18 Burst results for "drouin"
"drouin" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"A guy we were wondering about. Jonathan drouin. looks like he's recharged and ready to go again out for personal reasons and I did you. I mean i don't know in your conversations with people. Did you get a sense of with jonathan. Drew is dealing. yes. I know precisely what he's dealing with and you're not going to share with us today. Unfortunately yeah this is. Yeah no i'm not. I'm not going to know that's fine but all say is version said today. That joint wants to come back and if you wanna do that you have some fences men with a teammate of really deep. Run the playoffs without you and you also have to engage because man i gotta tell you. John is the most talented player in practice. Not a game practice not talking about a game of talking about practice but come game time. I described him. As scott gomez to oil is neutral zone. Specialist can't score is a beautiful skater. Almost as good as me can't score you can ask his doesn't hit doesn't do anything. He's an inconsequential player. That's the problem certainly wildly skilled. We've seen little glimpses of it but is not nearly enough of it in montreal. Let me ask you this question. When we think about regrets i've had a few. I've had so drew a. Let's say he wasn't a montreal canadian. Let's say you could undo a deal and yet surge lineup what you have in the lineup and then you could undo the draft of twenty eighteen and you suddenly got brady could shock in your lineup. The haves went a cup with sergeyeva and ca- chuck in your your line. Ah i i think the haves.
"drouin" Discussed on The Alchemical Mind
"That make him super fast in another. It's been some discussion on this. This discussion on things like transgender folks. What if a man decides to transition into a woman and and they're an athlete. Is that fair for them to participate in female sports because naturally men are larger structured. Right bigger boned bigger muscles. It's just the natural aspects things and even if the transition they still have some of this chemical biological system within them so they have a an unfair unnatural advantage participate in women's sports. Is that true. I don't know i'm not a biologist or you know any of this stuff. I don't know the argument makes sense but some of it is because we think of these things. Maybe kind of antiquated way. This is again to reference. Drouin peterson the dichotomy between the society. Right between the left and the right where the the left comes up with new ideas and the right is responsible for implementing them and making them. Work is also not a new idea right. Plato talks about this. This philosopher king idea. I know some of you have very strong feelings about the idea of having a philosopher king and how great that would be to have a person of ideas but you also need somebody to implement these ideas. That's why lot of ancient cultures often times had not one but two kings. You had a king that was in charge of religious ceremonies for example in a king that was in charge of of war of military. And of course. Oftentimes you end up your culture. Advances advances and quotes into having just one king the one king that generally ends up taking over as the one that throws the military..
"drouin" Discussed on AoS Coach
"It comes to the cross. Not Despite is the Democrats on the mentioning that ninety nine point nine times is colder is being attached to the troll Hag, because the troll hag doesn't get access to either of the spell lows. We re Hobo Scroll spell is quite short range from members twelve inches, so yeah, yeah, yeah I found that I found it can get a lot of snow, causing out of her first Randall too, because I didn't have a range of octane bolts yet. Right, Nicole joining is with the hack. Again Nicole Drouin is I- custody a fall if It touches to the wizard. So I, Would, they arrived Nicole Drouin really as mentioned earlier on the. Hundred Gawk quite. Integral to the list. If you WANNA, get trucks moving around and you know. I think mobility's. So if you with fun. Williams I think it is. If you lose a hug. PALOOZA fungoides. Sorry you've you've lost the ability. And ask. These K. lighter in the game when it's not much around, you got to Chinese things so having a second resource of the Honda Coke on. The sixteen, she can regenerate these turn. Modest two three forty hit combat depending on Davis and things. Having her. Given that just two hundred four for teleportation lightning the game. From the. So. I'll tell you to the HAG now the coldren when it sets up. Because they three mortal wounds to the near Hyun. So. On, the high because custody to her, she just daydream multiple, but you've got the six. Hails. So she's all about. Healing them day three up anyway. When you're in combat with something, they coercion. Can you pick a unique one inch the children? So Code on big. Reuter by Thinkers. So you can solve tag unit seen saying that the three more for wounds onto the unit. So you're giving the vomits. Motivation. The cauldron wants the unit. You didn't vomit on the unit. You doing your tax onto the unit, so you see again more chipping through wounds. So E H! He's really good. It's just access to. Hand Gore each nuisance. Pick what anything I need could pick just good resource for. Them Wizards Hi. There only locks all. Small Vein visits Lewis and then you really fortunate losing because the magic and things that need need for the..
Medical Astrology in Practice with Kira Sutherland
"Hey there everybody Ceja Popham here founder of the School of Evolutionary herbalism in your host. Here on the plant pass and I know it's been quite some time since I've published a new piece of material here on the podcast and I'm really excited about what we've got in store for you here in this episode. I've got curious Sutherland. On the line here with me and in this episode we are going to be discussing with you. Some of the ways in which medical astrology can be incorporated into your healing practice whether you're an herbalist or a natural path or any form of holistic practitioner cure is just an incredible wealth of knowledge and understanding in clinical experience in. How medical astrology works Shira is natural path. A homeopath an herbalist a nutritionist. And we we met actually a number of years ago at the Renaissance Medicine. Conference put on by My medical astrology teacher Judith Hill and it was just myself and Kira and Judith and Matthew would there in Portland Oregon Teaching about these old old approaches to to healing grew using astrology and natural medicine. So I'm super stoked to have you on the podcast here cure. Thanks so much for joining US excited to be here. Thanks for having me. Yeah so let's start off by just sharing a little bit about Your coach to healing how you work with people. I mean you've got a really unique. Lots of different areas coming together in your approach from the herbs and the naturopathy. He end the medical astrology. And I'm just curious if you could share a little bit about your story and how and especially how the medical astrology piece came into play in your approach to holistic healing awesome. I'm I oh my gosh where do I start? I'm actually American borne in San Francisco but I my whole adult life has been in Australia. If you're my accent go in and out So I grew up in the seventies San Francisco so I was around a lot of alternatives. things thinking one of my mom's my mom's a scientist but her one of her best friends was an astrologer who comes to feed me stocks. That was always kind of in my in my cells or in my awareness but when I studied naturopathy in my early twenties in Australia so just to clarify to naturopathy in. Australia is an Undergrad Bachelor's degree. And then you go on a new upper stop some different style of naturopathy to North American one. But as I was studying naturopathy I got really frustrated that you know they have all these beautiful things know you talk about a lot in your book about the vital force and all the energetics but I got really frustrated. There was no system to put things through because my brain works really systematically and everyone was finishing off studying ir Veda or traditional Chinese medicine and I was like this isn't this doesn't make sense to me. That were natural. Medicine has been so long. Where's our system because we must have one and I was. Yeah and I was. I started looking for a system to things through and then if you go into the history of medicine as well as I luckily started studying astrology formerly at the same time I finally came across medical astrology with all the elements and the humor's and I was like. Oh here's our system. We just threw it out three hundred years ago in medicine and nobody knows about it anymore so for me. Medical astrology really was like. It's like icing on a cupcake of what I was doing as a clinician because it it gave me that whole system put things drouin understand people better and so I didn't. I mean I have studied a bit of. Tci A year of Ir Beta now as well. But it's for me. Medical Astrology was just as beautiful system to overlay on the herbs the nutrition. Yeah that's really how it came about for me Nice. Yeah I love how you said that in the way that and this is the thing that I discovered and founded my own experience to being best year was you know there's all this you know clinical evidence and studies in science and then and then it's like. Oh but if you want kind of more energetic perspective or everyone looks to the east you know to Chinese medicine or Veda or the other systems and it was like. Where's our Western traditional model? You know and I always felt that too. Like how heaters all these little pieces in bits and bobs. But where did they all fit together? And I think it's interesting how you know. He is always seen as like. Oh Lake pop astrology. Look it up in your Sunday Pierre. And it's Kinda hot hot funny funny but I think people really realize how central it was to to the practice of Medicine Right. It was. It was completely there too. Wet Three Hundred Renard. Two years ago an and it makes so much sense especially the energetics of the elements and I mean I know you go into that law in what you teach as well but yeah because the West we had it just as well as the eastern for me It just yeah. It really was that last little piece to really put it all together and it's by no means we call it whether hop astrologer you know. All the alternative stuff gets called wou-wou down here in Australia. Had Yeah it's just it for me. It's such a core part of when I look at a client even if a client. No-one using medical astrology gives me so much inside even if I just have their birthday around what systems I really need to look at for being the underlying cause of what's happening with them. It's just for me. It's that blueprints or road map with much. Better directions to the person. So for for maybe. Maybe there's some listeners. Out there that like the concept of medical astrology is like wait wet. Maybe just give a brief lake snapshot of like like how. How exactly does astrology apply to our body and our health and healing like how? How does that work? I guess in a in a kind of big picture overview Sherbourne here so you know if we go back in history Which I'm not a great history teacher but anyway all the way back to kind of Egyptian Times or even earlier. We have a hieroglyphics and drawings of what they called. Astro Manner Zodiac Nan. And it was. It was an overlay of the astrological signs. The twelve signs over the human body so in astrology we start with aries and we finished with Pisces. And so if you take those trump signs in overlapping on the Human Body. Aries is the head. Tourists is the neck and it works. Its way down to high-seas feature good each of the signs and the planet associated with each of the sides has rulership of a bunch of different body parts organs and functions. So we look at. Somebody's you know. Even if you only know your sunshine because of your birthday we look to that sign for your if you use it a loss and maybe overuse it so there could be a bit of a depletion or a lack of vitality going on in that area of the body or if if we know a whole astrology chart every planet with sitting somewhere when you were born and so if we can actually pull up the circle wheel of a of an astrology charts you can look where all your planets were gives you an even bigger or blueprints as to what's going on with your body physically
"drouin" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Right the on Jerry Jones boat oh wow okay that must be tough yeah I'm I'm trying not to talk about Drouin Roger okay do you come tell me how to unused by phone I'm trying to call in a pic key I don't know how to DO I look I have a dial the phone since nineteen eighty six I have somebody do it for me so water six of six phone going at one what we would want to work it hello wait a minute the lan kids got two phones well I got sick so that's okay it's going to work out all right all it so so far you look the first thing I want to say is this the draft doesn't look that weird you know well you know you can not knowing what to expect here's your could get hacked in we're going to wind up seeing all kinds of craziness and I kind of get used to everything really quick and it's kind of just be in the NFL draft for the past couple of nights charting of the the choir sing you get in here and talk yeah it's an amazing thing well you know and it was really like it's just the giants meeting you're like a done this or conference call like I've been doing this stuff for years on like my fantasy baseball drafts I didn't think we got to the heart like what are your like today do you think that point this was impossible or something like that in these a modern technology yeah Jerry Jones has six phones are witnessed this time mom and you can communicate in this day and age it's an amazing thing you can like talking to computers in talking to a phone you can have like you have to be you know like you know the the cowboys bees can carry the message all the way to Roger your spamming watercraft madness I tell you what Jerry it is his team whether he's picked up phone two four six they've done a pretty good job thus far I mean you get CD lamb referenced him with the extra phone provider eggs and then you get a double Gallimore you get guys a girlfriend wasn't really good with the phone cream zero the Dallas some problems with this girl there might be a **** I love the fact her name is crimson rose she sounds like a DC super villains you know excel Wonder Woman is far crimson rose is going to be a natural or she might be working in other establishments yeah correct no man I'll tell you it's not you she G. data Trae young to before she dated CD last weekend this is going to go to a very bad place in her I was just trying to give the cowboys have love your perspective you know perspective on the whole thing yep this will this will not end well for any of us if I continued down this path so that let's go to this thing on a scale of one to ten with one being not at all and ten being incredibly so how pissed off is Aaron Rodgers thirty thirty five at least fifty six at least a year old hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy forty two and a half yeah this is not a good thing click here he he's gonna get back to Green Bay and like you can walk in and go you know Matt we have been talking to do we really do especially when Matt will floor after the Jordan love pick look give your than a guy who who had the head cheerleader said yes sold sort of a problem right like that that's how happy network who are was about taking short walks now there is a big issue you're welcome Jordan won't play yeah that's a concern your own normal but I don't think that you know based on what floor and bring good comes our reaction your appearance on a thirty short will prepare and they just drafted him help Josiah tight end out of Cincinnati our I mean really what you think just never quite well it doesn't matter it never matters yeah well you know Joe Montana go get Steve young but it didn't go well John Elway the draft Tommy Maddox that didn't go well the resources job you know researchers have the power point is don't end well for somebody in the whole mix right here Daniel Jones constructive utilize basically counting down the days until his retirement right it just goes and Neeraj the Breitbart immensely the people who drafted you they get their way especially on a team where there's no owner right but you know mark Murphy Thursday from the team but you're not really the owner of the team there isn't a single voice owner so in this case the head coach and general manager of the team and with the Packers have a lot more say about what happened and if they have the final say just like with your Ted Thompson when he took Rodgers and went head to head with a brick car rental incredible Kirsty what sort of are going to go well hello it's going to be an ugly divorce he's going to play the last three help help play I think he'll play this year and then because it's it's too difficult to try to move on this year and with what's going on the craziness from the truncated preseason all of it plus Jordan loves not ready to plant so I see your trunk you like that word huh you think I could use words like truncated digit wow then where are you playing Scrabble with your with your wife Hey I play I play words with friends and classic works all the time and I win a lot and I planned the extremely hard level still hot you've got a little bit like Dustin Hoffman in Rainman I'm I'm I'm going to do a lot of words I know were intentionally thanks a lot excellent the way I look at Aaron Rodgers now where parents face when you've got a mustache growing and never looked at that and the picture Frank Zappa yeah yeah lookalike if I don't want to go on the computer it is no you're right I have thrown Aaron Rodgers whose real father okay you for example right now sure okay yeah okay which explains the whole fascination with music all right sure it's totally right there sure I still sitting there in front of us the whole time all right to be Frank Zappa's got the big soul patch though you know he's got that that looks really cool well it doesn't really have more to do with that but that's a different way in the pictures and the pictures sorry for a minute while looking know what I'm saying it's put in the pictures I'm looking at because you said look at the picture so I look at the pictures in the not the sole straight on the whole thing yeah yes he's still with the pictures of the speaker ruby album that once I talk from from Green Bay to Philadelphia we in the same situation with Carson Wentz couple years if he doesn't it hurt I don't I think this is German hurt at least initially okay this was taken with the intention of we want to make sure we have a really good backup quarterback because they've they've always invested in that but that's been one of the facts and we wanna quarterback who we can do some different things where and if it happens to be that person doesn't get a whole lot better okay then wall while the speaker up to us but I don't think that they go in with this however former the plan up okay this is what we're going to do to get rid of course now I will say girls Carson Wentz reputation is he's not very good at handling having a backup quarterback who has a huge crowds okay it wasn't yeah he was friends with Nicole but I don't think I was comfortable with him in the cold after hold on the ball so this could get a little bit dicey because once was sort of we're you're out when we approach to things but I don't think that that's what the eagles are going in thinking the report pointed your finger going here thank okay we have an interest in backup quarterback here who can do some different things that we can probably use the different packages because of the lack of skills because we don't want went swimming like that anymore and and so but it's not a distinct point you don't do that background you do that you do that first round C. O. good why I have the one one big question I know Jason Smith you at you and I have been waiting for Jessica on this one I did bill Belichick finally pull back the curtain curtain on organizational brilliance for these twenty years by letting us see is dog and it's really been the dark given up if the whole street but those are the dog sitting in the chair was pure I was just reaching us okay and always reflect whether it was intentional or not right the fact that bell check when the when the first European there just doesn't care like okay all right you know what I was listening camel whatever look the doctor you know what you just want to and the other part that I love is you know if you guys have all these elaborate setups with bill o'brien two giant monitors and you know screen over here and you know those are put in my you know like in the dining room of the kitchen of the Nantucket house willing to laptops and cell phones well you the player I'm sort of the computer and it's nineteen seventy five yeah yeah you do have a strategy from the from nineteen seventy five yeah I'll you know I'll go to he doesn't care at all it just doesn't care at all about the pretense of all the other stuff that goes with like number one good thanks bye he I'll I'll guarantee you the dog speaks and the dog's been making all the draft picks for at least ten years well the dog actually Ernie Adams there were thank it was you know it's kind of a little thing as a minister at what was the kicking mule for kicking your **** Gus Gus likely next progression the threat and Gus the kicking mules right now you have Ernie Adams the the football the football savant darker everybody up when you least Seanergy arms no question America your there's but there's been these videos of them but those could be computer generated well that was what we thought the dog is going and what you're doing here if it won next time we get when we hear the walking to go earnings and the dog like you know you go to the oppressor when they get back to set ship docks name Ernie it's a bit of a last minute a little bit of a middle day just found out that all of these photos of Ernie Adams are actually a former president William Henry Harrison that have been supplied your article here look a little bit more resemblance to Woodrow Wilson everything like Frank Zappa but now come full circle yeah again you can follow him on Twitter at Jason Cole sixty two that is at J. circle sixty two talking about Woodrow Wilson.
"drouin" Discussed on No Agenda
"In you know and Hillary by the way is the bankers person Yup which makes this even see more even better yes CNBC an NBC comcast would you enjoy owning no just asking if you thought of me it's not about what you're GonNa get Paris speakers and there's no real conflict might call drew this Jude Drouin EAC putting Lincoln themselves Dan you days Lewis I'm fifty and I'm going to hand out this Karma you've got thank you for organizing we humorous and at some time in in sometimes intelligent on same time intelligent way about the things that are going on in the world before listening to your show I had tried the only place we call the one and only best male program on the earth.
"drouin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"It's going to be a big kill for the bolts coming up. Stamkos wins the face up to start the penalty kill Coburn feet surrounding that air corner down the icy goes. Point to take his hand up the stick. It wasn't much of a whole. But you do that you put yourself in a position to get called? And he was here's drew in buying the Jonet to to are scoring the second left wing Denno to the red line Felipe Denno into the lightning that looked offside. But they said it was okay, right circle. Jordan, we'll pass to flex to web array point or circle wheel off his stick Coburn. Takes it away looks to knuckleball and out it gets blocked, whereas it Cologne digging away along the near side there with wheel finally slides by the lightning that for Smallman straw, man. Looks up ice and punches it out down the far side length of the ice one fifteen left in the Canadians power play or game is tied two with five thirty three left in the second. Jonathan Drouin cutting his way out for Montreal to center ice sweeps for Shaw collects it. He's checked. But by mcdonagh goes cross as again Gallagher, the lightning end and Drouin left circle. This point max Domi dummies. Check by pocket keeps it alive though for Tarawa point. Circle Drouin left point Domi right point to tar shoot. Save us quality with the glove, and he holds on forty eight seconds left in the point minor five await for meeting in the second to to score. This is love has been on me two or three really good gloves saves from him so far in this game. And he's able to see that puck all the way through despite shot. Trying to get some met from presents going in front of him. But a nice job at getting around him and able to track that tough. Sean Paquet, fifty fifty. And it's grab by Domi right circle. Right point Petri love point till much to tar centerpoint.
"drouin" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"drouin" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"And drew so sad. We were just of an hour. We were just last one for today. We feel bad for all the listeners out there. Like we were. You're gonna miss all the disease. Don. Somebody. Doc was a friend of the show was mad hall. He'd made us. She says tastic jerky maker fantastic jerky maker that didn't last a day. Oh my gosh. So good, especially because I've been doing the low carbs now for a couple of weeks and that just fit right into the regime. He he said I feel like this morning show on Twitter declaration guys that I feel like this morning show should be renamed infects infectious disease in the morning and the three of you are a wannabe center for disease agents. It's one of the things that got me interested. This is a really aged disease. This is a big leap. But this is one of the reasons I got disinterested in the Walking Dead because they never gave an explanation like it was in the first season when they end up at the centers for disease control. And I was like, yeah, we're gonna find out and then nothing nothing that that is exactly when I got so bad. Yeah. No. That's where I wanted that show to go, right? Trying to battle whatever. That affect had infected. And 'cause all right. You know, trying to find the key the the, you know, the the the solve the mystery, basically. And then they're like now, we're not gonna do that. We're just going to put them in prison and be boring for eight episodes seasons. And then they made this is another thing that made me mad, then suddenly does ambi- is worth a threat anymore was every person they came across every other person that I still alive in humanity was a horrible awful rotten killer that you had to get away from it. I'm like, oh, my gosh sucks. I totally disagree with that notion of how humanity would react in that situation. Because you know, we've seen it time and time again in times of crisis in times of emergency. Yeah. You got a few individuals who are jerks and tried to take advantage of the situation. But they are just they're literally just individuals for the most part, you know, we beside like after nine eleven a good example assure, you know, people come together, and they work together. When when there is a threat somewhere, people strangers will. Bond together and try to protect each other from from whatever that threat may be and you know. I do not buy into this notion that in some dystopia and future. You're just gonna have roving gangs of like twenty thirty people who want to go and kill everybody. They come in contact with. That's a mentioned the fact that those I I agree with you. I think you would have individuals like that because there's evil in the world, but in that environment, those are probably going to be the people because they're not very rational that are probably going to be zombie five before anybody else. Yeah. Yeah. Because they make bad. They make bad choices make bad decisions. And then the whole the whole premise on the Walking Dead this idea. Like, you said we're suddenly it's like large groups of people that are all totally comfortable with murdering random strangers. I just I just it just lost me. I'm like, this is just so depressing is not how humanity react, I want Smiths and Morrissey, the cure depressing. I don't want this Walking Dead version. I want happy sad. Not just sad sad. Please a question for you guys. We don't have to wipe out. I mean, we may. But just a quick question. At what point do either of you? Call nine one one on another driver on the road. What's your what's your breaking point? If they are blatantly, just swerving back and forth and back and forth. Klay, clearly, then I'd call nine I've done it. Yeah. What's your what's your what's your sort of your breakings are breaking point? If I if I feel like that person would behavior that is unsafe, and that is putting themselves in me, you know, and other drivers at risk. I'd say my definite breaking point is when somebody more than once when somebody breaks my car, that's my definite breaking point and driving in this morning. And there was in the I'm on sixty five and heading south and there's a blue Honda hatchback. Okay. And is doing the speed up and slow down like not maintaining speed. And then it was started swerving to the point where there was a couple of times where it was like, I couldn't get past them going into the left lane. And then almost would go into the ditch. And I was like a stone's throw away from calling nine one one. I know, and I I got past him because they slowed when I got past the car itself check this out it had the driver's side window was cellophane with duct tape and had no rear view mirror and one headlight on. That's that's a nine one one. I was I know I pass it. And I was like all should I call, but I'm past it. Now, I don't have the and I didn't dance. Yeah. And that's I can think of two occasions, and they both been when I've been on my way to work, you know, here at that time in the morning early super early in the morning when there's been cars that are swerving can't seem to stay in the lane. You know and are driving Radic speeds. And yeah, I've called nine one one on both of them. Yeah. That's usually. That's usually sure either intoxicated or fallen asleep. Yeah. And either way. You know, they're putting their putting other lives at risk now. Man. I hope it wasn't an accident. I wash them they slowed down. I think they turned on the side streets. I think I felt better about that. But I got past them. And then I didn't. And I don't know. I think the podcast I was listening to you ended up grabbing my attention. But now, I feel bad. No, that's alright called nine one one. I don't know. I was trying to channel. My inner Drouin Sam Drouin Sam do now, you know. One one. I would have called if I think that it's bad enough that they are endangering that they are truly danger to everyone else around them then Oakland on one. But if it's like, I don't know otherwise on the road where I was I was the only went around at the time. Yeah. Most of the time. I'm kind of like not my problem. Next time. I'll WW DSP. What would ruin Sam two six five one nine eight nine five eight five five that is the phone number Katie Pablo's from Fox News will join us right after the bottom of the hour before we offer up salmon alternative to CBD oil do stress to distress our millennial. It doesn't get you high. Speaking of getting high Hannah Jones in the city pages talks about medical marijuana patients are at risk of a are at the mercy of a task force that never meets. So talk about medical marijuana. You can get it. Bad news. Is that a Minnesota? You have to pay through the nose to get it. The average monthly costs last year was one hundred and fifty dollars. But some people end up shelling out several hundred a month, and it costs a couple of hundred dollars just to get certified to visit a dispensary. Only government could screw up something as simple as hey thoroughly your thinks marijuana would be helpful for you cool. Here you go to go get some harm anybody. Tell you what. No one's gonna throw you in jail. Right. That's as simple as this needs to be basic and the state of Minnesota government has absolutely botched this up. Some patients says some patients says the Representative Heather Heather L L Benson democrat Dina take partial doses because they can't afford the full freight others turned to the elicit market where marijuana's cheaper and more readily available. According to the pioneer press, thirty four hundred new patients dropped out of the program last year alone. Yeah. Trump's out of your did it legally. And you're like, yeah. Nah. Nah. I'll get it from STAN. Stay in your home. Richard my text when they passed this law twenty four t it was one of the most restrictive in the country. Ethelson says.
"drouin" Discussed on WGN Radio
"You're up to you're trying to extend the lead here, maybe put the game away. And you can't find a way to get a shot on net. Now with three hundred six on the clock for the third. We'll find out if that proves costly keep an eye on price. He's looking at the Canadians bench. I can't see the Canadian federal Kizie close Julianne because of the bottom of the scoreboard is obstructing my view. Now goes to the bench has the puck deflects off of dental stick in the class, and how to play price will return to fifty on the clock is going to have to go back in. But. Much. This desperation so start laughing. Replay the break away. Maybe they're just afraid that they can't be Jerry price. I dunno it. Sure. Like avid chance. Geez. The shocks me. All right. Murphy at center ice with the puck off the draw. Dumps it down off the right corner boards in behind the Montreal net. Driest has got it there to thirty eight on the clock. Jonathan Drouin leaves the puck for Tomas Tatar. He'll carry thanks to center ice. Carey price goes to the Kadian bench. The Canadians a six attackers an empty net. Takhar and has the hawk zone left wing side hands the puck Bertodano stands it behind the hawk net and to the right wing corner. Don't make moves it right point wherever pass left point. Now. Knocked off his stick with the puck to center ice by forcing the Canadians. To ten left on the clock. The center line. Tire. Fires a shot high and wide. To the right point. Now slaps the puck India or going to get a whistle. As the puck was knocked out of the air by a Canadian high-stick. This'll bring the draw out of the hawk zone to center ice, two minutes. Exactly left on the clock for the third to nothing. Hawks races. Jumper over the forged. You've gotta come back in. Gary Coleman have a little conversation with Sheldon brookbank behind the bench. Don't on what they're talking here. Maybe talking about. If a timeout is. Something they want to think about moving forward much the calls the time out here so Claude Julien. Going everything in right here. Got a whole swarm of players you've probably got two shifts worth. Flying changes here coming up then everybody on the ice for the full two minutes. Figured out Kirk Muller associate coach look at the dry erase board. Blackhawks a battle forty shots on goal. Now. What y'all twenty four so they doubled up. Of battle of what Corey Crawford number one battler on the team. Oh my goodness. He is phenomenal. This from nearby. Quebec a suburb of Montreal. Correy's got family here tonight watching father Trevor down this morning. Potatoes are here. They were in Toronto was well. And Jonathan tastes wins the draw back into the hawk zone. Seabrook takes it lifts the puck through the air and down and it's not going to go far enough for icing. But this keeps Carey price in the Montreal net. You get your most veteran lineup out there right now side tapes Cain, Keith Seabrook at the Canadian line variant takes ahead. Quick pass on the left wing Tatar will the hawk blue line. Lost it down the boards. Seabrook cleared it level line kept in by Weber left point. He put it down in behind the hawk net. Gallagher sends it left corner for drawing to whatever point again. Put it down the boards. Takes disrupts at the Seabrook along the right boards. He'll let it through the air and down along the far corner boards Canadians on once again not far enough for racing but far enough for the hawks to change up there. Plays. Thereby Brent Seabrook lifted high in the zone don't fire down no icing Haitiens with an empty net at six attackers Tony through center, ice, all the hawk line left wing board will fire from the time of the right circle. Taste gotta stick in there. The flex that up into the protective. Now one oh six on the clock. Face off stays in the hawk zone circle. The proper. As is going to have to come up there for the fifty four seconds after that two minute warning timeout. By the Montreal Canadians anxious. Looks on the coaches of the is that they scan their bench. Does come out here to take the face off markers Kruger? Can't vote their resettlement. If you need them. Against on the faceoff circle to Crawford's left. The drop of the puck cuckoo eliminates his man, Dan on the far corner. Shaw went to get the puck carries behind the hawk net. Tried to center. Stick down to one now Katri fired from the left point David camp. Got a sick in their deflecting that one up into the protective netting behind the hawks nest. Now, fifty five seconds left in the third and the faceoff will stay in the hawk zone circle to Crawford's. Right. I think there was what ninety some shot attempts by the charnel Maple Leafs the other night. I don't think we're quite there. We'll get darn close to it right now. As on the face off. Linesman repositioning in for moment. Caves wins the draw put it between the circles coughed up the puck Mezei in the slot. And then Kruger battling him. There. Slap the puck off Mezei sticking down ice into the Montreal zone. Petri handling it in the corner to the right of the empty Canadian net. Got it to Shaw who gave it away at center ice, the long shot from their blocked by Jeff Petri where this right state thirty five seconds left in the third net. Take through center ice. We'll snap it off the left wing boards and down behind the hawk net. Rolls into the far corner. Shos gotta Dariel spin it.
"drouin" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"It'd be like, hey, cool. You're going to go down to big blue ball tonight because you'd hang up by this thing called. Yeah. Okay. Kobe regrets beers. All right, guys. Bush like you look at my girlfriend, man. I would look at Griffin. Yeah. You were pussy you called me a pussy. An hour later. You want to bear, man. Yeah. Sure. Used to be a redneck who drink Bush light. You just made the sound like a flyers. I was I was. Southern accent. That was my life. You sound cool. I was relieved. They pay for that twenty four pack of Bush life. We'd get a case of Bush for like ten bucks eight ninety nine. Yeah. Ten bucks because you'd have to tip the guy who was blind for underage to grab a live. Oh. Hi, this is Joe from down here into what's up down there. And Brayden touchy Joe pretty good. Well, listen, I was bullied in elementary school. And the kid kept on hitting me spoke to my parents, my parents spoke to the principal. They wouldn't do anything the kids. Father was you know, well to do person. So they don't want to do anything. So my father said the next time he hits you you hit them back said. Okay, dad, and then sure enough he hit me I turn around hit him so hard. In the jaw. I actually busted his jaw and father. We had wreckage of bullying me. So at that time the father wanted to do something. My father says took we try to help it. But your kid has a problem. Now, my son he just defending himself. Witness city hit me first. So after that believe it or not that kid became my best friend. All right. Good. Well, that's a happy ending said. There's a lady named Pat who an old lady named Pat who wants to say hi to. Okay, good put her on south. If you're let's say, Pat, Pat, Pat here, they're ready to say, hi, John Drouin. Todd right here. I'm gonna put my headphones on your gathering here. Yeah. Come over to hold on. Crazy people every day when I'm on the radio driving. And I laugh all day you make my my life. Great. Thank you, Pat. Appreciate that so much. You're such a sweetheart how young lady might you be seventy eight. Oh, that's so awesome. Thank you so much. I can't wait until I get into the car to put you guys on here. You're with us right now. Yeah. You don't. Baby. Bone baby..
"drouin" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"Tracy modern day to pack. What do you think Kendrick or no? Down. I saw him in power to three episode empower. Yeah. Absolutely. What an amazing speaking Spanish. He thought oh to challenge. Nope. Day on. Plane. Drouin chino hills? Hello. Lose your man modern-day to pock is there one. There is no modern day too. Everybody else. I actually agree with him. I agree with him. Those cats are great because they're great good lifting degrading. All right, y'all. Thank you very much, man. We appreciate it have a great day man, y'all modern day to pock who's this? And who do you think it is? And I think Jay is the modern day to Joe, I've I've heard many people say that, but he doesn't have a film career. But does that even is that even think they're looking at the essence? Yeah. It's it's more of the law. And they Secondly, I think that if you throw him into a big factor. He'd be actively Cole as far as mentality wise keeping only want their thank you for the call. Yup. I vote for a modern day to park mix right now. On the spot. I think can get that done. Now you smiling at us. Challenge challenge. Let's go. Let's go. Hey, listen to infuse talks. Listen, okay. Because let's go man crucial power one. Oh, six number one morning. Hey, thanks for listening to us. Let's go first recipe sucker. Only. A B C's their way back into fail. Fulfil? Listen, even. Would have been on Springfield. Would have been on string field. Chain would have been on train failed tux on. For my..
"drouin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Well, Mr. Llanelli coming out of this game. I want to revisit what we talked about in the pre game related to the Canadians who they don't have a mcdavid. They don't have a Crosby. I mean Weber's and elite player but up front. They don't have. Offensive players in the league. But the very well as a team and they play with speed, and they can be a handle for the opposition. They've scored a fair number of goals this year. I mean, not to put the lightning, but goalscoring has not been an issue as a team for the Canadians. I think we mentioned they're averaging thirty three plus shots pregame. They're doing a good job at the offense zone. So understanding that and seeing how the Canadians played the last time the teams met where they applied a lot of pressure and scored five goals against the lightning. I feel that this was one of the best defensive performances by the lightning in a game. This year in front of the gory. Vacillated. Bail them out late in the second. They had a breakdown. Yes. But understanding that they're facing a team that can scoot it looks to capitalize on turnovers. The likes to stretch the ice. They could get you back on your heels really quickly the lightning simply didn't let the Canadians us. Is there speed game tonight? Now, the Canadians did a lot of good things defensively to in the first two periods. But from the Lightnings perspective, they're able to do it for the full sixty whole the Canadians to twenty shots it really Stephanie single digit scoring chances five or less Yami, just spitballing. Here's the difference between those two teams near absolutely right. Macho didn't have many chances. But the once they did they didn't convert you need to convert if your team might Montreal playing against Tampa Bay. You're not as skilled. So did you get those breakdowns? You have to convert guy drew his guy who can but who pass laws. And you bring up a good place to turning points. I think in this game at least for me one was the challenge. Yeah. Let's be very clear. That's one nothing. Montreal in the second period. Maybe that gives them a little I talked about the of the first goal. Absolutely. And late in the second period. Vastly makes to really good saves Drouin and Gallagher arguably two best offensive players, at least upfront doesn't happen. Tampa bay. Eventually it's going to break through even against Carey price. They did. I also wasn't impressed with Montreal losing their cool. I thought they were trying to make an effort to go after a guy like Ernie which get but you're fighting for playoff positioning here. That was not a good penalty took it may not have changed the outcome at that point. It's still to nothing, and he really took an unnecessary. But you. Even if he felt that it was coming which I really again from up here. It was not clear to us. What was going on there? Well, the lightning keep rolling along to ninety two points now on the year through fifty nine games. So we got twenty three left and the next one will be in Columbus a back to back for the lightning on the road against two teams that are very much in the same boat as Montreal scratching and clawing you hold out a playoff positioning or get into the top eight tell you about Philly. Well, yes. And they they've played well of late and Columbus is interesting because you're going to be watching what they do over the next week. What are they going to do with? What are you going to do with Roszke? It's going to kind of dictate where their seasons at it. The first two games in that season series. Both played here lane really hammered Columbus, both those games. So now, I don't know if that's going to have a carryover effect. The blue jackets may be really geared up to two exact Somerville. Embarrassing losses earlier this year. All right, my friend. We'll talk to you from the road. And I'll turn things over to you after this next break, the lightning defeat, the Canadians three nothing and have won their last nine there. Seven Owen to and the win streak now is reached five in a row for the lightning going back to last Saturday when they started the win streak with a victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins. Takes everyone involved in tonight's broadcast. Jason Barringer back in the radio studios. Diverse nickel oxide is in the radio booth for Greg Llanelli, Eric Gregg Llanelli, Eric girl and Senate Phyllis busied. Oh, this is Dave Mishkin saying so long from Emily arena. Final score tonight. It was the lightning three and the Montreal Canadians. Nothing. Good night. Everybody..
"drouin" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"And some of the moves that he made your surprised about. Now, I think Montreal's over cheating lately, Ken. Riding Carey price who's a darn good goalie, and they had some timely scoring Jonathan Drouin who they traded for last year seems a lot more comfortable in Montreal this year. Max Domi is what a trade that one gal Kenya for domains and domains really excelled in that market and Montreal there. So look they done some good things. But I, you know, Montreal to me. I don't see I don't see them making a big splash in the playoffs. It'd be great to see Tronto Montreal it's been since nineteen seventy nine. And of course, they before the game on Saturday night and Toronto played Montreal about was the number two three Montreal was in the three spot. So of course, we all get excited. It's a long ways away. But yeah, I think Montreal's, you know, on a on a tweak, and I wouldn't say a rebuild, but they're certainly on the tweak anyway. Well, I'll tell you, man. It's so good talking to Cam gore 'cause he just puts it in a nutshell, man. I mean, it doesn't matter what I throw at you. And again Cam you, look, I know you work another job, and whatever, but you stay up on your hockey. And it's not just the NHL is I don't care if it's a cage L or the world championships, or whatever it is. You're on top of this stuff. It's second nature to you. And there's no doubt that people look at you here in Vegas. They know you were an authority when it comes to NHL hockey, and we look to you because you go and you follow the fourth line on all these teams. You are top of the line. You always do your homework. I know it's locked up there in your brain the way, college basketball, and college football is for me here in the states. But really appreciate you can't because you kind of shed light on what's going on the game within the game. What's happening with these teams with these rosters? It's tough for me to stay up on all this stuff. But you always clarify everything for us Cam. Appreciate you, folks. Follow him on Twitter at Cam underscore gorge Johari trust the guys the best. There is. Is can appreciate you, buddy. I can't wait for you to get to Vegas and your lease will be here before you because they're coming in here Thursday. I think yeah. Yeah. I was I was looking at making the trip down. But it's Valentine's have the wife and get down here. Valentine's what a great Honey, we're going to Vegas to see the leaves come on. Oh, yeah. She she's going to Justin Timberlake Thursday night. Overruled? Boy, you're how your staff you used to be a shocker in a grinder use favorite, a grinded out. Now. Now, forget it. You're on the shelf, man. Yeah. I tell you. I'm just picking my spots, buddy. I'm picking it up. There you go man, Kam appreciate you big time and get your grinding in on Valentine's man after the Bieber concert. Yeah. All right, buddy. You take care. But yeah. Same thing. Are there you go? All right, sorry Timberlake. That's right now, it's not the same thing. Cam gore, baby. That's great. We'll take our final. Reagan Email laugh it off air. We'll come back fish fan..
"drouin" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Line apparently. Is there excess lying? Why am I laughing knows everything like Jacobs? Remember something? Are you thirty nine? You wanna see? I don't know. Yes. Yes. Yes. 'cause last year he turned thirty this year. He turned thirty nine. Can you believe that I thought thirty eight you went back to thirty seven. But you're damn right. Thirty eight thirty nine forty next year. Loro brother. I'm not forty next year. Fifty this year of the? Aw. A little bit of it's a boy. There's a there's a I'm gonna bring the Drouin July. I can't tell him yet. Who is it? Can't tell you threw out the way to a July ten so. But I'll talk to you before. Then I'm sure my friend numbers. My birthday definitely knows. You're thirty nine. All right. So what did you have for lunch today? Jacob. You want to guess, no. I want you to tell me. So we can judge it checkers. Meet mountain. Nobody didn't I didn't. I didn't. I didn't. I had a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Name some chips today. Drew grotto some in some ships today. Do Grabow chips. Brings chips on the side. It it actually was chips in a Bank, and and I had a chocolate bar with my stay soccer. Bars are good to drinks. That's not sodas is it Jacob. No, no, no. No. No. No. No, no. It's a juice and a propelled. That's what it is propel fitness water. Yeah. What what kind of chips PB and J? I'm a Doritos man of my peanut butter and jelly. I bet Jacob really likes. Well, sometimes. Well, sometimes they'll go play. Sometimes they'll go with sun ships. I guess I I guess it all depends on what my dad picked out of the bag because he buys me a mixture chips. Bozo. Sometimes. So so sometimes Prado some. You know when your dad gets you laze. Are you a lot happier knows days. Then when he brings home the the Pringles or the wise when when you get laced from your dad. I don't know. I don't know. I don't know. I guess I I guess it's a variety pack through grab a one time. I had fun showing funds are like the onion rings. Did not like those. All right. Well, jacobson. We gotta run always great to hear from you. My dude. Okay. Okay. Okay. I love you. Boy. Happy birthday. Boy, you're thirty nine. All right. This man. That's what I'm saying. I don't know. I mean, the whole time he's talking. I'm starting to think in my thirty nine the death. What he's doing to me? You lose track in your mid forties. Like, I didn't know for a brief period of time of forty six or forty eight. Oh, I found out. I was at the time forty six oh those three years ago. I hold up. I'm okay. I think I'm going to be under one seventy by next week. So I think I'll live. Yeah. But man, oh man that number is big fifty. Yeah. I know that number is big. You don't ever think of yourself at that age? I well, what do you think of? I mean as a kid we think of a fifth year old senior citizens. Yeah. Lower top, buddy. Little look at you as being a fifty. I honestly look you as a man, I don't feel like one. But the numbers the number. And what do I mean fifty now fifty back then is it? It's all day. It's a youthful fifty. It's like a very very own forty. Oh, okay. The is the started dying your hair when you were young. So that no one even notice that you're that. You're not gray. Get my hairdresser on the line. I will show you guys every fifty year old not gray hair. You're trying to thank us. Oh, no, dude. I there there's gray all over the place. Like, if you look there reflexive, gray, everywhere everywhere. Okay. It doesn't look like it on TV..
"drouin" Discussed on Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast
"They d and the air force are having a meeting to determine who is going to sign the paperwork for the KC Forty-six agreement whether that will be air force secretary Heather Wilson or the head of Pentagon acquisition, Ellen Lord. That's just an example of one small problem that. The Pentagon means to rectify with secretary chigney hand and has been role. Steve we were talking earlier before we started recording. There's been some talk about hey, the Boeing's got its guy in the Pentagon now. And you're saying you really don't think that's very fair. Well, I mean, it's it's a fair question to ask in general sense. I mean, the guy been at the only thirty one years thirty one years and now he's leading the Pentagon. It's true that he's recused himself of any decisions involving Boeing, however as secretary defense, there's a lot of decisions he's going to make that an impact going in some way, you would think also the people that he's put in positions. So it's important to keep watch of that. And hey, I mean like I said, I'm pretty old. So I remember covering Darlene Drouin, and that that story and how that unfolded for those who don't know she was the number two official at the in the air force, and she had built up a reputation. We all thought we were scared of her. You know, the press she was. She had this very shit. His reputation for keeping contractors in line and whipping them into shape and screaming, and it turns out. Well, that was going on she was steering things to Boeing and in the criminal prosecution. She went to jail it was revealed that she accepted gifts from Boeing also steered got going to hire her daughter into physician. I think our daughter's husband could be wrong about that. And Mike Sears the chief financial officer upon his tied up. And so anyway, these things happen sometimes you can't -ticipant, and it's bizarre because everybody knows this is against the law. So you do have to keep watch on it. However, I mean, some of the things that have been said do their bit over the top. I mean, I've seen stories linking, you know. The three contracts that Boeing got last year. From the air force. And from the navy. To the fact that well now dip the deputy secretary of defense was used to work for going. And of course, while that's true. It's also true that Boeing underbid their competitors heavily, and that's a matter of public record. There's no denying that. And you know, they Boeing strategy was to accept pretty extreme financial risk of front in order to win contracts from established competitors for those for those contracts. They need new business in their defense of court folio. And so so that, you know, so there's a balance to this. You also my sense of patch a hand and even elven Lord is that. Their various student. They did give up huge. Financial packages at Boeing and for Eleanor Textron to come into the government. And they know where the bodies are very they they know the tricks that the contractors can play, and it seems to me that they've been pretty shrewd at at coming up with strategies to counter that a great example. I think came out a few weeks ago. When patch laid out his vision. For the future of an industrial base for this new thing of common or Atari glide vehicle for a hypersonic weapon. Nobody's ever made a glide vehicle before. So there has to be this whole new industrial invented for them. And in Shanahan's vision for your taking related actually in response to one of my questions at this Indiana event last month was to basically create is basically set up the entire system..
"drouin" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Will this news about one limbs suppose it detention doesn't come as a complete supplies because over the press couple of months as you indicated there his company has been under scrutiny in pressure it sold off a number of them hotels and tourism sites within china just last week it bats way for may at property projects here in london so this concerns about a wesley's poet too much money has also changing the political wind in china the leadership really does want its businesses to get to involved in buying these big trophy assets abroad and so there's been a lot of speculation about the company so this news isn't particularly surprising are asiapacific editor michael bristow the stereotypical image of british drinking habits has brits knocking back little more than t lukewarm aol but people in the uk have a new alcoholic obsession and it's not doing their teeth any favors here's jonathan such in pubs at a wedding zyl across the dinner party table more and more british drinkers are toasting their health with sweet fizzy in sharp the italian wine is a more affordable version of champagne priceconscious british boozers are knocking back liters of the stuff last year a third of the world's percect who was consumed in the united kingdom helped by bumper harvests sort of seen production increased by almost forty five percent the trend however is worrying the nation's dentists who warned that the combination of sugar acid an alcohol as a damaging cocktail here's dr mervyn drouin of the london center for cosmetic dentistry recipient all day you got all the items that would cause decay used not forming little want lines at the gum margins it's with the anomalies weakest and become softer.
"drouin" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Yeah yeah and it wasn't because it wasn't because of the divorce it was because of her female lights lights like helping her through it and that is really emotional for me yes we have lots of footage of the female ninjas hang out with her doing obstacle stuff they're all there i'll hang out they seemed to be tight group here yeah it's really nice and like we get a confessional from berklee about how resilient she is apparently she and jesse do we know that she and jessica africans roommate's probably i didn't know that yeah i i will say way too much jesse graf on the phone transfer held by land speakers ya i knew that they were really close just from like social media and stuff but i had no idea they were on the same track team at the university of nebraska big dan happens now they literally had to be like and jesse graf also on the sidelines on a phone dan i cut her like frozen on the screen and like a good shot same expression the entire time it could have just been a picture of her for all we knew it mary wellmade have she doesn't even try the keeping on crank it up at first and then really starts the struggle and eventually goes down on crank it up and i was like oh my jesse on the phone is even part of the interview yeah yes lance was like shoving her in the face of the cameras very awkward very honored emily drouin grant were they're wearing nagy teeshirts randomly drew a true apparently there the entire time and this is the only time we see if ya.