9 Burst results for "W. O. A."

"woa " Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

03:21 min | 3 months ago

"woa " Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"Had to be at this point in time properly moved the right way if he's going to have at least that last run at a title. He can, you know, he can't afford to go straight into, like I said, the front door is even if guys like Tony Harris and who's basically young. You know, reinvented their careers and things of that nature. He has to basically, you know, try to guilty Ken right now. And then maybe seal that last title shot and then you don't go to the window and you don't sail into the wind. Jake, let me throw one more at you before we get out of here. MJ Ahmed dalia versus Stephen Fulton, all the belts in a 122 pounds. Give me the percentage chance we see that fight before the end of the year. I'd say pretty close to zero. I sadly, I agree. I want to believe it can happen. The problem again is it's the mandatories that get in the way. So MJ still has at least one woman mandatory, if not two. I think crazy a is somewhere in the mix as well. So for now, you have to get the idea of guide to step out of the way. Show them givens is involved in this career. And I put this on Twitter. I said, this is the moment where Al goes to Sean gibbons and to palace's team. It says, give me a number, a step aside number, that I can go to mastering wins. Then you go to Eddie and say, hey, we're willing to have this guy stand down for this price. And then we'll deliver Stephen Fulton, whether it happens on his own or showtime. That is the only way I see the fight happening before the end of the year. I just don't believe it's going. So I think, I don't know. I'm more inclined to believe Stephen Fulton wound up fighting in a way than he'll wind up fighting them. I hate to say it. It's definitely not. It is funny. I was talking to MJ last week and we were talking about the Fulton fight. He's like, look, it feels like I've got 5 mandatories. Stephen Fulton has none. He's like, I don't know what's going on that side of the street. But I'm caught up in all these mandatories. You're right. There has to be a conversation because that's the fight. And in it for the knock medallion of jemele. You can't let promotional network issues get in the way either. You should tell these guys whoever's got the highest bid. Make the fight happen. Because this is your absolutely. Probably best chance. Maybe your biggest chance to make the most make a lot of money. You know, to make 7 figure paydays perhaps as a headliner for an undisputed title. No, you're right. I mean, you guys say you guys, I don't know. And it's funny because like Jake said the mandatory surprise as big as entities and me. I mean, I was a big fan of that. I was trying to, you know, get valid as and say, hey, when you, again, boom. Nope. Stevenson, nope. We don't want to hear it. I mean, I never again, since I got the ring from the front and fight literally the next day coming back to America, I had a letter from the WOA. We.

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"woa " Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 4 months ago

"woa " Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We're playing air guitar in the studio Yeah it's one of those days we're rocking out We totally are I saw you playing your drums your air drums over there The only type of drums I know how to play It's what we do on a Friday's eve It is also known as Thursday June 9th 2022 Carol massar Tim stenog live in a Bloomberg interactive broker studio streaming on YouTube not rocking it out stocks Again unless you're short this market Yeah down for a second day in a row It's all about those global growth concerns Don't prisoner matching them at the top there That's on our mind the ECB of course weighing in earlier today but Carol we've got the same worries here in the U.S. Oh my God absolutely So we've also got with that in mind Another day when we want to bring you some of the most red on the Bloomberg Top of that list and what Tim was talking about how inflation is topping 10% on key items that we all just can't avoid This story has your name written all over because you've been talking about this Who cares about core versus noncore right I don't live just a core life We don't None of us do Another one that we're keeping an eye on the ex BlackRock rising star who has no regrets about leaving Wall Street And then we've got the story that is the most read the Bloomberg big take it's the cover of the new Asia Bloomberg businessweek and woa the cover image alone you will love you have to check it online It's also kind of interactive We're going to tell you about oracle's Larry Ellison being dubbed the lord of lanai for all the wrong reasons Yeah this is a really good one plus a detail about Tom Cruise in there that you do not want to miss Plug powers CEO on bringing hydrogen to Europe and also we're talking about a new book good arguments How debate teaches us to listen and be heard a really important one for right now Washington are you listening They're not No they are not but they should be All right let's get.

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"woa " Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:08 min | 4 months ago

"woa " Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"When we come together to go cross audience TV radio YouTube to dissect what is of light volumes day a lower stock market but just don't call it rebalancing I won't call it rebalancing I don't know what I'm gonna call All I know is we're bouncing around again If we're looking for some outperformance once again those Chinese stocks that trade in the United States you guys know I like to go there a lot at its highs up about 5 and a half percent still holding on to about a 3% gain This as it seems like some of the lockdowns in China are easing some better than expected economic news Keep in mind the NASDAQ golden dragon China index on track for its first monthly gain since October snapping a 6 month losing streak Wow I know woa I want to talk airlines here because we're seeing some interesting moves They were down as much as 3.2% earlier in the day They did move higher just in the last hour but now they're lower again about three tenths of 1% The story throughout the day has really been about that renewed jump in oil prices that we have seen a pullback this afternoon in oil prices but they were underperforming the major indices earlier in the session I know some interesting headlines of course coming out of The Wall Street Journal Dow Jones about all the future relationship between OPEC and Russia that taking the wind out of some of oil sales but really it doesn't take the wind out of the overall inflationary concerns that the market has that fed over from Europe and we continue to see this S&P 500 off by almost 6 tenths of a percent with 23 points lower on the day the last day in May Dow Jones off by 6 tenths of percent Basically all of them off by about a half a percentage point the NASDAQ to really we're seeing volumes down as well by about ten or 11% The Russell 2000 lagged a choice off by 8 10% today Katie And as we watched that sort of drift lower in the big benchmarks as we hurdle to the last trading day in May the close If you look at the sector level you have some Are we really hurtling We're I'm hurtling I don't know about you Carol Did he ran track and field in college Do you do hurdle I did not hurdle though but in any case if you looked at the sector level we still have two sectors in the green You can see consumer discretionary still hanging on to gains There are a lot of that is Amazon though still up 4.6% but beyond that it's pretty red 9 of 11 sectors in the red right now Yeah and we talk about sort of the moves that we've been seeing in the oil and energy space here In fact ExxonMobil is up as much as 2% here on the day Now down about 1.3% still setting up for what's going to be his 6th straight month of gains here AMC entertainment also flipping into the red had been higher a little bit earlier on the day on the back of a lot of optimism if you will about the results of that new Top Gun movie a real result at the box office here $160 million pulled in Just in North America alone here keep an eye on PepsiCo though It was an interesting note out a little bit earlier Those shares are down about 2% Jeffrey's had an interesting note about how there's a lot of concern here specifically about Pepsi and some of the market law a market share loss losses that it's been seen here to some of its competitors here The idea that Jeffrey is saying through the channels that it's watching is starting to see a lot of other companies take some of Pepsi's market share And then insulet corporation lower by about 11% remember the stock had actually rallied about 24% over the previous 7 sessions big maker of a medical device product So for diabetics there have been a lot of M and a rumors here including by DexCom DexCom coming out and saying no it's not buying this company Those shares down 11% right now Some of the individual movers let's just look at where we've come on the month on the year I mean we are actually now just slightly in the red again once for the month It would seem on the S&P 500 And just look at the torrid time over the year This is a great chart shout out to Dan Curtis You really need to zoom in though if you're going to get your beady eyes on What years these charts are from for our radio audience I'm looking at the fact that we have we basically singled out the years where we've underperformed even more than the 12% sell off we've had thus far in 2022 13% sell off call it now Only basically once in the last well I think it's only since 1970 we haven't performed this badly to start the year And indeed we're seeing the other times that we have performed this badly about 5 in 1931 in the white line we were off by 47% by the end of the year in yellow in 1940 you ended the year down 16% and blue in 1932 you ended the year 15% lower in 1962 a lot of twos there down 11% So now we're currently down 13% Could we be anywhere like the Goodyear in 1970 we're actually managed to power basically flat The likelihood is not It would seem Times are different this time around I don't know boy there's a lot there right To think about And you do wonder coming in a pandemic Like this is just like unlike any other times and some of the geopolitical shocks One thing that's interesting is we do know from day to day right guys that today we're worried about inflation certainly these Eurozone kind of igniting those fears again Sometimes we're worried about growth And Don Fitzpatrick over at George Soros's company saw his fund management He's their top hit She's their top fun person I should say Caught up with Carlisle's David Rubenstein who hosts Bloomberg wealth here And they talked about the prospects of a recession Here's what she had to say There's a lot of discussion about a looming recession.

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"woa " Discussed on A Way with Words: language, linguistics, and callers from all over

A Way with Words: language, linguistics, and callers from all over

05:08 min | 5 months ago

"woa " Discussed on A Way with Words: language, linguistics, and callers from all over

"So all of these things are kind of, again, before the printing press really came about, are these kind of brief moments of standardization. None of them perfect, and none of them complete, and none of them permanent. But each one of them making their small impression upon the language to kind of bring this chaos and madness of English spelling a little, making it a little more regular, although, as you know, there was never any one English. And there was never any one spelling of English. At no point, in the history of English, has it been written just one way. And there were also all these attempts here and there to simplifies spelling or just impose a standardized spelling and usually they didn't work. And I would say that the last the two last things Dan worth remembering and you probably are already ahead of me here in your thinking on this. The two things that had the most impact on standardization and again, those are in suspicious quotes. The King James Bible of 1611 and the rise of dictionaries. And so these are after the printing press, just the constant presence of these in so many homes and schools met that they were the resources that people were reading and turning to when they wanted to decide how to spell a word. If you want two books, I can recommend to you if you're interested. There's one that's I would call this a popular book on spelling. It's by David woolman, WOA and it's called writing the mother tongue from old English to email the tangled story of English spelling and writing is spelled. Writing the mother tongue, and this other one is more academic, but I still recommend it if you're up for just a little something a little more Chewy. The history of English spelling and it's by Christopher upward and George Davidson. They both compliment each other very well in terms of the their scope and their readability. So Dan, in other words, you've raised a vast vast question. That we could talk about for hours and hours now. But try those two books, all right? And we'll link to them on the website. Thank you so much for your call and letting me barely dip my toe into a giant subject. Oh, thanks so much. I really enjoyed this. Call us again sometime, all right? All You know, I'm thinking another reader friendly book that includes a lot of this is Erica O prince book highly irregular about the history of English. It's very, very accessible and addresses a lot of these spelling issues. Yeah, Eric, I writes great articles. If you can find her, it's ARI, KA, okay, and T and we'll link to that on the website as well. 877-929-9673..

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"woa " Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

05:56 min | 5 months ago

"woa " Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"Is the awani, which is a gorgeous craftsman style retreat on the National Register of Historic Places. But also the woa is a really great pick as well for a nice lodge in the park. I have not spent the night in the awani and it's on my list. Somewhere I'd like to be able to afford to expend it at least. I went most recently, which was a few years ago staying at the awani. I went for, they do a holiday season, chefs, food. I've heard of it. Like dinners. And then they have like a wine pairing. I went for that and it was ridiculous in a good way. Excellent. And then you can stay outside the park. Your regular Airbnb is those tend to be as competitive as the campsites. But outside the park, fish camps tenaya lodge is great, especially with the explorer cabins that I mentioned before where you can go on tours into the valley without the reservation system on peak time. But the cool thing about the explorer cabins that I like is they really let you feel like you've got your own comfortable cabin away from hotel life. And you can really walk straight into the wilderness and hit a hiking trail straight from your cabin. Okay. Near hetch hetchy valley the evergreen lodge has rustic cabins, but they also have this really cool all inclusive custom camping package where they set your gear up and provide it for you. So if you want to kind of get a feel but you don't want to deal with the gear and you don't have it, they're really great opportunity. In mid pines, there's auto camp Yosemite, which is a glamping experience that has air streams and cabins and luxury tents. And then most recently for me, I stayed at the chateau de soro in oakhurst, which is near the southern entrance. It's a boutique hotel that has a Gourmet restaurant on property called the elderberry house that people go just for the food, even if they're not staying at the chateau de Cerro. Okay. Now when you're out at oakhurst you're 45 minutes from the valley floor? Yeah. It's about 45 minutes. And right now, at least in September, when I was there, some of that drive is a little sad because there was a fire that went through a number of years ago. So you can still really tell. Sure, yeah, interesting. So dining, you mentioned a couple things there, like the elderberry house, anything else you want to mention in terms of dining? Yeah, so in the park, my favorite, of course, is the awani dining room. It's incredible food. I think they just got a new chef. It does mean leveling up your attire a little bit since there's a dress code, so no shorts or t-shirts or flip flops, which sometimes that's all I have when I'm there. So then the dining room is just a much ambience with a slightly less exclusive error. But getting a drink and sitting on the veranda of the wawona is a really neat experience. But when you're looking at more casual food, it's pretty standard concessions operation with like pizza sandwiches, grilled items, the base camp eatery at Yosemite valley lodge..

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"woa " Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:52 min | 6 months ago

"woa " Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Reason to listen Okay thanks John It's 5 37 on Wall Street time for the tri state business report here's Bloomberg's Ed Corey The pizza principle a mainstay of New York economics for more than four decades says that a slice of cheese pizza will always be the same price as a subway ride Not anymore Prices for plain slices are soaring about three bucks throughout the city The metropolitan transportation authority is freezing fares at $2 and 75 cents Friday's vote by workers in an Amazon warehouse to unionize was a watershed moment for the company Its managed to keep unions out of its U.S. operations for more than a quarter century unless the result is overturned Amazon will have to start talks that could hamper its ability to adjust work requirements and scheduling on the fly Federal Reserve bank of New York president John Williams says well over two thirds of New York City's job losses have been reversed He also says some sectors hit hardest by the pandemic though continue to struggle That's your Bloomberg tries to take business report I'm Ed Corey Thanks Ed It's 5 38 on Wall Street Bloomberg radio is on the air from San Francisco to New York London to Hong Kong Let's check in with our global news team for some of the top stories heard on our 300 affiliate radio stations around the world I'm Steve potus and on ten ten wins in New York We're talking about big pay raises for a company chief executives I'm Courtney donahoe on Carol dean Dallas travelers are rare to go and rising hotel prices aren't stopping them I'm Gina survey and for W CCO in Minneapolis I'm reporting that hundreds of small independent drug stores are accusing united health of shortchanging them by more than a $100 million I've Ed Corey on WOA in San Antonio I'm reporting the Toyota sold nearly 11,100 pickups made in the city in March Mozart some of the stories are.

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"woa " Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"woa " Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"House. But if you will do it the dividends for big because you'll still be able to do it when you're 80 and I said, Really, I was incredulous cycle. Whoa! Oh, look at that point. I wasn't even wondering. I wasn't even knowing for sure. I was gonna live till I was 80 and Yes, I was feeling pretty old already. And he said, no, you you'll be able to do anything you want. When you're 80, he'll be able to travel You'll be able if you'll do it. And I don't mean three times a week. I mean, every single day. Just get up 20 minutes earlier, I was teaching starting at six o'clock in the morning, Right? Just get up a little earlier and do that every day when you get up and don't put it off and say I'll do tomorrow because tomorrow never comes. Do it every single day. And I said, Okay, I think I'll do that. Because I knew I didn't have anybody that we're going to be taking care of me. A lot of women think because they're married. They had a husband that will take care of. Let me clue, you girls. It's not a good plan. Yeah, because you don't have any idea. Nobody will take care of you like you can Amen to that. I mean amen to that. So do you still do those exercises every day? Every single day, every single I have seen Hazel drop and do pushups in front of strangers before so I can test that. She's not just blowing smoke. How long did it take you to get up to 40 push ups. Oh, just a few days. Really? Uh huh. Woa. Wow, that's pretty impressive and see my mother was She came to live with me a few years later, but he already knew how she shuffled along when she walks. It barely scooted her, right? The other And he said you won't be like your mother. You won't be like that. You'll be able to walk. You'll be able to do anything travel, You'll be able to do anything you want when you're 80 and you know when you're 50 years old 80 sounds like a long way way. Yeah. Gets there a little faster than you thought it would. Didn't Yeah, yeah, Got here. It got here. So I called him one day after after our date he had said, you know, Roy. Oh, you're my life because I would have never done that if anybody else and Comey to do it, But I knew you loved me. And I knew that you knew what you were doing that because he was a triathlete already, Right is 58 years old now, and he wears the same size clothes he wore in high school. Self is a fitness. Guru when it comes to taking care of himself, and, um, I just Said. I owe you my life. And he said, Well, Mom, it's not me. It's you, he said. You did it a lot of people, but they haven't done it. You've done it and then so you get the credit for doing it. But really, I I will encourage anyone to To start moving. Our bodies are made to move were not made to beat, just sitting. And actually. Now, if I sit for an hour, I can hardly get out. Get up. I have to get up and stretch and everything. You need an oil. Can Hazel, you just need an oil candle grease. That was joints a little bit. I want to ask you Let's get back to the book 88 keys to living along and purposeful life. I see. I was looking at some of your your Amazon reviews and The book is very highly rated on Amazon and, um, I see a couple people talk about what key specifically spoke to them. And when you talk to people that have read the book, do they say, Oh, my gosh. Key number. Whatever key number this one I really needed to hear that. Are there any that jump out to you that seem to Make the biggest impression on people. I can't say that any certain one and really, I frankly, I don't remember what he is What? I don't I don't have it memorized, but I have had. There was a young lady who came to church about three or four weeks ago. And in our and I walked up to her and talk to her personally to welcome her there and everything. And as we talked a moment she told me that her husband of 37 years 10 years longer than mine was had been living a life double life for eight years or more, And she just opened up to me and I, I went Later after the The service was over. I went to my car and got a book. I carry some in my car all the time. And I said, I want to make you a present of this book, and she has texted be almost Every other day or so ever since then, and tells me Well, I just finished reading this chapter and this okay to me, and she happened to arrive yesterday, too. Back again, and I had her over for lunch for dinner and she was scared all afternoon. We had a great time, along with other people. There were a lot of other people here. I mean, not a lot of several other people, and they kept saying Did you cook this food from scratch, and I said I cooked from scratch all the time. I never buy anything from a box. If you live out of a box, you're just preparing yourself to be putting one. Yeah, you can't. Well, hazel. Hi. I have a little bit of a beef with you personally, because we just had All of our Costa Rica travelers over because our tour guide Jorge and his wife, Alejandra were in the country. So we had everybody over and Hazel brought these dang crackers. Y'all. I don't eat crackers. I just don't. It's not something that I generally eat. I don't know what she put on them. But I ate Hazel. I ate my body weight in those crackers. I could not stop eating them. They were like crackers with crack on them. They were unbelievably good. So, yes. Hazel can cook And don't ever bring those to my house again, Hazel. Never not once because I kept saying to myself, I would go in the kitchen. I get like three of them, and I put them away. And then I would like and 10 minutes later, I'll just go get three more. It'll be fine. Finally. I just begged people just take these out of my house. I couldn't throw them away. They were that good. I was like, I can't. I can't waste these crackers. They're so good. So any crackers spicy Gregers? Yeah. Who knew? Yeah, cooked everything from scratch. We had a garden. Uh, we had a roast yesterday. But we also had carrots from my garden and turnips and turnip greens from my garden. Lot of people turn up their oats turn up their toes and turnips like turnips. But they are they were really good and I fix them. A special way, you know was bacon grease mhm and a little bit of a little bit of brown sugar and vinegar. Lots of vinegar. And Um, just cook them very slow. And yeah, or else that pressure going for five minutes and they are they were just perfect. Let me know I get I get the idea that you probably don't follow written recipes that you have your own way of pinch of this and a little bit of that kind of thing. Is that right? I had a lady lived here. Has rented a room for me for five years. She fell about her in my book. She has passed away now she was eight years older than I and she, I swear I don't think she knew how to run a household. It was crazy, but but she would say to people, Hazel is news recipe is live because I had everything memorized. And I just You know, we did it today. All the time. Maybe we can look forward to a cookbook..

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What's New With WOA, IAC, and VAA

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

01:52 min | 1 year ago

What's New With WOA, IAC, and VAA

"As were recording recording this in early may but it shouldn't. It shouldn't be too long of a turnaround by the time we get everybody together. So we're looking for For a couple of different things. First of all How are things going. Forwards in of america what's What's news over there. What's going on in that organization. Well you know i. Everybody is kind of expecting and not be surprised by. It's kind of a coming out party. Time with the covid cases and deaths and things reducing the protocols Being lifted Here where i am in florida Lots of lots of activities going on so the warbirds community is starting to get back together and and have events to go to and probably the most important note on there and it probably jumps into a couple of other topics. We're gonna talk about later but Sunan fund had their spring break for for pilots and aviation enthusiasts Early april and. I'm happy to report that. They have had on every metric that they measure a forty seven year record breaking event. They had more campers than ever before. The campers stayed longer than ever before they had more aircraft than ever before the aircraft stayed longer than every before they had more people they had more gross revenue And slip back to warbirds commentary. a normal number of tending registered or birds for sun and fun for us is in the one fifties or we had one hundred and seventy-eight warbirds show up so there's pent up demand and we have every reason to expect that frosh cashier venture.

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"woa " Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"woa " Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"If Justin Turner makes these things that I'm not leaving the idea of them stop in a World Series game in the middle of it. I can't. I've got to see it before. I even contemplate that. That's a real thing. Especially because obviously this whole thing was about the Grab to get that money specifically that playoff money. You know that playoff television money them stopping a World Series game If Justin Turner says Now I'm playing Rob Manfred and got some stones? Well, no. I mean, I mean that they mean their regular season protocol, no matter what the player says, would have been to stop the game. Like I mean, the Giants were two minutes away from first pitch, and I understand that the game out and started yet, but that's the rules. You get a positive you cease you stop. You're shutting down looking NFL teams. We got one positive. We shot the whole facility down that minute. So I mean that that's regular season, right in the middle of a World Series game if I get it, But did that? Did someone write that down? Did someone say old? By the way, So here's the protocols for Cho. Did we get a positive? We've got to stop. We had a contact trace. But if it's the World Series Game six, and you only need about seven more outs, then were cool and we're just going to ride this sucker out like I get it. They were in a tough spot. But that's that's why you get the big box. These are the same people that were writing the covert protocols. When the Marlins were having the Corona virus run through their organization, right. They were making up the rules as the thing As it was happening, live way all Well, I mean, like I said, you know what, And when it gets to the World Series, the players could make the decision in the 2012 world. Siri's. We saw Doug Fister took a line drive off. The guy had a glancing shot off the side of his head, and he stayed in the game. I mean, I think there's a pretty good chance he might have been concussed on that play, but to come out for the betterment of His health. No, we stayed in because it was the world. Siri's cares stupid Dodgers. They didn't know where it was, but he wanted to stay. Or your Puerto Rico. You're good to sort of that. Dude, What was what was the name of the XFL? What was the dude? Okay. Hate me now. I don't know. That's all I know. Is that Phil? No. Jeff Woa. What was his name? Um opposition quarterbacks would help but I can't just say name it. D'oh! Super famous moment. The guy who got just crazy concussed. In an XFL game like it was a Joe Flacco. Andy Dalton type deal went straight to the hospital came back for a game six days later, and they did a sideline stadium interview with the guy and they're like, you know, how are you feeling? Are you ready to go? And he did. There's a famous interview where he's just like Let me ask you one question, you know? Am I standing here? Breathing eyes? This the XFL. The plan? What? What? God, Someone help me. What was the guy's name? Braun. Thank you. Jeff. Removal Kosher Purdue know the X nine Yes. Oh, God. Support Have you head coach here? My know that you have them? Yeah. Sound better than Manford Last night. Um, Did you hear that? Marcel's pretty close. Oh, yeah. Maybe even Andy was up with him. The only thing that I saw suggested that sounded like it made a little bit of sense. Is that he was dealing with reverb of getting his words back in his ear, and it just caused him to totally be discombobulated when he's trying to speak. It's that or or Yu guys, I heard you earlier. It's that or Yeah, he's wasted on cough syrup is one of the 21 of.

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