17 Burst results for "Whitecloud"
"whitecloud" Discussed on The Business of Esports
"I just want to read some of these. Christians says i see your point. Paul bringing an amazon. But i feel like the audience. Spectrum is much larger with amazon where oculus hasn't gotten there yet at the price point. Yeah i think we all agree that it it may help. Bring it to a larger audience though Potentially if if to to williams point it's it's a discount mechanism rather than a way to increase profits or revenue. Chris says if that means twenty five percent of gaming versus fifty percent mobile and twenty five percent. Pc he may be right. I mean just to chris's point here who who thinks unity. Ceo prediction will be correct by twenty. Thirty vr ar. Headsets will be as common as game consoles. I think it'll be that much. But i think there there'll be a large rise from where it is today but you think there will still be more consoles in twenty thirty dead so they're both going to be zero. He c missed masterclass. Guys come on. we're all gonna be playing on our phones game. It's the future of gaming stadia and mobile phones. Say i hope this is right. Like i don't want your air to be like flying cars. You know like we all notice be here but they're not like i don't want that to be what's you're the chosen one medium. A army pathfinders live after. Show party grabbing. Whitecloud i guys. I don't drink but please. If you're watching. Feel free to drink. And jeff jimmy william. You guys can always crack open. Some white clause since survived him until they sponsor the show. That's right hilton. Get branded get an official liquor sponsor. Talk to jimmy responsible for on it. I want something really high end. You know what do you prefer like. I want to hear from chad to what they wanna see us. Drinking truly big fan sponsor for business of east sports. We need to know. i like light. Lime. i'm going to go there like that. i'm quad liked. Has this huge into sports. Budweiser They have a whole team focused on it. They're all business so it fits straight. I see the pitch now. This is good stuff. It'd be screenshot. It guys let's let's let's move on. Let's talk about let's talk about something else. let's talk about. This is another deep story. I think so. Let's start with deep stuff. And then i promise i've got some fun stuff coming but this story is it's not so much the story but what sort of comes from the story the discussion that that we can. I think can extract from story which is the headline. Is we yield. Guild games raises four million for the play to earn era of games. Okay and it's talking about a game. Developer called yield guild games. I hate the name actually. Really awful name They raised four million in funding. Of course who would they raise it from none other than the sugar. Daddy of the sports industry bit craft and and and fundamentally what they do is they make games that their whole belief is people should be able to learn earn a living from video games and so that people who play their games should be able to earn real money from them and fundamentally their first game here Which they talk about acce- infinity if you play you earn some in game currency called s. s. l. p. i think and you can trade that for crypto which can then be traded for real dollars. Does anyone think played earn as a business. Model for games is something. That's here to stay. We're going to see entire games built around this or do we think this is flash in the pan because crypto was hot and anything that sort of talks about this like. Where do you guys put played earn on the spectrum. I hate this so much..
"whitecloud" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"The today's episode is sponsored by shady raise. But you know the lawsuits been on my mind so much. I've been wanting to talk about. I've been waiting. I've been trying in good faith to resolve this with them. And it's just it's an come to the point where it's like okay matt haas with the billion dollars oh gave talk you know what it is gay ballgame lets friday yeah chicago baby oh running. It's friday it's friday baby. Happy yeah what we are we in some dogs. Streaking some beer patrick. Jack jacks. let's go. it's a no school no work. Yeah baby back that guy behind you drinking a beer. Who's that guy behind younger. Penn state lack gore five. Maybe yeah are you drunk. Baby thank you. Thank you bro. Appreciate that good luck to the comes. All right have a fun time at the bad game. We love that for you. All right take care. Thanks for checking in on us. Whitecloud gave everybody love you buddy friday. I love that back. He's a he's a pure soul gabe. he's i whitecloud game. Has the best life. Doing something. Awesome like dan did that a ballgame. He's calling in love. That man whitecloud gave. You can find him everywhere. He's on cameo support that man anyway wanting to talk about the lawsuit. So it's getting to the point where it's like all right. It's showtime you all. Did they want me to pay them. Like you know hundred thousand dollars. Plus it's a total shakedown. I'm like okay. You know what you're just gonna have to. You're just gonna browse like bro. I'm i'm i'm i'm basically a first amendment activists i met haas tried to shake me down for four thousand dollars and i said it. Fuck you and we went to court. Set a legal precedent. No rank cavanaugh madhouse. Two point does trying to do the same thing. And and you think. I'm if i'm not gonna pay matt haas. Four does not gonna pay. Brian kevin off one hundred thousand dollars. Muck no ryan kavanagh's such a douche this guy row until you guys about ryan kavanagh here. I'm just gonna read really doing this now. i'm a. I'm not gonna sit here. I'm just gonna type ryan kavanagh by the way this so this is the guy i'm going to war with now. He's the ceo former ceo of relativity media. There's like a big thing like a huge production company. And i'm not gonna be. I'll say this he does resemble harvey weinstein physically. And that's all. I'll say about that. You know what. I mean i understand. It looks like harvey weinstein. I'm not saying anything other than that like. He looks like harvey weinstein omega that. You think he resembles him no not really well. He's got the beard. He's like the producer. I see it. Thank you baby. Come on guys work with me. Here he does resemble him in my humble opinion of course and well here if you just go to like ryan kavanagh scandal and this is just what's on the internet here like for example if you go to variety dot com through reputable ryan. Kevin accused by ex partner of running a ponzi scheme. That's written that was written by variety which is like a pretty. That's.
"whitecloud" Discussed on The big d zone
"A you see what i may waiting. You see what the fuck i mean. I had to listen to the d. And because of everything that was going on that was checking. my video. took the finish doing this thing on the phone. I thought he deleted the video after finally did dad optima phone because of probably taking to my damn storage and i thought the youtube video was done by now. But what. I look for manage if that failed to upload failed to blow for the first time. I've worked the u2 failed to blow four nothing. I declare war on waiting. I declare war on waiting just like i declare war on the cdc. I declared war on waiting. Oh my goodness for hours away for damn fail. That's why i'm gonna wait to do video to get the hotel or any hotel by the no more video that the apartment right now just straight out radio here fifty eight dollars or sixty dollars for whitecloud and i can't up blow only but a few videos. This was six hours and five cents. Not even five cents six hours in five fence. Well it stays but who cares now. The only way people could see this. They have to go my faith poppy or bitty country. Llc dot com. That's the only way to the video. I will put video on my website on my campaign website. That'll going to be the next issue now. I got a way to do it again. Don't l. dalit..
"whitecloud" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"I'm sorry how old are you go. Hey johnny to reason establish during jay talking by the way i say up right he picked up and he said kid us while story doesn't matter does it. Now you're twenty two kickball. You play kickball. League is that. Is that before dodgeball. Whereas before dodge crazy ball your fifty people to show up this all like is now we have. Our neighbors are black they come. They can't pretty diverse diverse. You play work ball just any greetings. Start zula kick the face on. No i got other carter. Go back into the house to get it lighter. My roommate thing realize i was behind. His car puts his controversial reverse. Backed into me in. My body bounced off the back of his car. The game when people are running to base. Can you beat them with the fucking ball. Okay how do you do you ever try this once. You get a couple of your fucking whitecloud guest. Drink playing kickball and you crazy. Kick boss when he kicked the ball. You can go to third. Or i guess the kickball. Why don't you guys show up. I guarantee you guys will be.
"whitecloud" Discussed on The Holy Fool Podcast
"So my name's gesture neil and i'm here in coffin. Grace and my name is david friar and i'm here in the cloudy and i hope rainy thune chiang mai thailand. Let's listen well so good to tune in with the again david in our weekly meeting. Holy fools absolutely wonderful. The job with you again looking forward to this chat. Yeah yeah so. What are we gonna talk about today. Well it looks like we got some bookkeeping and cleaning up of the spacing between words up there in the fifth dimension where we'd been talking We had some talks about judgment. That i think we need to kind of finish off but clear up Make sure that you know the meaning of all that is is Is clear and everyone's mind because it's kind of a big thing that's going on right and we also talked about entities and there's just a bit more to say about that before if we have time we're gonna move to a really interesting topic free energy which we had sound effects. Yeah this is just a bunch of energy energy energy and listen us okay. Well let's start with Just wrapping up judgment gun as best. We can so last last week. It was great. Because i eat you several times. You you were coming with with really questioning. What judgment. And i was sort of doing my best but throughout the week as i. I'm sure what happens for you as well as we go deeper. We've been talking about stuff and we just out and then with a sudden something pops up out of the subconscious and so this is as deep as i can. This is the deepest. I've that i can give everybody at the moment but it seems that case so that we are the judges. That's what it is you know. We we discussed about judge judgment by who is judgment by god. I saw whitecloud by know by by something higher than us and it doesn't feel.
"whitecloud" Discussed on CincyBrewcast
"It's an eight point nine two a lot like a lot of wine. You know you open a bottle of wine and you're sitting out on the patio. It goes down way faster than it probably should know. Yeah oh yeah that's fun. Yeah thank you. Love the fact that using that word because that's her word the word of this episode of game. I like that going back to kind of what we were talking about with. People coming in. And kind of Let's say forcing them to experiment. You kinda tricking people into experimental rape if we can kind of take a step back bigger to the kind of craft beer world at large Seltzer how how do you feel about seltzer. And and my bigger question that kind of got me thinking about which we always talk about seltzer on the show but They're gonna thinking about it. Is i feel like seltzer. Is hurting that in places where somebody walks in and they just say i have a. We have seltzer here. You go see later instead of that. Try this try this treasure. You sure you don't like beer. You know maybe you just haven't had a beer that you do like so of taking away that experimentation for a lot of people now we don't. We don't carry seltzer now. We do carry sparkling spirits right. 'cause we we try anything that we carry this hour's try to carry something local so it's not seltzer until everybody that this is not truly. This is not whitecloud. they they clydes seltzer. When it's convenient for life personally like sell tres a lot especially when i'm golfing or you know out on a holiday. I love drinking seltzer. I have nothing against those because for me. It's not it's it's not heavy. It's still got some flavor. You're not gonna get obliterated on it but you're still going to get a nice feel i..
"whitecloud" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"I mean. Well it's people really didn't get the memo really interesting. So what's the explanation for ass burgers being a no longer. It sounds like what you were saying. It was the diagnosis well. It's a high functioning autism. So they felt like it was kind of like derogatory to other people with awesome psych. Oh well asperger's is where the high functioning ones and you people are like low functioning bullshit. I be matchel. Were all the same or all autistic here. Yeah because they say that there's a what did they say. It's a scale or a spectrum right. Where on the spectrum. I wonder maybe she'll see a doctor about that. I've got too many things wrong with me. I don't think. I have autism meal. Not that there's anything wrong with him. I don't wanna say that. I mean wrong with you. Just saying you know. Normalized normalized threats. There's a lot of bill gates has autism. Speaking of which he has like what they used to call asperger's but there's a like there's people with autism there are like really fucking interest like unbelievably successful interesting people. You know what i mean. What is that what is that. What is what does it. Classified ass like not a mental illness but else is like A syndrome i guess. Maybe i don't know how you diagnose. This is like the autism part of the show. A developmental disorder development is characterized by like a having a hard time with social cues and I think that's basically it right like on the high functioning and yeah no textile more on the low on the like low functioning and it can get really complicated. so i'm not sure how how to differentiate the two but trust is not autism different no but at the same brain imbalanced different issue completely and by the way we interviewed whitecloud gabe just to touch on whitehall gave on us how we interviewed. Whitecloud guy goes. It's friday baby. Yeah fuck guy who deserves fried chicken meat and because you were arguing about last episode that he's has episode. It was on the bus off camera. no it was. We did on the show. Didn't we dan interview him. Yeah we talked to him. He's saying we talk is tricia argued on the show. She was saying that he has autism. Now know that he has turrets. Shit i mean and so i him yes and i asked him and he said no. I just like saying fuck for the views baby. No somebody would say with toronto. That's just not that's just not cool. You gotta stop. I like to razz. I'll do i rough. Stop pretending like you know anything about people with two rats. I can't say that you can say that but don't start diagnosing. I literally diagnosed him and then argue with me. When i say death threats you stopped i thank you i liked your name but i don't want to come across offensive because it doesn't mean i think it's funny i don't wanna fangio you. It sounds like you're going to do. I'm not trying to and it was really cute. But i don't if i do i'll watch is i thought it was oh q. When we're doing this zealand blog and like you're making a little porgy kinda like dance a little. Oh is that. It was so funny. And i was like. Oh he looks like he's gotta saying yeah. Sometimes i do like this. I take my shoulder. That was i guess dancing. No i'm not offended by it was actually. I don't know if that's no. That's not offensive at all. I think it's funny funny. Observations talked to myself. But that's like my you know voices. So that's why i was like i don't know if that's offensive but if someone's like hey i don't find that offensive. No all right. Well we've got to wrap it up and said It's been two hours with like this is low energy. 'cause it's gloomy was like the weekend. I thought it was fine. We have the. I don't know it is what it is you know. I'm to do more of logs. I just don't know well. Let's let's live ideas and a hat. Dan's doing this now. What moses so yeah leave and we're smashing like where subscribing theater action. Oh yeah give guys. If i log next go ahead. We're all ears if anyone has connections and we'll times in scottsdale like we should joust would be fucking awesome get hurt. Oh yeah for sure. Jousting crazy horse could bear your load berry a load. What does that mean i said. Do you think a horse can bear your load. Bury your loud here. Bear your load like calm. I don't know. I don't know what the me ms is. The same amount so as the job equally applies.
"whitecloud" Discussed on Motley Fool Money
"He back a money. Chris hill here with emily. Flippin and ron gross bed bath and beyond ended the fiscal year not with a bang but a whimper fourth quarter sales fell double digits. There were charges due to store closures chairs. A bed bath and beyond down fifteen percent this week run you and i are both shareholders of this company. I get why the stock is down. But the turnaround that ceo mark trittin is trying to pull off is not for the faint of heart and i still like what he's doing and i think he's still on track to despite the sell off in the shares this week you know. The stock had already run up pretty nicely amid the high expectations for trittin's turnaround and also some of that. You know nonsensical red at game. Stop stuff that they got kind. Of course so i think investors were likely to take money off the table if they saw any weakness in the turnaround story and then this case it was the light revenue but overall i think the quarter was solid car sales over across all the stores up. Four percent up six percent across bed bath stores third straight quarter of comparable store sales growth. We had the tailwinds from some kovin home related projects going on but that was offset by a decline in traffic at the physical stores as you said revenue down sixteen percent and that's largely due to the divestitures of world market and christmas tree shops which i was actually really pleased to see them. Get rid of as well as some plan store closings so the turnarounds on track adjusted gross margin was up a bit less promotional activity going on operating expenses. Were mostly lower do divestitures so the bottom line look fine to me adjusted. Hebron da up thirteen percent. They had earnings per share of forty cents. Which actually beat expectations. They reiterated guidance for fiscal twenty. Twenty one of around five hundred million in ebitda translates to about eight point five times enterprise value at the current share price which is not pricey in my opinion especially if trump continues to execute and profitability continues to increase. I happen to be in a bed bath earlier this week. And i will tell you. Remerchandised is very very evident and the focus on private labels such as nest well and haven. There's mostly private label goods in some of the departments. They are so and it was very evident. So let's let's give some time. I think the story is still on track. And despite the pullback i think i think we're okay here last year. Sales of hard seltzer were one hundred sixty percent higher than the previous year but one market is not sitting still this week. White claw introduced surge which is hard seltzer with a higher alcohol content. And it comes in a bigger cam. Emily if this is even remotely popular there is no way boston. Beer company doesn't do the exact same thing with truly line. Heart seltzer chris. I kind of think this is a disaster and hear me out here we out. Why claw created an entire industry of of convincing alcohol consumers that white claw was the healthier choice they were small cans simple design no carbs or low carbs. Only a hundred calories five percent alcohol. I mean these were the sorts of things that you could sit with your friends out on patio sipping if i a friend's house for having a barbecue and someone pulls out a can of surge. These things are double the calories double the size nearly double the alcohol content. You don't think that's going to start a conversation. I mean it's a sunday night. What are you doing with your life. I think before we know it. They're gonna do the same thing without the carbonation and before you know it. We're all just drink whisky here. Here's what i will say. Though and i think is really critical from an investing standpoint. We saw constellation brands last week. Come out with earnings. And they spent a lot of time. Talking about their corona sensors. They were the second fastest moving seltzer brand over the last year. So that's a genuine threat to white cloth. So what. I think whitecloud was thinking here is okay. We'll continue with our dominating seltzer brands. But this new product isn't going to cannibalize any of the people who were already buying white clause. It's going to get the four locos crowd right. The college students who maybe see a giant can on their way out of total wine and pick it up. I don't know imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Is not going to surprise me if boston beer does this. With truly we'll stick with beverages. First quarter profit and revenue came in higher than expected for pepsi. Pepsi waits for restaurants and sporting venues to open at full capacity. The frito lay snack. Division continues to get it done as we were all basically sitting home in quarantine snacking which is is the truth and it's the offset to the fact. That restaurants theaters stadiums were closed in the beverage. Business was really hurt. So pepsi has stayed afloat as a result of their diversified business. Interestingly just from a stock perspective about six percent over the last year and they're actually down slightly from pre cove levels so investors not too excited about owning owning this company right here right now some some metrics revenues up six point eight percent future layup four percent quaker up two percent and the beverage business up five percent so numbers look fine. There's just not all that exciting. They're operating expenses. I think we're pretty well controlled in the absence of some covid related. It's expenses and and you saw it in a nice increase in margins which led to a net income earnings per share increase of twenty nine percent as a result of that leverage of margins. Going up so that is pretty strong. In my opinion they reiterated their twenty twenty one guidance which is mid single digit increase in organic revenue high single digit increase in earnings per share. And as you said management predicted an acceleration in growth in the second quarter as a result of the gradual reopening of restaurants and theaters following the rollout of vaccines. They said quote. We've been losing market share in the beverage space in the past. It's getting better. We're gaining share right now. That was interesting to see because coca-cola has has kind of been eating their lunch so to speak for bit recently Interestingly the company.
"whitecloud" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Yeah it just. It's interesting very different vibe. Also called mighty or battle royale. Yeah yeah hell yeah. yeah. I think it's because thor by itself as i so so one line just widow line so yeah so they have to call it mighty soaring in japanese. Yeah and then stale was called rocky. Oh hell yeah well. I mean the notable thing of that of the show of that movie is that they did like a rock soundtrack. Yeah wasn't like the trailer i think. Maybe the trailer did have that. Wiil rock rocky. Yeah with just a little bit of a exchange but yes goon i was and it has like a little bit of puccini tour dot in there you know from classical music has a great use of that song opera. I see l. have to check that out. Yeah all right. And let's talk about whitecloud They have introduced eight percent line of surge though which are larger cans that have eight percent alcohol by volume as opposed to the five percent of a normal white claw the surge. Yes so it's not. There does not appear to be any caffeine content Surge related thing goes on weird like surge feels ago like a odd way to get someone who's like being like i need a higher alcohol like ab drink to be like it's the surge. I remember the iraq war surge. Worry some different words found. Yeah yeah it should be like white clawed turn-up do that because some idiotic were getting personal way. Hey we've got like climbing up. We'll see where this goes from here because obviously it seems like whitecloud does the thing and then literally every year manufacturing company like has to do the exact same thing so in beer. The higher alcohol per volume is a ice right like natty ice and but all right right. So that's just a way for people to avoid admitting your like using a malt liquor. Bro we'll so that's what this jam kind of put together. Some research on like i think people assume white qual- is like literally a seltzer with vodka in it like with distilled spirits in it but it is actually just malt liquor like it's the same as fr wordy. It's because and the reason they do that is because it would cost way. More in taxes like distilled spirits are taxed at a much higher rate than fermented spirits are and so like even though a lot of people think it's made from vodka a tough flavored malt beverage. Just like colt forty five. They just you know took all the taste out of it and made it clear he interesting. Yeah is it is it was going to say is it made it out there. I know smirnoff. Ice is seems like the most western of the sort of jokey drinks. That is there. Aside from our beloved can chew high. Yeah is definitely the thing. So i don't think things going to be a while before something like actually replay cam whitecloud could never break apart the a love affair that japanese people. How with can't chew high. That's too high has been the flavored. Not like you know little alcohol but a lot of sugar and his easy to drink type. Drink for a minute. And i don't know there have to be a huge shift. Yeah.
"whitecloud" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"For the conclusion of feedback friday. What else we got. Hey jordan gabe. You guys seem to have a lot of unusual skills. What's the weirdest talent you have. What's the strangest thing you know how to do. Signed jack-of-all-trades gay. Don't you go. i. I don't know if i have any weird talents. The way jordan is good at hacking and stuff and and other weird stories. He tells about his childhood. But i guess one thing i'm kind of good at is eavesdropping. I mean it's funny. I get really annoyed when people talk too loud in public but another part of me kinda loves listening in on people's conversations and sometimes okay. Look it's a little weird. It's pretty creepy. I'm not gonna lie. But i love parsing and transcribing people's speech. Like if i met coffee. Bean and people are having a weird conversation or even if they're not but they speak in a really interesting or idiosyncratic way i will i will write down what they're saying word for word and my phone with all of the pauses and the stumbles and the repeated words in the commas. And all of that. And i'll look back on the transcript later that night or even weeks or months later. I'll even text sometimes to my sister and we'll laugh about it and i'll just enjoy the conversation oliver again. It's weird. I don't know it's it's not a talent or is that just a weird obsession. I think it's probably more of a weird obsession Interesting do you think you do it. Because you're a writer and it's part of like you're writing screenplays so if somebody's doing something funky or corky with their speech. Maybe that's interesting for that reason. That's my justification. Okay fair it has helped me become a better writer. But i also feel like it's kind of a cover like i just enjoyed it a little too much and i need an excuse but yeah it does help to study people speech patterns and figure out what makes character character but it also is just a reason for me to listen to some couple of ladies at the gym talking about their grandson's or whatever so that's my thing what's your thing what what's your talent you know you're also pretty good. You come up people another. Maybe you come up with all the sign off all the letters on the show. That's better one. That's a very charitable talent. But you just gave me yeah. I think it's really good. I'm i'm terrible at that stuff. I mean you're you're talking to a guy named his own show the jordan harbinger show. It doesn't get them less creative than that. I don't know if that's something to brag about. But i am happy to say that i do the sign outs for the show and it's fun. I like doing that. So my weirdest i think one is. I can wiggle my ears and if you ever meet me in person. I probably will refuse to do it. But it depends. I don't know. I have five whitecloud. Maybe then i can't stop doing it. I don't know. I can wiggle my ears but seriously i think probably my weird is possibly most useful talent. We're anyway getting into places that i'm not supposed to be an and by way of example there's a ton of examples throughout the years but by way of example there was a time when i was in l. a. with a friend over a decade ago. This is well before i moved to. La i live in san jose now silicon valley so i lived in new york. We went to l. a. on some trip. We went to this. Lame self-help workshop and in the middle of it. We kind of laughed because my friend was like dude. This is so stupid we were in. La let's funds do something and he's like let's go to a club. We're in hollywood right. Now let's go to a club. I didn't even know where we were. So i thought all right great. We walk up to a club. The line was around the block and there was just no way we were getting in. There was no way we were getting. It was probably ten pm. There's no chance. I went to the front of the line. And i told one of the bouncers who's controlling the line said hey it's jordan from electronic. This is before. I started this show and fairness jordan harbinger. I'm from electrons scene magazine. Our flight was late. We just got inward really sorry relate. And he's like okay. Whatever so he goes. Talk to the ticket person. I don't know anything about this. So i do the same thing with the ticket taker ticket sales person in the box and she didn't know and i said well. Let me talk to the manager. Is mike here. And she's like you mean the gm. I was like okay. That was pretty fortunate. Right the mention that i need to get in and do this write up where late. I'm super tired. I'm super jet lagged. I'm really sorry. We're late so that she goes and gets the manager. 'cause she's like i can't just let you in man. This is like a full sold out show with whatever. Big name dj. I can't remember at the time so she goes and gets one of the managers he doesn't want anything to do with it. He goes and gets the gm who takes a while to get there and he's like man. I can't let you in. I'm sorry but this is a sold out show. I can't let you in. Were letting people in slowly. If you just wanna get line. I go no problem at all. Tell me your name. Because i need to tell my editor why i couldn't do the peace but i am happy because i'm just gonna go to my hotel and crash and he's like hold on a second because if you're.
"whitecloud" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"By four three two we watch an age. Three age three casts. It's a little talk to welcome everybody to eight. After i live joe where anything can happen. We had a lot of show here today. There's a lot of fun developments. There's some shots fired. I may even be blowing the horn of who wore footsoldiers. Assemble all right. You know what. I understand in a few minutes late but you cannot be threatening to take my wicky feet score like like people get fired for example if they're lated job it's my show who's gonna fire me then the audience but it's just not fair you guys. I'm out here trying to put together the best show possible new all threatened to take my wicky fi like come on. That's not right. I think they have a right to live by the foot. You die by the first friend. It's the way the world powell odd. You know well anyway. Today's episode is sponsored by the already. And adam and eve you think trish is gonna be pissed adam and eve sponsoring. It had nothing to do with her right. they came. They came through us through our other agency. Stay caves of me. Treasure that adamant sponsor thinks he watches this show. She says you feel bad anyway. There's the i. I'm not kidding. So many good things to get to but first let's start with something. Heartwarming really whitecloud. Gabe who i gave a shout recently. Who's my one of my favorite. Oh i think we'll give you the front. I love fried fucking chicken guy. He saw the shutout and he he reciprocated. You wanted to say thanks. So i thought hey. Let's start with some some. Hey ethan earnest. I appreciate your support. Yeah yeah a white collar sunday sunday. Yeah let's have a good.
"whitecloud" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey
"Job out of camp again because even though he didn't play in the opener last year he played in the night second game of the season or is this just one spot where they might actually be kind of doing some camp experimenting a little bit. I don't know yes. Probably i e. I don't know i so on the one hand like i've been trying to figure out the same thing with you like okay. We'll which one is the third pair in which one is the fourth pair. You kind of look at nicole than he was resigned on. Nhl conjugal you figure. He's kind of one of the six and last year. He was with zach. Whitecloud you kinda figure. Psych whitecloud had established himself. And then you show up a training camp on monday in their split up. So i'm not really sure like how to read into it. I'm not sure which is which. And if you're going to look at it and go you know who's getting first crack. Unfortunately like we don't see exhibition. We see scrimmages and they're on different teams. That are kind of like you know. I guess what would be the second pairing on on both on both respective teams. So there's no way to sort of differentiate between the two. But i do think it means are giving khairul shot and i do think if he if he does ready reading wins and job that depending on how they construct a roster and if they do twelve six to in use the taxi squad to kind of have a minimum twenty guys to make sure that their cap compliant and nikei can play the role that you know nick holden did. And if you feel like kagan doc whitecloud which was an h. l. pairing is ready to be nhl. Pairing it. you know. I i i you know. I don't know it seems a little weird that she would go with two rookies as your third pairing and not. How something with with nick Nick holden in there. But i guess maybe maybe what it actually speaks to is not so much where nick haig zappa whereas dealing cognate in how. How much of the impression he made in the bubble and maybe it says he's above both of those guys. Maybe that's maybe he's bumped zach whitecloud outta outta that spot. If we're really going to start looking at things. I it's hard. It's hard to read into it. I i don't know. I mean what is your read on it because i i am a little bit confusing. I have you know today was certainly thinking about. Maybe this says more about dealing coggan than anybody. Yeah so it's fascinating right especially because all those four guys Are very different in a lot of ways. I mean nick. Holden i would say is kind of your definition of a steady veteran is kind of good all around and played very well..
"whitecloud" Discussed on Thunder Slime
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"whitecloud" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand
"Was terrible chronic. What i actually don't totally agree with that. I know here's here's why. I think we're going to look back at twenty twenty and have a different point of view. I think there is some big positive things that happened twenty. She's talking to my wife about this other day. Like the forced family time that we've had like i almost think is like oh my my trainer. Chuck he calls a divine delay. Said there was this incredible divine delay with you. Were there is some. There was some negative stuff but there were incredibly positive. Things that happened this year. I opening. I mean the the quality time that i've had with my family. This year has been incredible. And i'm grateful for that gift. And i think that maybe a year from now two years five years matter to win. But we're gonna look back twenty twenty two. Wow crazy stuff happened. Some great things came out of that year. Choose to look at it like that. We can agree. That krona virus sucks. Well yeah lots and lots of things so we agree with every year. There's people that dive different diseases all the time. But it's like. I think overall there's stuff that i can't say that twenty twenty six just yet. There's been a lot of great things that have happened in two thousand twenty. We just can't see it yet. That's what i'm saying. So thank you rich. So if anybody went to sue sets. I got this instagram message about suzanne and her mom was drinking the white claws time but then this one goes like do i guess so many of those that mom. She was like all freaky. Bg on the euro. You're a goal. What were you what was your doing. She was like no no. Hello like cardi beautiful. Embrace bed with so many guys were hitting on her. I was like my mom were best and i was like okay. I thought you the icu. Just on the fire emojis. Elo really get details of what happens next jane rich even when the show is over we just keep talking and now you can hear it. Listen to the judge enrich afterwards podcast on iheartradio or on i tunes suzanne's mom's house yesterday trying the white gras for the i. I didn't know she'd never tried. I was really excited to drink a white cloud with her yesterday and it was more of those two mom. We're celebrating and white cloth sent me this like mexican candy that you can put on the rim of a white cloth and it makes it even tastier. So i'm excited. I get home. Moms there again. The white claw the the mexican candy chinmoy with the heen and lemon. And i put it on the whitecloud rim and opened the white klein name. Like ma try. This cheers the lewd. We start drinking. And i she absolutely loved these white clubs like i was even surprised that she was all about it and i was like cool. I recorded her trying. She liked it and then she was enjoying a little too much after a while where she kept making noises and i just left my phone recording her. Let that it was adorable. How she was loving these white claws but this is this is where you can hear in the videos. Goodness cute cute. Their hair came down. She had an a bun and then all of a sudden her hair was down. And i was like oh my gosh. She's totally tipsy. She's a good time. We started watching cocoa on. Go nuts video. But then i checked my phone this morning and i was looking through on my dm's and had so many guy friends be like. Oh my gosh susie. Your mom can get it your mum so hot. I'm like l. Stop there like the way. She's drinking that whitecloud. I'm like please don't ask people request her doing. Asa mar video everybody. What feeling my mom. Yesterday i was like. It's my mom. Stop it the way she like. Does the top of the water bottle. I did not watch that. 'cause she's looking through the trauma that stuff on the ram is kind of moving down the bottle so she's licking the can of enjoying that a little too much to know. Does she have someone special in her life or she single single. Oh hey fumble going on this white glove this stuff on the romy reminds me i used to this guy de you right now. Pro and the way she was going to call him for your soul. Now wow aunt in fact we should put those videos up. Don't don't delete a put him up in honor of the new election or the election tonight. Grant has a new game for us real or fictional president. We play game Big election today. that's today right. it's the election election. Is today tiffany is gonna play this. Hi jeff did you vote already. I did vote young voting today at some point my wife trying to coordinate and she has the sample ballot because she did it already and then she's gonna handed to me after she votes She's going to copy her. Just got through school copying off a pretty girl so grants the host of this grant adventure. This game grand. How do we play this game. You know it's it's election day. We're all super excited for this. So i decided to come up with game.
"whitecloud" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey
"September 30th off. The last you know good thing that I want to talk about as far what happened to the knights in regular season and postseason and like I said before there was a ton of other things that we could get into here, but I'm trying to narrow it down and not make this, you know, a three hour podcast is basically every Edition Wasabi going through the list nice throughout this year brought in Patrick Brown Nicholas Hua Chandler Stephenson, Alec Martinez, Nick cousins and Robin lehner from outside the organization out of all those guys you would probably say Obviously Patrick Brown had the least impact but he's still a guy that's scored a playoff goal for you. So I would consider that not a bad hit rate at all. And then you know brought up his name Dave. You also can include a guy like Zach whitecloud in that who was not an outside Edition but a guy you promoted from within a month. And you know played really well for you down the stretch still they had a bunch of kind of complementary Pieces come in during the season that rounded this roster out into one that was just real strong and deep top to bottom. So only cuz I love like scouting and all that stuff. Like I'm so fascinated as to why these Scouts are so good like whatever this crew Kelly McCrimmon in George McPhee, Bob Lowe's and Vaughn karpan and like all of them and that whole staff like they don't miss I think the only missed that I can think of is Tomas Tatar and. I'm not even sure why that happened. I don't know if that was a locker-room chemistry thing. If it was just an honest, you know, they never really thought a song but but like you mentioned it seems like everybody that they that they go after has a little bit more than they showed it the previous team and they just did get every ounce. Of juice out of the squeeze with these guys, you know, I mean, I think Nick cousins tailed off a little bit in the postseason think you could probably point to that being why he was a healthy scratch in you know, almost a handful of those games before a couple of injuries and necessitated him, you know going back in the wind up, but you know Chandler Stephenson Alec Martinez like em, yeah and even in the draft to like what they found in, you know, the fifth rounds the third rounds later in the in the first round, I guess with, you know, a pagan crabs in the middle of it. They've done a fantastic job. I mean a lot of it, you know, we see on the front end and you know, the signings get a lot of attention and the free agency but the behind-the-scenes work and jobs, you know, obviously going back to the expansion draft, but since then in some of the trades that they've done even somebody like Ryan Carpenter to pick him up off the waiver wire and get what they gave. Not a Ryan Carpenter for you know a season-and-a-half that was a hit as well. So I mean, guess, you know kudos to The Scouting staff really with all this because the ones I think behind the scenes who are you know kind of recommending and and sort of picking and choosing these guys and then then the, you know, the front office isn't going after them sealing the deal and then the coaches are off the team together on ice. Yeah. Totally. I don't have the quote in front of me, but I know that they're clearly mentioned that in terms of Alec Martinez that was a guy that they're Pro scouting staff just love that. They saw him play in Los Angeles, you know, obviously thought that the nice would be able to kind of get more out of him than the Kings worth and you don't give them credit. They were absolutely right. I mean it seemed like Martinez leave you only had one goal coming into the the nights organization before birth. And he had scored that actually against the knights for Kings and then he scores eight points in 10 games after the trade. Now. I don't think that type of production is obviously what should be expected going off. It's certainly not what he put together in the play-offs but he was a huge contributor to this team and rec room made sure to kind of give him a shout as a guy who kind of helped, you know, encourage say theater is breakout. So to speak he was a guy who nudged that along so it has been impressive to see you know, what they've been able to do with a lot of these guys should have been brought in so there was a good now, we're going to shift gears to the bad and some things that you know, obviously are still question marks for this team moving forward with the one of the first ones that comes to mind for me was you don't know what Cody glasses right now, and I think that's got to be disappointing of birth. The organization after they they opened the season with him. He scores in his nice debut, which is you know, this obvious dream story line of you know, the team's first ever draft pick scores his debut. He's with the big Club to start the season but when the season is over, I still feel like there's a lot left to uncover about Cody glasses game and some of that is just bad luck in terms of obviously. He had injuries that limited him to 39 games and some of that was just the organization and how they killed him and he played a lot of right-wing which was just clearly not a natural fit for him and did not showcase a.
"whitecloud" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey
"Can you maybe touch on your hockey journey? And just like did you have opportunity to play junior and things like that or was college. Maybe the best path that that you saw for yourself without point yeah. College was The route that just panned out for me I was never. I was never good enough for the Western league. I I truly. I sucked until I think it was like eighteen years old I was. I wasn't good and why always overweight to growing up like I was a kid. Loves TO EAT SO Still do by a little healthier than what's My first year junior when I was coming out a triple A. That's sixteen to eighteen for for people who don't know AAA When I was it was my eighteen year old year I was a junior and I had just somehow got picked up by The VERNOLA CAPITALS. Which is about an hour down the highway west of Brandon They took a chance on me. They put me on their list and protected me and then I signed me that year when in their play with great deep partner Develop that year played next year played a tournament and developed a lot there and then managed to trick someone into giving me again a college scholarship somehow and and me and my way down south to Bemidji and then jump trade and made sure I took care of business and and try to develop. I was honestly going into school. Assuming I was going to be the seventh or eighth demon and the only play with sex right so I was going in there expecting to dial it into school and get my four year degree and then Kinda Kinda get out and obviously things took a turn in a different path is usually for a lot of us and it was It was an exciting time my first year. I was kind of just feeling it out and I was never really a big power. Play Guy but I I on the power play. I was penalty killing play with a great partner. Justin Baudry in you know. Give him a shout-out to because he's one of my good friends for mantle but You know he's playing in is playing pro in the Buffalo sabres organization right now He helped me a lot. D. Partners and he helped me develop there and and then Spent two years and then obviously When Chicago and You know now I'm here. So yeah when you were leaving Bemidji state because he's Kinda accelerated. Timeline what was the process. Like for you on deciding where you wanted to go. I guess how many suitors did you have? What was that kind of whole process like The process was shell shock. I guess I guess it's kind of the best. It mean you have a lot of teams you know. Come into saying that they want you at your kid. That grew up expecting to like. No you just dreamt Make it right Nor had I I should. I should say that nor had I made. It was just a time where I you know. I got to pick my destination wire. I thought I would give myself the best chance to make to the National Hockey League. Can help team contribute obviously to a to a Stanley Cup? And I think that was the biggest process going throughout his. Who Can I help the most? And where all my game fit in the most in in one organization you know. Can I fit into that? I can help and I was involved in community things that I like and Vegas was. The biggest spot for me is because a team obviously was was heavily involved in the community. You know they were doing things. Great things the first year obviously and You know I I talked with George Kelly and and You know I just. I thought that was the best fit for me and I thought it was a spot where I could take my game developing and be good as a person viewed as a player and just Eventually at some point I knew that I had to work my way up and I wasn't I wasn't trying to fast track might development at any point. I knew I had to go through steps in. You can't get to step forward though going through one-two-three rights and You know you just Kinda keep taking those things and you go on you develop under Rocky Thompson and his staff and and just kind of keep taking it again. Day by day and Keep developing her game so hopefully contribute as I once was deciding to do right to help this team. Moving down the line. Help them gaming game in and game out. So did you know call him. A criminal from the grown up and things like miners. Everybody plays hockey in Manitoba. Kelly Crimen so hockey's a small world. Yeah a lot of people know everyone and Kellyanne are from the from the same town right so And we We build waking up and things like that and You know why my mom knows him and my dad knows him. And we We took in you players And help them. Kind of provide them a home for for The Western Hockey League in and kind of just a home away from home and Obviously like older brothers for me Growing up you know we build it starting from when I was like five or six years old all the way through route so We had various guys come through. We even had a couple of Aboriginal. Kids come through and and You know help them Obviously try to pursue their dreams hockey and not hockey hockey's a small world as big as it locks. It's very small so I mean everyone kind of knows everyone so we talk about you know coming coming to this organization and being a part of this and in working with up to the NHL how you found yourself fitting in in a locker. It's very weird place because you get to the league and there's guys that are different stages our allies guys families have been here forever. There's younger guys like. How kind of fit in? Is it a weird experience to try to fit into the Locker Room No I don't think it's weird. I think it's I think it's it's fun rights and you come into a group. That's you know super tight and you know. They're obviously through the season into the season. Quite a ways right and no you come in you. Be Respectful you. You come into your work you know you keep your head down and be respectful He commented you. Just do whatever you can to help the team. And whether that's you know Doing whatever you can just honestly to help the team and again the the main thing coming down to just be respectful How you want to be treated and now just Enjoy the process in the come in and get to work all right so we're going to go down to our last topic here and asked this because it's Monday night which is one of my favorite nights of the week because it's bachelor night and pilot. Pete is down to his final three. How long have you watched the bachelor? What else are junior hockey? My how much time do we have left? Good okay. So my My Bill Parents Jack and Karen Forrester so we started Like a bathroom Monday night and she so she's a big she's a she's one of the reasons. Why lost tunnel wait? Actually she She got on a health kick with me and she's the one who my dad hates before because he was always used to kind of like chicken wings. Burgers fries and things like that and then there started to be like Salmon asparagus. Just gross things right and So we ended up. I ended up bringing that trend into the house for the next six years. He was Kinda screwed to say the least because he they kept giving her the healthy kids so I at the end of the day. He resents me but She held me with a law in on those Bachelor Mondays we started with. I think like six or seven guys and then it kind of grew in wants. Everyone heard that she was feeding the boys. Monday nights like sack some talking apple crisp. I'm talking score bar nachos wings. You guys are laughing. It's crazy she would have a spread down on the table and it was. It was wild like you'd go in there. You and I eat supper before that so like this. This woman is is incredible. She she helped me junior hockey's like a big mental battle right. Because you're you know you're planning. You don't know what your future holds and there are some tough days. You know where she you know she was a person can sit down and talk to you and and kind of my stuff away from the Rankin and she is my. She was my rock through junior and Maybe I think she knows about it. She won't ever know that how much just how she had an impact on my life and she forever well and and there was another family. There are two The scar family who They gave me a job in junior Working on a cattle ranch and Gracia I ever had and the show. This is a true passion for where you know how people survive In the meat industry and things like that and they're they're my family away from family and invert and I had to families to two homes to be able to call home and You know I'll love them forever and and do anything for them and But those Basser Mondays. If I could go back call man. She would feed us in so I went from six or seven guys to about fifteen or sixteen boys. So that's I think the guy's only mainly came for the food. Some guys would sit on their phones all the time just to eat so. That's kind of where the money started for me. And I've I've I've been watching ever since I've been able to catch off recently though which Kinda upset about bots maybe I'll watch tonight in to back. Would you do the show? No I ever girlfriends. Pretend I mean sure when you're single? Is that something that you would do what you going to reality? Show like keeping up with the Kardashians reality show or like any kind of show like would you want your life out there like that on TV. And I don't have much of a life I know I'm a big net flicks guy. I go home I I try to NAPA. Try to rest in. I'm a big Amazon prime. Tv Guy Right now so on that kick. Yeah would you ever go on a reality? Tv Show Nobody would ever want that. But I mean I don't I mean I guess it's not about what other people who were you guys fighting. Yeah that's yeah yes I'll yes absolutely. That was big on. Love is blind on Netflix. Netflix is. That's Adam show I'm lines nine personally. The Bachelor Guy..
"whitecloud" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey
"White cloud is with us in the UNLV locker room here today. National Arena Zach. Thanks so much for joining us. How's it going good? Thanks for having me on the show. Yeah no problem so we want to get into obviously a bunch of stuff since you've come up with the nights and Kinda establish yourself a little bit of these past twelve games. Been like for you. Since you got called up for that game in Nashville just honestly has been taken a day by day. Trying to get out of my get on my lane as as they would say and But I think the main thing is just focusing one day at a time and just kinda learning as things come along and game by game and practice by practice and just trying to make a myself better for my teammates my coaches and just keep on so I asked you this. I remember on that road trip. You got caught up in Nashville than immediately the team went to Tampa and then Fort Lauderdale. Who did you tricked into calling you up for the national in Florida Road trip? Ere Nice weather though. Would you come up though and you talked about. You're staying yourself playing your game. Do what you do. How hard is it to do that? When you're like I'm up here now. I want to show everybody what I can do. I want to show everyone everything I can do. My skill set. But you you know that the best thing to do is kind of stay within yourself. How you find that balance. I think with my skill set. The Best Games are the ones that you guys like. You were up in the stands in her at the Games. Don't really recognize me. I think that's the biggest attribute to my game is at its. It's calm. It's simple I played a to sil- can contribute offensively in that starting to come along a lot more as you know the Games go by that comes with confidence and wraps and things like that and but no I mean you just Kinda keep going day by day taking the things that you learn in taking the mistakes that are coming here and there and and learn from them and just keep moving forward and again taken a day by day so so according to our math it was six hundred sixty seven days between your NHL debut and then calling being called What what was that. Wait like ever get impatient or or you just Kinda know. That's part of the process. No trust the process. I'm in You know the the management group you know sign me for a reason and I truly believe that and you just got to keep believing in yourself and that's where the staff in. Chicago has really helped in all of us. Young guys is is find our game and find out what makes us good pros and especially how to be pros. Ryton and learn those things down there and you you You don't you. Don't get anxious. I mean you just you just Kinda keep doing your day by day and and just know that you've got to trust the process in that things will work out if you put in the effort you put in the time you put in. The work writes in. Obviously if you don't do those things the chances of you You know moving forward or slim rights and But you wanna be doing the right things. Every day won't be playing while. Obviously you WanNa be good teammate. You want to be good in the community and you just want to better yourself every day so when you come up here you're ready to take advantage of the opportunity. Yeah kind of speaking of trusting the process. You're obviously competing for a job in training camp this year and you got hurt. Was that kind of a tough blow to go through knowing that you were maybe on the verge of making this team on a camp and having to deal with that adversity. Sure I mean I had never been injured in career. I never been put out You know for an extended period of time and that it's unfortunate that my you know my first injury kind of came in pro in in Obviously a chance that everyone knew that you know there are a couple of guys. Battling spots writes in for one certain spot. Obviously as everyone knew and You know to Kinda you know. Have that happen at It was It was a check. You know who I was as a person who I was An athlete in hockey player and I went back Chicago. I got you know I got healthy. I got my mind rates. I got my body rights and I honestly I came back a lot. Faster more rested stronger. working with our strength and conditioning staff down there with Jeff He he really took care of me. He made sure that you know I stayed in. Obviously I honestly above average game shape. He the days were tough. Obviously I mean you. You put in long days when the team on the road. You're there by yourself or with one of the other injured guys in But that's time to honestly make yourself better. Obviously everyone knew we had a short summer with the with the walls. We went to the finals. Writes your sheer summer shortens. Obviously take you know a couple of weeks or a month for some guys in and then you have a month of training and then you're right back into camp right so it was kind of a blessing in disguise and I'll never say an injury is a good thing. Obviously the circumstances is toughen It was unfortunate obviously and But I had to make the most of it and I think I did and I was proud of my the amount of maturity. I showed And that's not knocking mound boots or anything but that's I went through it. I got better from it. I learned that injuries are part of the game. Obviously obviously they hadn't happened before right so as new for me And there are a few mental battles a few physical battles but I came back stronger from it and I just knew that time was coming in. That's I had to be ready for when it did common You'd have to take advantage of that. So wanted to get into your background a little bit too so when you major debut you're the first member of the Sioux Valley Dakota nation to play in the NHL. And I know you grew really close to the Sioux Valley Dakota nation reserve just outside Brandon. Manitoba misses a very large question. But how did I guess that background kind of shape you into the person you are today? It's the way my parents raised me right in. My mom is Aboriginal my dad's full so that's You know where I get it from and We were always tied to the community. Tight to Home as we call it. And it's about twenty minutes West Brandon and a lot of friends growing up. I played minor. Hockey with our Our reservation team there for about three years through Adam Kiwi a novice and after that obviously the skill level started jump up as developing and I had to move away from those those friends and things like that and move on to higher hockey obviously but still kept in touch with them and unfortunately not a Lotta them are playing hockey anymore and You know that's obviously from circumstances and things like that and But to kind of keep going and keep going through the process as we said and go through whether it's AAA Hockey Bantam Hockey in juniors and then college and now you know the NHL To represent people is is huge for me and huge for my people and I know that not responsibility And it's one. I don't take lightly as I talk with my dad about alive when I come back in the summer and make sure I'm involved in the community. Make sure I'm going to the schools talking to the kids about how important education is. How important healthy lifestyle is. Obviously Drugs and alcohol is an issue for people in society in general but my community. Back home is is They have issues with that. And and that's not singling out one culture right. All people have issues They vary some are more severe than others. And it's it's it starts with the youth and if you can give them a positive example to look at You know those are going to be things that hopefully they'll hang onto as go throughout situations in their life where they can. You know where the fork in the road comes whether it's the bad and the good hopefully they'll take the good right and It's just trying to show them what good can be and You know I went through decisions in As I was growing up where You know my friends would be going out. I would stay in because at training the next day. And it's it's little things like that that helped me get to worry. And responsibility factor that you know. My parents put on me to If you do WANNA play hockey. This is what you have to do. You have to I guess the old saying goes in order to get something and You know you gotTa pick what you want to give up in. What I've been doing my whole life is making sure that I give myself the best chance to Play hockey for the rest of my life and do it for very long time. And that's what I wanted to do. Since I was a kid so that opportunity to do it. You don't WanNa waste sit. You don't take advantage of it and you make sure that You know you try to set the best example possible for a lot of those kids picking on. I mean that kind of a challenge in trying to you know be a role model and inset examples like that and talk to the community like. That's kind of a lot to take on especially for young clearly. Is that just something that comes naturally to you that you're you get excited about sure. I mean everyone's a leader in some aspect right in some aspects larger than others I always look to Jordan to Michael. Furlan a lot of those guys. Obviously Ethan bears another kid around my age who Is Heavily involved in. His community is culture and you know he's obviously with with the oilers. Aaron you know him and I talk a little bit and He does things in the summer youth camps for kids You know hopefully I can get into. That is as my career goes on and try to help those kids in the summer and things like that and But those are the guys. I trained with You know for in the summer and He's heavily involved in the communities. Wallin having him in I around the man told Area Brady keepers. Want as well. He's A. He's a newcomer to the pro game and He's from northern Manitoba. So there's you know there's more of us that are coming along and Setting good examples. How much support do you feel? I guess from the community. How how much do you hear from from kids and adults and things like that you know just about your journey and where you're at in maybe like you said the influence that that you may have on the kids it's every day Honestly the end the biggest part of his social media me. And that's how you see things. Obviously that's the biggest form of communication our society right and You know you see through facebook through twitter Young people. I went to university with their still contact me. I'll say good job way to represent. Asu and Waiter represents evaluator represents You know my Dakota Culture back home. It's everyone reaches out you know somehow and Either that or you know a lot of people reach out to my dad. I think my dad gets more More people contacting him than I do myself but no he handles it while too. I mean people are always texting him because they don't want to bother me axiom How's he doing? How's he planning and stuff like that? And and He realizes the message saying is doing well and stuff like that and check in with my dad. But he's the biggest connection I have to. The community is my is my father. And he was. He was raised in a family of eleven siblings. Nine siblings so they were. They grew up in a farm territory so they needed free workers. I guess growing up so that was that was the biggest form of for them and But no my family's heavily involved in the community In our culture things that obviously I don't get home a whole lot in the summer. So it's tough for me to get home and take in those sorts of things and But as much as I can I I tried to Obviously the schedules a lot busier in the summer. And things like that. Those are the things that tend to. But you make time for the are important to you. So yeah I wanted to quick touch on something. You mentioned there with your time. Bemidji State University in the Great State of Minnesota. Okay state. It's a great state but that's obviously the school it has way communities surrounding it. Was that intentional. On your part to go somewhere like that or just kind of happy coincidence honestly happy coincidence. I had never heard of Those reservations around Bemidji. It was it was all new to me. I I went there For hockey in school and then found out about the cuny surrounding and Actually from the first year I got there. Now there's native nations night every year and that was A. I don't want to say because of me. I mean it was because of me being a player but I didn't set it up so I don't WanNa say because of me but There are a lot of people that you know. Make that possible. And they have free tickets to the communities around and that's usually where we have about seven thousand people in the stands and You know a lot of them are watching hockey player. You know for the first time in you know. That's big time for them and I'm able to talk to people talk to you. Know the fans after the game soften. Bs You had a big impact on my life Spent two years there. I learned a lot. I matured I turn I. That's the spotlight turned into a man. I went from junior hockey player. That didn't know squat about life in and then I went in there and how to reality reality check in the kind of got straightened note and and kind of got on my way from there and after two years my coach made sure I was ready for the pro game and I sure wasn't I stepped right in and successful your last year with that you know tremendous group in Chicago and and and then just keep developing commercial..