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Weird Careers
LIVE at London Comic-Con: Panico Von Sleaze, Laura, and Andrew Thomas

Weird Careers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 79:36


We're back at LONDON COMIC-CON! On a very special episode of weird careers, we take a dive into THREE professions: Drag Queen, IT Tech, and Comic Book Letterer. Join myself and my new co-host Dani as we explore each of these "Weird Careers"

One Giant Podcast
Andrew Thomas is ascending, Leonard Williams Injury update and a familiar face back in the fold.

One Giant Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 33:35


Grab a cup of coffee and join Andy and Adam LIVE for injury new s and notes, a look back at Sundays win, and how Big Blue will continue to improve ahead of their first divisional game with the Cowboys! Should Giants fans care if the TItans looked awful against the Bills? The guy discuss the "turn the page" mentality Brian Daboll has preached, and why wins all count the same once the final whistle blows. Andrew Thomas is flat out one of the best tackles in the game today. The numbers bare it out, the eye-test confirms it, and Big Blue can check one corner stone box off the list! As for the rest of the offensive line, Adam knew there would be growing pains for young players like Joshua Ezeudu, but seeing Mark Glowinski providing uninspired play at RG hurts both the overall team and the development of Evan Neal. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/onegiantpodcast/message

Talkin’ Giants
490 | Giants Mailbag + Titans Cleanup

Talkin’ Giants

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 59:20 Very Popular


00:00 intro 4:30 Evan Neal 10:05 Kadarius Toney 19:25 Expectations for the season 25:15 What will the defense look like w/ Kayvon and Azeez hopefully coming back? 29:45 Josh Ezeudu and the Interior OL 36:10 Thoughts on Giants ILB's 39:25 Andrew Thomas was dominant 44:15 Aaron Robinson and Darnay Holmes' 49:45 Bobby Johnson and the run game 54:40 WR route running and separation This episode was presented by SeatGeek Give Segal Law Firm a call at 646-810-3337 or visit them at https://www.segal-lawfirm.com/  Visit https://athleticgreens.com/giants to get a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase Get in on the action with DraftKings Sportsbook and use promo code JOMBOY when signing up so they know we sent you! https://dkng.co/jomboy If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXTSTEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/ visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP(7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NJ/NY/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. New customers only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply and product offerings vary by state. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details. 

Big Blue Kickoff Live | New York Giants
Big Blue Kickoff Live 9/14 | Heading Into Home Opener

Big Blue Kickoff Live | New York Giants

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 58:13


Russ Salzberg and Paul Dottino talk about the energy of playing in a home opener, chat about the improvement of the Giants run game, and take calls from fans. SUBSCRIBE NOW: Apple | Spotify | Google | Stitcher | iHeartRadio 1:04 - Heading into home opener 16:35 - Calls 27:27 - Andrew Thomas' improvement 41:14 - Coaching adjustments 51:19 - Wide receiversSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

WSP Anticipate Podcast
Closing the Social Infrastructure Gap: The Role of Public-Private Partnerships

WSP Anticipate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 22:09


Public-private partnerships (PPPs) are playing an increasingly important role in the development of social infrastructure in the Middle East. As governments seek to address the region's growing infrastructure needs, PPPs offer a flexible and innovative way to finance, design, build, operate, and maintain vital infrastructure assets. From hospitals and schools to water and sewerage systems, PPPs are being used to deliver social infrastructure projects across the region.In this episode of the Anticipate Podcast, Andrew Thomas, Advisory Director, at WSP in the Middle East is joined by Nasser Mahmoud, Founder & CEO of Concept Realisation to discuss the challenges facing PPPs in the region and uncover the massive opportunities they offer in delivering efficient social infrastructure.

Talkin’ Giants
488 | Giants 21 Titans 20

Talkin’ Giants

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 55:38 Very Popular


0:00 Giants Win 2:50 Offense (Saquon Barkley, Daboll 2 point decision and Daniel Jones) 24:35 Andrew Thomas 27:00 Kadarius Toney 38:20 Defense 51:00 Nashville   This episode was presented by SeatGeek Visit https://betterhelp.com/TALKINGIANTS today for 10% off your first order Check out the Candlewyck Diner in East Rutherford, New Jersey for all your diner favorites at https://candlewyckdiner.com Get in on the action with DraftKings Sportsbook and use promo code JOMBOY when signing up so they know we sent you! https://dkng.co/jomboy If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXTSTEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/ visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP(7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NJ/NY/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. New customers only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply and product offerings vary by state. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.

Set For Sentencing
SO GOES THE NATION: Talking Criminal Justice Reform With Julie Gunnigle, Democratic Candidate for Maricopa County Attorney

Set For Sentencing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 52:01


The criminal system in Maricopa County, Arizona is missing the Justice.  It's the fourth largest county in the nation, and the eighth largest incarcerator IN THE WORLD.  The County Attorney's office has been infamous for decades for overcharging, systemic bias, and flat-out corruption.   Helping us get Set For Sentencing this week is Julie Gunnigle.  She's a democrat running for County Attorney as a common-sense reformer.  She is fearless in her assertion that she will never prosecute women or their doctors for abortion.  Her opponent would enforce "trigger" laws on the books from the civil war era.  She promises to increase diversion programs, regulate overcharging, give line prosecutors more discretion to do justice, and make other needed reforms to reduce mass incarceration in AZ.    IN THIS EPISODE:  Changing the culture of the historically corrupt, ethically challenged, Office of the Maricopa County Attorney; Giving discretion back to line attorneys to fulfill their obligation to do justice; Fixing the fact that Maricopa County is the 8th largest incarcerator in the world; Proven, data-driven, approaches to reduce mass-incarceration at low, or no cost to taxpayers; Reigning in the (over) charging power of the prosecutor that dates back at least to the time of Rick Romley (including the story of how Rick Romley tried to send a sixteen year old boy to adult prison for 30 years for pointing an unloaded gun at neighborhood bullies); Instituting new policies that would restrict a prosecutor's ability to alleged draconian enhancements that result in long, mandatory prison terms; The importance of clearing the backlog of marijuana expungements by making expungement universal & automatic; Combatting disparate racial outcomes in Maricopa County; Goals for meaningful police reform; Promoting diversity within the office, which is currently seriously lacking. LINKS: For a deeper dive into systemic racism, click here to listen to last week's incredible talk with Jelani Jefferson-Exum, Dean of the Detroit Mercy School of Law. We talked about a terrible example from the Rick Romley era of gross overcharging of an early client of mine, Jefferson Stackhouse, a 16-year-old boy who pointed an unloaded, antique, shotgun at some neighborhood bullies.  They charged Jeff as an adult and tried to put him in prison for decades.  It was a sickening example of the unfettered charging power and inhumane treatment that is still commonplace for this office. Talking to Julie Gunnigle brought back a flood of bad memories about this historically horrible office: Click here to watch a riveting 60 Minutes story about Jeff's case. Click here to read, "The Maximum Security Adolescent" a NYT Sunday Magazine article about Jeff's case.  A great example of a County Attorney model that involves transparency around racial disparties and data-driven reform, from, as always, BERMAN'S SENTENCING BLOG!

Voice of the Arts
Gretchen van Hoesen - "The Snow Queen"

Voice of the Arts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022


The Principal Harp of the Pittsburgh Symphony Gretchen Van Hoesen will organize and join in an ensemble of 16 harps to play a new score by Alyssa Reit inspired by Hans Christian Anderson's "The Snow Queen" on September 25 at 5:30 PM at Kresge Theater, Carnegie Mellon University.  It is co-sponsored by The Pittsburgh Chapter of the American Harp Society and Carnegie Mellon University. Alyssa Reit will be narrating the Hans Christian Andersen story, Peter Reit will be conducting 16 harpists performing, including Gretchen Katie Ventura and Marissa Knaub Avon, the entire harp department at CMU, the PYSO harp section and many more area harpists.  This production is a setting of the famous Hans Christian Andersen classic, for storyteller and 15 harps. In this performance, the music will incorporate excerpts from participant solos, specially arranged ensemble sections, sound effects, and excerpts from the orchestral repertoire to illustrate the story. The individual solos and ensemble selections will be set as musical interludes. In addition, participants will play underscoring and sound effects, accompanying the text. Harpists of all ages, skill levels, and harp types will be participating.  Alyssa Reit has worked as an independent performer, composer and arranger in the New York tri-state area since completing her Bachelors and Master's degrees at the Juilliard School as a student of Marcel Grandjany in 1975. Composition teachers include Jacob Druckman, Andrew Thomas, and Richard Einhorn. She has performed with institutions ranging from the Orchestra of St. Lukes, the Pittsburgh Symphony, and the Metropolitan Opera,

New York Giants Audio Podcast
OT Andrew Thomas on Week 1 victory

New York Giants Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 1:03


Offensive tackle Andrew Thomas speaks to the media following the Giants' Week 1 victory against the Titans.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

ALL IN with Art Stapleton: A NY Giants Podcast
Week 1 is here! Giants vs. Titans preview and predictions, plus 1-on-1 with Andrew Thomas

ALL IN with Art Stapleton: A NY Giants Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 51:39


Art gets you ready for Sunday's season opener against the Titans with a 1-on-1 interview with captain and left tackle Andrew Thomas. Plus, sports betting analyst Bert Bainbridge joins us for Tell Me The Odds segment, and in The Final Drive, we answer fan questions.

New York Giants Audio Podcast
OT Evan Neal on advice from Andrew Thomas before first NFL game

New York Giants Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 6:29


Offensive tackle Evan Neal speaks to the media after Monday's practice.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Happy Menopause
S4. Ep 2. Everything You Need to Know About Vitamin D, with Andrew Thomas, CEO & Founder of Better You

The Happy Menopause

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 35:58


Vitamin D is a non-negotiable for our health and wellbeing at any age, but never more so than in mid and later life which is why I've decided to shine a light on it in this episode. I've invited Andrew Thomas, founder of one my favourite supplement companies Better You to chat to me about all things vitamin D. He's just the man we need to help us understand the ins and outs of this hormone-like vitamin. Andrew has been on quite a journey, from a chance encounter at a rodeo, which led him to found Better You to winning the Queen's Award for Enterprise in 2021. The level of research into Vitamin D has expanded considerably in recent years and we explore the broad role that it plays in supporting your health and wellbeing, such as bone health, mental health and immune function, including reducing the severity and longevity of Covid-19 symptoms. Andrew explains what Vitamin D is; why we need it; why we might be deficient and typical signs of that; how the body produces it and what sort of supplement dosage is appropriate.  This is a really practical and helpful episode that should answer any questions about Vitamin D, especially as we slide into the autumn and winter when a supplement is more important than ever. If you enjoy the podcast, please give it a 5 star rating and a review on Apple podcasts, or whichever platform you listen on, And do tell your friends and family about it. I'd be so grateful because it really does make a difference to the visibility of the podcast, so that more women can find the show. After all, every woman deserves to have a happy menopause. Season 4  of The Happy Menopause  is supported by  innovative natural health company Better You. Tune in to the podcast for details of a 20% discount on their range of oral  vitamin and mineral sprays and transdermal magnesium. 

Sports Scene With Steve Russell Show Replay
Sport Scene Rewind 8-31-22

Sports Scene With Steve Russell Show Replay

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 118:54


On Wednesday's show, Union County and Oak Hall football coaches Andrew Thomas and RJ Fuhr join Steve Russell. Also, PFF's Brad Spielberger talks the latest NFL news. In the second hour, ABC 27 & UF CJC grad Alison Posey breaks down whats going on with Florida A&M Football.

Feeling Asian
Who Gets Fed (feat. Andrew Thomas Huang, Film Director)

Feeling Asian

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 75:07


Andrew Thomas Huang is a visual artist and film director known for his music videos for FKA twigs, Björk, Atoms for Peace, and more. We loooove his video for FKA twigs' “Cellophane,” which resurfaced last year amid the hype over Lil Nas X's video for “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name),” much of which was seemingly heavily lifted from Huang's work. We dive into the comparisons, which leads to a larger discussion on who gets fed vs who makes the decisions in the creative industrial complex. Also – this is the cool part – we talk about finding inspiration in queer folklore and the importance of collaboration. Follow Andrew at @andrewthomashuang and weep while watching “Cellophane”! And as always, we appreciate your support via Patreon: patreon.com/feelingasian

Move The Ball™
John Thornton: Strategies for Aligning Yourself with the Right People

Move The Ball™

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 42:49


On today's episode, John Thornton shares the advantages to cultivating relationships and establishing partnership throughout your career. Listen in as Jennifer and John discuss why football is the ultimate team game, the importance of having confidence while checking your ego, and the value of serving others. John also discusses how reputation and history impact decision making on both sides of the career path, from the institutions you choose for education, to the connections and partnerships you build as a student athlete.     About John Thornton: John in a retired NFL defensive tackle who played college football at West Virginia and was drafted by the Tennessee Titans in the second round of the 1999 NFL Draft as the 52nd overall pick. John played with the Titans for four seasons and then another six seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals. Currently, John is a sports agent with Roc Nation Sports who is the co-head of the Roc Nation Sports football division. Some of John's clients are Jaire Alexander, Andrew Thomas, Zamir White, and Lewis Cine.   Follow John on Instagram: @nfl_johnthornton Follow John on Twitter: @JohnThornton   Want to find your own way to Move the Ball toward your goals? Connect with me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/movetheball/ Buy the Move the Ball book: https://amz.run/5JR6 Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/movetheball/ Follow me on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@movetheballpodcast Get your Move the Ball Merch: https://www.wemovetheball.com    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

GO FOR 2
Giants Team Report

GO FOR 2

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 20:19


New coach in Brian Daboll. Can he save Daniel Jones's career? Is Saquon really back? Andrew Thomas and Evan Neal. Ron Martindale with Azeez Ojulari and Kayvan Thibodeaux is gonna be tough to defend. With all the hype surrounding Tavon Walker and Aidan Hutchinson. Who will have more sacks? I think Kayvan Thibodeaux could be defensive rookie of the year? Giants really could be a wildcard team? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Bleav in Giants
Yesterday's Price is not Today's Price

Bleav in Giants

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 31:50


Papa and Banks are back on the mics to discuss their most recent thoughts on the Giants. They talk Andrew Thomas and his thoughts on mentoring Kayvon Thibodeaux, Kenny Golladay and how he needs to step up, and Daniel Jones constantly being critiqued in the media. How much of that is valid and what's baseless claims that don't mean anything without more regular season game-tape. As always, #TellAFriendToTellAFriend. Shoutout to Fat Joe on this one.

New York Giants Audio Podcast
OT Andrew Thomas on going against Kayvon Thibodeaux

New York Giants Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 3:06


Offensive tackle Andrew Thomas speaks to the media after Sunday's training camp practice.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Star Wars: Prototypes and Production
98. Collectors Share Their Stories And Memories From The Legendary 2019 Annual Weekend!

Star Wars: Prototypes and Production

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 68:18


Curious to hear what a Star Wars collector event is really like? During the Labor Day weekend of 2019, eighty collectors attended an event in Fishkill New York. Hosted by the Empire State Star Wars Collectors Club, the Annual celebrated the best parts of collecting and our community. But what made the 2019 Annual event so memorable and special? Join me, host David Quinn, for a chronological look back at the weekend of the Annual, through the stories and memories of the collectors who attended it. Thank you to: R.J.Als, Michael Cooper, Mike De Stefano, FJ DeRobertis, Chris Georgoulias, Justin Haynie, Hector and Sam Hilario, Dan Loisell, Jonathan McElwain, Blake Morgan, Narayan S. Naik, Joe O'Neill, Johnpaul Ragusa, Ron Salvatore, Andrew Thomas, Jason Thomas and Christopher Vargas, for sharing your funny and heartfelt stories from that wonderful collector event in Fishkill, New York! To Listen to the Episode on the Prototype Archives Site: https://www.prototypearchives.com/podcast Links to the Episode on Various Platforms: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/star-wars-prototypes-and-production/id1448205460?mt=2 https://open.spotify.com/show/744L0XQhmpXn2AZeaxUhOZ https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zb3VuZGNsb3VkLmNvbS91c2Vycy9zb3VuZGNsb3VkOnVzZXJzOjU2NTA4ODM3Ni9zb3VuZHMucnNz https://soundcloud.com/david-quinn-908355451/tracks https://www.podbean.com/podcast-detail/u4ywr-80960/Star-Wars-Prototypes-and-Production-Podcast https://player.fm/series/2473540 https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-star-wars-prototypes-and-p-31050806/ https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/star-wars-prototypes-and-production/id1448205460?mt=

Talkin’ Giants
467 | Andrew Thomas + Azeez Ojulari | Giants Player, Profile & Projections

Talkin’ Giants

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 25:23


Bobby and Justin continue PPP's with LT Andrew Thomas and second year EDGE rusher Azeez Ojulari. The guys talk about who these players are, what their strengths and weaknesses are and what they expect their 2022 season to look like. This PPP was brought to you by Bareburger Kitchen + Bar Click the link in the description to find yourself at your favorite new happy hour spot, burger joint, and luncheon! -https://www.marketing.bareburger.com/kitchenandbarnew/#bar-bites

Fireside Giants - A New York Giants Podcast
New York Giants Training Camp: Andrew Thomas injury scare, rookie LB stands out, more

Fireside Giants - A New York Giants Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 19:51


Alex and Anthony dive into the New York Giants' top takeaways from training camp on Sunday!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

New York Giants Audio Podcast
OL Shane Lemieux on Andrew Thomas: 'He's a brainiac'

New York Giants Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 6:52


Offensive lineman Shane Lemieux speaks to the media after Wednesday's training camp practice.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

City Lights Dubai
Andrew Thomas - King Jesus, series on Mark - Part 8

City Lights Dubai

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 28:16


In this podcast Andrew Thomas shares an encouraging message on Mark chapter 5. If you found this podcast helpful please take some time to give the podcast a rating and share it with a friend who you think might be encouraged by it as well.Thank you

New York Giants Audio Podcast
LB Kayvon Thibodeaux on facing Andrew Thomas, Evan Neal

New York Giants Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 8:40


Kayvon Thibodeaux speaks to the media on Saturday after the fourth day of training camp.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Giants Huddle - New York Giants
Giants Huddle | David Syvertson On Giants Rookie Class

Giants Huddle - New York Giants

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 21:18


Paul Dottino sits down with David Syvertsen from Ourlads Scouting Services to break down the Giants' rookie class and revamped roster going into training camp. SUBSCRIBE NOW: [Apple](https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/giants-huddle-new-york-giants/id1457847008) | [Spotify](https://open.spotify.com/show/0tplKEwbeQKWk7iqskbKQu) | [Google](https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9uZmxnaWFudHMuY2FjaGVmbHkubmV0L2NvbnRlbnQvZ2lhbnRzL3Byb2R1Y3Rpb24vZ2lhbnRzLWh1ZGRsZS1nb29nbGUtcG9kY2FzdHMueG1s?sa=X&ved=0CAYQrrcFahcKEwiYhp7_-ZvwAhUAAAAAHQAAAAAQCA) | [Stitcher](https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/new-york-giants/big-blue-huddle-new-york-giants) | [iHeartRadio](https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-giants-huddle-new-york-gia-79840354/) 0:42 - Rebuilding the trenches 5:12 - Andrew Thomas' development 13:50 - Most impactful rookies 17:56 - Defensive schemeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

New York Giants Audio Podcast
OT Andrew Thomas on building continuity with the O-line

New York Giants Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 6:34


OT Andrew Thomas speaks to the media on Wednesday following the first training camp practice.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

One Giant Podcast
Does Kyler Murray money matter to the NY Giants and is NFL sleeping on Andrew Thomas?

One Giant Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 28:07


The guys are back asking the questions: Did Kyler Murray deserve the massive money, and what could a contract look like for Daniel Jones after a potential breakout session? Andrew Thomas has been championed following his bounce back second season, does Madden have hate for the NY Giant LT? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/onegiantpodcast/message

Talkin’ Giants
451 | Best of Moments from Talkin' Giants History

Talkin’ Giants

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 118:06


Bobby and Justin are going over some of the best moments in Talkin' Giants history since 2019 Dave Tollefson 3:00 Darnay Holmes 20:15 Glenda Jones 23:10 Nick Gates 29:20 Rich Seubert 43:00 Little Caesars 1:00:45 Kevin Zeitler 1:06:40 Andrew Thomas 1:11:05 Gordy on a Bridge 1:18:10 Brandon Jacobs 1:25:30 Bobby's First Daniel Jones Rant 1:27:10   Click the link in the description to find yourself at your favorite new happy hour spot, burger joint, and luncheon! -https://www.marketing.bareburger.com/kitchenandbarnew/#bar-bites Get in on the action with DraftKings Sportsbook and use promo code JOMBOY when signing up so they know we sent you! https://dkng.co/jomboy If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXTSTEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/ visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP(7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NJ/NY/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. New customers only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply and product offerings vary by state. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.

Wine for Normal People
Ep 431: The Grape Mini-Series -- Sémillon

Wine for Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 46:57 Very Popular


Sémillon used to be the most planted white grape in the world. From its native home in France to Australia, Chile, South Africa, Argentina, and beyond, it was planted en masse to pump out large quantities of flavorless bulk white wine. The problem was that Sémillon doesn't cooperate when it's forced to high yields. It loses acidity and it lacks flavor unlike some other grapes that can still muster some umph when over-cropped (Chenin blanc, Sauvignon blanc, Colombard, to name three).  For this reason, plantings were replaced and the grape became unpopular. Photo: Sémillon, Bordeaux.com  Today it is grown in limited quantities but two distinct areas– Sauternes/Barsac and Pessac-Leognan in Bordeaux and the Hunter Valley of Australia --  create wines that are incredibly specific and unique. Demand and fascination with these iconic wines means that cultivation of this grape is not doomed!   Here are the show notes: The origins of the grape Although we don't know the parentage, we do know the grape is from southwestern France. It is likely from Bordeaux Until the 1700s, producers were only using the grape in Sauternes (at this point it was already a sweet wine, as records from 1717-1736 at the local abbey show) Later, it was found in St-Emilion, from which it derives its name. The name most likely comes from Selejun – the local pronunciation of Saint-Emilion     Sémillon in the vineyard A thick-skinned grape, part of the reason it was so widely planted was that this feature makes Sémillon pretty resistant to molds and mildews (although, thankfully not botrytis). This feature of the grape helps make it easy to grow and it can be quite vigorous, which is why it was so used and abused in the past! The grape buds later and ripens earlier than its blending partner, Sauvignon blanc, and this short growing window means it is not as susceptible to spring or autumn frosts The grape is versatile on soil types – it can thrive on gravel, calcareous clay, sand, and other types making it incredibly adaptable Fully ripe Sémillon will have big yellow to nearly copper colored berries Low yields are best Château d'Yquem, the most famous Sauternes producer in the world, allegedly makes one glass per vine. The rest of Sauternes yields about 24hl/ha, and lower quality regions yield 80 -100 hl/ha. Hunter Valley in Australia – 60 hl/ha **M.C. Ice and I fully acknowledge that we have no idea what a hl/ha looks like but we use the numbers for comparison sake – ratios are still helpful, right? ** Photo: Australian Semillon, courtesy Wine Australia Climate can vary enormously and the grape can still perform: In Sauternes, special climate conditions must exist (we discuss later) Top dry white areas of Graves and Pessac-Leognan have warmer sites for Sémillon, which allows it to get fully ripe, adding lushness to the blend with Sauvignon blanc In Hunter valley, humidity with tropical storms are best! Because the area has strong cloud cover there is less direct sun so it slows photosynthesis, despite heat. The humid afternoons somehow help build acidity. The light, sandy soils that contain some loam and iron have good drainage, during rain     We discuss the growing regions for most of the remaining part of the show France: Bordeaux France grows more Sémillon than any other country and most of the plantings are in Bordeaux, specifically – Graves, Pessac-Leognan, and Sauternes 50 or so years ago, half the production in Bordeaux was white, mostly from Semillon, which traditionally made up 4/5 of any white wine in the area, sweet or white, but now has taken a backseat to Sauvignon Blanc, which offers more acidity to the wine in a warming climate  Photo: Bordeaux vineyard, Getty Images via Canva subscription   Sauternes, Barsac In Sauternes, Barsac (please see episode 369 for more info) and the sweet appellations of Cadillac, Ste Croix du Mont, Loupiac, and Cerons Sémillon is always partnered with Sauvignon blanc, which also receives botrytis well but maintains its acidity. Wines are hand harvested, with several passes through the vineyard to get the right level of botrytis, which can be patchy and can be grey rot if it developed poorly on the grapes Botrytis is a fungus that affects the grapes right when the fruit forms. It concentrates sugar and creates honeyed, apricot, mango flavors with a viscous mouthfeel from the glycerol it produces. Alcohol levels range in the region -- the minimum in Sauternes is 13% but it can well over 20% ABV For botrytis to form, a region needs foggy nights and early morning, followed by warm and sunny days. This is essential in the autumn, and is a very consistent weather pattern in the sweet wine regions of Bordeaux, which botrytized wine can be made nearly every year These wines are aged for long periods in oak barrels Some, like Chateau Climens in Barsac, are 100% Sémillon   Dry white appellations In Graves and the lighter, sandier regions of Pessac-Leognan, Sémillon is often the biggest percentage of the blend. The best versions – Haut-Brion Blanc and La Mission Haut-Brion Blanc (different Châteaux, owned by the same group = confusing, I know) – are hundreds of dollars a bottle and often have Sémillon as the main component, but it's vintage dependent In Pessac-Leognan, 25% of blend must be Sauvignon Blanc, and the trend is to favor that grape over Sémillon both because it's easier to grow, and because it has acidity. From good producers, these wines can age for decades The grape can be in Côtes de Bordeaux blancs and in basic Bordeaux blanc from better producers Sémillon adds fullness to the texture and when it is aged in oak (as is the case with Sauternes, Barsac and in Graves and Pessac-Leognan), it can have peach, mango, nuts, and toast flavors, which contrast well with Sauvignon blanc's more “green” aromas. If Sémillon is not aged in oak, it can have citrus, grass, notes without much flavor. When it is fully ripe and aged in oak, it is fat in texture with lemon and tropical fruit and has lower acidity.   Other places in France Sémillon grows... Southwest France has the sweet wine of Monbazillac (like Sauternes) and dry white of Bergerac Provence and the Languedoc, but not of any quality     Australia Makes the most distinctive dry white in Australia and was first planted in the Hunter Valley where it gained popularity for its ease to grow, high yields, and resistance to disease It went from being the workhorse grape in the 1980s, to accounting for only 3.1% of the total Australian crush today More than half of Australia's Semillon comes from the bulk New South Wales region of Riverina Hunter Valley in New South Wales The warm, humid climate of the Hunter Valley isn't conducive to most grapes but Semillon (no accent on the “e” in Australia!) changes from a grassy, lemony acidic wine into a dark yellow, nutty, honey and straw-scented viscous wine if grown and made under certain conditions To achieve this, growers pick early, before the summer rains and the grapes have very high acidity. Alcohol levels are around 10-11% ABV, and most of the wine spends no time in oak for fermentation nor for aging – it is put in stainless, fermented cold, and bottled. Wines in their youth are like Sauvignon blanc – citrus, green herbs, and straw flavors persist, with high acidity. After 5-10 years of storage the wine darkens and tastes like honey, toasted, grilled nuts and seems like it has been in an oak barrel (hasn't) – a total odd ball. Although the grapes can have some botrytis, this phenomenon is just a result of the rainy, tropical growing conditions To learn more about Hunter Valley and the Semillon, listen to ep 309, with the amazing Connie Paur Griffiths of Tranquil Vale, an excellent small producer located there Tyrells is the famous producer here (especially Vat 1 Semillon). Also Brokenwood, Silkman, Andrew Thomas    Photo: Hunter Valley Vineyard, credit Wine Australia   Western Australia: Margaret River: Popular for blends of Semillon and Sauvignon blanc You will see Semillon-Sauvignon Blanc or Sauvignon Blanc-Semillon on the bottle, the first name indicates which grape dominates the blend These wines can be made in a juicy, fruit style with no oak, or oak fermented and/or oak matured to last longer Producers: Vasse Felix, Cullen, Cape Mentelle, Leeuwin   South Australia Adelaide Hills: Wines are like white Bordeaux in that they are picked early and blended with Sauvignon Blanc to avoid oiliness, too much ripeness. They sometimes use oak, sometimes not. Charlotte Dalton is the big producer here. Barossa: Sometimes makes varietal versions that show the purity of the grape, sometimes use big oak and can be toasty and Chardonnay-esque. Producers: Torbreck, Peter Lehmann, Henschke in Eden Valley Clare Valley: Can be more refined than Barossa but still peachy with apple and citrus and fuller body. Oak influence is common. Producers: Mount Harrocks, Pauletts Riverina: Is notorious for low quality bulk wine but a pocket of it develops botrytis easily and makes high quality sweet wines: McWilliams, De Bortoli     New Zealand has a small amount of Semillon in Marlborough, Hawkes Bay, and Gisbourne   South Africa Semillon was once so important it was called “greengrape” because of its bring green foliage By 1822, 93% of the vineyard land planted was Semillon. Then it was commonly just called “wine grape” but by the 1900s it began its sharp decline It is grown now in Stellenbosch, Swartland, and Franschhoek. Some areas have older bush vines. Producers like: Cederberg, Steenberg, Vergelegen , Mullineux are using more Semillon in blends with Sauvignon Blanc (some sweet, some dry versions)   United States   California Barely uses Semillon but vines that were imported in the 1880s to the Livermore Valley in northern California, were allegedly from Château d'Yquem Vines that live in the Monte Rosso vineyard in Sonoma date from 1886 and can make excellent wines. Morgon is an example Sierra Foothills: Some here, notably my friend Lorenzo Muslia of Andis makes the Bill Dillian Semillon that has great acidity but silkiness and hay, herb, and melon notes (for the podcast with Lorenzo click here) Photo: Andis Wines   Washington State Big decline in plantings and they usually a blend with Sauvignon Blanc Popular from Walla Walla producers: L'Ecole 41 – lemon curd, nut and toast notes with a pretty full body, Amavi (episode with Amavi here) – slightly more acidic and less full with more citrus and grass notes but still with a rich body     Others countries that use Sémilllon Chile: Because of the Bordeaux link, has Semillon and usually uses it for blends or Sauternes-like sweet wines. Semillon used be 75% of white vines in Chile! Argentina, Uruguay have some nice examples Canada     Food Pairing Ideas Sauternes/dessert styles: blue (Roquefort) cheese, foie gras, scallops, fruit based-dessert Lighter styles: Oysters, shellfish, white fish or chicken dishes with citrus or herbal sauces or creamy sauces, salads, goat and sheep's milk cheeses _____________________________________________ Research Sources: “Wine Grapes” by Jancis Robinson, Dr. José Vouillamoz, Julia Harding “Grapes & Wines” by Margaret Rand and Oz Clarke https://www.bordeaux.com/us/ https://www.wineaustralia.com/ Fiona Beckett – Matching Food & Wine As always, talking to people about the grape who grow it, and drinking a lot of the wine itself – Sémillon is awesome! __________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ From our Sponsors... Wine Spies uncovers incredible wines at unreal prices - on big names or boutique brands from all over the world at up to 75% off! It's not a club and there's no obligation to buy. They have a build-a-case option, so you can mix and match wines while enjoying free shipping on every purchase. Visit www.winespies.com/normal you'll get $20 credit to use on your first order! Don't forget to go to the store page to see what wines I love with descriptions I have written.    If you think our podcast is worth the price of a bottle or two of wine a year, please become a member of Patreon... you'll get even more great content, live interactions and classes!  www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople   To register for an AWESOME, LIVE WFNP class with Elizabeth go to: www.winefornormalpeople.com/classes  

One Giant Podcast
Andrew Thomas top 20 tackle, and where Cordale Flott and Matt Brieda fit in for the New York Giants

One Giant Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 16:56


The guys take another look at OTA to training camp narratives with Andrew Thomas looking to build off a strong second year campaign while ditching the injury bug. Plus, is Cordale Flott a day one starter, or vital Wink Martindale defensive chess piece. Last but not least, Adam reminds the Big Blue faithful that there was big value in a low-key veteran signing of Matt Brieda. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/onegiantpodcast/message

The Big Blue Unbiased Podcast
The Issue With The New York Giants That Must Be Fixed

The Big Blue Unbiased Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 23:09


In this episode of the Big Blue Unbiased Podcast, I discuss the current culture of the team as well as Andrew Thomas and the latest Darius Slayton trade rumors. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vincent-rapisardi/support

The Giants Guys
The Giants Guys (Ep. 86) Andrew Thomas Update

The Giants Guys

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 57:59


The Giants Guys dig into the latest video from Left Tackle Andrew Thomas and the NIL deals that are taking over college football. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thegiantsguys/support

Talkin’ Giants
445 | Giants Mailbag

Talkin’ Giants

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 59:56 Very Popular


Bobby and Justin are back with their monthly offseason mailbag talking all about Darius Slayton, how time of possession impacts the offense, if we would move Evan Neal to LT if Andrew Thomas ever went down, what past Giants Super Bowl team is the best, what WR will finish with the most fantasy points and more!  This episode was presented by SeatGeek Get in on the action with DraftKings Sportsbook and use promo code JOMBOY when signing up so they know we sent you! https://dkng.co/jomboy Go to https://getroman.com/WORLD today, and if you're prescribed, get $15 off your first month of ED treatment. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXTSTEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/ visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP(7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OR/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See https://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.

NY Giants Zone: A NY Giants Podcast
Episode21 - Starting Offensive Line, Daniel Jones, New Weapons

NY Giants Zone: A NY Giants Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 68:43


@bporras1 joins the Giants Zone to discuss Andrew Thomas, What does Daniel Jones have to do to be retained for 2023 and what would our first 3x play calls be on Offense in game 1 against the Titans.    

The Community's Conversation
Central Ohio Hospital CEO Roundtable

The Community's Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 58:35


The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted hospitals to cooperate in new ways. What did Central Ohio's hospitals learn from the pandemic? How are hospitals preparing to meet tomorrow's healthcare needs? This week, the Columbus MetropoliTEN Club welcomes an extraordinary panel featuring the CEOs of all four Central Ohio hospital systems.  This CMC forum was recorded live on June 8, 2022. The speakers are:    Tim Robinson, CEO, Nationwide Children's Hospital  Dr. Andrew Thomas, Interim Co-Leader and Chief Clinical Officer, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center   Dr. Stephen Markovich, President and CEO, OhioHealth  Lorraine Lutton, President and CEO, Mount Carmel Health System  The host is Greg Moody, Director of Professional Development and the State of Ohio Leadership Institute, The Ohio State University John Glenn College of Public Affairs.  CMC's Optimal Health Series is presented by The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and Nationwide Children's Hospital.   This forum was sponsored by Keeler and Nadler, The Ohio Hospital Association, Mount Carmel Health System, Hospice of Central Ohio, OhioHealth, Phoenix Consulting, and The Robert Weiler Company.  

Big Blue View: for New York Giants fans
'Valentine's Views' podcast: Sounds, impressions from Giants OTA No. 9

Big Blue View: for New York Giants fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 18:11


We talk about injuries to Kayvon Thibodeaux and Andrew Thomas, and we hear from coach Brian Daboll and several players as the Giants continue to roll through OTA. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

One Giant Podcast
Wan'Dale Robinson worth the hype! Belton + Bellinger in starting roles? OTA news for New York Giants

One Giant Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 31:44


The guys are back talking all things NY Giants! Today on the podcast Adam Armbrecht and Andy Mackiewicz run a 2 minute drill style rundown for the Giants OTA's The NY Giants depth chart could be seeing some shake ups! After highlighting some redshirt notes, the guys talk Saquon Barkley getting reps all over the field including on the outside as a receiver. As the system develops new RPO wrinkles Daniel Jones will need to orchestrate the offense, something Adam notes does have areas of concern. Andy turns his attention to Darius Slayton, who struggled to bring in some deep passes, which brings Adam to an interesting conclusion on the 4th year wideout. After highlighting the new veteran leadership role Adoree Jackson has taken on, the guys also note that Shane Lemieux remains in the driver seat at LG while rookie Joshua Ezeudu gets valuable starter reps in Andrew Thomas' absence. The big topic comes first in Dane Belton, another perfect Wink Martindale fit, the rookie Safety saw starter reps alongside Xavier McKinney! Daniel Bellinger continues to do no wrong, and while Andy loves what he sees at the TE spot, he for some reason cannot accept that Wan'Dale Robinson is worth every drop of hype this summer. Jam packed on a Friday, OGP is the best NY Giant podcast for Big Blue faithful! HEAR THE PODCAST: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... FOLLOW THE SHOW: https://twitter.com/oneGIANTpodcast https://twitter.com/AdamArmbrecht https://twitter.com/amack214 READ ON SUBSTACK: https://substack.com/profile/19781728... --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/onegiantpodcast/message

Big Blue Banter
OTAs catch-up: Andrew Thomas injury, Kayvon EDGE1, more

Big Blue Banter

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 44:55


Dan and Nick catch up on the latest from Giants OTA practices. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

My Camino - the podcast
Australian pilgrims Annie and Andrew Thomas have just finished the Camino Ingles. Wait until you hear their Camino story. It's magic

My Camino - the podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 56:20


I first saw Annie and Andrew Thomas in a social media post....standing outside the cathedral in Santiago de Compostela shining like new diamonds. They were just so happy. This is their second Camino....they have walked the Frances before....but wanted to return to the glory of the Camino....and this time it was the Camino Ingles. Enjoy their journey....they don't skip over the important stuff!! And a treat at the end as alwaysYou can sponsor me via www.patreon.com/danmullins

One Giant Podcast
Building Blocks - who joins Thibodeaux and Neal as cornerstones for the New York Giants?

One Giant Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 31:52


The guys take a look a the NY Giants depth chart on both sides of the ball and ask the question - how many building blocks are in the building? Beyond the intrigue of Daniel Jones pivotal season, who can Giants fans rely on going forward. The obvious names like Kayvon Thibodeaux and Evan Neal, who will be a part of the winning culture Joe Schoen wants to build? The guys discuss returning players like Leonard Williams, Xavier McKinney, Dexter Lawrence and Adoree Jackson who could all make strong cases for a second contract with Big Blue. Offensively, the obvious bookends of Andrew Thomas and Evan Neal are the clear high-expectation players. Beyond those names, Andy highlights Daniel Bellinger as a sneaky building block, while Adam continues to sing the praises of Wan'Dale Robinson. It's a fun conversation to frame what Giants fans can watch for in the upcoming year! OGP is the best NY Giants podcast for diehard Big Blue fans! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/onegiantpodcast/message

Prince On The Pod
Andrew Thomas (Starting Left Tackle for the New York Giants) Interview

Prince On The Pod

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 27:12


I got a chance to interview Andrew Thomas (Starting Left Tackle for the New York Giants). We talked about football,fashion,and food. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sam-prince8/message

Talkin’ Giants
437 | Andrew Thomas Interview

Talkin’ Giants

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 47:42


Bobby and Justin welcome on the New York Giants starting Left Tackle, Andrew Thomas! They talk about his TD reception from 2021, his progression as a player from his rookie year, how difficult it is to play on the line without continuity, fashion, how he responds to critics and more! The guys then wrap up by talking about other OTA headlines & stories. Interview starts at 6:45 This episode was presented by SeatGeek Go to https://getroman.com/WORLD today, and if you're prescribed, get $15 off your first month of ED treatment. Get in on the action with DraftKings Sportsbook and use promo code JOMBOY when signing up so they know we sent you! https://dkng.co/jomboy If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXTSTEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/ visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP(7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OR/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See https://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.

Locked On Gators - Daily Podcast On Florida Gators Football & Basketball
Rob Sale Improving Florida Gators Offensive Line - Former New York Giants Coach Developing Talent

Locked On Gators - Daily Podcast On Florida Gators Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 28:02


New Florida Gators Football Head Coach Billy Napier hired former Louisiana Offensive Coordinator and New York Giants Offensive Line Coach Rob Sale to be the Offensive Coordinator of the Florida Gators. Florida Gators Offensive Coordinator Rob Sale has proven to be a developer of offensive line talent, getting players like Robert Hunt drafted by the Miami Dolphins and helping former New York Giants first round pick Andrew Thomas improve significantly in his sophomore year. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Quarterbacks Coach Clyde Christensen said that the team views former Florida Gators QB Kyle Trask as a developmental prospect behind Blaine Gabbert as opposed to the primary backup to Tom Brady and the world has lsot their minds because of it. Between Boston Celtics Center Al Horford, Washington Wizards Guard Bradley Beal, and retired guard Jason Williams, who is the best Florida Gators basketball player in NBA History? Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Rob Sale Improving Florida Gators Offensive Line - Former New York Giants Coach Developing Talent Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

BBQ Interview Series - Kevin's BBQ Joints
Andrew Thomas Lee - Photographer

BBQ Interview Series - Kevin's BBQ Joints

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 53:04


In this episode, I chat with photographer Andrew Thomas Lee. See all things Andrew Thomas Lee here: https://andrewthomaslee.com Follow Andrew on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/andrewthomaslee Check out a collection of his barbecue photos here: https://andrewthomaslee.com/barbecue Martha Stoumen photos here: https://andrewthomaslee.com/marthastoumen Contact 'Andy' here: https://andrewthomaslee.com/contact Purchase 'Life of Fire' by Pat Martin here: https://amzn.to/3FhDxYG Purchase the Horn Barbecue cookbook here: https://amzn.to/3vZXDSV

Globally Speaking Radio
What is cosmolocalization and how does it impact the metaverse

Globally Speaking Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022


In this episode of Globally Speaking, Andrew Thomas connects with Vangelis Lympouridis, a specialist in Innovation by Design, Design Thinking, Immersive Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality (XR) technologies, for a fascinating discussion around cosmolocalization and the metaverse. Listen to Andrew and Vangelis introduce the concepts of the metaverse and the emerging technologies that impact the localization industry, including cosmolocalization.

52 Cues Podcast
Sound Design and Soundtracks with The Unfinished's Matt Bowdler

52 Cues Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 64:16


Soundsets from Matt Bowdler have quickly become a staple in my synth toolkit, and I was thrilled to have the opportunity to chat with the imagination behind The Unfinished. Join us as we talk about sound design, creating synth presets, and what it's like to be on the production team for an Oscar winning soundtrack. Plus, we listen to a "corporate cue" by 52 Community member, Andrew Thomas.Watch this episode on YouTube:https://youtu.be/4oXLIbJuVWM00:00 – Intro & Welcome02:24 – Interview with Matt Bowdler (aka the Unfinished)47:48 – 52 Cues Community Cue, "MellowCorp" by Andrew Thomas (https://soundcloud.com/anthom)1:00:22 – How you can support the 52 Cues Community!Go visit https://www.theunfinished.co.uk!Subscribe to The Unfinished on YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/user/MattBowdlerMusicJoin the 52 Cue Community! - When you join the 52 Cues Community you are encouraged to post your own cues for feedback from the community, network with other composers, participate in community discussions, provide feedback on other composers' cues, and ask questions about the industry! – https://52cues.comBecome a 52 Cues Friend and you'll be able join in on Monthly Interactive Zoom Workshops featuring a range of topics and guests from around the music industry, and you'll have access to the Weekly Music Production Livestreams! – https://my.52cues.com/plans/202568?bundle_token=b037583a957a0bb48afafd3b1cae414eBecome a 52 Cues Family Member and you'll be able to have your cues reviewed each week during the live Weekly Interactive Feedback and Critique Sessions, plus catch up with Dave during weekly Zoom Office Hours –  https://my.52cues.com/plans/195865?bundle_token=c974232cc2996186825ad469af103969Support the channel on Patreon and get access to my weekly music production live streams.https://www.patreon.com/davekropfLessons and 1-on-1 coaching are available! Book your session at http://52cues.com.#productionmusic #podcastJoin our 12-week Mastermind with built-in private lessons, small group accountability and feedback sessions that give you focused, personalized mentorship. So If you're seriously ready to supercharge you career in production music, then head over to 52cues.com/mastermind22 and sign up today! Registration ends September 29, and seats are limited!Support the show

Giants Wire Podcast
Kadarius Toney's buy-in should not be 'voluntary'

Giants Wire Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 29:57


The guys react to the latest Brian Dabol and Joe Schoen media availabilities. Topics include Kadarius Toney's continued absence from the team's offseason program, and are the Giants really preparing to move Andrew Thomas to right tackle? Hosted by Ryan O'Leary (@RyanO_Leary) with Giants Wire Managing Editor Dan Benton (@TheGiantsWire).

Zona GIGANTES
6x5 -TREVOR SIKKEMA PFF (Entrevista traducida en la descripción)

Zona GIGANTES

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 28:50


Otra entrevista TOP en el canal y esta vez es el experto de PFF Trevor Sikkema @tampabaytre donde nos hablara al detalle de cada posicion y cada opcion de giants con la optica PFF No te la pierdas! y acuérdate de darnos ese like! [00:00:01:15] ¿Cómo estás? [00:01:11:07] Estoy muy bien, gracias. Me encanta la introducción. Ha sido genial. El vídeo, la música. Ha sido genial. Estoy muy animado. Estoy muy emocionado. [00:01:19:03] Taylor, gracias por estar con nosotros. Sé que tienes muchas cosas que hacer ahora. El mes de abril está muy ocupado con el DRAFT Pero, ¿cómo te sientes con este DRAFT? ¿Qué [00:01:30:00] sensaciones tienes con esta clase ? ¿Este Daft 2022? [00:01:33:15] Siempre es un momento muy emocionante. Ya lo has mencionado. El mes de abril es muy ajetreado, sin duda. Es una época del año muy ajetreada. Pero esto es lo que nos gusta. Nos encanta el draft de la NFL. Nos encanta ver cómo estos prospectos se dirigen finalmente a los equipos y conseguir nuestras clasificaciones finales. Estoy muy emocionado por publicar mi simulacro final del draft dentro de un par de semanas, justo cuando salga el draft, que es algo que siempre espero escuchar de otras personas y lo que estos equipos podrían hacer y dónde podrían ir estos chicos [00:02:00:00]. Y luego, por supuesto, en última instancia, averiguar qué hogares tienen estos chicos y a dónde van y cómo mejoran los equipos. Así que no dormimos tanto estos días porque hay mucho trabajo que hacer, pero es muy divertido. Te tiene que encantar. [00:02:14:08] Impresionante. Si. Sigo en ti desde que trabajas para la red del draft, conoces has hecho un trabajo increíble con todos los sitios web en los que trabajabas antes, pero empiezas tu carrera en la Universidad de Florida sabes por los indicadores que estudiaste allí pero [00:02:30:00] como llega llegas al proceso del draft a trabajar como un insider para los backs también pero como llega un amor por el fútbol y todo el proceso del draft. [00:02:43:03] Sí. Así que, en realidad, todo mi proceso de entrar en la industria del periodismo del draft de fútbol americano empezó en, en la Universidad de Florida, como has mencionado allí. Y siempre me ha gustado mucho el draft cuando estaba en el instituto, a mí y a un par de amigos míos nos encanta el draft. Seguimos [00:03:00:00] el draft. Nos gustaban mucho los videojuegos, así que jugábamos al Madden todo el tiempo y pasábamos por las franquicias y mejorábamos y pasábamos por el draft y todo eso realmente nos hacía pensar. Y ya sabes, mientras iba a la escuela y a la facultad de periodismo, e incluso cuando salí a hacer algunos trabajos por cuenta propia para otras empresas antes de conseguir un trabajo a tiempo completo, seguí escribiendo y me aseguré de que siempre escribía cosas que me apasionaban, que me gustaban. Y para mí, eso resultó ser el DRAFT. Y eso es algo [00:03:30:00] que, entre que me gradué en la universidad y me metí en la industria a tiempo completo, es algo que me mantenía en marcha, me mantenía con ganas de mejorar en ello, es que escribía informes de ojeo y simulacros de draft y cosas así, y simplemente sentía una gran pasión por ello. Y, ya sabes, soy tan afortunada de haber podido trabajar en Pewter Report cubriendo a los Tampa Bay Buccaneers, y luego en la red del draft, llegando a cubrir el draft para ganarme la vida, lo cual es un sueño hecho realidad. [00:03:59:18] Y ahora [00:04:00:00] llegar a hacer lo mismo para PFF y hacerlo en una gran empresa con gente tan estupenda. Así que, sinceramente, todo surgió de mi amor por el draft, de mi deseo de escribir sobre él, de mi deseo de opinar sobre él. Y eso siempre me impulsó a ser cada vez mejor. Creé mi propio sitio web cuando estaba en la universidad, sólo para el draft de la NFL, llamado Road to Radio City, que trataba sobre los posibles jugadores y dónde podrían ir y cosas por el estilo. Así que esto ha sido algo que he estado haciendo durante más de una [00:04:30:00] década por mi cuenta, y sólo lo he estado haciendo a tiempo completo como trabajo durante unos cinco años. Pero llevo mucho más tiempo preocupándome por el borrador y escribiendo sobre el borrador. Así que es muy, muy guay y me siento muy afortunado de poder ganarme la vida con ello. [00:04:44:18] Eso es impresionante, y lo haces muy bien. Trevor Somos grandes fans tuyos. Trevor ¿Seguiste a los Gators de Florida en el estadio? ¿Empezaste allí a ver a los primeros jugadores y su mayo europeo o quizás fue el primer momento en que empiezas a [00:05:00:00] ver que te gusta ojear jugadores? [00:05:02:17] Es bastante curioso, yo, yo no era fan de los Gator de Florida cuando Urban Meyer estaba allí, cuando eran realmente buenos. Ninguno de mis padres fue a la universidad, así que fui el primero de mi familia en graduarse en la universidad, lo cual es bastante genial. Pero no éramos grandes aficionados al fútbol universitario. Mi madre no era aficionada a la universidad y mi padre no tenía un título universitario. Así que veíamos principalmente el fútbol de la NFL. Y la forma en que me metí en el draft es que soy de [00:05:30:00] Florida, justo al sur de Tampa, y por eso veía a los Tampa Bay Buccaneers y después de la temporada 2002, cuando ganaron la Super Bowl. Se pusieron muy mal después de eso. Así que muchas veces lo único que teníamos que esperar como aficionados era que el OC se presentara en el draft. ¿A quién podríamos elegir? ¿Quién podría salvar la franquicia? [00:05:49:18] Y así ese tuvimos a Martin Gramatica en el canal. [00:05:52:18] En realidad, lo hicieron absolutamente y es una leyenda absoluta. Es increíble. Y por eso a todos nos encanta. A todos nos encanta. Martin [00:06:00:00] trajo un aire fresco allí en la Bahía de Tampa, sin duda. Pero, sinceramente, así es como empezó, tío. Es que los bucs estaban muy mal y no teníamos nada más que esperar que el draft. Así que podrías aprender sobre algunos de esos prospectos. [00:06:12:07] Así que entraban en el draft. De acuerdo. Tenemos muchos prospectos. Creo que pensando en este draft de 2022 es una de las clases más profundas de toda la posición. Pero para ti, Trevor, si eres los Gigantes de Nueva York con estos dos picks de los que estamos hablando antes del micro, [00:06:30:00] ¿cuál es tu posición que vas a ir primero diciendo que tienes cuatro picks delante, que quizás estos jugadores que quieres van a vivir. Pero si fueras Joe Schoen, Trevor, cuál es la posición en la que iréis más allá a reforzar en este draft? [00:06:48:01] Creo que cuando miras a quién podrían elegir el cinco y el siete porque no es muy diferente. Sí, es cierto. A veces los equipos tienen selecciones muy tempranas y luego una selección muy tardía, como los Detroit Lions tienen una selección en el número [00:07:00:00] dos y luego en el 32. Eso es obviamente muy diferente. Estás hablando de algo diferente. Supongo que en las posiciones y el talento y cosas así. Para los Gigantes, es más o menos lo mismo. La conversación va a ser la misma. Creo que el tackle ofensivo va a ser muy fuerte para ellos. En una de esas selecciones, el edge va a ser muy fuerte para ellos. Van a tener la oportunidad de coger probablemente el mejor cornerback del draft si lo desean. En uno de esos puntos, yo personalmente, en el número cinco, probablemente me inclinaría por un corredor de borde porque uno de esos tipos va a poder conseguir un jugador de impacto realmente bueno. Probablemente no van a conseguir a Aidan Hutchinson de Michigan. Probablemente será el número uno de la lista. Pero cualquiera de Kayvon Thibodeaux, Treyvon Walker, Jermaine Johnson, cualquiera de esos chicos creo que podría estar disponible en el número cinco. [00:07:48:26] Y luego, si todavía quieren ir a las trincheras, podrían ir al tackle ofensivo de NC State, Charles Cross, el tackle ofensivo de Mississippi State o Evan Neal de Alabama. [00:08:00:00] Creo que habrá alguna combinación de uno de esos tipos de cualquiera de esas dos posiciones que podría estar disponible para ellos en el número cinco y en el número siete. Estuve junto a Joe Schoen en su rueda de prensa en la concentración, y habló de la física en las trincheras y de la construcción a través de las trincheras y de esos jugadores más grandes. Así que probablemente me inclinaría por el Edge en el número cinco, a menos que sepan que realmente quieren ir a por un tackle ofensivo y un Edge, porque Carolina [00:08:30:00] probablemente no elija un corredor de borde en el número seis, probablemente elija un tackle ofensivo. Así que tal vez quieran robar un tackle ofensivo justo delante de Carolina en el número cinco y luego ir con un edge rusher en el número siete. Pero uno de esos dos, creo, es el que yo elegiría con su mejor elección en el número cinco. [00:08:46:04] Así que Trevor, ¿cuál es para ti el mejor complemento para esto como es Ojulari que vimos, que fue una goma el año pasado en la segunda ronda jugó increíble el primer año también con la defensa de Wink Martindale [00:09:00:00] para ti cuál es el ajuste perfecto en el otro borde? Hablas de buenos bordes como el Presidente Johnson, como Thibodeau, como el mismo, que es probablemente el número uno, como has dicho. Pero para ti, ¿cuál es el complemento perfecto en el en el borde para Ojulari en el otro lado del borde de los Gigantes? [00:09:18:10] Bueno, creo que es una gran pregunta. Creo que el propio Thibodeaux es el jugador con más talento. Y por eso creo que aunque Thibodeaux es más un tipo de velocidad [00:09:30:00] de la misma manera que Ojulari es un tipo de velocidad, creo que tiene demasiado talento como para decir una pequeña preferencia. No lo querríamos por encima de otro tipo. Así que sigo pensando que Thibodeaux debería ser su mejor corredor de borde general, aunque tenga un perfil de velocidad similar al de Ojulari. Creo que Ojulari se inclina un poco más hacia la velocidad que Thibodeau es un tipo polivalente, pero si quisieran ser un poco diferentes, como Wink Martindale al entrar, podría hacer las cosas de otra manera. Podría tener a un corredor de velocidad en Ojulari [00:10:00:00] en un lado, que es más un linebacker exterior de pie, y luego más un corredor de borde de cinco tecnologías de mano dura en la tierra en el otro lado, si quiere eso, oh, es difícil ir en contra de Jermaine Johnson. Es decir, su cinta era fantástica en Florida State como tipo que jugaba muy bien con la mano en la tierra. Es muy fuerte en la línea de golpeo, muy fuerte, defiende en la carrera. Tiene manos grandes y poderosas. Y, como vimos en la Senior Bowl de Mobile, Alabama, en enero, cuando le dejas ser un corredor de pases, lo que parece [00:10:30:00] que Florida State no hizo mucho, puede brillar para ti. También puede jugar muy bien en ese aspecto. Así que, en términos de ajuste, me encantaría la idea de Jermaine Johnson, pero no dejes que la división de los pelos te impida elegir a un Kayvon Thibodeaux con más talento. Creo que esa es la forma en que lo vería para los Gigantes. [00:10:48:11] Sí. Vamos a ver qué va a caer al número cinco, porque tenemos cuatro picks por delante. Pero será realmente interesante este draft, porque es muy profundo, como hemos hablado antes también en los tackles. Trevor [00:11:00:00] ¿qué crees que es lo mejor para 100 Thomas que tuvo dos años cuatro para desarrollarse un poco más porque en los dos primeros años fue un poco difícil para él en la NFL. Pero crees que si elegimos a Emmanuel o elegimos a un esquinero, crees que tenemos que mover a Tom Thomas a la derecha o el que viene a la NFL, el nuevo que viene tiene que estar en este lado derecho de la línea O de los Gigantes. [00:11:27:17] Bueno, creo que ya sabes, creo que los Giants [00:11:30:00] están en una buena situación con el tackle ofensivo si quieren elegir a uno de esos tres tipos principales porque tienes a Andrew Thomas como tackle izquierdo allí. Y si eliges a un tipo como Ikey Sanu o Evan Neal, ya han jugado como tackle derecho, así que lo tienen grabado. Al principio de sus carreras, jugaron en el puesto de tackle derecho. Así que ya tienen eso como prueba de que saben hacerlo, de que han pasado algún tiempo en él. El tackle derecho Charles Cross es el único de los tres que no tiene esa experiencia en cinta [00:12:00:00] en el puesto de tackle derecho, pero estuvo haciendo diferentes ejercicios como tackle derecho durante el proceso del draft. Es cuando ha estado trabajando con los equipos de la NFL. También lo hizo en su día profesional. Así que sabe muy bien que eso también podría estar en las cartas para él. En lo que respecta a los Giants, creo que los tres podrían encajar muy bien en ellos. Sé que a los Gigantes también les gusta bastante Charles Cross después de hablar con Pat Leonard al respecto. [00:12:21:15] Así que creo que todos encajarían. Sólo depende de lo que quieran que sea su ataque. ¿Quieren ser más [00:12:30:00] un equipo que corra, que se enfrente a la tierra y a los golpes? ¿Porque eso es lo que hacen? Yo te diría que quieres ir con la igualdad o incluso arrodillarte porque esos chicos son muy fuertes. Son tan buenos modeladores en el juego de carrera. Pero si quieren repartir las cosas un poco más, si Brian Daboll, el entrenador jefe de allí, quiere tener más receptores en el campo, más delgados a lo largo de las trincheras y más repartidos en el campo, tal vez vayas con un tipo como Charles Cross, que jugó en ese sistema pesado de pases air raid con [00:13:00:00] Mike Leach en Mississippi State. Así que creo que las tres opciones podrían ser estupendas para ellos. Creo que este draft les viene muy, muy bien a los Gigantes de Nueva York, ya que pueden conseguir un jugador que les va a gustar mucho, independientemente del estilo en el que quieran construir y de cómo quieran mejorar. : [00:13:15:15] Sí, eso es cierto. En ese lugar, siempre tienes un jugador que te gusta en el caso, Trevor, de que los Giants hagan un trade down como el año pasado cuando elegimos a un chico. Tony precisamente un jugador de tus caimanes [00:13:30:00] cuando empiezas, podemos hablar más tarde de Kadarius, pero con este trade down, ¿qué crees que tienen los Giants para ir más allá, otra posición, tal vez ir con un centro como Linder. Bowen sé que te gusta mucho. Linder. Bowen Nosotros. He visto en todos tus prospectos y en todos tus simulacros de draft un jugador al que das una muy buena valoración. Pero para ti, lo que tienen que hacer los Gigantes con ese trade down. [00:13:55:04] Sí, es decir, es interesante porque todo depende, obviamente, de dónde comercien hacia abajo, ¿verdad? Es decir, depende [00:14:00:00] de quién sea su socio. Pero lo que se dice ahora es que los Santos de Nueva Orleans negociaron con las Águilas de Filadelfia para conseguir la elección número 16 y 19, y lo hicieron para poder ascender. Y si quieren subir bastante en el draft, me han dicho que su objetivo es uno de esos tres mejores tackles ofensivos de los que acabamos de hablar o quizá un quarterback. Tienen que acercarse al número cinco si quieren una de esas opciones. Así que existe una posibilidad realista de que los Saints ofrezcan los números 16 y 19 a los Giants por el número cinco. Eso significa que elegirían tres veces. Y si eligen un poco más tarde, creo que la línea ofensiva interior podría entrar en juego. Creo que Leonard Bohm tiene sentido para ellos. Y luego la esquina es la otra posición. No hemos hablado de ello como opciones en el cinco y el siete, pero creo que también les gusta mucho Source Garner, el cornerback de Cincinnati. Así que creo que podría estar en el tablero para ellos. Si se mueven hacia abajo hasta el 16 o el 19 o incluso en algún lugar dentro de ese rango, no importa dónde estén los esquineros que podrían estar en el tablero. A Trent McDuffie [00:15:00:00] Si te parece bien un esquinero más pequeño, pero creo que podrían optar por la mayor longitud de un tipo como un Andrew Booth, un chi year. Elam Uno de esos dos chicos creo que probablemente sería de su gusto un poco más, especialmente hablando de cómo ya tienen a Dorie Jackson y Darnay Holmes, que son esquinas más pequeñas y rápidas que sólo te gustan que es una especie de jugador híbrido de esquina de seguridad. Así que creo que probablemente se decantarían por un tipo más largo, como un Andrew Booth o Kyrie Elam, si se centraran en un esquinero en un intercambio perfecto. [00:15:29:18] En los dos [00:15:30:00] años consecutivos, los Gigantes hacen un robo en la segunda ronda con Ojulari con McKinney en el segundo día. Trevor ¿Cuál es el jugador que crees que los Gigantes pueden apuntar en esta segunda ronda y que podría ser un robo para ti en tu opinión, en tu tablero del draft? [00:15:45:24] Sí, creo que harían bien en buscar un edge rusher porque el grupo de Edge Rusher es más profundo este año de lo que normalmente es. Normalmente, cuando se habla de conseguir un buen edge rusher que mencionas, los Giants definitivamente consiguieron un robo con Ojulari en la segunda ronda. Eso no ocurre [00:16:00:00] a menudo. Y creo que hay una posibilidad de que si miran la parte superior del draft, digamos que no cambian hacia abajo y sólo están con el cinco y el siete, digamos que van a icky a o digamos que van. Evan Neal en el número cinco y la fuente Garner la esquina en el número siete. Entonces, en la parte superior de la segunda ronda, podrían conseguir a alguien como B.J. Maffei, el edge rusher de Minnesota, Arnold Picard, el edge rusher de Penn State. Si quieren otro pasador más pequeño [00:16:30:00], sé que Nick Benito está, está subiendo con un buen bombo. Kingsley Enock, Barry Magic. Sanders Y por eso estoy nombrando ahora a un montón de chicos que podrían ser opciones para ellos. Camp Thomas, de San Diego State, es más o menos lo mismo. Son un montón de edge rushers que podrían tener la oportunidad de elegir. Así que si Joe Shane está construyendo esta estrategia de reclutamiento general, quizás piense que podría conseguir un buen corredor de borde en algún lugar de la segunda ronda y así reunir una clase completa. Y así [00:17:00:00] es probablemente donde yo diría que esa posición destaca más. Para mí como una que podría ser impactante. Una para los Gigantes, como la que consiguieron hace un año en Ojulari. Rubén 🗽 NY, [09/04/2022 16:48] [00:17:11:11] Absolutamente terrible. Además, en la posición de tight end los Giants tuvieron la salida de Ingram. Además, Rudolph también estuvo muy bien. Creo que es una clase de titanes realmente interesante. Pero Trevor, para ti, ¿qué crees que los Gigantes tienen como objetivo la posición de tight end en segunda, tercera ronda? [00:17:30:00] ¿Qué es para ti? ¿El ajuste perfecto para el gran azul? [00:17:34:05] Sí. Es decir, ya sabes, los tipos de la parte superior que me encantaría ver con los Giants, ya sabes, tipos como Greg Olczyk o Trey McBride o Isaiah como Lee Jeremy Rucker o cualquiera de esos tipos, creo que podrían ser incorporaciones realmente buenas para ellos. Ahora bien, ¿creo que alguno de esos chicos es un verdadero tight end? Tal vez no, pero creo que McBride y Jeremy Rucker hacen un montón de cosas buenas para ti como extremos estrechos polivalentes con los que puedes jugar en la línea de golpeo, y que puedes flexionar hacia fuera en [00:18:00:00] la ranura también. Hacen muchas cosas así. Si quieres más bien un tipo de recepción pura, es probable que Isaiah o Goal. Esos serán probablemente tu taza de té, si quieres. Así que creo que la clase de tight end, obviamente, está recibiendo una mala reputación ahora mismo. La gente dice que no es una gran clase de ala cerrada. Y estoy de acuerdo. Ciertamente, cuando se sale de un año en el que un tipo como Kyle Pitts está ahí o, ya sabes, hace años en la clase de Evan Ingram, cuando vimos a Ingram y David Njoku y O.J. Howard estar todos en la primera ronda, no es esa clase de tight end, pero [00:18:30:00] va a haber piezas realmente buenas de tight end para que los equipos las elijan. Y para los Giants, de nuevo, es casi lo mismo que la línea ofensiva. ¿Cómo quieren construirla ahora? Creo que sólo por escuchar a Joe Shane, probablemente querrá un poco más de físico en el tight end. Así que yo me inclinaría por tipos como Trey McBride, Jeremy Rucker, dependiendo de si se da con ese punto dulce, tomándolos en algún lugar de la tercera ronda, quizá en la cuarta. Pero creo que alrededor de esas rondas medias, ése es probablemente el punto dulce para los Gigantes si quieren añadir un tight end. [00:19:00:00] [00:19:00:03] ¿Crees que Trey Mcbride puede llegar a la tercera ronda? [00:19:03:04] Yo, yo creo que hay una posibilidad. Sabes, me gusta mucho McBride. Creo que es muy bueno. Pero, ya sabes, hay algunas personas a las que he oído en la NFL que dicen, como, sí, como que es bueno, como que está bien. Y para mí, si dices eso sobre un tight end, quizá sea a finales de la segunda ronda, principios de la tercera, donde pensamos que podría salir del tablero. Tal vez me sorprenda. A lo grande. Y se va a principios de la segunda ronda porque creo que eso sería realmente genial para él, porque además es un gran tipo. He podido sentarme y entrevistarle [00:19:30:00] y hablar con él y es agradable. Es un gran joven. Así que me encantaría que saliera pronto, en la segunda ronda. No parece que haya tanta expectación por la clase de tight end. Pero ya veremos. [00:19:40:13] Vale. También, bueno, hemos hablado antes de Kadarius Toney, ya sabes, bien, muy bien él porque estaba jugando para los Gators. Pero ves, tal vez el segundo año después de todos estos años de experiencia con los Gigantes, tuvo un poco de problemas de lesiones y no tuvo un primer año correctamente. Pero ves tal vez [00:20:00:00] la capacidad y en la ofensiva de Mike Kafka utilizando adecuadamente a Kadarius y siendo una pieza importante para este New York Giants. [00:20:08:13] Creo que va a ser un arma ofensiva fantástica para ellos. Y mientras Kadarius Toney esté sano, es uno de los mejores atletas en cualquier campo de fútbol americano en el que esté. Es simplemente único. Y sé que los fans de los Giants lo saben bien. Ya sabes, después de aquel partido de 200 yardas contra los Cowboys o lo que fuera, en el que a veces parecía invencible. Y eso es lo que puedes conseguir de él. Ese es el tipo de jugador [00:20:30:00] que ejecuta esas extrañas y locas rutas y retuerce su cuerpo tan rápidamente que casi piensas que no es posible. Y, ya sabes, sabía que iba a ser una curva de aprendizaje para él al entrar en la NFL, porque creo que en la universidad, no es que no trabajara en su arte como receptor, sino que le dijeron que saliera y fuera un atleta mejor que los demás. Por eso no se le dio tanta importancia en la ofensiva como al principio de su carrera. Así que sabía que eso iba a ser un poco de trabajo en progreso. Pero hemos visto [00:21:00:00] a Brian Daboll ser creativo con los atletas antes de lo que tenía en Buffalo. Espero que esa sea la misma mentalidad con lo que tienen con Kadarius Toney. Así que, mientras se mantenga sano, creo que puede ser un gran desajuste para casi cualquier equipo de la NFL por lo singular de su atletismo. Es muy divertido de ver. [00:21:18:16] Sí, recuerdo que el año pasado P.F. hablaba muy bien de él. Era el jugador más dinámico. No, creo que Mike Reynolds dijo eso. No sobre él. [00:21:28:07] Sí. No, lo dijo él. Lo dijo. Y [00:21:30:00] sé que Mike era un gran fan. Y cualquiera que viera lo mejor de Kadarius Toney, por así decirlo, sabía que este tipo podía ser algo especial. Así que espero que lo mejor esté delante de él, seguro. [00:21:41:18] Entonces, si eres Joe Shane, ¿no vas a ir a por un receptor abierto? No. En este draft, probablemente. [00:21:48:15] No, ciertamente no en el cinco o en el siete. No. Y, ya sabes, he dicho esto en un par de programas en los que voy que cualquier equipo de cualquier año podría estar [00:22:00:00] en la línea de elegir a un receptor abierto sólo porque, especialmente, si lo estás repartiendo un poco más. Si quieres ir más a conjuntos de tres receptores anchos para conjuntos de receptores anchos, cuanto mejores receptores anchos tengas, más efectivo vas a poder hacerlo. Así que sí, creo que cuando miras la tabla de profundidad de los Giants y los receptores que tienen ahora, tienen a Kenny Golladay, tienen a Kadarius Toney, todavía tienen a Sterling Shepard, todavía tienen a Darius Slayton. Me sorprendería que utilizaran una selección temprana. Así que yo diría que una elección entre las 50 primeras en un receptor. [00:22:30:00] Pero quién sabe, tal vez en las rondas intermedias, si les cae un chico que realmente les gusta y que creen que pueden preparar y tal vez tener como, como titular un día, apretarán el gatillo porque creo que muchos equipos están en esa situación. [00:22:40:25] Por supuesto. Entonces, Trevor, ¿irás a Las Vegas para cubrir el draft? [00:22:45:25] No, en realidad, estaremos en estaremos en Cincinnati, Ohio. Esa es la sede de FS. Allí es donde están nuestros estudios. Así que haremos nuestro programa en directo los tres días y el cuarto día también será en directo el domingo. Así que recapitulando todo. [00:23:00:00] Así que ahí es donde estaré para ello. [00:23:01:29] Perfecto. Así que te seguiremos muy de cerca. Trevor. Trevor, sabemos que no tienes mucho tiempo, y es una bendición que pases por aquí esta noche. Gigantes para todos los fans españoles e hispanos. Y muchas gracias, tío. Ha sido un placer. [00:23:17:02] Os agradezco mucho que me tengáis en el programa. Aprecio a todos los que escuchan tu programa, a los que se interesan por el fútbol y todo lo demás. Me ayuda. Obviamente. Me encanta, tío. Me encanta cuando un montón de gente diferente de [00:23:30:00] un montón de orígenes diferentes reciben el amor y la atención y se centran en el juego del fútbol también. Me encanta escuchar esas cosas. Así que cuando me pedisteis que viniera, fue una obviedad. Te agradezco que me hayas dedicado tiempo. [00:23:38:22] Algunas palabras en español porque eres de Florida. [00:23:41:08] Oh, tío. Verás, yo. Soy malo en esto porque como sé sé cómo decir, como, holla, soy Buenos Díaz y como, todo sé cómo decir todas esas cosas. Pero es curioso porque mi padre tenía un negocio de jardinería cuando yo era mayor. Y entonces durante los veranos trabajaba para la empresa de jardinería y todo eso. [00:24:00:00] Y muchos de los chicos que formaban parte de mi equipo sólo hablaban español y yo debería haber aprendido mejor el español, pero ha pasado tanto tiempo desde entonces que puede que lo haya perdido un poco, así que puede que tenga que repasarlo. [00:24:10:20] Así que muchas gracias. Muchas gracias. Y la mejor de las suertes para tu carrera en BFA. Y espero que hayas cubierto un borrador increíble para todos vosotros. [00:24:19:24] Te lo agradezco. Muchas gracias por recibirme. [00:24:22:08] Adiós. SUSCRÍBETE A TU CANAL DE GIANTS EN ESPAÑOL!!! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9MU... 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Cookies for Breakfast
Whitney Houston vs. Jamie Foxx Ft. Drew and Maria

Cookies for Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 51:10


Episode 94 babies! We have two guests today Andrew Thomas @drewdreaming215 and Maria to discuss movie villains, how comedy has impacted sex and the big battle of talent between Whitney Houston and Jamie Foxx. Love yall! www.patreon.com/spark-tabor --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/spark-tabor/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/spark-tabor/support

Talkin’ Giants
415 | 2021 OL Review + Combine Wrap-Up

Talkin’ Giants

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 61:01


Bobby and Justin talk about some standouts and storylines stemming from the NFL Combine including what to do at 5 & 7 thoughts, addressing the O-Line and Malik Willis talk as well. Then they move to review the disaster that was the Giants O-Line from 2021. It's good Andrew Thomas talk and nothing good after that! This episode was presented by SeatGeek Use code GIANTS for $20 off your first SeatGeek order: https://seatgeek.onelink.me/RrnK/GIANTS Get in on the action with DraftKings Sportsbook and use promo code JOMBOY when signing up so they know we sent you! https://dkng.co/jomboy If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXTSTEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700(CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visithttp://ccpg.org/chat(CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP(7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visitOPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA).21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OR/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. New customers only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.