20 Burst results for "Ascott"
Pre Cheltenham Gravy at Super Sandown Saturday
"So let's build up the gravy four cheltenham by starting with the one fifty at sandown. It is european breeders fund. Patty power national novices handicap hurdle. The market is fairly tightly. Congested as we record on thursday afternoon. What's your approach to. The race is one of the One of the most competitive handicaps off the season for notices. It has in his time. Take place not quite at the cheltenham festival but on the friday at cheltenham after the festival chicago. What's called bear. Cluele one yes they They had an extra day's racing at the end of the festival. Which was not part of the festival was like the old roy. Ascott then yes. It's accurate roll. Asked where you need of ascot heath for the Roy saturday and easy. It could easily come on the place at the festival But saw here we have it's He's don't get the weekend before. I and it's it's a typically ver- really competitive renewal. I was thinking of some of putting my man selection make bracelets very nearly near the top of my of my shortlist because he he was running up with his first start over hurdles on one his bumper at at harris on he he won a novice hurdle arts become her hand for last night. Beating winds fire on some of the hunter looks okay form. He was favourite for that business in his previous form. And i didn't look too awful lot to win it but the phones were tight. While windsor finestone with the hundred were second and third on the pair of them have run. Run well since a win. File second door sidelight called meru. Shameless mullins is He's all right on the Blame the game. He was favourite was a winner of handicap on his next start at faking him on the the divorce. He said he finished third at some herod. Run very well on his on his nick start She'd been to start since including being second in good handicap at reveal the j. So that's that forms working out. Well he will progress again. But i kind of expected the story here to be that some conflict was a strong favors. I think constantly really ought to be clear. Favourite for this rests on looking at this. I look at a go right. They're gonna make conflict. show press. Who can find against him. Kind of an automatic thing. The conflicts performers all being on heavy ground. But there's no reason to think that he actually needs it. Obviously we've we've had softened heavy going through the season thus far my lebron runs in the In the colors of Harry redknapp itemizing. This has been his his aimal season now. One not want a couple times and bumpers times. He's been beaten over hurdles beating twice in exeter second. Both times should have won one. The first time national line and should have won three the second time when he led at the last but stumbled on again cloak coupla zone. Now you might take that you know. He's done closer. Mantra trading short a might be lots dot straightforward but. He did an awful lot. Roman either those those occasions And of course. He then withdrew restaurant by ten lights. Last time i've been in hospitals sheldon the also runs air and the impression of from is is that He's a pretty is a pretty solid prospect hero. Kamara one hundred thirty. that seems Seems a decent enough mark. Martin hall is beaten already be An extra again. He reopposes but that was in the race. Were constantly traders Right out the close to the surprise when he went one zero three on the third they got around he also reopposes. He was winning semi as well. It's not farmers which i really well. i think. Constantly the winner musto a lot. Dan level of martin all martin. How must give him wit. I i thought obviously you can make a case. Martin house improved again having one from seoul water one again at extra heavy grind last time out but i saw that some in terms of you know you have to put them together in terms of raw ability. There's nothing between them. So getting this from on hollywood definitely young favorite conflict. Who it's over. It will say martin halls improved will conflicts improved to intend lights and extra. Last time i did that easing dine. So fortunately answer questions about whether the resolution to win a wrist On second he'd be posted on even better
What Music Can I Use For Live Streaming
"Have you ever wondered what music you can use for live streaming just because the music is available. Can you use it for live streaming on this episode gemini or going to answer the question. What music can i use for livestreaming including providing you with some of the free end he'd solutions so gem you know i'm going to go and just ask like just the big elephant in the room here People you know they. They want to use musical livestreaming. Can they just use like apple music or spotify or something they haven't licensed to. I'm not gonna say a flat out. No i'm going to say it really depends and what i mean by that. Is you know we can live stream to a lot of places right churches to live streams. you know there's events that do livestream on private platforms like in that was reached the purchased or purchase stream yard as an example. So there's a lot of these event closed-loop software type platforms where you're able to livestream to as when it's a case like that i would say yes. You can but also consider where is that content going to be seen after the fact because that's when sometimes of an artist finds out you're using their music for commercial gain. They may come after you so you have to be careful about that. When it comes to the social media platform you got to be extremely careful because they will take down. They will warn you like. Hey you're playing this music. You don't have a right to and even if you do you've gotta make sure because maybe your actual band and you're wanting to do a livestream playing your own music. You got to be extremely careful about making sure that you are following the rules and regulations because otherwise you're going to have a lot of headaches when it comes to putting music out there so as a we'll say probably the majority of people that are live streaming out there. Sure we all wanna have you wanna call it. The pattern interrupted one. A have music to get things going. You know maybe even your countdown timer has music going along with it. Or maybe you have an intro video sizzle reel. that's got music going to it. Well you can. But there's some specific places you want to go to get that music so that you don't get your stuffed Pull down and so christian. Why don't you will. I like to think Hear what you think about this and maybe let's get into some of these places that they can go to so yeah. This is a such an interesting topic you know and i realized people wanna make their livestreams much more engaging for example. If i'm you know doing a fitness training at home i wanna have music that people know but at the same time Play can't put a speaker next to my microphone. I can't put my apple music or spotify platform on and stream music from there as well you know and you know people need to be. You need to be really careful with the music. You choose to use because it it also doesn't like the same thing holds true for example live streaming if i'm going to have a musician perform and that musician for example is say they're just performing their own music. They don't necessarily have the rights to perform their music because they don't for the most part they don't own their music you know and i can't speak to like every artist but they have a contract. They've contract with universal music group for example and that i actually think you know jim i dunno if you pay attention to this bill like most of the time musicians only go and they perform at very specific events perform it like the grammies the oscars you know. They're performing at a concert. They're doing something for example four to promote the album but outside of that you don't find them for example you're not going on social media singing their music. They're not playing their music on social media. they're not putting on classes using their music and i think the big thing comes down to because they don't own it. I assume that's why that's happening. You know why that whites very controlled and so you know as far as Picking music for livestreaming. I mean it's it's definitely you're gonna wanna make sure that you've read up on Ascott and bmi. Because that's going to be really what dictates what you can and can't use for music for livestreams so it doesn't matter like oh you know it doesn't and also doesn't matter how big or small the event is right. I mean if like if it's a school play for example still doesn't matter you know you need to be using music that you have legally paid four. Yeah because you know because think of as an example right you sometimes have You know these these Schools maybe they're doing like a play like frozen and they wanna play the the frozen music. Well disney's not gonna like that and they will take it down. Yeah i mean doesn't even does or does he so. Churches run into this often when they want to stream like when they wanna play a movie. They wanted to a movie for their congregation for example. Same exactly it doesn't matter that you're a church. They're not gonna look ends they. Oh well you know what. You're a church We're going to like we're gonna go easy on you. It doesn't matter you still have to follow the rules. It doesn't matter as well if your business doesn't make any money that's a whole nother thing if you don't make any money but you're trying to use the free you're trying to use someone else's music if you are in the business of trying to make money and even you're not making money you still have to pay for that license so you know so what we've done is we've come up with Quite a number twenty one free and paid solutions. And we're going to do. Here's we're not going to go through all twenty one of these. What we're gonna do is we're going to pick out. Maybe a five to seven of our favorite ones and will put the rest of these in the description of the podcast And the reason we want to do this because well for the most part you know we mention hey you should go check out a sound stripe for example. Well they all pretty much. Do the same thing you pay a licensing fee and you get access to certain libraries of music. It's pretty much the way it works. And there's different some different features to some of these. Some of them are some of them have like really vast library. Some of them you know have just very select music. So we're gonna talk through there. So so jim what i want to do. Is i'm gonna start just the first couple here and you know if i'm going to pick music for livestreaming a the first place i would start would be to look at youtube library or your facebook sound collection now. These are free resources provided by youtube and facebook for you to be able to go in fine music that you can legally use now the key thing to keep in mind here. These are free options so your options are going to be limited. You know they're going to be good for background. Music or intro videos. Maybe some altro videos. If i'm going to be doing for example fitness and i want something that's like high beats per minute and once that people already know probably not gonna find it there but it'll be good for you know the standard thing that people would use for livestream
"ascott" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Was horrible and of course I didn't think it was that bad. But I figured that was me but. I down you ninety percent of the people that I talked to and some high up in Racing Leigh My name out of it. All told me the same thing. So you know I I, don't know if they were just trying to make me feel better because they're my friends but again. I thought it was pretty bad but. Now you know like I said, it is what it is. You can't take the win away from the Horse. He has no idea. You know what's funny is you know obviously money is is. Why we do this, we do it for a lot of things and money is one but. The, money never entered my mind. I it. Never. It never was about the money. Would it cost me as the trainer which was a substantial amount but he even for the owners because you know breezy they're they're really good guys in it didn't affect. Would they were going to have for dinner that night but it was the not winning the race you know it it was never about the money. No. Of course not you know I, it. It's a question of. The series of accomplishment he is a gelding it's not like. It's GonNa. It's GonNa take away from you know from a stallion career but it it. It's one thing as well. Joe When it could go fifty fifty when there's legitimate when there's a legitimate reason descended upstairs and for the stewards to kind of chew on it this one, this one was just. I missed the fine. The way everybody sort of looked at it. Yeah now so unfortunately though we can't change it. So all we can do is move on and live with it and. Get don't WanNA accept it, but we did. You know there's there's two. Interesting. winners out of Saturday at at Kentucky down and I want you to talk about the turf to because he he actually has gotten over a turf with given the ground before in fact, including that win at. PIMLICO. when when there was that very heavy weather that we had But you and Marquess have got to be thrilled because you know you're both of your horses. When it comes to got stormy and implements both. Sort of we're you know we're kind of. Kind of lost their action a little bit. You know you last fall coming back from from ascot and her from the beginning of the year at stake in her a while to get back to her, you know her relay races. So there's really a parallel story here for the two of you. In retrospect now, what's your thought about last fall the Post Ascot? Well, you know. When we got back from Royal Ascott I thought my my horse had an easier trip going to God. Then he did coming back, it was a little rough on.
"ascott" Discussed on Latino USA
"Film critic you see many an image of a white man in a pair of glasses, and maybe an Ascott. And well, I can't confirm or deny how many film critics wear glasses or Ascot's. According to a USC study. Nearly eighty percent of all reviews written in two thousand seventeen were penned by men and over eighty two percent of reviews were written by white people. Film. Critics can make or break a film success and so much of how audiences find movies is due to their work yet. There are few film critics of color, and that means that the people shaping our opinions are tastes and the very way that we talk about movies are not Representative of the nation as a whole campaigns like hashtag oscarssowhite have raised awareness that is translated into actual change when it comes to diversity in Hollywood. But what about the world of film criticism? From NPR and Fukuda media. It's does he know USA? I'm Anthony city Hilo in for Jana Hosa and today around table with lead the next film critics about what their role should be as Hollywood evolves. And what movies they think you should be watching? Today. I'm speaking with four let the next film critics. I gladly up week the president of the Los Angeles Film Critics association and contributor to KPCC Vanessa. So is the film editor at remain slammed the preeminent online magazine about let the next culture montier. Gus THEO has written for the New York Times and the Washington Post and our final guests men would with include has written for the Atlantic. Enter misclass- my first question is what's the first film? You've ever reviewed plow. The if you want to start sure it was training day..
"ascott" Discussed on High and Mighty
"And I remember thinking this to with like when I started UCB. There was a big phase of like men getting make it onstage. Partly why every time I said, I'm on those goddamn chairs on stage. I'm like, I'm there's asked juice getting on my jeans right now. But they were so many thought when asked us on those chairs wearing pants with this. And we're all human. Stood up on like a hot August Ascott and seeing my chair and been like, please dry pleased, especially in like podcast rooms like when you're up in the air wolf studio. I have gotten up and been like, I must swamp forehead. After me, brother. Oh, good. You're back. This dog is so cute. Back. Oh my God. I was afraid when he left that he wasn't gonna come because I kind of talked about. Really our guests back. I don't know her energies off. Oh, but but I was like I remember the time being like God, it sucks that there's not a version of that. Where if a woman gets naked on stage, even if it's very funny. You're risking half. Audience is gonna is gonna be jerking off or judging or it's just a different. It's just so different. Like, honestly guy being Megan onstage, isn't even sexual. It's literally just gross like everyone is screaming in horror and laughing because there's absolutely no miss. I think part of it is like anatomical where there's no mystery to men like if you get naked. It's like. China's not like inside outing my vagina. All of that would be fun. Unsexy? No that you can't everybody all women can inside out their vaginas asking as my wife for years. Well, how long have you been married 'cause maybe that's the pro still new for fifteen minutes. Still new. Just ways golden anniversary kind of thing. Okay. Fingers gross something to look forward to in a marriage fine. I mean, my Granddad and see my nana's until she was well into her sixties out. He came home from the war expecting it. And she was on now. Until like the eighties. But we all remember when grandma finally did a grandpa was changed, man. Kinda actually fucked up for awhile hair turn away when you've seen your wife over is outside or body when they do the Philippian to drop it's like intense to see. Yeah. I mean, there's something like especially like a dude with like a comedy flaccid penis and a gut like it's like the most it's not sexual actually disgusting. Disgusting and funny sort of live kind of they're like, okay. You nailed it there too. Because a guy being disgusted isn't sad and by discussing I think we're we're saying not model like we're sort of going like disgusting in I'm making quote, discussing hyperbole girl, not being sexy is sad. Like, I have made self deprecating humor about my body on Twitter and gotten all these like only God, what are you talking about? And meanwhile, Nicole nickel by actually does a joke about this. I'm just want to say that even thought of it. At the same time. Nobody stole from anybody. But it is crazy. It's like if a guy does out never one laughs like, oh, ha, we're all human girls. Like, I'm not I looked gross under my clothes. And it's like, but what else do you have? What will you do? It is a weird. And it's women that do it to do a two women don't say that about yourself for sure. Mostly guys on Twitter. That's an replay..
"ascott" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons
"Let's have him in. So I went in on callback day in a t shirt, and jeans and all these established British character actors whose names, I don't know. But whose faces I see in everything they're all there and their Ascott ties in their tweed jackets, and I'm on I'm their jeans, and I go in I guess, I go, I guess because I felt I had no shot, you know, I just kind of relaxed into it and just played the character and the snark of them and he's the snarky British announcer. Who doesn't know that he's not narrating a nature documentary. So all this crab skew. No, the the cars keep blasting through these beautiful scenes, and he's getting more and more frustrated, and that's a note. I know how to play slow burn guy. That's what the brains all about the frustration with pinky is half, the fun. So. I don't know they called me up at six o'clock at night put me on a villain. Then two days later gave you know said you're booked. So that was that was that was a nice run. We were the fifth most watched and by watched meaning returned to people sought it out on Google about Tober seven million views in one month. Alec and I saw just we just came across it like you would any commercial or is like oh my God. And we. To see that again. People clicked on it a lot. So yeah, that's sort of fun. Well, we talk about it with people who've written on the Simpsons as well about how the invention of the internet has really changed things for animation because as you have spoken to, you know, like for the most part, these are the types of jobs that are not on public display, but because of because of the online ability to communicate and then because of Comecon the fans are I bet they've always been there. It's just that. Now, they're able to actually show you just like we love you and our name to care too. I mean, we kind of touched on this earlier about like, even if you know, you have touched I would say all of our listeners lives in some way. Just because you're so prolific and you're working you're so good. But especially within like the Simpsons verse which I extend to futurama, and now disenchantment, you know, now the internet communities being what they are. I feel like your name is so recognizable across all of these boards. Now. Now because of that and synonymous with you know, that kind of synthetic you about I mean, I always feel Al Alice will put me at least an episode of year. And and and you know, sometimes it's necessary. Like, they've written Orson Welles thing. And sometimes I can just tell you just like he just likes having me on the show. Yeah. And and I get I love he gives me that single card billing that people fight for that pilling in dall- just gives it to me, you know. So I think it gives me some cachet that I don't really deserve special guest. You know, and and titan, and Mick Jagger is gang credited with everybody else. But you know, it's it really isn't. It's an honor. Whenever I do the Simpsons. And I'm I'm thinking about twenty six episodes my credit, which is a lot. I didn't realize a done so many until I kind of I am d beat myself. Holy moly. I've been on that show quite a bit. So I I guess we should talk about today's episode just a little bit in the voices that you do in this episode. So we touched on you told us the whole story about the sushi chef. Yup. But you also do a Brando impression in this episode rate is down Brando. I don't think that's my sorry. No. You know what? I sat I watched it..
"ascott" Discussed on The Polygon Show
"Just like man, they all look the same. They're all these old ball Ruffy, white people. What do I do it? So it's so true. You know, and I'm just like, yes, there's Ruffy white men with the funny Ascott, but there's also another one that has like a slightly larger Ascott, and like I have to differentiate the different Ascott men or one guy shows sort of his chest hair. So I have to be like, okay. Yes. I think that that's you all had this same hats every time. I see the guy with tattoos. I'm like, yes. Ted two-man easily recognize. I do too. I don't know. Difficulty. Emit? I didn't see this until like fucking ten hours into this fricken game that they're like these teeny little aero sometimes like, yeah. The character portraits on each page. And then I think I accidentally clicked on it. Because like you said it's like a little hard to maneuver, Noor keyboard? And there was like this is like your deduction rating right three being that. This is probably like you probably don't have enough information. So it's best that you leave it to later. Oh, my and so and then so they were like you can. But like we don't really recommend. But the dude with tattoos has a one. And I'm like, I don't know. You are I've seen you everywhere. I know how we litter we literally guess based on like and sometimes also list the nationality of people. So sometime was nice. Yeah. I was like, okay. I'm not gonna I'm gonna make some assumptions that that guy's not from England. Yeah. The thing that really got me was once I was so proud of myself because I was like. Oh, yeah. Like that dude's Russian and then I run like go to love book tab. And then like, oh, yeah. It's and there's three Russia, and I'm like ha there were similarly for men from India. And I'm like, oh, no. I know a lot of dudes from China. I don't know what to and you know, the game does explicitly say like it will not always give you enough information. And that you will have to do a lot of just like guesswork. And I was like, okay. Just like, okay check. But the other really frustrating thing that I think we've forgot to mention is that you only know that your answers are correct. If you get three correct at time. Yes. So it's in sets of three that it will finally but just like three fates three fates like so everything about. Yeah. This person and halladay died. And so if you like say, you have to say, you got that writes it self in the log book, but if you get like two out of three correct like, you don't know if you won't know till you get exactly and that. That's so frustrating because for me, I'm like, I feel like I have two out of three. But I could be totally wrong could have one or two three when you get that first three if you'll so I think we have to move on from return the over den, which is very good game. Talk about forever. I I can't I can't recommend in this game enough. It's twenty dollars runs on PC and MAC right in Renton. Did you guys play on your max? Yes. Okay. It runs on a lot of things and say this is a like, please play this game, y'all. So definitely I'll write Allegra. You have been playing tetris effect. Yes yesterday. Yes. That's it on good talk. All right. Thank you. Yesterday. I went home, and my apartment was dark, which meant known was there. I was like, yeah. The pants come up sweatshirt goes on. Yeah. Grandma jar peanut butter is great during pair seco-. It was lovely millennia. But you said Paris is like. J's my peanut butter sitting next to my Paris ticked CARA. Checks. And I was like I can do whatever I want. No one is here. I don't know where anybody is assume they're not coming back. It was the right is something to make on your loan. So I was like I can do whatever with my lovely fifty five inch work eight years. She that you yourself wrote myself. So I I want to movie I didn't like it. Let's talk about it. And then like place temptress effect because I'm alone. And tetris fact looks great on that TV, and I never got the chance to play anything sport..
"ascott" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"Thanks for your call, sir. What the doctor said to you doctor told me that I should not take him. Basically, tell me what a lot of these people say not personal. But I told him that I was humiliated because they made me look like a fool. Okay, and not everybody. How are you made to look like a fool farmer? I'll let me just say that farmers insurance will not cover silly string at my house. They laughed when I called him up, and I made the phone call this morning at approximately seven fifteen because I knew my agent was in. And I said to my agent got Rick listen, you gotta get over overexcited. Silly string last night? Now, I wanted to segment I don't know how quick you guys can cut a check. They didn't wait a second. Man. I can cover your pad for silly string. Okay, and hill. But I'm saying they will cover you to have your home a burglarized. So that's the point that I'm trying to make you know, you get your home burglarized. You expect that because you have insurance for that. That's silly string last night. You think farmers insurance gonna cut me a cheque at I would not expect them to. And I don't know why you would make a claim like that. But I will. Tell you this the doctor agrees with some of these colors, you're taking it very very personally. But I was started. It was only house on the block that got silly string last night. My ascott. Silly string see are asking silly string. I didn't see anybody else's, sir. And that's the point that I'm trying to make all right here. Here is Wichita Phil Henry show. Hello. Yeah. Hey, you know, he may not give out the Brinson boxes or bags of popcorn. But he does give out them most line and I've ever heard and you've got to be the biggest baby I've ever heard. You talking to me? Yeah. About what what what am I saying that doesn't resonate with every home? Are you on your own home? You bet you do. I find it hard to believe. I find it hard to believe that a girl man like you is such a big what does your point, sir? But you just the baby unequipped, your wine and our go home and brought to your your mother. I'll tell you what the minute you own your own home. You let me know. Yeah. Okay. Okay. Here is Santa Barbara in the Phil Hendrie show. Yeah. Man. You gotta get over this eating right now. Are you eating right now? Okay. See you later swallow your freaking food before you. Call this show one eight hundred five zero one eight hundred four four nine eight six eight six one eight hundred four four nine eight six eight six Phil Hendrie show here..
"ascott" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action
"No, the whole reason I even ever became a professional stuntman is because I met evil as a child I met him at Ascott park in Gardena as a child and from that moment on I never wanted to do anything, but be like evil knievel to me to me. It was like touching superman Cape. Literally. I mean, he he was superman to I don't even want to say a generation of people. I mean, you know, his legacy lives on today. You guys kids that are five years old evil can even they know who he is. Yeah. Absolutely evil. Knievel stands for, you know, America stands for going for it. It stands for the real deal. I mean, there was nothing phony or manufactured about that guy. He just was who he was. Yeah. Well, and take us through that. Because you know, I know a lot of a lot of people growing up. You said you met him at ask out at a young age and a lot of people, you know, they meet people, and then they go. Hey, I want to do that when I get older. But as I know I mean becoming a stunt man. I mean, it's you know, I guess there's training and things like that you can go through. But I mean, take us through the process. He was a young kid. How how did you go down that path? Well, Jim first of all on becoming a stop man now at it's a completely different business. Now, it is it truly at business. And now a lot of the stunts aren't even done for real you have aid of computer generated imagery, you have age of cables and whatnot that they can paint out. So the stumps of today are not the stuff of of yesterday when you really had we used to call it when I was a kid. They would call it. Right. Get ready to eat how small and literally you ended up eating asphalt nowadays people go into patch. And they paint the pads out later post production. So it's a different time in a different era now, even as far as being a professional stunt, man..
"ascott" Discussed on StandUp SpeakUp by Tokii
"But I think that the whole addiction issue is a real problem when you do the interviewee seem to have a bit of an entourage around him, but do you think they were true friends or or just hangers on? I mean, I think that Michael would say they were true friends, but I think. Beneath it all. I think he would. He would also say that he feels alone. I don't think anybody any friends can ever relate to his life experiences, so I don't know how deep that friendship can go. I mean, it's just been so different. He's had addiction issues. He's killed someone. He spent most of his adult life in prison. He's coming out to a whole new world here. So I think that he is very lonely. I think he'll be lonely for life. Will you did mention in the interview that he could spot a mile away, someone who was sincere as a friend and someone who is just using him for his notoriety. Did you believe in when he said that? I think it gets confusing because I think it goes both ways. I think that Michael knows what people expect from him in order for him to get stuff from them, whether that's free housing, whether that's buying his artwork, whether that's by supporting him financially. I think that it's a real two way street though. So he might be able to assess early on because he's very intuitive. But I think also he knows how to use that to his advantage. I mean, he's really quite intelligent and pretty aware how to get people engaged by him and get people to help and support him. Funk's Carla, we have another episode featuring Michael Alec that you can listen to right after this one. In the meantime, we end this episode with music that is quite apropos. For the topic at hand. It's a song called evil. I know by Ascott royals. It was originally written about how in the absence of public dialogue between different political and social camps. We all retreat to our sides and rely on the evil. We know we hold onto our opinions and prejudices instead of trying to talk about our problems as human. Here's evil. I know the crazy these days drawing. Ause this. Understand. In their ways, screaming winds now finishes, say, shake my detain mind. We connect them saying. People are crazy these days. Been wells kits. Okay, one was there. And if. I say, you can turn around crew, say, Daghma disconnect saying, nothing's ever done. Nothing ever. We can. The stand up speak up podcast is made in Canada, copyright twenty eighteen find us online at stand up, speak apparel dot com. If you have a moment, please leave us five star rating on apple podcasts. Thanks for listening to stand up, speak up.
"ascott" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"I guess there's a lot of splash page and then she didn't put too much text. One pile tanked or. Spread out for God's sake anyway, and then ghost wrote. It gets money's nays and he's and he's going to give him. So at this point goes Friday on my mind. Weapon is the penance stare, which is where you look in the eyes, and then you feel the pain of all the able. You've done to other people and he'll go mad. Then he's like. Venom, I'm gonna give you the penance stare and you're going to feel the pain of able you've done to pay allies. I listen, it's up and then venoms like not judge money though. A messed up a little, but I'm only going to bomb in me. Look, good gone now and goes through his like, all right, which is the least ghost Roddy or anything they were just doing do it. Anyone doesn't give shit care about any of that. But anyway, they're like, all right. Well, I guess we're gonna tame up and they bloody. This is seemingly endless number of terrorists. I brought up some more terrorists than the dictators he's gonna kill. He's going to kill goes rod, his friend, one of the nuns wakes up that stigmata lady from early. I remember her value village died now. She didn't die, just fine, I guess. And then she's like, hey, buddy. You trick me though you were already you're a good guy, but you not a good guy, but I'm also she wasn't. No, she wasn't intellect, but the only one and then venom webs this dude, and then throw them into the path of ghosts Rawda. And he gives them the pen and stay Ascott heels add on his sweet orange motorbike with visible onto pants, and he gets out of there. Then venom rescues the priests. And then then the reveal is that the stigmata light, he was actually also hard by these. It was a secondary bony great stuff. Good twice. And then then then the guy's he's in prison or something, and he's, he's, he's gone mad because the penance stare. And then venom goes back to sweet, bachelor pad nights a chocolate cake. Pretty good, right? No, the worst one of the most of the time end now. So normally when you raise some of us a kid, it's everything's great. Great. Yeah. But even then you'll like, nah. Any of these visible indepence and it was so bad. You thought you'd imagined it. Yeah. Yeah, that's incredible. Don. What's that cold? Sorry, that is cool sign of the boss and you can't get it on comics. I tried. I think they're trying to what this particular part of the history way. Venom. Yeah. I was not ready venom at this point until I didn't know this. We'd wacky version of whacky. I love it mice, and, hey, this is main caravan garbage. The here cheese die. But we have video. Sunday is also often we cover a comic book or a movie or a TV show, or it'd be again because somebody wants to look at, please let us know, doesn't have to be gabbage, but it can. They doesn't have to be garbage, but it helps. That's all my mug very here. Also, we have a podcast called the weekly planet where we talking movies and comics and TV shows that's at every Monday..
"ascott" Discussed on WHOA That's Good Podcast
"It's like it's not all about just being at church. You can you can relate to God in of him anywhere. You are actually I drive a pretty good way to go to my church, and I've actually found that when term radio off and just sit in the car, and I just have this drive a lot of times that's actually when I encounter God. The most the way to church when I'm at church, you know, I get to be with the family the body. There's that community aspect and it so important, but some of my most personal encounter the God had been on the way. And so I just love that feel like. Overarching theme. This is those moments when we get silent. We actually just allow him to just be him. That's when we're around. And so that's super cool anything that you want to give as just a piece of advice, and you gave us your best you've been given. But anything you'd tell just overall to this generation, that's kind of a people always like this where you ever had like anything, you just want to give you know. Can I can give you what on learning, you know? And that's for me lately. Let God fight for you. I think in this past season of my life. I always thought that I had to do it for myself. And you know, it's almost like this pull up your boot straps and get it done because you're your own maker, and blah, blah, blah. And I think that's bull. To put it lightly. I don't think that's right. And I think when we actually invite God into our story. Whether it's a victory a triumph for a trial, or whatever it is you to say, okay. Got I actually need your help you invite him in. He just waiting for you to invite, you know, especially if it's something difficult. I imagine him sitting there going to just ask you just ask me I want to help. And so many times we think we have to do it for selves. And so I've just been going. Okay. God I'm gonna let you fight for me. And I've found this kinda tongue-in-cheek, but he almost always does better than I. It always ends up better than it would have ended up. If I thought for myself, and I used to think well to be a strong personality in strong leader. I have to be a certain way, and I have to bowl people over to get what I want and what I need and the truth is that's actually not how Jesus was he was kind. He was gentle. And he let the father do what the father needed to you know, inside. It's been going pig. Invite you into the story, whether it's something difficult or something. Awesome. And I just allow you to fight for me. I love you to take care because you're going to do it better than I would. That's so again. Well, I've actually been reading Daniel lately, and I've been reading it over and over and over again. And I think the reason why because of the part where it says the angel came at the mouth of the lion and just have been so intrigued by that that like Daniel didn't fight the lion himself, which obviously if God wanted that to be the store he could have done that considering guy gave David the straight to, you know, kill lions bears fans but day. No. He didn't give that street. He let the angel come and the lion. And it's a huge part of that story because king the king that was around like he was able to see like, oh my gosh. What a faithful God you serve that your God would send angel and it was huge thing about God fighting for him. And so it's actually cool. I wouldn't have made that connection until you're just saying that. But it's that same thing of like, God can do a lot better than you. And when you let him do it and the attention at the end of the day is not on you. And so the people around your able to say, wow, what a favor God you up. What? News. Siro roof. You gotta fired up is one more thing. The bible in Daniel says that as soon as he started to pray fasten Ascott immediately an angel to go out and help, you know. So as soon as he asked him something happened to change, I think that's just..
"ascott" Discussed on Daily Racing Form
"We'll take a look at the field of on the time preview screen and to likely to attract the most money or the number three as Scott Walker's. The two one morning line favorite. And the number seven, curious and curiouser was coming off a win at Saratoga. Let's start by taking a look at the favourite Ascott walked number three. She's only made three starts for McLaughlin, and she's shown some ability. She probably needed her debut when she came back with a vastly improved performance. Second time out at Saratoga earning respectable, one of time from USB figure a. She came back next time out against a much tougher allowance race than the one she's facing here. You might notice the one ten time from this race rating on the left hand side of this. Next, the race state. The preliminary rating for this race is just one two, which indicates that the race was coming out of his much tougher spot this one. And she respectably that day. She finished third against some nice horses Dansk all night and sweep by by the first and second place. Finishers both be very Florida in this. So I think that ask out walk is the horse to beat based off that effort. And she probably doesn't need to run much better to win this race, but she's going to be a relatively short price. So I'm take a look at some others. Her main rival might be curious, curious, coming off a win. She's actually went to of her last three starts for trainer. Chris Engelhardt. She won for twelve thousand five hundred dollars claiming tag three back. But since then she's really stepped up in class last time out. She wanna starter allowance, fifty thousand dollar race. So she stepping up again, that performance, you notice the rate in that race was just a ninety four, which compares pretty negative negatively to the one ten race rating of the race. The desk got walk is coming out of the one, oh, two rating of this race. So she is taking a pretty big step up in class. Time for speed figure suggests yesterday privilege bit. And also the main favored in the race. She's coming out of trade by Joe sharp Maho bay sheep. I think she was the odds on favor that August twenty six race actually just failed to show up at all. So it was actually a much easier spot even appear to be on paper for curious, curious or last time I think she stepped up in class a bit too much. I'm a little in this spot. The horse that interest me most though is actually worth a finished behind Ascott walk. Last time. We'll take a look at the time from his pace projector, just to illustrate how formidable the number two horse played in bridge might be in this. When you go through this entire field. There are a lot of closers. Late runners in this race. There really isn't that much speed in the field. And the only or is that is predicted to be anywhere near her on the front end is Ascott walk, who is really not a front runner herself. She's more of a stocking type. So I don't think she's going to apply that much pressure to play bridge early will take a look at palladium bridges PP is now she just didn't show up last time that race that Ascott walk was third, but being on track that day, watching a video feed beforehand, and you could see based on the short comment, fractious post braid a Palladian bridge. I just had a total meltdown before that race don't know what was going on diverse seen behave so badly before..
"ascott" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Me, it's like when I first read my initial response to the material, I always have a take on it and then I can't shake it. So I'm sort of sort of screwed in a way because whatever might first reaction to the material is I have a hard time. Like if I have one of those initial reactions and I go into an audition, they're like, yuck. Can you do it like totally differently. I have a little bit of a hard time shifting gears because I in Nate Louis feel that my choice is absolutely the right one. So yeah, there might be a slight mental disorder involved. Where were you at in your career when you got the part of Karen? Well, shortly before I addition for will and grace, I was in the basement parking garage of a bed, bath and beyond on a pay phone with my agent at the time. Telling him that I would no longer be auditioning for sitcoms that I had, obviously it I had played it out. I had reached my limit. It wasn't panning out. I'm I done a pilot every year for many years and they either didn't go or they went for seven episodes or thirteen episodes, and then that was it. And I said, look, clearly, this wasn't meant to be, and he was like, I think it is meant to be. I think you're wrong, and I was like, okay, well, agree to disagree, but I'm not additioning anymore pilots and then I didn't have enough money to pay my rent. And I said, hey, can I get some pilot dishes for sitcoms so fast one, I addition for will and grace. I kind of get the impression that you committed to being an entertainer at the age of like one and a half. Never relented one and a half days in my mother's womb. Yeah, no, there was no other. I, you know, I've said it before and I'll say it again. I came out of the womb in a top hat and tap shoes, and it's just true. I just was that was it and you know? Yeah. Yeah, no, I was very show biz from the switch, and but you're. Sheild. But your family had you had you, you were born in Los Angeles and moved to Oklahoma City, and your father had been an actor in Los Angeles and moving to Oklahoma City must have been a in some way or rejection of show business. You don't move to Oklahoma City to renew your contract with show business. Now, my father was done with, he thought he was done, but then he never could stop trying. But yeah, no, I wasn't too happy about it. Trust me. I mean, we moved to Oklahoma City on my sixth birthday, and I was like, what's up. Parents. What are you guys thinking? Tell me a- lay out your thoughts behind this, this weird plan, but then it turned out to be a really great place to grow up. People in Oklahoma City are really, really nice, very, you know, kind generous, neighborly types of people, not everybody. I mean, they're just like everywhere else, but for the most part. Very nice. And so I am that was a good place to grow up, but my father was not as a matter of fact, I think when I and nounce 't that I would like to be an actor or how old you. Well, I mean, I think the cat was way out of the bag already, but I think when I verbalize it, I was about seven or eight. He said, oh, no, no, no, no, no, that's I don't. I do not want you know you to. That's a terrible. It's a very hard business. I don't want you to to do that. I don't want any said to my mom. I don't want her doing that. And this coming from a man who I heard literally Warren Ascott around. Lamaseries insane. He, it's with a relatively small Ascott community. It's a crazy miracle that he wasn't murdered because he'd not only warrant Ascott, but he also at one point when I was in second grade purchased a Rolls Royce, phantom, three silver, gray, and drove that around town wearing his Ascott and the fact that some kick her on the back of a pickup truck didn't just take him out is really fortunate. Were you self aware about how unusual that part of your family was when you were ten years old that my father was different from the other parents because he was very, very eccentric and flamboyant and his humor was extremely..
"ascott" Discussed on In The Limelight
"The region because it wasn't totally impolite yes she knew she had her you know she had a good background all right wow i wasn't expecting flights appearance the yield so much but it did i feel like the royal ascott is not going to live up to that but let's talk about in any anyway wait at hype the segment another moment okay so the roy ascott is this four day series of races that scene as one of the most high profile of royal events the queen apparently just can't get enough of it all the family goes this year was meghan i she wore jeevani she white dress which is sort of now it's clear as she's becoming her clear goto we talked earlier about the white blush bauge kind of color family she's working in and i feel like the fact that she's working with one designer makes it even clearer that's very intentional that she's kind of decided this is going to be my luck and she's developing it in tandem with clare white keller and her hat which i thought was great i really liked this hat the black and white hat i'm waiting to see if early agreed this from her was actually kind of statements just given how conservative her her outfits have been in the past i felt like it still very straightforward fascinating here but the queen look thrilled to see her bff's the gun but i love that the express a british tabloid random piece that literally with titled with the headline meghan markle at ascott twenty eighteen what meghan do wrong royal ascott this year i feel like they pre published that post before it even happened just because they knew they were going to try to get that seo off of what did she do wrong they know what the people want so i was trying to quickly scroll down i was i breath leslie clicked so you know but the answer is should that she held her name tag in her hand with her clutch and kate william and harry always wear their name tag like on their chaff the whole thing is kind of in the thing if anyone in the world doesn't know who they are but in terms of the way these event the ascott functions you're meant to wear your name tags everyone except for the queen it said the decision caused something of a stir but royal experts have confirmed it isn't a serious breach of protocol royal historian marlene kanaan said wearing pins of nothing to do with protocol protocol for fischel diplomatic state events including where you sit where you enter perhaps meghan just did not want to ruin that nice dress with a pinhole i feel like that was like a little bit of low levels shade though i can't really tell a half i wanna listen to the tape to hear how marlene said that right so much shame but at the same i can't fault meghan for not wearing wanting to wear a name tag it's really blows my mind the whole visual of hairy at this royal ascott race he's wearing a black top hat in the middle of the afternoon which just seems like i guess that was the dress code because there are other men in black top heads but i have never seen someone where a black top hat with a hideous purple name tag i mean i had the right idea fully team get on this one i feel like that name tag is gross i do not understand meghan markle noni to name tag it's beyond beyond that could not gonna come into a cocktail party and slap on name tag i kinda love she just held it with her clutch.
Prince Estate, Sony Ink Distribution Deal for 35 Previously Released Albums
"Nine didn't sounds like some of his other things i gotta be honest and what's the name of this one sampled from the merle haggard song when you get to the chorus from the merle haggard mama try right okay the color video he looks hot yeah he does that's title straight out of princess thing is this news going to be the same thing that happened with the other albums that sony announced and then the family will come out against it prince estate signs deal with sony music to re release thirty five cadillac albums and donny i'm asking both of you because every time prince comes out about these new albums then the family says that they're going to no it's not and this one the princess state entertainment adviser says we're looking forward to working with the heirs and sony and giving fans what they've been waiting for more great music from prince wow i mean have they settled that they're the air's they know any guy i don't know i mean this lays out so that goes on starting in twenty twenty one is the paragraph i've been starting with if you read down it's all of his albums that they're gonna from nineteen ninety five in two thousand and ten and then also they've already have the early ones nineteen seventy nine to nineteen ninety two but the last time we get the prince music news the family said oh no you don't i'm very confused should have on john breen all right and he can lawyer so yeah exactly going on i mean i really they it feels like we get something every other day about something new with prince and then the family like four or five days later going back to cardinal we decided nope not gonna happen i don't think the family can stop this has the right so can put it out well and the fans would buy share the money with the family and by the way jury you the next time you see very gab call him night fever with a k i know he got traded earlier in the week i know saberi to his stay what day is it is it only boy i feel like i saw that news over the weekend though the queen has had a very busy royal ascott then she had the young leader she met beckham she got a costed by susan sarandon in a white dress who approached her and now she's knighted berry gab the original moose knuckle god love it will white high waisted polyester pants oh.
"ascott" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Castle where almost more than eighty years ago nineteen thirty six edward the eighth abdicated the throne because he was not permitted to marry an american divorce say that horrific moment for a lot of people eighty years ago which led to a constitutional crisis directly led to this moment that we wouldn't have today which is the sixth and mine to the throne was able to marry an american divorce say who's not only a divorced woman but she's also mixed race you've been in the pressure cooker of international coverage and and a fascination with this wedding for the last few days wins what has been the highlight for you the standout moment wow the standout moment to me it is sort of that one moment where i was the position on castle hills to see the now married do conducts of sussex ride by in that eighteen eighty three lend out ascott carriage there is another moment to which was yesterday i was standing right outside the gates of windsor when prince harry and prince william came out of windsor castle to greet some of the people that were lining the streets two meters away from where i was maybe think about how close these two brothers are as you'll audiences though would you say this still a huge appetite for stories about the monarchy given what i saw this weekend i would have to say yes see any protesters all i saw where people cheering and waving union jacks and wearing silly outfits and even if you are not supportive of the royal families and institution anybody can support falling.
"ascott" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"To some of the international media well meghan markle was born and raised in los angeles so what about the american viewpoint on the wedding flood amir duty is correspondent for cbs news aiko's out with him off to the ceremony in the halton gaza hotel opposite windsor castle clearance was incredible there is nothing like a royal wedding and for me as a reporter to be able to experience it to report on it it's the size of the crowds the well wishers in the foul of people who've come from all over the world just to see this one brief moment that moment essentially when prince harry and meghan markle now that you can duchess of sussex wrote by in their eighteen eighty three ascott landau carriage waving to the crowd i mean you could just hear the roar of people from practically the entire two mile stretch note all too often a lot of the stories that we cover are tragic heartbreaking and it's nice to do a story that is centered around around love and is a cool another important element in this megamall is amiss mixed race african american women that that feature very heavily in the service didn't it we have incredible address from the pasta we had a gospel choir singing this country's never seen anything like that before how'd you think that would have played out with audiences in america i think that it proved that the duchess is sort of bringing the royal family into the twenty first century and that you have someone who may not look exactly like you may not be from the same country as you but they are nonetheless part of your family i just rapid interview with that gospel choir and they were so move and for them they said sure that was certainly a part of it for them but was most important was the love story did if you think about it we're here at windsor windsor.
"ascott" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Just some of the international media well meghan markle was born and raised in los angeles so what about the american viewpoint on the wedding vladimir duty is correspondent for cbs news i caught up with him after the ceremony in the heart and garter hotel opposite windsor castle clearance was incredible there is nothing like a royal wedding and for me as a reporter to be able to experience it report on it and the size of the crowds the well wishers in the thousands of people who've come from all over the world just to see this one brief moment that moment essentially when prince harry and meghan markle now that you can duchess of sussex wrote by in their eighteen eighty three ascott landau carriage waving to the crowd i mean you could just hear the roar of people from practically the entire two mile stretch note all too often a lot of the stories that we cover are tragic and heartbreaking and it's nice to do a story that is centered around around love and is a cool and other important element in order this megamall mis mixed race african american woman that that feature very heavily in the service didn't it we have incredible address from the pastor we had a gospel choir singing this country has never seen anything like that before how'd you think that would have played out with audiences in america i think that it proved that the duchess is sort of bringing the royal family into the twenty first century in that you have someone who may not look exactly like you who may not be from the same country as you but they are nonetheless part of your family i just wrapped interview with that gospel choir and they were so move and for them they said sure that was certainly a part of it for them but was most important was the love story did if you think about it we're here at windsor windsor.
"ascott" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Oh yeah i mean he he got that out what was it twenty one jump serie money was the gag could probably be a committee actor but look a little bit kinda you know good as newest movie he stray of just skinny like i i saw that picture and it it frightened be gatt he's lena goddamn but anyway where you're not here to talk about john hills thinning self we here to talk about the jamaican bobsled team that's actually a real group of people now in nineteen 88 they essentially the will of the story of it goes where eleven ah i i've of those really pull that they recast that bear man as another jamaican as an oil yeah you see that guy the ascott and every area as part of the whole thing but essentially the brief story of the jamaican bobsleigh team was nothing like what we saw in this long story short these white guys wanted to make a bobsled team and they go let's go to jamaica there some pretty fast sprinters there we can get him we rework it so they go hey let's go see if we can find some sprinters nope everyone's like no i don't want to do that and so they got some army guys to do it for them gave him the guys do too i think is too i guys that just gave him a bunch of money to do it got him there and the guys her inexperience that they are doing good but they made it and people loved him was they were a sensation because they were the jamaican bobsled team so that's pretty much it that's pretty much all it is and then you know we'll get to the end about what really happened but these are actual real guys doing real things and so you know when you're seeing the old footage or using some of the footage in the film it's actually them competing and people loved it people were buying shirts they were a phenomenon and so and that was one of the really cool things about the way the interspersed the actual put a.