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Stephenson's OT goal gives Golden Knights 3-2 win over Stars, lead 2-0 in West final
"Chandler Stephenson scored early in overtime to give the golden knights a three to two win over the stars and a two zero series lead. It doesn't really hit me yet that it happened, but yeah, it's cool and it's just obviously to go to up to nothing. You know, it was important for a group. The knights were able to tie the score in the final minute of regulation on a goal by Jonathan Marshall, Aidan hill made 26 saves in the Vegas nets, Jake Avengers stopped 21 shots for the stars who were now in foreign overtime games this postseason. I am Mark Myers
Leadership and Loyalty
"aidan" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty
"If you're a smart person, maybe you just need to twist your ankle a little bit. And maybe that twisting of the ankle is a psychological twist. It's a, it's a realization of a discussion with somebody in the work environment. You realize this is not the place for me. How much pain do you need? So we talked about the importance of pain. We talked about how the brain gets stupid under stress, under stress, we become 27% not as bright. The blood flow to the prefrontal cortex of the brain is cut off. And whether that's as an individual, whether that's as a collective, there's an organization, we're not going to do particularly well. And that we need to constantly reinvent reinvent ourselves Aidan talks about the need to build capabilities before you need them. And we talked about what reinvention really is. And yes, there's this idea of being the Phoenix of willingly walks into the fire in order to transform itself. But, you know, 8 and laid out a beautiful message for I'm sure you've heard a million times before, which is the caterpillar to the butterfly, but in a way that you probably never thought about it before. In a way that if you didn't hear it, if you missed part one of the show, go back, there's a ton of great value in there. And particularly in understanding this process of what genuine transformation actually is, but more important how you are going to face your internal and external resistance to the changes that need to take place. So we're going to jump back in here, I'm going to talk more with Eden about his book in disruptive. And in order to do that, let's come to this place of. You to listen to the viewer in an environment, you know, maybe that's where you're working, you're an environment where there is a resistance to change, you know you've got to change yet your position seems pretty safe. I don't know there's such a thing anymore, but your position seems pretty safe, but you can see that the organization is a little rigid. It's not moving as fast as it should. It's not getting ahead of that curve. It's not building the capabilities before it needs it. What do you do? Guide us. What does that person do? They can feel the impetus, but they can see that they're in an environment where that's being ignored. What would you say to that C suite leader? So firstly, the question comes, can you make the change as in the oftentimes a lot of leadership C suite so that the executive team of an organization knows does it change needed, but it gets blocked further than the organization. So middle management play a huge role because they allocate resources. So they can nod to you and go, yeah, sure, that's a great idea. But then they can actually block it both by what they do and more importantly what they don't do. We often miss that. And C suite exact think things are happening. They don't happen. A great case study of this comes from a company called sana site and the late great Christians in talked about this where he is the father of this term disruptive innovation disruptive technology, et cetera. And he talked about sonic site which were this company and this was close to my heart of from the ruby days was they created ultrasound. So the whole idea of being able to scan a player and look and see if there's any tears inside the muscles. And in the previous sized version of their machines were huge. So they were the size of a big TV, a big 42 inch screen TV. And the CEO said we need to cannibalize ourselves here because somebody else is going to do it. So we introduced this smaller one which was about the size of a laptop. Now, he could not understand why, when he told customers about this, they were all so excited. They were like, that means it's brilliant. It's portable. It's a small wall. I can bring it everywhere. But it wasn't selling. So we asked one of the sales teams top sales guys. Can I come out on the sales call with you? He sat there. And he watched the guy doing his magic one of the top sales guys. And he saw that the guy would not take out the new product. And he said, he interrupted him in front of the client and said, show him the new product. And the guy ignores him. He does it again. The second time the guy ignores him. And he wasn't being disrespectful to his boss, but the boss asked him after he's like, what? Why didn't you show him the new product? And he's like, oh, what's my, what's my job for the company? And he's like, to make money. And he goes, I got to sell 5 of those. And or one of those. It's way easier to sell one. I'm doing my job. And what it shows is the guy was putting his resources. He was allocating resources towards what he thought was best for the company. So there was a communication error. The C suite. We're saying one thing, but all the rewards and recognition and remuneration were pointed towards different things. And that stands so many companies. They get mixed in the middle there and they miss actually what is their incentive saying to people versus what we're saying about disruption and change. So that's somewhere that many, many people get caught out. The other one then, just to say, if you don't have the leadership team on board, you're really up against it, because if the head like the caterpillar's head doesn't change, then the organization doesn't change. And it's very, very difficult to change it from the bottom or from the middle.
Leadership and Loyalty
"aidan" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty
"What I discovered really and this is where ego comes into it. And I know you look a lot inside the person to kind of peel away what's on the outside. Where I wasn't known for anything, really. And once you start getting known for something and it was like start people start to pay attention to me when I was a sports player. And the higher rope I went, the more people paid attention to me. So you can become addicted to that, and that's really dangerous. I think that's one of the things guys have a lot of difficulty in letting go of, or really dove the most amazing one that happened to me because I do a lot of exact coaching and I look in the mirror myself as well, a lot. And what I noticed because I have kids now was that, and this dawned on me during the COVID pandemic was that I spent so much I do really try to focus on them and give them as much time when they want me around because they're like grow without pretty quickly and that's part of the job as well to let them go and get them to a period of time. But I realized during my own period of growth as a kid. I never got that partner back from my own parents. You did grace. Well done. And I went ah, that's why I keep looking for this next thing and keep getting driven and you're constantly looking for that part in the back and it didn't come and all those things put into the mixing bowl became the recipe for this. And that was a really useful exercise because it stopped me looking for parts on the back for things. I was just going to just get on it and get on with it and do it for yourself. From a psychological point of view, the human beings, we need validations, it doesn't matter who you are. You need validation. And you suddenly find that in an environment IE sports. But I still don't know, you're still running around it, and I'm still going to get nailed it to it. What's the catalyst? What is the pain that makes you realize? Is it the moment of standing on the sidelines and watching your mates go off and like going, oh my God, I'm isolated. I'm separated. I'm not part of the gang or was it someone else that got you to that? It's probably a bit of both where I'm actually, you are getting to the source here, I suppose. And I haven't been asked this before. And great question. Thank you. I should be paying you, man for this. But I'll send you a bill later. The idea that you were the last picked and all that can be hurtful. Of course. And some people listening will be, I've been that person. And it's almost like you're invisible. And now all of a sudden, you're visible, but not only are you visible, people are seeking you out. And that reversal is kind of like, aha, and now I'm somebody. Which is all ego, you see. So I realized that, but it was painful. Yeah, I think it's really important to recognize that pain is a great catalyst. I mean, we're all going to avoid it. And it brings us into your book. We're all going to avoid pain, but it is the greatest catalyst for change, no real change, no real innovation takes place in a bull market. We're on the brink of a recession as we record this. And everybody's a bit, you know, everybody's shrink is a bit tight and they're always panicking a little bit. And this is when innovation will take place. We got to remove one photo of the workforce. We better get innovative for we're going to die. Whereas it's fine. It's not so bad. All that is when we're in a boom. So I think it's understanding the value of that pain is so important. And that brings us to your book. Which I think is an important book on disruption because these things, as I spoke about in the introduction, disrupt us, whether it's economies, whether it's recessions, whether it's political power, whether it's the threat of some multinational taking over or whatever it might be or your competitor suddenly is done in Aidan McCullough and the come out of nowhere and suddenly is like, oh my God, everybody's paying attention to my competitor. And that's all of that is paint. And it's fine to understand that it's pain, but how do you manage it is what your book is about because you're asking people to get ahead of that. So torch was about why undisrupted, why is that the title? Yeah, so firstly, you've sent me up nicely with the context that the waves have changed never stop. And we hear this. This is a constant in life, but they are getting faster because the life cycle of companies is getting shorter. The lifespan of companies and therefore the people who work in those companies, the lifespan of their careers are getting shorter. We're going to need more on ramps and off ramps from education to the workforce, et cetera. And oftentimes like I was saying at the end of my career, when the rug is pulled from under your face, you want to have another rogue, even a little bit of a rogue there in place. So you're not totally caught off guard. So you got to always be on top of your game, particularly because of this, these changing they're changing times were in. And when you, I think it's really important point to grasp for everyone. Is that when you're in a moment of crisis? Your brain changes. So we know this from neuroscience that blood is diverted from your forebrain to your fists for fighting your feet for flight. You literally become less intelligent. So for anybody who's had those moments where you're going in to talk to your boss to ask for that raise or you're going to give somebody a piece of your mind and you forget loads of things, you go back to your desk 20, 30 minutes later, it all comes floating back and you're like, God damn it, I forgot to say XYZ.
Leadership and Loyalty
"aidan" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty
"Undisrupted Aidan McConnell. That's the best intro I've ever had, but I'm glad you received it from my mother. It's brilliant. Great to be with you, dove. We wanted you to feel like you're playing Wembley or somewhere, you know? Oh yeah, I'm on those were the days. How old were you when you, when you retired from rugby? So I totally finished when I was 33 and I was finished as a pro as a 31. Yeah. You were old. Probably old compared to guys these days. Although their lasting longer. They're usually very young, you know, and they have a short lifespan. They're going to try and do well in that short lifespan because it's so competitive. So you must have been bloody good to last that long. I don't know man, I hung in there, it took me a while to get onto the pitch in the first place, so once I was there, I was injured quite a lot as well. We got into all that later on, but it was a great experience. So let's start here. We talked about meaning the show and I, my whole work is about meaning and where we find meaning and how we sort of distill meaning for ourselves human beings and meaning driven machines. What is the origin story of what gives your life meaning? Well, I think you learned that as you go and it's constantly unfolding. And when I think back to how it makes sense to me, I think that's what really just makes sense. All the crappy things that happen, all the good things that happen and the way you connect the dots kind of makes sense. And when I look back, it's the idea of transformation and change, the way you introduce today's episode. Really, I love that. And I'm one of these people who are dopamine driven, always looking for change. And probably become kind of bored and uneasy and don't sit very easily when things are stagnant and not changing. And when I look back, that probably started as a kid because I wasn't a very successful athlete as a kid. I was always last picked, so I was constantly the kid they try and get onto the other team. So the other team would lose. So my first transformation was that into an athlete. So I was a late bloomer, I was around 15, 16, started to train really hard, started to focus on a vision for the future. And that really drove me that idea of purpose and meaning that gave me kind of feedback loop. And I was lucky in that in Ireland, unfortunately, a lot of young men discover alcohol, and not age, and I discovered this purpose and meaning in sport, and I really went for it. And really what happened, I'm not going to be totally honest here. I think a lot of good players fell aside and disappeared and I was last man standing. So I got into professional ruby. Mainly true actually college because I got an opportunity to play in France, and I speak French and German, and I identified a club that I had lost lots of players, and I approached them via an agent. I got there, and that was the start of this magnificent career journey that I had. And so that was my first transformation. And I'll fast forward then to the end. So at the end, the biggest transformation is from the player into the working world, and the real world, because so many people cling to the identity that they created, or as I say in the book, they become the Jersey. And I was injured quite a lot at the end. And that gave me a bit of pause to kind of go, I need to build new capabilities for the future here before I need them because by the time I made them, it's going to be too late. I want to get into that and break that down a bit as we move into the show. But let's go back a bit because I think we got to go back to the origin here. So you talked about being this non athlete last picked and then suddenly becoming an athlete. That's not something that happened. That's way too movie star stuff, right? Oh, woke up. You know, I believe it's my belief that most people's transformation comes from pain. There's some kind of like, oh, you know, I always say that I really don't care about your aha moments. Moments are ways for us to feel good about ourselves, but they don't actually change anything. What usually happens is an effort moment, which is I can't bear this anymore, something has to change. And that's actually the origin story of meaning. What was that for you? Was it that moment that transformed you from the last kid picked to wanting to train on? Or was it something else? So firstly, bravo, I think you're absolutely right. And I think the more you come through the pain, the bigger the transformation as well. So there's a correlation there. But for me, I think it was that if I go really right right back, I remember, I remember some specific instances where my friends were on the higher graded team. So when they started to stream teams and I was left on the lower and I was only there because to play with my friends. And they were over there on the other pitch and sometimes not even on the same grounds as me. That was difficult when you think back. So and then
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Aidan Johnston on the FBI Pressuring Americans to Give up Their Guns
"We've got somebody who is salmonella to getting that story out there. He is the director of federal affairs for an amazing organization every listener of this show should be a member of it is gun owners of America, Aiden Johnston, welcome back to America first. Thank you for having me back on. I appreciate it. So what happened here? What did the FBI do? This is I understand in the last few years between 2016 2019. Set up the story for us and walk us through it because it just sounds too outrageous to be true Aiden. It's outrageous, but it's absolutely true. The story I'm about to tell you is basically minority report. Back in 2019, gun owners of America found out that the FBI had a secret form whereby you could sign it and they would put you in the background check system, meaning you could not purchase a firearm legally, you could not possess a firearm legally at the federal level. So a did a freedom of information act requests, the FBI was unresponsive, and we've been suing the FBI for the past three years now to get more information. Basically, the FBI was going to people's homes was going up to American citizens and pressuring them into signing a form. This form said that you were mentally unfit to own a firearm under federal law. So that way you wouldn't be able to purchase one, you wouldn't be able to possess one or anything. And at the same time, you would have a doctor sign the form saying we're mentally fit to sign the form.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
What Will This Feeble FBI Do Next? Lord Conrad Black Weighs In
"Conrad, it seems this is every week that there's another. Disgusting, sullying detail, first it was the FBI agents demanding the cameras be switched off, keeping the attorneys outside of the building, then it was rifling through Melania Trump's wardrobe, and now raiding a 16 year old young boy's bedroom Conrad? Yeah, I agree with you. I think it just gets worse and worse. And meanwhile, the excuse for doing it becomes a fainter and feebler. All the time. I mean, they danced around for a while with the Niagara river of leaks with which the Justice Department now routinely operates and then is like this. And it all completely illegal as you know, and completely unprofessional. And the sort of thing, by the way, that in Canada create Britain, you'd be disbarred for. I mean, the lawyers responsible in the DoJ and the FBI's lawyers who were involved in this. But they stopped for, but 6 hours on the idea of the espionage act and abandoned that. We had the nuclear secrets and nonsense. And in the desperation and their amateurism, the spread out these documents on the ride on the floor, but the rooms of Mar-a-Lago as if that's how the former president had treated these things and then scattered them around. Which turned out to be empty folders, empty folders. Yeah, I mean, the whole thing is just crumbling. Other than in the, in the resistless and bigoted imaginations of the anti Trump media.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Steve Bannon: 'They're Gonna Have to Kill Me to Stop Me'
"Is clear. This is all part and parcel of criminalizing conservatives in the speech in Philadelphia is the nadir or the crossing of the Yoruba con in that criminalization. But the idea that Steve Bannon, who's if there was one issue outside of the navy, perhaps if there's one issue that was closest to your heart in the last 6 years, it was building the wall that somehow you would build Americans out of money to build the wall. We've never had a donut. What we did in LPs. People want to see what we did their videos up and watch the movie saraka. Sicario. Sicario. Sicario is a story seen with Emily bloom. It's a story of El Paso, Texas, and Juarez. That's when we built the first wall straight up that multi cartels trafficked all the people. Look, I am so proud of the work we did and we're building one. Quite frankly, the ironies today is that mayor Adams has a team at the border today to find out what the causes are because he's made New York a sanctuary city. We literally have thousands of these unauthorized aliens coming into the country by 4.9 million. He's taken them when Abbas are busting up there, but now they're all going to New York. He's putting up in hotels in New York, social services are going to collapse. So Adam was actually sent a delegation to the, to the board of the day. He should have gone to the wall, or he should have, as you remember, Seth, we took it all over the country, saying every weekend of the phrase, every town's a boulder town, every space of border state, we went to Detroit. We went to Cincinnati. We went to Arizona. We started telling people we did conferences at the wall of the town of what were we telling them that this situation unless we finish the wall is going to get out of control and in 2022, it's so out of control that even Eric Adams on the day I get hold into a court is Senate delegation down there to find out what's going on. Look, I'm never going to stop. They're going to have to kill me to stop me, okay?
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Steve Bannon Calls Sebastian to Share His Latest Updates From NY
"Out of being hauled into court on another spurious charge my former boss in The White House, the host of the war room. We have Steve Bannon with us straight from New York, Steve. Welcome back to America first. Thanks for having me on sep. Pretty active day and getting ready to head back to get to more rooms. So I bet you're going to be on it 5 15 when I thank you very much and look forward to that. Yeah, I'll be on a war room as usual this Thursday as I am on every Thursday and I appreciate you having me on with regularity now, Steve. But what is going on? Have the zombification of the police state in America. What have you been charged with this time? I thought you were cleared of it. Is this just the district of New York going crazy again? And Alvin Bragg, and obviously it's a dying gasp of a regime. You saw the demonic speech by Biden. 60 days, 60 days from election day to the day. Remember, the Sabbath you remember that in anybody because you were one of my college at breitbart, I stepped into the Trump campaign with 88 days ago in 2016, right? And we pulled off the greatest come from behind victory ever. The SDNY got me on these bogus charges with 90 days to go in 20 20 because they didn't want me back on the campaign, right? So they dropped these in 20 days ago. Today, I'm the only guy indicted in the same exact charges of a couple of years with 60 days to the day. Here's what they're afraid of. They're afraid of the apparatus we dealt with the boardroom and particularly the way it connects with who else is people. I mean, you know from coming on being a regular now the amount of feedback you get from the groceries just love absolutely love what you have to say because it's a grassroots show, whether it's the people taking
The Final Furlong Podcast
"aidan" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Just looked very freaky so some stuff pushed there. We always taught that he had that and I was there and we were absolutely shocked when he got beat first time and obviously but it just goes to show force time managing can happen with a horse you know. So for every day since he took all the steps like retard he would progress progress and today he wanted to try for the Heinz at the core we felt he was very impressive that was a step up turning 6 or 6 and a half or so or 6 in the base and he took that segment on his ear as well. So and then obviously he went down to the Heinz and we saw what he did that day. So very, very exciting really. He's a monster of a horse and just to briefly go back to meditate before moving on in. She's now four from four a royal ascot winner in the Albany that form has worked out very well. The step up obviously worked out really well. And she seems to be a very professional Philly. Yeah, very offhanded. A lot of natural, very pace. She's very relaxed as well. She cruises. She's very happy to be ridden very handy. And obviously the last day was a horse they overstep. So we were delighted with what she did and we felt that we had to go there over 7 before we went into a group on and there was a group too. So it was another step of the latter far. And we learned a lot about and we would like to share a little bit about. That, trip will be no problem for library is one who's entered in the May hill stakes at doncaster. Is she going to be going? Probably not, she would probably go to the Inca bell in laparoscopy on Saturday. She wanted to bring her last time, even though she will get much further than 7 if to come looks like it's going to be understood. So we might leave her have an extra one there and we can step up sometime after that. Ten abbreviation, our tenebrism, I'll get that pronunciation right someday in the leopard stone cool more America justify matron steaks, is that her intended target? Yes, yes, she's going very well. We're very happy with her since the last day she's progressed really well that strong. The mileage I think she just probably gets a milder, there's a chance that she will. The last issue is just a little bit slow way and she got caught out on the wing in their door villain. She maybe didn't get the culvert that you would like her to be getting for a fairly trying to get the trip. She was just a little bit exposed all the way around part of you just felt if you had a little bit more COVID may have been a different or a better source of results. We're very happy with how we're looking forward to her in that first time that she's quick and too fast and it's the mile is the team, but we think there's a good chance you could write another work and we couldn't be happier with a really. And you've got plenty of entries in the blandford stakes. The current modular plan for a race you've got a really good record in concert hall and history are probably the two who stand out. Yes, yeah, concert hall might be supplemented for the nature. And then history is possible to go there, or she could go to the Wehrmacht. So one or the other, I feel periton might run in Philly color only, that's one I made and only recently. So she could step up and put us as well. So a little bit up in the air race at the moment. And just two more to go in clown town, first of all, in the boomerang mild.
The Final Furlong Podcast
"aidan" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Maybe there's I actually quite like to horses, you might have covered the strongest Pokémon so far, but 14 xerac and in Al mansur, I think those two users have a lot of quality and we might hear a bit more of them and time test actually have a tricky couple of months, but he's coming good again now and remember his strongest book of crops are emerging over the next two or three seasons. So there's a lot of choice for breeders at the moment. Remember those names, by the way, particularly time tests with better progeny to come, but known and ever is fascinating for all that he's not going to give you a Darby winner. Yeah. Like much better progeny and also numbers, you know? So I can try and test it well with what he already covered. You know what I mean? So that's just my talk. And exciting time. If Aidan O'Brien's got 6 of the top ten in the 2000 Guinea bedding currently, Charlie Applebee's got four. He rounds off the ten. And noble style has a horse that you talked about before royal ascot as potentially the country winner. Like esophagus, he had a setback. He ended up going to new market and winning and I was blown away with him in the Jim crack. I was covering the race live for talks before too, was presenting for the week. And I love this. He was quite green, but he's not stopping once they hit the line, and he was much the best tourist in the gym crack. Yeah. He was different gravy. I mean, I thought he did, he made up a lot of ground very quickly. And I was a bit surprised with his head courage. He does it a little bit his own way. But I think he's an absolute machine. And I can't wait for him to meet some of the other sources later on. I think he's going to have to race kindly. He could be not the easiest right in the middle
AP News Radio
Strangers save a 2-year-old boy, whose parents died during the Highland Park shooting
"The parents of a two year old boy found alone at the July 4th parade shooting outside Chicago are among the 7 people killed Aidan McCarthy was found bloodied in a loan and wasn't reunited with his grandparents until Monday night authorities say his parents Kevin and Irene of both in their 30s were killed in the mass shooting Four of the others killed range in age from 63 to 88 and all were from highland park except for one visiting family from Mexico They include a lifelong member of a local synagogue a loving grandfather of financial adviser and a mother of two Go fund mes have been set up for victims including one for Aidan's family that has raised more than $2 million so far with donors leaving heartbreaking
"aidan" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"And he stuck it on the mirror, and his dad, when he kind of got done with it, his dad walked past and what he saw was, it was basically an incubation lab that Aidan Hutchinson had built for himself, and that's when Chris was like, oh, maybe this kid's actually going to will himself into this someday. Yeah, maybe this kid, his journaling is actually something that's very, very serious to him. That's exactly right. It's just, you know, step one is sort of having this idea for yourself and then step two is like, I'm doing it and this is how I'm gonna do it. And you know, it's really hard to get an 11 year old to focus on anything for more than, I don't know, 14 seconds. And so correct. The minute he saw a click into place of like a piece of paper that is carefully taped above my old Jersey. He was like, oh boy. Okay, we're doing this. Well, in terms of the doing of it, I mean, look, I understand that lots of kids have dreams, lots of kids say stuff. But the actual doing of the stuff, the fulfilling of the prophecy, Ryan, describe that path for Aidan Hutchinson as he goes to the level of really high level D one football recruit. I've never had the experience where I talk to a kid's high school coaches and they're just like, yeah, pretty unimpressed the first time. I sort of remember it. I think it was like this summer at the track. We had all these kids come in. He was a normal sized kid, pretty athletic, worked really hard, no questions about that. Very smart, but he was just kind of another kid. They were like, okay, he's going to be a good player. And maybe he walks on at a division one school someday. And even as a sophomore, he was 6 two, 200 pounds, which is a good sized kid, but not on a football field. That's kind of how every kid looks. Yeah, and that's not Big Ten caliber meat. No, it's totally like central Michigan walk on or something, right? But then, you know, there was some funny stories about he had a pretty significant growth spurt as a heading into his junior year. He blew up from around 6 two 200 to 6 6 two 30 or so. One of his coaches told a funny story where he walked past the classroom and Aiden didn't really fit behind the desk in the classroom. So they had lined up this chair beside the desk and he kind of like leaned over and did his work over top of the deck. He had to ride sidecar on his own desk. Yes. Yeah, that was the moment whenever the coach is there were like, oh, all of these positive things about him now, now he's built like a 6 6 230 pound 16 year old. That is a potential Big Ten player. And so he's playing defensive end from the start here, or what's he doing? He played a little bit of everything. I think the coach's early on in his career thought he was going to be a really good offensive lineman. And then, but he just, when he got to 6 6 two 30 with his foot skills and, I mean, here's comes the ballet part of it. He just was unstoppable as a defensive lineman. But his coaches kept saying he played like almost every position on the field. He was even like a good, like a good kicking leg. They wanted him to focus on defensive end, and that's kind of where the college recruiters saw him. And he emerged as a four star recruit with getting offers from all over the country. And it's worth pointing out here, the University of Michigan is his dad's Alma mater and also his mom's Alma mater, Ryan. So when does Ann Arbor enter the equation? Well, his coaches and his dad were like laughing because he took his he took visits to different places, including Ohio State. And the whole time they're like right into these campuses, and they're like, Aiden, I mean, we know you're gone to Michigan. Come on. What the heck? And his dad was like, you know, I want him to experience everything. This is his own call. His dad was really cool about that. Like, I don't.
"aidan" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"The smarter, easier way to get a haircut. It's not just any haircut. It's super cuts. When you try and write a profile of an athlete and I remember this from my own magazine writing days, you try and develop some sort of unifying comprehensive theory of the person. And it is NFL Draft season right now and you have the task of profiling and explaining to America Aidan Hutchinson. The guy that is projected to be the number one overall pick to the Jacksonville Jaguars next week. This defensive end, the star out of Michigan. But the way you went to structure your story here, it feels a little different. How do you wind up with the approach that you did? Well, for certain stories you realize halfway through the reporting, like maybe I should just get out of the way and let the stories unfold themselves. And so I noticed when I was interviewing people about Aidan Hutchinson, almost everybody had like three, four, 5 good anecdotes about him, and as I listened to these stories of Aidan Hutchinson, I realized that if you put just these single small stories together, they tell the big story of him. This is a guy who built himself into a top recruit, went to Michigan, his lifelong dream. Became a star at Michigan, and all American defensive lineman destroyed Ohio State to get Michigan to the college football playoff when their biggest game of the year and turn into a Heisman finalist as a senior. Four man rush. They still pressure Morris and Hutchinson takes him down. What a half for Aiden Hutchinson. And I guess if there's one unifying theory, the thing that really jumped out at me as I talked to everybody was how startling it was that of all of these things he's done, so many of them, he at one point in his life wrote down on a piece of paper that he was going to do it. And the idea of this guy, all these stories about him, that he basically scripted is a fascinating human being and it's a fascinating look at the idea of coming up with goals and not letting them be passing thoughts. Let them be your guiding principles. And that's the story of Aidan Hutchinson. At 21 years old, Aiden Hutchinson is a terrifying person. He stands 6 foot 6, weighs 265 pounds, has a 36 inch vertical, runs three cone drills like a slot receiver, and he is to quote the love language of NFL scouts, a freak. But even more eye opening than Hutchinson's draft stock and many of them going number one overall to Jacksonville, is the peculiar way this pass rusher got himself to this point. So today, Ryan hockett Smith tells the story of Michigan's aid and Hutchinson. A story that was authored, methodically, and prophetically. By Aidan Hutchinson himself. I'm Pablo Torre, it's Thursday, April 21st..
"aidan" Discussed on NFL Live
"In the regular season against the saints since joining the Buccaneers, he did win in New Orleans in last season's divisional playoffs. We remember that, but he hasn't been the saints in the regular season kind of a weird little vibe there. Not sure how that works, but Tom Brady is really giving them some difficulties. The rams coming off the big Monday night win, plague in Seattle and the rams beat the Seahawks 26 17 in Seattle and week 5 and that was the game where Russell Wilson injured his finger on Aaron Donald helmet. She goes back up against the rams. Russell Wilson started to get better, physically, to be in the spot that he wants to be his 8 and 12 against the rams in his career, including the playoffs, no team has beaten Russell Wilson more than the rams of beating him. So Brady gets the saints who he struggle with Russell Wilson gets the rams who he has struggled with and we get another great matchup this weekend with the Bengals and Broncos two AFC teams vying for playoff spots. Keep in mind that Bengals are four in one in their last 5 road games and this is their first road game since a week, 11 win at the Raiders they played at home in weeks 12 through 14 Broncos 7 and two against the Bengals over their past 15 seasons. I've covered some of those games Cincinnati always has struggled against Denver for whatever reason that actually is we get a tough physical matchup with the Tennessee Titans and Pittsburgh Steelers, the divisional matchup, Washington and Philadelphia, and the cowboys and giants, cowboys, scored a season high 44 points in their win over the Giants at home in week 5, but dak Prescott struggling now. This would be figure to be a get right matchup for dak Prescott, this upcoming weekend. We'll see how that works out for him. I also mentioned the fantasy football playoffs starting this weekend. And I think there was a little message this past week.
"aidan" Discussed on NFL Live
"Do you have any grasp and I don't know if you can. Do you have any grasp of what your play and this team's play means to Michigan football fans not only now, but will mean to them in years to come. I don't think I ever will because I can only meet so many of them, but I know how many people are out there that are just so affected by our win against Ohio State. I mean, I saw some video on social media of the student cry and saying, this means a lot. And so I see that guy. I mean, there must be a lot of other people out there who feel the same way. So I don't think I'll ever be able to grasp or see the impact of what we've done this season. Let me explain something to you again. We're going to bring it back to my son. Once again, my senior year of Michigan, Michigan won the national championship in basketball, and my college buddies and I went to the sweet 16 and we went to the final in three 16 and Lexington, we went to the final four in Seattle. To this day, I can tell you about every player on that team, what they meant to our college experience and how much joy and happiness they brought us. And so now my son who's a senior, that Michigan and my senior Michigan one, the national championship in basketball and his senior year, the school's vying vying will say at this point to win the national championship in football. There would be some connection. There are some karma some symbolism, having him win it, and all I could tell you is he may think of Aidan Hutchinson the same way that I think of ramiel Robinson and Terry mills and Glenn rice. Right. That's so cool. That's so freaking cool. And hopefully we can get this done, you know, so we can say that. And, you know, that'd be cool. And again, I even last week, as I'm watching you guys get ready for the Big Ten championship and Indianapolis. Another one of our college friends gets in the phone with me. He was at the Michigan Ohio State game flew in. And he said to me, and this will give you an idea of what I'm talking about that the mission Ohio stake into the attended this year was the single greatest sporting event that he ever had attended in his life. Now he's doing this. One of my college buddies, his name is Michael. Okay. Calls me and tells me he's a single greatest sporting event of his life. My point is, I don't believe that that idea is exclusive to him. I believe the people who are in attendance that day. 100%. Bill felt that way. And so they will always think of you and your teammates for all the joy and happiness that you brought them. I texted your head, coach. I texted your defense score. I said the exact same thing to them in text. I'm like, do you realize how happy how much happiness you've brought to so many people? And that's what I think you will learn over time. You make it sick of it over time. Right..
"aidan" Discussed on NFL Live
"Episode of the Adam Schefter podcast. As the year winds down, we are joined today by two men who have quite a bit in common more than you might think. Aiden Hutchinson, the outstanding young defensive end from the University of Michigan, who figures to be potentially the number one overall pick in the draft in April coming off an outstanding season at the University of Michigan and he will join us to talk about what has been and what is ahead. And then we'll be joined by a man who basically walked down the path that Aidan Hutchinson did only in Columbus, Ohio. Nick Bosa, the outstanding young defensive end for the San Francisco forty-niners who wound up being the second overall pick in 2019 and something of a role model for aid in Hutchinson himself. Both of those two young defensive ends will join us and they are excellent conversations, I believe. Now in Hutchinson, has a real chance to go number one because this is a draft that does not have an obvious top ten quarterback pick. Quarterbacks have gone number one overall in 6 of the past 7 drafts. But this might be the first time since 2013 that we don't even see a quarterback going the top ten picks last time that happened was 2013 when EJ Manuel was the first quarterback taken at number 16 overall and Aidan Hutchinson is going to be a top pick. He's either going to go number one, two, three, right there. Maybe number one and Detroit would make a lot of sense for a guy like Aden Hutchinson. This is a team right now. That's in the bottom 5 and yards allowed per play points allowed per game, sacks, they haven't generated a lot of pressure. And yes, the Lions need a quarterback. But there is an obvious quarterback to draft this year. So that points to a guy like 8 in Hutchinson. And who is the lion's head coach, Dan Campbell? What is he about? Energy. What does Aidan Hutchinson do more than anything else? The guy brings his lunch pail. He goes to work. High motor, high energy. He just fits like a Detroit line. And we will talk to aid in Hutchinson about the idea of him going to the Detroit Lions at number one. The.
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Aidan O'Connell, David Bell lead Purdue past No. 2 Iowa 24-7
"Eight no colonel threw for three hundred seventy five yards and accounted for three touchdowns as Purdue beat second ranked Iowa for the fourth time in their last five meetings twenty four seven David bell had a career best two hundred forty yards receiving it produced first victory over a top two teams since nineteen seventy four against second ranked Notre Dame I was just going out there trying to make plays and missed on finding a way to beat number six in the country so I knew that not only myself but the whole receiving corps led to come the one reason everyone again I was scored its fewest points at home since a thirteen seven loss to Nebraska in twenty twelve the law since the Hawkeyes twelve game winning streak Purdue intercepted Spencer teachers four times the most thrown in a game by Iowa in twelve years I'm the ferry
The Darin Olien Show
"aidan" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show
"Everybody in the show. This is darren. Oh lean daredevil. Only show man the world throwing a lot of stuff at us. We have the power. We have the possibility of being better being greater humans being better of ourselves. And that's why we're here to be better versions of ourselves. And let's hear from this incredible entrepreneur. Aiden riley. I want you to tune into this is twenty three years old from la and he was at brown university and of course yet again. Cove nineteen comes and spoils his junior year where he had to leave school during the pandemic and he realized during this whole thing that farms were throwing away mountains of food thousands of pounds of food that we're just wasted and also at the same time we have food insecurity where people do not have access to healthy food. We've talked about that. And other episodes with shawn. Stevenson and dan butin her and now yet again. We have all this abundance of food. And we're throwing it away so eidan literally started calling farmers and we're gonna get into all this and realize hey. Are you throwing away food. And yes we are so he started. The incredible company called farm link project dot org got food to food banks and other opportunities where people could distribute whole healthy food that was going to waste and the startling statistic is in a year this guy and this project and all of the incredible volunteers saved forty million meals from being wasted. Come on you kidding me. These efforts were rewarded in july when aidan and his fellow co founder james can af- were granted the congressional medal of honor citizens award for service. Can you hear the crowd come on. Let's celebrate that so when you say that one person can't do a lot bullshit you can so please know that you can do that. So one person can do a lot because it creates a magnet for other people to get involved and to create change in aden and his co founder. James created that very thing and they saved forty million pounds from going to waste helping the environment. Helping people have health incredible but before we get into this episode. I just wanna say that. Vivo barefoot that is sponsoring this episode. I have gotten to know them inside and out. I have gotten to meet the farmers that they're working with the head of sustainability. Emma and vivo barefoot not only produce the best feeling footwear on the planet period. And i would say that whether they're sponsor or not there are also one of the most sustainable conscious companies out there everything that they're looking that is sustainable where their materials are coming from using algae using sustainable robbers. Everything they're doing they're doing it with eyes wide open while producing the greatest shoe. Like i literally wear these shoes at a mike. Thank god someone produced shoe right. Don't feel like obvious. You want restricting the way the foot needs to move past to move if your foundation is not strong and effective your whole bodies off so i just want to say that i am so proud to have vivo barefoot as a sponsor and so proud of what they have done in the footwear industry later in the episode you will get the discount code. Twenty percent off support them as they support you and the best shoes ever all right so let's get into it. Checkout farm farmland get involved with farm link project dot org. Getting people healthy food and helping the environment. This is literally something you can do and volunteer. Because they're nonprofit doing great work so sit back. Relax enjoy my great conversation. With co founder of.
The Final Furlong Podcast
"aidan" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"It's too but that's one we had early on for Independent at the moment is for her to go there and she would be taking in the pre for my which would be the phillies are trial absolutely and obviously everything that we've seen from her so far. This season has been historic and legendary. And that's officially on the record. Like she said a record winning margin in the in the oaks record winning margin for one hundred years in the irish oaks What she did at york last time. I was spectacular as well. This i suppose just gives her more of a field of what france and racing and france like again. I suppose around bombshell so It would. It's always nice to heavily look At the track to run over obviously if she was to go to the ark it it it's a massive race and It's obviously an appropriately. Oh yeah absolutely in one of the best so It'll be interesting to see what she does. And i'm sure that there will be time. Comparisons with adair and all that Tacoma as well but She's at such an exciting horse. And i'm very much looking forward to seeing her in action Speaking of exciting horses. You've only got to entered in the national stakes. The great vincent o'brien national stakes And of course the star of the show there is point lonsdale. Who has just been a monster for you the season. Yeah no everything went well since last wish he misled He's a very straightforward off handed. Harsh really So i know we've been like small the way really first time. He ran into core Then to ask him and then percents going back to the car to last time so no. Everything's went five cents and aidan plans for for him afterwards. Like if he comes through this test and wins would he go for the. I am not sure like obviously we always take one race at time with demain really Like he's had four already so Like obviously we don't have a really discuss those things too much until we get over to raise that. Were trying to compete enforced. I suppose really the comber group not named after my town but comer group international irish. St leger You've got a number of entries here including our own levin who was devastatingly impressive at the truck over this distance. Not so long ago but has kind of lost his way a little bit since then but it's a warning there to everybody that he's capable of that What are the current running tons. Yeah no obviously he could go there. I suppose passion and might be demand. One she's a. I think she run into. Trial is where Skin forward a nice bit it but we come forward plenty more She's really just takes a good bit of getting fish She's walking nicely and so we're thinking where she might go next and finally just because our americans will go nuts. Don't ask you this santa barbara. Is she going to head back to the states before the breeders cup. She is She's going to go to keeneland I think she has the to to to race. Options in q. One race after reading one is a mile. Indira's nine furlongs so That's the kind they still go there. Which are next and Three she's pencil far. So the qe tune keeneland than Peter foreign intel called it on the podcast as well. He suggested that's where you would go In although the horses that you're going to unleash who you most looking forward to. I should obviously we're looking forward to the mall. Ms really They're all trained for their specific races at the moment. And you just hope that they get doing and hopefully on what best of luck to you. It's saint mark's basilica for me Boring i know. I'm just very much looking forward to that clash. And i hope that he does the business for you. Stay safe and Please go. We'll chat again before the breeders cup aidan o'brien. It's a pleasure as always appreciate that. Thanks very much a gentleman. Always aidan o'brien who has some big guns to fire for irish jammies weekend and the saint leger and indeed the arc trials At perry longchamp as well. It's going to be a huge weekend. And hopefully we got us some good insight and potentially some gravy there as well so huge. Thanks for joining us yet. Again on the funnel for podcast We'll be back with a another special edition of the show very very soon which we hope you like rory here tomorrow. Thursday to preview the weekend's action and will review it all on monday show of course as well as usual and there's another special edition of.
Former NBA Player Jalen Rose Says Kevin Love Made Olympics Because of White ‘Tokenism’
"Jalen Rose also is an idiot. On top of everything else. This from the daily Mail. Former NBA star Jalen Rose says U S should have sent all black team two Olympics. Cause inclusion of single white player Kevin Love tokenism. And says Bahamian DeAndre Ayton We have made a better pick. Now they go on. Love in 11. African American NBA players will be vying for the country's fourth consecutive gold medal. Men's basketball the Toyota Games next month. Several top names have opted out of the tournament such as LeBron James and James Harden. The rosters suddenly clear, includes a former Olympians, including love. Who won the gold in 2012. He and his team The 32 year old Love did struggle with nagging injuries for the 22 50 Cleveland Cavaliers this season. It's worth. He scored just 12.2 points a game is lowest mark since his rookie year. Spokespeople for ESPN did not respond to daily milk dot coms request for comment. A USA Basketball spokesman confirmed that Aidan was not eligible. To be considered. For the gangs because he's a citizen of the Bahamas. Roses assertion that Team USA was scared to field an all black team is not supported by recent history. The fact is that for the last five U. S men's Olympic basketball squads Comprised entirely of African Americans. In fact, Love is Team USA is only white player to suit up in the Olympics since John stock in
The Final Furlong Podcast
"aidan" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Israeli just got this united when he changed legs coming down into the date. Change in front. Didn't change behind so we're think and hope that hopefully will leave that one behind them so the kind of the moment just for to know whether it's hard runs or not. I'm not sure but at the moment that it to one and back under the plan donors and how happy are you with both for wembley cents a little bit disheartening. To have seen the two disappointing efforts so far. This season is showing you any indication home that he's bouncing back in oh he's walking and was welcomed by up to the editor to news sin walking while he was drawing little bit ocean koran and like i said the ground was bad and The pace was steady was steady on guineas at first half of the race. Oh really on the team from the backbone. Very hard to get golf at all. And i think ryan kind of accepted as a very early stage. So he's probably their own was probably bag on his looks and we and hope festival down this week. We should see an better results onto the wednesday to entered in the queen. Mary stakes heart is Big outsider but yet is that will be a lot of people's shortlists horse. Oh she murphy was was quite impressed with described as a yoke that aden ascending over. He would also very much like to ride this yolk in race by the way and that was a compliment. Yeah no she big silly as she lady philippe home so doesn't show enough la walks more like a six fallen philly than if i call a very Bush when she went to some dogs she showed the speed and and and everything and she because of philly so the plan is for her to run into queen mary by herself As she's a massive big relief or too big for your agreed we and and because she's just to be back home so it's really hard to get a handle on her other than what. You've done me and the queen's vase is a race that you've got a phenomenal record in including having a one-two-three in twenty lit home by cubans. Who would go on to win the st leger leading light that the same thing winning the st leger for you as well and a lot of very interesting entries as we currently look. Who are you looking at breaking that down to broder. We're gonna see when the made takur a- early on in season enders possible that klay prescription as well. He's the harsh when iran therapy try to fill and finish fourth that me when it conditioned racing call just before i the moment that looked like they're probably two men on there at the moment the brother to cue is that wordsworth what absolute excellence all right so he does like orsi who come forward. What did you make. I know that you hold certain because you told us. In this season preview hold sir lucan in very high regard presumably too disheartened by his defeat. No no And he wouldn't in department down. He warned in math. And after the death you wanna mile and five listed race but he. He doesn't go with ask of. He's kind of on a little break and be back for the auction. Okay now the big race of the day is of course the prince of wales and the great news. That love could indeed take her chance. But you've also got armory. Who run an absolute blinder for you. Down under last year in his comeback with very impressive run at chester. What's the current thinking for the prince of wales stakes yet. The pan is at at the moment that gorge will run like obviously we'd love to answer the pretty polly with with and then just afraid if we were at the gum could go again the car. Which often does that happen. And she missed the lord races early on during the season because the grounds going. And we're we're thinking at the moment when this is right. We just get our starches edgy. She doing And it looks like she would run. And we'd army oversee depend on to chest over that he would come back there and it looks like it's going to be nice. Nice quickest round. Buddy likes so. He's in good form since chester's whereas at the moment to going to run and that's fascinating and his berlin to see love back but i think armory is that you singled him out as one of the old horses to follow this season. Ten furlongs is really his trip. Isn't it ten prolonged fast. This is what he loves and it looks like it has been lately since last year. So we'd be interesting. Though windsor castle we might run a showcasing harsh winter made and then caulk classic photo made he might come back to this And he probably be are on your on me. Does red messy coast. Jackie and beautifully bred horses. Well out of footsteps in footsteps in the sand american. Use my mouth words correctly. Big news today. Now you were again extremely kind to is in the season preview where you talked about tiger moth and you're saying that no we don't really have any intention of going back up to two miles and yet there were so many people after he said that still talking about them for the gold cup. The news today is that serpentine has been supplemented for the rice. He disappointed in the tattersalls. Gold cup was it just a case of that. He badly needed that run. I was only mine. Too cautious balance. We just had to get her on tim somewhere that we were just after the time russian and we just have to start somewhere and the government was more shocked than he would have liked Or happy with him sense So listen to this extreme distance brochure. Who say he was always a harsh. I never stroked issue and we always have. Domino's was never going to be one of his weaker and pints stephen instructed mcnamara darby's to write him like he would stay mild six an addition to my an half so two different team bush. He he's a either. We always talk would stay so if they would be interested in on the second of the year. So and and all this you've got santiago and are on the scene in there as well. You've got such a phenomenal record in the race would be some irony. Were the man to stop john. Gosden and eighty gosden from training stratovarius. To enforce cups. Given that you did that with the on position it's a range that loggers and always have and and like when it's a race that they really love having orders in and obviously Iran events stays way San diego has gone in a lot of those races and This is a fascinating race to watching. Make obviously liquid delighted to have runners industry. Would you say is your strongest chance out of the threes. Yeah i'm not sure. Obviously diaby runner know. So i'm i'm isn't it. It's it's a very serious farm going to cooperate with an and it will be very interesting to see. Really get the distance but it is an extreme dysentery. Okay it's be the first rb winner. Since i think for forty years to win the gold cups that will be something else. If he goes in doesn't coronation stakes. You've got mother earth. I thought was terrific. In france britain performance at newmarket but she backed with very brave performance in france as well as she clearly tough. But you've also got options like joan of arc. So what is the current thinking for the feature race on the friday of moderate and affiliate at the irish gamy said what team can have a going at the moment and for sure. they'll be hard to split aiden. I listen we're very happy to and obviously will include emperor joseph in the last day. And what about the coming world cup then so you got lipizzaner and obviously we go so it's just lipizzaners it. Once we come to the saturday we've got a fascinating renewal of the stakes. The team are quite keen on one of their runners again. You've got the likes of in there. You've got broom in there as well only beaten ahead at the last day. He's been a revelation this season and he was the worst that you holidays to is going to be out again. We think the time is to go back. Go there with him. And that was declined after resolves us gonna step up and to my half or that's what we think..
The Final Furlong Podcast
"aidan" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"When you bet your rex topa said toast dakota uk. Royal ascot inside. It is an absolute pleasure to be joined once again by the champion jockey. Ashim murphy Welcome back to the final gassed. Thanks very much for having me on plenty. Look forward to over the next week or so. Please go yeah. It's gonna be a big big week. How do you feel about the so-called lack of crowds for the royal meeting. How did you feel that when last year. It was really strange last year. Because in in years gone by we're used to Massive annoys reception Under the great buzz about the place over there was no one there. Last year patron trainers and And yeah. I think we're permitted to have twelve thousand. This year is at so at least. It'll be twelve thousand racing fans not people that are just going out sir sir For the fashion and stuff. And i know roy alaska. A huge part of the week is is fashion and the social event but I hope to people that'd be going there. This year will appreciate the fact that the top class horses are on show and And it's incredibly incredibly quality racing for second there's gonna say did the champion jockey just say it's great that the fashion is going to be back on show but then you corrected yourself on. This is world class race horses on show. Can we focus on that. Please not the fashion. Thanks very much. Yeah sure no no digs at certain tv. Come on come on Less scotch eggs more. Let's focus on who we think is going to win the racism. We're not just going to get your insight into your fully booked out for day. One and i'm sure the same thing will come through for day two but it'll be a busy week for you in total and i'm sure that it will be but you're getting things off in the opening race which thankfully we've reverted back to the queen being the opening and that's Serb busker who currently is a is a double figure price. The focus of attention here is mostly going to be on on palace pier. Who was devastatingly impressive last time. But what do you make of your own chances. Serbo scares working where and he obviously loves. A straight course at ascot royd oscar-winner last year. It's a huge step up in class. He's been very competitive in in group races. I think pilots peer is a monster at arby's really impressed with him. In the locker jobs followed him. Most of the race and i was looking at his backside after last two games. He's just a monster. Horse would be nice if cerberus could run. The i threes got lovely owners some and they're realists doors goes they're in good shape greater this realistic owners. The ride that you gave lady both or in the lock was absolutely sensational and certainly not expecting her to put up that good performance. T think that this because you've described pal spears a monster so that sort of gives the game away but do you think that the likes of cool more if they fire both order of australia on low-pay fernandez and it's looking like they will far both of them at the wheels. He's wounded spun on that ground at newbury whereas the forecast good ground that ascott and it might even be a little bit better may be. Pg mcdonald top rank might think that they could get a little bit closer or is this just a case of as long as he sound. Frankie will be hopefully doing a flying. Dismount he some cushions around in order to do so properly but leaving flying dismount. Yeah i have massive respect for here. I rode lady both up quietly but she jumps awkwardly. I wanted to saw low and get it into a top pace. Was going to be honest. And it was Policy literally took off when ranking when got into the clear two and a half down and he's going to be very very hard to be asked the we can talk about. Aden's joiners terrestrial finished the year with a cup victory. I have to respect him. Low parthenon was disappointing. Lakensha bill as you say grandma would being too slow Top rank is a genuine group performer. But we can mix it a group on neville remains to be seen so Yet it's a it's podcast peers. Race to news. I believe i would completely agree with you. I'm probably going to try and do some kind of scumbag place but slash each way on just because two shots in the lock. Jam aren't really my thing and group company. But hey if you wanna put them into multiple you get the ashim murphy seal of approval there and it will be great racing if if we get another the superstar the coventry. You've already been booked for this race. You're gonna be onboard board a berkshire shadow or burke berkshire shadow. I should probably say to get the pronunciation absolutely spot on. What can you tell us about. Berkshire shadow is a smashing horse. Still torch rogue is got loads scope. We're delighted new brief related stores and then he ran on in hit the line. Well the form has worked out a little bit birt's also you can pick holes in it. coventry's normally have to yours to win it. Ask some superstar. I seventy in the past and and this is going to be a martyr next year. But i like him plenty and a whole on a big race for his owner. Who is a brealey. Really good man. And he's come into the sport in the last five or six years gone more horse to probably ten or so so. This is an exciting day day for him. I'd imagine the a few offers that were made as well and perhaps chieveley parker kicking kicking themselves. That look they are in the in the industry of breeding horses and selling them but in the scheme of things this source was sold for forty thousand as a yearling which in flat racing terms is not a huge amount. I'm pretty certain this source could go through the ring before last cotton make considerably more just have a runner on the way but he also beat some pretty high profile at runners in today's the only thing that would be a drawback to him because it andrew was making all the right noises new just on the same thing is that he's had the one and one and therefore the a slight lack of experience aidan. O'brien talked about that in the past that it is kind of unfortunate that you have to ask out in the back of just the one run and that's how sometimes works is not a disadvantage or do you just take that as well. He was good enough to give away ground. Instill still win. So i'll take that. Yeah i am actually looking to the races we speaker in and he he did well to win. He belongs in the race. I believe it's quite open from the point of view obviously wednesday rise wards horse coffee maker. Whatever female yeah docked. Philly is gonna stack favorite cheese grabbing three parents off. The colts Jonah keri loves his Zones gold the territory's cold and decide to run a bit of experience. Aid has loads in their ebro. River was impressive. san if you relaxes. He'll improve for the step up in trip but he'll need to get the stat. He's quite hardly strong in a relaxed manner. Jonathan eagles didn't have to smashing codes. Dibaba was impressive..
Launch Your Live
"aidan" Discussed on Launch Your Live
"Spent a good amount on your your iphone or android phone and actually use the high quality camera that you already have to livestream so this week. We have a special guest aiden. Fitzpatrick who Is a co founder of re incubates cammo. And he's going to discuss. You can use your smartphone as a webcam. So i'm gonna go to bring on aden this way you can. We're we're gonna teach how to use your smart from his game and this is. This is gonna be really cool jim. I know. I don't know if you've checked this out but i'd use it before it. It's pretty amazing. Espec- i mean i'm just amazed just the quality that you get from your smartphone so i'm gonna aiden and Let's let's learn more about heating and how he got into live streaming and thanks for joining us. He's thinking he's pleasure to be here. So you know i know you're you're the co founder. Right so is it get it right. Co-founder probably got a partner. There that helps. That's right. that's right. It is two of us me and my you said ten years ago. Now fantastic ten years. Wow i got to save and you're probably in the right place at the right time right now obviously with people wanting to get into live streaming in terms of your story though. When did you first get it and live streaming will fit recently so i have something i've had an interest in for a while and i have a long list of things that i want to build and explore. The idea by cameras was one that i've had sort of predating lockdown times covid. It was actually really much last year. That i started to get into. This spicing will detail fantastic. So you have some questions for for aden. Yeah aidan so. Why should someone actually used their smartphone over. You know we've got these amazing mirrorless and dsl our cameras or even sometimes people wanna use like their webcam. I i never thought why should we use the smartphone. A good question so tooth started last year. We sent a whole team. A covid happened and people need to to stay at home. Mother things we found is that it's very hard to see people. Clearly on webcams. They had no out of windows. Computers hella webcams but none of them really seem to give very good quality. I was quite frustrated by that. I set out find what the experts us talk to some experts. It seemed like the sort of danzig was to get a camera. Professional carries bro big unit. Bad generally a couple of thousand bucks and i to say frustrates me. I didn't want to have to outfit my colleagues. Dsm answers very few of them had one just like go to thinking about other approaches and i remembered that couple of people that lady gaga fairly recently filmed stupid. Love music video using tyler. The iphone eleven. I'm so we started to experiment and try to see what sort of image quality we could get an realities. These things are broadcast quality. Low that is down to apple's investment in our day but some of the destruction economics just what you can afford to put in a fun. So if you're going to sell a webcam three to four hundred dollars and make profit on that you can't afford to put a sensory. Did that is good enough. And what comes. Just it just never really gonna be broadcast quality. Good enough you where you actually do whereas your webcam can so. That's that was for the start point for trying to come up with a product that let you tap into that broadcast quality camera. The probably already have fantastic. Yeah i mean this is. I will say this i mean i started you know when you mentioned that. It cost a few thousand dollars to get started. I mean here's the thing you buy. Even if the camera is five to six hundred dollars you also want to have the right kind of lens to go with it. You've got to have really good lighting in addition to that you know and then in some cases if you're using a murless dsl. Are you need a capture card and a lot of these. Things aren't cheap. I mean you're talking six hundred dollars camera. Four hundred dollars for lens minimum. You know and then you're talking to capture card talking well over one thousand dollars right there at the start in chances early. We've already paid that thousand dollars for that phone. Which does some really amazing things. I mean i will say love the advancements that I phone for example an android has taken you know with the for example. A three camera system. Now i can. Have you know the the wide angle photo for example. You know. I get the standard lens as well as i think it's a macro lens on their. You know and it's fantastic being able to utilize those when i'm taking photos out and about of things so now being able to bring that to my computer for example my life shrinks up is just to me. It's fantastic to be able to do that. So we basically briefly beginning you create cammo But you know what we all. What were you doing before came. I guess since you said there's been like ten years yes sure so. We had to bunch of products. The is on the the big product. We've we spent a lot of time on his iphone backup extracted and that's essentially probably pay helps you recover lost to delete data from my phone's been very successful at the is still something that were very actively working and yet it's it's thundering has hasn't good recognition but we tend to experiment with building a couple of products each year. We do little scott works experiments. They way see the light of day built many more things than launched. Thai chemical launched fantastic. And it's really cool by the way because you know i probably by the way have used her iphone. Backups extractor software at some point But what's really cool about the fact that you've worked with building for example for iphone at one point now when you move into watching cam. Oh you're already know for the most part hal. The apple ecosystem works. You know what you can get access to what you can't get access to things like that. So i love the idea of just of testing things before you're playing to actually watch something because you never really know where like you could have shipped ten products and now you find the point where at this one product this. Wow this one really you know hits the mark versus the other ones that like you know. They worked great but like the timing. For example like now livestreaming. Everybody wants to use their smartphones. A webcam so this is really cool so Jump over to you. Yeah so Eight what exactly is ranked incubate cammo Why did you create it and What do you think is the problem that that you've really helped solve for live streamers by creating it. Well i think the problem is helping them look like they really look a helping them capture high fidelity video without having to go out and really by anything so at the moment. Of course your your views will see us listeners. Want time and eleven pro. Max not the legacy fund. This one is a little little out at night Let me fairly well environment. I i can do now is i. Can i can swap between a couple of different webcams. So i'm on. An i mac five if i swapped to its facetime camera. Now you'll see got an explosion from behind me. T shirt is his lack in the wall. Kind of bricks going me which are lovely golden yellow kind of flat from this bill to nine hundred ninety. This is the most common. Where cam is that. Party has terrible handling. You'll see looking very greg with this thing very dry and it's going to love the same problems it's not the same. Nine twenty isn't really does he. Ninety two's and meeting different.
Z Morning Zoo
John Corbett Will Play Aidan in 'Sex and the City' Reboot
"On the way and we know who's in. We know who's not in. But here's another name You can add to the endless John Corbett. If your big sex in the city fan you remember him as Kari's ex Aidan and carrying eight and had a thing dog for a while, so For what? We've heard Mr Big might or might not be in the new one. So it might be all about her getting back with Aiden. See
Life Transformation Radio
"aidan" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio
"I have a story. to share with the world You know eight and stories her story and I can share her life experience. But now I had a story and I told Aidan I said, you know what? You need to get on stages and you need to share your story. You need to be a speaker and you need to share all the things that you've overcome because you're amazing. You need to write a book about Aiden. You need to write a book Aiden loves to ride don't you hate it? You don't I was going to go straight edge. Okay, you go straight. There you go. Yeah. I wish I knew about ghosts range that I wrote a book. So I told you going to write a book and I need to get on stages and you need to inspire people and motivate people and so 8 and says, yeah you do that first and then I'll do it you go do it first and so that's what I did. So I wrote The Law of action because I was being the dad to show her that look I'm laying the groundwork. This is what you do and this is how long do this and now that I am now the owner of Life transformation radio Now I have a platform that I can get 8 and on where she can share her experience in what she has done and I am beyond thrilled to have you here today and now share some things of what you do to like get through life. What do you do? How do you do it? How do you keep getting back up. Now I know loving to you and always tells you that you can do it you can do it you can do it and that it's a new day. But really, how do you do it cuz you've been through alot. How do you stay positive with all the negative that you've experienced in your life? I it's going to sound cliche, but I could not do it. Without my fiance I could not do without TJ. He is my rock. He's my ride or die. So text me grounded whenever I'm having a really bad day, he knows he makes me feel better. He'll give me a real big hug say.
The Final Furlong Podcast
Honeysuckle the Perfect Champion at Cheltenham Festival 2021
"Question that's been asked to ask you as a broadcaster who has been to pretty much every major events in the world. And you've anchorage a loss of mainstream on terrestrial television in america but also you've covered pretty much every cheltenham festival in your career. What was it like would know crowd. Well we had had a year. I suppose of getting used to that crowd and even some pretty big events but it was right up there as very strange indeed because i think the restrictions of tightened here in the last couple of months before or they get loosened again restrictions tighter for children than perhaps they'd ever seen it at any major fixture at certain types it than they were at the breeders cup ties than it looked in in the middle east and an in australia so it was really odd him because cheltenham more than any other event is so contingent on on the crowds and provide atmosphere. It really was a an odd not experienced but by midway through the first after noon. I'd almost forgotten at one point. The crowd that i mean if you will if you're broke cussing racing. Cd audience as distinct from it audience. Perhaps you could say that. The crowd isn't as isn't as important. Because you're not going to be putting quite as much of that into the so Yeah bye-bye halfway through day one. My mind had been taken off it. But then there were moments that punctuated the week. Where you were. You reminded of quite stock again but still the the quality of this boat was outstanding when they ride the record books. They don't want to write the asterisk. That was crowd so it didn't seem to take the gloss off too much for henry bra. Gb buck and certainly an operational. Absolutely not i suppose. The top performance came day one and the champion hurdle the uni bet champion hurdle before the sponsors comes running after me with an ax honeysuckle and rachel block. More get back to back. Cheltenham festival wins another brilliant performance from henry de bromhead at cheltenham would last year's form kind of holding up sharjah. The runner up last year was second again. And the winner of last year's race epa ton with our new jockey. Aidan coleman finishing third. Nick what was your overall impression of of this year's champion your reaction as i watched was. I'm pretty sure it was is. The director came to you and said nick iran. I'm pretty sure you use went. Wow that's that kind of summed it up for all of us. I probably got a bit carried away in all honesty. But we do. Occasionally we do occasionally get a bit carried away and i. It was a completely genuine emotion. I wasn't trying to compensate dirty. Was i genuinely was blown away by so i tried to work out. Why subsequently i made some cloud landed comments that would probably verging toward hyperbole. And i think it's because of the way she finished her race off the way the the way in which she rounded the final almost on rails honeysuckle jumped the loss and then scampered up the running. And i left the impression of a performance of of of of otter total dominance on. I was staggered. By how well. She finished off the race now. Subsequent section now. The ray suggests that the reason for that was that they'd slowed the pace down. Because gordon was being a head banger. In the middle of the race they. The pace of the race had slackened significantly and really at turned into a test of speed and she was able to win like she was because as she was in grateful be. She's very very good. See she's got more than people thought she had. Indeed she was tactically. Well positioned biracial blackmore. But the the image the impression of scampering away from shahjahan episodes in a really good time the hill really good finishing split Just was just made me feel good and before you start talking about ratings and allowances where it sits in the pantheon ultime champion other. When is it just made me feel good. And i didn't think at that point they would be many. If any performance during the week to to eclipse i in terms of dominance and quality. How wrong i was
QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
Finding Authentic Happiness With Aidan Park
"Always curious as to what people say about themselves because i don't know like sometimes people list credits talk about career stuff. Sometimes people talk about personal ways that they identify. You know there's a lot of. It's a lot of wonderful options here. You sure pronouns. People people can do. Many iterations of things have happened. My government asked to do this. But i will okay so i wrote a book called the art of being gay about finding authentic joy. Yahoo i am. He have pronoun. And i'm i'm a comedian and erin and the bad aspects you have a great laugh and important. You thank you as a comedian. I feel like that's something that i don't find myself to be a big laugher because i think over time trained that out of myself to be to seem like a tough guy in the comedy world. This is not a way to be. I'm not. I'm not pitching this to anybody. Don't be like this. But it's a delight to hear your of very genuine and explosive laugh. How how the joke about that. I mean literally the beginning in the beginning of my career. They were like okay. I'm a weirdo. i'm. I'm a bit of a quirky person okay. So in the beginning. I thought by jokes hilarious so i go up the joke even if the win thought it was funny at laugh. Even people sometimes completed the sentence. I be like oh. Yeah and then. I'm like wait a minute. I didn't say the jokes you chat lap would be those moments and so people were like man. You shouldn't laugh at your jokes. i don't care. I think i'm hilarious. I really like it. Won't one of me you know that. Sounds like freedom what you're describing. it's freedom. I feel. I feel i have that i do feel free And any also to be somebody who works in the comedy space and then write a book about finding authentic happiness. I gotta say for me. I'm on that journey myself. I'm trying to think we may have a common destination that we hope for that. I think is also kind of unusual. I think that having an interest in genuine happiness is i think people that maybe work outside of comedy. That would seem like it makes sense. But that's not been my experience. I get the audience is having fun. But i don't usually find that comics or people who are prioritizing
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"aidan" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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David Crosby faces backlash over Eddie Van Halen tweet - Fox News
"Legend is taking fire figuratively from fans of the late Eddie Van Halen. ABC. Jason DO Johnson with the story after Eddie Van Halen steps Last week, another legend David Crosby, was asked on Twitter for his opinion about Van Halen, who's replied men after being called rude, Crosby responded. Quote. Sorry, just meant he doesn't move me much. When someone else pointed out that Van Halen changed the world of guitar, Crosby replied. Hendrix changed the world of guitar. He says he met Van Halen once He was nice and talented, but he doesn't care that much doesn't mean being Helen wasn't good, he says. But he just wasn't for me, Jason Aidan's and ABC News
The Paul Finebaum Show
'Infuriated' Aidan Hutchinson calls out hypocrisy by Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren
"About. It's time for Kevin, Warren the Commissioner of the big ten to be transparent and. He has he has written a letter to I guess everyone wants to read it saying that the disputing some of the criticism. that saying that the vote by the big ten council of Presidents and Chancellors was overwhelmingly in support of postponing fall sports and will not be revisited. So that case is over. He went on to say the decision was thorough and deliberative based on sound feedback guidance and advice from medical experts. So there you have it. he has answered his critics and there are many out there who have wondered exactly what is going on? There's also another story breaking Simultaneously Pizza reporting that the NCW Division One council. decided today that falls sports student athletes can compete in any amount of competition is this year and it will not count as a season of eligibility. So. If I'm if I'm reading that correctly I think somebody correct me. If I'm wrong that's say this is a free season and I know I've talked to a lot of parents the young it starts to be approved by the Board of governors but a lot of young. Players have disputed that this should count since there are a number of the the number of games. Last of fact that there will be limited fan. So a lot of things happening right now as we continue here. During the final hour of the program, let's continue and talk to Kerry who was in Mississippi hello good. Afternoon. Are you talking to carry? Yeah I'm sorry Jerry. You are next
Northwestern QB Commit Aidan Atkinson Arrested on 2018 Sexual Assault Charges
"High school quarterback arrested on sex assault charges will not play in a playoff game tonight he turned himself in to police this morning Fairview starter Aiden act considers arrested the eighteen year old faces three charges of sexual assault one charge of attempted sexual assault and five charges of unlawful sexual contact the alleged incident happened on a party bus last year at the time that I can said it was a juvenile Fairview meets cherry creek tonight in a five a playoff
The Final Furlong Podcast
Review: A Magical British Champions Day
"They cave obviously you were on Judy for sky sports alongside Freddie Tilleke and Alexander what was your impression of the latest renewal we've been having this essence twenty eleven it was the first time that they're the change to the jumps course they've basically said that saved the meeting that they would have had to cancel otherwise what was your impression of the day the position it's in the calendar it's always vulnerable to rain testing conditions it was great that they had the contingent and see their kings could have got a bit awkward otherwise the racing would have been at risk I think on the round course in terms of even being allowed to go ahead such was the level the moisture knocking around so we got it on I thought it was great racing it lacked a little bit of star power I think it's fair to say Bush on the day the race themselves for fantastic spectacles we got some great performances and we've planted look forward to what we saw with you to next season even I think and yeah look at sprint champion stay doesn't always necessarily deliver on what it's supposed to give its British champions day where one assumes the champ beans Ron and we have seen one champion perhaps on Saturday but it still delivered like reading high-cost Racing Really enjoyable ray say experience discredit atmosphere there and yeah personally I really enjoyed Chris deliver for you think Kevin Neal and the necessarily making champions with these races are all the title is there a there are so many big flat races are there in this country and that comes out so you just have to hope the good horses turn up and on this occasion I you know in most cases they didn't really I think in particular when you get really testing conditions for arc weekend fancy bringing those horses again two weeks later you know that was basically what they said that the wasn't it onto that factor I think one thing that might help going forward as if they commit to using ener- track just for all the run course races from can you just say well that's GonNa be our course champions day in the future for all that has been the hurdles back as far as far as I can make it worked fine on Saturday okay which is the first time it's ever been used for flat racing and it provided you know he was still soggy surface but it's it's better ground than you would go on the run course for sure and any encouragement you can give trainers and owners are not going to be turning up to race on the swamp is is pretty good news I mean I think the fact is you know this is the ground that we know expect for that day for all there were a couple of early champions days Iran serve goodish ground we'll agree UC ideally GonNa get lots of rain and it will turn soft and heavy in places this time of year and so even did freak weather one year where it was good ground again the reality is probably haven't been campaigned to turn up on that day because everyone's expecting softish grown which is a very good point at the atmosphere watching the sky seemed to be electric as well Peter so you're now a royal ascot veteran and ask veteran at that matter what did you make Champions Day in terms of my experience as a huge racing fan it was absolutely fantastic everything came together in terms of of the experience of being there and watching some top quality racing now when you think about the very name champions day and to the to everybody else's point I hear where you're coming from it's it's pretty tricky when you have a race that's two weeks after the most prestigious race in in Europe and the Ark and then from my selfish America part of the still think about the Breeders Cup all the time and with that coming in in two weeks as a potential target it's a it's tricky to to crown a champion between two champion two other days that are essentially designed to do the same thing but I think if you just take it for what is it provides a fantastic alternative and great end ABC's and target for a lot of domestic Brunner's from here and ends up being a racing fan I I I think it really deserves its prominent place towards the end of the calendar I I had a fantastic day out there and look forward to to try to many times more I was there in fifteen as well when I was living in London by a the experience of it it's obviously a very different animal than the royal me eating but something that I enjoy going to immensely and will target as a racing fan for many years to come a thoroughly enjoyed it I have to say and we'll done to the teams Sky Kevin obviously firm parts of that Long said Alex and Freddie I thought they did a brilliant job MC fits doing interviews I would have preferred it though admitted a brilliant interview with Aidan O'Brien Turku Gardens won the the longest cup which will talk about a few minutes time but I would have preferred it if mic was the one and not Richie to get Sean Lee whoa conduct because then I could have that clip to pay play in the final form of podcast we'll because it doesn't belong to US I can't play it damnit Mick Fitzgerald got that gold over what it means I don't mind that's fine yeah it's only the tenth highest grossing films of All Time Anyway the KIP CO champion stakes will be and with the feature race and magical who was beaten ten lengths into fifth in the arc only thirteen days prior to this race got back to winning ways she is real superstar of mayor but she's always enables shadow whenever she faces her even though Abel was beaten in the Ark this is the first time that Aidan O'Brien has ever won the champion stakes which in itself seems extraordinary but Chris it seems to me and we were talking about it on choose stay with Rushie and on Thursday with Steve Jones and rory champion the champion stakes for all that it is a prestigious prize maybe for ballydoyle it's a little bit an afterthought in in that position between the ARC and the Breeders Cup Classic Slash Breeders Cup Turf But this horse has proved to be good enough to go and get the job done for them and a worthy winner prestigious yeah I mean it has to be afterthought doesn't I mean you look at the best thing for the in stakes at about the time of the art I think you'd like a day before the art the top four in the batting stage we're all going to run in the are you know Japan is in there as well and others a new enable would have been one obviously so that's just the way it is when you talk class middle distance horses and they're probably GonNa go to long shot I aren't they and then case who's fit to go again and well it would be able because it seems that she's old boots what was this our is our ninth run of the year yes it was and it off in the middle of eight days after the grand national was her first run of the year and you know that nearly gotta be her best maybe upon short when she was chasing home able in New York but I mean she's holding her farm and it must be every she'll go again breeders cup I think she's fantastic I you know being jumps racing in principle I su- admire any horse the can be that jewel and can contain their enthusiasm for racing after all sorts of different experiences you know one talk class race after another one country net another one you d ground the last couple of starts and it doesn't seem to take anything off her she always runs a race Peter with a view to the previous cup she is obviously self boots she won the phillies and mirrors at the ascot meeting last year beating coronet she's now won the champion stakes proving
The Final Furlong Podcast
Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe Preview & Best Bets for Paris Longchamp
"The dulcet tones of John Hunter who will be joining us on the final broadcast in the near future one of a number of new voices who will be appearing on the show in the coming months we're also gearing up for national hunt podcasts as well by the way of jumps fans. You can get excited about that but you can't not get excited about the ARC. It'll be live on sky sports racing at five past three assuming the French actually the out of the race to the correct time it's her second time running para longchamp and she bids to make history as John said in that fantastic Promo but become the first horse to win three in a row rick see. She is the queen of the turf. If she wins this race the publicity alone will be invaluable but in your mind as we look at this from from a pure punting perspective. What's your thoughts on the Ark currently look. I think the the market is near. The TAUPE is pretty accurate. We're able enabled his concern. Look she's odds-on she. She deserves to be outs on she. She is the these the the most likely winner but look I think in terms of a bash what I'd be doing in this race is probably taking her out of the equation and I'm playing a horse in the without Marcus at the moment which were recording on Thursday at the ground is soft at Longchamp and Dan. I don't think it's GonNa get too much quicker. I'd say the quickest it's GonNa get as is good ground for me that means. I'm just just tended to stay away from south staff. He would it be in the bed. I think for me without enable if the ground was good too farmer that but I just I'm not sure your he's going to be as good on this kind of ground. The price differential between Japan and the two to three older horses magical Michael Guy Eighth and wild is is colossal in my eyes vile cost in terms of pure ability alone. I think he can get eighty into one. They're about what is his chance. This is a proper made one twenty s horses east coming here on the back of lobby prepped eh before that were common here in the back of a career-best bind enabling the King George. I just worry about the ground for him. So we're concerned. I'm wondering the belt him balancing which I think peace can tell us more but I think the balances is a real American term. Suggest is a horse comes comes back after a long lay-off through injury or a setback and then runs a massive race and has a career based and that's exactly what gifted Abadan Badin Adin when he won the race out there a few weeks ago I just wonder will he be at the same level again and after all that then the more solid horse for me and at the prices is magical and I think magical is the best without without enable look she. We know in four star start against the neighbors. She hasn't beaten are but to collect the bet here. We can finish second to her again so that that's that's where I'm GONNA go. I think magical without is the is the date the most solid play in this race as a former ballydoyle employees all this talk on social media but how magical is not going to run in the ARC. She's she's. She's not going to run their because look at bet fair. Look at the prices. She is the not going to run. The exchange prices for ballydoyle horses are completely and totally totally useless. It's about as useful as a MARZIPAN DILDO. It's no guide wants so ever as to whether or not a horse is actually going to line up in erase the lads make decisions at the last minute but also Aidan O'Brien had state categorically that after she won the champagne stakes yet the planning planning the arc unless something changes exactly so I don't get it. I'm not trying to be a smart ass here by the way but like you could take advantage of of a massive price about her. During the week you still can to a certain extent it. Just it's beer baffles me. You need to put that in perspective as well. It's a win only market and and she's being beaten four times by the favorite so you know and people on bed fair whatever you know have a lot of money they can have strong opinions and put those kind of racism altern. That's probably what they were doing what they were doing Bush. The first mistake you may day or Kennedy is listening to people on social media and thank you you to all of our listeners who interact with us and say very kinds of Roy. Moore's not the number one writer about Eliezer. Don't you know so according to social media. I thought yeah look she's being. She's being declared for the race. I don't think unless you suggest they are less went wrong. She had a setback. She was always going to run here that would that was. I think aiden has been saying that since the start of the season the main the main goal at the second part of their campaign was the act can talk now she's here and they wanted an awesome campaign for that's what she was always being aimed for and and here she goes he says having b-actor at a big price price selfishly and then was being made to panic with all this talk on twitter about the fact that she wasn't. GonNa run screw you people. You had me panicking. She's going to get possibly ably thrashed by enable but Vanessa before we started recording this podcast you were doing in-depth analysis by yourself with no help from anybody else about the he drove bias at Longchamp so take us through that because the draw has come through enable is entrapped nine. Japan comes out of ten so tests comes out of one. There's a lot of talk from various different pundits and experts about the positives and negatives about this so your view on the draw for the leading leading contenders in the ARC. Yeah we'll just this sort of before we so tipoff any horse or anything just to really paint a picture of how this race is likely to unfold obviously chaos plays a huge huge pot and whether enable wins a third arc because what does will directly affect what Frankie has to do the neighbor and has had the worst possible. Essentially he is drawn on the wide outside. Install twelve and sought Saas is is drawn on the inside install one which is also the worst case possible for him so for both of those two leading challenges to enable they have the worst case draw immune while enable frankie perfectly happy android nine magical. Giovanni the side. That'll be absolutely fine salsas. Obviously we'll watch him. Draw aw back and he'll be called on the rail. We've seen him be stuck in traffic issues before that's going to be a huge problem for him. A meanwhile gear is going to have to use up a whole load of energy. Komo stole twelve gets the front and get across to lead which is what we know. He's GonNa try and do so that is a massive negative for him because he's used up valuable petrol and the tank just get to the front and soft light. Hughes who saw sausage pace bank has a much better drawer said he'll also be going into the front gate has overcome all these hurdles that's even before the races properly properly got going meanwhile enable will be dropped him probably a couple of off the rail hacking along with Frank. Here's we know and sought SAS is probably GonNa be dropped out and like I say have to come the traffic issues now one of the things just this also of note here is that Sea of claws last year essentially teed up what we are going to witness on Sunday which is of the CNA Guca because last year we all night with a little bit last traffic problems and having got rocking rolling a little earlier sea of claws house could easily have beaten enable. Now we know all the facts we know that enables eight seven eight five cents fit comes here this year much but a form Yada Yada Yada fought without and outside of class last year meeting that traffic and having to overcome many at the hurdles that sought size is going to have to come she. She essentially set the blueprint trip for how you beat enable yes. She didn't but she sat how you do it. If that makes sense because she with another stride she would've got there as we all know. There's no denying line not so. C- classes now laid down the blueprint about how to be enabled. We look salt. SAS who takes loads of the boxes but see of class loss yeah. He's a progressive three year old. He comes here off. The back of impressive wins. All season 'cause recco times. Yes that Glen I tait. You'll know about the ground that is touch concerning but essentially he's got a very similar profile. Obviously gets the way to allowance from enable as well. Now's how's cools. He's GonNa have to step up massively and he's going to have to overcome that draw the traffic problems but sought sizes connections will be looking at last year's his race and we'll be looking at cf class and we'll be learning from that and we'll be taking from that and working out a way to not get in the soda trouble Chic and because because that following that blueprint is going to be the best way to beat Santa Claus assaults us me while I think yet in a worst case scenario draw for both I mean what what connections of gas and salt sauce with due to swap the drawer they give a million for that because it would it be an ideal the other way around but they have like gauze played around and they've had an absolute shocker both of them gas is I'm with you. Declan worried a bit about about the bounce also obviously the former that German race you couldn't take away by how visually impressive it is it will aw and as they turn into the straight I imagine gas to be about four lengths in front enabled to be heading up the leading pack. Franchi will be sat is cool waiting to press the button gas will start coming back to them and frankie will press go butter and with a furlong to go the stands will erupt will -rupt it'll be wonderful for all of about six seconds and then the petrol gains will start to flicker enable. Hey Bill will suddenly not like winning quite such impressive fashion and out the back. Salt Saas will come with Ratto accuracy of cross but he went eh this time.
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