35 Burst results for "Archie"

Guitarist Tom Verlaine, co-founder of Television, dies at 73

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 6 d ago

Guitarist Tom Verlaine, co-founder of Television, dies at 73

"Guitarist Tom verlaine of the punk band television has died after a brief illness, according to his publicist, Berlin was 73, I'm Archie's arolla with a look at his career. Timberland's name was not Tom verlaine, it was Tom Miller, he named himself after 19th century French poet Paul Marie verlaine. Television was a mainstay of the club CBGBs in New York in the 70s, bands like pavement, Sonic Youth, and Jeff Buckley cited television as an influence. Television never charted in the U.S., but were a commercial hit in the UK. Tensions between verlaine and fellow guitarist Richard Lloyd caused the band to break up, verlaine released 8 solo albums

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Oscar snubs, surprises: No female directors, 'Babylon' bust

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last week

Oscar snubs, surprises: No female directors, 'Babylon' bust

"While everything everywhere all at once was predicted to be a big nominee for the Oscars, and it got 11. There are some surprises that come with the nominations. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. In the world. Actors who appear in the Marvel Universe films never get nominated for an Oscar until now. Angela Bassett is up for supporting actress for her role in Black Panther, Wakanda forever. They will not stop into the whole of Africa is passed. The woman king was shout out completely from the nominations, no women were nominated for best director. I won the lottery. I was the one who won the lottery. How could intra rice bro get nominated for best actress? She was in a little scene film called two Leslie, riseborough benefited from a last minute celebrity campaign to draw attention to her work.

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"Everything Everywhere All at Once" tops Oscar nominations with 11

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

"Everything Everywhere All at Once" tops Oscar nominations with 11

"The sci-fi film everything everywhere all at once leads the Oscar nominations with 11. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. What's happening? Everything everywhere all at once is up for best picture and ten other awards, including Michelle Yeoh for best actress. The other best picture nominees are all quiet on the western front, avatar the way of water, the banshees of inas Sharon, Elvis, the fable men's tar, Top Gun: Maverick, triangle of sadness, and women talking. The Academy Awards will be held in Los Angeles on March 12th, Jimmy Kimmel will host.

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'Avatar' marks 6 straight weeks at No. 1, crosses $2 Billion

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

'Avatar' marks 6 straight weeks at No. 1, crosses $2 Billion

"For a 6th week in a row, avatar the way of water is the top box office draw. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. Just breathe. Breathe. The second avatar movie earned another $19.7 million in movie ticket sales in North America, according to studio estimates, globally it's earned $2 billion. Put some boots to the last wish was second followed by Megan in third place, missing the only new widely released film from a major studio debuts at number four, a man called Otto is 5th

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Reports: David Crosby, rock star and CSNY co-founder, dies

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Reports: David Crosby, rock star and CSNY co-founder, dies

"Musician David Crosby has died at the age of 81, according to several media outlets, including The New York Times. I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at his life. David Crosby was a member of the birds until they pushed him out. He met up with Stephen Stills and Graham Nash for Crosby, Stills & Nash and sometimes with Neil Young. While CSN and CSNY had hits like sweet Judy blue eyes, our House and Woodstock, the song's Crosby contributed were more artsy. He said in a 2014 AP interview, he just wrote weird stuff. At first, you know, that was disturbing, you know, because I wanted to have hits like Steven hands or my grandma. I'm not ever going to have a hit. I've never had a hit. I will never have it. Among Crosby's claims to fame, he was the genetic father of the two children of Melissa Etheridge and her then partner Julie cypher

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AP Top 25 Movies, ranking 2022's best: What made the cut?

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

AP Top 25 Movies, ranking 2022's best: What made the cut?

"The Associated Press has unveiled its first annual AP top 25 movies list based on a poll of movie experts on the best films of last year. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. You may have heard of the AP sports poll that ranks college teams each week. The AP top 25 movie poll is similar, but just once a year, it pulled writers reporters and critics in newspaper TV radio and online. Their pick is the best film of 2022. We're still the best of Friends. The Irish dark comedy, the banshees of inas Sheeran, the sci-fi film, everything everywhere all at once, was a close second, followed by the Cate Blanchett drama tar, the sci-fi horror film nope is forth with the historical drama the woman king in 5th

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Hilaria Baldwin pleads with paparazzi to 'leave my family in peace' following news that husband Alec will be charged in 'Rust' shooting

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Hilaria Baldwin pleads with paparazzi to 'leave my family in peace' following news that husband Alec will be charged in 'Rust' shooting

"Actor Alec Baldwin will be charged with involuntary manslaughter in the shooting death of a cinematographer on a movie set outside Santa Fe New Mexico in 2021. I'm Archie Zara letta with the latest. The Santa Fe district attorney's office is charging Alec Baldwin in the fatal shooting of cinematographer halyna Hutchins on the set of the film rust in October 2021. Baldwin pointed a gun at Hutchins during a scene rehearsal and it discharged, killing her and wounding director Joel Souza. If convicted Baldwin faces up to 5 years in prison and a $5000 fine,

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Snoop Dogg, Gloria Estefan, Sade make it to Songwriters Hall

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

Snoop Dogg, Gloria Estefan, Sade make it to Songwriters Hall

"Snoop Dogg, Gloria Estefan and Jeff Lynn are among the inductees for this year's songwriter Hall of Fame. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. Snoop Dogg's weren't play and Gloria Estefan's Latin rhythms have gotten the attention of the Songwriters Hall of Fame. They will be honored at a gala in New York on June 15th. Other inductees include Jeff Lynne of electric light orchestra and smooth operator writer chard a Liz rose who co wrote songs like you belong with me with Taylor Swift also goes into the Hall of Fame. One Ballard famous for helping Alanis Morissette with her jagged little pill album will be inducted, so will teddy Riley, who is credited with creating the new Jack swing movement.

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Italian film legend Gina Lollobrigida dies at age 95

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Italian film legend Gina Lollobrigida dies at age 95

"Movie legend Gina Lola brigida has died in Rome at the age of 95, according to her agent. I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at her life. Oh, not now. Even though modern Hollywood calls either gender and actor, Gina Lola bridgetta preferred to be called an actress. Her films include come September, trapeze, and beat the devil. She also starred in the world's most beautiful woman and when people called her that, little bridgetta said in a 2008 AP interview, she went with it. Oh, you are so beautiful. You know what you can do, you know? I can't say you are wrong, complain. They love me. So it's

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Golden Globes are back on TV, but are reform efforts enough?

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

Golden Globes are back on TV, but are reform efforts enough?

"The Golden Globe Awards are back on NBC tonight after celebrities boycotted last year's event amid accusations of ethical and financial lapses within the Hollywood foreign press association. I'm Archie Sara letta with the latest. The question with this year's Golden Globes, who's going to show up. Last year's show had no celebrities, no TV deal, and winners were announced on Twitter. The Hollywood foreign press association has put in new rules and edit diversity to its membership since then, Michelle Williams says that shows progress. This organization has really done a lot of work to reform themselves and that we can support we can support change. Seth Rogen Judd Hirsch, Jamie Lee Curtis and baz luhrmann planned to attend Brendan Fraser nominated for the whale will not. Are you standing by your decision to knock out? Correct.

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Adam Rich, "Eight Is Enough" child star, dies at 54

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

Adam Rich, "Eight Is Enough" child star, dies at 54

"8 is enough actor Adam rich has died in Los Angeles at the age of 54, according to authorities. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. I bet nobody ever called you the baby of the family. Adam rich was America's little brother on 8 is enough, which aired in the late 1970s. He also had parts on code red and Dungeons and Dragons. His publicist says rich had a type of depression that defied treatment, which led him to experimental cures after several run ins with the law related to alcohol and drugs. The Los Angeles coroner's office is investigating the cause of rich's death, but it is not considered suspicious

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Jeremy Renner seriously injured while plowing snow in Nevada

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Jeremy Renner seriously injured while plowing snow in Nevada

"Extra Jeremy Renner is recovering from serious injuries suffered while plowing snow in Reno, Nevada. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. Jeremy Renner's representative says he is in critical but stable condition, but did not give details on his injuries. The washoe county sheriff's office in Nevada says renner was the only person involved in the accident, and he was flown by helicopter to a hospital. It's unclear how the accident happened. Renner, who is 51, is known for playing Hawkeye in the marvel Avengers movie and TV universe

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Another woman files sex abuse lawsuit against Cosby, NBC

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Another woman files sex abuse lawsuit against Cosby, NBC

"A woman is suing comedian Bill Cosby for allegedly drugging her and sexually assaulting her in 1986. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. Stacy pinkerton says she was a 21 year old model and flight attendant when Bill Cosby promised to help her career, her lawsuit says she had a role in an episode of NBC's the Cosby show, but it was edited out. Pinkerton says months later, Cosby drugged her at an Illinois restaurant and sexually assaulted her in a hotel room. Pinkerton also is suing NBC and the companies that produce the Cosby show, saying they knew Cosby was a danger to women. Cosby spokesperson Andrew Wyatt says Cosby denies the allegations and the lawsuit is all about money, 5 other women filed a similar lawsuit against Cosby last month.

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Anita Pointer of the Pointer Sisters dies at 74

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Anita Pointer of the Pointer Sisters dies at 74

"Singer Anita poynter of the pointer sisters has died at the age of 74, according to her publicist, a cause of death was not given. I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at her career. Anita pointer along with her sisters Ruth June and Bonnie and two brothers, Aaron and Fritz grew up as a gospel family in Oakland, California, the pointer sisters went on to have hits like slow hand, jump for my love. I'm so excited and fire. Anita and Bonnie co wrote the song fairytale that not only won the pointer sisters a country Grammy, but earned them a spot as the first black vocal group to perform at the grand Ole opry. With Anita's death, Ruth pointer is the only surviving member of the

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Vivienne Westwood, iconic fashion designer, dies at 81

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Vivienne Westwood, iconic fashion designer, dies at 81

"Fashion designer vivienne Westwood has died at the age of 81, according to her fashion house, details of her death were not given. I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at her career. What we think of as the punk rock look at the torn clothes, safety pins, irreverent t-shirts, that has a lot to do with Vivian Westwood. She was a self taught designer who created the urban street look of the 1970s in London. She partnered with Malcolm McLaren to open her first shop, and he managed the Sex Pistols who wore the clothes. Westwood transitioned to high fashion and became a respected designer without losing her fire, sometimes telling people not

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Kennedy Center Honors honor Clooney, U2

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00:42 sec | Last month

Kennedy Center Honors honor Clooney, U2

"You two and Gladys Knight are among the entertainers who will be featured on the Kennedy Center Honors special. I'm Archie's are a letter with a preview. That's Eddie Vedder performing in tribute to U2 at the Kennedy Center for the performing arts in Washington earlier this month. The annual gala was recorded for TV and airs Wednesday on CBS. Patti LaBelle tearfully sang the praises of her friend singer Gladys Knight, ballerinas performed in honor of composer Tania Leon, Sheryl Crow saying baby baby in tribute to singer Amy Grant, Matt Damon teased honoree George Clooney a lot. So did Julia Roberts before telling Clooney he deserves the honor. You are a Beacon truly leading all who know you to a happier, more fulfilling path.

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Dinesh and Debbie Express Their Disgust With the Southern Border

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:54 min | Last month

Dinesh and Debbie Express Their Disgust With the Southern Border

"Debbie and I want to say a few words about what's going on at the border and I just want to begin by expressing my disgust at the well, this is the Biden spokeswoman Jean Pierre or whatever her name is. And she K JP. Whatever. Whatever. As Archie bunker, you say whatever. Whatever. But in any event, she's like, well, we're getting ready for a surge on the border, but there's a court order to suspend tidal 42 and the journalists are like a court order to spend title 42, but didn't you push to get it suspended? Well, we have to follow the court order. Yeah, but didn't you ask the court to give you that order? Isn't that your position that you want to get rid of title 42? You want more illegals. You want increase the already epidemic traffic at the border so that just the sheer dishonesty of these people is really outrageous. Now, justice, chief justice Roberts has stepped in. And given a sort of temporary restoration or preservation, you could say of title 42. And title 42 was the rule that basically said that because of COVID because of the risk of illegals coming across the board and bringing COVID. Or other things. Or other diseases. Other communicable diseases that they could be turned away, that they could be blocked at the border, prevented from entering the United States. And so this was hardly an effort to arrest illegal immigration. It was merely a kind of, I mean, a very slender mandate. But the Biden administration was trying to get rid of an almost did get rid of the band aid. In fact, I think it's today the title 42 was going to lapse until Robert stepped in and said, four now,

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‘Avatar 2’ makes waves with $134 million domestic debut

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

‘Avatar 2’ makes waves with $134 million domestic debut

"Avatar the way of water easily won the box office in its debut weekend. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. Let's get it done. The eagerly awaited Avatar sequel made $134 million. Its first weekend, according to studio estimates, that's pretty big, enough to put it at number one, although it was estimated to bring in at least 150 million. Because of the high expectations, it did not have much competition in theaters. The number two movie this week made $5.4 million. And that was Black Panther, Wakanda forever, violence, knight was third, followed by strange world and the menu

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"archie" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"archie" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"I would think more than anyone. And I think that gives him a little bit of advantage like Carson Edwards. He's not really a point, but you have to deal with him in the last four to 5 minutes of a game. You're gonna have to deal with him. All right, well, there you have it. What we learned today, Archie loves Ohio State. Absolutely loves him, picking him number one. Hama hates Michigan. I do not have Michigan. Keep going. What else do we learn? That arch loves bakes because he doesn't need a anybody under 6 7 on his preseason first theme. And that arch is now a member of the media. Hey, that's the best part of all this. Our T Miller who I don't want to say was not a fan of the media. I think listen, I think it was a fan of Talia Goodman. More than any other media person. Am I wrong? She's great. I've never seen you was happy being interviewed as you were by Talia Goodman. The conversation is a lot different with her than it is with someone. What are you trying to say? Are you trying to say she's better than I am? Yeah, that's without a doubt. I mean, she is a much, I mean, you're pretty much dead in the water. Her future is a lot brighter moving forward. No doubt about that. You got no argument here. We just got to figure out where she's going to college. So listen, guys, appreciate you taking the time, breaking down the Big Ten. We'll have a lot more in the future. This will not be a one off from our team Miller. He will be back and Robbie hummel. I think we'll get you back for another another go around. I'll see you. I mean, contract negotiations right now. That's right. We gotta figure out a way. All right, thanks, guys. All right, guys..

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"archie" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"archie" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"To me on a nightly basis, if you ask me who I'm worried about, I'm preparing for. They're all 6 9 6 ten and 6 11 because those guys are going to follow you out. They're going to beat you up and they're going to be hard to deal with on a night produce got. You know, at any given point in the game, you're not getting a breather when you're dealing with Purdue inside. The ball is going to ball's going to go inside with those two guys for 40 minutes. They're not going to probably play too much together. But Robbie, you know as well as I do, that play card, that play package. Right? It's over there. That may be that offensive coordinator this year. He's got one job that ball's gonna touch the paint. Four out of 5 times. No. That's why it's hard for me to pick Jay and ivy to be honest. Like, I don't know who to pick out of those food. You guys, all I know is I want to practice and I just saw I saw a big ED dominated. Like, absolutely dominant. Like throwing guys throwing around like he was a rag doll. That's how big he is. That's how much better he is. Now, will he play enough? I don't know. That would be my concern is that he might just act with the opportunity minutes wise, which is well he might split. I mean, obviously each other. Yeah. Yeah. And it cancels itself out. You know, bar to like the bigs in the league, right? Getting filed trouble. They're playing each other. The great thing for painter is he's got two of them. One of them gets in a file trouble it almost makes his job a little bit easier in a way. Yeah, I think one of the things that, you know, we always talk about here is what a guy's done, production wise. But the best of the best have to find a way to play both ends of the floor. And I think when you start talking about perdue, they have a lot of guys that Robbie, you know, you can speak to as well as anybody. Nobody's going to emphasize defense playing hard, toughness, like Matt's going to do. And can he put those combinations on the floor that work together on both ends? You know, talking to a lot of guys and in particular, you know, thinking about perdue, Matt's going to talk about number one, they're going to be in Ken palm this year. One, two, three, four, 5,.

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"archie" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"archie" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"And to me, I'm not sure there'll be a guy that's more electric with the ball, playing the two man game. And being able to impact the game from an offensive standpoint. So if you told me Andre capella was a first second team all American, his production and the way that he's going to handle the ball and play in their style with Kofi in and around the spacing around. He's going to be tough to deal with. Jade and ivy and Zack Edie, if you put either one of those two guys on first team all conference, you'll have no you'll have no mistake. I think part of it is those two guys are going to have to assume those dominant roles as sophomores, whereas freshman you saw it, but you look at the two summers that both of those two kids had, this off season, you may not find two more productive summers with USA basketball and then Zach and the FIBA world championships as well. I coached in this world championships. That competition is at the highest level that you can get in terms of plan on that stage and those two guys produced. So if those two guys merge, I mean, Zack Edie, there isn't anybody in college, basketball like them, and I also tell you this, he's playing for the perfect coach because there is no better coach in America that has the ability to take that guy and put him right where he needs to be get him the ball without a dribble, not able to double team and get him the ability to score the ball. He's done it with Han with biggie swan again with AJ hammonds, trading on a little bit, trading on maybe a little bit more off the bounce, but Zach 80 from a production standpoint, the amount of minutes he plays, if you do a PER player efficiency rating based on the off, it's going to be off the charts in terms of what he does in the amount of minutes that he's in the.

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"archie" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"archie" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"I've been there for games that I've played. I've been there for big tenacity challenge games where they're playing duke with JJ Redick. It's like the roof is going to blow off. It really is the loudest place in the big time. Bobby, you can call them Archie. You don't have to be recruited me. What do you mean? No way. I didn't know he's not much older than you. I'm not. I thought homo was like 40 yards, so I figured the same age about similar. Robbie, Robbie was a terrific player. We were recruiting him down at NC state when I was down there. He came to came down on a visit and whatnot. Obviously, a multiple times. He's a great he was a great guy to recruit. Obviously you can tell he was going to be successful. And but I would say when it comes to Indiana, trace is trace. You're going to get great production from him. I think it's going to come down to their additions that they've added in the off season. And to me, no one did a better job in the off season. Than being able to put important pieces in place than to make their team better than Indiana. Okay, the staff did a great job of being able to identify we have to get a couple things done here to help the cause because we do have good players. There's some guys in here that are Big Ten players. You have production from race Thompson, rob fantasy. You have a four man freshman class that all played his freshman that are a year older than I know he'll be better, just because it's an easier transition in year two. They'll have a change. But that being said, Xavier Johnson in Parker Stewart. I'd add Miller cop in there a little bit. But Xavier Johnson and Parker Stewart did anybody in America add that type of productivity to their team from college players that have done it. I'm not sure anybody added two pieces that have the minutes or the production. Both guys play a pivotal role to me in taking that pressure off a trace where you know what he has an off night or it's not his best game, but he doesn't have to get 26 and 12. He got 14. And you know what? They had a back court, get 25 between. That's the difference in Indiana this year being really, really good and right there on the border will be that production from the backcourt. And I think shooting is going to be a big deal. Stewart will, you know, to me, Parker can really shoot. I think Miller cop coming across so to speak the street, that's what he does well. It'll be interesting to see his role. You know, his role in northwestern played an assistant in a style, I thought that was pretty good form. We'll see how he's used. But Indiana's got some depth and Robbie made a great point last year, not having Joey brunk really, really took a toll on the inside game defensively for race Thompson and trace. Not having that third guy. You got to have that third guy in conference play in the Big Ten who can handle the amount of size that's coming at you on a nightly basis and then being able to add to replace that. Then they have three guys who can, you know, on a nightly basis, play that spot. And, you know, to me, that's a big addition. I like what they did. I think they're going to have a great season..

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"archie" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"archie" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"That's for sure. Hey, art, so I'm going to put you in the spot here. Who is the coach you did not want to go up against? I mean, there are so many good coaches in this league. Obviously. You got a Hall of Famer in Israel. I'm assuming, I don't want to put words in your mouth. Who's the guy that you just felt like when it gets down to it the end of a game last couple minutes that you were like, you looked across and you were just you didn't want to deal with that guy. Well, it's hard to, you know, single guys out. I mean, coaches are obviously a Hall of Famer. Matt, painter's head in there. In my time in the Big Ten, the most impressive guy to deal with when it came to manipulating the game or just the prep work and then some of the things that went on during the game was actually John B line. And I know coach B line is in there right now. But when you talk about the utmost respect for system style maneuvering his years when I was in the league, they were final for good every year almost. And to me, he was, you know, as an impressive as it gets because it's the total system. It's how he does it every day. But you can go down the line between Greg garb to Mark turgid. I feel like Chris Holman is going to have Ohio State and final four..

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"archie" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"archie" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"Ten preview and listen. I couldn't find to better running mates on this one for the big ten. The robbie homeowner rt miller robbie home will play purdue for. I don't know eight nine years. Whatever it was Archie miller has been in indiana the last few years and guys let. Let's start with storylines in the first thing that comes to mind when you're looking at the big ten this year is the bigs and there are a ton of them. I mean a ton of them and they're really good robbie. Have you ever seen a league like this where you've got so many good bigs last year and the year before that too so yes ads It's been a pretty incredible run. I think is the game has gotten smaller especially when you look at the nba and just to see the quality of big men that have been the big ten conference over the last three seasons It's just been it's been crazy Garza daniel to rue guys. That have gone onto tanabe in the nba. And look at who's come back trayvon. Williams-brice jackson davis kofi cobra hundred dickinson. I mean there's just. I didn't even mention zach easy. He seven four guy So it's it's been incredible. Run in the big ten has been just absolutely loaded with big the last couple of years. Aren't you have one of 'em trace jackson dave huntley in the mix there. I mean what's it like you. You had one but every every game you're going up against the big time big. Yeah you know. I think the league is incredible when it comes to prepare. It's unlike your non conference schedule in a lot of ways because when you schedule in the league you know almost any given night it's gonna stop and start with some type of inside attack with a first or second team. All american who you know quite honestly can really impact the game in big ways both ends of the floor to you know when we start to talk about how hard is score on some of the size in the lake but from the individual battle perspective. You're not gonna find more of a heavyweight night in night out have to bring it to to to the floor when you start to talk about the individual matchups between those guys and if you watched the year ago even like ravi. Last year's i mean the game really dictated on your best players playing well in they're going up against a guy who's there equal almost on a given night some cases and to me. That's what makes the league still unique in so hard to deal with and When you look at their returning as well they're not young cops. I mean you have older big strong experienced big ten players on a nightly basis. That know what to do in that makes it even more difficult. Sometimes you deal with. The young freshman is pretty good him but he gets whipped because he's young. That's not the case. If these guys experiences well next storyline. I would say. Probably the new coaches robby got three of them. Would senate indiana micro shrewsbury penn state. Ben johnson minnesota thought was calm. Honestly all three. Were surprised if you look at them onto all three of them. I never thought an assistant coach really would be hired as the head coach of of a major program and ben johnson kinda started and then there are other guys who followed suit What do you think of the new group of again..

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"archie" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"archie" Discussed on AP News

"I'm Archie Szaroleta with the latest Jeff Bridges writes on his website that his tumor that was 12 inches is now the size of a marble. He also says he and his wife, Susan, guest in came down with Covid 19 in January while he was undergoing chemotherapy. Bridges says his wife spent five days in the hospital while he was hospitalized for five weeks. As he puts it, he was getting close to the pearly gates because of his compromised immune system. Bridges says he had a tough recovery and needed oxygen to walk around, But he got well enough to walk his daughter down the aisle and dance at her wedding. The Census Bureau says a share of Americans living in poverty rose slightly last year. The Covid 19 pandemic shook the economy last year, but massive relief payments pumped out by Congress eased hardship for many, according to the Census Bureau. The official poverty measures showed an increase of 1% point in 2020, indicating that 11.4% of Americans were living in poverty. It was the first such increase after five consecutive annual declines. But a more complete supplemental measure of poverty, which takes into account income streams, such as stimulus payments actually showed That the share of people in poverty dipped After the aid was factored in. I'm Shelley Adler. Some of Broadway's biggest shows reopened tonight like Hamilton, The Lion King, Wicked and Chicago. My name is Alexander Hamilton Hamilton, creator and star tweeted out with my dog. This morning, a kind neighbor walked by and whispered Happy opening night, Lin Manuel Miranda went on in his tweet to say it's real, so grateful. Happy opening night Broadway abruptly shut down in March because of the pandemic. Chicago is also reopening..

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"archie" Discussed on Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"archie" Discussed on Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

"Omg my friends. This is exciting. This guest i know. I say it every time. But i'm telling you a good one come in for you. Today we have archie messersmith bunching. You may know him as the feelings guy. And i gotta tell you. The instagram caught my attention for so many reasons. And you guys know. I love instagram. Little obsessed sa-. Let's take a minute and welcome archie to the show archie. Thank you so much for coming on and doing an episode with me. Yes. i'm excited. Can you imagine y'all. I couldn't find anyone so i just got this guy. This is going to be crappy if we did that. If i opened every episode going okay. This is going to be a mediocre guest at best lower. Lower your expectations everybody. This one is going to be trying. But that's not the case. You've got to laugh today. So as you said i am the feelings guy and I own my own. Speaking consulting business called archie care and my goal is to reframe the perception surrounding mental illness suicide in addiction by focusing on feelings I discovered that for me that was where the big gap was that I mean i don't know about you. But i remember my high school conversation about feelings like i don't remember that at all so like those big void of like learning and so that's that's how i i work with with people today talking about feelings it so interesting you know when you think back on high school or even college really sure. I don't know that they teach us anything super useful. You know just talking about. I'm like they're not teaching is like Budgeting and being smart money living within our means. They're not teaching us. Emotional intelligence feelings coping skills. Like where's all that stuff like..

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"archie" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"archie" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"Hello and welcome to juicy scoop. I'm back with kimberly archie. Who is my expert on everything. Legal and more involving tom girardi now estranged ex husband of real houses. Beverly hills erica. Jane saudi lawsuits so many things. I was just like just come in and explain it to myself the people but before we get into that you have been reading some of the comments and i like that. You have a sense of humor. Would you like to respond to what people have said about you. Kimberley Probably the thing. I seen the most often is that i remind people frozen bar or like someone said. I'm getting roseanne barr vibes or something and i was like oh and then some of them would be nice and be like well. She doesn't look like a really. It's just more like her. No give a shit attitude or what. I have not seen that one. I agree first of all huge. And and and i think she's you know one of the funniest people were all. She inspired me to be a comedian. And now that you say that. I can kind of see it the way you can just like. Drop these funds without trying to be funny like it's just a very natural cadence about you which i think is why people related unloved roseanne so much especially in the early part of her career so i don't think that's negative. What else did you get you know like. Oh like we want hear talk more about like ponzi schemes or evil lawyer. okay okay. We'll get into that kind of you said you were compared to another rocker. Oh right oh one of my favorite ones. Yeah i looked like gene simmons. So like i'm a chick version jeanson i love it. Yeah i thought it was funny. Yeah you're too. I mentioned thanks. But i got distracted. Very good well. My favorite is always been that. I look like the mean Puppet that rides the tricycle in saw. Which is you know a huge movie. I had seven of them. So i always said if i can be compared to someone who starred in seven horror films. One of the biggest blockbusters ever than let's have it so it's always good to just embrace it and say thank you but i also get a lot of great comments because people thank you for explaining it. So let's just get into it. Let's start with last week's episode of real house. Was beverly hills. okay now. The last two episodes erica now has revealed to the girls. She unfortunately had to file for divorce and she is crying and she sat about it and it just interesting because basically in the years previous she said thomas iraqi supports her he so great But we also did witness him cut her off be rude however in the book which i read it was only great things which was what made me say the book is boring like how they're not one. Juicy story about maybe. Some snobby lawyer's wives ignored her. Nothing in there she also send you never read it but now she is crying she went to meet kyle and she war but we go go crying with mascara from a survey there's waterproof mascara since nineteen thirty eight. So that's before we were all born so she i'm sure she could get waterproof mascara still i mean well. She cried very hard once when she freaked out on. Elaine davis davidson in hong kong. And did not cry then. camille grammer. Brought up for house was severely hills that they went swimming in the actual ocean in the bahamas and there was no mascara. Kushida sunglasses queen to like. She likes big sunk. i do too. She likes being sunglasses. So there's even there were scenes that somebody posted where she's inside with sunglass. She sitting in bright sunlight right with non waterproof mascara. You know just solving the other part of it is listen i don't like waterproof mascara. I don't because i feel like it never comes off but when i've cried when anyone's cried whether you have makeup on or not. It's a natural thing to go like this. I don't have a tissue. You go like this if you're talking to your friend and she's balling whether cameras or not you either. Try to find her a tissue or calm and like literally. Wipe her chair. Yes black tears. Go down now for some of our listeners. Some of you may remember this. Some of you may not. There's also been a great. Tv movie made about the tammy faye bakker was a woman who was also caught in a horrible scandal of where they stole money from all their originators and she got on camera she wore a lot of mascara and she cried in the mascara rolled down her faith. So kyle is sitting there in. Kyle's getting said to and kyle seeing her cry and she's wiping away tears a little. Now come on that whole scene. And i watched it yeah. Did she take acting classes. Because i thought she went to like an art high school in atlanta. What she needs to get her my for any classes. 'cause nobody was buying any of that. I mean that was terrible acting. It was horrible. Well as much as i like kyle. Kyle's our friend. And i think they planned out this tier fest with the thing. We have to stay far apart because a cova did so. We're gonna sit outside. But i'm not going to remind you to wipe your face in less cal comes out and goes you know what was edited out is where i was like why you're could've added wipe off her face. Which is not a normal thing to do unless you're planning on. I'm gonna do this sympathy thing with the black mascara. Okay okay so so kathy. And i talked about this scene and remind everybody who casts. Kathy's my childhood best friend. And she's joe's mom they were in the documentary on hulu. And they're the clients. That sued tom over two years ago. and does eleven million and he still owes them. Yeah okay eleven million dollars. So cathy i. She's been watching it since. Erica got on because you know they had dealings with them. She thought maybe she learned something new. So we're talking about it and she said something that really struck me the. She's like she wants people to be sympathetic. But she's not sympathetic right. Who gave you that. Narrative like your crafting. This pr stuff. I mean come on. We all know she's on a reality show. She's done enough media she. Her side has to crafting narratives and lay it out. Who's doing it. You know. I mean tweedle dee and tweedle dum yet. Who's coming up with this because it looks wild. I mean it doesn't make sense. I you know. I always said. I didn't know why she took didn't take the narrative of i was with dumb waitress. I was told. I could spend whatever i want. I knew that my husband was getting these big windfalls. But i thought we were spending the forty percent of the windfalls. I never knew that anything was being and yet did i sign papers. I should've read. That's a very common thing. But the.

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"archie" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

09:16 min | 1 year ago

"archie" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"Have our expert back to talk about air. Ca jane kimberly archie. We're going to cover the explosive episode this week with the tears of black mascara coming down her face and so much more all the different lawsuits and what that means. But i let me just cover a couple topics. Okay britney spears you guys a lot going on there. She got to speak on july fourteenth in which She basically said. I will not perform anymore on any stage and also also included this in some of her instagram posts. As long as my dad is in charge. I'm not going to put on makeup. I'm not going to perform on a vegas stage. And she also said you know. It was fine but i don't need to go there and have contact with people where i get a contact high from weed and meet all these people in sweat and work and all the stuff and still not be able to go to the spa. Still allowed to go to the spot. I'm done working like that. And i've done it for thirteen years so the only kind of dancing you're going to see is what i do on this instagram. And i don't like the criticism so either enjoy me spinning around or don't say anything at all so we always. We're getting some answers about this instagram. I believe crowd surface still in charge but I have some sources that i'm getting information from one. Being the confusion of her post Last week where it was opposed if she and her boyfriend sam and they looked really cute like they were on a hike and she said doesn't even look like such a daddy and he liked it then. People realize that was a photo that sam used for around february fourteenth so they thought that that was the powers that be that. Put this out and by sam liking. It is sam part of this instagram. No what it means. Is she liked that photo to so she actually posted that because she liked the photo of the two of them together and then he liked her photo. It's a lot to cover. But she is speaking out. She even though judge penny said that she was not going to remove jamie her dad from the conservative ship. She did say you can finally hire your own attorney. And the attorney that she got was this guy matthew rosengard and interestingly enough i heard that he at one time represented sean penn. So some people believe maybe this connection came because madonna is now getting involved in helping britney spears we've also heard from christine aguilera and shares been very vocal about it so That's very good. She did say great things about her fans but she also said the things in these documentaries highlighting these parts of her life that are humiliating to her how they highlight. You know her up getting upset. Shaving her head hitting the car with the umbrella You know we know now how much the be played a part in making us aware of the fact that she was struggling. I mean she gets called They they call the ambulance because at one point she had you gotten to a bathroom with her child and that made them nervous that she was having a psychotic break along with everything that was going on and divorced probably postpartum being shutter to children close together and just being the child star in general and having the whole world watcher literally i i saw this somewhere. The cameras the like tmz cameras or whatever they were the cares were inside the actual ambulance of where they were evaluating her before they drove off. We saw that at home. I mean if that isn't a violation and if that didn't probably have something to do with the conservative shipping granted thirteen years ago but then she just continued. This way is just really shocking. So she also said. I will not do this. Do any more work until my father leaves. I will never sing or dance until my father is not part of this and then she also brought a persistent now. The sister thing is super interesting. Jamie lynn is younger sister. We i saw genuine when she was about nine and j n brittany was like eighteen years old as we know the mom and dad that also managed jamie lynn's career and she was on the show. Calzone wanna one. She said she got pregnant. I guess she's continually somewhat worked. I don't really know what else she's done but she brought up her sister and she goes. I did not appreciate my other families. Lack of support family members lack of support. And i didn't enjoy my sister performing my songs to remix his out awards shows so i looked it up from two thousand seventeen. I think maybe it was further back. That but britney looked great. She was getting some disney award. The first annual icon award and she sitting with her two boys and they go now. We have a surprise for you. We have these three stars and a surprise star and starts out one girl. Singing know hit another girl. Singing britney hit. But they're doing it like almost like american idol where they kind of changed the song. You know like hit mitt baby who are not and you're like we just hear it. The way britney did it okay so then. The final person is her sister. Jamie spears comes out. Sings the song. She got all this blonde hair on her and her mom and she gets up and looks like britney surprise and she's cheering for her sister and the sister cannot dance. And doesn't i don't even know if it's her singing the words or not or lips but what a surprise. Oh isn't that great. And of course she's next door mov who's thrilled to see her other child up there performing but it is weird and it's very much whatever happened to baby jane in like a twist. That is the best movie ever look it up. It's a black and white film with brady. Bette davis and i believe and bancroft. I'm not exactly sure who's in it. But it's bette davis and it is about two sisters and one of the sisters becomes a very big movie star and the other one was a child star but never really made it past that and bette davis than runs over her sister party and now the big star is a invalid in the sense that she's can't get out of a room because she's in a wheelchair and the crazy sisters keeping her is her captor her. You know she's the girl she's kathy bates and misery and it just reminded me of that. Like here's jamie spins spears kind of. I don't know how much she she says. I jamie lynn finish. Says i have nothing to do with my sisters conservatory ship conservative. I don't benefit whether it stays or whether it doesn't however she is said some things that i think she's throwing out things to make us believe that britney still is not mentally stable enough not to have the conservative. She just said I'm here i'm strong. I'm stable. I think the word stable is like an f you to brittany and then of course right. After the first time britney spoke she said I don't care what my sister does. I don't care if she goes to the rainforest and has a bunch of babies. I don't care if she does this other crazy thing. She can go to the moon if she wants. Well that's how what britney was saying. She was saying she would just like to have the freedom to driver car. Make her own music creator own songs and have a child when she's already been proven that she has two kids and they're doing very well So there is a weird of a lot of history and weirdness between brittany and jamie lynn. Her younger sister. I don't know where the brother ryan comes in. I know at one point he was working for jamie the dad under the brittany spears business and he was making two hundred thousand. I don't know where he is in this today. But it's all good and she's gonna speak again on june twenty third. Oh however when she shaved her head remember that was so shocking when she stopped at a place in shaved her head well willow smith just shaved her head and it's just being received as strength strong. You're strong human. You know letting that freedom go of your hair and then her mom is gonna shave your head to. I don't if the grandma's gonna shave your head. I don't know what red table episodes about shaving your head but what a difference thirteen years makes when a woman shaves her head and how it's perceived right so I just wanted to bring up that point hokkien. Now let me talk about a little update on the worst mother on earth. Laurie valo so as the case is coming for her being charged for the murder of her her daughter and son..

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"archie" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"archie" Discussed on Broken Record

"J. a. s. s. Yes so it seems to me to confirm the origin of the word to the french people who settled in new orleans and who gave it the name jazz and yet that would tend to make sense. Then they'll be the french connection. Yeah action yeah. Did you have a composition of yours that you return to most often either in your mind or in an you're playing something you think about most often in other words favourite composition or one that you just for whatever reason return to most often. I've have Recall you jama dedicated to my daughter. Played that quite a bit in the another piece A dedicated to elmo hope. Go hope to which i played quite a bit. I'll ask one last question. When quincy jones put out back on the black in the early nineties. I remember that you weren't the biggest fan of it because it put people like dizzy. Gillespie and surrounded them by different. Trappings is different idioms. So i was curious. You know how your views have changed since then. You've never seem to be a person who felt restricted to one style of music. So i'm just curious how you felt collaborating with your nephew. Who's who's rapper. Raw politics. I feel very close to wrap because i did would be called to slam today. I guess in sydney to my grandmother. Mama rose back in the sixties. And i did another poem set to music. Call the wedding bells and california so i feel that in a way. I'm kind of one of the originators of rap music along with the last poets and likes to news lovin bench. I i was very early into mixing words and music so Playing with my nephew was really privileged in that. I enjoyed it very much because vizo getting back into something. Even i had explored many years before archie. I don't wanna keep you from you practice. I know you're going to be practicing. Now thank you so much for doing this. It's really an honor and it's been an honor to listen to your music all these years as well thank you so much interest interesting questions and interesting interview. They start for sharing stories with us from incredible career to hear a favorite songs ted to broken record. Podcasts dot com sure to subscribe youtube channel. Youtube dot com slash. Broken record pod. We can find all of our new episodes. You can follow us on twitter at broken record. Broken records healthily arose. Jason gambro martine gonzales. Eric sandler and jennifer sanchez with engineering. Help from the chafee. Executive producer is meal. Broken record is production of cushman also considered becoming a push push. Nick is a podcast. Subscription offers bonus content and add free uninterrupted listening for four ninety. Nine look for push. Nick exclusively on apple podcast subscriptions. And if you liked the show please pleased share rate on your podcast. App greets address enrichment..

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"archie" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

The Relaxed Dog

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"archie" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

"That. We take holiday. Do you think he would have a favorite holiday destination. No because he didn't get taken that much his first year We would software away abroad so he didn't go away that much if he's the favorite the nation then maybe like a summation on one of his walks potentially beach because he's not so much from a young age not the ball for him for him so he's obviously associate seen beechwood sapna bowl frame for him. Really good i'm question. I asked everyone to complete the sentence accomplish. My dog ate chocolate. How did that go us. An option would be fine afterwards. Yeah absolutely fine. Yeah yeah and yeah was fine after charles. He wasn't something that we struggled with from. A young age was immediately. Wasn't a dude shortly now because of just just build through driving. The dog announced to do a better novel box on any rosen's wasn't the best easter foresee. Which is something. I commonly say jack russell sir. Ernest problematic out. The food drive seattle's a bit of a fussy sweet. Didn't he wasn't the type of dogs are at each Just going eat things on the wall or anything like that or on sponsoring some chocolates and so to start with the same sort of food throughout his life. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. He was a bit of a dry mix. Yeah he was but when it comes to food he was definitely also. The pocket visited the controller of food as he we would feed them together which is not some crazed the had a copy governor is is an easy task so they will now and again. He was a little bit more hungrier. Neil this you'd be able to. Just walk towards your. Just lock them away from the foul he was. He was incredible to traveling and being able to control the dogs with energy and just body language he was very very thin and have been good strengths on found if he was He was ever like we gave them any treats or anything like that or bones. Anything If he wants it about it was has nobody'd ever really challenging for even though oskar was a much bigger dog and probably a lot more physical lot in a d. Just never try try and take anything from him because he had the real physical presence. Real confidence brave strong physical presence about nice. It's good to have that sort of the one that keeps everyone else implies sixteen so nothing really go there aga he actually go used to sleep. opponents locked or the day before lockdown and quite south lease only one of actually going to the battery surgery within Stunned panel adventures laments with him. Was i think to the end of his life was how he coped with injuries on his back legs so both the mccollum pick sides and we took him to the bats in the other love off rights and stone because he was all the behave points in operation wouldn't make a difference while months on johansen he could walk on them but he coached ready. Also i think in his later life just like saying open and still hopping smythe and was like the golden knights to me To see how he stay hoppy for all of his life of that was a call now. They took china now. I still have that sort of personality. The the incharge in control but not that sort of like unifies. Yeah yeah yeah. It's one of the just told me so much. I think he told me a lot about how dogs saw. How can be held. The he controls situations how energy is very much a king and the dog. Well it's it's not just about physical presence. It's about how you present yourself how you can control situations. Crises told me like told me a lot about myself and taught me out to how to find that compassion for for a at didn't know that actually have on and compassion for animals. He just woke up a firework over a loaf so want to be able to go out there and help as many dogs as coast. And just don't take without saying in a sing with ever happened I think of the just gone out and go oscar on floyd and navin of all cheer no ever vaccine the of runs davidson liking today. Amazing what they can do joint to let people know your social media links in your business yet. The business I've got his co. polls in nature is obviously like you say a world based company and all website is w. w. readout posing natured okudah. Uk on you say follow always on instagram. Which is paul's on the skull and on the school nature we have just And the just on our brand new website which you've all all services and information etc and we have got a center on the world which is a golf enclosed area and in dose that combine for training dogs also kennels and we've got a hydrotherapy pool on lots of facilities so when we vote and trains we have like top notch yourself see. Cbs got folks sooner medical place. And i'm also coming out as well next This november two newspaper. So i'm going to be training with mike rabelo share my sober involved. And i'm we've also got something in the pipeline governor allowed to say it's going to be doing in your finger at that's coming out. We have stolen ref- written a manual for the finger. Click on also video support video. There will be released soon. Be getting sold by technologies. It's dan new product is the finger clicker on. We've done the manual for that. Which is honestly do so. He's regretted the training manual for the coca. that's excellent. Thank you again very much for taking the time to have a chat with me about archie using little dog. Yeah yeah absolutely amazing. Thank you thank you very much for listening. I hope that you enjoy the show. If you'd like to leave any of review on the platform that you're listening on it would be appreciated if you wanna contact us Make a suggestion or anything at all. Jump onto the facebook group. Always happy to listen to feedback there until next week. 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"archie" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

The Relaxed Dog

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"archie" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

"The enjoy the beach. Yeah absolutely loves shopping or autumn big on the beach. we'd take them so the beach and that some big on the sound of oscar because he was the one that separation anxiety a golden servier. God no anything nieves a bit stressed new stuff geoghegan and is very much. The pawsox ulterior is awesome is an a drive to wanna dig And so we used to take them to the beach in we and dig on the beach. We stop them house and in the garden But we left them big on the beach so the used to go on the beach. Fo- bev -able full them and then we'd have this j beat stall making the across the sons and tell them that this tragedy just obviously humanizing the growth. Tell them there's a treasure treasure in the song underdogs it. Just start thinking and digging and digging and digging and be digging capacity digging in digging holes. Yeah it was lost What about the water Archie ready than like also the terror governance archie. Just standard the wolf's aside balk them into combat. Yeah it wasn't a final. He never liked bruins. Above all pro s younger brother oscar. The opposite also governor saying he just along for ages and then clouds and ninety. You didn't even not pro bowl and for all week govern enough himself. Yeah did you Did you ever come across any sort of other wildlife at on straws and things like that hikes. Yes yes where we see. A lot of Robinson squirrels bags as wildlife on the wpro. So he would. He would see stuff like episode prey. Drive was was not really an stronger. Saw lasco running phones to them and any routes embark so whilst much in in terms of a homeowner who's doing Oh yeah he didn't have much pain. Dr toll And i think that this presents because of the condition of me taking on the mosab anybody. Young puppy and your. You didn't have much better drive the other two dead. They they go off square chasing the whole time. You're on of all he doesn't care for big squeeze out this james is is. Would you say that he had any sort of. We'd or peculiar habits. Yeah not really no. We don't have. It's no not really given the choice. What would have been his favorite activities apart from the from the bottom out. Sorry fat from the ball apart from the ball so disease so he used to. Aren't you love into to the woods on He was very much value. Just snippy dog. So why we go on walks. Very very interested in is vitamin so he took him to like woodland he spend a lot of time. Just sniffing sniffing. Dogs smells on govern to like i. He would spend time just like sniff flowers and sniffen the obits of on trees. And he's very very nosy in that sense where you needed to absorb holland vitamins. And when he got into like his is all the as he did. I even more because he was less physical unless i found to be very intelligence news as a dog that because he needed some palma fulfilment he didn't just i mean you as the excellent wak and as well as a you would find that in a of things which on what like you say. One of the things enjoyed was just net loss. Nothing valley intensely sniffen. So you wanna walk on your hotel ronin and he would stay bach and they love like you'd have to wait for him sometime way because he'd be so engaged and so entertained by like this won't smell of zyppah trae or show incident. Yeah nothing Said something as neither really sort of coming into woodside now way sent work and people getting their dogs to to us. They nuys as a lot more now becoming aware of that. Absolutely when it's something that you can never look. It's it's always a gracious thing. I think for a dog mentally to to to feel that sense of is to use a nose in ghetto. Burn as natural as possible. And it's something that. I've always tried to integrate into walking my dog so we spent a lot of time at the beach in the days as as i've matured free my career and become more knowledgeable of kind of realize the importance of and viral now and to tell him where we can just take them to a place is like full of different. Smells you buy though. The dogs like say squirrels and beds and couches and if wildlife you can almost see us sometimes where it can be an environmental diffuse affoil like aggressive dogs will off dog aggression issues but if you take like safe on a long line to a place like Like a a forest area will often get so connected to the in vitamin that allows them to be a little bit mole sapna. Nfc up of dogs in the same kinds of areas sale. So we've we of us. Environmental issues. All ramblers asia with talks us traveling with any others in the ready yet so because archie calm from the mountains. It's obviously a couple of rounds. Bocuse absolutely fine on the janney and things he just left and because we were so octave and given out and do a different walks all time then constantly in the back of the car in juvenile wales and all the where all given different walks so it kind of condition them to always be akin to be fair. We were fortunate. Oscar was from the seminaries out you. From almost like you know a couple of miles away from various from different breed and floyd was from bradford which was quite a drive away from us. And so on the janney buckle three oh freya. Them already really accepted okay. There was no whimper and a wine and ready to from them there was no science stress. All yet also included archie. Were really very traveling you could. You could travel three four hours with him. In the back of the call and d walnut break in between and the absolute finally it just goes to sleep of eighty ferocious and not way but that could just be down to that. We did the law in the you. Just accept it from a very any age cost and you mentioned earlier. The a caravanning as well. Yeah yeah we took to take him. It's like do trapped and be a static caravans so wouldn't be well Be kind of nervous hooked onto the bucky vehicle and caravan signal. Motorhome your time. Yeah yeah so. Yes i've be. Stop to count on.

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"archie" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

The Relaxed Dog

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"archie" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

"Sheep or something on one of all walks in each them and he's more interested in spending his time of people. I think that was testament to me. Spend enough time with him as a young paul and have not strong. Human dogs connection with him a maiden more of a people's person potentially as well him Big abscess on his pocket and modern to spend a lotta time indoors with with myself from my policy. I think he'd become more much more of a people bulk than about that. Went off play with the dogs the time or dogs. That miss wants to go home to an extra. So yeah the question is he was an indoor dog an old mine all i don't have any them eleven kennels outside their all throw like if you like house pets pet dogs no other way i need them on the type of and spoke position or anything with them i to be avenue in my household right now go a staff tara I've got a pomeranian. I've got a new upper. He was one of our cheese. The old semblance if you likable. Three separate jack. Russell's offer free different this because jefferson. And i've still got one last. Which is floyd. He was the youngest of the trainees. He's actually in my house right now. Allow us yeah. What about Sleeping arrangements that the change with imagine time or slider sign. Yes oh hey kind of the days. We always allowed a so. We made sure we got the fundamental right. Evy was coming over. Khalip sevens on the couch or anything like that. He would always ask to be invited Bolt if in the early days it was kind of quite free where he would just be able to come into the bedroom. We'd bathroom the bedroom. Sometimes you try and get an address. Those which was allowed obviously on attempts we used to belong to said your stops a little bit of freedom potentially not were do now. Probably it'd be a lot more crate training involved now Bowl with him. A me have a great deal of knowledge of how to train the dog properly ego law freedom within the house will now things look different because of of now kids off a one number one on the way to an animal science. I they all stay downstairs. Just stay in the kitchen. Nfl butts in the kitchen and we stay upstairs so they don't get upstairs now. So it's changed win. Archie was young. What was his five games or things like that. He enjoyed plying so absolutely love the ball. Absolutely it off that. So he's very very ball. Obsessed toys us very much in supply. So i used to do the slow things down on the ground. Like source of hope she name and messing about with him and each often komen instigate need poll. You had any by iranian fight yet very gently. He's very very soft. Tony play better engage in a very very soft and wasn't so in eat. never have a push the boundary. Where like by you to pulpy. That will they'll just pulse you say father. They'll just continue continually by hands and don't own to stop. He was ready when supply went off off. Switch on a suppose that was because we told him not all. He was ready johnson goal but you moved playing and interacting with humans. I loved chasing the ball which was kind of the the bull kind of leads into why he ended up this for job. I when he could finally go out and walks which was a little bit too late he we. I took him up to all local park. Which is a massive big park. It's actually a think on central park in new york actually central park in new yorkers merit on this park as fac and have paul. It's on the world and england. It's a massive park and talk him into beckenham park. We went for a walk round and he met spring hispaniola. How to bowl a springer spaniel is obsessively bringing the ball back to china. And she's travel on all she goes to this dog in stocks balkan. Because it's a bowl so at at the time. Now i can see where that was going to go at the time. Thought just to engage in favor. The ball governor. That's what dog student being a completely -nother novice and knowledgeable dog. Owner s is of why i have empathy when people don't neville all things about dogs on the they don't see all signs because once upon a time i was out same passion This dog has playmates bowl archie. Walk the dog. Probably two or three years old nexen drops the ball and just jobs and starts talking to him A de come off of a local on his show so it sounded a lot worse and it was Do llano easy rescreening. A hold of him put him back on the eat. Took him on his -solutely terrified. Because my little baby jack russell that was my wealth and of spending all my time with had been in my. I wasn't savagely attacks in my eyes. Even savagely attacked by this crazy springer spaniel on the walk on icon. But i was traumatized. Eat within a couple of minutes. I was traumatized by the hell experience that i had to. I add to find some on. Susan information and not got me on a tough of studying a lot of folk psychology and i ended up. Studying allow will psychology abol of david meech books There was a guy and the uk. Coach sean alice here. We're gonna even left with wolves even canada. I'd rather some of his books about myself quite into little side of it and started reading the level. Don't try training and dog psychology and the battle to And a business as a career got so kind of obsessed with the whole theory of it. The push me into doing this for joe. It's amazing it's you. You certainly bought bonfire not the first person that of chatted to do that just for having a pet dog. All of a sudden they career path has might u-turn or eighteen. And and just gone in a Pathway they had no audie. And i never would have said. Oh yep all do that with dogs. And then that's what i do. Yeah yeah yes. It's interesting isn't it. Because you kinda think you know when you go on just a little pinnacle what. What did he call a critical until critical point in your life can just send up around to make you change what you do. Yeah but but incident change his behavior when he was out with other dogs and bowls also from my experience of welcome. If jockeys reflective honda's hundreds of jack russells and the time offend training that. They're either for my experience. I have a wall so they're either really faithful nervous and anxious dogs other completely re boston. Red confidence on archie. Whether it's stuff that we don't from an young age them or just as genetic is penalty make open the blind come from He was already ready confident. Dog ready confidence and very very trust. In so many ways he was very You could on a walk with them to like so my way you'd have like say we've got byles where you have to go up and down like little rock faces on. He could hang off the edge of a rock face. And you put your hands up to me. Actually jump into your hands is actually trust you with his life he was. He was remarkably. Brace remarkably brace. Let's it's nice to have that that bond.

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"archie" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

The Relaxed Dog

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"archie" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

"Go down in the another's injections we would take him out and rocky moselle blankets and expose them to see in 'cause bosses and while the dogs and get in to see people accessories on donor quite strong condition in process would even take into local farms and they don't give him the baby goats and see different animals on this kind of this reflected in his later life and just didn't really of any like source of crazy pray drives to go after anything he could see a square on a war or see you know a sheep or something on one of all walks in each them and he's more interested in spending his time of people. I think that was testament to me. Spend enough time with him as a young paul and have not strong. Human dogs connection with him a maiden more of a people's person potentially as well him Big abscess on his pocket and modern to spend a lotta time indoors with with myself from my policy. I think he'd become more much more of a people bulk than about that. Went off play with the dogs the time or dogs. That miss wants to go home to an extra. So yeah the question is he was an indoor dog an old mine all i don't have any them eleven kennels outside their all throw like if you like house pets pet dogs no other way i need them on the type of and spoke position or anything with them i to be avenue in my household right now go a staff tara I've got a pomeranian. I've got a new upper. He was one of our cheese. The old semblance if you likable. Three separate jack. Russell's offer free different this because jefferson. And i've still got one last. Which is floyd. He was the youngest of the trainees. He's actually in my house right now. Allow us yeah. What about Sleeping arrangements that the change with imagine time or slider sign. Yes oh hey kind of the days. We always allowed a so. We made sure we got the fundamental right. Evy was coming over. Khalip sevens on the couch or anything like that. He would always ask to be invited Bolt if in the early days it was kind of quite free where he would just be able to come into the bedroom. We'd bathroom the bedroom. Sometimes you try and get an address. Those which was allowed obviously on attempts we used to belong to said your stops a little bit of freedom potentially not were do now. Probably it'd be a lot more crate training involved now Bowl with him. A me have a great deal of knowledge of how to train the dog properly ego law freedom within the house will now things look different because of of now kids off a one number one on the way to an animal science. I they all stay downstairs. Just stay in the kitchen. Nfl butts in the kitchen and we stay upstairs so they don't get upstairs now. So it's changed win. Archie was young. What was his five games or things like that. He enjoyed plying so absolutely love the ball. Absolutely it off that. So he's very very ball. Obsessed toys us very much in supply. So i used to do the slow things down on the ground. Like source of hope she name and messing about with him and each often komen instigate need poll. You had any by iranian fight yet very gently. He's very very soft. Tony play better engage in a very very soft and wasn't so in eat. never have a push the boundary. Where like by you to pulpy. That will they'll just pulse you say father. They'll just continue continually by hands and don't own to stop. He was ready when supply went off off. Switch on a suppose that was because we told him not all. He was ready johnson goal but you moved playing and interacting with humans. I loved chasing the ball which was kind of the the bull kind of leads into why he ended up this for job. I when he could finally go out and walks which was a little bit too late he we. I took him up to all local park. Which is a massive big park. It's actually a think on central park in new york actually central park in new yorkers merit on this park as fac and have paul. It's on the world and england. It's a massive park and talk him into beckenham park. We went for a walk round and he met spring hispaniola. How to bowl a springer spaniel is obsessively bringing the ball back to china. And she's travel on all she goes to this dog in stocks balkan. Because it's a bowl so at at the time. Now i can see where that was going to go at the time. Thought just to engage in favor. The ball governor. That's what dog student being a completely -nother novice and knowledgeable dog. Owner s is of why i have empathy when people don't neville all things about dogs on the they don't see all signs because once upon a time i was out same passion This dog has playmates bowl archie. Walk the dog. Probably two or three years old nexen drops the ball and just jobs and starts talking to him A de come off of a local on his show so it sounded a lot worse and it was Do llano easy rescreening. A hold of him put him back on the eat. Took him on his -solutely terrified. Because my little baby jack russell that was my wealth and of spending all my time with had been in my. I wasn't savagely attacks in my eyes. Even savagely attacked by this crazy springer spaniel on the walk on icon. But i was traumatized. Eat within a couple of minutes. I was traumatized by the hell experience that i had to. I add to find some on. Susan information and not got me on a tough of studying a lot of folk psychology and i ended up. Studying allow will psychology abol of david meech books There was a guy and the uk. Coach sean alice here. We're gonna even left with wolves even canada. I'd rather some of his books about myself quite into little side of it and started reading the level. Don't try training and dog psychology and the battle to And a business as a career got so kind of obsessed with the whole theory of it. The push me into doing this for joe. It's amazing it's you. You certainly bought bonfire not the first person that of chatted to do that just for having a pet dog. All of a sudden they career path has might u-turn or eighteen. And and just gone in a Pathway they had no audie. And i never would have said. Oh yep all do that with dogs. And then that's what i do. Yeah yeah yes. It's interesting isn't it. Because you kinda think you know when you go on just a little pinnacle what. What did he call a critical until critical point in your life can just send up around to make you change what you do. Yeah but but incident change his behavior when he was out with other dogs and bowls also.

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"archie" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

The Relaxed Dog

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"archie" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

"And jan you. Yeah yeah what. We have very skin. That was the first thing we notice. So first nato twos okay but then just awesome. H nana all the time so we obviously soak into the vats and just check them off a garden traces or whatever it was needed We just just captain and we couldn't really get to the boston of whereas as skin issues will come from and what happened in the andrews see we got about five months. An hmo is just happening all time on we ended up.

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"archie" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

The Relaxed Dog

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"archie" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

"So boss doctors with the yes. My parents never got another dog. Fro- from not moments My non had the dog. Ross which isn't over that. Jack russell and so i used to go up and see him because he lived in the next roads on used to play with etc and then i go by german shepherd one of seven and i kind of caught me off dogs for over and then when i go soo like my teenage years and my twenty s i kind of always knew that when a left one of the things that there was a adult so i had upon at the time who had had dogs in a previous relationship when we got together she said the eventually got dog together on it was best and we decided to have a little local paper to see if we could find any dogs and fast ferry Breathe for me was was and because it was a that always liked them. Some friends about them We didn't and getting tattoos because we missed the lesson of steffi's available. But there was a lot on the jack russells and wales so we both decided that we're going to get one gonna by fred di we rental to Into the mountains and wales to go out and look full. Slow jack russell We went me myself my partner and my god who recently died in two thousand and nineteen. Oh he knew his way around wales so we ran. Open a caw and on a like a monday night. Who's really dark. It was snowing ren open to the welsh mountains. Farm farmer it was probably in his sixties very traditional farmer and he took us to this little hand. Whether it was a jack russell's he said you're gonna have the pick of the lesser because nobody's called these are the just the specimens going visit these a week jack russells on he pointed out what he thought was the best one The best looks over a good head on it and good mocking etc and on opposite dogs. We ended up with just so he. We were struggling surname. And we named him. Who still going for name now. I was really close to my father so we other really good close relationship. Were like best friends. We work together. We did ever since you got on holiday electa them etc and when we came and we had a really good relationship so i said to my bad. Would you like to Pekka for the dog on we were sitting and thinking all the way boxer driving myself. My father very much into soccer. I think what we call a football. I very very much into soccer on fox in so we used to watch boxing and we used to buy old. Vhs tapes Watch them together. When i was very young One of the faces. We used to watch a lot worse. A mohammed ali. I'm used to love jonas One of the fighters that we enjoyed watching who fought both them. Guys is a guy called archie mall And he i think he fought the iraqi for news about fifty which is elated h to be fighting and boxing arkan- not time eight fought free quite a few generations fought rocky marciano vink for joe lewis sunny does full mohammed ali. So we don. I love generations of heavyweight champions Unfold the mall and he got beat by them all obviously and if all all like this like legendary guy. That was the big hall and he was ready. You know a great fighter said. We named archie after archie moore because he was like my favorite boxer story. I'm just want to ask you mentioned getting in from the farm. You know what he's working folks wall like at the time. I wasn't really Very knowledgeable when it comes to dogs so this this is kind of like into them. What archie incident happen to. Maybe wanna do the job and so it wasn't very knowledgeable. So i wasn't really sure what i was looking hours looking for and i would surmise from the it'll where can jack russells maybe the ross's on the farm will and kind of snow and it was dark. We just went on to like this yod and he just took her straight to a little like host was like the hand where the role long it was like a raised wooden pan stuff on the older gyros on like a destroy and side. So yeah it was. I'm not too sure it was aware confom. I haven't gotten no contact or anything. I would love a lot more than anything. The well to me was going back and find this farm and govern visitor of back then it was no move our phones all the walls but did not. Many people may phones on it was. It wasn't a time when you the internet and the On facebook and stuff like online stuff. It was literally just a phone number and a paper with lesser jack resources without zandi contact. And i've been thinking saves a number or any sending. My phone's it was pitchy primitive when thames of Of technology and social media how you can active people now now than we've jeez out drive in a dock with me where you going and never be able to find your second time. Yeah that's right. Yeah yeah it's kinda thing go about pinball a little to be able to find enough for either not form because it was a lovely nicer magical nights. He really was. Hell was archie when you first brought him home. So we took him to the vats of coupla days after They reckoned that he wasn't eight weeks. They said he was more like five to six weeks. he was very very small so on the night. We brought him home. We weighed him. We add styles and we wait and he was just. I've a pound in weight. Ready really small. When you stood him up next to a brick fireplace he was just above the break so he was really really really small He was quite confident. A quite a cocky confidence pulpy wanting to engage in play and like didn't feel out of his comfort zone it'll into our home He was yeah. He was very courageous and by pushing on the first night and what happened was i go A couple of weeks. After we got him. I was in a car accident. Oh i call walking across the road. And i walked up behind. The the driver didn't say you mean help me about twenty five thirty mile an hour on it helped me out of whack for a couple of months. The couple of months of his life. I i didn't break any bones for a arrest in and out like tendon damage in my wrist so according to do the job at the time which was working as plus stra On on the buildings with my father because my dad was a builder so couldn't do the job anymore and so well come difficult. spend some time at all. She just bonding with him. Taking him out and conditioning them to be around different things etcetera So yeah i go. Abundant time initiative archie. That's i think. I think from not points. We kind of imprinted on each over about real strong connection from the very very early age so sort of one of those comma sort of things where it was really bad for you but really good for archie.

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