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"zouk" Discussed on The Face Radio

The Face Radio

03:24 min | 3 months ago

"zouk" Discussed on The Face Radio

"Awesome mom. One does may hit it off. Land senior how You're listening to waves here. The face radio. Let's give a shout to my man. His powers thanks for joining it. Also like to give a shout to peter brady. that it's acting from london. Thank you peter. Zouk band reckless from eighty seeks. The name of the bed is all the boys..

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Don't Count Out Kacper Zuk

The Mini-Break

01:48 min | 3 months ago

Don't Count Out Kacper Zuk

"Zouk. I mean you look at his effectiveness against graduates. Made seventy percent of his first serves was twenty seven of thirty on first-serve points in the match nine of thirteen on second serve points so again. He's thirty six of forty three only lost seven points on serve throughout the duration of the entire match. That's freaking nuts and look casper soup another guy who only six feet tall but very alejandro davidovich fokina e davi go fanny in his athleticism. The word that comes to mind is just spring. He's a good athlete. He's gonna track down that extra ball in the corner. He the ball is going to explode off of his strings. His first serve is absolutely a weapon. You look for casper zouk over his last fifty two weeks. This is a guy who has had a ton of success onto or you look overall. Where's he at. In terms of his record. Casper zouk thirty three and nine in his last fifty two weeks onto or now you expand that to twenty nineteen he seventy and twenty eight overall in his last two seasons seven itf titles in eight total finals. Of course unlike Evan furnace looked for casper. Zoo he already has a semi-final at a challenger level under his belt made the semifinals. in calgary. last year he knocked off asheq pospisil in three sets. We all know when onto have a very successful. Indoor hardcourt season was in the midst. I should say of a very successful indoor hardcourt season when he lost that match in calgary but yeah for zouk seven titles in eight finals like everyone gets angry because fa doesn't win enough in finals. Casper's zook is winning and finals and again nine tara. Seven ten in his career and challenger matches. That's not great but it's not horrible.

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Are You Bored and Tired?

Legacy-Dads Podcast

08:13 min | 1 year ago

Are You Bored and Tired?

"Going to have a great discussion here at Chad. Chad's got a kind of a different background. We're used to Dante and I when we come in here. We talk about men's issues kind of from the idea of being being husband of father and while Chad's a husband and father he also has another unique perspective. But before we do that Chad. Why don't you introduce yourself to listeners? Kind of You know who you are. How long you been married? Kids background where you're at in the country and all that type of stuff. Yeah my name is Chad Zouk. I am the Creator and curator of a new kind of man and you can find us on Instagram at that handle or on facebook with the same and actually I am a pastor of a local church in Dublin Georgia. But some of the best things about my life is actually. I have been married for twenty six years to my high school sweetheart. We got married at Nineteen. Didn't have a clue found out that we really still don't have a clue but we're working on it and we have to fantastic kids a twenty three year old son and then a sixteen year old daughter and my son is out of the House and my daughter is a junior in high school. So that is what I'm doing and we have been in full time ministry for fourteen years while this worked on airplanes and pushed a toolbox around the hangar and prior to that I was in the navy awesome awesome. And so you guys. You guys are closing in on the empty nest thing to that in a couple years out once your daughter gets out of the house right. Yeah Yeah it's surreal. I mean we're actually doing a junior college day a week from sat at her day. So this is. It's happening really fast. And she cannot wait to get out of the house. At least that's what she says. Now Yeah that's what I thought too. The kids left and then one came back for a little bit and it was kind of like okay and everybody told me they warned me. Like hey don't just because they leave doesn't mean they won't come back so yeah we'll we'll see we got the the sun's gone now for for good. We got rid of him now. He's he's out and then our daughters in college so we'll see We'll see if this is really for the the empty nest piece so so Chad. Tell me a little bit too. So what prompted you to to start a new kind of man? I know you guys You got a podcast doing some You do blog posts as well right and then just just developing this ministry bit. How did how did the new kind of man come about you know I? I have to say that my work way before a new kind of man was generated. My work Really began win. God taught me how to be a father by him by him. Bothering me in that was against B twenty four years ago or so since twenty three so before he was born really started my journey and then Just kind of learned things along the way and I started working with men at a local level probably eighteen years ago eight and so doing that and kind of walking people in walking through groups and all of this Roh is rooted in what was the catalyst for all of it was my healing as God. Healed me of some wins in my upbringing and I wasn't raised in a Christian home and just a lot of this and marriage in just all sorts of fear in confusion people pleasing just across his past as God started. Heal those wounds. I just couldn't help but a see those wounds in other men who I wanted to be an instrument of God to help heal those so in that work with a new kind of man it actually went public a year and a half ago or so in the podcast is brand new on out for a couple of months. Now it's picking up steam and Was Gracious to have you on. That has actually been the the podcast that has been downloaded the most so that to you. So but yeah it. It's being great in now is because of social media and podcasting as mother things that I'm doing Just a private men's facebook group called new man crew. Now have the opportunity to helping more men and I'm thankful to be able to do so. I WANNA I WANNA help men to become stronger to bring Lord God and bring good in the world just so everybody understands like you say you've been doing this for a long time almost eighteen years now but just recently kind of did you know coming into the social media and doing the Internet thing. But you've been you've been down in the trenches working with men for for good Almost two decades now. That's correct right. Yeah Yeah Way before I was actually in full time ministry which is doing it just again as a man and his God would show me some things. I just can't help stick my nose into other men's lives. It would wanNA listen and walk along with them. In God's really been gracious than he's allowed me to see some amazing things happen in other men's lives and any still doing work in me. Yeah a man. I'm perfect so my sanctification has done. So Nah Yeah I wish yeah I think we are all a work in progress. Some of US more of a project than others. Dante Dante's a huge project. So since he's not here all through that Al but anyways seriousness aside here but Chad so one of the things I wanted to really talk to you about an and I kind of luted. This in the beginning was Dante. Ni- we kind of look at. We look a lot of this through the lens of being a husband or father being somebody's sitting in the pew or or Lay lay leaders or or ministry leaders and stuff like that. But Chad. You've been blessed you've kind of You're in a unique position as a shepherd of the flock to to see what's going on with men from different perspective. So you know if you could from from a pastor's perspective kind of explain what what are you seeing right now. What are you know? Positives order negatives. What are some struggles? Maybe men are having in your congregation. Could you could you talk a little bit about that? Yeah for sure. I think I'll give one of the positives that I see happening with. Men and women also within American Christianity. Anyway is I think some of the denomination walls coming down and then some of the elements of spiritual formation instead of just being seen as is relevant to or being seen as to eastern or to. You know whatever new agey. I think that there there are people who are understanding the benefits of some of the neglected spiritual disciplines which is allowing people to really understand the value of their time in of their soul. In a couple of things. I would speak about it. As far as that goes is the benefit of silence. We we are in the noisiest time period in history. Yep So many things I mean you go to the gas station. There's no there's screen at the gas station. You know with an advertisement trying to sell you something for showing me something or giving the news about something. Of course we have television and we have our phones and we have all the social media things. Not many of those things can be great but they're vying for attention in. All of those things are kind of pulling us away from our purpose at times so. I think that one of the things that I see is is now other again. Those denominational lines going away to where it's not just the logical dogma in saying no. I can't do what you do because of this. I think there were actually starting to see some of the benefits of cross denominational in incorporating some of those bits of speech formation. That are are helping us to learn the value of slowing down so that we can be present in the areas that we need to be president in the

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"zouk" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:05 min | 2 years ago

"zouk" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Chickpea check out their entire line of dog treats on more at Zouk Stockholm and instead of sitting stay let's go, okay. Now, it's time to pick your brilliant brain. All right fire away. Okay. Let's start with Joan Blake. She's from Welwyn garden city on terro when in garden well in garden city on -tario UK. Country you k-. But I thought on -tario was candidate. I will well in garden city is in the UK coastal wear. But Joan has a nine month old mini dashi. She just got the dashi a few days ago, the owner needed to rehome him as her older dogs were bullying him. I expected him to be scared of other dogs, but he's scared of everything hiding under furniture and sometimes peeing in the house. It's early days. And I'm ignoring him not pestering him or trying to pick him up to allow them to settle and get used to me. He's getting to like being actually enjoys a short walk at quiet times. My doing the right thing. I don't wanna make him any more anxious than he is. Did she say that he has a she has other dogs in? Yes. And those were the dogs sheet. Yes. But on him. No, the other the original owner had dogs that were bullying him. So she had to get him. So I don't know if she has other dogs. I don't think so just has him. But now he's scared of everything. So I think she's just trying to let them get settled without getting in his face. I like it. Yeah. Yeah. I'm don't give up on him. What we would just to actually what we told them as pretty Putin. And isn't it when you foster animals and stuff, and then you all you have? And you this coming into your house at all going to be depending on the ducks personality, depending on what the dog has gone through before they might be things that you're going to have to go through the stick acid because it sounds like if this dog is already coming round then successful. He likes those walks in. I love for for Adams when they newly come into the home. It's just take pressure off. And I think she's doing the right thing. Just let him be let him discover his environment. Let him sniff around let them do whatever. Make sure that he goes out enough to put outside if he does put inside don't tell him off. Just you know, try. Remove him. We'll get him to come outside. Again, taking a wolves get that nose going get that that dopamine flowing in the brain, you know, when dogs in the seeking mode, the New York transmitted job dopamine, which makes which is kind of. You'll pleasure. Chemical gets released into the brain makes Stokes feel good. So any kind of seeking behavior that you can do inside. And out of the house is a really really good specially for dogs that are nervous kind of sent games knows game. So putting food and toys hiding toys around and getting the to go find it all those kind of things will a kind of relieve stress, but also give you dog don't feel good. If you look something to do. And I think after awhile dog is gonna come round if you're already coming around. Now, it doesn't sound like it's been a long time. I think you'll be fine. Great good to know. All right Joan hopefully that helps here's one this is from James Shaw and James is in summer shade Kentucky. And he says, Victoria. I'm searching the web for answers in your side. Came up. We have a large European Doberman. Male three years old. We've had him for about six months, and he doesn't like kids. He snapped at my son the first weekend we were here because he wasn't used to highly active kids. I let him pass on that one thinking he would get used to our kids. I was weigh in on business this week and my wife called me at three in the morning in this dog attacked one of our girls while they were sleeping. I can't have him around my kids like this. And was wondering if you had any insight on this, and maybe lead towards a fix I'm positive. It was probably something in his past. But I have no way of knowing. I wanted to how old is children. Does he say nobody does say, they're highly active? So that probably read it to the young and whilst the kid was sleeping. I wonder if it was the kid sleeping in the kids own veteran, and the dope was just hanging out there with the dog on the bed was kid sleeping on the so third is taking a nap was there. But and attacking what kind was it? Did it bite? It did by the child with their injuries kind of. Was it a snap wasn't even a bite when you say tacking was just growling and Paul do that this. This is a large dog and with small children. I am of the opinion that you, unfortunately, the, you know, all the animal people out there. I'm really sorry. But the kids come first. And. This worries me this worries me specially if the children young now, the kids thirteen fourteen twelve friend, the you know, that you can talk to them, and they you can teach them how to behave around the dog, and maybe you can get the dope more acclimated to the kids. Have the kids involved a little bit in the training? So that the dog sees a good things happen from them. Because we don't know how they introduced each other. Sometimes the kids are all my gosh. And they're all over the dog talked freaking out so really difficult to know from that. But I would be concerned if you'll kissing young if they're behaving went around the dog. But the again, sometimes just being kids annual dog is snapping or dog is actually bitten them. That's something that you need to take very seriously. And I do think with these. Yes, definitely a little train. You can do a lot of behavior. Modification stuff, you can do, but you also have to do management because you never know. If that double go to its default behavior in the default behaviors really the one that sort of. Hey, I did send therefore I learned. So therefore, you know, when it's not it bite again. Very probably yes. With even with behavior modification can. And that's why I'm really really cautious people to not go with trainers that say that the guarantee behavior I can guarantee you as a trainer that. I will teach you to sit staying come with cold. I can guarantee you that. I can teach you to lie down and do all kinds of really cool things I can guarantee that. But I can't guarantee how you'll will behave. Tomorrow will the next day because I know what Varman you're going to be in what mood your dog's going to be in. If it's gonna feel well, it's going to be in pain. If it's going to be an environment that makes it feel uncomfortable. I don't know that a no trainer does. So I can't guarantee your emotional response. I cannot do that which means that you really have to look at the behavior. The. Injury. What happened before the triggers, and if you can manage the problems that dumb kids can live together, quite happily great. You can get a positive train is coming in help you and the kids and the dog jail. Great. If you don't feel like you can then rehoming might be the option for the stoke rehoming and into a home, whether no kids great. Can I ask a question to ask Victoria question? Yes. Because this is interesting. I was you're at my house on too long ago, and we have Barnsley or Coon hound or blackened ten Coon hound who has a bit of issues. He's got you know, he's very anxious. He's got some trigger issues we manage because you mentioned managing one of the things though. And I'm pretty good about. Okay. Make sure you know watching him constantly, and I'm always trying to get him situations. I know could be a problem. But you said something and I was really shocked. I'd never heard this before when people come in and make sure the introduction is like, oh, look, and you know, it's my friend, and he feels comfortable and as soon as he comes in. There's many people who will lean on you. And he leaned on you. And he knows you, and he leans on me, and he leans on Sean. And like, oh, I always medically thought that was a protection thing. But it was more of like, I like you like a hug dogs can't hug, right? When I come in. Kashmir will put her head to my through my legs in the tail and you said, she's hugging newer. She's trying to get close to you. But this is something different. And when you told me that I was a little shocked. Never heard of this behavior. Yeah. Leaning can be books can lean against you like some my Sadie especially dogs like to lean right? And it's kind of it's leaning next to the secure attachment leaning up to somebody that they love the makes them feel safe. And jasmine actually 'cause she's a little dog. She doesn't lean but she'll sit on my foot. So she needs to be close to me. She'll come and sit right next to me, and she will bottom on my foot. That's just the way she is. That's her version of leaning so dogs can lean. It depends in different environmental situations. But with with, and I'm sure that with bones -ly, he leans against you. And that is his lean. That's his lean. And it says his so to safety thing with me. It was different. It wasn't. It was controlling my behavior. It was controlling where I was going and some people call it the dominance lean. I don't like that that I didn't like that phrase because it implies the fact that dog is trying to dominate me. No, no, no. He's not trying to donate me. But he is trying to control my behavior because he feels a little. Insecure about me coming in. And you know, you have to watch them with other people does he do that with other people lean against other people? Yes. Have you seen him do this? Yeah. And in cases, where you go to like, the who is a little bit insecure and not that social central to a point. But not that social he that that's is coping mechanism and in many dogs as the way that they coke. So I would definitely be very careful of money, especially around kids, and you know, that anyway, do that anyway with your nephew that comes in things really important because I think the older he gets and he has hip issues so little bit of pain there. I think the moody he could get and he has his gardening issues as well. So that I have seen him kind of a little bit growly toward somebody. And definitely yes. You need you need to watch him. Interesting. I've never see. I never knew that about the leaning DAV. I thought that was a sweet thing. But it's good to know. Because when I told some people they're like what I don't think people knew that that was the behavior. I think we have time from one more question. Okay. This is from Bethany Wagner from she's in Wabash, Indiana. I'm not too far from where I am from. She says I have a coworker who saved a dog from an abusive family, the poor dear was lit on fire and beaten while in a chain, boy, she's a German shepherd collie mix, and I was asked if I'd be willing to take her in because she's now having problems with going to the potty outside and isn't responding well to giving treats and encouragement, so my co workers losing hope and wanting to find a new owner that has the time to retrain her because I can't take her into my home to the fact that I five you're young children. I thought I would ask you if there's anything my coworker can do for this poor dog before finding a suitable home for her. That's a tough one because tough one you got a gem chef collie mix anyway. So naturally, quite that predisposed could be maybe not but could be..

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Tesla sues former employees for allegedly stealing data, Autopilot source code

Daily Tech Headlines

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Tesla sues former employees for allegedly stealing data, Autopilot source code

"Testified to lawsuits Wednesday against four former employees and a competing self-driving startup Zouk for what Tusla claims misappropriated the companies trade secrets tesla claims in the second case that former employees also stole source code related to the company's auto-pilot driver assistance feature before taking a job at Chinese electric automaker. Xiaoping Motors aka x paying just the claims that the foreign -ployees the winter Zouk took with them. It's warp system. A proprietary software platform that the company built to collectively manage things like manufacturing warehousing, inventory, distribution and transportation X paying also reportedly tried to hire a former member of apple self-driving project last summer who was eventually charged by the FBI

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"zouk" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"zouk" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"His university is working on using carbon. In fiber to allow thinner shell that would pass radiation more easily to Zine on gas. I suggested that we could help at poly, Florida. Paulie, shells to reinforce the pressure vessel. So that they could actually developed a thin walled pressure vessel for their detectors. One. Current and one recently graduated students are working on the project. These detectors can be used in border security, nuclear plant security, medical imaging and space technology. It's six five at News Radio. WFL a this is a Bloomberg market minute. A couple of global leaders will be missing is the World Economic Forum gets underway in Davos, President Trump cancelled his trip to Switzerland because of the government shutdown. British Prime Minister, Theresa may will stay in London to deal with Brexit. Twenty nineteen got off to a good start on Wall Street optimism about trade has been a big factor and Christopher Zouk of Cavs investments tells Bloomberg and actual deal could boost stocks. Even more if the trade war does dissipate, and if they're able to get to an agreement that's a win win for both sides, then that would probably put a risk on back into the market if that were to occur there is encouraging news for workers worried about losing their jobs to automation manpower says instead of replacing humans robots are creating a need for workers. Eighty seven percent of the employers responding to a worldwide survey say they will increase or maintain headcount as a result of automation, the earnings reporting season started out slowly the pace of corporate results will.

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"zouk" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"zouk" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"You're holding your breath, your family's holding your breath that you could be in a situation where your life could be saved or you could lose your life, and they can't have the trial because things aren't open. I read that. I hope that's true. So there is a real problem here with with keeping the government shutdown, and frankly, nobody wants to see it. There are times when your principle say, okay, we cannot make a deal it happens at times. But at the end of it don't lock yourself into a corner. Put the people I put the country first because there's so much that needs to be done beyond just the border beyond it. I mean, so let's see I love to go down there negotiate it I've been to shaving lots of things in my life, and it would be interest. To get them together at some point it will happen. But while we keep an eye on it. All right. I appreciate your time. Thank you so much. You ought to go air, and you do great down. There you fix this. All right and Donald Trump. Workers. John Trump junior's warped interpretation of the wall. He compared the southern border today's Zouk and retool Yanni says the president is done talking to Bob Muller. So is that a threat or is that Muller's done and a story you'll see only out front at lavender up back to the southern border to see if the president's claims at? It's not a crisis. It is. We would say it is occasional problem. But not a crisis. You know, what's smart kicking off twenty nine thousand nine hundred by planning out, which rolls you need to hire. For and.

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"zouk" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

GSMC Weird News Podcast

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"zouk" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

"Welcome back to the weird news podcast. We are continuing with some weird news stories before the break. We talked about a young teenager who had injected bioengineered DNA into his body, which freaked me out. So we're going to a story that sort of freaks me out in a different way. More like freaks me out on like a doom and gloom like depress type of way more than like. Ooh, gross needles way. I'm not really sure that's much better though. But it's something different. So that's nice. Anyway, this story is about someone who bought a fish for three million dollars. This Tokyo and a six hundred twelve pound bluefin tuna sold for a record three hundred thirty three point six million yen, which is three million dollars in the first auction of twenty nineteen and this is after the. The Tokyo famed. This right. To zoo. Zouk Zouk kitschy to Zouk could g market. I'm so sorry. This market was moved to a new site on the city's waterfront the winning bid for the prized but threatened species at the auction was more than double the two thousand thirteen annual new year auction. So this has gone up the price has gone up or at least the selling price went up. Also, these auctions happened like before dawn, which is crazy. I mean, maybe I would also buy three million dollar fish before dawn because I am not thinking straight. I would just think it looks cool. I also think fish are cool. But anyway. This was paid for by the. Keo Maura corporation. Not the auction was paid for the fish was bought by this corporation, and the owner of this corporation Kyoshi Mura runs. The sushi zen my chain and Kimura has often won the annual action annual auction of the past. So this is like an annual auction that happens at the fish market. So like the new year twenty nineteen this is this annual auction seems like it happens every time around the beginning of the new year. And so the Japanese broadcaster and h k show tomorrow, he was beaming and saying that he was surprised by the high price of tune of this year. But he added the quality of the tuna is the best. So I hope it is for three million dollars. I hope that quality is the best. Also, the auction prices are way above usual for bluefin tuna, the tuna normally sells for up to forty dollars a pound and sorry, but the price has risen to over two hundred dollars a pound during the year, and especially for the prized catches from Oma in northern Japan. So the price has definitely gone up. I'm not really sure why the tuna from Oma in northern Japan. It's more sought after. But overall, the prices going up for all the bluefin tuna last year's auction was the last at the market before it moved to a new facility the facility now is on a former gas plant site on Tokyo Bay the move was actually delayed due to concerns over soil contamination which year that's bad, especially if you're selling like fish to eat that is serious concern. It was repeatedly delayed. Understand. Why also the Japanese are the biggest consumer of the bluefin tuna and the surgeon consumption, basically, everywhere, so Japan and overseas has led to overfishing of the species, which I don't know. I mean, we're talking about a big fish twelve pound fish. But if you ever like go to aquarium and see bluefin tuna, it is huge..

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"zouk" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"zouk" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Darwin's Zouk titans. Head coach Mike variable won three Super Bowls as a player under Bill Belichick and today he was on the opposite side lie looking to feed his former coach. Numerous swings. Mario to rolling into the end zone. Oh, really? His second touchdown. By key titans. Radio network. Made it seven zip titans early. And they didn't look back going on to hammer. The patriots thirty four to ten Marcus mariota two hundred twenty eight yards passing and two touchdowns after the game. Former patriots Dion Lewis when asked about his departure from New England. And getting the win said, quote, hell, yeah, it's personnel. When you go cheap. You get your ass kicked and quote elsewhere. The chargers improved the seven and two with a twenty to six win over the raiders the bears the lions thirty four twenty two Mitchell Trubisky free hundred fifty five yards passing and three scores. The also ran for a TD the saints are nine and one after a fifty one fourteen drubbing of the Bengals in Cincinnati. Drew Brees threw for three touchdowns the chiefs also nine and one they handled the cardinals at home twenty six fourteen. Greg Williams got his first wins Browns coaches, they knocked off the falcons at home twenty eight sixteen the colts were going for their third straight win as they host of the Jaguars. Eric Hebron have yourself a game that time it was not open wide open. Touchdown. Down a pass wide. Open was Eric Ebro. That's his third touchdown of the half and the whole fleet twenty seven. That's Matt Taylor. Colts radio network be going on for the twenty nine twenty six victory..

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"zouk" Discussed on Hockey Today

Hockey Today

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"zouk" Discussed on Hockey Today

"According to you, my top three or Hank Zouk and Abana JAT. And you're right. I think Hank has been terrific savannah, JAT also been very good. Although sometimes he's been stuck in some bad. Luck hitting supposed early on zoo chasm produced as far as goals or conservatives involved every night. I love the three that you have. I put peon up there. I know you had a couple of bad turnovers last couple of games, but considering his age and how many minutes they're giving him. I think peon has to be somebody in that conversation to and I really love the way how is playing here in his rookie season. Nicolas says, do you think throwing Thornton into the lineup might be throwing off the sharks rhythm? It seems like they're always a big adjustment period. When it comes when he comes back, perhaps it will just take time. Well, as I said, I couldn't watch a lot of last night because it was going up against the ranger game. But I watched the Rangers sharks game authority. Just did looked a little out of place a last night. Yeah. It's gonna take some time. He's an older player. It's a speed game. And he's more of a situational putting himself with the right situation type of player. So it'll be something to keep an eye on. He's got gotta play. And and it he's got try try to get through this a little bit. I still think the sharks are a good team. But you're starting to see the Carlson's been on and off. But there's some good players. There's good young players. I I love this team. Oh Myers kid. I think he's he's a fun guy to watch. So there's some other players that are emerging there for the sharks that aren't Pavane ski in Qatar and Thornton in the usual suspects there. And of course, everybody's handing them the cop because you're able to throw those three great defense together in Vlasic burns. And of course, the acquisition of Carlson, and they've put them on three different pairings, which I think is a good idea. So right now, it just kinda mix massing trying to figure it all out. Sean says what a save by Greis on said, would you give more credit to the improve play in net or or trots improving the defensive structure for the islanders? Hot start. Also, NHL ninety six was my Fave. Right because with trades. You can build a competitive New York Allender team by acquiring former highlanders. And of course, he's talking about my NHL ninety four conversation from earlier in the week. You've got a legitimate coach that understands defense. Right. We saw what he did in Washington. Alexander. Ovechkin became a plus player after being a minus player in his career. He will there is structure. All right. So of course, you're going to credit Barry trots for with the islanders doing right now. And they're not gonna win all the time. Because there's going to be a talent issue as far as losing a player like JT, but other guys are emerging. And I think any kind of improvement that your see is gonna come from the pack. The fact that you brought in a Stanley Cup championship coach period. All right. And that's no offense to any of the coaches that they've had before. But this is a guy. That's legit. Not just winning the Cup in Washington consistently going to the playoffs with a Nashville team when they were an expansion team and getting into the second round and making drives deep into the playoffs. He is a really good coach. And of course, that's going to. Show James says big win for the islanders. But I worry about their defense too. Many shots on goal. How can they correct? That. Also is bars L taking a step back. Well, here's the thing with bars. L? All right. And it's going to happen to any young player is that people and players and coaches are gonna just to them the coaching in this league is amazing. So when you get a player that was that good last year, you have to figure the element of surprise is now gone, and because Taveras is gone. You can make the case to Barzel is maybe the biggest offensive threat that they have or at least going into the year. So he now went from who is this kid a wonder how good he is. And then finding out after he beat you. How good he is to work coaches are actually preparing to stop him because he is so good. So now he has got a readjust to their adjustments..

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"zouk" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"zouk" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Sure. So this is a brand new item. So not quite out yet, but curb dot com. So that's K U R GO dot com dot com and everybody knows superman, and I are big fans were also. Always promoting Kerr go, and this is cool to this. Just looks like a satchel that I love the material. What is this? So this is a similar this also has an armor. So this is a courier style bag. So it's like a messenger bag that you put over your shoulder, and it has a strap to do that. And also buckle in the dog. This is also bright red and. Carrier, a jog hair. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So the dog goes in here as a removable liner. So you can wash that if you happen to have an accident. And it's it's just a really nice piece as well. I love your products because they are so well thought out and do I remember correctly that your brother is an engineer who helps you design. Yes. So my brother is an indus- founded the business with is an industrial designer went to the Pratt institute in Brooklyn, New York. And so he's the designer had designer of all of our products. I just have to say the reason I noticed that not only because I work with animals, but I have a degree in industrial psychology from Georgia Tech and most of us got jobs at industrial engineers, of course, I went off into the pet world. But I can see this as so ergonomically designed for the humans for the dog. And I love it. Thank you very much for housing us. Here we loved it. Loved the chat. Thank you Gordie spader with Kirby. Thank you. Bye. Bye. Okay. Thanks for having me. Right. So now, we're off to find some products that are innovative healthy and work in our adventures. This looks like a very special. Dog treat that maybe right up our alley and now I'm at the Zouk booth with David Rizzo hiding, I there are you? I'm great. So I just stopped by super smile, and I were literally walking down the way here and smiley love the way, your treat smelled he came over. And then John was telling us all about how your philosophy is live life off leash and have adventures tell me about your philosophy. Absolutely. So I think you know, we route a lot in the outdoors as you can see from our packaging, and so live live off leash is not about the literal sense. It's about that. We take the time to break routine. We take our dogs as catalysts, and we get outside. And we do what keeps us whole. And makes us healthy. I love you said, but keeps us whole and makes us help. Because every all my listeners know the show's called a super smiley adventure. 'cause animals will always lead us on grand adventures if we're open to it. What do you think about that? Absolutely. My dog is always in my catalysts for adventure. But I don't think that adventure has to be grounded. Hiking, and climbing, and you name it. It's the walk around the park. So walk around the block, it's taking your dog to the pet store. You say adventure that the two of you do as companions together that ignite your own inner soul. I love that. Okay. I was going to talk about your new product and all the fabulous things that smile. He's been sampling, by the way, you love them. But you just jumped right to our mission on the super smelly adventure. We already talked about the hiking and all of that. But animals can also lead us on adventures. That are energy Ernie's a self-discovery, which you just touched on. So what lessons have you learned from your dog mean everybody can say unconditional love,.

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"zouk" Discussed on Final Games

Final Games

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"zouk" Discussed on Final Games

"Deep. Hello, that and thank you for listening to this episode of final games after a brief summa, hey, this the show is back every two weeks with brand new episodes and brand new video game guests to be banished with Zeti place where they can only take eight games with them to play for the rest of that day's. Thank you to everyone who continually listen to the show and supported it throughout the hiatus and a big thank you to everyone who has continued to pull the show on patriot if you like the projects I do and the work I continually doing every week, you can go to patriot come forward slash Lee methods and you can help support my work and help me basically continue doing what I'm doing that you'll find out about fun games. Of course, the show you're listening to right now. And also the other guest I do every week with my two friends, Matt visual, and super funny hope on top of that, you can also find out information about the video games I woke on including my most recent game Saturday, men's Zouk San. Thank you listening to final games and I hope you enjoy this brand new bumper episode that kicks off the new season. Of final games. Hello.

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"zouk" Discussed on Material

Material

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"zouk" Discussed on Material

"Okay. But I decided I would start with what I have immediate access to, which is the hard drives from youth. So it's been. It's been an interesting experience, but I have to say uploading everything to Google photos has been an absolute sense. And so this is this is what I'm getting to is that for project like this, Google has been the easiest. I've literally just dragged and dropped from the hard drive as mounted to my PC to close the browser where the cloud is and just like Zouk uploaded it immediately when it's finished, you can just make a little photo album for give it a little name. I've been naming a lot of them based on dates because it's like a bunch of massive stuff, and I don't really want to organize it that much. It's a lot of work a lot of time I don't have. It's just been. It's been a trip down memory lane, but also just me realizing that I basically preparing to archive these things. I just I really have to think about how I'm going to be digitally archiving the rest of my life. Because I don't want the stuff to go away. I've really don't want it to disappear. And I know that eventually it's gonna start fluttering out of my mind. Super accidental. You're your super on point there. It's like I did. I did the, there's a the. I spent like a couple of months, longtime ago, like going through every single hard drive that I put away someplace. And even like every CD are that I'd ever burned to. Now at the point where like mass storage became like crazy affordable where I could now finally like that without having to make a big budget plan for say, why have all this space? I'm not using. I'm going to deliberately cut down every last recorded, whatever I have and put it all in one place where I can back all up and the the things that I just in the case of like I was not preparing for this happen to have a two point. Two point, zero gigabyte member cards. Plenty of. Ever talking about stuff like we're. Like and like a or like the one point. Oh, gigabyte car that you bought for your first digital camera and then eventually. And then like eventually you get a, you've managed to finally Ford, an eight gigabyte card. And so you basically just wherever wherever the one gigabyte card landed just like stayed there..

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"zouk" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"zouk" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Anything check them out at, Zouk stock, calm and instead of sitting stay, nets, go. Okay time to ask, Victoria some. Questions are you? Ready I'm ready from role in my. Head the first one is from Julia in, Albany New, York and she's fifteen years. Old and she, says I have a dog named Bailey and she's about to turn. Six I've wanted ever since I was little and you definitely made me realize how much I really love dogs I've been able? To train my dogs successfully by listening? To? Your advice and, watching your show, I was, wondering if there are any good tips for helping your dog that doesn't want to go for. A walk and she, says thanks Victoria so it's Julia what kind. Of dog did she have she. Didn't say she said dog named Bailey who's about to turn six thousand wanted to go for a. Walk which is which is not normal as most dogs get excited about going outside there are some dogs that. Don't like to go outside because they're scared for one reason or another and it could be scattered the environment do. You live in a city, is it, very busy outside did she say, she, lives. In New York it's, Albany New. York state New? York City so it's not like it's. Manhattan it's crazy outside but is it look, at Albany, gets really cold is it. The does the, Doug not wanna go for what when it's really really cold outside. You know what kind of breed of dog is it an dogs that may be English bulldog English bull Dogs, I love them but because of the way the? Bread they sometimes? Find Woking difficult and breathing difficult and? Then? They put their, bottoms down on, the ground, and they don't wanna move another? Inch and then people call them stubbing that's my husband yes And then you, go well actually no the dog is. Actually very uncomfortable compromised, properly or is in, pain somewhere, or so, first of all what I what I would do. I'd I would advise you to take your dope veterinarian just to make sure. That there is no? There's nothing going on in nothing medically going on the dog's not. Suffering pain somewhere. Not discomfort bad hips anything of that because that's that's what I suspect the first thing is, that the dog's not walking because it doesn't, feel good what's your, dog's mood do you walk the dog, just after eaten just before it's eaten avoid doing that. Give it a, good hour after feeding the dog before, you walk the dog or the dog a, good hour before you're going to feed that's just for safety can help guard against things like. Bloat but it probably is because. The dog is. Not Comfortable being. Outside and why did. The trauma happen what triggered that and a lot of dogs that they might. Even here call backfiring or they don't like the sound of the UPS truck, or, things, like. That going pasta house and that causes them to fair and that's it just one. Do you have, an electric fence for example love, the dogs that have had shock going through their front yards will not go out through the front, yard when you take try and take. Your dog out for, a walk down down, that say, Dun your, driveway Dogwood go because this is a scary place. This is where I get hurt I see a lot so how'd you get. Your dog over if? Your dog as indeed fearful let's say that you took is fearful. Again baby steps. And I would just move very slowly and I've had a lot of dogs with this problem, you'll definitely not alone what I've done is, sometimes I've just sat, a starting at very slowly enough just, sat on the front step with the dog and The dog has a play a? Game or we have some food? Or just hang?.

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"zouk" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"zouk" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

"So every year we have our vacation in New Orleans, and we have seen that magic happens when you get face to face with other creatives. So it's kinda crazy because I. Remember it was probably within the last few months, we were chatting with our friend, Jason Zouk and he was a staunch because we had not made the time to hang out with each other, just me and you Emily in person at that time, like really char out something that wasn't like Philly. We travel at time for business. We're like, we're going to go get a thing or we have vacation or whatever, but we out of even still think to this day have not ever. I can think of one time we ever got together outside of business purposes to hang out once once it's up whenever you were traveling for indie goes west. No, I was actually just Sieglinde together. Oh, okay. Glad full time twice. But you know, it is easy because we are traveling a lot together. And even that though, like if we do have stuff on the books like that feels really good because we have so much fun. Like even beyond the kinds of ideas that were able to think of whenever we're together in person. Like we just have a good time. We laugh and we remember why we like each other and why we're business partners whenever we are in person together. And so I think that if you have a business partner that you're working remote with or team that you're working remote with, really making an effort to get together in person, offline is huge for sure. I mean, another one, you know, if you can't super easily get off line or during all the times in which you're between offline, hang outs, we love getting on zoom and there's something to be or Skype or whatever sort of gives that face to face. I think Kathleen and I both enjoy the face to face significantly more than if it was destroyed voices. Like I'm looking at Kathleen hair, she's like making fun of my faces, whatever it may be. We have a good time like sitting face to face. I feel like we're in the same room as just I can't see anything under your shoulders. I could not be wearing pants. Right. Good. Not be wearing pants right now, and I wouldn't even know I could not be wearing pants right now, but you know, I have another business best friend who we like to chat on the phone like she gets really distracted by zoom in video conferencing, and there's something about being on the phone that really allows. I'm fine with face to face, but on the phone like you can almost just focus on what the other person is saying an earlier you were talking about how is not just communicating with your partner. It's a listening to them and I feel like it helps her listen better when a wrist just over the phone. So whatever sale works for you. But we love some video conferencing over here for sure, and then last but not least, we love slack when it comes to communicating with our team, he'll even say, you know, David's on our slack. So even David Nyerere casually communicating via slack for sure some sort of tool that allows you to stay easily in touch with people. I like slatted. We put Jeremy on my slack on our slack. Could you imagine? Yes, he would never speak. He would just sit and listen. Or maybe that's where you'd really hear him. Right. I would love for him just occasionally interject to the good Jeff, you know, like a funny image or little video or to something weird. I feel like that's what happened in. I think that would add. I think it would. I think it would add to for sure. He's welcome. He's welcome here. Right? We enjoy slack. Ally allows us to, you know, stay focused on work with all the different channels. It also allows us to have just ridiculous conversation in like the random channels or in hard like private messages or whatever. That really helps us stay connected to our super remote team. That's in all corners of the country. Basically. Yeah. So there we go and that's even those are more for those conversations. But I do think that all of the systems and processes that we use to state organiz in our business really opens up and allows us have the more creative or clobbered of conversations over things like slack or zoom or in person for sure..

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"zouk" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"zouk" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Miniature here's a some ways and, fusses physically miniaturize the dog or is it a puppy or But that's a really good question I've got my, work cut out for me here Can you repeat the. Question why don't you ask Victoria she's the expert Doc Us Victoria is sponsored by our good friends at. Soups For over twenty years souks has been making, healthy natural dog treats that energize and entice you dogs and they. Continue to innovate. With a new line of nutritious food launched this year Now all of Zouk streets and food choices all thankfully free of harsh. Additives preservatives and common allergens like wheat corn and, soy and, I think the reason why my dogs loved them so much is because they're made with. The, best wholesome. Nutrient. Rich ingredients the nature has to offer Zouk s- provide Stokes the fuel they need to enjoy adventures and embrace training. Time if you want to learn more good oops dot com okay it's, time for, us to pick your brain and make us all a little smarter with our dogs with us Victoria so. Let's start right away with Courtney. In New York and Courtney Courtney she says I have so enjoyed, listening to. Your in Holly's podcast on my daily commute and walks with my dog thanks for providing, such helpful, resources that's really a smart idea where you're. Walking your dog listening like that's great I used to listen was walking my, dog and then I kind of bored of us you know because we do it.

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"zouk" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"zouk" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A few weeks i'm all the winds from the storm's caused damage in some areas down the shore in jersey they also uncovered what's known as ghost tracks and joining us now is wnyc's resident jersey kitsch zouk should meet a good morning what are we talking about here down in cape may county on a remote stretch of beach on the bayside that's actually a protected nature area there's this old set of railroad tracks buried beneath the sand river right on the beach come on the beach there are a relic from world war one and they were built by bethlehem steel which had this munitions testing facility on the jersey cave and that's where they test things like cannons and guns for the war so the tracks were transporting this heavy weaponry not for people that know station to get off at the beat no station there so i learned all this from harry blondie he's the historian for the greater cape may historical society and he told me whenever there's a big enough storm to move the sand around these rusty mangled tracks become visible along the beach lay joked coming down with the fan coming goes we have a store that appear we have another storm they disappear hence the name ghost we're gonna have a spooky weird new jersey explanation nothing nothing supernatural here richard there is another i know i'm sorry nothing spooky but there is another buried set of tracks nearby at diamond beach that's at the end of sunset boulevard and that reveals itself from time to time too but it served a different function hauling sand that location they had a sand plant essentially saying mining operation but the quality of sam was so good to make really high quality glass okay so they were shipping the sand away to be made into glass high jersey sam while those tracks were retired in the mid nineteen hundreds today the army corps of engineers is bringing in sand in other ways to counteract erosion and there's been ongoing efforts in cape may city which has been called the fifteen million dollar beach because they're trying to correct the situation where now they put more sand on the beaches but this created a sharp drop off at the water which has led to some really dangerous wave conditions so it's gonna take more than just dropping more sand to fix this problem.

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"zouk" Discussed on This Week in Startups - Audio

This Week in Startups - Audio

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"zouk" Discussed on This Week in Startups - Audio

"What country has the loosest regulations at is seeing the most creativity and innovation williams decrypt oh space don't want loose regulations so what you want is a business for good business of our sizes certainty doesn't really matter what the certainty as as long as you have certainty and so you know really i think the governments are doing really well on this ron are um singapore which is doing well describe our own so there they're just very pragmatic and very responsive uh there's nothing really interesting pass that switzerland is doing well a couple of the canton's including zouk is doing really well who is ugge what is that the yuji zuj yeah it's a major financial services centre um uh switzerland switzerland's doing really well a lot of times people are koljevic dropout ali which are wind that is yeah embracing crypto we'll switzerland's organiz into cantons and these canton's are you know pretty independent almost like us states and so switzerland as a whole is very crypto friendly zoo get self is is very friendly and specific and so they're seeing a lot of business go there i'm in fact we've seen startups that were founded here in the valley by valley people relocate to switzerland early example of that zappala dot com which is a run by when says are yet another three premajor dude out here yet they're in switzerland now us zappa move there at i could see here uh zig it's called zogu nuns pronounce zugaza.

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"zouk" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"zouk" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"The pelissier dealer or good envi the comfort for the details and exclusions the news now i'm diem martin thority says saginaw man pulled over on suspicion of drunken driving was shot to death after he attacked two police officers sergeant duane zouk says thirty nine year old farhadi jabbari of saginaw was brown's dead at the scene after being shot during the altercation zouk says one officer suffered an arm wound and was hospitalized the second officers suffered facial and the i injuries and was treated at a hospital and released zouk says michigan state police is investigating the shooting a new public space featuring illuminated artwork and music is as ready to open in downtown detroit a ribbon cutting ceremony is taking place today at beacon park at grand river and casts it kicks off a weekend of activities that includes giant illuminated seesaws after work parties and yoga the matrix theater company ballet folklore oh and mosaic youth theater are performing on saturday the downtown detroit partnership supported by adt e energy foundation grant will operate the park a jury is convicted of western michigan woman a first degree murder in the shooting death of her husband in a crime apparently witnessed by the man's pet parrot the new way go county jury deliberated about eight hours before finding forty nine year old glen a durham guilty wednesday of killing forty six year old martin durham martin durham's ex wife has said that after the slaying the pet parrot repeated don't shoot in martin durham's voice plan radar weather partly to mostly cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms developing this afternoon a few of which made these veer high near eighty nine some clouds tonight a stray shower or thunderstorm possible low sixty three partly cloudy tomorrow with a high of eighty eight cloudy tomorrow evening thunderstorms developing mets wam news now i'm dan martin the power of prevention with dr dave jim is brought to you by.

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"zouk" Discussed on RadioLab

RadioLab

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"zouk" Discussed on RadioLab

"What privacy and data protection like means private from the like i remember when morgan was telling me the story thinking if someone had hacked into morgan's phone how long had they been hacked in four and nine hundred morgan all the time like a weird i was kinda hacked you know and then it's like we who else did you talked to asia tell your dad was kind of hacked oh oh crap change those text messages that weren't on signal have person was kind of hack and then suddenly just dawned on me data like her privacy isn't just hers the things that are on my phone that are private or not only private from either private for for any when i was talking to and and i almost feel like i don't even have a right to give over that phone if i haven't talked to the people that that that would be exposing like that's not fair would like some types of people insist on privacy can feel selfish within you realize like no like one person dozen insist on privacy kind of like a chink in the armor and look for new roles wonderful a for about an hour morgan in zouk ogled back and forth about what to do with our phone whom but they don't really reach a conclusion i feel he to walker does anything can happen if i go taylor walk you're gonna miss much uh this is planned or scheduled.

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