17 Burst results for "Ymer"
"ymer" Discussed on ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show
"This franchise up. I think blockbuster blockbuster by the way is one of them. Were underrated goal scores in this league. I love that kid couple years ago. This was one of my favorite stories i did. I visited him in minnesota at his summer house and it was just like going to visit the frat boys over the summer. He had like ten friends living with them. They were on the lake walked in it was like eggs bacon protein powder. Everyone is just waking up. Maybe a little stale beer. I live in his best life rocking yet. I mean the guys what. How old is a twenty three. He's weapons time. He was probably twenty two twenty three dogs out. He opted a dog by the way tampa all star weekend. Oh that's great. You know how. I love that on but i noticed that you said summer house. He didn't say cottage or cabin because he's again it there. It is the minnesota you notice. I haven't i live in la. I haven't people who the canes what about the dogs. Don't even ask me about the sharks. Sorry between the the ducks though. Go for it bradford's yes to me. The sharks are still a team. That's in denial. They need to rebuild. Its plan and simple. They tried it out with his core. It didn't work out is still have enough talented players to competitive but not enough talent to win and they just need a tear it all down and build a backup. The ducks have finally admitted. You know what our core didn't win with this group. Sorry we won in the past where to incorporate the gaff in the finally have committed to it. And i think that's where these franchises are different and i do think the ducks are at least on the right trajectory. Yes sharks are still of lying to themselves all right. Here's where they're exactly the same. Each team couldn't score goals last year. Averaging just like two and a half goals a game or just under two and a half goals a game you know if you look at the sharks. No martin jones anymore. This is my hot take prediction. Okay go for it. he thrives in philadelphia. he's out of the shark system. you're already the cordo hurt bandwagon. You're like it's going to be a backup morton joel. I think they're going to try to shelter. Carter heart though and you know give a split starts situation. Maybe it's thirty fifty forty six. Whenever it is ask doesn't even know what i'm you know. What event but james ymer is back. I mean the guy's been around thrown around every franchise in the world. I mean that's your guy in goal. I mean so they. They can't score and i'm concerned about the goals they let in. I mean last year. I correct me if i'm wrong. But they couldn't put the keep the puck out of their own net the sharks. I'm talking about at least the dog. Their goal tending was bought off an martin. Jones take is a real spicy one. Yeah yeah at least the ducks you know. I've and i haven't even got dissect kings by at least the ducks like yes. Yeah they're rebuilding all that great but they have the young players and they're always in games because john gibson you know a friend of the podcast so You know they have that going for them but honestly the la kings a lot of people. Wanna get excited about the la kings. I get it. They will improve. They have again like the ducks. Good promising young talent. All of the above a beautiful max. We spoke to drew. Doughty friends the podcast. He's a believer lot of copa talk. Copays a believer quickies a believer. Are they living in the past. Are they gonna be able to blend properly. I know it's week in the pacific division. I'm just like yes. You're going to be better than last year. But it's not going to be enough to get into the playoffs. No i'm with you and you know. I think we're excited about all these young players have but can we just remember how young they are like quinton by just turned nineteen years old roy monthly over the summer. Arthur kelly of another guy with really high expectations. He's just twenty years old and the expectations for players. We really haven't had like an a plus prospect. Come into the league. Since off the matthews. That's in the top of the draft and the typical development path. Is you need a year to age. You need a year then in the nhl to kind of find your feet. We're seeing that with the rangers of alexis. Don't worry guys we're going to get to the metropolitan eventually So i think these guys just need to get their feet wet and really good situations. Maybe a little bit warmer winning culture that has been the last couple of years but again year. Two away from actually being legitimately good team. Yeah so. I mean like my three in the pacific that are definitely gonna make the playoffs. Maybe not in this order vegas edmonton and the crack in those top three positions. That's that's what i'm thinking. We didn't even talk about the calgary flames because linda. Do we care about the calgary flames but we love matthew could chuck. I wish he was on another team. I love and i wish he was on another team. Maybe they will be by that trade deadline whenever the hell is in march it really does feel like no it does though it feels like this is the last year for this quarter. Really figure it out or something's gotta budge but what's up. They hired darryl sutter the extended him. I mean i thought he was back on the form you know. Join the team on the bench last year. What you're looking for. I would think you bring a guy like sutter in when your team is on the verge and interesting. Ain't you because i've heard about solder that it's kind of like the gm and waiting once they finally got rid of brad..
"ymer" Discussed on The Economist: Editor's Picks
"How it is measured somewhere between one in six or in five children counted as poor. The reason why is not mysterious. The safety net has always been thinnest for the country's youngest. America spends a modest north point six percent of gdp on child and family benefits compared with the oecd average of two point one percent. What would happen if this were to change. The rush of cash congress made available to cushion the economic fallout of covered nineteen provided an experiment under the status quo. The researchers zachary parolin sophie. Collier meghan curran. And christopher ymer calculate that the child poverty rate would have been twenty percent in july because of some new relief policies like the business bailouts the stimulus checks issued to most families and more generous unemployment benefits this rate declined to around sixteen percent but the most significant dent was placed by a more generous child tax credit which has been retooled to look a lot more lightly. Child allowance games used in other countries for one. The credits are being paid out monthly rather than when families file their annual taxes as the case for the earned income tax credit that subsidizes wages for working class americans or the mortgage interest deduction which subsidizes the suburban lifestyle of the upper middle class. The credits lesson in value as family income increases but those earning up to two hundred forty thousand dollars qualify for some amount. The checks are also more generous than before parents of young children receive three hundred dollars per month while those with children above the age of six received two hundred fifty dollars. Those payments passed. As part of mr biden's one point nine trillion dollar stimulus began only in july. But in just one month they had a big effect. The child poverty rate dropped from fifteen point eight percent in june two eleven point nine percent representing a decline of three million american children living in poverty. But is an encouraging. Start to the rollout of perhaps the most important anti-poverty policy in generation and there are early indications that the money is being spent on necessities not simply saved surveys from the census bureau. Show that most families say they are spending the new funds on clothing. Food housing utilities rather than paying down debts or bolstering savings also seem to be some measurable effects on hardship. The number of households with children that reported not having enough food in the past week dropped substantially after the first payment began going from thirteen point seven percent to nine point five percent but does not mean that the rollout has been flawless to reduce administrative barriers. The credits are supposed to flow. Automatically from the internal revenue service or irs to family bank accounts however a significant minority of american families have not filed tax returns in the past two years. Meaning that eligible. Children are missing out. The outreach has been fairly limited from our perspective says tyler hall of give directly a charity. He notes that one attempt a video message from mr biden posted on twitter is unlikely to reach many of the missing family's approximately half of americans who make too little to file federal tax returns. Do not own a computer and a fifth lack. The bank accounts needed to receive payments in the first place. The treasury department set up an online portal to allow such families to register for the benefits to begin with. This was a clunky website. That could not be read in spanish or easily navigated on mobile phones. No dedicated funds were set aside for navigators to find these hard to reach families and sign them up. One senior white house official acknowledges these criticisms but points out that the irs only had a few months after congress enacted the policy to set up payments. And that the coverage rate for most anti-poverty programs is below one hundred percent about sixty seven point. Six million children are thought to be eligible in the month of august. Though the treasury department estimated that it made payments for sixty one million children this was still an increase of some one point six million from july. Pavements a suggestion that the outreach thus far has been modestly successful a jazzy website made by code for america. Good government group has since being launched the future strategy will be threefold. The official says encouraged families to file taxes if possible try to cross enroll them when registering for other federal programs if not and requests congress to appropriate more funds for navigators to assist in signing people up private organizations and philanthropists have tried to spread the word note. Some intractable difficulties mixed status families undocumented parents with citizen children who qualify are especially reluctant elizabeth gonzalez. Who has knocked on doors in southwest detroit to spread word about the credit notes that many such families fear that taking the funds will jeopardize their chances of obtaining residency papers the coverage gap attenuates the anti-poverty potential of the program if the plan managed to achieve something close to full coverage the columbia researches estimate that the share of children living in poverty could drop even further to below ten percent and less than half the status quo rate. Those reductions would accumulate disproportionately among black and hispanic children who are more likely to be eligible for the payments but not receiving them at full coverage poverty for black children were drop from its present estimates of eighteen point four percent to thirteen nine point six percent for hispanic children from sixteen point eight percent to fourteen point one percent an ostensibly race neutral program would have big effects on racial disparities if implemented more robustly all this progress is currently slated to be time limited though democrats in congress agreed to implement the enhanced payments only for one year. All of mr biden's legislative priorities are in the process of being rolled up by congress into a mega package costing trillions. The future of the expanded credit will rest on these delicate negotiations. The white house proposal is to continue the payments until twenty twenty-five but not make them permanent the cost of doing so would be one hundred billion dollars a year or north point four five percent of gdp which is less than the amount spent by allowing capital gains to be taxed at preferential rates or the amount spent to subsidize private health insurance plans that the president might split hairs on. Perhaps his biggest success is the result of a self imposed bind. Mr biden is keen to present his plan as completely paid for without raising taxes on families making less than four hundred thousand dollars a year. Michael bennett had democratic. Senator from colorado. Who has been championing. The policy of years is arguing for immediate permanence. Having a safety net for kids in the country and lifting a bunch of kids out of poverty is an important step forward and it's a recognition that the united states of america does not have to accept one of the highest childhood poverty rates in the industrialized world as a permanent feature of our democracy and our economy. He says the chances that things revert to the old normal will soon become unthinkable. Mr bennett reckons. I would be very surprised if the child tax credit.
"ymer" Discussed on Poisonous Minds
"But when he couldn't Wyman suggested that they just use machete and metal baseball bats. That's fucked up. Salah agreed he would only be the driver. And ymer continued to keep in contact with sleepy John By texting since. He was still grounded all. Cuisine testified in court on September tenth two thousand eleven a day prior to the gruesome murders, he was at y Mas residents with my Mo- Salat and some friends. Sleepy John arrived in the group met up in wine must driveway. Qassim sad that John? Junior was frustrated and. Talking very fast. Pacey. Almost like he was in a panic. He was telling the group that he wanted his parents dead that day. And then left Cassim and slot left for a while, but when they returned. Why confronted them? Sleep John wanted the murder done that day. Casino slot left again, but returned later on that evening after receiving a text from Lima. Now why must a little like? He's got people at his house like they're kind of having a party. There were actually people who saw them meeting up. anyways. Why am I explained to them that sleepy John was going to call him on skype later that night about a quote. Unquote concert. Was a code word. He set up to give them the green light to let them know that his parents were asleep and they were good to go and housing kill them now. Wimal later in his testimony says that the code word was actually used, or it was supposed to be used for sleepy John to say that he had killed his parents, and they need to come over regardless concert. Was the code word but I think that they. Obviously. They were going to kill his parents. So cuisine arrived around one forty. Five am on September Eleventh Sleepy John called Y on skype and use the code word. Lima reached for the metal. Bats and Salat drove cuisine and wine to sleepy. Johns home. Slash drop them off and cuisine told him to drive around until gave him the signal to pick him back up. So slow left sleepy John was waiting outside supposedly with a miner's helmet to signal CASSIM and Weimer from behind Bush. With the Light He then lead them towards the garage. He opened the rear service store and told them that his parents were sleeping upstairs. Cuisine testifies that he saw multiple stacks of money on a counter in the garage all in hundred dollar bills..
"ymer" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"On Virginia. Our officials so important in each one of these games. No more important than they were on Saturday. Ron Gruber Michael Stevens and Terry Ymer getting the nod for the national championship game because junior doesn't press. They get back and this woman, fitted Texas Tech and getting transitioned vast first free throw is good for Jarrett. Kover? Seventy percent shooter navy Federal Credit Union proudly serves the armed forces, the DOD veterans, and their families are members are the mission insured by NCUA are going to kick out of everybody talking about this is the first over these total three times just as frayed after the. Oh, that's funny. Yeah. Magin it does get to you. No matter. How many times you get? Here you go. Cock. You a player? Pray for chapters basketball bass. Gets the butterflies going Odio say sits down for Texas Tech, rain and Francis the six five senior on the floor for the red raiders at a two ballgame. And he was terrific in the game against Michigan state is physicality and abilities switch and guard. Big huge today. Again, he hey, Clark driving left baseline a little white hand. Floater won't go rebound. Brandon frances. I board right off the bench hands off the over Cobra leave at midcourt for Mooney Mooney now holding it above his head. Fires a Passover to ready on the right hand wing. And checking their punchers feeds already to moody rather trying to bounce to cutting Owens and it goes out of bounds last touched by the Cavaliers with fifteen shoot each situation. We're Texas Tech. Strive to post up Mony Virginia come with that hard double team from the weak side. They're not gonna Lau movie to take advantage of key. Hey Clark in the post. Also cover the lane. So techs gotta be able to try to force temple at his game. Definitely happy on offense toward early substitution for Virginia Clark out and on Braxton played eleven minutes. The last two games. Here's moody trying to find room over the left elbow packs it out with five shoot Bolton between the circles the shot clock little crossover trying to hunter gets it. Back to off balance. Three just float up. Thanks to backward. Caroms off the rim and into the hands of the Andrei hunter of Virginia, and Kevin that's up to two super tease you'd because he can match up with Brandon Francis. Jerome fakes three. Now fires that three little fouled. Stop. At a rebound swan out into the hands of meeting. Texas Tech look at the run three on Tuesday. Hurry, Fulcher jump stop inside and a foul on Thai Jerome L Virginia. It's gotta be able to rebound get it out quick because bit Virginia's plots lane so much that it's hard to get anything other than the outside agree one hundred percent. And if they don't do that clock. They've gotta make threes. Yeah. They've gotta make three. That's right. And that's exactly right. So for over two from three for Texas Tech. But Pulver back at the line, where's to for now to as the rebound onto the day. But it's to shop bowser one more to come to an an all this week for Westwood one's coverage of the masters. Live from Augusta National or visit masters dot com. For live action all week, long masters dot com. Your online source.
"ymer" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Cats and dogs. Which is Mr. demand ski seems to be a firm opinion, the cats are interior to dogs because Joe bar producers thinking about getting a cat after a lifetime of being a dog person. Yeah. That offense Jeff. It's it just seems like generally speaking. There are two types of people when it comes to pets cap person dog person. Now, I don't hate cat people. I kinda hate cats. But I don't I wouldn't I wouldn't hurt a cat. I would. But like my brother, he's a cat guy. If he suddenly said that he was becoming a dog guy, even though I would think he would be right to feel that way. It's like, I wouldn't even know who he wasn't anymore because I don't think that's something you can just change. I think you're born this way. I think you're hardwired it's like a sexual preference. All right, lady Gaga. I'm telling you. I don't think you can just suddenly have have the same appreciation forget, even if you do have both been your home unless you somehow start out that way, if you grew up with a cat and a dog, and you really just love them equally. Maybe then you can. But generally speaking, there's cat people dog people in that's that and people are on one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five Mark from Pennsylvania. You're on New Jersey one zero one point five. Hi. I had cats in my light three. But we'll watch it really was a stray cat, we talk and that was living under out. Okay. The wine cat was four three to four weeks old when we got her. So she was raised with our dog who is still puppy. They were best threat here. But when she got older, and we got a different dogs. She hated her. Doc. She would mess with it. She would you know, if a buyer to scratch at Hey, all nasty to it. She was with anybody. If she was I up. Because they passed by and Dan pay attention. Do you ever get into real knock down drag out fight? I think so, but I wasn't always there to see it without my knowledge. Right. It's hard. It's no reach that. They're crazy themes that if you're Catholic he noted album, anyways, but they are deemed they're kind of evil. Yeah. They have even the cheese state love to do evil things to you. And like you say you pass a law. You you're screwed for the rest of your life. I well there you go. Outside. And that's from a man who has both who or who had both cat and dog Mark, thanks for your call. I wasn't sure quite where he was going to go with that. He made it quite clear. Yeah. My wife had to cancel and we got married I inherited the cats, and I was always on their bedside. I never got along with the stupid things. Yeah. Well, I mean can't just see cats will be belligerent if you have an ill behaved dog, I believe personally, it's almost always because something happened to that dog. Somebody did something to that dog. But cats. They don't need a reason they act as if they were like an abused dog. But they don't really need a reason nothing. I mean, you know, they they had a dream coach life and yet they'll just like attack you out of nowhere, and they're still gonna tear up your leather jacket. If you leave it on a chair off forget about it. I would see this is I think true as well. Other than your dog ate a bunch of stuff. Well, yeah. Any dog I had did. But I mean, only in the younger years and the learn cats never seen this is why people end up declawing cats. Oh, that's a bad thing now. Yeah. A lot of vets don't like to do it like taking the last part of your fingers off. Agatha in Moorestown, you're on New Jersey one zero one point five. Hi. I can't believe out here going on and on and on about cats. I've had cats. I've never had that problem jumping up on the counter or attacking me. They've never jumped up on a counter your cats have never jumped on a counter. No catch that. I've had now were they crippled. Katkov cats tend to jump were surprised that they don't jump. Well, yeah, they just they just they didn't jumped up on the table or up on the counter, you know, they just favor they belong on the floor. They used to come up and and lay on the couch. I mean, you know, I've never been attacked right now. I have a dog. I'm also a job. I don't have a cat right now. But which do you think is better? Do you think one animal is inferior to the other or superior to the other? Basically deep down. I'm a big dog person a little person right now, my dog is crying she's going. So if that's what you're hearing. Oh, how ironic that we're talking about this in you're on your way to the vet. Are you getting their fixed? No, no. She has something wrong with one of her toes. Oh, does she have extra toes along the back of her leg? Davinci's dog with the opposable thumb. She's got her other for fortune, but something's wrong with that. The one got. No, there's no she's not an outside dog. She only goes out when I take her out. And she's a pit bull by the way. You know, sixty four pound. Bull fan. Oh my God. He she is wonderful. All this business that they say they're mean, and this and that it just kills me because she's not she's a love. Okay. Agatha. Thanks for your call. Okay. What see when the pit bulls burping up cap. Kathy in touch and you're on New Jersey one point five. Hi, how you doing? All right. I agree with that. Now, I've had both cats both dogs. We had a Ymer honor that trashed her house. He had such anxiety when we left he was destructive. And my cats have never ruined anything and the same that she said, none of my cats have ever been on our table, or are counters and all you have to do with a cat. If she jumps on the counter once you pick a squirt bottle of water. Oh, yeah. And my wife used to do that when the cats would eat or plants. Yeah. Yeah. I can give you a story about sport dog person. So you think do you think cats are more intelligent than dogs? I tell you I have had the most intelligent tasks, and I've had the dumbest cats. Okay. Matt Sammy was a dog in a cat costume. As soon as I came home. He was at my side and followed me all over. Why did you give him a people name? Oh, I always give my I'm am, Molly. Now, I always give them people on this. Call them like stripes or yeah. Yeah. Whisker holly. Sammy Mickey cozy poopie. Horrible name. Oh, daddy. Thanks for your call running. Thanks. We are asking the question suburban New Jersey. If you have dogs, if you have cats first of all, let us know did the cats and dogs get along or not, and which is the better animal cat or dog, which is smarter which is more useful, which is more affectionate clearly a dog one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five let's break for the news at three thirty one..
"ymer" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Sixty eight percent free. Throw shooter converts. Three point Michigan lead was set on a quarter remaining. Julius pesky bras dak- some liberals for Michigan their road. Blue with amazing, Mike trim, the Julius detest key left wing for livers wallpaper inside delivers to pool. Now testy top of the key box paths for pool cutting laying it up no more cell grabbed the net that should count. Instead they're going to give them two shots. He grabbed the net to pull himself up. Not sure what Terry Ymer just toward John v line. I don't understand that grabbed the net that should be goaltending. And an an one. Just a flat-out blown call. Yeah. That's a legitimate argument. And. You know, they don't want to go to the table or the screen and take a look at things like that. If that's the case, I don't want him to go. Take a look at nothing. The rest of the game. Terry water. Just explain it to Luke dot has got to be in the cylinder in order for it to be goaltending. And it was not. So there you go. There's the difference full makes them both. And it's thirty five thirty Michigan in front yard screaming to Ignace bras Dake is box out. Why you love being on the floor here. For Nintendo left mid post. Opposite post A Smith. Got bras is up in the air. Didn't take the shot now hook shot from the left baseline overcast skiing. I think that's John pesky. It's thirty five thirty two. Michigan improv sixteen fully five. Now wouldn't be surprised if that surprise dealing Smith. Yeah. Muscle memory, no ideal where he wore prazegas, catching two three Mr. Fennell right wing Smith with the rebound. Marriages six and a half points per game to Iowa back to Smith straightaway. A drive on bras. Davis had it knocked out of his hands chased down by Fernando saved it to Cowan Cowan topside for Yalla left wing. More sell for three short rebound. Smith grabbed it hook shot. Forty five thirty four Michigan leave by one. Offensive rebounds. Now going toward Maryland. They have ten offense have rebounds on the lake. Six. Second half. Fool around the screen from pesky splits. Mr. located lamp Fernando late swore Maryland breakout. Nice crossover dragged the footnote. Thirty six thirty five Maryland. Time out for the wolverines. Gaylon Smith a difference maker early here in the second half three for five from the floor seven points on the day helped Maryland, build a one point lead at home. You're listening to Michigan basketball from learfield. College or deer dare.
"ymer" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Air with Bob graves. Good morning. Morning, gentlemen. How are you? Good morning. Hey, I'm wanna use them vying for create like a privacy wall. I would like something that not only climbs. Well, but it also tracks like humming birds or butterflies or rate. Register you have any suggestions for that trumpet. Vine would be a possibility is very vigorous. It does flower. You could also conceivably use climbing hydrangea would work for that. There are honeysuckle Vining honeysuckle. We don't do the shrub. So they work invasive, but the vines you can use Dutchman's pipe would be another one that there'd be a number of them. You would not use something like Ivy, you know, like an English because that doesn't flour. And it's not that vigorous. And and you wouldn't use a Boston Ivy or something of that sort? It doesn't really flower that much, but yeah, any of those other three or four that I mentioned would be possible trumpet, vine Dutchman's pipe hydrangea or honeysuckle what about? Yeah. I don't know a lot about hops. But I know that they they certainly do grow in this area. So that'd be you know, you'd have to research it a little bit. I don't know that much about it. But yeah, that's another possibility. Okay. Thanks for the call. All right Curtis. Thank you very much. We got time for one more call. We have Bill Bill. Hi, you're on the robot grave. Good morning. Hi, joe. You're the plane. Conditions with say hardwood and white pine pitch. Pine woods near us. Have a little time with the law because of the soil. Sure. I was gonna ask about that. But last year unique situation around March April. Looked like Morales growing in my backyard. Trader Joe's make confirm that there were edible morale. Okay. How can I say come back again this you're out tonight? Okay. Do that. Voyeur getting outside my area of knowledge, you know, I would look that one up. But you know, the the the growth of those is really dependent. I think mostly on conditions. If the conditions are right. They're going to go. And if the conditions aren't right. They're not and obviously you have the right soil conditions. I think I have a lot to do with the weather in any particular years to how well the they'll do. But that would take some research if you want to if you want to expedite that process. I I don't know what that would be. I think we're skipping up as ground was covered with snow for a long time. And then what's that? That pops up. Alive for that. Now. Pitch crime. Tree. Crazy with the needles coming down all the time. Heartbreaking where grass grows what do you recommend no grass is going to grow their you're you may want to just forget about it unless you grass need, sun and water and fertility. And and you don't have any of that. And that soil sandy is not much fertility. You don't you know, you got some shade. If you've got a big tree, you'd have to water it, you know, if you were really diligent about it and got those three things you can grow grass, but you know, in nature of grass can grow. It will it's hard to keep grass from growing. If the conditions are right. You know, you dropped some some grass seed in the crack of a sidewalk, and it'll grow if there's enough moisture, so you know, it's frustrating depends on how much effort you wanna put into it. Bags of Ymer around it because they say. No, no, no, no, no, no, check, the soil ph. I it may or may not need a lot of times. People think it doesn't it doesn't. So unless you put unless you get assault test. And again, if it's very acidic shore line will help. But again, if it's shady, and and it's dry, and there's not a lot of nutrient, and that soil, you gotta provide those things. The ph is not necessarily the problem, and it could be, but you got to check it and see. Thank you. Thank you very much. We appreciate that Bill, Bob. Thanks very much. We'll see next week. All righty, upgrades, nursery roots, haven't here Leith and thanks for your calls. Eight to twenty seven WGN radio.
"ymer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The starting lineups here for tonight's ballgame. Indiana will be the syntax uniform report has Indiana and their home white uniforms trips at. And the Purdue Boilermakers tonight will be in their black uniforms with gold and white from syntax is the supplier uniform Indiana, University businesses across the state of Indiana cintos? Uniform people. Ballgame Terry Ymer bobowski and John Hager. The first time we've seen John Higgins do an basketball team. I think maybe in two years Higgins, of course, was a fixture of the big ten for many seasons, but has moved on. Now. Of course, it's still one of the best officials in NC double a basketball needs some good officials. That's for sure tonight. And I just want a fair game across the board. And for these players they're going to be able to tell early how the game is going to be officiated. We've seen games were they allow a lot of contact inside the paint. And we've also seen games where the whistle is blowing time and time after time. This team's gotta figure out what's going to how this game going to get officiated. Let's pause ten seconds for station identification. You're listening to the university basketball. News weather traffic. Three. See? Bobowski steps in the sauce of the Aaron Indiana's garage Davis tip. And rob fantasy has the basketball. Brings it across the timeline has the left side to Al girl. He breaks out between the circles gifts to Romeo Langford holds size slide. Passive stream can't gives it off the top of the key logging distract the fantasy. He slides, right. Pulls up. Dumps it inside the down low. He puts it up. He draws a foul. He does not make the shot, but he'll go to the free throw line as the personal fouls. Rustled? I think Grady I for great core mission. My rob. Defense was key in on Doron Davis. Posting up the off big wasn't paying attention. And just a straight line pass across the lane wide open to one more great court vision by rob fantasy. Now, could you want mock dance free throws here? They are critical. And he misses the first he continues to struggle at the line. Obviously, not making the first woman the night isn't necessarily a bad thing. But it could be a mess. It could be an.
"ymer" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"I'm your host Ardmore. Our special guest today is the remarkable Marcus Allen. You've set a lot of records as a running back for the LA raiders and the Kansas City Chiefs during your fifteen year football career, and you're also a football analyst for CBS. And here's a special note, you share your life with a wheaten terrier named Zoe. Hey, Marcus tells us tell us a little bit about your dog Zoe, and what's it about terriers that you just really like well Zoe is the first Syria that I've ever had the family dog, and we absolutely loves dearly. She has she has unconditional love she is. She is loving. She's gonna she loves to ride in the car. She's exactly what I've family dog. It's not the first thought that we've had I sort of grew up with dogs. That's my first dog was Sheppard. Oh, San San Diego. Yes. Diego. When I was a young boy. And then our second dog was a Ymer Reiner. So we've had dogs our family entire life. And so, you know, this was a great opportunity for me to be a part of the Casey national championship. Who's in it by row Canaan, the largest start showing America to highlight? My love for dogs. So case my dog going, and I gotta tell you. I'm a little bit biased. Because I got a Jack Russell terrier mix named Kona full name ice cream Kona. And so we're going to be rooting for the terriers. That's all right with you. Isn't it Marcus? Absolutely. We tears in particular. I didn't know how great the dog would be. I had no idea. My wife, Lauren. Dog out. And I think I look more than she does. So it's a great family dog again energetic. Choose. You too Oklahoma. She's almost just about a year wrote. Now, you have survived survived the wonder years, absolutely beautiful. She's great does not indicative of Prada. See I saw picture youthful soft gray color. She's absolutely stunning. She would know how to be. Why wouldn't she? Well, you know, I think secretly we all would like to believe, but our dog would win best in show. Yeah. I hear you. You know, we all believe that our dog picked up on her. So, you know, I'm excited to be a part of this snake AC national championship. It's going to air as you said on January first twenty nineteen at six pm on animal planet this year. I think it's a new record number of injuries. Almost eighty five hundred dollars representing ninety American kennel club recognize breach. I mean, they're coming from all over the globe. Ward in the dog sports. Absolutely. So I mean, this is Super Bowl the dog show. I think you got it. And you you know, you know, how to handle that kind of pressure now. In addition to you, Marcus Allen, there's going to be some other celebrities, we can just do a quick rundown. And we've got the extra host. Mario lopez. He's gonna take care of those non sporting group, and he's got a French bulldog. Name. I love the name Julio Cesar Chavez Lopez. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's a lot of words. And then we have actress MacKenzie west more she's to take care of the hound group. And she has a greyhound named Asha. The multi platinum selling artists Brett young represents the toy group. He's gonna cap them with his pomeranian. Oscar, we got Olympic gold medalist. Shawn Johnson taking care of the sporting group and golden retriever Nash hallmark channel host Cameron Mathison with the working group, and he has a dog named. Read who's a Doberman. Actor kellan lutz is the herding group captain for and has an Australian shepherd named KOTA. But again, Marcus Allen, I'm rooting for you and the terriers were I appreciate that. And I'll do respectable is wonderful people and their dog, the the terrorist group is the best in particular team Wheaton. So I think we're gonna take up honors. And all right. So how do you prepare? How do you captain these guys? What are you doing man? We've talked a little trash can't good good competition. Repeated because you love our dog. The bath. That's what it's all about. Lovers. Reinvite everyone to share their photos of their family members on social media clogging at real Canaan in has team dog and share with their breathe think we'll take top honours at the AKC national championship offer the chance to have their dogs photo featured doing the broadcast so we can care everybody. Their dog. And so everybody listened to what Marcus just said we're talking hashtag team dog. You can do it on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, tag, Royal Canaan and share hashtag team dog. So you might get your dog's photo in the TV special, which is pretty cool. And speaking of the dogs, they're coming from like forty nine states in twenty one countries. This is global North America. It's a big time. Now you've done a lot of things in your life on and off the field. But this is a pretty big deal because we really love our dogs. Is there any pressure? How did you end up pressure for this? This is about loving your dog and showing what you dog that's for you. And given I think everybody an opportunity of different side of you. And I think when we look at I think all families and pets are so special endorphin particular. And again, I grew up with dogs been a part of my life forever. And I've had different breeds the latest ones Zoe, we she absolutely one of the best. So I'm thrilled to be part of this this campaign. Now, you're going to hear the sports writer coming out. And may I know back in the day you got to team up with another legend Joe Montana when you finish your career at Kansas City, and you've got a seventy four yard TD run. When you guys won the AFC championship. I'm just wondering does oh we have moves like Marcus Allen when running around in the. Zoe. I don't take a backseat. Let you take a back seat Fizeau when it comes to boobs quickness. And certainly again, I didn't realize if terrorists were so. Yeah, when I send her around the yard we go to play I'm beat us impossible to catch. And it's usually whereas so would she be a good running back? I'm just thinking if you had an all dog football league. And you had breeds would you think breeds like terriers would be good in the backfield? And who would be good on the line? She would be my third down specialist. Okay. All right. All right. And she will pick up the third down because of the quickness Subaru return punts kickoffs. She's exciting. Explosive. That's why lover is there any dog breed that you think would be a good canine quarterback or a good linebacker or or. Because I'm just thinking would be a good quarterback primary like I'm thinking like Dow stralia shepherd Einstein's stood shepherds. A labrador Dakota was was doing shepherd a labrador was best. So we I've been talking about my family or myself. We've had you know dogs as long as I can remember. But to decide who the quarterback would be. That's an interesting one. Yeah. We'll have to think about that. I'm just thinking it would be a good linebacker to you know, you gotta have. I think I think like dobermans can just rush. And then they just pin you they don't in the massive. So. I had an Akita too. So there you go. There you go. He was pretty good linebacker with very territorial. Marcus look your next career. You might be. You could be doing. Canine football league, you never know. There could be hope. A lot of fun. Yeah. I've worked for tweets from Royal Canin. There you go. So with all this folks, we're having fun with Marcus Allen. But we do want you tune in on January first, it's at six o'clock eastern and Pacific on animal planet to catch the AKC national championship. It's presented by Royal Canaan. And I love these shows I really do because you you find yourself rooting for your favorite breed or your favorite dog. As I mentioned, I have Kona who is my Jack Russell terrier mix. She's actually helps me teach pet first aid and pet behavior all over the country. But at one time I had a corgi so of like the herding group, and I had a husky mix. So I don't think I can lose your upcoming AKC national championship dog show code. I know it seems like you've got all the briefs covered. So with Allison who wins. I think you're gonna turn out a winner. Vegas, right. Yes. Well, when I was checking your bio, Marcus, I will say this. I know in the performing arts, there's a thing called very elusive title. And that's the got where you were somebody like a John legend where you win an EMMY a Grammy and Oscar and a Tony looking at you. You can't move over John legend all the things that you've won as a single individual to win college. And pros, I mean, I can't think of anybody else. That's one all these accolades that I mentioned at the top of the show, that's an accomplishment. How do you mean? How do you handle that? How do you handle the fame Marcus easy to handle? I think when you come from gratitude there, you go when you look at you know, the all the kids that I grew up with and then played the cans. I always said why me why was I so lucky I live with gratitude in so it's easy sort of not to you know, that the he'd get too big. But when I look back and reflect on the things. That you've mentioned I certainly do have pride in the fact that sort of the, you know, the one guy that holds all those titles, and frankly, the only guy that's right? That's right, which is sort of a testament to how my career went which I'm very proud of. So it's a blessing. That's something that I try not to think about but I look back flecked on. Well, folks, I want you to dash over to his his Twitter. It's appropriate at Marcus Allen, H O F, which stands for of course, hall of fame. And I like the fact that when of your y'all so mentioned in on Facebook page, you really looked up to Jim Brown and Earl Campbell. And can you tell our listeners why? Well, the way they played the game always taken great pride in playing the game. The right way clean it at high level giving it everything you got and respecting your opponent. Even though you're trying to defeat them. Right. I think that with great enthusiasm. But. There were exciting. I think they're great people. And I think they give back more to society than what people realize so always admired those two gentlemen. I consider the really good friends in Jim in particular. I'm being he, you know, he played at a time that was socially very difficult to play. And he you know that era and has done great things for community. And so my hat's off to him, you know, and I love running backs in general, so. We know this is funny. But we in order to play that position you have to say to yourself not air against but just that didn't nobody in the field better than you. The are regardless of how many alkaloids they have regardless on how many pro bowls they they've been to whether their defensive MVP, or whatever there's nobody to feel better than than you. That's the psychology this necessary to be a winner. So I think they all approach again the same way, I agree. Now, we're going to talk a little bit more with Marcus Allen before we finish this episode of the o behave show, but we're going to take a quick commercial breaks. Everybody sits stay cheer for your favorite dog breed. We'll be right back. Time a walk on the red carpet of.
"ymer" Discussed on 710 WOR
"But they couldn't quite get it. And candidate for Montas Mathis. The loose ball brought up the other way by Romeo Lankford and Indiana. Here's a kickout drive left side and a hand off on the perimeter. It's Durham gets it on the far side in front of the Rutgers bench Lankford now I'll chop shot clock is down ten for Indiana down to the baseline finishing underneath and all alone to finish it off his Justin Smith through banks at all pro teams playing man to man to start the help came that time and nice pass by Indiana to get the easy. Layup are officials today. Bobrovsky Terry Ymer and LA bought a Simpson and an offensive foul called against Rutgers. And it looks like. Got it against Iran says Mathis, and they did the math is says one of the things he's he's really played very very, well, Jerry averaging almost eighteen points a game. The last couple of games has really emerged as a force in this league. But he does get some silly foul early which hurts them Indiana in their traditional red uniform today, turn it over on the other end with white trim and white numbers and lettering is they simply throw it away. Justin Smith thought that Lankford was gonna cut to the outside. But he didn't Rutgers in their home whites with scarlet and black trim scarlet numbers and lettering. Her Shaquille dourson, right elbow to nothing Indiana with the lead a minute fifteen gone by right side. Ron Harper junior on the perimeter me up top of the key Harper junior pop three and berries. Patience and time by Rutgers moving to fall getting a wide open three on the other end. Indiana mix them pays to one Morgan converts in transition and lays it up at end didn't get back in time. Get back to rush is very very well. Four three Indiana with the lead nearly two minutes gone by here at the rack what the basketball Mathis out of the perimeter right side geo Baker Baker try to feed the post overrule couple of dribbles down to the low block right side. Turnaround, had the shot blocked ball is loose. It's kicked out and that's loose on the floor. Looks you comes away with it. Indiana does going the other way to onto Justin Smith will pull it back out. Right side. Tennessee thought about the three thought better bounce pass down low. Here's Morgan on the low post left against dourson kicks it back out finished C three. No, good rebound. Quickly. The other end for Rutgers great outlet for the mobile. Hurry up to Mathis had his shot blocked and call a jump balls. He got pulled to the ground, and it will be Indiana basketball. I five possessions for Rutgers four turnovers, not a number. That's keep paiko can live with. That's for sure. As we said the beginning of for keys to the game. You wanted to jump on Indiana. Don't give them confidence. Rutgers comes out onto to three quarter court press drops back in the man to man. Cross the shaded straight of New Jersey state of New Jersey and block are midcourt. Here's Indiana, bright side, Romeo. Lankford left side drive and a kick back out. It is Durham up top and a jump shot is buried by Romeo Lankford straight on and at six three Indiana. Very smooth player. Everything look easy. That's why they're thirteen NBA scouts here. Tonight. Maruti trebled drive and couldn't quite finish with the left hand. But he'll go to the line to shoot a pair. I get it on Lankford. That's his first with sixteen fifty four left here in the first half. Indiana has dropped six straight. They opened up the conference schedule at three and four they lost their.
"ymer" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"How dictatorships come to power how dictators takeover democracy right article in Forbes from February twenty thirteen by Jim Powell? Where he talks about how Hitler came to power and the free things that Hitler offered. Did you know that after World War One, did you know that Germany in roll moment in the university soared by nineteen thirty one in Germany one hundred twenty thousand versus a maximum of seven seventy three thousand students before the war full scholarships by Hitler while he wasn't empower yet. But Germany, the socialist Germany in the Ymer Republic offered full scholarships for poor students with ability. Now, that's an interesting thing. Poor students with ability here in America, we offer poor student scholarships. Whether they have ability or not, and then we put him into Harvard. And then when they can't keep up they sue and scream racism. As one chronicler reported a scholarship student pays no fees at the university. His textbooks of free at a most purchases, which he makes no clothing clothing is free medical treatment. Transportation. Tickets theaters to theaters and concerts. The student receives reductions and priced at a student may get wholesome food sufficiently, keep body and soul together. While there was some German anti semitic agitation during the late nineteenth century. Germany was not really the place. It was thought to flourish. Why did the highly educated Germans embrace a lunatic like Adolf Hitler asks Jim Powell and Forbes magazine. And he writes the short answer is that bad policies caused economic military and political crises child time for tyrants, and when people became angry enough a desperate enough. Sometimes they'll support crazies who would never attract a crowd in normal circumstances. Now are we in that stage in America? No, the media would have you believe we're in those bad times. We're not in those bad times is a complete construct of of the left-wing media. People are fat and happy there's an obesity epidemic. Nobody is starving in America. There's nobody really needs anything in this country. They have is jealousy which is whipped up by the likes of the left in this country. Such as camera Harris, offering free healthcare is though that is something you're entitled to well. No, you're not entitled to it. But let's go back to how dictatorships arise and I'll dictators come to power in a democracy because we are now certainly in a in a democracy of sorts. We certainly are. I know it's a Republic. I heard that fifty years ago. It's a Republic, not a democracy, please. Let's not get picky on with each other. But how could a dictatorship arise in this country? How the left is expressing their desire for such a dictatorship. So what did Hitler do? Well, Hitler, I joined the German workers pot. That in February nineteen twenty became the national socialist German Workers Party. Did you catch that national socialist German Workers Party something for everyone began as the what was the national socialist German Workers Party? It was a brew of nationalism. Socialism anti-semitism and pay attention in Brooklyn and Berkeley anti-capitalism nationalism combined with socialism combined with anti-semitism capitalism. So of those four elements three of them are the watchwords of the democrat party of today. The only thing missing from the American left running the democrat party today is any sort of love for the country. So what happened next what happened next? We'll Hitler became a great speaker speaker, and he started to denounce Jews capitalists and other alleged villains and evaluate to rebuild German greatness. Now, I want to go into denouncing Jews and capitalists because right now the democrat party have sitting congresswomen who are denouncing Jews that have done. So for years, mainly they are Muslims who are now the Hitler's of their party, only, you wouldn't hear that from anyone else in the media because they're all busy kowtowing to the kerchief back in a minute on the Savage Nation. Joined the Savage Nation..
"ymer" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Oh, I'm sorry. Hi, this is Russell from Chicago. Hey, russell. What's your question? I've got a question for you. Jimmy. Can you say three nice things about Sean Hannity? Let's see. He's got a nice square jaw right? He's he's not a bad looking guy. And I think he's tall are right. Very good. It's got a nice outta hair to that was some that got that got nasty that feud are feud. Yes, really, all my feuds, get nasty. I think it's me. I think on the common denominator. It's lyle. Let's go to heaven for Minneapolis for Jimmy Kimmel. What your question Evan? Fellas. Okay. Jimmy, spill not what was going through your head during your last interview with cognac. Oh, he know what was going through my head. You'll what we've got some commercials we need to run and he's never going to stop talking. It's just going to ask you where you thinking like. Wow. This is a river of words, and I can't get. No, you're doing a live show. Well, they start a story, and they're like thirty seconds left in the break. Oh, we got to let the story in. But also, I do have to go to the commercial, right? It's terrifying. Yeah. It is. It's it's yeah. It's a lot of pressure because you got to juggle those you got in a bloody feud with him to it's but at that actually wound up being fine. Yeah. That wanna being fine. Yes. I actually liked Khania lot. And also Jay leno's on our show tomorrow with him. Do you had a feud with him? But that actually I heard that that you heard from him during your son's health scare that is true. He called me. And he was very nice. And I was like what am I child Ymer going on with these of Carly be texted wanting to know, if you think it would be possible for the man show to exist on TV right now. Yes, I think it would. I think not only would it be possible. I think it would be more popular than it ever. It was really. Yeah. Even in this, especially all there's a certain portion of society that is outrage behind the outrage, and I think that they would probably find it to be exhilarating. Does that mean, maybe you'll do it? No. I never do it. No. Are you in touch with Letterman a lot now? I wouldn't say a lot every once in about once a year. Yeah. You know, he sends me a thank you note. Nice. Yeah. For nothing just for the hell of it. Thanks for being. Let's go to Shannon from Brooklyn for Jimmy Kimmel Hayes, Shannon. What's your question? Hey, shannon. Hey, I just had a question for you guys. Got. So my question is late night edition. Shag kill Mary, co bear Fallon corden. Okay. Who are you gonna shy? Who are you going to kill? I've found that. There's never ever any good good outcome to. I had this on the Howard Stern show. Once somebody asked me that gee, I kill Harry. And I said, I think I said shag, Robin, Mary Howard and kill Fred. Okay. And Fred was mad at me for like nine years. If you know mine, I'm gonna pass, right? Speaking of Howard, yob stir role said will you take over for Howard? If he retired yob Stirrup. Yeah. Though one could ever take over for. No, exactly fool's errand. Do would you ever want to go back to radio? I love radio. I love I do love. Right. Yeah. And I hear you on the series XM. Yes. That's right. Yes. I got you Joe. The disarming days was your joke a real gift for some Meese you in the baby. And this is not something that you're going to be able to use right away, obviously. But it's something that I think would be fun. I'm sorry that we should have done. You know, a lot of times they'll do a fake, wrapping. We'd just. We did not have the good sense for that. I'm sorry. All right. We're going to you're not gonna believe this. But I didn't read this. But it's a little. One woman, you know. Doorbell. Is it the door bundles at the door? I didn't hear about others. Is it?.
"ymer" Discussed on Pod Save the World
"And that would explain him constantly praising Putin, not sending up the Putin taking these positions that make no sense wise, Ymer Putin, the only person on earth of maybe Kim Young on recently. That he won't criticize these this is not just some, you know, rogue FBI agents who were upset about Jim coma. I think we all as Americans have plenty of reason. Now to ask is the president. I'd say it's compromise. When it comes to Russia, and the fact that we're talking about that is chilling. It's just so some days you need to step back and just remember how bonkers it's funky. If if United this conversation twenty sixteen we would have laughed it off like a bad movie plot. But here we are. Yeah. I mean, I the most serious people in the government like, Jim Komi aside. And we should say too, by the way, Russia's already getting what it wants to pull of NATO like this dysfunction in the US. This shutdown is good for Russia. Right. The US have no credibility around the world. Because it Trump is good for them people not knowing whether we're pulling on a series not. That's good for them. Like, they're getting more than a return on their investment. So okay. Not great. No. It's really speaking of disasters. British parliament just rejected Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal by vote of four hundred thirty two to two that is brutal. Brutal. Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the labour party said he's playing to offering motion of no confidence about maze of this is a disaster. Do we should talk to David lamb? Megan cool. Is there any clear Dion? What's an expert? Theresa May or Brexit or the future of the UK. No, nobody has a fucking idea. What what is going on? I mean, here's the they're basically two options. Now, the people can see I mean one is that on March twenty nine th when the deadline for the Brits leave right? So Theresa May file these papers to leave the EU two years ago from March twenty nine so by March twenty ninth they're supposed to leave the EU, right? If nothing changes if they leave without a deal, they're completely and utterly fucked. They're like stockpiling food and they're preparing for planes, not to be able to lend in UK. Because again, if they have no agreement with the EU of what their border is what their trade relationship is. You know, everything from how food comes into the. The UK from Europe to how they sell things to the Europeans all goes into question. And they'll be dramatic economic shock to the UK for that estimates that already like a trillion dollars has left the UK just out of preparation for Brexit. I'm their comic Goff a serious cliff. They'll be profound uncertainty. She's been two years doing just this. They do not only focus on one thing that fails four thirty two to to to go there, and we should add like the reason why this is such a train wreck is the Brexit campaign was run on a bunch of lies. Right. Oh, we can leave and have all the benefits of the common market with Europeans. And none of the pain. We're going to get more money somehow for our national health insurance. Nobody quite unsure how they made that case they said they were gonna have to pay the you to leave. They are going to pay Theresa May says tens of billions of dollars. So because they were lies as soon as people could see what the actual deal. Look like, well, we don't want to do this. Right. But it's all these charlatans all these people like, you know, Boris Johnson sold the British people a bag allies. Now, they there's no dealer capacity. Parliament, right?.
"ymer" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Half by fifteen thirty nine thirty four twenty one. Points, three rebounds and assistant to steals. Sixteen minutes. Jeremiah Martin to lead the way Devonport with foul. Trouble played only eight minutes had nine points. And the Tigers had a lot of people. Nine different players scored. So they were active, but they had heard on the boards again twenty seven nineteen eleven offense of rebounds. So they lost the second chance points. Six four of and everything else. Thirteen points off turnovers. They forced six turnovers and only four themselves win the point in the paint metal twenty to ten doing at those numbers at a fifteen point in that performance by Martin what exceptional performance as a first team all league choir. No dad with day one of eleven from three point range. Oh, he's not going to be people. She's the baller. What? Nope. And they shooting only thirty one percent, anyway, we'll get the ball right to left under radio. Dial in white Tigers in Blue Nile started again with Davenport, Martin Bruton Ainhoa and Thornton. And here is the Greenway. Into the front court right side in the middle of the Crabtree. He got some minutes in the first half right back to Daniel's pay right setup. Crabtree. At the free throw line. Pump fakes. John John's going to back up now start to make his move on Thornton stays right with him. Helped by Email on a fadeaway jumper. Shaadi got his body in the air and headed twist around a hit it that was a good look, and it was really a good play to the fenders in his pace for John. Who's got sixteen in the game? And averages six years Martin the way for the U of M left, Paul kicks it left corner. The new pump fakes then walks in poor stare. No reason for that. Nobody really guardian right near has more unforced turnovers than anybody on the team. Show here come the Greenway, forty four seconds gone. They have scored I forty nine thirty six tiger lead thirteen as Crabtree agrees. It up right side Crabtree between the circles. John left corner Daniels again gets a pick from John and puts up the shot was blocked. Martin another number for him picked up by birth down the right side into the front court touch it to the middle gets to the right elbow crossover dribble into the paint. Not looks for help and goes between the circles Stoughton left wing Martin. He'll bring it centre-circle. Look at penny with fifteen on the shot clock and at fifteen gone here in the second half Tigers by thirteen Martin work and weigh in on the left side get's a pick for me. No splits to goes left side treadmill dish it right back on a pick and roll the not picked up by Crabtree. He drives down puts it up missed it. Another rebound Daniels who puts it up and got phone. It'll be I think. Is it Martin walking at the other way? Let's see what is pointed at him. I don't know what it's on Tigers. Oh, no. He's calling technical. Wow. You kidding technical is Kalsa said something. On the team has must have come from. Abs-? Absolutely. So Martin's going to get two free throws. The only thing he's not done. Well as free throws. Oh for two in the game onto what would have been one first free throw up. In Tigers are in the fifty s fifty two thirty six and one more for Jeremiah her head to be a foul. Dave. Saturday them at the other end is wild notched the second one in fifty one thirty six rather furring again lead rough here is Teri Oglesby. Cherry Ymer and recrossed. Join him. They gotta walk. Down there. I'm not sure who the foul was on. We know about the tech. They have not given us. It's on Martin. So Martin has his first. It's a non shooting foul that was on the rebound attempts to be an inbound underneath. So the green put. Jong zips to one corner they tried to go. There could not they look inside. Not they're almost five seconds at a time. I called by Mike Dunleavy. Everybody wants to get home safely after the game. That's why law enforcement officers will be on the.
"ymer" Discussed on Invest Like the Best
"Maybe from the start of your career to today. Like, how have those key attributes changed through time or have they changed? I would argue. They haven't really changed that much the people I've known over my career who are the greatest investors are people who know how to look at the numbers are superior at being dispassionate about the facts. And also have a sense of how to understand people. And when they're assessing the future of company, they're taking into account the people characteristics. You know, is this person credible? Can they really execute on the plan that they're talking to me about and does the plan makes sense versus what? I know is going on in that marketplace, I won't ask you for the greatest investor you've ever talked to. But, but maybe ask it slightly different way, which is to name an investor that you just always enjoyed learning from or with someone with whom the conversations are always kind of interesting in because of these attributes that you just described well, I'm lucky enough now to be sitting on a floor at fidelity where I get to do that every day that I'm in the office because there's a lot of those people certainly if you name one name, it has to be Peter Lynch because I mean, he was the greatest investor fidelity had he made so much money for so many people and he developed the bench of investors who is so successful for so many investors today, I think if will Dan off Joel tilling hasta or Steve Ymer were sitting here. I'm completely confident. They would tell. Tell you stories about how Peter influence them and help them personally in their development. Do you have a favorite personal Peter Lynch story, I guess my early days of going in to try to talk to Peter about how I thought possibly he might be able to make money in some small little machinery stock was probably about as intimidated as I've ever been in my life. So he's an amazing guy. And he has a unique ability to be able to tell stories that have created important lessons for other people and that in a lot of ways sets them apart. So a couple of closing questions on one looking back when looking forward. So I in retrospect, if there are any what you feel are portable. Let's say business lessons ways of conducting yourself things that I always focus on change. You know, you've heard me asking. About change a lot is because I feel like change kinda communicates learning any major business lessons that you feel people could take away just from all your variety of experiences. It's not often that I've had someone on the podcast that has touched so many different parts of the financial services business. So any.
"ymer" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"We'd have to make this podcast hours long to talk about all the benefits of exercising. And by then it would probably be time to exercise again. So it's clear that exercising helps to keep you healthy. But we also know that exercise helps to keep the entire family healthy and most of you already know where I'm going with this. But that exercise regimen should include the four legged members of your family as well exercise helps pets tremendously it has the same benefits for pets as it does for people if not more I mean, you can't pop your dog or Katy cat in front of an ipad and say. Have at it. So for pets movement becomes entertainment and their mental stimulation, essentially for pets movement is life. And that's why it's incumbent on parents to give their pets are great holiday of life with exercise most people walk their dog for four main reasons eliminations mental stimulation exercise in some training. But those are just the basics exercise becomes even more imperative. When you look a little deeper into the breeds. I mean, for instance, look at a brief like a Ymer marina, for instance, bred for speed good scenting ability and game hunting Portuguese water dog. Those dogs can swim like summer Olympia NHS and a Belgian Mallon wapner like the fitness athlete of herding dogs. Well, muscled and obviously trained by some in law enforcement to catch bad guys. But even if you don't have a canine athlete, they must have an outlet to relieve some stress or stimulate their mind. So we all know how amazing exercise can be. But how can we exercise with our pets? So we all. All can get in on the fun. Are there? Some types of exercise that are better than others. How much is too much that is a question of the day. And I'm so excited that we have our next guest to help us answer. Our next guest is going to talk about five easy ways to get in shape with your dog. He's an absolute powerhouse in the world of pet health media. And he is just the person that I wanna speak with. But before we get to our guest. I want to be sure to let everyone out there know, how to get in contact with me if you have any questions thoughts or topic discussions. You can reach me at Dr Courtney on Twitter and Instagram questions with positivity and love will get answered with priority, but not exclusively. So we will answer anything. So right now, let's just pause for a few brief moments from a word on behalf of a real true.
"ymer" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"We'd have to make this podcast hours long to talk about all the benefits of exercise and by then it would probably be time to exercise again. So it's clear that exercising helps to keep you healthy. But we also know that exercise helps to keep the entire family healthy and most of you already know where I'm going with this. But that exercise regimen should include the four legged members of your family as well exercise helps pets tremendously it has the same benefits for pets as it does for people if not more I mean, he can't pop your dog or Katy cat in front of an ipad and say, we'll have added. So for pets movement becomes their entertainment and their mental stimulation, essentially for pets movement is life. And that's why it's incumbent on parents to give their pets a great quality of life with exercise most people walk their dog for four main reasons eliminations mental stimulation exercise in some training. But those are just the basics exercise becomes even more imperative. When you look a little deeper into the breeds. I mean, for instance, look at a breed like a Ymer Reiner, for instance, bred for speed good scenting ability and game hunting, a Portuguese water dog those dogs can swim like summer Olympians and a Belgian Mallon wa they're like, the fitness athlete of herding dogs. Well, muscled and obviously trained by some in law enforcement to catch bad guys. But even if you don't have a canine athlete, they must have an outlet to relieve some stress or stimulate their mind. So we all know how amazing exercise can be. But how can we exercise with our pets? So we all can get in on the. Fun. Are there? Some types of exercise that are better than others. How much is too much that is a question of the day. And I'm so excited that we have our next guest to help us answer. Our next guest is going to talk about five easy ways to get in shape with your dog. He's an absolute powerhouse in the world of pet health media. And he is just the person that I want to speak with. But before we get to our guest. I want to be sure to let everyone out there know, how to get in contact with me if you have any questions thoughts our topic discussions. You can reach me at Dr Courtney. On Twitter and Instagram questions with positivity and love will get answered with priority, but not exclusively. So we will answer anything. So right now, let's just pause for a few brief moments from word on behalf of a real true hero of.