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"vidic " Discussed on ESPN FC
"On the Champions League Final to see land because they get it. Hocus pocus. Mister destiny. What are you talking to Steve? As long as I can remember, I wanted to be sure for the New York Yankees. Derek Jeter. Man, I'm proud of you. Yankees win. Once you win, there's nothing else to do, but to win again. Everything that came with it was not part of the dream. I don't have to be your best friend. I did it the best way I knew how. ESPN films present the captain, beginning July 18th on ESPN and ESPN+ presented by Capital One. Rio Ferdinand was recently asked his top 5 center backs in Premier League history. He put himself first, followed by mania vidic, Virgil Van Dyke, yep, Stan, and in 5th place John Terry and I might add that John Terry had nothing to do with this broadcast where Rio picked his top 5, but did hit back anyway with a bit of a Twitter spat and on his Instagram page put up some stats and said opinions are great, but stats don't lie backing up the numbers to say perhaps he should have been higher on that list, Rio Ferdinand said the moment one has to start pushing their own records and stats. It's really time to start addressing the fragile ego. You're looking at even put you in the top 5 after the race isn't case with my brother, so we thankful you made it in a drunk Terry was from not guilty of that case in July of 2012. John Terry returned this spatter, a fragile ego is putting yourself at number one Rio Ferdinand. Thanks for putting me in your top 5. Is there a case of X players with a little too much time on their hands? Do you think LA?.
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"The the lightning lightning were were five five to to two two winners winners over over the the Blackhawks Blackhawks in in John John Cooper Cooper seven seven hundred hundred game game as as an an NHL NHL head head coach coach ten ten years years ago ago I I was was insured insured ever ever because because one one little little of of seven seven hundred hundred and and pretty pretty special special group group we've we've had had a a long long years years and and and and you you know know from from Vidic Vidic all all the the way way down down its its to to family family hearing hearing this this way way around around seven seven hundred hundred what's what's called called on on scored scored twice twice and and had had an an assist assist for for the the lightning lightning who who moved moved a a point point ahead ahead of of Toronto Toronto for for second second place place in in the the Atlantic Atlantic division division Andrei Andrei vasilevskiy vasilevskiy stopped stopped twenty twenty one one shots shots improved improved to to thirteen thirteen and and now now against against the the black black hawks hawks in in the the regular regular season season Steven Steven Stamkos Stamkos Brayden Brayden point point each each had had a a goal goal and and an an assist assist for for the the bolts bolts Calvin Calvin de de Haan Haan and and Alex Alex DeBrincat DeBrincat each each had had a a goal goal in in Chicago Chicago seventh seventh loss loss in in nine nine games games I'm I'm Jane Jane ferry ferry
"vidic " Discussed on The Daily Boost
"Are you confident you can achieve your goal? So it's far simple questions and where's hawai come into play? Is this just me? And I get it. Everybody talks about the why first. And I guess sometimes the why does come in first? But I'm a human. And I use Scott logic. And I understand that usually for me, it's what the heck do I want? And there's probably a why fishing around there somewhere, and yet if I go through these four questions and I get to the end of it and everything has kind of a line. And I'm like, well, maybe I'm there maybe I'm not. Maybe I've got some work to do. When I get to that point, the why gets really strong, particularly if I think I can really do it. Have you ever seen that? I got my God. I'm all set for this. So if I do anything on this show, I'm going to take you around and around and look at it from every single angle, I'm not going to take it would just somebody says it works. I'm going to say what I've seen work for myself and others and give you some options here. What is it? How does it work? Can you do it? Are you sure? For questions from Brent, pinned vidic's book, the three minute rule. Let have a pretty big impact on anybody that I tend to share that with and I think they're going to have an impact on you too as well. You ever be learning something and saying something and you think, I'm so smart I'm a smarty pants. I just know everything. I've been to this, my gosh, this type of work 25 years now. I'm pretty smart at what I do because I've studied a lot and done a lot. But sometimes you come up with something like 5 years later you'd be like reading a book or something Aristotle said that first, like wait a second. Aristotle got to it first. Yeah. Yeah, they all did. There's so much personal velvet stuff. Why is that? Because ever since you were born and about tens of thousands of years before that, other humans were born, they all wanted exactly what you did. To be an Instagram star, no, that's not true. But they have their version of being an Instagram story. You can as my dad used to say damn old guarantee that. All right, we do it our way. And if you like our way, my way, I'm glad you're here. And if not, thanks for stopping by. Tomorrow, mindfulness, starter thoughts just for you. I'll see you there on a Friday..
"vidic " Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Stephen King, so Steve is the DA, I said, why is it 30 years? Is this normal? He's like, he's like, I've never seen a 30 year baby's corpus file. Just to stay on appeal like this. So it was like some kind of a loophole, like some glitch in the system. I think, yeah. So he won a lot of lawsuits too, like when he was doing the prison for different things. He actually was winning them too. Yeah, so he just learned the law and was just using it to screw with captain California pretty much. Yeah. It amazes me once again, you know, for a lot of these cases, how they're able to just weasel their way out over and over and over again. Yeah, it's incredible. It blows my mind. You know, it's kind of sad. Especially you know, the victims are killed. They had never had a choice. And this dude has a habeas corpus for 30 years and dies of cancer at almost 80 years old. Yeah. Last few things. So when you got involved with the toolbox killers for peacock, were you producing it? Did they ask you to come on board as kind of a talking head? Yeah. Well, I'm one of the executive producers for the show. Gotcha. So every witness you see on the show, I tracked down, 'cause you know, I'm also investigating case I'm writing the book. The book is what hell is like the untold story of the toolbox pillars. So, you know, I was tracking everybody down already from the book, so when I got approached from the production company about doing a show, you know, I already had everybody track down and ready to go and but that's actually how they had found me as they heard about the missing bodies had been, you know, he'd finally started talking and they have called Stephen Kay. And she was going to talk to Laura, you know, she's just uncovered all this information. So that's how it blossomed into a show. Vidic was alive during this time, actually, too. And I had to convince them to do it. He didn't want to do anything publicity wise, either, just like Norris..
"vidic " Discussed on WGN Radio
"Outbound into independents, Not bad on the Stevenson or the Dan Ryan Nostra. Surefire northwest side of Belmont, just west of Central Park. Merry band Belted G M Traffic central Years Market Update with gender salvo Lots of green John the Dow was up 127 points to 34,260 NASDAQ's up 44 points to 13,677. S and P 500 is up. 15 points to 4180. The business of food here is Steve of Steve Alexander Alexander. That's me. You know, I was talking to Brad Vidic your last guest few days back about the the blend Broken city a picture of it. I was going to ask him about that. It's six cited. It's just excited Burger. Does it have a pinkish texture or coloring? No, no, no, it looks like well, it's not. It's not cut open, but you know, it's just it's like looks like a grilled burger. Except it's Yeah, it's been cooked. I was wondering if it looks like ground beef, which it probably does it 70% that 70% excited, though. That's funny. I've got some concerning news about beer well concerning, but not alarming, John. It has to do with how dry the soil is. Which may seem crazy with all of the rain the Chicago area has had lately, but if you look at the country as a whole right now we see a remarkable percentage 48% of the U. S in drought. It's Brad Rippey, a meteorologist for the U. S. Department of Agriculture. Has four beer. The drought in areas of the Midwest, where a lot of malting barley has grown like North Dakota is potentially concerning conditions air highly variable. We have punishing drought across North Dakota and parts of neighboring states. But there is a strip of dryness and drought that extends across the Midwest is well primarily from Iowa eastward into the lower Great Lakes region. In some areas, planters are stirring up a lot of dust, and it isn't just in the United States. You may not be able to get into Canada, but the drought Can you had a lot of beer? Barley has grown up there. Yeah, really. It's it's an interesting area of coverage for this drought that covers the northern Plains, Southern Canadian prairies and even extends into the northwestern United States. You can see the latest U. S. Drought map on our website just searched the business of food. But for much of Illinois, it's going to be wet. Maybe too wet. We are looking at rainfall totals over the next 10 days that could reach 3 to 6 inches or more across roughly the southern one third of Illinois, But some of the northern counties in Illinois, perhaps an inch or less Brad Rippey, weatherman for the US Together, he also says it's still going to get really chilly, maybe into the thirties. In our area over the next two weaker, So don't put those tomatoes out yet Jim Fizz elves told you as that John's gas yesterday more about the beer barley. I was chatting with an AG professor at North Dakota State University who said about 40% of the barley has been planted. But It's so dry of his seed is just sitting there waiting for moisture or there was enough to germinate. Now it's at risk of dying if the rain doesn't come, and as usual, there are pockets where the crop is doing. Just fine. Like I said, reason for concern, not alarm. No beer drinkers. It is National hoagie Day. Maybe you call it something else. Sub hero grinder. Whatever the name, the sandwich is about the same. That's the business of food on 7 20, WGN. Here's an idea for us, Kev. Let's start a crypto currency, Kev. Coins have Quinn. I think it should be a donut based thing. Honestly, if you throw that out there going like reddit or something, All right, I make some cheddar. Okay,.
"vidic " Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"And then she lost so they want to cancel the electoral college and doing the filibustered up. Russia all kinds of bad legislation through and all this good stuff. Now at the opinion piece, and today's U. S. A today by Kurt Bardella whose little a little tinpot fascist to impeach Trump to deny him post presidency benefits. This is their calling. This is about bitterness. It's about rancor. It's about hate. All right, And this is the Democrat Party again. They built this thing around hating Trump. But they've expanded it over time. And now it's you must hate everyone that voted for Trump 70 some odd million people. You've got to hate supporters of Trump. They've been attacking our cars and people wearing hats and people wearing T shirts for For years now, and they show no signs of relenting on this front. They are a mob. They are a a lynch mob. I'm sorry. The rifle was an SKs rifle, then. Was an SKs. Thank you. Text was an SKs rifle. On. Let's So here's the Here's What use a today then Kurt Bardella calling for upon leaving office. Trump should be the beneficiary. Excuse me, we'll start over get upon leaving office, Trump will be the beneficiary of a number of taxpayer financed benefits just as all former President Jimmy Carter's still collecting his All of which will be wiped out. If he were successfully impeached by the House and convicted by the Senate. Gone would be the $200,000 a year stipend. That's only in government could $200,000 year be considered a stipend. But okay, gone would be the $1 million a year TRAVEL budget Bill Clinton uses that mostly on hookers. Gone would be taxpayer subsidies to finance his office and staff. Why certainly couldn't have that say he's the guy who came to town as a billionaire already? You guys lied and said he wasn't a billionaire and all that stuff. Gone would be the pension for the spouse of the president definitely have to punish the immigrant woman who fled communism only to find herself in America cloaked in this left wing. Think One would be the lifetime secret Service protection. See, this is what you said today is proposing. And what is that based on was that they? Are they fiscal conservatives or something? No, they're bitter, angry, hate filled leftists who want to abuse whatever meager power they have to punish their political enemies punish their political enemies. It is it is something something I gotta tell you truly amazing stuff. This is our This is our media. This is America today in the year 2021 now and I gotta say. Well, I can't wait for 2020 Did t O end well? How do you like the start of 2021 so far? Because this is where we are, Uh, this'd is our this is our Democrat party and it goes right to the top right to the right to the palace. As saying. History the world part one, Um The Democrats. The Democrats are are vindictive, their bitter they're angry. They're organized. They control the house, the Senate and soon well soon the Senate and and the White House. And they have no intention. Well, there's talk of unity is just another load of who we call it hooey that They peddle. And then the news media carries it for them because they're part of the thing. You know that we have a coalition here of the Democrat Party. The big check. Which controls information in the flow of information, and they have all your data on everything from your medical records to your you know your personal foibles to your wants and your dislikes. They own all the information. All right, And we've entered an era that George Orwell never even had nightmares about Thean Formacion age where the information is abused for political purposes by political partisans who are oligarchs in effect. Jack Dorsey's and Mark Zuckerberg's of the world who can trample freedom of speech being practiced by others, as in parlor because they declare it they simply declared, you know, like the Jews are a threat to the to the society into the economy on people on parlor are a threat to society and to peace. And tranquility. And so the Jack Dorsey's of the world You again are completely and utterly in cahoots with one political party, and this is a this is ah, fascinating and dangerous combination of elements. The likes of which we have really never seen before. Um uh, now the SK Aspecto James Hodgkinson. It's a It's a Russian Soviet rifle, not Chinese, but it's another county thing. And it says, you know, he doubtless wanted to ban the, uh James Hodgkinson, The Bernie Sanders volunteer. But they were good enough to you to try to perpetrate a mass political assassination of Republicans shooting one on and nearly killing him. And it was a suicide attack, of course, one of many suicide attacks By Democrats over the last several years. The news media doesn't cover them. All right, You know, they cover Ellen Page saying that she's now a man when she's not, but they say that she is, but but she's not. I'm just here to tell you And it's time that we played. The Emperor has no clothes and started telling the truth about everything. That's why I'm here. And like the anti CNN there is a piece of the Wall Street Journal today, Speaking of crackdowns on freedom of speech and freedom of reach. A piece by Vidic. Rama, Swami Vinick, Rama Swami and Jed Rubenfeld. Save the Constitution from Big Tech is the headline Congressional threats and inducements make Twitter and Facebook censorship. Ah free speech violation And these two very serious and intelligent people write that Facebook and Twitter blamed President Trump and numerous supporters after last week's just write, disgraceful capital, right? And Google, Apple and Amazon blocked Twitter alternative parlor all based on claims of quote, incitement to violence and quote and quote, hate speech and quote Silicon Valley Titans site their ever changing terms of service. But there's selective enforcement suggests political motives. You think so? Conventional wisdom, which is usually conventional and rarely, wisdom holds that technology companies are free to regulate content because they're private, and the First Amendment protects on Lee against government censorship. That view is wrong. They write. Google, Facebook and Twitter should be treated as state actors under existing legal doctrines. Using a combination of statutory inducements and regulatory threats, Congress has co opted Silicon Valley to do Through the back door. What government cannot directly accomplish under the Constitution. And that is, of course, that working in concert hand in glove with the Democrats, they are trampling the free speech of the political opponents of the Democrat Party..
"vidic " Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"$100 billion package that would send direct checks of about $600 to most Americans and provide a new federal boost to unemployment checks. CBS is Stephen Portnoy reporting distribution is underway from Adair knows Vaccine Operation Warp speeds. Doctor once have slowly on CNN. There is light at the end of the tunnel. There are now two vaccines that are approved. They are incredibly effective edification. They will be targeted first to the people who help us stay headed to the health care workers. Former U S surgeon General Vidic Murthy explains to meet the press How soon more Americans will be able to receive the shine? If everything goes well, we may see a circumstance where, by Late spring. People who are in low risk categories can get this vaccine, but that would really require everything to go exactly on schedule. I think it's more realistic to assume that it may be closer to the mid summer early fall, although there's no mandate for students or teachers to get vaccinated about 50 protesters on New York's Staten Island wanted to make sure they said they're not anti vaccine but don't want a shot to be required. Oregon's governor has extended code restrictions in the state. But one local mayor says not in his down. KY ends Hane Heavily reports orders put a wide range of restrictions on what are considered higher risk businesses. From banning indoor dining toe preventing health clubs from operating You wonder why we watch the Blazers and ducks on TV, But we can't work out in our local fitness center. And I think it's outrageous. And these business owners do too, especially when you're being so adversely hurt. And their employees were being hurt. The double standards really need to stop Sandy mayor stand. Pulliam is working with a coalition of local businesses that plan to defy the governor's orders. Starting January 1st conflicting answers from the White House over who's to blame for the cyber intrusion of the federal government. CBS is, Catherine Herridge explains on Twitter. President Trump downplayed the hacks severity and said China, not Russia may be responsible. But Friday, his secretary of state Mike Pompeo, blamed Moscow, saying it was Quote pretty clear Russia was behind it. Another cause of death is surpassing coronavirus in California The San Francisco Chronicle says a record 621 people died of overdoses in the city so far this year compared to the 173 deaths from covert 19. This.
"vidic " Discussed on KCRW
"It's 7 22. This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm David Greene and I'm Steve Inskeep. The man expected to lead President elect Biden's foreign policy has a different perspective on the world. Mike Pompeo, the departing secretary of state leaves behind a legacy of loyalty to Donald Trump. He has replacement has a long history of engaging with other countries. NPR's learned the Tony Blinken Is the choice. He served as deputy secretary of state in the Obama administration. Earlier this year, Blinken spoke at the Hudson Institute, which is a think tank, and he described what he thought foreign policy could look like under Biden. In a Vibe administration, we would see more emphasis. On the end of Pacific more emphasis on our own hemisphere. As well as from sustained engagement I would hope with with Africa and obviously, Europe remains a partner First resort, not a last resort. When it comes to contending with the challenges we face. Let's pick up on that thought about Europe. The relationship with Europe has been difficult under President Trump, who pushed allies to contribute more to defense spending. German Chancellor Angela Merkel has spoken with Biden since his victory and has since said that Europe needs to contribute more to the transatlantic partnership once Biden takes office. A few days ago, I asked Peter Vidic, who served as Germany's ambassador to the US until 2018 why America might have made those remarks. I think she made this statement because she wanted to point to the changes in international relations in recent years. First, Europe is less important to any American president, and it used to be Center of Gravity is not Europe anymore for the U. S. But it's clearly Asia and China in particular. And second, the U. S will not be the policemen of the world anymore. So the obvious conclusion for Europeans and Germans in particular is that we will have to do more for our own security in terms of defense spending and also in terms off security engagement. In our neighborhood, so America will not do this for us anymore. Is there an irony that Merkel would then say, As soon as there's a new president, we really need to step it up. I think it reflects the change off configuration in international relations. Really, I think we are now aware That we have to look after ourselves, and it is also sort of a a gesture towards the new president Biden that we will not come empty handed into this new phase off the Atlantic partnership. Meaning that Europe still needs the United States even if the United States has to spend more of its time focused on Asia and China. Well, there is a debate about this in Europe. But I think most people in Germany would say that this fundamental truth is still unchanged. Your will not be able in the foreseeable future to guarantee its own security without the U. S. We cannot replace Conventional and nuclear capacities off the U. S. So NATO remains for us off most importance to Europe, and therefore we welcome That President Biden is such a strong back O of NATO. You mentioned that the United States is more focused on China. These days, I have heard smart people supportive of the new president here in the United States. Draw a link between Europe and China and say the United States faces this enormous challenge of contending with China and that the way to do that is to collaborate more closely with Europe because the combined economic power of the European Union and the UK and the United States is so enormous that China might More readily have to listen. What do you think of that? Yes, I think the Europeans are totally aware that the rise of China is the strategic challenge for the US in the next decades, and I don't think that many Europeans expect buying to perform a U turn on Sino American relations, given that the consensus in Washington is being tough on China I believe that the U. S should re balance who operation with China on global issues like climate change, etcetera on the one hand with competition and confrontation peaceably, China, On the other hand, maybe in the big political problems that concern all of us, So I think the Europeans would welcome If the new president could work with the Europeans on a joint agenda to address common grievances with China on trade on security, because that would make us stronger we would act as allies. Has two great economic blocs, and it would give us an enormous cloud to address all the concerns we have with China from intellectual property theft, too forced Technology transfer to cyber espionage and the various security risks that a newly assertive China is posing to the world. Peter Vidic was the German ambassador to the United States up until 2018 always a pleasure to talk with you. Thanks. Thank you, Steve. So this next sound might bring back memories, maybe even a chilling sensation. If you took part in the viral challenge of 2014, I'm ready for the ice now. Oprah Winfrey took part in the A less ice bucket challenge more than 17 million other people did the same, having ice cold water poured over their heads for a good cause. That Quinn was co founder of the challenge. He died this weekend at the age of 37 years old Quinn was diagnosed with a L S of the age of 30, and he became an activist for the neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal court. The ice bucket challenge that he created raised $220 million for research. Dr John Landers of the University of Massachusetts Medical School has been working on developing therapeutics for a ls many people that have done the ice bucket challenge often asked me, you know, do you think we'll ever find a cure? And if you would ask me that question 15 years ago, I would say I don't see any Ways she perform. We're gonna get to that. If you ask me today, I would say definitely. The challenge also brought awareness to what the disease is, and also the impact it has on the lives of those living with it. Here's Pat Quinn from earlier this year after he had lost the power to speak. He's heard through a computerized voice. Legacy. What an incredibly powerful word. The idea of legacy may bring your mind to death, but it's most certainly not about death. It's about creation. You create your own legacy every day and the way you live in how you live, and thanks to his legacy research into LS treatment continues..
"vidic " Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I'm David Greene and I'm Steve Inskeep. The man widely expected to lead President elect Biden's foreign policy has a different perspective on the world. Mike Pompeo, the departing secretary of state leaves behind a legacy of loyalty to Donald Trump is reported. Replacement has a long history of engaging with the world. Multiple news organizations say Tony Blinken Is the choice. He served as deputy secretary of state in the Obama administration and is a longtime adviser to bite. Earlier this year, Blinken spoke at the Hudson Institute a think tank and described what he thought foreign policy could look like under bite. And by the administration, we would see more emphasis on the end of Pacific more emphasis on our own hemisphere. As well as from sustained engagement I would hope with with Africa and obviously, Europe remains a partner First resort, not a last resort. When it comes to contending with the challenges we face. Let's pick up on that thought about Europe. The relationship with Europe has been difficult under President Trump, who pushed allies to contribute more to defense spending. German Chancellor Angela Merkel has spoken with Biden since his victory and has since said that Europe needs to contribute more to the transatlantic partnership once Biden takes office. A few days ago, I asked Peter Vidic, who served as Germany's ambassador to the US until 2018 why America might have made those remarks. I think she made this statement because she wanted to point to the changes in international relations in recent years. First, Europe is less important to any American president than it used to be. The center of Gravity is not Europe anymore for the U. S. But it's clearly Asia and China in particular. And second, the U. S will not be the policemen of the world anymore. So the obvious conclusion for Europeans and Germans in particular is that we will have to do more for our own security in terms of defense spending and also in terms off security engagement. In our neighborhood, so America will not do this for us anymore. Is there an irony that Merkel would then say, As soon as there's a new president, we really need to step it up. I think it reflects the change off configuration in international relations, really? I think we are now aware that we have to look after ourselves. And it is also sort of a a gesture towards the new president Biden that we will not come empty handed into this new phase off the Atlantic partnership. Meaning that Europe still needs the United States even if the United States has to spend more of its time focused on Asia and China. Well, there is a debate about this in Europe, but I think most people in Germany Would say that this fundamental truth is still unchanged. Your will not be able in the foreseeable future to guarantee its own security without the U. S. We cannot replace Conventional and nuclear capacities off the U. S. So NATO remains for us off most importance to Europe, and therefore we welcome that President Biden is such a strong backer of NATO, You mentioned that the United States is more focused on China these days. I have heard smart people supportive of the new president here in the United States. Draw a link between Europe and China and say the United States faces this enormous challenge of contending with China and that the way to do that is to collaborate more closely with Europe because the combined economic power of the European Union and the UK and the United States is so enormous that China might More readily have to listen. What do you think of that? Yes, I think the Europeans are totally aware that the rise of China is the strategic challenge for the US in the next decades, and I don't think that many Europeans expect buying to perform a U turn on Sino American relations, given that the consensus in Washington is being tough on China I believe that the U. S. Should rebalance who operation with China on global issues like climate change, etcetera on the one hand with competition and confrontation piece of the China On the other hand, maybe in the big political problems that concern all of us, So I think the Europeans would welcome If the new president could work with the Europeans on a joint agenda to address common grievances with China on trade on security. Because that would make us stronger. We would act as allies as two great economic blocs, and it would give us an enormous cloud to address all the concerns we have with China from intellectual property theft, toe forced technology transfer to cyber espionage and the very security risks. Had a newly assertive China is posing to the world. Peter Wittig was the German ambassador to the United States up until 2018 always a pleasure to talk with you. Thanks. Thank you, Steve. Yeah. So this next sound might bring back memories, maybe even a chilling sensation. If you took part in the viral challenge of 2014, I'm ready for the ice now. Oprah Winfrey took part in the A less ice bucket challenge more than 17 million other people did the same, having ice cold water poured over their heads for a good cause. That Quinn was co founder of the challenge. He died this weekend. At the age of 37 years old Quinn was diagnosed with a less of the age of 30, and he became an activist for the neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal court. The ice bucket challenge that he created raised $220 million for research. Dr John Landers of the University of Massachusetts Medical School, has been working on developing therapeutics for a ls many people that have done the less ice bucket challenge often asked me, you know, do you think we'll ever find a cure? And if you would ask me that question 15 years ago, I would say I don't see any Way, shape or form. We're gonna get to that. If you ask me today, I would say definitely. The challenge also brought awareness to what the disease is, and also the impact it has on the lives of those living with it. Here's Pat Quinn from earlier this year after he had lost the power to speak. He's heard through a computerized voice. Legacy was an incredibly powerful word. The idea of legacy may bring your mind to death, but it's most certainly not about death. It's.
"vidic " Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Were back we are back and I want to talk about a gentleman was seventy one years old was born in Bulgaria is remaining in his origin is Armenian he's seventy one is married and he came to us with the right kidney cancer he was seen by a doctor doctor did a biopsy of the mass and the kidney issues having blood in the urine and often blood as a warning sign biopsy was done which showed this year of papillary urothelial cancer of the kidney the surge neurologist urologist as a surgeon operates in the urinary system wants to remove the kidney and the ureter well the patient had a CT scan it shows this mass in the kidney biopsy showed positive and the patience to order twenty four pounds see works he's fully active and he doesn't want to lose kidney does not want to have his kidney removed any came to me because he just doesn't agree with the urologist urologist and given many options there just said well you have to remove the kidney and the ureter that means you lose half of his kidney function and need me to kind of on one kidney and the knows that with since you have kidney cancer often multiple cancers develop over the years and what would you do that if you had a cancer the opposite kidney he'd rather have no removal of the kidneys rather have radiosurgery and that's a treatment is chosen I saw him this week a lovely man and were mapping out the treatment to start his treatment immediately so she was a doctor later on how long you have to wait to get treated my say well the decision is up to you we don't believe in making people wait when you wait with cancer some through the people who wait the big hospital six months or nine months one six months or nine months to cancer can travel in three months of cancer could travel in two months ago answer could travel good travel when you're not expecting it just because you had a cat scan last month doesn't mean the cancer stopping their cancer doesn't stop for Christmas or new year's or fourth of July no so this man wants to be treated he wants to save his kidneys upset that the urologist did not tell him about all the options we do I'm happy to talk about all the options chemotherapy doesn't cure kidney cancer surgery is a radical procedure removing the kidney in this case where he doesn't want that and that's why I came here a listener of radio listener like you hold on get a second opinion and I know that radio listeners save lives even our website his listeners save lives dot com listeners to save lives dot com I was speak about a sixty year old man he's a man whose got four kids and it was fine and well he was found to have the cancer he found the cancer he was found to have a cancer's tonsil and two thousand eight he had chemo and radiation and will allow the cancers come back it's come back his lyrics and the doctors want to listen to this they want to remove his voice box put in a tray so never breathe again normally he would never speak because they're also going to remove his pharynx okay Sir had a prior radiation all the time so your chemo radiation about a decade ago now is the second cancer in the voice box area the doctors want to remove the voice box you would breathe through a hole in his neck he would never eat again his pharynx would be removed his lyrics would be removed whatever feeding tube in and he'd never eat or speak again and he's here with me to see about the second opinion this is the work we do he's a man who's working man he wants to do everything you can to save his quality of life and he's very reluctant to go through the surgery is being offered at this big super duper place now you can send why people come here when the surgeries or sol radical so radicals so many people are motivated to come here for a fresh second opinion this man here to try to save his larynx to save his eating and to save his speaking that's why he's here and this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway thirty eighth street in the heart of New York City and once the guy about a woman who was born in Warsaw Poland she's marriages to children should ultrasound done year ago and well she was found to have a kidney cancer should a biopsy of the kidney though she's scheduled to have this kidney removed one of the biggest hospitals in New York City next week Friday and she came to me yesterday I look at all her documents as an endophytic mass it's a mass from the kidney the left proper kidney growing into the kidney often kidney cancers grow out of the kidney X. of Vidic this is and the fed ex to three point two centimeter mass in altruism should a biopsy showed an MRI all over months actuaries should doctors knew about this almost a year ago and she said no treatment yes you can say wow we just talked about a few minutes ago so many big hospitals patients wait months and months to get treatment and then the treatment they're talking about is remover kidney and she's just adamant against removing this kidney and she's so afraid that she is scheduled for surgery and she's so afraid to call up the doctors say Hey I don't want that surgery but she doesn't want that service does not want the surgery he doesn't want to lose the kidney says wanted to the point the surgeon and I told her look your first priority has to be to yourself and if you don't want the surgery and you know now there's non invasive treatment in the surgeon really was obliged to tell you about all the options and didn't the surgeon never told her about all the options the surgeon only told her about surgery what a surprise the first place you heard about all the options was here at radio surgery New York cancer treatment center in the heart of New York City where we see patients with newly diagnosed cancers and recurrent cancers of suspected cancers and we often treat patients who just do not want to have the usual treatment like that man who did not want to have his larynx and is fair X. removed and never eat or speak again for the rest of his life or this woman from Warsaw Poland who just does not want to have.
"vidic " Discussed on KFI AM 640
"We and this was something that of course we knew was going to happen and that is the second that Bernie Sanders gave up the ghost in the nomination process for the democratic nomination president immediately there was talk of any wouldn't endorse any says specifically I'm not endorsing until my policies become part of Joe Biden's and the democratic party's policies and follow usually the nominee because Joe Biden's a moderate and Bernie Sanders is not so no surprise so they have come together sounds like a song and the two of them have put together a group of forty eight lawmakers all lawmakers labor leaders a condom is academics activists and this signals what the Democratic Party platform is going to look like going forward which whole area sweet to me well that's not true either about to say it means nothing the platform means actually nothing because of course once the election happens all that disappears but through the nominating process and it's automatic the Joe is Biden is going to be the nominee of course much like we know that the president is an obviously be the nominee what the what the platform does this is really tell us where the democratic party's going to go in there two choices that's it it's either going to stay moderate which it will more so than go left wing wild bass liberal not even liberal socialist or there's gonna be something in between and that's what's going to happen but which way it's gonna lean as far as a platform goes we don't know there's a very good reason why Joe Biden is seriously considering going far more left then he would normally go and that's because he needs Sander followers the Warren followers to get excited about his campaign Joe Biden is milquetoast Joe Biden doesn't get anyone excited Donald Trump gets everyone his base excited matter fact they're gonna be more people more excited about voting against Donald Trump then voting for Joe Biden and that happens more often than not so they put together this task force the two of them and it's a coalition there building and it's just the whole areas are and for example on climate change right Biden picks up former secretary of state John Kerry R. as head as co chair if they were both sides got a quote coco chair who to Sander pick Alexandria Ocasio Cortez he's done pretty well for a fresh person congressperson hi I'm thinking it's a freshman anymore because I think that's off the table and so we move on that was for climate change education now we don't know who the hell these people are hi heather got me policy adviser does for standard Iten picks that represents about marsia fudge former chair of the congressional black caucus okay those are important for health care Sanders picks are representative Pramila Jayapala who wrote the error Medicare for all bill in my house so that tells us something and all right Brighton picks former U. S. Sen Surgeon General Vidic Murphy this is almost as a kid you would die a pick your own teams you have a captain and the captain then you have both sides picking players everybody get together I pick him then I take him back to her then I then this person that's what's going on here immigration Mari Elena in coppia and that's this is Sanders pick she's director of the immigration law center and Biden picks are representative Lucille Roybal all all or the original author of the dream act okay so no surprise it's goes right down the line everything from wild **** left AS switch I. Sanders picked prison because he Cortez and right down the line to moderate and that is the question of which way it's going to go and how much influence does Sanders actually half and I in terms of philosophy I don't think Biden gives a rat's about Sanders in terms of his voters and his supporters he's got to go every place to grab them and engage and excite them that's what all this is about all right coming out holy smokes Batman is no more backs okay that was bad all right we'll come back KFI am six forty handle here let's check in with Jennifer can you hear me shaking my head from here right are you shaking your it was a story no we know more Batman Batman I think we're good thanks John talk about news Loyola Marymount university student has sued for a refund for the cost of classes this semester classes were moved online because of the pandemic the student who filed a class action complaint.
"vidic " Discussed on WGN Radio
"Super reliable superfast nationwide network that'll keep everyone in your family happy so switch today step up with boost mobile Vandervell WGN traffic central another forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center here's meteorologist Mike Cameron Nick so patchy fog out there this morning that a bird off rather quickly otherwise we call it a mix of clouds and sun look for high forty eight at the airports forty four the lake front and fifty three in the south and southwest suburbs tonight partly cloudy patchy late night fog low thirty two for tomorrow partly sunny milder high of sixty degrees with a chance of showers late on Wednesday night on Thursday cloudy chance for light rain or drizzle high forty nine Friday cloudy with occasional rain high fifty and on Saturday windy and warmer scattered showers and thunderstorms and a high of sixty four from the WGN weather center my camera it's thirty four at o'hare and midway thirty three along the lakefront X. thirty one this morning in Joliet here's where Kobe nineteen stands this morning the latest stats from Illinois and around the world Illinois now has twelve hundred eighty five confirmed cases of covert nineteen including two hundred thirty six new cases added yesterday a total of twelve deaths now in Illinois new numbers appear to show co Vidic nineteen is expanding around the world as well more than three hundred eighty thousand people are now infected more than sixteen eight thousand have died in Panama thirteen year old girl has died from the virus proving that young people are also vulnerable Italy continues to be a hot spot reporting over fifty five hundred new cases but there is a little bit of encouraging news the number of deaths in Italy has dropped for the second day in a row since reaching a high of seven hundred ninety three on Saturday Illinois officials continue their efforts to get more personal protective equipment those are P. P. ease for those on the front lines of the corona virus pandemic governor Pritzker announcing the state has secured nearly two point five million N. ninety five masks one million surgical masks eleven thousand gloves in ten thousand single personal protection kits the governor is now asking for help from owners and operators of tattoo shops nail salons an elective surgery centers across.
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"Well at that time of the show again what we say happy birthday to Vincent Jonathan Randall Jeff Williams Stephen Ryan Catherine in net LC Rezaei and Brenda bass Michael number Brad clear refer back to Regina Roland Carla George three by Janis door birth nor bad nor nor birch usually Norbert Dorothy Todd Donald masanya Melinda Vidic Carlaw through Steve Maria Maryland marquees in Benson and Jonathan a very Happy Birthday to all of you this weekend and while we're talking about birthdays you know one of the I guess one of the the the good things about turning seventy right now there's about ten thousand nine hundred if you turning seventy today that's right ten thousand nine hundred of your turning seventy today yes the great gift from the government blues last December twentieth was the secure act why because they allowed you to extend your warranty it's seventy two so with all of the fluctuation in the marketplace so we're currently experiencing I guess the silver lining one of the silver lining the couple walked irate maybe another one of the silver linings is the market will be back I do believe the market will be back is as trivial as it is right now LD should I could be forced to take money out of your fire raced now having said that I'm going to repeat myself here again we had Donnell financial group believe in in taking risk off the table and the one thing that we all know is when you have a higher rate a qualified account something this tax preferences you could be getting in and getting it out without worrying about tax consequences so I'm hoping that your financial adviser took some risk off the table got you out of the market last week wouldn't it be great to talk to hold it for you what was wrong with taking risk off the table I talked about at the beginning of the show we are fiduciaries Addo doll financial we we do what's in your best interest out there I know you say well how did you know get all the market talked about this before more a strategic asset class manager starts with that okay we believe in buying and holding we're going to build your body good companies we're going to build all weather portfolio but and this is the big by we don't believe that you need to for you we believe that you can get off the roller coaster at the top or before starts gaining too much momentum on the way down so we believe in buying and holding but not holding forever when the trends are not our friends in we were we're on TV I get **** like it illustrates is much better for you but you fall the market you don't want to see a pattern of lower lows like we're seeing right now we want to see a pattern of higher highs and when we decide to get back into the market we're not going to get back into the market until we start seeing stability of the eight four team being built if you will and then we're going to want to see some some slack some steps going up higher heights that's going to be the trigger and they look we're not always right what were you looking for opportunities to get our clients and I would suggest you would do it all at once but maybe a little bit here a little bit there a little bit here a little bit there that's kind of the approach to get back in because.
"vidic " Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Into twenty twenty the music room promises to continue to be a crucial part two frontline from both sides so now music fans are on the look out not just for the latest pop song for the latest protest and the release and gently Swedien channel this is the phone call is also the home of our next guest the comedian Vidic mobile Bonnie physics heritages Indian and his family's lived in the city for generations he first started comedy after entering and winning a local standup competition in just a few days he's become one of the city's most popular performers make your is his love for the jokes in both English and Cantonese I spoke to the bank about his comedy and how the city's ongoing protests reflected in he shows I would say like on observational comedian as in I like to look at life in kind of ask why and then try to find it funny angle of it and we told people so for example here in Hong Kong where all by efficiency and get stuff done so I always tell people that the way we find joy in Hong Kong is unlike anywhere else in the world happiness will Hong Kong is when you're alone and left and you see somebody's running towards the left and you hand pressed to the door close button on then and at the door the clothing happiness Keith increasing because you like I I'm in and you're not I'm in and and the final victory of getting into the left and the door deciding just like I win that's not very nice I'd like to think I'm that he would hold the left open for somebody else all of that's that's a big thing over here because everyone else in the lift waiting is going to look at you think like who made you a leader what is that guy always size up because he was a busy they just wanna get get to where they need to get to it's really highly competitive and I tell people Hong Kong is like a game you have to kind of know the place as in like that's what the game is all about it's about getting their first what's the difference between performing standup in Cantonese and performing stand up in English I would say honestly it's mostly the audience's level of acceptance and also knowledge of this culture so for example in an English show you would have people come to the show and if they sit in the front row there ready to go to king okay I'm get picked on a play around with a comedian of the fun kind of a deal but in Cantonese shows because the culture of comedy or at least the western style of comedy is so new people may sit in the front row not realizing that the committee may talk to them so I've had shows where I'm on stage and I see these to go sit in the front row in a tiny cell and I'm like Hey what's your name and one girl looks at her friend and looks like and I have to look at a friend to you what you don't know your name what's going on but they were thinking why is he talking to me I don't want to interrupt the show at the same time you've got the Asian mentality of we don't want to lose face another with I don't want to be the only one embarrassed in the group that's why I never say the front row accommodation I see you know your place you know why you want to enjoy the show in which way you want to enjoy it some people don't realize they think I'm here early on when it's in the front row the major the jewels first why should I hear secondhand jokes with someone else's years and they don't realize that the front row has a price you have to pay it's not a cultural difference in Asian culture we do have a thing called like face as in you don't want to be the only one in bass in a group so what happens is that people are really adamant as in like Hey don't just pick on me don't make me look bad but people do my laughing together but dole may be the only one who's being laughed at so if you were to tell a joke in English you might tell a joke about or make fun of one's a particular person in the audience but in like a Cantonese show you would tend to avoid that or at least establish that Hey I'm here with you I'm making fun of myself and you as well you're not alone on this so it's a little bit changing the way you pick on certain people are joke about certain things Hong Kong at on a more serious note easy in the midst of major political turmoil how is reflected in the comedy scene do you hate people joking about politics in the process on stage do you think about it it's half and half sometimes the audience I to come to shows to kind of get away from the reality that we're stuck in every day because in the news day in and day out is just you know what's going on in Hong Kong half the audience actually enjoy the fact that they come to shows and if the comedian this to avoid politics it is like a high that's a fresh air for me you know a breath of fresh air at the same time you can avoid this topic obviously when something really bizarre happens you want to kind of comment on it and make fun of it then we also come in the territorial like if the two soon certain things are still very sensitive certainly that have happened you like a you know what give us some time to kind of digested they'll make fun of it yet because the news is happening so often that what happened two weeks ago is no longer the hot topic because something crazy just happened this week as well you have those challenges however my style of comedy is not necessarily a mockery I'm not the type of guy to say I did you see what the government said ha ha idiots you know that's not my style my cell is kind of looking at it and going why would they do that or even going that well you know what is silver lining is this so for example one of the things I used to joke about is how the protests in Hong Kong has actually forced everyone to improve their English skills for example when you're out marching you which had certain slogans and people will be very very careful to make sure your chat to grammatically correct you're pronouncing every single where properly signaling misunderstand what we're saying for example one of the slogans is five demands not one less and initially when we first started it people were making the mistake of saying five demands no one less and you would actually have people on the streets going hang on if it's not one left of the no one likes it doesn't make sense and he will have to go back and practice and I'll just funny funny I'm like wow this is like such a Hong Kong thing that even legal protest we want to get full marks the Hong Kong comedian Vizag move Bonnie we have plenty more comedy for you in the coach frontline including the comedians rob the lady and the ceremony and.
"vidic " Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Meant to bash brought to my mother's one city councilman saying I know you can't talk to the press but you can come to me. she also said I think it's very brave of you to be here today yeah we'll have to see if the doctor stopped. firefighters jumped up from their chairs gave a standing ovation. the main thing. goldmine Vidic need me to do he literally said I can do my job because I feel that the boss is like looking over my shoulder and like brothers and really you can't do your job when somebody's looking at what you're doing. and says cops you the same arguments to fight any change in the near one the public or PC how do you alarms on the convenience by suggesting that what we're doing is making the public unsafe welcome to vox vodka bonsai if they can't do their job because they're afraid then that's unsafe for the public where how awesome I did not feel the same way after the meeting she gave this interview to local news now did last season to go full tuition to an assessment of shift from the help in in need extra money in a shiny plus we are crucial commitment to shut it down she says of course it's very worrying if they don't have a good work environment that can indirectly affect their ability to do their jobs well my. and we do have to take these firefighters concern seriously. after that city council meeting lane you he was running out of options. the council had lost faith in him the mayor was not on his side and four hundred firefighters more than half.
"vidic " Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Kid just incredible one for him from Canada. that ended last as well. such a such a special moment on how to enable somebody with joins five other players in them and they'll be history with three or more no hitters including Nolan Ryan sandy Koufax and cy young elsewhere the rays bested the Indians eight to two in that game Cleveland Carlos Carrasco came out of the bullpen got a standing ovation from the crowd in his return from a treatable form of leukemia the twins are raised the Tigers eight three right talks of the angels forty three back in the nationally cardinals and red split a doubleheader Saint Louis took the opener in walk off fashion forty three Harrison better at the game winning single Cincinnati one that I cap five to three the Dodgers top the Diamondbacks eleven forty three national secure the Marlins nine to three in an interleague play was the Braves to be the white Sox by final of five to three NFL one day after roster cuts the jets claim for players on waivers equity kicker Corey Vidic for the Vikings Taylor bird a light wave having missed three long field goal attempts in Thursday night's preseason finale the giants claimed one out Cody Korean tackle Eric Smith also signed former jet set in Eric Tomlinson was just released Saturday they place corner Sambil on injured reserve though he is eligible to return after sitting out six weeks college football forthright Oklahoma be Houston forty nine thirty one quite the Sooners debut for J. let her to transfer Malabang a for for three touchdowns ran for three more he racked up five hundred and eight yards of total offense US open stand for Frank goes on to the quarterfinals as the men's top seed and defending champion Novak Djokovic retired from the match because of a shoulder injury down two sets and trailing in the third was actually booed off the Ashe stadium court and felt bad about the whole thing hold it others can respect me in my decision and I'm sorry for the crowd obviously they came to see a full matching. yes.
"vidic " Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"I didn't know that the the list of. it's pretty small. this is a list of six now including Nolan Ryan and sandy Koufax inside young of our lender their courtesy of eighteen T. sports that he struck out fourteen and allowed only a first inning walk the rays head of the Indians eighty two Cleveland Carlos Carrasco applauded by both teams received a standing ovation from the crowd making his return from leukemia the twins best of the Tigers eight three red Sox top the angels forty three nationally cardinals and red split a doubleheader Saint Louis took the opener forty three Harrison bait or the game winning single in the ninth Cincinnati when the night cap five to three the Dodgers at Saddam a VAX eleven forty three the nationals to care the Marlins nine to three in an interleague play the Braves dump the white Sox five to three NFL roster moves on the day after cut down from ninety to fifty three the jets claiming for players including kicker Corey Vidic for the Vikings so Taylor Burton what was waived after missing three field goal attempts in the preseason finale the giants claimed wideout Kofi corn tackle Eric Smith also signed former jet set in their Tomlinson and place corner Sam B. on injured reserve though he is eligible to return after six weeks hello letter just cut by the giants Saturday lands on the eagles practice squad college football forthright Oklahoma the Houston forty nine thirty one Jalin hurts made his suitors debut after transferring from Alabama and it was one to remember three touchdowns in the air three more on the ground five hundred and eight yards of total offense lastly U. S. open standard break a moving on to the quarterfinals as men's top seed and defending champ Novak Djokovic was forced to retire down two sets trailing in the thirties been bothered by a shoulder injury also advancing Roger Federer and Serena Williams while ash body Caroline a pledge of a and Madison keys were all eliminated. thank you Richard..
"vidic " Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Of the cardinals now but the second wild card spot it's been a remarkable turnaround yeah it's fun to watch now like the stadiums packed you're watching the Manulife okay that this looks different now because about a month and a half ago it was like are we sellers now the sudden they're not sellers they're actually contenders I come I like watching baseball now when it matters to it does every game seems to matter more when you watch the Mets look up there Mickey Callie was having to apologize for not apologizing enough people questioning general manager brought even when you do of course was a agent before became the general manager suddenly the mats are interesting you know nothing else will see this continues down the stretch and into September well when you with the raiders you you won't do the value of a good kickers you ever C. C. Bassa Bassett Jankowski one of the more interesting players for lack of a better term in the history the I felt everyone exactly but more often than not with that big old tank lined up to kick that ball it was going through the uprights no matter what the distance was there is a value in that right it's a big huge value and so that value has been added because we had a trade for a kicker which is extremely rare in the NFL but the ravens have a surplus because they have Justin Tucker the most accurate kicker in the history of the NFL whether we missed an extra point last year for the first time since high school which was absolutely insane so they have traded the ravens have cari vet Vic to the Vikings for a fifth round pick that Vic made for field goals including a fifty five yarder in the ravens preseason opener the Vikings for use Vidic as their kicker or punter a source told Schefter and that's interesting too because the listen when you only have forty six active roster spots the idea that you don't need to pick up to for kicking is a huge advantage yeah it's never it's forty six on game day right I technically say forty three because you mentioned that you've got to use the punter long snapper and the kicker right now you can actually take forty four guys you got what but you're going to need some type of back up they still haven't gotten over Blair Walsh yeah think about the Minnesota Vikings where wash the kid give me against the Seattle Seahawks like that kid has changed the way that franchise thinks about ticket there is no like home when the field worker walks out in Minnesota no there's no comments like Mike Zimmer still on pins and needles every time a kicker walks out there yeah by the way speaking of kickers the jets kicker channel Cannizzaro has retired after one one in three of the eighties against the giants and you mentioned Blair wall she still available speaking of the the active roster is the dumbest thing in the world that you have fifty three players but can only play forty six that's a stupid thing of all time your if your pain everybody the same they're not practice squad players right if you should not have to deactivate seven guys just because especially in a game where you know people are going to it role in the NFL but you got to pay everybody but you can't use seven on what is actually not the dumbest role track out of push back on yet it works the route the National Football League you have to dress forty six you've got seven guys what do you got a got is injured okay he's not playing today that's fine he still on your roster you can hold off but if you need to bring someone else in that's where the roster changes it it works to a point for this every team is working with the same amount everybody's working with fifty three right in the same about the same fifty three is one guy is injured you got a look at your roster say whose most important you know what I've been that in down the roster before where they come up to you and say look hurt we were down to offense of linemen today we got to sit you down for a week we got to bring an extra offense Lyman I get it but every teen goes through though I I every everything goes to it there's just no reason for them to go through there's no reason for you paying fifty three guys on a sport where you know people to get hurt every Sunday have your entire Cobham ready to roll makes no sense to me what is gonna stash one guy who can't play like basically yes available that you're paying I know it's a crazy everyone that you're giving actual money do should be available for about one two three players on the roster on the live one player can't play I can't bring all fifty three Anita extra guide to replace one guy right now if you'd met sued fell right before the backup quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles he's out six weeks so I still got to keep that fifty three one one guy can't you lane anyway yeah it's not it's not like you're to me if there's a salary cap issue I understand right but you're paying them all the same anyway you might as well have more available to you we got to figure out who also that roster is probably least valuable you gotta go gotta go all just bring somebody else if there's no role makes no sense it should never happen that should be the thing that I would absolutely you can only dress sixty five you got a hundred roster but you don't dress sixty five sixty five is good process if the five guys on an NFL team I don't agree with that same group for five spend the rosters we are finding the common ground all right coming up why the young guns are bucking the trend in the sport built on integrity and rules except for this one rule we'll get to that after this word from ziprecruiter you know hiring used to.