the year made it one nothing and that's all the scoring we saw in that first period, Victor Hedman tried to play the pock as it was in the air kind of knocked it down as his momentum was leading him across. Senator. It's just before that, but He was stripped and don't we made a nice play with the orchestra who kind of hesitated coming down the right side and froze Vasi just the bits and was able to beat him short side. As Dave said. He's got a tremendous shot, and that time he used it. When you've had some opportunities on some odd man rushes haven't been able to convert maybe little over passing and Columbus. I think he's doing a pretty good job getting to their transition game in this game. It is allowed for some pretty dangerous scoring opportunities. Vasi had to be pretty solid in that first period just to keep it a one. Nothing game. So certainly some adjustments that John Cooper needs to make he and his coaching staff, I'm sure will. But I think for the lightning tightening, something's up defensively, but also when they have an opportunity to shoot the puck, especially on the odd man rushes got to take it. No doubt about that. Let's review that first period, which we just did with the chase of you Choose what's right for you a chase. Com Still to come in our next segment, we'll talk to Kelly Chelios. We'll get her thoughts on that first period, and with lightning need to do torto be a little more efficient. I think offensively and defensively, as I said both teams had 10 shots on goal. No power play opportunities yet. And Columbus, winning the face off battle. 61% to 39% hits 11 6 in favor of Tampa Bay With a vote When you win, you can download or log into.
"vasi" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"As well and will make sure that we bring you all of the latest. Lightning coverage right here on lightning radio. Letting gone on the board first at 9 21 Andre plot in front offer rebound and it came during a power play. Steven Stamkos drew the penalty on the previous play. And that's how Tampa Bay would go on the man advantage. They'd score a couple of goals on the man advantage tonight, Palat banging home the rebound. He would make it one. Nothing. Matthew Joseph. Digging for a puck banging a rebound often, Alex Killorn shot of 3 42 made it to nothing. Then you had surreally a two or three off the turn neck snap shot deflected the shot. Has sued bed to make it three. Nothing and Tampa Bay really off to the races than a 10 04 Brayden point to Steven Stamkos. Uh, Just made a tremendous Play basically circling around the Blackhawks defenders in their zone finding stammer. And boom one time or four. Nothing on the power play just a tremendous play by breaking points. And then Stamp coast doing the favors the other way in the third period of 13 16 Finding Brayden point in the slot made it five Nothing strong matinee gold late at 3 24 to prevent Vasi from getting The shut out. He was fantastic tonight, but the lady put up five goals tonight against the Blackhawks and felt really good about their performance. And you can celebrate the bolts that W with 50% off your favorite pizza from Papa John's Tomorrow. These public owed both study when you order online or on the APP to get 50% off regular menu price pizzas. Papa John's the official Pizza partner with the Tampa Bay Lightning will come back and give you some more analysis. Forget. We have the last call on NewsRadio, Wofl and letting power play with Bryant and Blam will hear from John Cooper's imagined and some players sound coming up soon. Right here on letting radio Amalie Motor oil tips his hat to the manly man. Manly Man. You had a beard before it.
"vasi" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"We're not going to allow subpar performance to be okay, because you're a rookie. You either can play or you can't. And I think that's the standard. I think that's exactly the way you need to be as a player as a leader. As a coach. I think you need to have that standard. You You put somebody out there and you say Here's Here's the standard. This is what we expect of you. And if they're there, you they're able to meet it. Or you think I'm kindly for trying and find someone who will. And and that's unfortunately the cutthroat nature of football. But it is what makes it so great right and that that's from the micro view. Nothing. The macro view, the general manager's saying, OK, we're gonna let that guy grow into that role. It's gonna be a few days. We understand that he's probably not going to be his best self. His first try. Gotcha. And so that's where that's where the different sides of that coin come into play. So okay, That's okay. That's really well explain to actually because If you're looking for more organizational standpoint, it's not like you. You put out rookie saying Vasi or Michael Jim O'Dea and make a snap decision whether they can play the leader, not just because they had struggles at times, right. Did you see a steady, consistent improvement from basket? You did? Oh, Jim O'Dea was hit or Miss. It was up and down. I was like, well, the detail and especially the tackling. That was the thing that you want to see her. But there's still some coverage lapse is there that I'm like, man? You Really gotta tighten that up a little bit. But what are we measuring him to? Are we measuring him to a starter? We measuring me. That's that's all I'm asking, Measuring them to. Here's the standard. You've got to be able to go out. Do this. You know you are at this level or you're not. How long will it take you to get there? Do I believe you get there? How long will it take you to hold that same measure for Drew luck. We've talked about this over. No, everybody from a pin it back to the quarterback here from because it's all we talk about here, apparently, but The same standard applies to court. How long is it going to take him to? Where do you think of stealing is? How long do you think it takes him to get there? And do you have that kind of patients? The fan base here when we drafted Drew lock knew he was gonna be a project and for some reason, after a mere 16 what 17 games 16 years, whatever eighth. Well, I mean, but the Steelers games like five steps. So 17 games after after 17 games together, you knew a guy was gonna be a two season project. He's got one seasons worth of starts. Yeah, it's in two separate seasons, but it's two separate offenses. He's got 17 starts, You'll be making a judgment Hell. The last six games were clear improvement. And if you want to see exactly how much improvement you go check out Tim Jenkins video, right, Great break down there. And if you guys disagree with him, he's absolutely open to seeing it from you on the tape. It's weird. How absolutely nobody has shown up to do that. Yeah. I don't know. There's Ah, There's something called, I guess either blind faith in the drawer lock or maybe just blind. I don't know. It's just it's just blind radio guided. No he's talking about but anyways, coming back to this, I I find this kind of a fascinating conversation. And I kind of appreciate Alexander Johnson bringing it up from an angle. I really hadn't considered inside the locker room. You can't really look at your teammates as young versus old or vets versus rookies. You just going to say who can help us win right now, But the coming back to the old remove the thing before we move on. I When I say What do you measuring him up against? Didn't ever look at Michael Llodra, Muthiah even coming out of college, and I'm being one of the ice guys on him as he could be. C Be one, but he would have to be C B one there in the final stretch of the season. Final gate, at least the final game, and I didn't ever I thought he was more than complimentary to and that's one of the reasons he went in the third round. It wasn't considered a first round lockdown cornerback one. You need him to be productive when he's on the field. He needs to be the guy starting opposite, and that's the goal eventually, But I didn't ever say like Like when I watched Michael of Germany. I'm like man. He He fits with what they're trying to do here. He's the guy that's gonna take advantage of the fact that the guy on the opposite side is the dude right? But I don't think you can. I don't think you look at it like that. First of all, where you get drafted is not. Ah is not an indicator of the talent level of your ceiling. It's just where we are right. Okay this first year, but his first year, but that, but that's what Alexander talking about not making excuses. They don't matter. I'm not making excuses, but I'm like I'm trying to Put myself in his shoes real quick. What he's trying to say is he's dead. No matter where you draft that matter, we you got it. You know when that matter their injuries, I'm saying he went in the third round for a reason. And he wasn't considered a top first round prospect that look Jeff recruited didn't have a good year, either, right? But there were certain traits that you liked about his game like you thought you could play, man where you really didn't think you thought he could come into the league and write and six L right away. We're older media. That's right. I never looked at him as a man up corner like I'm not If you put him in, man, there's gonna be some moments that look good. But if he's his own, he's being big gets a chance to to make the tackles what he does, guys and logical corner And and this is that something But you know, if you today when you draft guys in the 1st 2nd 3rd races where you think you could get him the late you're looking at a value perspective. What's this? My guy? What's the latest? I can go to get that guy without getting scooped up by somebody else s. Let me get my other guys in here too. And that's the priority of the draft stuff is not about you know, I rank this guy won 300 you do that internally in order to try Get the maximum value out of, But today you're you look at guys you take in the first round. You expect to be a day one contributor Dave guys. The 2nd 3rd round expected to be a contributor in your one but probably a starter in year two. Right..
Hungary's government takes control of science academy
"Hungary's National Assembly has adopted a controversial bill to vasi restructure the Hungarian academy of sciences fifteen institutes the academy will be placed in a newly established state research network the plans have repeatedly provoked protests from researchers and academics at home and abroad decision means the academy will be deprived of important financial resources including scholarships for scientists and funds the research projects and it could lose its grand in trying to Nora to finance its running costs the government says it wants to make hungry more competitive within the scientific world the changes are expected to come into force in