20 Burst results for "Yanic"

"yanic" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

03:08 min | 2 months ago

"yanic" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"So no that they have those rights in the peo- s bet on an x two basis to they implement a secondary pay one or by through there or do they keep it within the prime subscription funded or do they do the same thing in france. So i think it's big news lexi how this develops a final also Behaving traditional media company. I think all the doomsday that both overgrown regarding decline of legacy media companies enter on. Yes legacy can be disadvantage but it can also be a competitive advantage in so many things. So i also don't count on the incumbent sky like it's the end and esmeralda said in the end they've all converged to a minute ground bitch bibi approval and how what may company that is covering sports will behave an egg and awesome monetize content. There's a bit of me that thinks is a market by market thing going on here. The each frogs is a very different franzen. Football is very different from the nfl in the us. In which guys there was a different strategy place. Oh it's the other is my question. I guess is is more of a deal. I point there yanic. Which is the customer. There's a a wondering about the sort of buying or the psychology of the buying process on the on the fan end. Am i now gonna sort of bulk saying like i thought football was gonna come with my prime subscription. And now you're asking for more and you're asking for quite a lot more this is. This is another sport subscription on top of while. I'm paying you already. Is that a problem. I i can't think of a parallel where that would have been the case the moist been sucker punched into buying. This was a prime deal and again a bit of extra football and now i'm getting another separate products so to me via amazon. Would you think yeah..

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The Future of Digital in Automotive

Talking Automotive

02:02 min | 5 months ago

The Future of Digital in Automotive

"Semiotics. It's great to have you on the show this morning. Yanic you've been in in the digital space for a long time. Four years with to mazda spent nine years with tdk and a further three years with madeira. Us live sleep and dream the whole digital spice your entrepreneur. You'd beat in this digital special. Long time greg me afa pronounce some of the names incorrectly. But you being a co founder of two intelligent building hardware and software company and you for nearly eight years. You've been a partner with full gear. We've enable twelve years and he's currently with him at at the moment so it's a called an identity software. you've also the founder madeira. Which you've been running for nearly nineteen years a customer experience digital me for the automotive industry so long time in the market i think the digital background one hundred percent and size really great to have you onboard and that we really looking forward to talking to you this morning and quits for hunting us. Yeah thank you. John and good morning from sunny. Estonia nah gentleman. I'm going to ask some questions listeners. Just to get them familiar with the background of estonia. Why are we interviewing some automotive digital guys from estonia if you could help us that place just with some background on. Where is estonia at. And why is this tiny at the forefront of digital and also any government support in helping businesses in the digital space in the first question We are located. We north most states. We are fifty miles from From finland across the sea and we ordering with the russian federation

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"yanic" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

07:10 min | 10 months ago

"yanic" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"You know kudos her. Because that was the start of one of nine wimbledon titles for herself. Loose anybody I'm glad i lost to her new the game of my life. You know it was a beautiful day. All my family was their own of my family. All my friends everybody all the people that you know help me during the game author was there commencing for the everyb- it was not easy. One person everybody was with the energy was like soap. Perfect and we wear like behind the curtain before coming up to court. I remember praying and a never prayed in my life. I never prayed. I prayed and And then after the prayer. I remember the feeling that i had is like was like a brother. Is that coming out of this court without the cut. It was the feeling that i was totally into the game. Heart and soul for this game. It never happened to me after i played. I want some matches. Never a grant that won some tournaments but never to have this thing like it was. It was like a spiritual thing i was i was it was hundred percent. Meet yanic tennis player for this match and ready to give everything including dying in. I was really to die for this and then it happened. So i win the match point and i. I couldn't think you know. I barely schuch. Matt's you know and i i forgot to shake a drag dachshunds. The referees and i just saw my guy jumping from the stands. And i lost and we just start crying and he said i was saying we were. We wanted that we weren't we want we want and crying and you know he the first time ever. My dad told me loves me. I knew he did but he never told me. We had to go that far and That this moment changed my life. It just changed my whole life because not that was just the last the last french. The french open it was just that the emotion was so strong and secure. People were so happy that gave the where crying people were crying in front of the tv. And you know. I like the best motion possible. How many times you cry of happiness in the arms of your father. You know if you're lucky to it once you you're gonna man or look you up. You know you never cry of happiness. You cry you cry of sadness of milk or you're you know sometimes you can have some peace but like cry cry father in front of millions of people so since then you know i came. I went to all these french people's heart and to that day people always talk to me about always always always Every time it every day. If i walk friends somewhere someone's gonna tell the yanic remember where i was. It was such a beautiful day. We were with the family. We chopped up and down in front of the tv. We starts crying. We hugged each other and it was. It was really really the most emotional think i've lived. And and the best part. Is that a heavy. Don't take on tape. And i can show my. I can show my children david's to gore and this morning he says hi is an also he says hi and you should go and work on your second serve. That's the message. He's such a kid. Do you have a broadcast response to that pattern. A love gore can say whatever he wants. Hey generally lot mainly in that. So whatever going. What's the size goodbye. May we laugh about it today. But at the time. I had no laughter in me but it certainly When that fond will point when he's wiser it's obviously gusting past. The the didn't win that much. But but you're okay. You're in your own words. You bloody fantastic. Great goran goran. Maybe wouldn't be much. Does that offer you any any comfort at all. Yeah you know. I'm really happy to have gone out in i. You know that's a good question magic's going wasn't let let let's just say for instance odd won that match and gone was a basket case and i was responsible for it at the end of the day and the situation is that all my i want a couple of grand slam so Mike sort of got my model fix of tennis. And i'm doing k so it's a tough one isn't it but jada selfishness part of me wants to wants to wimbledon. Trophy would have been great to have that. How much do you think about that. Not often it every now and then a thought. Or flashback mike. Coming and i'm very quick to push it aside. I think for the first five years was waking up in a cold sweat in the middle of the night. Just ole going through. The last game fought again at five. Four on his serve and just thinking a wish. I wish i'd done that which had debt and saved me for quite a while and i He sort of smiled me. And a couple of big occasions at their own gripped make return and he came at the right time he took a couple of big risks. Act actually and and that's in hindsight. You know that score pretty Pretty courageous soda plier and the guys for when chips get down and publisher to read that a bit. How did your relationship change after that much. And what's it like when you see him now it. It never changed He he's a classic because you know it's a pretty moving moment for both of us but he'll just sit there and this literally give me shit. It's unreal. he will he's he'll say feelings l. One that you know that and classic insist gore and i just sit there and laugh. And what else am i gonna do. But the why he says it. I mean this gore and you never met the press conference he would go into. You never knew what was going to come out of his mouth in you as always going to be entertaining and that was an and i love going for that. So what am i going to do. They're gonna cry. I'm gonna laugh and it's definitely a very funny solid and can you. Can you bring yourself to be happy.

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Yannick Noah Interview

The Tennis Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

Yannick Noah Interview

"We've had a week off and. Has Gone to get his haircuts. Catherine's been hanging out with Magnus. The dog I've been stressing about my football team west from job in as they try to throw promotion away. That may or may not mean something to you, and we will be back with tennis podcasts over the coming weeks and months altogether chat in as we normally do, but today we have a very very special interview with the French Open champion of nineteen eighty-three, the world's number three as his highest ranking, but that really doesn't tell the story of Yannick who is unquestionably the coolest man I have ever met Davis Cup winning captain. Three Times Fed Cup winning captain as well and had a hugely successful music career. Once his tennis stays had come to an end I had the chance to meet him just over twenty years ago when he joined the champions tour. Tour retired players who just traveled to will played matches against one another him and John McEnroe and beyond bog, and all these greats of the game, and just got to know him a little bit at that time. He was always suggest to me. I haven't seen him for about ten years, but I managed to get in contact with him through a couple of other people when we were researching and trying to set up interviews full at tennis, relived series, particularly the French Open, so that we could tell that story, and you'll have heard an excerpt perhaps of this interview when we covered his run to that nineteen, eighty three French Open title, but the entire interview. It's just joy, and it will improve your mood, and if you do enjoy the into you tell your friends family, let your social media, and what's that group's now about it because it will just leave them happier than when they started listening to. It has Yannick Noah. I'd like to go right back to the beginning of your of your career, and even before your career and the reason for your career and. I believe a meeting with Arthur Ashe. Yep Absolutely. Our used to leave the group in Cameroon, Africa and We were I was playing detail club tennis was. Not, very, big in Cameroon in the whole country, back nine court, so to play tennis was very privilege radio privilege so. so we used to go to the club at night, but at that time my parents couldn't afford a racket in one day. When I heard that? Some Americans were coming to the club saw. Americans you know so. So Marty Riessen Charlie Pasarell, Tom, ochre, and Arthur Ashe where doing tour in Africa. And they happen to play one day my club. During the clinic they decide. They played with the kids. And I played with Sir and Liked what he saw. I was slim press. You know he was my heroes. At the end of the clinic gave me a racket is racket. Head competition that worth like. Probably Probably what my parents would making every month. and it was you know it was like a dream for me to meeting. Dr Racket Sonya poster. Saying To Yannick I hope I'll see one that. So that was very funny. But the next thing that happened is after this story went to the French Open and he talked to shut. It was the president of the Federation. I told him that he was a little kid was playing. Or was in French. Speaking. Country and And I I. The scholarship came to friends because of author I played in niece for few years. And? The first time I played in Wimbledon That was nine years after we met was in Wimbledon because as for wild card. That was accepted and we play doubles on center court. So that was a beautiful story, so yes, the so mean Africa. And he was a big part of my story. Because and after that you know. For some reason, he was always like you know. Not Too far helping me when I was younger growing up, and then you know played with him at Wimbledon, the first tournament. Back in the days. It was called Super Seris. I was playing Richmond Virginia where he was born. And that was the first tournament I one. Super Series and As I was you know going through the tournament semifinal quarterfinals? Semifinals Playing Roscoe Tanner and these gentlemen comes into locker room sold demand. It comes. It goes Yanic if you win. Arthur is coming tomorrow SEO really worrisome. Is Dad. So that was that was something I beat Roscoe and An author flew to Richmond I played Yvonne in the finals. Won The won. It and Arthur gave me the cup in his hometown, so that was really special.

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"yanic" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"yanic" Discussed on Around the NFL

"This is. These are in draft items that will occur. An some fallout that will occur after the draft but reputation of this. This is just having fun. Everybody do not stake marks reputation unless unless they go well and one of them. I mean is the TS here. He he's ahead of the curve. Go ahead all right. I think that number one. We're GONNA look at David. Giokoo traded to the Patriots. Like we all know why. New England needs a tight end. The browns just picked up. Austin Hooper Yanic. Exactly Gronk is not in the picture for Bill Belichick. He's he's annoyed at him. You'RE NOT GONNA go quick traded to the seahawks for for two second rounders which is really John. Schneider is going to trade down with the jets. I've already told you that. And they'll have another presence in the second round and then they'll have to other. They have to other second rounders which they will use to Gawk. Way Outta Jacksonville. Everyone's happy Leonard. Fournette will be cut. No one's trained for that guy. But he will wind up on the bills to complement Devon Single Terry so he essentially replaces Frank Gore Wolf. Yeah I think it's just like not not a workhorse guy. They're not saying. Replace rank or by some definitions. That would be replacing us on the team. Got Your now. He's not he's no longer. I would expect. Well we'll see we'll see is gonNA fill Frank Gore's role that he had in the twenty nine hundred series. Yeah right I want him in that leadership the inconvenient truth maybe hanging them up maybe head of a leadership void troves of sports. What are they going to do in that locker room without frank? Gore's leadership replace it with Leonard Fournette. Notice a few more items here before we get out of here. Marquise Goodwin traded to the redskins a seven Coleman traded to the titans. Well you know what when these become true. I exactly OJ. Howard traded to the to the Texans Rob Gronkowski joins the bucks by the end of. May Vary Go. It might be by the end of April. I mean a little breaking.

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"yanic" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"yanic" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Jay Reynolds. If we were to play a little word association Icee, French Open, you would say Mark Robins, Mark enlighten us. I will do my best gay, and you'll certainly appreciate member yesterday. We talked about the number seventy seven the combined age of forty year old Yvo Barnevik, and thirty seven year old Feliciano Lopez. They put on a heck of a first round match four sets in the forty year old Karlovic with thirty five aces the big serve him a win. He's the oldest player said, say forty four year old Ken Rosewall on a mansion, nineteen seventy eight coming up in just a matter of minutes to beginning of the second round at Roland garrison American slow. Stevens will be first on the Shatri court. Stevens, the seven seed matched up against twenty two year old Spaniard Sarah Sirri basin hormone. It'll be a busy day on the men's side as well. Certainly with six singles matches ballooning, the men's second and third season action. Number two, roughing the Dow facing German Yanic Maden and the third seat Roger Frederick. Also taking on a player from Germany, host. He happens to be the lucky loser better. Trying for his sixty seventh career win at the French second all-time to the Dow kind of quiet on the upset board so far. I only Alaska asako almost lost a first round match yesterday. We'll see what happens lunch at tennis to play stories to be written. Jay. Thanks center. All night.

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News in Brief 6 May 2019

UN News

03:40 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 6 May 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. The global community gathered at u n headquarters in New York on Monday to take action on behalf of the world's forests with an estimated one point six billion people or twenty five percent of the overall population dependent on forests for subsistence livelihood jobs in income. They are essential for human wellbeing in play vital role in promoting economic growth. They're also increasingly important to combat climate change the fourteenth session of UN forum on forests runs into Friday. And we'll take stock of progress in implementing the strategic plan for forests which provides a blueprint for including them in the twenty thirty Genda and achieving the sustainable development goals or SDG's the strategic plan and its associated targets provide of global framework for sustainably managing all types of four centuries. Halting and reversing the first station in forest Dacian in increasing forest area by twenty thirty to the world of work now where you are. In study based on one point two billion people has found stark differences in the number of hours that many of us spent earning leaving, according to International Labor Organization or ILO one six of workers in the Iranian union or e toil away for more than forty eight hours per week. But more than half of all employees in Chile. The Republic of Korea in Turkey, putting the same long hours jobs involving tight deadlines in stress applied to one in three people in the u rising to one in two in the United States Turkey, health, Salvador, and would y physical risks are also frequent the report finds with more than half of workers exposed to repetitive hand in our movements in about one in four to high temperatures among the studies other findings are that while seventy percent of workers were positive about their managers up to twelve percent said they faced abuse including bullying unwanted sexual attention and the restaurant in while up to eighty four percent of staff in the U rogue wind. Yes, said learn new things while they're working only study percent of workers agrees with this in the Republic of Korea interest. Fifty five percent in China, regardless of the country. Least educated workers are less likely to develop their skills. The report says I lighting also that good working conditions contribute to the well-being of workers and the success of enterprises finally cross all forty one countries covered in the joint ILO era. Found report women were found to earn significantly less than men, and they're also over represented at the lowest end of the salary scale this progress road traffic, this is continued to rise with an annual one point three five million fatalities road. Traffic injuries are now the leading killer of children and young people aged five to twenty nine years. The warning comes from the World Health Organization or WHO in the context of the fifth UN global road safety week which started on Monday during the week thousands of safety advocates from around the world are. Effected to highlight the need for more effective leadership for road safety through the speak up campaign calling for a world free from road, traffic, S's and injuries w Joe's director-general tetris Gabriel. Ramsey's describes a world in which people benefit from universal health. Coverage rehabilitation and psychological support pedestrians cyclists to account for twenty six percent of all road deaths while motorcycle riders and passengers account for twenty eight percent w Joe's director, Dr at Yanic Craig called on governments in their partners to accelerate action to save lives by implementing solutions that work and Carmel UN news.

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"yanic" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"yanic" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"No, yes, he do with every fiber of my being you do you really do patent Oswald? Obviously the Zach Braff Jake tapper, I'm Arnold, Tom Arnold. It's right. What happened with that fucking thing? It's Tom Arnold. He's one of those, and we know these people, but remember he has big ambition in it all just falls apart advice. It was a show for vice Yanic just didn't ever happen. Did it did it even air? I think so. But it just kinda puttered out. I don't even know if they aired the whole thing he did some press for it that made you not really comfortable Mamie uncomfortable. It kind of seemed like a joke. So you're just like, I don't need more Tom Arnold. Fuck ary in my life. I think his press for me killed it might have checked it out. If he stayed quiet, and it was vice pushing it or some something else. But he did all these dumb ass weird. China's game like a prank show a little bit instead of an actual and you could tell he's mentally unstable. Which makes everyone. Kind of uncomfortable. Right. You're like Meighan laugh at this guy is. Obvious mental illness. I don't wanna do that. It's weird. Like, I you know, he was gonna win again. Even peas thing. Nothing. Nothing. Else the Russian vestich in. It was the same thing. These tapes, I'm gonna get these tapes, these tapes, it's like fucking tapes. And if they do it's, you know, it's all stuff we've heard you got elected anyways. Nobody fucking cares that he talks about grabbing the pussy, right? So what tapes are you? Finding man Barron Holtz Josh Gad outta McKay. Of course. It's will Ferrell's part. Oh, yes. Michael. Ian black. Yeah. Josh grogan. Oh, yes. Grow, ben. Oh, yes. No, Molly, ringwald, Moby Moby still alive, and Repub and and and democrat. Wow, Alexander your fav-. Yes. Your faith. You love love him, James L Brooks. Obviously, I mean that list and in somebody collected all of their tweets and put them together like treason thing of the shit. And I love that. What do you do you wake up and you're like, all right suites?.

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"yanic" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"yanic" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"A kind bar the price of the Snickers bar nontoxic of the price tide and the first time make this lifestyle accessible to anyone. So that was the Genesis of it, and you know, we launched remember there was an article n he was in well in good the data. We went live at said if foods in costal had a baby it'd be thrive market, and we had never thought about that comparison. But it's a stock and a lot of say were whole foods costal online, though, increasingly they're saying, it's whole foods meets hostile trader Joe's, which is a whole nother another conversation. I loved that. I think that's another good comparison, especially with the new thrive line of products, which I was going to bring up later. But this is a great time to jump into that trader Joe's is known for its own very budget friendly, high quality products, and you guys have now a whole initiative of thrive specific products who can you talk about that? And kind of the categories. Guys carry now, you have -solutely. I mean that really went back to the mission as well. You know, we launched. It was all third party branded products in there. So many incredible brands doing amazing innovation on quality standards and supply chain and ethical labor standards and environmental sustainability. It was just totally inspiring to start to work with those brands and really amazing to to see how aligned they weren't with one of their products acceptable. You know, one of the pushbacks we got early would be investors especially can be season. Institutional investors is brand aren't gonna wanna do that. They don't wanna Duluth a brand. And I think in some spaces. That's the case. But in ours, I really had these Ganic brands that care about the mission themselves were driven by as mission mission of entrepreneurs themselves and were only two excited to get on board with us and give us pricing. So for the first couple years of business. We didn't do anything with our brand in. Always ordered to find was you know, the landscape changes so fast. There's so much new information coming out about what is healthy in what problems in the existing supply chains in what improvements can be had in terms of sustainability of products were saying, and what our new ingredients that were finding new health benefits towards that we release on virginity from our members in from both light you were on kind of leading edge of those trends to go out hand create products that were innovating somewhere. And so we kind of think about barbell approach in our in our own brand program where sometimes we're actually going after like, a staple product that we feel it we can increase quality on. So an example of that would be nor our line of nut butters where typical nut butter that you find bin organic almond butter or peanut butter. Cashew butter is gonna have sold in might have sugar, and it's usually gonna have homeless, and we we went in created a lie. Line of numbers. That is only enough. We did the same thing with with nuthouse so took out the most of ours. The additives on the stabilisers and things on the other side of the program has really been going out in trying to products that really don't exist in the market anywhere or maybe in the market, but haven't Pentagon on in a big way and be at the beginning of a trend. You know, one of those that comes to mind is like bone. Broth, we launched our our Yanic grasp bed bone broth, very very early in that trend's movement and help to really popularize it hand in share the benefits of broth, and it was a really cool program too. Because we actually ended up using the bones from the one of our third party brands that did be jerky was throwing away all their phones. So is this cruel opportunity where we introduce this new product is the highest quality standards in the market on on that particular type of product in. We were able to do lamble further legalisation improve. Usage in the supply chain in actually have a benefit to third party branded partners..

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"yanic" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

Mindfulness Mode

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"yanic" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

"So when I get off when we're done today. I'm gonna go I make this serial. It's got sprouted of buckling and spread pumpkin seeds in ally. Tablespoons Chia and some warm water. And since hosts the coconut, that's like a warm. I'm not a warm cereal in the morning with a little vanilla. And cinnamon. That sounds so good. And I'm looking at you. And you're so slim, and yet you talkable food all the time. How do you do that? I eat all the time. I this is the thing that people, and I thought about I think about this all the time if you're eating the right food your metabolism kicks in you're going to your body's going to regulate your the nutrient dense foods, you're eating foods that your body uses all the time. So if you're getting the nutrients your body use it, it's like, oh, cool. We don't have to store this that we don't have to hang onto these other things because we know you're going to give us what we need. So. Yeah, I eat all the time. Oh, wow. Well, let's talk about key tosa, and these Kito genyk diets that people go on and they're like determined to lose weight. Is this a good thing? Like, an tell us just so at my listeners might not know what Akito genyk diet is tell us. Well, so it's a diet that, you know, second assembly. See the other day. And it'd be honest. I thought it was hilarious. And they said, you know, it's just it's the same died over and over again, it's just being renamed. So in other words, Akito diets like a guy's name, pret, condi- and. Diet can Atkins. And now, it's he Towse's. It's what is it meets ingrained? No, carbs and grains in the cave man's diet. Well, that's just not gonna let it's not gonna sustain you lawns. You'll lose way. Sure. You know, you will lose weight which can be good for you on the long term and the long term. It's not and a lot of people were coming out of their diet. And they're like, oh my God. You know, this is not good for me. You know, my body is is not adjusting well to this. I'm not doing what? And you still have to go back to eating real food. You need fat you need sugar, you need carbs. You know, the problem is how we eat heap a win, I realizes people just don't know how to eat. So we don't need process sugar. Do we? Julia. No, sure. You mean shouldn't have fake, right? Right. Exactly. I mean fruit. So we're talk about. Sugar fruit sugar. It could be Honey it could be a maple syrup be. So none of that. You know, Honey gets a little process, but if you can find overall, Honey, you know, maple syrup tapped right out of the tree again or Yanic taps, not not sugar sugar. I mean, there's coconut sugars probably as process does. I'd like to go, but it's still from the coconut flour. So those are my sugars that I play with and I also do Greenlee stevia Steed with people are now doing Stevens should be green. It shouldn't be the white process. Leach stevia Cassivi pre plant. But yeah, your body glucose is the energy your body uses. I and you're gonna get that from sugar. So you, you know, you your cards. I mean on a plan based diet, we eat cards because a lot of vegetables are starchy Carvey edibles..

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"yanic" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"yanic" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Got a chance to watch on the live look into thrown passes to mclovin, we also recreated the call the plays called Buckhead. That was the play where there is the no call against the Rams. But this time we did throw a flag. So we have righted the wrong we had a mustard bottle. We couldn't afford a flag. So Seton through the flag, and we got the call, correct? Yes. Mclovin. There was a moment where Jews nice guy, right? He went serious Joffe said, why don't we recreate the first place at this time of running back, and you can hand it to me. He did not not that one. That one was too soon. Ten minutes on the call. No. But you just said, hey would have been nice. If you ran the football throw the football. And then you did you see his face that was that was like a mass at me as if to say are gonna let him get away with that. He's going to remember that is it. I don't remember that you were there. Yeah. But now, he's a good sport. And he's right. He's here talking about it. And why wasn't the Commissioner talking about this on Monday or two? It's your league. Even if you are going to say what you said at your state of the union address. Then you could said that Monday or Tuesday. It didn't take that long for your scriptwriter to say, this is what you need to say. Get out in front and say, look we made a mistake. We strive to get calls, right? You can throw out. You know? Hey, we get ninety nine percent of the calls. Correct. All of those things can be true. It sure league you represent the league get out in front of it. And just say that. But I will say as I've said to falcons fans you. Better get over it, you better move past it because it stays with you. And I think it stayed with Atlanta a year later the saints have got to move on. And not let it hang not let it linger into next season Yanic eleven I thought the question about retiring was interesting, you know, he didn't see my anywhere close. He looks like he could play another five years. I think if he had won the Super Bowl, I think there's that possibility is certainly sounded like they did pause for a long time. Yes. Boy, don't you think that's got to be even tougher that who would be the toughest retirement. I just won the Super Bowl. I now have to like hypothetically say drew Brees won the Super Bowl this year won the MVP. He's now in that super echelon. Holy cow. I could imagine if you get three because then he's he's better he has Peyton Manning's in his rear view mirror. That's got to be addicting winning two Super Bowls. I know it's you know, when you say, well, you want one but to win to that puts in into different stratosphere. I think he moves up so much higher on the all time list with two Super Bowls than with just one the efforting. And then to walk away from team. That's that good. And in the back, you mind, what if we went back to back if I left one year too early, and we could have gotten back. I'll never know we have taken the team in just done it again, but they had their chances. And they also didn't look good. I didn't think the last six or seven weeks of the season offense. So yes, it's one play. But I thought the Rams were better on on that day all around then the saints were and they went into overtime and made the big play when they needed to Brian Urlacher the bears. All boy. Are we going to do this? Brian Urlacher coming up a like a redemption thing well member when Brady fake Tim out and Drome Vata's ran him over like are we going to show negative highlights? All leave it to us hall of Famer on and we're going to show negative play. I stopped now. Oh, boy, airlock still big guy. You know? Know, he seems to be easy. Sure. He's over getting juked by Tom Brady, the slowest. Yeah. That's that's the way we'll phrase it. The least athletic quarterback Juku one time Bryner lacquer will journalists coming up I've teamed up with full sail university, we've launched the damn Patrick school sportscasting..

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"yanic" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"yanic" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Kosovo for rag Moustapha. It can't happen soon. Enough. It's hard. You get up in the morning and you see military forces in front of your door. It's har- like have such of unemployment and stuff like that. He shrugs off suggestions that any border adjustment might open old wounds. I don't think so you don't think that could be more violent. No, no. You know, why we are tired of war maybe and the divisive legacy of conflict is certainly profound. We meant Java Harris Shabani, a fifty something teacher, although she doesn't have Serbian friends. She drinks coffee with lease. No Serbian people. And she speaks the language BBC producer Aldana Kasapis translates quotas, nip packing too fast. The issue. But part of my generation that was the time of former Yugoslavia where we're supposed to be brothers and unified Serbs Daniels while the young generation they grew up in times of war in times when the idea of hatred and not cooperation and friendship was not promoted. So that's hard period of wars has made this younger generation, look the other way. And so your daughter, Arizona. It's here do you speak Serbian icepick little, but I don't like it's for me, not interested in language Serbian when you were a little girl. Did you have any Serbian friends here? No, never never the education system for Serbian Albanian children in Serbia and Kosovo have been entirely separate for decades. So what about ethnic Serb communities in the pressure valley? They would find themselves living in Kosovo in the event of a border shift. We don't travel far to the village of Raqqa Vaz, a rural community strung out along an undulating main road where the fields grow cabbages the size of pumpkins. That causes a very old village. Maybe from. Two hundred years the village the population from then is the same is it just Serbian people who. No, no, never never. No never. We don't want to move gosawx. We want. Stay like nowadays. Twenty twenty-seven tall and slim and works in transport logistics beside him Dragoslav, forty two unemployed and scratching a living from selling mood. They're both angry with politicians were pushing for land. Swap deal. I struck us laugh if there's any risk of violence erupting Alexander goose ski translates. Kado togo. I think it could happen. But if territory exchange comes up, we will certainly defend our own by any means Messer. So you mean that the Serbian people in this village would be prepared to take up arms awkward. Only someone the thugs them. By now, you might be thinking that this is just a very tricky local issue. But when we meet striker Yanic outside the village shop, we're reminded powerfully of how this region has the capacity to entangle much bigger international players. Mowing away from this area because of uranium that was dropped here during the NATO bombing that uranium caused a lot of cancer issues. I myself have.

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"yanic" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"yanic" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"There's so many weapons and you gotta Ingram as well. But you have to have that offensive line. I just think there's certain running backs that are worth that money. And girly is definitely worth that money. And I think Zeke Elliot is worth that money and so's lady on bell. But lady on bell, you he bet on himself here, and he's not going to get that money back. What else do you have? This is actually a poll question. But we went to the words clippers last night. How how important Steph curry is he the besides O'Brien is he the most important player to a team in the NBA eight did not look like the warriors without curry. They're they're different without him. Like, he's the most valuable player. You have to have Durant is probably the better all around player, and he had a triple double last night. But you know, what was interesting is you got Durant and drew. Name on green. They like, they it's like a big brother little brother, or you know, maybe twins. But there's opposite styles their demeanor. And they're not afraid of like, you know, getting in each other's face. And I think Durant was upset that he didn't get the ball for the last shot and dream on had the ball in his hands. And you know, so they had some words there. But you don't the clippers deserve the win that Steve Kerr said that hey, they know what they deserved it. Now, there's some questionable fouls being called. But man that happens every night. Yes. Steve cars in a tough spot to manage that one. Then he'd dream on should have given the ball up. He shouldn't have been the one bringing that up the court like that he lost. He lost it. He didn't even kidding gives team a chance to win. How does Steve Kerr manage those two? He goes, well, I think if he shows Draymond green. Look, you're not the guy who does a pull up jumper. You know, Kevin can take jumper off the dribble or Klay Thompson. Can I don't want? You who's not our best ball handler to have that ball in that in that spot? Efforts. But you got to like the fire and the emotion these things happen all the time. We're not take another championship for granted. We're going to go at it. Sometimes. Well, you gotta you gotta spin it. If you're the Golden State Warriors. Yeah. See? Right. I mean, it's gotta be it's gonna be tough for dream onto here. You realize you gotta give the ball up in that situation. I mean, I don't know that competitive people always want to hear that like you realize you messed that up right now. But I think you could say that then and he would listen to Steve Kerr to say dream on. You're not magic here you give the ball up Yanic club bay mischief. Alan mcgee. It's that simple Marsin grin. Todd who looked like he retired five years ago in mantras herald scored at will on the warriors cortott by IRA laughing the entire time. He's like a as a character out of a movie dying to get crossed over at all times like the waterboy cross them over. Now, he looks like he's auditioning for a bond movie or something just right? Every time you to see him out there or he'd be an opponent for you know, rocky nine Sunday night. All eyes will be on the windy city. It's the Vikings taking on the bears. It's football night in America. Seventy stern kickoff at eight twenty Sunday night, only on NBC. All right. Do you wanna play?.

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"yanic" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

The World Nomads Podcast

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"yanic" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

"And so. I guess a lot of Americans want to have more freedom and and kind of gives out of that type of that everyday routine. But Yanic think just the ability now to work online and able to make money remotely so much easier for people to pick up and quit their jobs and travel if that's what they want or grew to new job online. Yeah. Well, a graphic design at Kennedy that's easy to do for remotely, but probably very easy to build roads of something he wants to. Yeah, it's been. It's been a little bit of a learning curve for me just a pickup more website element and and design and katie's taught me a lot too. I'm making a making it work. It's pretty good with that lifestyle up, but what's the worst thing about it? I made dig it hunting wasted. Yeah, there's a lot of worse thing. Actually. Yes, we do get homesick. We have missed out on a lot of vents at home, a lot of weddings or births or just everyday kind of things that we feel like we're missing out on. But at the end of the day, it. There's nothing that can really replace the freedom that we've been able to create. We'll the Willoughby's a big backyard. You're Bogu shea in showing nights with some great stories, particularly not take Yuli about equival because all the stories, but there are things there about getting down and duty on the farm. Also, I bought a crossings for make widow to Peru, which cut. He's not a big fan of Katie. Yes, we not a not so fun borders experience and to be honest at think land crossings, like when you're crossing through bus is never really a fun experience, especially when it's in the middle of the night, and especially when the bus is not the most comfortable, but you know, it's all part of the all part of the journey yet where you're on a great one. You're in Bali at the moment will let you go and what are you gonna do the beach the the waves. Yeah, you know, it might go for a surf today. It's a beautiful day today in them. Yeah, expose get out there and enjoy the sunshine. We'll keep working and make sure we get this podcast out to listen to Greg Togadia gone. Yeah, thank you. So Phil, what's travel news. Remember Mimouni covered Seth career a few months back office one Sedgley and we talked to Tim and Sarah on the twenty month honeymoon. Yes. I follow them on Facebook, contests it well, they remember they should those amazing photos of the visit to the demilitarized zone. Yep. Puny across the border into North Korea and being in the joint security area that were, you can straddles the border. Well, we might soon be able to stip- across that border South Korea's negotiating with North Korea and the United Nations, and what have you to say that can relax the rules as so that visitors including South Koreans can take a few steps into North Korea, and that's something they haven't been able to do since nineteen fifty three and you will talking literally a few steps sticks says that line in the ruined in the lead across, and you've got the very stern looking North Korean soldier. On the other side, they're actually doing it because recently the the presidents of the two careers. The South Korean president stepped across that line and embraced. This was all Jim to the the games, the winter games. Yeah, you can go and recreate that. Not be the president of North Korea. Dr. Bit busy. Yep. Is look US journalist, Christopher, Elliott. Hope you listening. Chris has written a piece on what people steal from airplanes cutlery pillows and blankets, and even the life jackets on. I do blankets. Okay. Of course they sings not included in the process of the ticket, which Chris, as raises the question as to why people do it, and he blames the pay extra for everything culture of airlines, these size. And he says, people are feeling like they've been ripped off and they're they're angry and they're out some things. So they take stuff that they're not supposed to take off the airline good blanket might take that home. That's going to go through anything else. Not from a now, just that is..

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"yanic" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"yanic" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"At this big ceremony, I just looked to disguise and hope that was additionally making my father very proud of me, and he was very proud man me because of my medical career, of course. So my love and passion of firefighting got me this and just finish that story. 'cause they told me you're the first person it's ever. We've awarded a bad talion chief too, but they know their history back in the nineteen sixties. A woman was made an honorary battalion chief in the Paterson fire department and happened to be none at one of the big hospitals in Paterson assistant, Loretta Agnes. Now, what do you know? I one of the major reasons I'm a doctor and had I trained actually at Saint Joseph's Hospital Paterson New Jersey. Because I really wanted to practice at area. She was a friend of the family and none n would visit our house all the time and she knows pursuing a medical career and she used to always harp mayo, you gotta come and visit our hospital. I'll give you the grand tour and you can hang out there in the emergency room if you want and just get to know our hospital Mr. smart ass here. Now I'm going to go to some big university hospital here inside. I want nothing about a hospital in Paterson New Jersey at seven hundred beds, and it's jus Yanic hospital at a teaching program, but I took her up on it as a freshman medical student at the time. And I, she just hang let me hang out in the emergency room. I hooked up with a couple of docs who would workout going to evening after finishing classes. I'd go hang out in Saint Joe's. I, it's a large part of who I am, what I do if it imperfectly firemen, emergency rooms where all the action is happening or stuff. So Cecil red-headed mega influence. And I did go to train Nair and she was a godsend to patient. So I interacted so much sister was made in on very battalion. She bided department because of her care that she extended to every firefighter who has ever brought to Saint Joseph's Hospital in Paterson New Jersey. So the two honorary cheese sinner history are are linked ways, you know. So it's just kind of spooky there how to turn down, you know, but just a great honor and on my desk at home, I have a blotter that you know, like a plastic top so I can stick things that are important to me underneath it a have my mother and father's a little card that was at their funeral. That through new homes put out, I got some pictures of my son there, and I've got a mess card that my wife. And I gave to Cecil read on her passing. It's just such an impact on last, at least the fire department actually. Now does an annual system, Agnes dinner for the clergy in Patterson and stuff. And I kind of laughed about two years ago. They called me and said, oh, you get you ever hear system, Agnes. Shit actually on our website, and I have a whole page dedicated to her and what she used for the fire department. And everything's kind of funny. Well, we could probably spend another hour talking about that, and I know that our listeners would actually appreciate it. But that's a couple other things I want to get to even before we get to the lipid stuff..

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"yanic" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"yanic" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"We'd each other in terms of parents. I think that all couples have complementarity when I work with same sex couples. I see. So clearly there is a complementarity of rows of ten tremend- of rhythm of patient of a pension of competence and in same sex couples, they're just seen as different in character. This one with this adapted this one of those things that the other one in drinkable. He ended up gender making these differences gender specific, and maybe some what they are and it is a combination of coacher and Notre back and forth, you know, but I don't know that I would see inheriting, you know, when you see them, you need divorce or put separation. You begin to see that all kinds of directory things, and skill and things responsibility that the other parent used to have. Have now become part of the degree of the one of each one. So you can lose Akron, textual. We are always in heaven. You know, e- medically the pensions to the fluids of the size of the shoes that were on the of the that, you know what went wrong present just forced into doing and she may be never really made sure that she was registered for the team. I mean, I'm being sued generalizing big now, but the notion in context Barron's greed. The order in which one is going to do this, and the other one is gonna do that change the convicts, and then you'd be able to see what is inherent to the gender and what is inherent to situation. You really explain it quite wallet. It's fascinating to me. I, I do not like to do yard work. I do not like to be outside. And when I first started out in the world, I didn't really have a lot of money. So I mowed my own lawn and mulched my own flowerbeds. But as I've gotten older. I made more money and now I hire it, but nobody thinks that I have lost the ability to mow the lawn or that I'm incapable of mowing the lawn or that my my gender or size or age or anything. They just, they think it's just something that I have chosen. But yet when it comes to parenthood, they really feel strongly that your genitals determine whether or not you're good at certain parenting tasks. And I think that what you're saying is we've all just sort of followed along with what people in the past said without really giving it a lot of thought because I know plenty of fathers who are wonderful fathers and can do all of the things mother can do. And of course vice versa. And I think this is hurting fathers who wanna be stay at home dads because they think that maybe there shortchanging their children at you more. I mean, I think you know what particularly defined around mecca Yanic material provide you the protection. You wear the one who gave. The main she gives the child the mandate, the name, she created the form that was kind of the old you speak about. And as we've been entered the workforce, which is being most important, change them semi. You know, that comes conception, of course couldn't have happened without free men to actually have a ruler for would never even been. As the question. You know, we just a huge amount of much of insult. He never could hold a job. He just this constant disparaging language about any men for whom the professional night did not become the successive. They're nice. You know, nobody was a nasty was big shock to find that he could cook every meaning that evening for the host family or that he was a caretaker of the disabled, Signi own kinds of other things that men do. And so once recruited emotional room because the women could now also take on material. DIGI, I think of whole Nick has opened. But what's interesting is that the behavioral change often good sponsor then the infernal adapting to the change. And that's what you think before. When you talk about the discrepancy in income, which I can be doing, but inside they hit the constant, he convinced them so that this is okay, but this is really good that this is futile that this is progressing that this is a region of new Pacific for boo gender ways that never existed before, but he hits the convince because the coach conversation even yet convincing enough. Thank you so much. We really appreciate having you on the show and then do you have any final questions? Noah don't..

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"yanic" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"yanic" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Did they say about American broadcasters? Just curious, just someone awards, you guys use what I'm used to leave them alone. Okay. PK no kicked saving a beauty. I feel like. Doesn't get. I think you have to be really understand like how tough is the place complex and how to call games here. Tuesday. Sorry, just just. Can I take you back to your England days? What is grime grime is the best. What is that crime grandma's the best music getting somewhere with its. It's. No, it's like fos, tempo, one, four PM. So the the the songs are. Yeah, but I get an MC's is is it like a rap battle? You kind of rent. Are we gonna have a rap, battle max dabbles on music. He used to be a gogo dancer in Italy. What's that got to do with music. One second is this for real is just to make ends meet. I was trying to pursue thing. I put some food on the table. What is it going to require? Zabell. Get one hundred. It was lead. I didn't have the euro back animal and they give you. That was like a hundred bucks. Yeah, you must've been really good putting a word for me. Can you give us a few bars? I will do that. You guys tie retired. I'm not going to embarrass myself. Oh, I want. And I'm out. Do some because I read about this. You had a battle and you want it. Can you explain the sodas, legendary place in in England died as a lot of the mics, and as a famous dungeon or the best is from England or grandma is they heist to dance. There was something about it. So, yeah, they go down there and you you set with the you and this was me and my friend Yanic, but let's see we, who is that pretty much to give. Yeah, and we just he's okay. That's right. Yeah, we was up once again. We'll just mess around him off a guy born so we mess around him. We done maybe send some voice and it's all videos and people got hold of it. And in the guy from Lord of the mics Jemma wanted us to go in there for about. Yeah. And we just went down. Yeah, we should do a challenge. I'm a little bit harsh when I'm playing for Jesse March to see if the if you see a team captain for one season collapsed, and that's all right. Off. Through, why did you run out Dax McCarty anti. That's not the right way to phrase the question on my mind. So, yeah. Why do you know what it is? Every time those things happen. You feel side but an awful the way we've gone on, I get what they're trying to do by the wayside scientists. It's worked out of the red polls, have gotten the results there. Their decisions. A little bird told me. You're like, no, I would've. It's okay, but I'm not great. I'm not, you know, to Oman isn't me. I like to leave in different ways, but. Don't really have the the words. It's just a tie all the time every now and again, but I know what is it about. It's just an armband, I think, at read where we do a lot. Token is good. We do a lot of talk, and I think it suits Louise Aruba's to a t. Yeah, he's I dunno, I see Louis and I think that political figure for some reason, very, very stoic. He's got to get your attention demands, your ten fifteen minutes on. It's not like. Before you leave, we got your buddy Aaron long coming in a little bit. Tell us about Aaron long that nobody knows, can we? We can really use this to your advantage. Our advantage to embarrass him, I could have really him. He's kind of like a quiet kid. I think he's, he's, he's, you know what he is. He's very, he's humble and kind of respectful, and this is kind of new to him play by the way, but anything could give you. Maybe he's very funny. You should try and play like a little like try and bind a him in a way like play little joke, like wind him up about how about his grind beat. If we make him dance dance off this, what you do because it's one of those things you know, went up into boys media day and they make you do some crazy something that way crazy hats and. I'm robots, make him like pretend he has to like Donald and make him do like a move..

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"yanic" Discussed on MonsterTalk

MonsterTalk

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"yanic" Discussed on MonsterTalk

"They are. They are. They're skirting around that topic. So. Doing a little research myself. Have you? Yeah, I have not seen any wigs little bit or was it was a Nick rich them be. Don't make me. Of course. Bread firm. Yeah. Nick is Nick is probably written five books. We started this show. Written about forty books or something and writes a lot because lot to say so for our listeners who don't know, Nicolay British panel investigator, he's very invested in the John kills sort of ultra steel hypothesis. But yeah, he's back out of interviews, skeptics as well. So yeah. Yeah, I, I don't know. He would be an interesting person to talk to, but I don't think we'd have much in common. I shouldn't say that we'd have lots in common with entirely different reputations. So yeah, yeah, I believe he has written a book called women in black and that he has I had encounters or he's compiled of people stories encountered win in black center. Apparently they are thing will apologize to Nick for not having gotten through his book yet or. Are the two. Knickknacks. Right. A lot of really interesting books. We've talked set an interesting stories. Yeah. Yeah, I, I've, the Collins elite is probably one of my favorite theories. He's come up with. Which ties into this giant kill stuff quite a bit, which is the idea that there's like a secret branch of the government that's looking at this stuff is demonic and is fighting it from a religious perspective, which could be true. I mean, the government's big and lots of people can do stuff in there, so I don't know, but it was certainly interesting. But if we it's recurring theme on here, isn't it? You take any any weird phenomena. People took a drink every time I said, phenomena are phenomenon. They would die of alcohol poisoning. Game. So. You in the if you think any Bigfoot, bingo, if any. Being linger. Oh, bingo, stole my baby. If you take any phenomenon. They would be there would be people who would say it could be UFO's. It could be ghosts. It could be ultra struggles parallel dimensions. -cations Yanic Jeannie, you know? And then they're always skeptics over, say what this insufficient evidence? It's probably nothing. I, I feel bad sometimes how are they going to deny this one? Let's tune in and see. We're not the only ones anyway, but we should move onto well, final p questions where we kind of running out of time we are all going to, but lets people track derail me. What is the relationship in between the IB in the movies ends? I guess in TV showers and the folklore anecdotes of the same thing, but the basically the same thing, although by the time they get to the movies the the minute blacker heroes, and I was saying the folklore, they're generally considered to be. Kabaddi, I wanna. Yeah. If if at a minimum they're suppressing information and if you like information to be free within. Yeah, they're bad. I don't know of any stories where they kill people because how this stories come out. But. The just they just don't seem to have. They tend to be malicious malevolent in general, and the best you could say about them is they're weird. I mean, that would be the least harmful thing about them is they're weird and that's really not commonly captured in in most of the media portrayals, but but they are in the stories they just they're trying to suppress the facts about UFO's the knowledge of your foes and to keep people from digging like people think they're getting close. And then just when they're about to uncover the truth, that's when the mid show up. So. The MIB pronounced is just did say he, I guess, fast. You heard it here first folks and then of close. You've got that in the movies, often comedies. It doesn't seem like with the anecdotes at his any real comedy. The people who've had these experiences pretty pretty serious in sound. When you read them, they sound really dark, but I tend to read them in like a rod Serlin kind of voice and that Tim's to make them spookier when I'm listening to my head. If I, if it was like Bob cat Gulf wait, it would be less scary, you know? So Gilbert Gilbert, Godfrey reading men in black..

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"yanic" Discussed on This Week in Travel

This Week in Travel

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"yanic" Discussed on This Week in Travel

"The roads, everything it's named after presidents, read system. And trees elm maple. But no, it has that same feel because it was it was simply designed newer. In fact, I think if you were to really want to oversimplify the differences between the US and Europe, it's it's age. When you get down to it. Now, the type of houses people live in the cars that stream it all dates back to the fact that Europe simply older and we built our stuff. That's really it. There's a lot more than that, but I think that's a big loss of is a particularly great place if you have or can develop a love for American history because they have quite a lot there. There's a lot of the national parks, for instance, around Boston, are our historical historic places like the recreation of the first. Steel steel mill iron ironworks or the lull mills, which are the wear. The industrial revolution was invented in or stolen from Europe, you know, brought over to to the US and they still have the working mills there or the freedom trail or the, you know, all of those things that that's, that's the thing. Some things I like about Boston are the historic sites. Yeah, that must be because Boston as well as New York was one of the first cities that Yehiel Europe king. Oh, well, it would be the the most important city in the US in that time period was Philadelphia was the largest city. Okay. Boston would have been one of the biggest ports and New York would have been a major city too, but but not as central event. It wasn't. You've been at the time of the revolution. New York was a more important city in Philadelphia was no Philadelphia was no, I don't. I don't think that's because the first capital I mean as soon as the war was over well washing, he was in New York to first capital would be to capital the kind of congress, which is elsia. They couldn't do it because it was occupied with your in Boston. When the American revolution was fought when it started, we had a really good start of the siege in Boston, and there's some great stuff of the CJ Dorchester and how overnight they Washington all these cannons, and then it kind of what didn't go. So well for us, I've got her ass kicked on the the return and and repeatedly. But it was always interesting when I look back in that be the numbers of soldiers and troops involved in the American of really tiny yet when you're looking at like what happened? A few decades later within a Opole Yanic worse. Yeah, they would have fifty thousand people. I know Easter like skirmishes with that where they had the US that will they're more related to anything was happening Europe before that time here where they were fairly small standing armies and then but then for physical beauty, you know, Acadia, national park in Maine, for instance, is just stunning war some of that area to go to. One of the last remaining national parks have to visit. You haven't been there. Oh. Once after mooned. Acadia national park and we just got back there last year. Yeah, I, I have all the easy ones to visit, so it's I got the Hardouin so they will. I, I only know that I'm flying out of here on the third of August and then landing in Boston, and then I got to stop planning. Where'd you go? I don't know even know if I'm going to office out the res to with it. Well, if you're interested in cultural stuff, could have Red Sox game. Yeah, go. Then we park is the oldest baseball stadium in the US and. I haven't been part. I have been defending, but as European, I really don't understand the Bishop co with somebody who could explain I did. I did that. I did that in Toronto, and that was my first baseball game ever. And I saw a home run and it was great. It's easier to explain American football. But I know that the rules in baseball can get really weird mostly, they're not, but there are there are, you know, you don't try to understand the ball three-strikes out unless they've dropped the ball and getting all.

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"yanic" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"yanic" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Today that is an incredible insult to andrew by the way no one is more clueless about new york city than resident new yorker todd fritz born and raised raised here went to nyu stayed in brooklyn for the most part you went to nyu everyday for four years you had to come into the city for at least four did i took trader with mcclatchy and then i left the city that's brooklyn central park is really big fritzy really is yeah yeah very confusing them and then it is such a puck west and east other direction let i'll it's not just central park it's is like the weirdest moment last night said isn't central park beautiful at night to todd and todd like yeah yeah i can't wait to see it and we were standing right next no i don't even think he knew we were standing right next to central park i heard somewhere near central puck i'd love to check it out after the party if you're how do we get this show on mike really after all these years how do we do with i have no it to check in with the browns mary kay cabinet the browns beat writer for cleveland dot com and the cleveland plain dealer i don't know if i made her job tougher yesterday when i had the news source told me the browns are considering josh allen and baker mayfield with the number one pick not sam darnold or saquon barkley or anybody else there then all of a sudden sold this on a lot of shows bottom line adam schefter those kind of things where they were looking for somebody to validate this and it's a real story folks that know once again person who they're to people i trust when it comes to this with no agenda whatsoever they want no recognition whatsoever i just ask them to keep me honest with what's going on and that way i can dispense the information to you and that's all that was you gave me the information that what cleveland's thinking because these guys are talking to guys you know just small little world there yanic levin.

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