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Boomer & Gio
"arezzo" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Town fair tire. Nobody beats town. Fair tire new abbadi. Last hour we started with the basketball this hour. How about we start with the football. Why the hell not. We've got thursday night football on the fan tonight with the cardinals hosting the packers. We got a combined thirteen and one tonight cardinal seven to know the packers six and one no devante atoms. No adam lazard as we know. Jj watt season ending surgery on his shoulder so he won't be there for arezzo as well wanting it to this because this was interesting nick syrian. He's having an interesting time in philadelphia. His team's not playing well as we know it hasn't gone so great for him and so yesterday he basically was trying to tell everybody. Every that's relax. We're good known. I'm doing and there's a plan here. The results aren't there right now. But what's going on here is is that there's growth under the soil now. There is growth under the soil and he is decorating the facility for inspiration and put a picture of a flower upright this. Nfl head coach. He says he is all part of the process. Coming through the ground in the roots are growing out and the roots and the roots are continued. Drop right so the players are the roots and the roots are growing and then he he brings it back to football if you will. Nobody wants to see results more than us. We want to see results too. But it's really important that that the foundation is being built and that the the roots are growing out. And yeah so how does it. How does it work exactly coach. Only way the roots grow out every single day in the grows stronger and they grow. The girl better is if we all put our we all water. We all allies. Christ fertilize all the. I don't know how to respond. Well he's not done. He's not done the done. No no we do our part to water to make sure that when it does pop out it really it really pops out pops out negroes..
Welcome To The Music
"arezzo" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"But i mean it grew and now in you have to look for these hot spots. That are cool because it's touristy you have these Alcohol of trucks and vans that load people up on on your drive through the city drinking people partying in. It's just like it's just really to me. It's personally decadent. Hear what you're saying. So i don't go downtown anymore. Yeah well now. I know if i if i ever make my way to nashville for a for a week or so with the city national anymore you just base. I'll touch base. And you let me know where i should go for for some good local music that that's for sure both thing about the town. They musicians still come here. Yeah and they still come here. An average of one hundred to two hundred new musicians. Come here among looking to break here. But it's it's it's not the same. I mean it's just i can't tell you. The last time they in our guy wanted to a club downtown signed an artist at twenty five thirty years. Maybe that's interesting. So so dominant of things. We like to ask our guests before we wrap. Things up is I know you mentioned about sarah. We have to check out. Sarah what's in your ear buds lately. What else are you listening to. That people should be checking out kaley shore. I always gravitate to the females of cooking with taylor. Shore is someone who started out a little bit more As a country artist and now she's gone into more of a pop Round does a great podcast. I listen to every week But her her her writing in horror authenticity and her her spilling her guts in her music. She's really cool. And i listened to and she's part of something called song suffragettes that plays at listening room every monday night. Promoted by a guy named cassidy. Who's a really really good guy and Somebody i work with when he was managing. Scotty.
Welcome To The Music
"arezzo" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"Her intellectual properties in a different recording. Perhaps so you know. I i just think taylor. Swift is a Incredibly brilliant genius and she was when she was sixteen. I mean she really. She really was was cognizant of of what she was doing in very methodical in her in her in her career path. I was always impressed with her. Yeah there's someone that sort of started in in country before there was pandora and spotify as you know really understood the trends and what works doesn't work and not is just not a an amazing musician and songwriter but Understands the game sort of speak right. Yeah and she's been through the mill too. I mean you know you see documentaries honor and the i mean it's just you get so big you get so so successful is so big and it's like then you're sheltered and you're like krizner you know She's kinda. she reminds me of like that poor. You know. I just watch the britney spears documentary last night the second quarter. Oh my goodness especially. Because i knew the people that are repair business. Managers and my goodness. Yeah i mean because they were sarah darling's business managers i work with trice tristar and And i'm like watchi- it last night now is like holy shit. I know the the holy shane. I couldn't believe i couldn't believe both that's another crazy story. That's for sure. Oh my god. I mean this you know you gotta look at. That's why that's the evil part of the music business. You know those are the people who control you in almost. Make you a prisoner. You know if you can't get your own iphone. You have everything you're doing monitored i mean. I would advise everyone to watch that. It's on a who i think That britney spears eh Brittany spears Sonnen covered. I forgot what the name. Just britney spears hulu the the second part of the story this documentary on her trials and tribulations. We britney spears that you know i. I watched her. I thought she was crazy. And all this other stuff like everybody else when she shaved her head and what she had to go through as an artist is incredible when you hear the back story about the conservative ship in the end the way she was treated as any in look at that. Now say god pray for this girl and you hope that she can somehow when this conservative ends and she's free to make her own decisions and she may be damaged permanently you don't know but you're pray that somehow she can she can be free and for sure. I couldn't. it devastating me to see what this girl went through absolutely so john. You're still in nashville. Right yes i am. So we've got this. You know part part of our program we have a segment called. Lost venues agom greg. I've seen it here in toronto in this fetal. Probably the story can be told anywhere. Really curious about nashville. You know everyone knows a grand old opry. There's a there's a number of iconic venues In nashville. I'm wondering if there's a place john that you remember over the years that was amazing place of maybe a personal favorite of yours that you know for some reason doesn't exist anymore. I'm wondering if there's a venue like that in nashville that you can tell us a little bit about there is a place It was almost like a little supper club..
Welcome To The Music
"arezzo" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"Emt or the country music channel and then make that introduction and try to get these videos played and try to move the needle I i had a very close connection of spotify and I'd sit with him every month. And i'd plan all through band twinkle artists. Can you give this shot. Can you give this one a shot. you know. And so it was really artist development in in a in a different way but once the pandemic hit everything went to the shit's anyway everything changes and an i just dealing with the younger artists which is just kinda like is too much because you can't break in artists and ironically i found one and and i really would recommend this artist. Anybody who's watching this program As part of the because of my reputation in town. I was asked to judge a regional talent contest called path to fame and it was sponsored by The tourism board of tennessee and pigeon forge. Bollywood was and we'd go to different towns to see almost like american idol thing and there was this kid. I never forget. Because she's becoming star now. Her name is. Sarah taes kyi s. And here's this. Little waif would a ukulele and she goes up there and she blows me away with a song that she wrote on this little ukulele and she's a little shy kid and in the other judges because she didn't have a good story didn't wanna select here as one of the the winner. I wanted her to be the winner of the competition. She was there with another kid. Who was really good as well but but they wouldn't Wanna sign or. They didn't want to hear the win. You know so. I gave her mother who was sitting. Here's my business card. is i knew. The kid was moving to naturalism. When she gets the national. Call me up and i helped her a little bit. I got her a couple of auditions here and there. Which does she was skyrocketing with all the songs that she was writing. And and at that time i was losing my passion for it but i knew she was going to be a star and And shortly thereafter she She started putting songs up on talk and she knew how to use the social media platforms and she had a fabulous producer associated with her. And now she's on elektra records and she was on the late show when she's now onto or and i'm so proud of her because she's a fabulous artist and she writes about. He writes about the things that teenage girls are going through with the body shaming in. She's you know she's not confident in her body and she wear sweaters and she's writing about real things that resonate kids. I'm you know i'm sixty years old. But when i hear her house she's going to be touching her age and maybe helping them as a yes. Sarah essay are a jack around. She's everywhere verdy of pulled up her website. Very interesting yes. She's amazing amazing wider. How how how go ahead john. I know i've always had the ability to identify extraordinary talent for whatever reason should have been in arbor. Yeah for sure. Well listen how how would you..
Welcome To The Music
"arezzo" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"That i can give to the the advertiser and then you're billing goes up you know it goes from hundred thousand two hundred thousand five hundred thousand to a million to three million. I mean it just keeps rolling. Work spreads if you're delivering for someone especially in a little now little anymore but a town like nashville in the music business community. That was a great promotion. You did with that with dreamworks for toby. How can we launched taylor swift so those are the things that i got involved with pretty heavily and it was a very creative time for me and i was he ability to really almost as an entrepreneur even though i worked for corporation when you have the freedom when you have that freedom it can be very could be very fulfilling. Yeah no doubt in mentioned a tying in the three radio television internet the other. I mean between that and artists representation. You've seen a lot of change. How like how you felt that. Changes impacted positively or negatively as we move towards streaming. Is part of why you made the decision to eventually get a are because it's all changed emmy no once streaming came into play There was a different dynamic. The labels always made money. The artists never did and you know you're streaming. It was kind of like everything splintered and it was a what really gave me a distaste for it was the fact that artists were being signed based on what their social media and they're streaming numbers were rather than air radio. You know element other other forms of artists development. Of course it's evolution but it just now. It's like you could record a song in your living room at four o'clock in the afternoon and you can have it out on. You can have it up and ready to go Release it by midnight. That's how quick turnaround but there's so many doing it and then how do you how do you. How do you identify who the real artists that have the potential for long lasting success instead of lied a song. That's a flash in the pan that could last for two weeks three weeks and then it's gone and these artists can get a deal anyone So the whole dynamic of the music business. Chain here in nashville. It's not like it's not like you could get a record deal anymore in the traditional ways. Now they're all coming from the publishing companies. The publishing companies are doing the development not the record companies and my last venture in the music. Business was a was a crowd. Funding platform is like if you have a fan base. Let's fund your project and let us open the doors to nashville for you. But that model wasn't embraced by the labels What was that company. Called again. John ban twingo and it was kind of like you know. Here's a artist and and and you and you you raise money if the if your fans want to help you. This is the way to do it. You wanna video. And then what i do. Let's say we fund a video for an artist abs..
Welcome To The Music
"arezzo" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"Now what's your favorite song. What you wanna come in to go right and this may be when baseball. I mean when you look at everybody has a song now. Yeah and and baseball. They don't mind paying the licence fees. But vince mcmahon is always been abandoned. He wants to own everything and he doesn't want to pay anybody anything interesting. There was a story. Told about. Cindy lauper and you know she used wrestlers. I can't remember what song it was or maybe it was getting all will girls. Just wanna have fun to find a few few old and she put wrestling into that lou. Albano actually met on an airplane. A friend of mine who recently passed away. It was a performer. Out of new york an oldies disc jockey. Nikki be and He was coming back to the united states from puerto rico and he gets on the plane and he sees Captain while there and he's sitting next to this girl who was cindy locker who was actually in a band called blue angel at the time and he was like you know and he's like hey listen you wanna be kept a little while but raise captain lou over lewis like and goes captain low. This is cindy lauper. She's with the band blue angel. You guys in sale auto each other and sure enough. They exchanged numbers. And then what happened. Wrestlemainia what's going to happen when you need somebody. You introduced someone to someone else. It's you know the serendipitous. It was interesting wrestling music. It was all part of pop. Culture was amazing. Because mtv gun ball because cindy lauper was the hottest female acted upon. She grow big and for her to be involved with wrestling. It made it cool. So all of a sudden you have mtv involved. You have this culture shock of people. Like andy warhol and you know and and Who's the guy from long island with the the long straggling heavy metal guy Forgot his name but anyway and all of a sudden it was cool to be released and all the arts gotten babunagar the rock wrestling album. That was iraq and wrestling connection and launch rate biggest boom periods in its history In nineteen hundred four eighty five. It was all over the place like everybody was watching absolute wrestling. You couldn't get enough enough wrestling right back in the day today. With what Wwe has your own channel now Yeah watch it. Twenty four seven. What are you. What are your thoughts on on wrestling today versus Back in the eighties. I'm kind of an old school guy. I mean but you know here's the thing. People can trash the product today and sale. The guys are to acrobatic. There's no storylines and there's no defined good guys or bad guys but it's evolution everything evolves and what wrestling is today. it's now entering another boom period within the next six to twelve months. It started already because there's competition for the wwf. The wwe right now with aws there are signing an amazing amount of talent. People flocking to the tv sets now..
Welcome To The Music
"arezzo" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"I left music a year and a half ago. Really because i got. I was aging out of artists development working with younger artists. I couldn't relate to them anymore. I couldn't as a sixty something. Year old relate to a twenty year old kid trying to make it in music. Your values were different. There were too sensitive. It was a different dynamic. So i am. I gonna do now. And i found my wrestling archives. Those like well. Maybe i'll go back to this rice starting. It was interesting that you did go back because as i was reading that arafat somewhere in the chapters where. You're just fed up of wrestling. It was like it's over. I can deal with it anymore. It's not it's not good for me. I was shocked that you went back into it but there was something that was pulling you eighteen. Your blood yeah believe me. We're stilling today in wrestling. Unlike i'm looking for my accident again out of it because it didn't change It's just more people than important than there was years ago. But it's like are you know but now at the end of this kind of journey. And i'm like god. I still got things to accomplish. Anelle once i accomplished those things and i'm getting out nice. Well listen before listeners. Get sick and tired of talking about wrestling and baseball we go. We are going to get exactly. We're going to get to music. But i wanted. I wanted to tie music question about baseball and wrestling. All right and i don't know if they're related or not but this whole idea of walkup music or entrance music. Was there a time in both both sports. If he can call it that that there was there was no entrance music or walk music. There wasn't not until really the hulk. Hogan is just walk out of the dressing room and the fans would cheer rabou them. There is only one wrestler. I remember coming in to the music with music. That was probably nineteen. Seventy one it a a wrestler in beautiful bobby long robe blonde hair any pomp and circumstance the randy savage song. If you he was the only one there's music with this guy. What's what's that but there was no music literally until the hogan area when i hear the tiger was used for hogan's entrance and then everyone had music. What and even today even today there is. You know you watch wrestlemanias and more times than not. There's a band that plays live for some of the big stars. Yeah it's huge said pretty prominent dunning but what the. Wwe it as a company. I mean they didn't wanna pay license fees. So i had a tiger was used but not on the home videos because they didn't wanna pay the licence fees and then they started Base created their own music department where they would have original music Written and composed for the different performers Now it's changing a little bit with their competitor. Awa florida all elite wrestling owned by the kahn. Family doing really well. They just see him pumpkin. Who is said. His theme song was always cold personality. Yeah they licensed that song. Now and their performers are getting the opportunity to get mainstream songs back into wrestling through licensing because the people in florida have different mindset in strategy than the wwe wwf still. We're doing our own music pay license fees and we're going to own it aws..
Welcome To The Music
"arezzo" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"She turned me onto. She was real hippie and She was a big influence on my life and it was with great sadness that i saw her You know her her her journey But she she gave birth to three incredible kids who are all doing fabulously and grandkids and and great grandchildren. But you know she asked away in two thousand nine and she was really good for the last few years of her life. The last five years rely stabilized but then she got lung cancer chain smoker in and she was gone three months after the diagnosis her. So we lost our weekly when that happened in two thousand nine. Sorta thank you john. How what was the switch going from. Baseball terrestrial why. Why why that that switch for you personally. Like i said the three passions my life. Music baseball In wrestling.
Welcome To The Music
"arezzo" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"You know i called up. John and i hadn't talked to john and bobby because his daughter is in country music. And i opened some doors for a year and nashville and so anyway called john up and say hey john how you doing. What are you doing he goes. I'm sitting here. Plant trees in my front yard added. We'll let you know you have fun or not. But would you be interested in talking to someone about a possible documentary on your life. And he was like. Yeah i i talked to someone and it to predate a couple of years previous. When i was john here in nashville with his daughter and were meeting i was. You should do a book man. I don't want to write a book gone on. What's what's there about my life story so during that conversation would About the documentary. John thought maybe now you may want to write a book and he goes you know what i explore that so i i made bubble calls to my publisher and it has been announced. You know we haven't even signed a contract yet but you know we. We've agreed in principle. John is going to have a deal to write a book and still has now been on on zooms with him two or three times a week getting his life story so he could put together pitch deck than documentary up up in canada for john so and and john is man. You do all the stuff of me what we just got. You know each kind of represent me and And so we have a working agreement with each other and that's great that's awesome. That's really you seem to have this reading reading your book. You've got this sort of nature. We're just working with people and helping people there's nothing signed or whatever and then it just turns into something where where does that come from. John i don't know the crazy little bit. I don't know i just had always wanted to help people in that was just part of my dna. And i always wanted to be involved in exciting things. And i just got off the phone my nephew and he's getting his masters degree and i was like you know as long as you have fun fun with what you do. It's not a job. And i always wanted to do something out of the norm. I mean when. I was a little kid. I i gravitated as as a seven-year-old watch wrestling on tv. I fell in love with that The beatles came to the united states in nineteen sixty four. I was there watching. Ed sullivan Shell when they appeared. And i fell in love with the beatles that gave me a passion for music and then i went to my first baseball game in nineteen sixty six. The new york. Mets and i fell in love with them. So those are the things i gravitated doing. Those are the things i wanted to be involved with a professionally. Even as a as a kid so i don't know something inside me. I did want to live an ordinary life. And even though you know a lot of people say a lotta people looked at my life and say well. The guy never hit a grand slam. He's not a multi-millionaire. He's not uber. Like elite living in a mansion. And but i think i've lived a full life. I think i pumped a lot of people along the way and it is. It's like it's like you take chances. You take leap of faith like you know from one of the other is. I'd like it's come from any family or is that just how family was a working class family. You know my mom had her problems..
Welcome To The Music
"arezzo" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"Welcome welcome to have john really really figuring longtime longtime coming. yes yes. We had forgotten that we booked this way back in the before times. Maybe but thank thank you for for coming on in joining us today on my pleasure man so two of your roommates one of them generally is beloved in the city and one of them not so much but you you knew them you know both has your roommate's back in your mets days gabi n. j. p. ricciardi has gabby always been that cool hand. Luke this relaxed type of guy that we seem to know or is there a guy behind closed doors. John is probably one of the Most salt of the earth people. I've ever met Very what you see is what you get you know. He's an old school guy and he was kind of an old school guy back in the day i met him in nineteen eighty one. He had been drafted for the new york. Mets in the same draft that they took darrell. Strawberry and billy bean. Who's you know. Became the guy who started moneyball and My job with the mets at the time was public relations sales marketing. I am housing. I did everything in the minor leagues and we also looked for housing for the ballplayers The house that i rented in the in shelby north carolina where the The south atlantic league was matata's team The house i rented it was two hundred and forty bucks a month and And it had three. It was two bedrooms two bedroom house. And we will you know guys coming in and I knew the john was high up on the On the list. And so. I reached out and i was like. Hey listen you know once you hang out here. And then he said. I have a good friend at p. Ricciardi kinney's stay with us to and have another guy named mike. Tennessee was also drafted. And i'll say oh guys come in at sixty bucks each stanton. We're you know we have a. We have a houseful of while players and a lot of different types of personalities job being texan that he was j. p. a. very very italian catholic in tennessee and irish guy. Who just hellraiser. Though i got i got the house i and so i got one of the bedrooms for myself and the other guys had to share Like would flip a coin..
The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"arezzo" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"No you're gonna pick steve picky stevie picking every friday this. because you're good at it dat dat. You're looking live at the dining room table of mrs berry jerome Good times beautiful. Came up three games three. Nfl games picking them right now. Dr. gonna go green bay taken on the bengals forty nine against arizona. Chicago against the raiders. Packers all right. Steve go ahead packers or a three point. Favorite bengals got trouble at running back. Joe mixing his dinged up even if he plays not going to be one hundred percent. The packers will cover. That's so take the packer minus three. You get the forty green bay minus three s sir. Yes you've got the forty niners at arezzo. The cardinals unbelievable right now. Cuyler murray already getting some mvp love. That's an overreaction but arizona's five and a half point favorites over the forty niners who maybe turning their quarterback situation over. I'm all over the cardinals at home. They're four no and only a five and a half point favorite. They are easily a touchdown. Favorite there to take arizona so san fran plus five and we take care. Okay scratch that again gay arizona. I'm writing it down minus five and a half. And the raiders are a five and a half zona minus five. And i specifically waited for you to yell that and then i just gave up on you and in time it right exactly and then another five and a half point. Spread the raiders at home over chicago. You're going to want the chicago bears. They're the raiders. Are not that good and think you can have an excitability factor. The bears new quarterback their number one is going to be justin fields. He's been playing and he's been okay back this little something something when the coach finally says you're no longer andy dalton's backup an injury of dalton as healthy again and justin fields is going to be. He is a an athletic specimen. This guy has a fantastic arm. He can run all day and once he what's he figures things out he's had a couple of starts now. I think it'd be good. We get your pick plea steve. I'm taking the bears. And i'm taking the five and a half. Thank you.
The Art of Fatherhood Podcast
"arezzo" Discussed on The Art of Fatherhood Podcast
"They'll that's cool like it could be like a series or something like that like my my daughters and my my wife and our big into like marvel at work as you can see behind me. Calm mckeag all that other good stuff but Yeah wanda vision. Great guys it'll be. I don't know what episode. You're an odd but like for the first episode. We're traveling this is kind of like the dick van. Dyke i love lucy. Show guys you know she'd be like oh. This is boomer television. My oldest one would be saying stuff like that but they liked it for what it was because they love the characters they enjoyed it saw like that. This definitely hit your wheelhouse. It can be one of your songs can be in song general. Is there a favorites family song right now. You guys like to dance to Oh dude you know it song. My three year old won't so one of the things we the pandemic we created a clean up the kitchen playlist. Yes arezzo over. We'd all and it starts with nine to five dolly parton you between everything gets you moving a you wanna work not then Halfway through the playlist is that katy. Perry song called daisies okay. I don't know if you've heard this run but my three year old. Will she walks around the house cut. The i was a date day days as she just sings on daisies by katy. Perry nine five dollars for such a man driving a lot of like good gems here on this on this show. mike. I appreciate you nine to five. I remember watch that movie. Of course like dolly parton. You know that's all that's such a good motivational song especially like great for cleaning up Right after dinner. nice. And that. And i'd say and then the playlist ends with a song called up and not by coldplay and we do this thing where we go okay. Everyone dance and dance. Let your body do whatever it wants. Like no shame. No shame. don't even think about what your body's doing. Just let it do it and you know. Give perfect nice. Oh a bet the smiles that are just everywhere in. That house is just amazing. Just because you guys are having so much fun and just carefree right. Yeah till they bump into each other start screaming and weeping your silicon most. Well yeah you hit each other calm down again. Describe the perfect family vacation to be hawaii. Nice man yes and we would ride. Turtles have ropes one foot on turtle.
The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"arezzo" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"Your residents that need jobs if any of you would like to meet a young dentists No money no anything. I was just trying to connect them. And i remember tennessee oklahoma. They would be paul. Please tell me if you can get me someone but most of them were from philly or from california or from new york no judgment. I'm from philly new jersey. So what i found was trying to get dentist to find out about positions off. The beaten path was tough. So i started dennis job. Connect to create a framework for practice owners. It's an affordable for all framework. I'll just pause for a minute there. Dso's that pay me ten or twenty thousand dollars per position to find him and associate. No questions asked. Paul you get mean associate. Here's ten thousand dollars. Paul's selling dental practice. Yes for somebody yes exactly. So we'll and the problem is you're you and i are these people. I have a satellite office. Let's say you're awesome. Associated decides the father awesome spouse man or woman to another state. Well now you have a practice without a dentist. I mean you've been in those scenarios at mar jeff. I mean the last round. I was so desperate i had a twenty thousand dollar signing bonus which is why you know. Dso's are willing to pay ten to twenty thousand dollars to get a to get an associate and that's me being able to to blasted across the airwaves. Put it on my facebook group. And i'm still limited to the number of applicants that i'm getting arezzo. One of your also associates disconnected russ. He's amazing. That's what i love. So i i love solving this problem second. I wanted to find a way that was affordable. All because sometimes i tell private practice dentists. It's ad they turn away from the cost. Even though if i could talk to dr mark costas this is. Why do say mark just for teaching for a minute. Okay you need an associate 'cause your associates going to you your associate produces fifty thousand dollars from over the course of the year they're gonna produce six hundred. I can get you an associate for ten thousand dollars. You don't wanna pay it quick question if you don't have an associate for three months. How much revenue have you lost hundred fifth. But i try to explain that. And i'm not being you know mean to my colleagues. They don't always get it. So i created dennis job connect for weather ten practices one practice. Esl you can advertise this platform. It's not a success guaranteed success opportunity. So what i say to the dentist is it's a lot like a care dot com..
"arezzo" Discussed on Hidden Brain
"Adidas dot com today to learn more about the ati zero audio's pro to and other zero running shoes including the all new zero boston ten and arezzo prime ex designed to help you tried to what you're racing goals again. That's adidas dot com. This is hidden brain. I'm sean curvy. Dont'a one argument that some may and and this includes feminists on the left and libertarians. On the right is that hookups can be liberating people have a chance to experiment. Try new things. They're empowered to discover their preferences but one of the students we spoke with lisa said that what sometimes starts out sounding like empowerment often becomes something else. I did have experiences where the expectations once the hookup already started. Would start to come out. And they wouldn't come out kindly. You know it's it's not it wasn't a conversation of. Hey are you willing to try this or hey Know i really like it when my partner Does this to me. It would be a little bit more of your going to do this now. So lisa does hookup culture. Have anything to do with what some people would call rape culture. Yes i would argue that hookup. Culture is a rape culture in that. It facilitates and excuses behaviors that translate into sexual assault. Can you expound on that. I mean there are enthusiasts who would basically say you know. We're just exercising. You know our free choice. We're not constrained by the norms that might have hindered a prior generation. What's wrong with people experimenting. Trying new things Figuring out who they really are so part of the reason we see hookup culture on college. Campuses can be traced back to the sexual revolution in the women's movement and the women's movement wanted to things for women both sexually and otherwise. They wanted women to have the opportunity to do the things that men do and to embody masculine traits and interests and they wanted everyone to sit up and notice that the things women had been doing all along and the traits and interests that they were believed to have were also valuable and we really only got half of that so the feminists succeeded in convincing america. For the most part. The women should be allowed to do what men do and even have masculine traits but we never really got around to valuing the things that we define as feminine so a young woman. Who's growing up in. America today is going to She's going to be told by by most not. All parents are like this but most parents are going to encourage their daughters to mix in masculine traits and interests into her personality. And they're even going to encourage her to do so and perhaps reward her more so when she does that than when she incorporates. Feminine personality traits. So we're excited when she likes to play with engineering toys when she's a kid and we're excited when she chooses sports over cheerleading and were excited that she decides to major in physics instead of education and so women have been getting this message if they're paying any attention at all. It's very clear that as they say well behaved. Women rarely make history. We reward you. We think it's great when you act like we think. A stereotypical man does so then when they get to campus. That's what they try to do. And it should surprise. None of us that many women on campus decide to approach sexuality the same way they've been rewarded for approaching everything else in their lives with this idea of the thing to do. The way to be liberated is to act in the way. i think. A stereotypical man might so you know what a lot of people who do say that hookups can be liberating one of the young women. We spoke with said she actually feels a little trapped. I think girls know when they're being used. And i think it feels bad to be used but i think the alternative is that nobody wants to use you. And that means that you're knocking up with anybody. And i think that that's worse. So there's something heartbreaking about that question lisa because it sounds like what this young woman is saying is that she recognizes that she feels. She is being used but she feels. She doesn't have a choice but to be used. They're not a lot of good options for women in hookup culture. That don't truly enjoy casual sex and there are some that do but for the rest of them are kind of faced with two options. One is that they don't participate in any sexual activity at all which also means never getting into any sort of romantic relationship with someone and the other is passing through this period with a person the hookup period with the hopes of coming out the other end as that person's girlfriend and that there's something different about the double standard on college. Campuses used to be right that that men would have the power to kind of put women into one of two categories. The good girl are the bad girl and if women just quote unquote behaved herself. She could probably stay in the good girl camp. Although there is no guarantee but today men still have this power to put women into one of these groups but they put basically all women into the bad girl group all women. They're hooking up with anyway and then have the power at some point to decide. Oh i've been hooking up with you for a while now. I'm going to decide that. I like you. And now i'm going to treat you with respect and as an equal. If a woman wants a relationship where at some point she'll be retreated with respect and as an equal then. She has to go through this period where she's not those things so women's options are either opt out of hookup culture altogether or expose herself to this period where she's treated disrespectfully in the hopes that it translates into something better on the other end. One of the women we talked with actually describes a situation very much like this but also describes a dilemma which she faced which is even when she likes someone that she's hooked up with the rules of hookup. culture prevent her from telling the other person what she actually wants. That kind of guy that hooks up with a girl and doesn't like that that's not really a thing people talk about Versus the like the girl who hooks up once and just in falls in love with you and never leaves you alone. That's crazy girl. Yeah that that's a thing and we so desperately want to look like that so when you know you hook up with someone you actually really liked and you really wanted to be with them and then they don't text you back and so it's over dot sounds like a terrible place to be in because you're going through hookup culture to try and find a relationship but the rules demand that you can't actually ask one. Yeah yeah she used the word desperately Which was interesting. I argue in the book. That the the worst thing a student can be called. These days isn't slut and it's not even prude. Although that one's big one It's desperate So if the rule is that we're supposed to be having meaningless sex and were enacting all the all the things that enable us to Keep that illusion going even when. That's not how people actually feel then. It's against the rules for them to say. I actually quite like you. And this is gendered in that to be disinterested in a hookup partner is less believable than men's even when they are actually quite good at this and so men tend to assume that all women are interested in having a relationship with them whether they are not which makes men even more Sort of standoffish after a hookup than they otherwise would be because they're assuming the girl just wants to get with them and it it puts women in the position of trying to prove that they aren't on the kind of person who wants to get with the guy she just hooked up with and so then she's even more standoffish than she would be otherwise and because the rule is to care less than the other person then.
The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast
"arezzo" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast
"Back to the great trevor denman. Good here trevor. Back over the weekend. Here's san diego. Feel for the san diego's santa on the way they will appear breaks moodley. Royal ship in the red cap shows speed express train and they goes rushie that griot the royal to join them. Pay solid early on. During the goal goes up third. Tripoli johnny get in from that outside gate is only three of the leaders. Magic on tap is the gray racing between them. Kiss today goodbye gets. His flu slaps down. The shoulder is seven off the leaders and then fall back to share sheriff route onto the streets. They go and rush narrow leader express. Train keeps the pressure on and momo's on the far side. Royal ship comfortable down at the royal races along in the four spot magic on tap tripoli on the fall side three lengths covers six runners. Kiss today goodbye. The back of the leading group and now a gap of five lengths back to sheriff brown past the half while ago in the san diego and rushy now nice and relaxed on the lead. Has it by neck express train as second. Momo's side royal ship just tracking them down at the rile fourth tripolis in there as well in beyond tripoli magic on tap noble then three lanes covering all these runners kiss today goodbye to and laughable sheriff brown coming to the top of the line rashy at the rile express train up alongside mo- mosa makes it three and align royal ship just waiting waiting for the red cap kennedy find someone. Iran tripoli's me outside of that top of the line now and russia. He's in deep. water express. train gets the lead royal shop. Caesar whole at the royal and here comes royal ship in the red capital rail express train running a big one tripoli running a huge one outside any one of the three aaa yummy outside express training royal ship express. Train them more they ask them well. He gave an express train. Wanting to tripoli royal ship my mosa expressed her and i thought it was beat on a couple of occasions in this race was kind of just pressing. Much of the journey early on with rushie went by that one but did it exactly explode away. Tripoli came with a nice run late. But i even thought royal ship. Once kinda got down toward the inside and got loose was gonna end up going. by even mo- mosa was kinda right there in the mix but express train kind of in the end was inching away from Really held everybody obey and the score. Nice win for. John sheriffs in the case tables juan hernandez continues his ascent up the writing ladder down in southern california. We hear so much about rissoli and fiving pratt deservedly. So they're they're both tremendous but Wondering it is thought making a nice name for himself down there in southern california good payouts. Del mar saw the late pick five. Came back like thirty two thousand. Somebody had the jackpot for the pick six. That was two hundred ninety. One thousand but delay pick four was sixteen hundred. I mean it's just good prices. They've had good feel. I think it's been a really really good couple days. Del mar they handled about twenty. Two million on the Saturday after the twenty one million dollar handle on opening day so glad to see things getting Going there is such mccarthy got. His first went down del mar. Joe bravo took the sunita with epitome. Mia's girl joe actually had a couple of wins. I think generally in another win for For joe bravo but de gladys trevor. Get on the board. Dow was rude for him. A nice kid. From over in these parts of maryland and virginia he was was he are leading guy the first year i think he was. I can't remember bad about jock. Titles anyways That's going to redo it for our weekend. Recap edition of the program again coming up this week. we'll talk. Some colonial downs is opening day. Coming up later at jessica paquet gonna join me. Our television analysts in handicapper at colonial. Look beyond tomorrow show ever cruzi join us this week at an arezzo down. Of course you guys know from years on hr v. in downtown anita. We'll talk with aaron and coming up later this week. Paul zone from las vegas. We'll talk some sports book. Sports betting horse. Racing vegas steph with paul and the jury will be here on friday so looking forward to the week of shows ahead Been super busy. Getting set up with Everything here colonic down. So i have not gotten emails if you emailed me throughout the weekend. I really do apologize. But we'll get to shortly and look forward to seeing you guys Hear from you guys. Beam podcast at dot com. Everybody have a great rest of your monday. We'll see you back tomorrow..
The Charlie Kirk Show
"arezzo" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Beyond unacceptable to me and i have a whole chapter and this and the buck. It's pretty complicated. I'm kind of relieving to get into it because really hard to talk about an off the cuff forum but i meticulously went state-by-state in many of the the key swing states and i went through exactly where things went wrong in terms of voter integrity. And if you're looking for the spy thriller dominion a was bought by was created by hugo chavez and bought by the chinese and put in frankfurt and they were flipping votes. You're gonna be very disappointed. I found none of that. But i did found i. I did find infinite. Infinite amounts of impropriety that needs to be examined by any responsible american not just republicans any responsible american should be very curious about this stuff because it is very dangerous game replying. If our of our people lose faith in our elections and we've had a couple in a row now where each side thinks that this was not legit and that's not good. It's really bad. It's very unhealthy for the republic's let me tell you where i think we need to focus our energy where i think the audit is going to lead to more questions. So here's my opinion. I don't think the audits going to give us answers. I think it's going to give us a list of more questions. And that's a good thing by the way more questions and knowing where to go is a very healthy thing. So what questions are there. I think it's going to be around voter. Rolls ballot practices mass mail in balloting signature requirements. About custody how votes are counted. Who counts them. Those seven things. I just said i think we need to zero in on the and the where i think that there's a little bit more uncertain. There could be some truth there. I'm open minded. I'm look we have segments on. Ufo's okay so we're very open minded. Show all right. Let me just be very clear. We're not like date keeping our way to try and restrict opinions with that being said. I don't think the machines are the the hill the on let me say it again. The machines i don't think to the hill to die on the voting rolls are the easiest walk defense court president. There's court precedent voter rolls. There's precedent to get into it. So i just i. It's a super complicated topic right. Alex and we have to an outside money. Four hundred million coming from zuckerberg. It's a very difficult thing to talk about. And i'll just say one other thing it's a failure of the of the people you put in charge the fact they did not fix this when we saw this coming. And i'll just talk about this. Because i'm a little bit upset right now but arizona and i sat in a meeting with president trump in july of last year. Where tyler told me. He's like we're going to have problems. Mail in vote. And tyler's the national committeeman here at arezzo in arizona. Thailand knows his stuff you listen to on arizona audit stuff and he's super precise and how we talk about this and i told the president and he totally agreed but he was given assurances that everything was fine here in arizona and everything was fine. Here in georgia was lied to. There's no other. There are so many problems with how the ballots got that. Anyone get here ballot. You didn't request here in arizona. Did anyone get a ballot here. The fact that five hands went up shows that you extrapolate that with electorate and this was decided by ten thousand votes and we know they never cheat right we know they act perfectly ethically honestly they have never done anything illegal. They've never entrapped. They've never lied under oath. They've never went into the white house trying to put. Michael flynn to prison. In fact i would let them run the country. You make a compelling point. Yeah you guys know. What i'm saying and then georgia's the other one i don't mean to filibuster the the point. Is that what just happened here. The twenty two georgia's unbelievable. Can i just one one thing. And i was just frustrates me. I've got a whole section this in the book but the amount of you know chocolate got made fun of because he said the dead voted. Well the dead did vote in georgia. You know why because in georgia you could vote as the election something like that and so there were a bunch of people who actually voted on the early end of that and and work at by the time election day came. It's the election. Day is now election quarter in the state of georgia. Which is that's a high integrity system. It's the yeah. Let's just for three months. Why not six months. Why can't i boat already for twenty twenty four right now. Why capita three months. It's such an arbitrary number and it's number set by people who want to have the maximum amount of time to community organized the vote and get all these people who alive or dead to vote early and vote often well and let me tell you this is often not supposed to vote often and then just one. I want to get to this question. Let me tell you where this is going. Which is why does democracy verse. Republic fight is so important for public democracy because technology they're going to go to direct democracy which means they're going to go. Smartphones were citizens vote on ballot referendums and circumvent electors and circle. So what i'm saying is they are going to. Have you vote on bills happening in front of congress on your smartphone. now of course they'll be no fraud. There'll be no shenanigans. No manipulation and people will never vote for free money or for free stuff. That's where this is going. The rim hal jobs actually has ownership over one of the apps that was used at botched account for the iwa lecture. Yup you remember the iowa caucus got screwed up with pete ten and then robotron buddha judge. Yeah pete buttigieg. Jj i i never saw patou keep going. He he was connected. The business too and the the mayor cheat trended on twitter. I at jack doesn't like very much to run. So we gotta get to another question here man dream city. I alex a little bit. My name is sam. Thank you for being here. You're welcome this questions for my brother. He went up to seattle after. Going to walter cronkite for four years. And he's turn to the dark side so my question is just it's going to be generic surapon up during your time at berkeley or even Prior to that or even after that what would you say was your major turning point in life some woes a time you had to sacrifice something you may have wanted to do with your heart with your mind but your heart was putting it elsewhere you know. And there was a company evolved in now. Yeah yeah thank you and for me. It was pretty. It was pretty easy transition and the hardest stuff for me in my life has just been because of how breitbart is. Everyone's elise come at us with pick axes and torches and not the tiki torches from bed bath and beyond that. The charlottesville guys were using. This is the real deal. This is real stuff that people come at us with the trae boucher's with the fiery k. Things a caterpillar. i'm getting we've been up here. Wild certain make silly jokes but for me my evolution as a conservative started with talk radio as did for so many people..
KOA 850 AM
"arezzo" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"I invite you in our 800 lines are wide open and ready to go. It's 808 to 38255. Whatever you're working on, be happy to talk about it and get you back to work and no time at all. And I know a lot of things that folks are working on this time of year. Of course, a little painting, little deck cleaning Well, decks, sealing. We're gonna dress them all again. It's 808 to 3. 8255 Also We talked a lot about a product called the gutter brush. And got her brush. Sponsors are gardening tip each and every weekend with run, Wilson. But right now they got the biggest the baddest the best sale of the year. It's going on through May 11th And it's 30% off and shipping is free. Absolutely can't beat it, and we'll talk about them in our project the week at the bottom of the second hour, so happy to take your calls. I don't know how long my voice is gonna last. But it is 808 to 38255 grab a line and happy to chat with you. One of things when you're outside. I don't know if you've taken a look at some of the concrete around your home. Um, different cracks. Different places. Words sprawling. And you make that patch and of course, that patches more unsightly. That it was before. And a couple of weeks ago, we had Peter Day, Shawn, talking about a product called to Arezzo. And it's a granite overlay for concrete. And if you Ah, follow me on Facebook, Facebook public figure at home of Carrie solving Facebook page We sent out the press release on this product, and I think this product has Tremendous reach when it comes to Taking care of some concrete issues. Cause it's one thing to make the patch. But it's another thing to have it. Look patch in some cases. Quite honestly. It looks worse than when it was sprawling or cracked. And if you have a stoop in front of your front door, that's the last thing you want. Is that look words just all patched. For a lot of people throw carpet over. But now you can take that patch dairy and literally put a granite overlay on it comes in. I think six different colors. You put it over the roller. Two coats. And then an anti slip clear protected. This phenomenal And what a great way to really spruce up the concrete around your home. All right. Let's get the Kim Kim welcome. Hey, Yeah. Gary. Thank you for taking my call. I'm in the middle of a dex projects. We bought a house last year. The decks, not in the greatest of shape, but the lumber prices are so high. We just We want to wait to replace until this Costco down, So I'm looking for We have Ah, aboveground pool, and I'm looking for a paint that will be nonskid but also feel some of the band spots and I looked at a few things online and I just kind of wanted to get your opinion. Give me the names. The things you found online. If you don't mind, one was called Tread tread. It's a boat. Forget the name of it now, um and I looked at the over our runner by s. I just want to make sure we're in that field so Um, yeah, There's there's different things. Duck deck overlay over armor. There's a whole bunch of names. Bear makes Amara by makes him Last week. I kind of went on a rant about how I wouldn't use them. Um, because The life span is limited. Not got a lot of emails and I got a few calls, you know, basically said you're crazy. I used it. Mine lasted five years. You just got to do the prep work. Um so I I've used his products. I've done the prep work. Most of us will not do the prep work properly in that product will fail. If you do that prep work by the law, that might be a problem for you. If he did anything doom or parent work than you normally would it normally what it would say to do. Over prep it. Because what you decide what you need. Uh, this would address that need But it's not a long term solution. You have to prime it first hand it and private Um, I the one I used on deck did not need a primer. Okay? So you need to be a temporary fix until we can, which is which is OK. OK, which is fine. Because it's meant to be a temporary fix where I kind of got off track with them. Is I got so many calls that after three or four years, the surface was peeling. And I asked about the prep course when the paint's feel peeling and you ask about the prepper by I did the best prep for Yeah, Yeah, I know. But it requires the prep work to a T and its design for Dex that are old. Splintering and it neat needs help, and it's not a long term fix. It's exactly what you're talking about. 34 years, Patch it up. It's just do it. Cost announces of it, too, because it's not cheap, and it doesn't go far. Yeah, that's that's the biggest. What was that? What was the one that you called it? Or what was? I think the one bear has is called on deck. Okay. I've used several, Yeah. Okay? Yeah. I mean, there. It's expensive, and it doesn't go a long way. Like you say, right? So a lot of times. Is it worth it? Yeah, well, last time, you know, just, you know, lumber prices are up, but composite prices. Kind of leveling off also, which means your composite decks are Actually getting more affordable. As lumber prices go up. And when you figure out how much it would cost you plus your labor to do the on deck. Maybe it's not a bad time to replace that. Yeah, That's what I was told my husband. I said, Why don't we just look at a complaint? I would rather good composite check anyway, because I can't stand standing and taking your well the cap composites. It's totally the wave of the future. Kim. There's No question about what they call me. Capt. Composites. It's a composite wood, but then it's capped with like a PVC. That's maybe an eighth of an inch there and You know, Mother Nature can't get to the wood. I mean, it's awesome stuff. It's not cheap, but really, when you think about what you're going to spend, and how much time we got to put the Cover up on their on again. It should be designed to do through for years. But just over prep a tive If you go that way, reduce instructions a few times and overdo it. Have you ever do it? Okay, Let me ask you one more question about the composite. Does that.
All In with Chris Hayes
Arizona seeing highest number of new coronavirus cases per capita
"Joining now from where things stand is to reject director for the Arizona Public Health. Association will humble. He's also the former director of the Arizona Department of Health Services and I know that. We've got data reportings very lumpy, and we're coming off a holiday weekend, and so the picture is not as clear on this Tuesday, as it normally would, because of those reporting delays, but this jumped out to me as of today Arizona not the cove infections per capita of any state, but also the most of any state has ever had. We hit five hundred and twenty eight per million, new. York topped out at five nine on April tenth. What what does it look like to you in Arizona, right now. That really says it all, doesn't it? I mean everybody knows what happened in New York and now it's happening in Arizona and who would have thought that it would happen in a state like Arizona but his shows you that the policy decisions that you're elected. Officials make have real life consequences and the decisions, the decisions in May and early June or lack of decisions are really what set in the cascade of events that ended up where we are today with a graph just saw. We're also seeing an inflection point in deaths in Arizona. We saw it also just I just saw about an hour ago. I think Texas reported its highest fatality level. I'm a very long time today. There's been this lag. Obviously between cases and battalions were catching more cases. There's a hope that fatalities won't be as high right now. What are you seeing the fatality data? Where do you think this is going? So. There's a couple of things that may be moderating the death rate here in Arizona. Number one is that the new cases are really exploding in twenty and thirty year old people who are. Less likely to end up in an ICU bed, and less likely to die. It happens, but it's less likely the other thing is that clinicians are getting better at treating people for covid. Nineteen at the beginning was just supportive care now there's a couple of medications that can improve the course of the illness, so as physicians learn a little bit more about how to treat illness I think that may be working in our favor a little bit and finally. I I'm hoping that this also represents an improvement in infection control within assisted living and skilled nursing facilities I. Don't know that for a fact. I do know that they are trying harder than they were and personal. Protective equipment is more available, but really there's no substitute for weekly testing of staff that work in those facilities. I don't think that that's happening. In terms of testing seeing, it's really maddening. We're seeing bottlenecks again, and you're seeing that in that positivity rate going up, and it's upright now. It's almost thirty percent I think in Arizona I mean the the recommendation the are you want the positivity right below three percent, which basically shows that you're testing enough? The MARICOPA county reported Covid, nineteen positivity rate of twenty eight point eight percent. This is the Phoenix Mayor tweeting. We've seen testing sites where people waited for more than eight hours in one hundred and ten degree heat to get tested. This is unacceptable. Arezzo needs more testing and context racing to slow the spread. This seems like a major major and acute failure right now as as the state tries to get a hold of this. positivity rate is off the charts, and as you said, it needs to be ten times lower than it is right now. We're at twenty five percent positive. The next highest state I think is Texas and Florida. They're in the the teens, so we're much higher that we need to be on that regard. The other thing is that our turnaround time on these tests is really pretty bad like we're looking at turnaround times between getting A. A sample collected from a patient and getting those results back from the lab of seven eight nine, even fourteen days, and what that means. Is that your contact tracing capacity? Your contact tracers can't do their job because by the time they get the data. The patient has already either gone back to work infected their roommates or co workers, and and it doesn't matter how good contact tracing capacity is if you're getting the results that late. It's going to be ineffective at Saint. We've gotta just get more tests, but faster testing. You know months ago. There's a lot of debate about the Swedish model Sweden was one of the few countries that had had you know. Had the virus didn't shutdown did close some things here? There? Make some efforts, and there was some question about. Can you avoid the worse consequences both economically and also of sort of social and physical and emotional health of lockdowns, and I your piece today basing no, it's not it's a cautionary tale. It was sort of a failed experiment. It does seem to me. We're headed towards the sun belt. Sweden experiment in the US I mean governor Ducey does seem reluctant to take any more steps and he has. We're just GONNA. Find out how bad it can get back. I Isaac, we adopted the Swedish model right around Memorial Day to be honest with. I've said that publicly that I think what we're really doing is going down the Swedish road and. And what we see is we can learn. The previous segment you talked about learning for mothers. You know I this is an example where we could have learned from others and I hope other people learn from us because this experiment isn't going well.
Weekend Edition Sunday
Amateur Astronomers Gather For 'Star Parties'
"For many of us, especially those who live in the eastern half of the United States. Light pollution has taken away much of the night sky. But there are still a few spots far from the city lights and each year, amateur, astronomers gathered there with their telescopes for what they affectionately, call star parties NPR's, Scott Neuman visited one of those parties in northern Pennsylvania, should be dead center. You see it, it's just after midnight. Fred hunter, and Bob kava are looking for 'em. Eleven and open star cluster in the constellation scudo. They're using a method called star hopping. No fancy electronics just estimating angles and distances from known bright stars to find what they're looking for right there. There is concede already there's a Cassiopeia your from the cities and suburbs light pollution has all but washed out, these faint deep sky, objects and amateur. Astronomers fiercely defend the darkness here, white lights are strictly forbidden red headlamps are everywhere. Hunter is a retired school custodian from West Virginia who builds his own scopes. I come to see the different scopes to get ideas to talk to people and then the dark skies is just desert. This is the desert, this is sprinkles on your ice cream here, it is kava is a first timer from Princeton, New Jersey, I'm a chemistry professor, Ian Hunter met by chance at this year's star party after they just happened to set up their telescopes next to each other. The two ended up observing together until the small hours. This is my hobby of doing it for thirty years, or something like that. And I thought I was an extreme amateur strong. I came here, and then I saw all incredible stuff that some of these people show. With I thought I'm not crazy yet chip template is president of the astronaut society of Harrisburg that puts on the annual star party. Yeah. Where we may get one hundred good nights of observing in a year say Arezzo has three hundred good nights. So you have that to deal with, but a good night here is good night as you're gonna find one member of the Harrisburg club. Brock San Cayman is among the most serious amateur astronomers you're likely to find with her fourteen inch reflector she enjoys looking for galaxies and nebulae that most others considered just too difficult. I've always been a science geek, ever since I was a little kid came in also belongs to a citizen science organization called iota, the international tation timing association, they pool observations of the dimming of light that occurs, when an asteroid passes in front of a distant star by measuring that dip in the light, which we do with video, recorders and cameras. You measure that dip and you can actually tell the size of the asteroid recently, she. He and fellow amateurs made similar observations of Pluto, that will help scientists learn more about that planets wispy atmosphere, but most of all at least on this outing to cherry springs came in his just content to be inspired by these rare skies. And you look at 'em fifty one new sue the spirals of the arms of the galaxy. And you'd think wow, you know, our Milky Way galaxies is like that. You know, we're just this little little
Josh's Trail with Elder Dr. Levon Yuille
Excessive rainfall and flash floods threaten central U.S.
"And other round of intense heavy rainfall anticipated across the already saturated west central Gulf region of the Gulf Coast and a moderate risk of excessive rainfall is in effect for the southeast Texas today in the south west Louisiana as an additional rainfall can only exacerbate the flash flood concerns that are in that area. You've seen the flooding in the streets of Houston, some of the areas that were already flooded a couple of years ago. And here we are back again and locally heavy. Rain and thunderstorms are possible in the south southeast at middle Atlantic and even the southwest this weekend in a four corner section out there of Mexico and Arezzo Anna, and Colorado and. Utah. Now, the rain is the heaviest right now around no Orleans, Louisiana and over towards Mississippi. It's raining pretty much all the way up to twenty in Mississippi and Louisiana and the eastern part of Texas, but that rain will dissipate somewhat in Texas today and concentrate more on the areas in Alabama and Mississippi and Louisiana rain will move into other areas over the weekend and moved to the east, but the heaviest rain and the flooding will be right now in losing Anna and eastern, Texas where they just can't take any more rain now taking a look at up north. You've got a freeze warning in western New York state around Dunkirk Fredonia most of Michigan is under a freezer. Broths warning a hard freeze warning in northern Michigan this morning, you've got some high winds in western South Dakota out there towards rapid city. Some scattered showers in the central part of Montana. You've got a freeze and frost warning in eastern Colorado tonight and the northwestern corner of Kansas, which some scattered showers in central and south eastern Kansas today and other than that the roads are looking pretty doggone good looking pretty doggone good out there this weekend. So maybe you'll catch you break. Everybody
News, Traffic and Weather
Shawn Miller, Arizona Daily Star And Arizona discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"They Arizona men's basketball programs being investigated by the NCAA says university spokesman to the Arizona Daily Star newspaper in Tucson Jay bias, correspondent with ABC news partner ESPN mentions evidence, including I wiretaps of university assistant allegedly talking about paying players allegedly about Shawn Miller, the Arizona Wildcats. Coach paying players you've got book Richardson's, Shaun. Miller's former assistant that's talking about specifically Shawn Miller paying players than you have well weighed on wiretaps, and that's been reported for months and then brought up in court. I'm just asking Arezzo. What more do you need because I can't see that you need.
San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition
St. Marys women fall on last-second shot by UC Davis Morgan Bertsch
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Saint Mary's women fall on last second shot by UC Davis's Morgan. Birch Morgan Birch hit a jumper with a second remaining Monday as host UC Davis adds Saint Mary's seventy six to seventy four on Monday night. The Gaels Emily Cottingham hit a three pointer with four seconds left to tie the game. Birds continued a game high twenty two points for the aggies. Seven five Nina solo added fourteen Madeline Holland paste, the Gaels five to four with seventeen points and Sydney regio had sixteen Meghan McCain had fourteen points and fourteen rebounds. Arizona sixty two tip forty Ari McDonald, led a balanced attack with fifteen points and dished out nine assists. As the host Wildcats nine one one easily McDonald is second in the NCWA in scoring with an average of twenty five point seven points per game. Briefly Baylor fell out of the top five for the first time. A nearly a year after losing at Stanford on Saturday. The lady bears dropped from third to six in the AP poll after losing sixty eight to sixty three to the then number eleven cardinal Stanford moved up to eighth Connecticut and Notre Dame still are the top two teams in the country. Callous number fourteen the bears host Yukon on Saturday afternoon. Men Sabin Lee scored fourteen points to lead five players in double figures and sharp shooting. Vanderbilt beat number eighteen Arezzo state eighty one to sixty five in Nashville Vanderbilt snapped an eight game skid against ranked opponents the Commodores seven two also beat Arizona state eight to for the first time in five tries on the sun. Devils first visit to memorial gym number eleven Florida's state eighty five southeast, Missouri. Sixty eight Trent Forrest scored a career-high twenty three points and freshman. Devon vassal added sixteen as the Seminoles nine one recovered from. Sluggish first half and beat the redhawks. Five seven Utah ninety three Florida AM sixty four Parker Van Dyke scored a career-high twenty points while making a career high six three pointers to lead the host youths five five over the Rattlers three nine TIMMY, Allen and Cedric bear field added sixteen points. A piece for the Oregon state eighty two Pepperdine sixty seven Cuyler Kelly set a school record with nine blocks and added ten points and nine rebounds as the host beavers seven three beat the waves six six Washington state ninety four writer eighty Robert Franks had twenty five points, twelve rebounds and five assists as the host Cougars. Six three beat the Bronx for four briefly, Kansas Duke and Tennessee were one two three and the AP top twenty five poll for the second straight week. Meanwhile, reigning national champion Villanova fell out for a second time Gaza which lost the number one ranking. After a loss to Tennessee on December ninth fell four spots to eighth after Saturday's loss at North Carolina.
Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes
Chaos descends as Senate hearing on Trump's high court nominee opens
"Chaotic started to the caviar hearing with protesters and Democrats demanding time to review documents. They were denied champion. I'd like reading. Before we proceed what is the rush? What are we trying to hide by not having the documents out front? The committee chair Chuck Grassley unable to even introducing nominee in the first few minutes of the hearing.
Urban Meyer suspended for three games by Ohio State
"Jay Reynolds the headline in Ohio State certainly the. Three-game suspension for coach urban Meyer athletic director gene Smith though also suspended he's gone without pay for seventeen days to book. Nation To the board of trustees and president Drake. I want, to express my, sincere apologies of what situation that we have before us Appreciate, the hard work and effort of the investigative team and the leadership of our president I'm very appreciative of the working relationship. That I have with Dr Drake look forward to continuing that relationship world into the future I. Would also like to thank our board of trustees and my colleague. Said to university for there are workers support during this time I fully support, the findings of the report and the subsequent actions that the university has taken I. Have ultimate authority and responsibility and oversight and accountability for athletic department and particularly the, football program and I understand did I could have done a better job in this particular instance I want to think university community and all of our nation for their understanding and humbly ask them. For their continued support of our most cherished asset our student athletes particularly our football team as they. Prepare for the start of another season is in in their academic pursuits as well I won't say coach Ryan day in acid all of us continue to support him in our support staff around football They have been strong leaders. To this time and we are appreciative of everything that they have done Top priority over the next few days is to make sure that we do everything we can to to reaffirm coach days a commitment to being our interim coach during this time frame are also be. Working to assure student athletes have every resource they need to maintain their focus on academics income competition. I know that the leadership team in our department athletics will continue to keep our operations running smoothly Really appreciative of president Drake really appreciative of our board of trustees and I sincerely apologize to book. On nation and all the student athletes that we ultimately serve for the situation that we're in today Athletic director gene Smith suspended. For two plus weeks without pay coach urban, Meyer pay on paid administrative leave. Since August I it's a. Three game suspension without pay for his handling of the abuse allegations against his former assistant
Trump camp files arbitration against Omarosa for alleged NDA breach
"The investigation is being led by officers from the counter Terrorism, command this is really important because this guy doesn't appear to be on any intelligence radars he doesn't appear to be known to thorns so they, appear to be treating it as, a terror attack mostly because of the method used because of, the attack not the Intel necessarily surrounding this guy that's ABC's Mollie hunter President Trump's campaign has filed for,
Mac and Gaydos
Eleven children found at squalid New Mexico compound, two arrested
"Campaign events today around the valley KTAR's Mark Carlson. Is live now and tells his house minority leaders here because here is known. As a battleground state for control of the house Becky Lynn control of the. House could come right through Arizona Pelosi says Arizona house races could be very close and that's. One reason she's in Arizona urging Democrats to get out, the vote it was six months. Ago Pelosi called. The GOP and Trump back tax cuts Armageddon But House Democratic leader says she stands by that statement despite. A robust economy but the biggest indicator for us is the size of the. Paycheck We are the people. Lower healthcare costs bigger paychecks cleaner government and that Bill is not about any of that Democrats say, that to make up. For the tax cuts Republicans plan cuts to, programs, that, are vital to working people like social security and Medicare reporting, live Mark Carlson. KTAR news why would anybody want California politics in Arizona Arizona Republican party's response to house minority leader Pelosi's visit to Arizona today Arizona GOP chair Jonathan line says her visit. Is just a pushed attorney Zona bloop she along. With star, and other leftist liberal elites are pushing to, create another California in our Arezzo Anna and we're simply not going. To stand for that he says the Arizona Republicans are even using the hashtag. Don't California my Arizona in response to Pelosi's event today in Phoenix Citing, a credible threat, officials at Florida Atlantic university had canceled today's scheduled graduation ceremony as students got ready to cross the stage. And received their diplomas the announcement was made that they had to evacuate one of the graduates moot, Tina Johnston says she'd. Been looking forward to this day for a, long, time, it was disappointing it was a shock because this is the, day that we're. Excited for the investigation is continuing and officials say they will will reschedule the ceremonies a tragic discovery at the compound in northern New Mexico where eleven malnourished children living in. Filthy conditions were rescued and an emotional news conference. Today tells, county sheriff Jerry Griff announcing that they are, now trying to identify the remains of child found on the property Eleven nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine we did find the remains of a young boy one of the men arrested. When the, children were rescued on Friday was wanted on a child abduction warrant. In Georgia a boy had been reported missing the interest in police body cams in Arizona has perked up again thanks to, a state legislator caught on one bragging. About speeding or what's. The Phoenix police department doing about the department has three hundred body cams for twenty nine, hundred forty five officers sergeant Vince Lewis says it's not that the department doesn't. Want them to understand and recognize the importance of having body cameras both transparency. And to assist. Within our investigations Lewis says the Phoenix PD's just taking its time or the process of a request for purchase with different vendors to identify the, product to go citywide with that's happening on the city side last January the department put bodycam purchases on hold over concerns about outdated technology Kathy Klein KTAR news, a fourteen year old boy has died after being pulled out of a Phoenix pool by maintenance workers Near twenty three rd avenue. And, Campbell is unknown how long he was in the pool priority being pulled out by maintenance and we were told that the family noticed he was not in the house and they were looking for that's when, he was founded the pool area captain Kenny Overton with the Phoenix fire department says the teen may, have had some mental disabilities and had been. Warned repeatedly by the family to stay away from the pool area and the eleven year old girl found unresponsive in Tempe pool last week died today on this first Tempe fire responded to. A call, at a home near McClintock and baseline where California family was renting. The home when firefighters got to the scene the girl was unresponsive she remained in critical condition until today when she died It is coming up now on 507 time. To get another look at traffic with detour Dan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center hey good news on the east side that wreck on the one on one Pima freeway. Southbound near entry all moved off to the right we're good. To go with that now all lanes. Reopened there southbound one zero one hour free your wreck is also off right south of Thomas approaching McDowell westbound. Tenant twenty seventh avenue you're off, and on the southbound. One price freeway approaching Elliott there's a wreck off right One westbound approaching sixty seventh, avenue another one off right we've also got a. Thirty seven minute ride westbound I ten fifty one west to eighty three rd avenue twenty. One minutes on the northbound seventeen from nineteen. Th, avenue to Peoria twenty two minutes up northbound fifty one I ten mini stack north develop an eighteen minutes on the westbound one one..
Trump shares "very nice" letter from North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un
"That he and his house judiciary committee called exempt some big decisions to make if we find criminal activity going on here we're going to have to refer that over to the attorney general's office and see what jeff sessions and his team will do with that strikes former fbi lover lisa page is scheduled to testify president trump twit tweeted out a letter this morning that he says he's received from north korean leader kim jong un in the letter dated july the sixth says that his meeting with trump in singapore was the start of a meaningful journey wound refers to trump as quote your excellency and says he extends his convictions that another meeting between the two leaders is in the future ktar is on the economy under governor doug ducey is way again on a new report showing why arezzo china is a top place for business simply put he's not surprised cnbc ranked arizona twentieth on it's best state for business lists up six spots from last year the governor tells ktar more people are moving here and for good reason we've created over a hundred and sixty thousand private sector jobs in the last three years and had three hundred companies were you locate tarazona right now see says there are more jobs available than there are people to fill them adding the key moving forward is not increasing taxes or regulations jeremy foster ktar news well if you're hoping to get to a build a bear location today to take advantage of the pay your age event you are out of luck the company now says they can't accept anymore guest at any of their us locations due to crowd and safety concerns at build a bear the third arizona diamondbacks player is going to be headed to the major league baseball all star game in washington later this month pitcher zack greinke he has been named as a replacement attendee for the game he replaces chicago cubs starter john lester who was unavailable to pitch into game because the cubs moved up one of his starts and pitched him too late before the all star game grank he joins fellow dbox paul goldschmidt and patrick corbin on the national league team that follows seven with traffic every six minutes here's larry lewis live from the valley chevy dealers traffic center bob we got double trouble now ten westbound we've got.
The Dave Ramsey Show
Phoenix, Dwight Miles and Jd Hayworth discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"In phoenix involving a pregnant woman and her boyfriend police say the woman's been identified as twenty nine year old chelsea dennis she was killed her baby was delivered but is in critical condition this suspect thirtysixyearold dwight miles was arrested for homicide near the scene of the crime around seventh street and northern flags at allstate buildings will fly at half staff until sunset on saturday in honor and remembrance a former first lady barbara bush arizona governor doug ducey tweeted that arizona mourns with the rest of the country let her spirit kindness and grace continue to be an inspiration to us all barbara bush died yesterday at the age of ninety two a former arizona lawmaker is sharing his memories of the late barbara bush former congressman jd hayworth tells arezzo ona's morning news that he recalls a fundraiser he did back in two thousand four with the late first lady and her husband former president george hw bush in mesa in the president seasoning hey jd barn i always watch on fox news.
The Dave Ramsey Show
Bipartisan group in Congress pushes for immigration vote
"Ktar news app your breaking news and traffic now it's eleven thirty i'm bob mcclay here's our top story last week a teachers groups student support with governor doug ducey as he announced his proposal to increase their paychecks now that group is having second thoughts zona says it does not support ducey's proposal we support increasing teacher pay getting more money into the classrooms that current proposal doesn't put any new money into either of those goals the group's dawn peniche soccer says proposal moves money around from existing budgets and it relies on peter projections for money that the state might bring in those are unpredictable and they're not new dollars that is what we cannot indoors griselda zetino ktar news the national transportation safety board is focusing in on possible metal fatigue and the engine that south west of that southwest airlines plane that had an engine exploded yesterday already southwest airlines who said it is excel rating it's inspections of cfm fiftysix engines type that failed on tuesday now the makers of that engine ge in the us and a french company that worked together say they have technicians being deployed to help southwest airlines conduct oltra sonic inspections on the fleet for any metal fatigue and engine fan blades they helped to give the inspections done on planes that are flying right now within thirty days that's abc's alec stone ktar is on immigration there's a bipartisan effort on capitol hill to force debate on plans to help dreamers california congresswoman linda sanchez says house speaker paul ryan is refusing to allow bipartisan daca bill come to the floor could pass it we believe there is enough support within the republican caucus but one hundred of the most conservative members of that caucus are making policy for the rest of the united states yesterday a result senator jeff flake requested passage of a temporary daca solution a former arizona lawmaker says the late first lady barbara bush will be missed here in the valley former congressman jd hayworth tells arezzo morning news she made quite the impression here over the years i know today over mesa because there is a barbara bush elementary school i bet you there are some so her impact nationwide but here in the valley is felt bush died yesterday in houston at the age of ninety two first lady melania trump is planning to attend her funeral on saturday now for a check on traffic here's dani sullivan live from.
24 Hour News
Texas sends 250 National Guard troops to Mexico border
"To the president trump's call for troops along the mexico border if he correspondent mike rossier texas and arezzo wanna have begun activating national guard troops for deployment on the us mexico border brigadier general tracy moore's is commander of the texas army national guard within seventy two hours the texas military department will have two hundred and fifty personnel along with ground surveillance vehicles as well as light and medium aviation platforms meantime president trump has signed a memo directing his administration to take steps to end the policy of catch and release of unauthorized immigrants while the await immigration hearings at attorney general jeff sessions has instructed federal prosecutors to have zero tolerance with the detention of even first time illegal border crossers mike rossier washington rain is falling across northern california tonight and the national weather service predicts four to six inches through sunday you're seventy national park is shutdown.
Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow & Elisa Jaffe
Better-than-expected haul for Tyrod Taylor sets Bills up to draft QB - Buffalo Bills Blog- ESPN
"And experience to play for them in their secondary and sherman will get money and eighty seven eight million dollars for this year that with injury settlement or close the eleven million he could have made with seattle anyway and you're likely will sign a oneyear deal to prove it and if he can prove it he'll be in for one more big payday next year is an unrestricted creates i think that if he most likely scenario the plays out here we've heard a lot about and see heading seven himself quoted today is saying make the seahawks want him back after he go shopping i think once he goes shop and he's going to realize you get a price the seahawks came cannot that always great to connect with gregg bill covers a hot sudanese tribune anz come i would wish you a quiet weekend would ever think weather right around the corner greg i don't think you're gonna get a thank you so much of your time again cruciate the thought both legs come on his time three forty one and let's get into more sports tara we will do a brought to you by divorce lawyers for man so very interesting trade just going down in the nfl the cleveland browns acquire from the buffalo bills they're starting quarterback ty ride taylor in return the bills get a thirdround draft pick in so it makes you wonder what this means for the browns in terms of drafting a quarterback with the number one overall selection in the nfl draft adding intrigued to an already curious situation with nfl free agency as well right around the corner getting underway on wednesday teams can begin negotiating with free agents like richard sherman come monday mariners in the desert today and they came up short against the francisco giants who top the ems tend to seven three mariners with home runs today d gordon nelson cruz and dan vogel back the story on the mound you're always wondering how are those starters doing how deep our they starting to get into games well lefty james paxton went three innings gave up five hits four runs four earned runs four strikeouts and a one walk for the big maple all right basketball tonight in las vegas sits the semi finals of the pac 12 turkey first game up ucla taking on arezzo owner that at 830 oregon will face u s e and also in las vegas the.