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"blackmore" Discussed on Racing Post

Racing Post

08:38 min | 5 months ago

"blackmore" Discussed on Racing Post

"Going forward is hoi sanyo now. I love this hopes. On on a sucker for a big sort of giant toll surreal trained by not poon echoes. Or willie mullins only candice next cetera. This was a victory released the russell of both who had one for off winning the greenwich show a couple of years ago. They sources well. Front runner also jumped fantastic play and he just months. Just sort of pulverized. Is these rivals. The chief brave runs game. He finished second. I wasn't really surprised that he was being to be honest. And and this'll be in love with keith thing. Those new question that he's vevey small horse a recall bell elites but not wasn't mississau- would meet the difference. He's clearly very progressive and quickly to you can definitely see why he's include for all spring grind. Potentially what his point on good and by a wide margin to though still one top potential. They are is going to be a smashing seeing jason next year. My meeting so looking at this race was trying to figure out what's hot pre game. One of those runs titan. Paul nicholls create doing it and we threw everything aintree this year nichols because i think you feel a bit sad. Bill is no savage after cheltenham on these runoff ended up with the leading trainer on the weekend. Entry and all ended a brief binds. Gabe baker goal horse might just purely for next season but who in both. The first two are extremely exciting. Three bono's jesus next season. Yeah and the win as a half brother to snuff box. We spike about last week. Incredible winner hato so eight ecstatic really promising future. let's move on to saturday's action now chiefly degrade ones and mike dirocco. I mean we talk about the irish dominance. I mean this horse is been campaign. Expertly i think personally by downscale missing cheltenham and he just looks really exciting prospect. I wasn't sure are necessarily bolt my drago beforehand. But i certainly do now. I mean how high could he fly. Do you think james. This is a wasp accused. Potential is interesting. they've sort of downscale. These cleaners at danny didn't he's always said this. Also be hopefully go carpool to see and doing what he's doing. Sort of bonus quote china's ought to roll out which guilty for easing very exciting wherever wherever he will go on to do that. We don't know jumba offense. I m eastern everything right and as you said. He was campaigned in a smart way to kick off those races but they went up and i mean the race at kelso meeting houses probably rearrange reprise me and just just sort of anything compared to what you'll get out in two weeks time and they're quite easy race. Is that good target race to go for him. I miss angry was certainly far weaker about taking on joe which would have been a stiff task but this is the may e could be anything. This stage would be backing in and big price for novice chase next year which is not seen jim fence yet but yeah exciting type to student. Loan away together. I'm not gonna get completely. Yeah thus far enough grim prices on those we just talked about. I think my joy but if caught a lot of people's attention year the move from drug is in the aca fourteen. Two one two eight two one book. Just look what it's up against appreciate is treat one favorite for bob. All eight of them have fannie hall over ten to one quick ten to one so next year mean really really does look like a really good race. Fancy my truck. What sent me the best of the british and eight to one job to learn about good shishkin at aintree on subsidize case for example civil gave him a bit of a fry but then he ultimately stayed on to win nicely. Little bit of a scratchy. Jump the last town. How do you analyze for the. Did we anything they do. That of course is judged on runs. Its remit sexually for from inaugural silva. Actually on saturday You probably was. You'll end up being flogged finishing within five months shishkin but we definitely have worked it out. I think about horse civil war as the horse. I've been hoping finding decimal keep looking seem colors. Actually so he's going to be over. These courses next year is how the campaign will be interesting because you can just dominates the two mile division suddenly brennan a great ride once again from charlie dorchi knows this also now abroad or merchant but it was a lot of his of his good things on the phone number of civil and the flat track good ground. Atrial thought this was the perfect opportunity have ago host like shishkin and so it proved and You know well dumped them thankfully you know someone could give him a race because often. A lot of these holsters Scared away now. One horse who we didn't see shelton. Mp made amends was time here on. This was a proper race. The reina stays who he got the better of ruksana by neck. Thomas darby in third. I thought this was a crack and finish. I really enjoyed this. Brilliant potomac brian. Now richard johnson's retired to sort of get that big win in the sun. We expect him time. he'll to do easy a case. The old resist about what you hyping surprised by tashaun silos youngest son has a real bottler. These trick whale time hill of anything had to answer whether he was a speed horse. Who go we against. Top fifty milers go against the cozy hut the extra class but i think after saudi con- you can't say anything of the appropriate three my love to get Roxana hubbing twitty was jumping the loss. So yeah he's got to go down is view. Contender for next year steals hurdle the top the but chasing within but the running an perspective cop horses. There we talk about by draw who being copied and the we might drove his company. That's being healed is because avoids the big fights whatever they can and still picks up the prizemoney definition that is sticking to the sting huddling division while not to here on potential sources of fences. If you don't have to type evidently got kudos artists. I think as well he Boys at them. Tom com roxon their speedy three miles extension hoses to watch over three miles. As opposed to some of the other hostage. We can stay in the division so wanted poetry. It next year robbed on her. I mean she's just a wonderfully consistent isn't no-doubt we'll see her again next season. Now i wanna put up the floor to talk about the rest of them. We'd no even mentioned blocks. Poppy go looking for the races over the national fences in so many the handicaps. I mean even on day. One editor deke. Awful that was a monstrous performance. One whilst you wanna pick out from the whole meeting james. Yeah just go back to two time. How she just to raise upon. I mean i did our software to start the season you saw saying which direction they sort of said go stanley because he looks like he's sort of could be at the top of division and he said he looks at now but it must be a little bit strength them because he was saying a member him saying this whole schools electric fences. So this is the thing. Is that sort of thing i mean. I'm sure a lot of people look at and why would even mention it is clearly top of the added this this all schools for whoever is a show. He's still have gone. Humor regarding at that is interesting what they do but next season. I'm watching how to go because he just looks so so so good division host. The i was by was actually want from ops. Was countered was second in the handicapped on friday late. He's just taking a lot of time to sort of just get ri- and made him stop this evening over having had some so quite nice forming fraud and he was one of those nice j. horses low way in the big handicap with ben jones. He's a real quasi jockeyed..

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"blackmore" Discussed on Racing Post

Racing Post

06:39 min | 5 months ago

"blackmore" Discussed on Racing Post

"Jason the militant to this when he got the better of buzz tweets want Eight to one of the great trading performance from alex hales kaethe wet Cadaverous now sit. Do you think he cannot make amends in the champion hurdle next year. What's sure. I don't still know this house of obviously tied through the race on thirsty but the formulas you can see behind posit komo handicapped her a massive price you can. You can sell a the law and rivals performed so i would begin to excited by just jet. You'll visit means a massive talon on his dis. Actually hoste the gives you who doing something. But julie still for me. I k. now we're going to talk about some other excellent performances. The likes of belfast. Banter chantrey house and of course faculty dairy who won the marsh chase on friday so stick with putty power streaming all uk and irish racing on our app new bet required just log in watch terms and conditions. Apply must be able to nella post. Also mentioned just their belfast. Banter of course he won the county hurdle. Step up to grade one company in his straw delay. Maybe it wasn't about stronger. Edition of the top novices hurdle. He do your job and do saw. Of course the host who was fancied for the supreme before he was ruled out with an injury this spa and modeling contest to analyze. I thought james but fell for spontaneous just such a strong traveler and he got the perfect setup again here but did show the guts to sort of stay on the keep. Do your job interesting race. Strongest she said to me do so through. Look at run really top judge. How continuous about that book. Last hubris completely chapter one hundred twenty nine hundred in the county heard and we know that now the e looks at looks. Very smart progressing. Hall's how he goes. I wouldn't be so sure and i said we'll be back in for champion over it's just credits connections. Just they just come over. Draw the eight progressive. He's improving margin. He might if he's not trip to hershey kathy again. Yeah nice thoughts there now. There was a key moment in the mall may novus his chase after that. Where squad romay my funds say. He came down to our after really tearing this field. Appall country house. Who did the cheltenham angry. Double ahead of sean. Blue long way claim fiddler on the roof with the only three to finish the end. Do you think that s derome would have won this case again a financially interested hypothetical because i acted like you so i'm good to see definitely yes ball you know. I think he probably would've. He had gotten harder than actually luke. Thank because everything was his feet by the time he came down. The fall was about lucky at husky of buses hands a little bit on when he came down. The i think you held on you. It's it's unfortunate with sauce. Because i think he had some holdups. It stopped in wanting in some good handicaps. When he was one hundred forty rodham at leicester together is to just again. When went up a student for because then you had them to begin with. And i think he's a great one horse next year. I assume he will be protected us rivals and the charlie cole. Take the decided. Miles is attributable ready. Hey jumps danny well clearly go really high cruising speeds an exciting course for next year for sure. Let's see lot. traifi grain. What was your reaction country. House mean on maybe knows come. In his case that the host would have won a spot a roommate because chantrey just racy slightly linear. We seem to pick up credit in for doing it after having such a hard race at cheltenham ice. Oh absolutely nick. Mating cianci has because people will overlook what he did a chance to go out and fail and yet the same problem here again win in this race. The targets next season. He's ten to one for the king. George twenty two one three coal corp. and bishop tilt for that one but is the horse on. The radar is overrated. I mean it's a big question. Mark belfast panther was the fourth grade one winner for kevin sex and amplify performance. That was and that one is heading to punchestown but it for for chantrey has ten to one king george. Twenty two one gold cup. Thanks very much now. I don't know about you guys. But i couldn't really get anything wrong. Entry political could have looked to huge prize at three two one and he totally played out in the mall shakes. Which is the race that we're going to talk about not was comfortably by factor. Dairy of course. Second to alcohol. In the reina picks up the pieces that day in echoed his day in the in this. I think he deserved a great one. Not well finishing second fidani mcmenamin and hamilton wonderful performance. Not wholesome itchy feet finishing in third. How do you analyze this one james. You're the first thing. I was surprised by almost factors. Any six thinking. Is this whole being around the block for quite lila still be are real real improvement and yet as we said he sort of four in. The burke is a win. Were talking on social media. And i said where's all our massively. Who was the best. And he's completely for most better now faces a horse. Who who's who's very smart on this day. I mean we have seen him for a while with each just stayed consistent grade when level web that juvenile novice chasing or open great world chases. he's just stayed consistent lebanon. He's been he's been a real watching. My wonder is we've now is whether there's going to be more to cobb. Whoever it might be that maybe when he's seventy eight year old that's when he is just the dominant force because has been about before. And just one yeah. It wasn't the strongest races on friday. Think it was said didn't really run rates and told me to come with. It was lucky to finish. Really given the eruptive davis it was. It wasn't the strongest race but this desert desert. He's been consistent consistent. Ause runs his retirement. Who knows maybe any years tom. Mit next at forward. Not string consistent. Great wealth of consumer interest in host forward. He is isn't a another interesting horse..

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"blackmore" Discussed on Racing Post

Racing Post

09:27 min | 5 months ago

"blackmore" Discussed on Racing Post

"Hi there unwelcome. Long to the racing post gusts. Aj's monday the twelfth of april on mighty play on this week's guest. James stevens keith. Melrose graham burned from potty pile on. We're gonna look back on a massively historic weekend The grand national of course was worn by rachel. Blackmore manila times for henry bromhead incredible season. The blackmore bromhead combination of hearts. The train and help the woman to in the race settling bowker to flow to be second as well. This is just a a result that we can say on celebrate. I think because a lot of people would assault. But it wouldn't have happened but now it hasn't auditing. Anyone in the racing industry was particularly surprised. But that was that was the k. Moments of this weekend but we also had thursday on friday at aintree as well. So we're going to have a look back on all the good contest included some excellent fomented in the novice hurdle was. We had the likes of mon. Morale is where we're going to talk about an end. The old brigade the likes of Fucking judea reconduct time he'll etc so so much trust to get stuck into and of course. We have another national on sunday with the scottish national as well as a good action on the flat out neabry so without further ado. Let's talk about this round. Oaks grand national win because this is a huge Can it was just a a flawless performance from the whole time from right to on indeed from henry to prepare him. I mean case. Could you have foreseen this beforehand. He was it was fairly fancy. It was curious. He was also overall all the market principles. Who didn't think yet biting means bothell rightful producers were like sixty twenty two one then missouri. Ten lumens that he wants simply because every other horse not resell. The olympic principles have been lied. I the national really. I've propercloth cop who's a stolen well in it is male. Titans have been running in all these big handicaps and scraping the insight basically being for his life and not winning them. So i wondered grand nationals. Escape up still from that at a pop worked hard bop what brought blackmore's into the exactly the same again demanded. I spoke all the way through. Not probably what what of the race to be honest. We can talk about any second that we bought keyboards arguably unlucky. But the reason he was lucky because he got back with stieg what. We're always hard smell taste. Prominent on a double couldn't fall from an because i use position so it was just it's does actually but i think it's isn't even up testament to older. You know this historical firsts. As she's no and the getty position we used to talk about get used to say in races. And i was always to back on the inside. Really good spot. Ride was a ceiling. A flop ears. it will blackmore. Not because she's got it just keeps it simple at all. These races on has begun to the note to always be enough. Yeah we often see grand national winners. Come from that every. don't wait. You often hear jockey say they want to be midland and prominent massive bang. Exactly where she was just going back to the the whole historical impact an impact on the wider world. If you like this victory because the grow national is such an iconic race james. I mean to us. We not surprise rachel's manage to do it. She's a fantastic job. As kate said tactically astute incredibly strong resilient every night you could think of to describe her but to the outside world. This really is a big success. isn't it absolutely. I can't agree with with more. I mean coming into this chapman festival. I mean she was sort of the nape who who could be one of these good good superstar jockeys and the last month and a half. She's gone from really the sort of the irish jockey. Everyone was talking about now real global sensation and the history maker. It's been an extraordinary sort of space time for. I mean i suppose. Now looking with richard jones or retiring and guarantee no longer with us as we said he's retired as well. You'd have to say she's probably my statements jumps jockey around the base. Which is greek story from fresh perspective in terms of what she's achieved. I mean it's hard to compare sports because their love sports got male female division. I mean the chat with someone yesterday. We talk about dr fouling. She sort of smashed through the glass ceiling. Too big us. She didn't win the world championship. Rachel blackmore's when the absolute pinnacle jump raising. And she's done it in so sort of confident in easy sort of fashion. The easiest thing blindly sheet. She's perhaps is not male versus wrong women. It's jockeys versus black marsha. She thinks she's in a league. Brian it was the normal story. And let's see rating sort of journeys that you positive light here after going on last yet. Yeah he totally agree. Without 'em grandpa was two grand national for you guys well last week. We know it's doc. This was the big market. Move or fifty to one into twelve twenty and coast books. I think delays were certainly terrified on the data. Big gamble would materialize but never really happened and eleven. Two thousand eighteen sorta got able to pull it touched that when the big reason why i think was because a cloth cop we saw sense to build a weakness in cloud cap pushed it out to torture to two on the day on. Damn it emptied claude cap. And i think that the big loser in the antepost book brandon campbell didn't quite materialize as much as we thought but has gone back to rachel. Blake mobile grade story on a big american sports fan and watch sportscenter every day over. There have never ever seem to mention mentioned national hunt racing and they had a big section on guest. They rachel blackmore going through our rides and all the great ones you want. It's just a fantastic story for race and really positive news. But the bookies we about level on that overall great news for it again yeah indeed. An irish dominant again. The first five manila time spoke to fly one for henry to has said any second now most unlucky. We talk about that in a second potential. Spurs saint william patrick mullins and then for club for jack kennedy denise foster Applying the first bridge across the line mortar election. That whole says let's pick out some some individual performances than as well as sort of addressing. This irish dominance. I mean what would you do. You want any second now because as you said he was really badly impeded by double shuffle but he made a few mistakes along the way as well. Yeah maybe not the man to ask objective opinion because he was five. So i was going to see. That's a. i think you could see that with stopped to walk by shuffling in front of him and thought you've got to see this fifty fifty become in the winter at at least but he did mystique the ditch or not run as well and that's what goes on behind a couple of horses by then see many mistakes after that to be honest was just lucky that a as the seat keep just before the point tonight but he was. He was a massive bike. Kocharian's has who will watch tuesday in race and is gonna look it again because he got brought down essentially in the potty feminine leopardstown and twenty nine hundred if you remember so he's no degrees locked dot horse all the way through another one that caught my abbas faulk class who young calls for the god national jump anywhere. I don't really little and i was me. He would he would take to it by debts and next year you'll be an older halsey. Might settle a bit by out. I want that if he's the one i'm not see any bang in the twenty twenty two nashville actually one that he might be fever next year. For the. that's interesting burs thing. Tomato just saw similar late. How in the irish national. He just looked likely. Soon as he came off the broader managed to get away with it at fairyhouse. What about jets. I mean some early coins. Go an excellent record of defense. I love this. I mean. I know some sort of hard nosed punches will be saying well when you go that fall clearing race that exuberant in the grand national. Then you're gonna fade. This is an older horses a ten year old and they just looked to be having an absolute ball. Nothing the fact that the pair finished aids was just fantastic keith. The heart was relevant for public. That was more of if you're if you're wasn't the dot and the joking. The red with quite such abundant louis is going to win going away but i think he of the finish probably being front trouble in a decent spot the still case for seeing. Maybe you shouldn't of kicked on again on that run from valentine's to theo giving you already call the fuel ribbons over the last mile. Because that's what happened. There were still ferry. Horses jumping the war but the title go past second features was only a twelve. Could win because jay hudson just ripped the musonda get which is a part..

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Honeysuckle the Perfect Champion at Cheltenham Festival 2021

The Final Furlong Podcast

04:14 min | 6 months ago

Honeysuckle the Perfect Champion at Cheltenham Festival 2021

"Question that's been asked to ask you as a broadcaster who has been to pretty much every major events in the world. And you've anchorage a loss of mainstream on terrestrial television in america but also you've covered pretty much every cheltenham festival in your career. What was it like would know crowd. Well we had had a year. I suppose of getting used to that crowd and even some pretty big events but it was right up there as very strange indeed because i think the restrictions of tightened here in the last couple of months before or they get loosened again restrictions tighter for children than perhaps they'd ever seen it at any major fixture at certain types it than they were at the breeders cup ties than it looked in in the middle east and an in australia so it was really odd him because cheltenham more than any other event is so contingent on on the crowds and provide atmosphere. It really was a an odd not experienced but by midway through the first after noon. I'd almost forgotten at one point. The crowd that i mean if you will if you're broke cussing racing. Cd audience as distinct from it audience. Perhaps you could say that. The crowd isn't as isn't as important. Because you're not going to be putting quite as much of that into the so Yeah bye-bye halfway through day one. My mind had been taken off it. But then there were moments that punctuated the week. Where you were. You reminded of quite stock again but still the the quality of this boat was outstanding when they ride the record books. They don't want to write the asterisk. That was crowd so it didn't seem to take the gloss off too much for henry bra. Gb buck and certainly an operational. Absolutely not i suppose. The top performance came day one and the champion hurdle the uni bet champion hurdle before the sponsors comes running after me with an ax honeysuckle and rachel block. More get back to back. Cheltenham festival wins another brilliant performance from henry de bromhead at cheltenham would last year's form kind of holding up sharjah. The runner up last year was second again. And the winner of last year's race epa ton with our new jockey. Aidan coleman finishing third. Nick what was your overall impression of of this year's champion your reaction as i watched was. I'm pretty sure it was is. The director came to you and said nick iran. I'm pretty sure you use went. Wow that's that kind of summed it up for all of us. I probably got a bit carried away in all honesty. But we do. Occasionally we do occasionally get a bit carried away and i. It was a completely genuine emotion. I wasn't trying to compensate dirty. Was i genuinely was blown away by so i tried to work out. Why subsequently i made some cloud landed comments that would probably verging toward hyperbole. And i think it's because of the way she finished her race off the way the the way in which she rounded the final almost on rails honeysuckle jumped the loss and then scampered up the running. And i left the impression of a performance of of of of otter total dominance on. I was staggered. By how well. She finished off the race now. Subsequent section now. The ray suggests that the reason for that was that they'd slowed the pace down. Because gordon was being a head banger. In the middle of the race they. The pace of the race had slackened significantly and really at turned into a test of speed and she was able to win like she was because as she was in grateful be. She's very very good. See she's got more than people thought she had. Indeed she was tactically. Well positioned biracial blackmore. But the the image the impression of scampering away from shahjahan episodes in a really good time the hill really good finishing split Just was just made me feel good and before you start talking about ratings and allowances where it sits in the pantheon ultime champion other. When is it just made me feel good. And i didn't think at that point they would be many. If any performance during the week to to eclipse i in terms of dominance and quality. How wrong i was

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"blackmore" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

Photofocus Podcast

06:36 min | 6 months ago

"blackmore" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

"So i'm actually the producer of this event. What did i do. I just hired a guy to do it for me. I'm in the middle. I'm taking all the responsibility. But i'm also taking the lion share of the profit guys. I get choked up talking about this stuff. Because i am excited about these These this virtual world there is a there is a a silver lining and that's that's creating stories for people and project them out there. I mean this past saturday Skip i had a bar mitzvah. And i was not even hired to do the video. This is the third time they rescheduled this event and they finally said. Let's just get this event in. The boys are going to be going to college soon. It's in a tent. I show up did a beautiful set of pictures and at the same time brought video person. We did a beautiful video as well. And i came home. It's a saturday beautiful afternoon. I should have gone home and spend time daniel my son. he's fourteen. I have retouched fifteen pictures and set up a dropbox because my biggest competitor is a cell phone when people shoot. What their phones. It's that immediate. Like wow so now. My my competitor is your phone. So i'm all about getting home getting the pictures back as quick as i can and the mother emailed me of course she put pictures on her facebook and i'm her friend on facebook. We've been friends since her daughters about mitzvah and she says real big. Thanks klay black. I'm crying thanks clayton. Blackmore for making me finally feel normal. You know like you put the normal back in the day and all her friends. I'm looking at well. Terry premise. Well beverley davis. Wow all these names kept popping up like the atkins promotion and the advertising was second to none. So it's really just learning how to command that that's social feed for your clients and work with them. I can this wow k. Are you gonna make me cry through stories. Easing box of kleenex guys. But his true. I'll send you her link. She said she said thanks for. Finally making me feel normal. You know break that is that is the highest compliment and so we were coming up on our file question. I can't believe i always say this. I can't believe how fast these interviews go in. Clay just dropped like golden nuggets of of information in helpful information in your heart and your passion. I mean they really shine through through this whole interview. And so i hate to wrap it up because this is so great but i do want to ask our favorite final question. Skip if you don't have anything else that you wanted. I could go. I have. I have all kinds of questions. I think we're going to want to have klay back at some point and we'll do we'll do part too but for today we kinda need to wrap it up so go ahead with our favorite closer man. Oh man clay all right. So what advice. Do you have four photographers. Who might be just starting out during this interesting climate with and everything. What advice do you have for them. Well my approach has always been ready. Fire aim just keep working go hard. It's a cyclical business. There's going to be highs and lows and you've just gotta work through the lows and try to get back to those high points i. I would have never been so disciplined to learn posing enlightening to the ability. That i have if i didn't carry the bags for monte for over ten years. We were friends for twenty years. But for ten years i watched a master do it over and over and over and fundamentals. You know. that's where it's that's where the industry needs to get back to because everybody's just flash on camera no light Whatever let's just go out and get the moments but we need to start looking at faces and and learning how to find the best angle of those faces and you know. I look at the time on the clock on my computer. It's eleven seventeen and that that's a monumental number in this studio around here that's my alarm code if you ever want to break in to the studio you just put in eleven seventeen but That's kind of funny but we we have to get technique back and people have have left that you know I take posing stools to a job and people say no one takes tools to a job. And i said people by pictures based on two things has my body look. What's my expression. So i hide the body. So i see them and i get great expressions so technique technique when you know it so well you can work from your heart and they they say. The longest road is from the head to the heart. Most photographers today. Shoot from the head. They talk out loud to the client about their iso and their lens because they're not even sure what they're doing. They're nervous and they're they're just talking about technique and you know what when you know it so well. It's it's like your hands formed unbreakable patterns to work from the heart. And that's where that's where you need to get to and it's not easy. It's ten thousand hours of practice if you wanna be tiger woods. It's one hundred thousand hours of practice. You've gotta go hard. Start early and late and and pray. You know i'm gonna tell you. Every morning i pray that the spirit would give me clarity would give me good ideas. We'd give me energy. Give me good decisions. Good health and abundance of wealth new customers new friends. I could go on and on. I'm very spiritual. And i think that's what we need in this time. You know this is a time work. The world is changing so fast. We have one thing we can hold onto. And that's you know that's the truth. That's in the bible. So that's how to end it and i've never felt so emotional about anything and i can't wait to share some pictures with you in some video. So let's do round to coming up with some visuals. And i'll be even more excited absolutely love it. Yes and we'll make sure it includes a link to your. I never know how to say it the meal and you'll see me all over the internet and stop i need to. I need to command my own. Social media a little bit better and take some old stuff out the new stuff in..

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Welcome to Westview - burst 04

The Original Jeek Podcast

01:19 min | 6 months ago

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"My question is you're making a hip hop album. Cover with your favorite athlete and your favourite fictional character. What do duo is on your cover. I'm going to start with l. seven. Okay if i can have favorite athlete and fictional character. That's go with jerry rice. Okay and luke cage jerry rice and luke cage. I like that. I gotta ask why i gotta ask jerry. Rice is my favorite football player of all time on the niners fan always been his friend always will be niners. Fan love jerry. Rice and i love lou cage Big he's a A staple in In comics specifically When it comes to black characters And so yeah those two. I think they're great representation of Of who. I am And you know. Black athletes and black fictional characters

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The Original Jeek Podcast

01:19 min | 6 months ago

Welcome to Westview - burst 04

"My question is you're making a hip hop album. Cover with your favorite athlete and your favourite fictional character. What do duo is on your cover. I'm going to start with l. seven. Okay if i can have favorite athlete and fictional character. That's go with jerry rice. Okay and luke cage jerry rice and luke cage. I like that. I gotta ask why i gotta ask jerry. Rice is my favorite football player of all time on the niners fan always been his friend always will be niners. Fan love jerry. Rice and i love lou cage Big he's a A staple in In comics specifically When it comes to black characters And so yeah those two. I think they're great representation of Of who. I am And you know. Black athletes and black fictional characters

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01:19 min | 6 months ago

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"My question is you're making a hip hop album. Cover with your favorite athlete and your favourite fictional character. What do duo is on your cover. I'm going to start with l. seven. Okay if i can have favorite athlete and fictional character. That's go with jerry rice. Okay and luke cage jerry rice and luke cage. I like that. I gotta ask why i gotta ask jerry. Rice is my favorite football player of all time on the niners fan always been his friend always will be niners. Fan love jerry. Rice and i love lou cage Big he's a A staple in In comics specifically When it comes to black characters And so yeah those two. I think they're great representation of Of who. I am And you know. Black athletes and black fictional characters

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11 Trivia Questions on 19 Word Hints for 19 Letter Movies

Trivia With Budds

03:25 min | 1 year ago

11 Trivia Questions on 19 Word Hints for 19 Letter Movies

"All right nineteen letter movies with Nineteen Word Hands. Let's see if you can figure all these out number one crusading reporters Woodward and Bernstein dig through the Merck surrounding President Nixon's misdeeds searching for the truth about Watergate, what is that movie number one number one? And number two, Brosnan settles in for his third outing as double o seven this time with Denise Richards as a hem doctor. Christmas Jones number two Brosnan settles in for his third outing double o seven this time with Denise Richards as a ham doctor Christmas Jones number two. Question number three no twinkies for Woody Harrelson, this time but hordes of undead still to battle in this decade later, Dom Com sequel number three. What is that Zombie Com sequel with Woody Harrelson And number four, a mild-mannered diplomat is stirred to action after his wife is killed in Kenya. After meddling with pharmaceutical companies number four, a mild-mannered diplomat is stirred to action after his wife is killed in Kenya after meddling with pharmaceutical companies number four. And Number Five more rock more Jack Black More Kevin Hart. But still no board games in this sequel to a reboot number five more rock more Jack Blackmore Kevin, Hart. But still no board games in this sequel to remove. Number six the American remake of Seven Samurai with a star studded cast of Charles Bronson Steve McQueen and Horst. Holtz. Number seven the time is just right for an out and out thriller like this reads this best pictures tagline. The time is just right for an out and out thriller like this reads this best pictures tagline tough one number seven. Number Eight, a one, thousand, nine, hundred, four German fantasy films. Title is a bit of a lie and actually wraps up in about one hundred and two minutes Barack. This nineteen eighty-four German fantasy films. Title is a bit of a lie that actually wraps up in about one hundred and two minutes. And number nine the only film within the franchise to Askew Arnold Schwarzenegger though it features a CGI incarnation of his t eight, hundred number nine, the only film without Arnold, but it does have CGI t eight, hundred, number nine. Number ten one can imagine the pitch for this one was toy story with animals and yeah, it made eight hundred and seventy five, million dollars number ten toy story with animals nineteen letters eight, hundred, seventy, five, mil. Andy Bonus for nineteen letter movies number eleven for two points. If you're playing along at home, please recall one, hit wonder deep blue something's classic nineties tune while you find this more classic morning, Meal Movie Classic Morning Meal, Movie Deep Blue Something Classic Nineties, tune those your clues for number eleven.

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"blackmore" Discussed on The Chief Customer Officer Human Duct Tape Show

The Chief Customer Officer Human Duct Tape Show

10:06 min | 1 year ago

"blackmore" Discussed on The Chief Customer Officer Human Duct Tape Show

"Hi everybody on the show. Today is Katharine Blackmore. Who is the head of SAS customer success at Oracle for all of the United States but also impacting the global standing up of the customer success function role and purpose at Oracle? If you are a customer success leader no matter what your industry you want to hear the show today because because Catherine's going to walk you through the evolution of the purpose of customer success how to develop your people evaluate them and put them in a position to succeed. This is a show you you won't want to miss really really powerful value. Valuable conversation from Catherine who's lived through personally the evolution of this role as a key player in it. Thanks everybody hi. Everybody and welcome to the chief. Customer Officer Human Duct Tape Show where we talk to leaders about how they unite their companies to achieve customer driven growth as the duct tape of their organization. I'm your host gene bliss so be sure to catch us on itunes stitcher at customer bliss dot com slash. podcast today. My friend Katherine Blackmore is in the House. Hey Katherine Hateem so glad to have you here for everyone who does not or may may not know Katherine Katherine is the head of SAS customer success at Oracle Globally Right Catherine or is it. US face us. Your focus is us it is us. But I will tell you the things that we are working on our caller global so while my operating responsibilities and North America strategy is global perfect. Okay Great Yeah. It's always it's interesting when folks have a role but you do. All the work is global now. So I'm I'm grateful for that. Hey you have got got a rich rich background that led you to this very senior role at Oracle. So take us as far back as you could. And you want to people love the breadcrumbs crumbs because in these right brain left brain jobs as you know Catherine. It's the the the collection of skills that make you successful in doing this. Very broad comprehensive Change Management leadership operational role which is a very weird hybrid of uncommon to a lot of other roles out there. So take as far back as you'd like absolutely one looking forward to this because you're right it is right brain left brain and who knew knew that when I I was in college that I would actually applying my major and my minor doing every day just really wanted to go about the wave machine. I graduated from the University of Washington with degrees in communications and business which makes sense. Yep and psychology. I'm seeing that and you know what it's always really interesting because we've had people who are in archaeology and all of these really interesting sciences. Play such a very interesting role in that and by the way. I'm sitting in Bellevue Washington. I didn't realize you went to the U.. Dub So very cool. Oh yes dogs. The I wanNA Combo so so walk us through and and your psychology will keep popping up. I'm sure in addition of course in business so let's keep going absolutely so I started up now. This may seem also very strange and weird. But I think this makes sense in terms of what I've been drawn to which these massive transformational jobs a shifts in how we think about customers doing business in so the first massive acid transformation. I took part in little. Did I know happened right out of college. I was recruited to work in consumer packaged goods. And what was interesting about that time. Is it Walmart Walmart. We'll know Sam Walton Story. He was going on tear of disrupting the relationships. The power that manufacturers have so I worked for big companies like Nestle and Kellogg's and we no longer had the power consumer like we did in the heyday of where we would just back up our trucks and load whatever product. We won into our retailers. And they would. I'd sell it now. I'm being very general of course but but the shift in power became more about managing costs. We know this about Walmart. Yes and customers customers. How do you compete in that environment? My goodness we know we can talk a bit about what's happening now Amazon. But it's very similar. Customers were drawn to a low oh price experienced so they could obviously a manage their budgets. But then what did that do. The manufacturers is complete compression on price and so what we found ourselves the transformation had to be much much more than just again backing up the trucks. We had to understand the customer. We had to help are retailers. Be Successful many of them are coming to manufacturers asking us. How do I compete against Walmart and really did become about knowing the customer and in some cases it was certainly in you know? We did large transmission initiatives around supply. Chain take cost out but it was really more about helping retailers compete and that's where that formative experience of learning through the eyes of our customer What did they meet from us as brand you know what are they what are they? You Wonder Mom's wanting to feed their kids you know what. Do Shoppers once In in helping retailers be more successful in appealing to those consumers competing on personalization competing on what that customers wanting so so that was early days. Gene that was that was where where I would say. All of those lessons learned got started and I would also argue being data centric understanding. Not just your customer through stories but what is all about rich data. Tell us about the customer. Why are they coming back? Why are they leaving? How can we keep? It's fascinating the forcing function that you know. Got You to go deep and build that skill set isn't it and it's interesting as I'm listening because this is in a way the corollary to what happened when social media came on in in the marketplace and once again brands didn't own the message even of how they define themselves. Now it's about how customers are defining you it's brand. That's exactly right and it is that power shift. Yes and and that's really gene. I'd say what ultimately my the CEO that created treated me with little startup called Jigsaw. That became a part of SALESFORCE DOT com. This was gosh over ten years ago. Two thousand seven to two thousand ten link. Dennis telling me that is a declaration. You've got it looking. You'll keep me honest. You're on the dates but but think about that. Jean what was happening in two thousand seven when the IPHONE was introduced. I think in two thousand six. You know we didn't have the APP store yet. It was just starting. I mean what a different time that was. You know a little over a decade ago but that being said we knew we knew this shift to cloud was happening thing. You know what we're finding is customers. Were leaving software vendors because we made all this shift in making technology analogy so much easier to consume us. Stand up but my goodness what we didn't anticipate was in fact. The customers could easily leave. That's right well because of the shift in the options and the contracts had to change. You didn't have what I call captive loyalty as much right absolutely. Not No you really. You really didn't. And that was obviously. The attraction of white companies were making ship. Applaud companies were birth and cloud getting started started in the cloud because of innovation customers wanted and be able to move quickly and rapidly and again choices a big part of that for sure. Sure okay so after salesforce. You had a couple other gigs. Before you you got to wear you are want to walk a couple of those sure I would say. I got my masters in Customer Success at at at definitely at salesforce while mark. BENEF- doesn't I would say. He didn't necessarily put forward a service at the time around or teaching and educating the market on how to be a great customer success manager because this is all new Ryan when I we were we were groping in the dark right. I remember I was talking you about that and it was like yeah. Let's figure this out. It was very interesting fascinating right absolutely. It was definitely a startup. A startup in terms of our profession. Right and that's where I would say taking a lot in that we're experimenting because arguably had one of the first customer success teams on a planet at Jigsaw. You look at Lincoln at that time. You Reference Link. Did I think you'd had much beaches. It was really more of like a Web a Web crawler. Aw than you would see. You would see job posting sales force. That's it we knew nothing so when I say I got my masters in Customer Success Marks Paneth salesforce really put forward the first customers disorganization at scale and really started. Operation is a role training people in how to do this job. And that's where I would say I got started with this profession. But there's so much more now that certainly gene Vance through my later experiences at all talk about but at its core. What we found was this role was created by and large versus foremost to help keep customers and that burst job? That we've seen and I don't care I mean it's really you see it now even. It's not that I'm ten plus years later the role has changed where we're no longer on calling firefighter. What I've found is you have to be a firefighter to start because the job start with about keep the classroom all cost? We don't know enough to be intelligent. Just this right. You're you're doing your throne.

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Christmas Racing Review: Part 2

The Final Furlong Podcast

08:38 min | 1 year ago

Christmas Racing Review: Part 2

"Welcome to our second festive review on the final furlong podcast on Miss Kennedy alongside Bet Fares Connor. Hello Hello Welcome back. My French French TV show. There wasn't it I I like that. What about do you want to do the accident? You can do not Lulu simple. It is also the glorious return from a long absence of at the races. Irish tipster on one of the best writers in the game final. Furlong podcast legend. Tony Kanaan his back on the show up. Build up the only one who really gives us some but this is you. Don't be hyping it up and down and happy new everyone Beta Beta. We agree to bike and show. We'll be talking reassessment and good risk that it's great to have you back. I know that you are incredibly busy. Best of luck a new bundle of joy on the way as well for the New Year so the workload is going to get even harder in in the house but looking forward to having you on the podcast a bit more and particularly unity with you and the children preview with you in the usual venue all being well and we're looking forward to that so look that'll be better Caracas. Well let's get into our review so in part one with Jess and Kate. We look back at Saint. Stephen's Day and boxing day from here. We're going from the twenty seven th onwards. So we'll start with the Patty's rewards club loyalties altis did look for rewards chase. This was check on poor soil is supposed to be crowning moment. I guess his return. He done a brilliant piece of work or at least it looked that way. Danny Mullen said worn the head cam it all it very impressive buddy got blown away. By the two stars of the moment Henry Debrum head and Rachel Blackmore the story on the fair exchange beforehand Karen. I presume shotgun personnel was being well-supported Yeah Second Priscilla laws. I mean this was the hartaway. We're all hoping to see over Christmas. This harstad we spoke about before Christmas was one of the ones who are really excited to see this race and never really for me got GEICO and in the race it did hit a low point. Few eight hundred surround want to four ALU tired hides a BS five point five which is nine to two and did eleven or ten into one in running which again until surprise me to be honest. I mean our plutarch's the youngest one in the race I suppose the kind of almost forgot how amazing and I wrote Shetland. Moore's last time I if I was looking at the shotgun slot ruin it. I don't know twenty split seemed to be almost missing an extra year when it it was coming up. I like to know what they are going to do. Now both does a lot of reasons. I suppose that you could still be in the campus. Well which can persuade was it. I ruin and so will I know some people have said the populist Carson maybe not sold audible for me but I'd like to see off new tired now go onto the right air. I'd like to see how we get on with that and shocking. We'll give it. We'll give one more ago. I wouldn't show the baby out with water. Just it was a disappointing on a strange Leopardstown and a strange Christmas relief for Willie mullins because a number of his big guns severely disappointed. Some of them had very a legitimate excuses. He still ended up being top trainer at Leopardstown which was odd considering the amount of bubbles that were burst but Gordon Elliott currently has a five hundred thousand euro lead over in the trainer's title but sh- as Brian Flanagan said whisper. That one quietly that he's currently got that lead. What did you make out of a plutarch? Let's start with the winner. Tony Ryanair as is the target for him much to Roy frustration. But this was in. This was impressive. Maybe we'll take Willie mullins Christmas for steroid very intentional Christmas and for a yard strange. They're we're having a strange season and history at no over the last couple of weeks mont seventeen eighteen percent whereas there's like William Orleans seasons past twenty percent thirty percent the question. I was asking me winning where all the new horses Commodore Chat Chat. lapis tones past year could be shared with emboldens would have maybe a couple of French horses. That hadn't been seen in on the days run in the mid and orders you'd be seen six to four in the morning east hates. Take that on 'cause off four to five and winds fifteen minutes and you're kicking yourself do toss this year are- recycling the same incident. Orders the fee spirituality. I wanted on Stevens the business and and the game it's Josh. Let's call him Jones. Noga be the Donnie Colorado's debate and Henry sources wherever wherever the new communist of the bar. Quick questions is is. Don't think deeply who's really nervous order the minutes. Jesus is Avenue. Thank you see what I'm getting at this time does pass to be fit the top of a novice whore you'll be thinking about not supreme body body more stats or whatever not this year so that that's a little bit strange. They last year obviously young harsh on in the champion Bumper Cheltenham. Blue Saturday. He'd already disbands. We may talk about emily and so some slightly stain season going on now William owners now some of them just come back to check on Bush lost some of them. You could argue are are needing to run a little bit. That would not be the usually it would win over the years so I was bit. Negatively is the bubble burst Chakma Shaw possibly reports this and he don't have a sort of an impossibly high salen after punches. Tony he destroyed. You officers the officers coming from win and grade wants and as has been pointed out that was. NBC's and follow him. He was a fresh horse. Daffy wasn't fresh injected Geneva wasn't fresh that lottery at that stage taught zoning twenty-seven Puerto a little bit of Lydia. NYDIA is good for very good place. When he tip evening free bought him a electors? The winner m writing is put in the salvaged performance. was dimissed. This one and I was amazed to cope with the drop in trip. Am I tipped this shop and I didn't think this was remotely possible that it was going to afford enough augments stick this Richard said he was on his head a little bit early on. Didn't didn't really look that way and I talked. He was well on top after last. was never allowed on. And you know what I think is he just. After taking another mass of jump he looked very good and am NASTYA. Henry says you need. They're enforcing motor navin. I know he's just he's just a proper a he is only faith it chuck. You'll be seeing all this scope which is seven had raised in France before it came to. Willie mullins wait. It didn't roll Naomi. Ah for whatever many days and just look this up here and toes and named is needed wasn't trained for those days those teams you know for good copy. So I'm I'm a little bit lukewarm checking schlock boat incredibly positive on a plutot on Henry debris made 'em noth- known for Shea and away from big risk so I'm wondering are they going to go championships with this horse and I'd be interested in them. Not just was a brilliant performance and dig a statement another step forward. I was very good on the clock as what trainer comments can always be open to interpretation. And that's something that Mara was referencing in our bonus. Bonus betting special podcast. which if you haven't listened to strongly recommend that you do that? He often takes trainer comments with a pinch of salt and he's more interested in just doing his own form work and coming up to his own conclusions. The initial plan was Ryanair. That was what they were. They were staging they were going to do. And of course. That's the distance that he the handicapped children last year. But Roy was putting the source up as a big price for the champion chase at the start of the season and you have jost post given him a little bit more encouragement. And when you look at the current Marcus like does a question mark over your deputy Sawyer is coming through and has looked very good. He's passed every test so far. But there's probably going to need a little bit more

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"blackmore" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"blackmore" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Bama was the more electable candidate than Hillary in in particular, African American voters in South Carolina who were worried that it was just too soon. That white people wouldn't vote for Brock Obama. I think a lot of South Carolina voters saw white voters caucus for Obama in Iowa and thought holy shit. This guy could do it now hundred percent in the middle. We got our asses handed to us by Clinton in New Hampshire, but Blackmore's data point black voters gave the Clinton Hillary Clinton, a huge margin in South Carolina before the actual primary because they just didn't think the Brcko bomohs elect. I mean, look or they didn't know and had enormous critical endorsements from people like John Lewis. That's right. That's right. No. So I do and I think when we talk about electability other thing to think about is, you know, one a lot of this flows from what happened twenty sixteen. And so if you believe that the only reason the Hillary Clinton lost twenty sixteen is because she lost some of these non college white voters in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, then you think to yourself. Okay. The way we went in twenty twenty is to win those voters back, but and you know, we dug into this in the wilderness a lot that isn't the only reason that she law. Caused there were cities where African American turnout wasn't quite as high. There were there as Cornell Belcher said in last pod there were four million Obama voters four million plus Obama voters who voted for Obama eight and twelve who didn't vote for Donald Trump who stayed home in twenty sixteen. So those those voters seem very gettable by a democrat if they stayed home. And so the other thing too the other factor intellect ability is who can actually excite and inspire people to come out to vote who might otherwise stay home who didn't stay home in two thousand sixteen and I do think ultimately it's a mix sh in twenty eighteen look at Gretchen Whitmer in in Michigan. Right. She wins. Michigan back after Hillary Clinton lose it in two thousand sixteen. How does she win? Well, turn out in the cities among African Americans went up. But also she won back some of the non college educated white voters. It is both. And I think you need to figure out which these candidates is going to be able to. Yes. Went over some independence. Yes. Maybe even went over some. Effective republicans. But also at the same time excite the base of the Democratic Party, get young people to vote get people of Colorado vote and get new voters to vote, and if you can find Kate can do both of those things that I think you're in a strong..

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"blackmore" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"blackmore" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Cheltenham winner in Plutarch for Rachel Blackmore disco Rana tough as nails sources. Well, and they're left trailing in his wake. This is a surely ah proper go Cup horse absent lately, one of the performances of the week. Now, I will say when he ran at Cheltenham, I was you know, it just didn't go one hundred percent right for daily on the day. You'd have to say he hit the front to sooner than he would have wanted. And just when he was writing him he here when he won the drain more. Everything was clear cards lace. And and he did I say he beat a couple of horses in here that didn't stay. I don't think please har- fully got the trip. Chris's dream never got into get a bird pool too. High was was very he was being too Zuber int- altogether under ruby winter escape like he did at Fairyhouse never let himself down to Joan. So I would say the race fellow party B disco Ramu who's a four mile Rita. He stays all day. He was fancied for Grenache before he skipped up to come here. So it wasn't by far the most competitive race of the week. But he couldn't have done it any easier. He won on the brighter and forgiving soon. It's all about Goldco prospects. It's all about having horses that will be capable of competing there. He definitely looks. As though he could be a Gold Cup over spots. He will have the small motor of album photo and Kim boy to deal with if they manage to get their Rachel Blackmore wins another grade one and another great one in Manila Endo, some people were over the view that perhaps that was a bit of a fluke, but not Basit beats the right? In terms of the market. Danny Mullins was very confident carefully selected on the podcast earlier in the week and our Punchestown preview. Runs a fine race in second. But Manila Endo, this is a tool this is a proper racers. Yeah. He's very good. I couldn't really understand why he was let go off two one win the hearts who finished well behind him and Cheltenham was eleven to four Willie Mullins to Brown. It's got to be the Victor Brown that having an absolute stellar year. And has had his heart says inconsistently brilliant formal on Europe to be fair to to win ruby. They changed tactics without a whole on. It did produce considerable improvement. He jumped very well in front, and he relaxed erased fluently, and he got what into Lenz the middle Indo emotion prove performance, and we saw from him in the album bargainers, but Rachel she wrote him very like Honey SAPA Fairyhouse, Joe stay eight off the leader was never mercy of what somebody in front of her was doing. She could take the lead whenever she wanted. She was never gonna get boxed staying in a lovely rhythm earlier everywhere. He do Frank fluent, and he is leading saying novice herder this year. He's a worthy. The horse..

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"blackmore" Discussed on Point of Inquiry

Point of Inquiry

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"blackmore" Discussed on Point of Inquiry

"That. I am here with Susan Blackmore. Thank you so much for joining me. No pleasure. Thank you. And sue is going to be giving a talk tomorrow on the new science of out of body experiences as we all know out of body experiences for long Nordby science, and as you right? They were likened to astral, projection and wandering souls, but you had dramatic out of experience of your own in the nineteen seventies. Which at the time, you say seemed inexplicable can you give us an overview of what happened would take me a long time, two and a half hours. But basically, I was sleep deprived. I smoked a little bit of cannabis. I've been playing around with a ouija board. I was in a kind of a bit of dopey stage state, and I was sitting around with some friends, and I felt I was going down a tunnel. And I didn't know anything about tunnel experiences. The whole idea. Near death experiences hadn't been invented by. Then then a friend said to me where are you sue which is very weird question when you're sitting right next to a moment flow. Anyway, I went God where a moment at tunnel. And it was everything became clear, and I was looking down from the ceiling can Nonni say when people say they went to heaven never thing all that stuff, and it so vivid. It really is in this may well be because you're not taking any external information in your brains inventing it over clearly don't really know. But it is so compelling anyway from there, I went travelling at all kinds of adventures, but eventually I tried to get back into my body, and I kind of overshot went to small so I tried to get larger too large. And I'm really rushing through to the end where they came a mystical experience oneness, which again like never heard I was always this is nine hundred seventy and I was nineteen and I simply merged into the universe became one with Unum. Will like back which was a struggle to get back to normal get back into that body and carry around. It was a physical struggle or had the physical and mental struggle. It was underrating everywhere. I can fly. How do I get back into that heavy body and you weren't scared? No. I don't think I was got my friend. Kevin kept talking to me the whole time. I was just amazed. I was just amazed life think of it now us con reinstituting the allusion of self because we laugh the neuroscience. We have you know, there isn't a Solo Spirit. At least what I think my skeptics with think there isn't a Solo Spirit little psychic conscious me inside our head. It's what the brain does the Tele story that I'm inside here. And I'm in control of my arms and legs. And what have you and the coming that process was a bit like that having to reinstitute what it normally feels like from having just been, you know, everything's one. So that was the experience or frame of the time well in a way. Yes. But not insensible way. I mean, my my response to that was it didn't fit with anything. I was learning in my degree on visit in physiology and psychology. So what could have happened, of course, became a delist immediately. My soul is left my body or my astral body has left. My physical this proves to Lepetit clever. Kindnesses pre cognition goes poltergeist life after death. I started trying to which I read the tarot cards addressed in all the appropriate far out. Hey with you. Good. Gee, that'd be to bring our old selves, quite fun. But then I did a PHD data note of experiments, and that's what and be from psychic sue into into a parapsychologist, and then ultimately into skeptic, and I joined Saikal got involved in nineteen seventies and eighties skeptics till questions. Then follow up. This was the impetus for for pursuing your day. I'm guessing. Yeah. And then you also write that OBI research is contributing to our understanding of self, and and you're planning to discuss the kind of positive skepticism, you say that does not just debunk or ignore strange claims, but turns them into useful science. So what transformed OBI from fringe to a legitimate pursuit? Well, it took many many decades. So I really struggled to try and understand that experience became skeptical. And I wrote my first book in one thousand nine hundred eighty two. Beyond the body. But we didn't have the science. Then what happened was in two thousand and two newer, scientists discovered stimulating the brain of an epileptic patient that he'd found the spot that you could induce an.

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"blackmore" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

In Defense of Plants Podcast

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"blackmore" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

"Bill. Thanks for picking me up and bringing me to your wonderful house to do this. I appreciate it goal. It's nice to have someone in person for change. Although I'd like being able to talk to people from a distance. It's always nice to bring friends and be in person on this. So got the Christmas tree. Yeah. Everything's all set up in. We've got the ambiance. So who are you? I guess is a good start. My name's Bill Handel. Mom, boughten us plant ecologist at the natural history survey and champagne, Illinois, right? And why plants I mean, was it always with you? Or did you kinda come to later after fruity much Amine? I started digging up plants on my family farm, probably when at the age of ten and bring them home from mom mom was though growing stuff indoors, and she had flowerbeds to bring stuff home. And we go out and see what would become. Yeah. Kinda grown on family farm gives you a sense of your backyard's basically your body area. So sure. That's cool that you realize that though, I mean a lot of the cliche now is the kids are getting out enough. But even as a child for any age grouper generation now that focus on plants it can be hit or miss a lot of times for some. Honestly, I didn't really know nine number plan to go into it. As more of an interest in as time went on under ROY plan to go to college or anything in my life that just kind of happened as speak. That's cool. And then what made what was that kind of funnel push into doing this more professionally than from on? When I went to junior college. I ran into our guiding Keith Blackmore he was really good job botany biology, professor pilot, college, freeport, Illinois. He was one of the first people up there. Probably do pray restoration second tells you long ago, this this was nineteen seventy nine when I went to do start in junior college. I actually got into this to in high school in a vocational school would main. Man named Dan harms was into while. I've collagen restoration side hit always started a restoration on my family farm when I was a junior high school. That's cool by Keith was the one who really he was kind of a legend up north western, Lloyd. Well, you said he was doing pray restoration from you know, in the seventies early seventies. That's kinda win earth of movement started from and so he was starting to restorations in nineteen seventy four seventy five he was big on our gist, but he was really into planet colleges. Well, yeah. Having those two subjects are pretty intertwined. But that's that's really cool to know that it was that introduction really was kind of at that forefront of of people trying to do something better for the land in this restoration ethos that you know, it's easy now because it's such a common topic to talk about the thinking about anyone wanting to restore the landscape, you know, for better for worse. It just wasn't part of the right the process back on Jerry. So at that time where there any groups that stuck out or were you just kind of a jack-of-all-trades whatever's around. I'm interested. Probably I was gonna jack-of-all-trades like kind of start off really in said wildlife ecology not proud of this. But one I mean, it's interesting how things have all. But one of the first things I did is when I did this while ecology thing for vocational school in back, then DNR would send you a wildlife packet that you would plan to pasta landscape well in that while I pack it the only good thing was dog native dogwoods and oaks, and then you had white pines for shelter break. And then you had autumn olive and push honeysuckle to plant for hedgerows or whatever rose for the Deering wildlife..

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"blackmore" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"blackmore" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"To follow the show on social media were posting plenty of info on the big conversation this first program with jordan peterson and susan blackmore plus some of the short bite size video segments from that conversation as well you want to go and check those out to the big conversation don't show as well where you can get hold of all of that material let's return to part two of a first big conversation welcome back to the program we're talking about the psychology of belief do we need to make sense of life my guests jordan peterson and susan blackmore and we're talking about jordan's new book especially twelve rules for life an antidote to chaos we were talking just in that last section about whether faith religion christianity specifically has been of benefit alternately for people in the world there's a section actually in jordan's book where he says this christianity elevated the individual soul placing slave and master common a nobleman alike on the same metaphysical footing rendering them equal before god in the law it's nothing short of a miracle he has very high view of what christianity has done for the world whether or not it's objectively true what do you take from that evidence that i was discussing earlier that there's plenty of now that the most dysfunctional societies also the most believing societies there are lots of hypotheses about why that is the case but i would like to challenge children on the implication that he put before that because a lot of these of moral stunts today comes from religion not all of it does that it has to have that as a basis i don't think it does i feel very grateful to live in a country where now us the majority not religious it's just tipped over in the latest polls and in fact coming up on the train from devon today i got chatting with various people the assumption that i find here i don't know what it's like in canada is always start with seeming someone's an atheist nelia with turns out to be the oh the religion stuff you know it's very very common in this country now we have not descended into being terrible country we yes we have our problems early on in the in the experiment i suppose ten years yes i will await with interest in hope i live long enough to see but then if we look at many of the scandinavian countries which are where head of us in in that move they have wonderful health systems welfare state support for people out of work and so i'd be interested in hearing your response to all this then jordan did ultimately we can divorce the the good principles that we may have had in some respects from religion from religion family still leave efl happy so dependent see a lot of this depends on your definition of religion like i know perfectly well from my own empirical studies that there's at least two disparate sets of phenomena that might be regarded as religious right there's the dogmatic element which is really what suits referring to when she talks about the pathology of religious belief and there's the spiritual meant and dog matic element tends to appeal to people who are essentially conservative in their temperamental nature and i mean that scientifically speaking and the meaningful element the spiritual element let's say tends to appeal to people who are more liberal in their in their temperamental fundamentals and religion overall is a continual dialogue between the dogmatic element and the spiritual element and if either of those exceeds its proper boundaries then there's a degenerate of consequence like if the spiritual types get the upper hand then the structure disappears if the dogmatic types get the upper hand then everything clamps down into too much stasis so to to make a direct plane say between the existence of dog matic belief in the pedal society and then to assume that that encompasses the entire relationship between religion and the functioning of society i think is based upon a narrowing of an unfortunate narrowing of the.

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"blackmore" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"blackmore" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"Welcome to the big conversation here on unbelievable with me just in brawley big conversation is a series of shows exploring faith science philosophy and what it means to be human in association with the templeton religion trust today our conversation topic is the psychology of belief and do we need to make sense of life well the big conversation partners i'm sitting down with today are jordan peterson and susan blackmore jordan peterson is a professor of psychology at the university of toronto and author of the new book twelve rules for life an antidote to chaos jordan rose to prominence in two thousand sixteen when his stance on free speech in the threat of legal action for refusing to use transgender pronouns created a media storm but since then many new people have discovered his academic work including a very popular lecture series on these psychology and wisdom of ancient bible stories and his new book twelve rules for life distills much of the wisdom into a guide to leading a meaningful life our other guest is susan blackmore she's a psychologist lecturer and author of books on consciousness and evelyn recycle g including the mean machine and seeing myself the new science of out of body experiences and she vis many forms of religion is fundamentally negative for human flourishing she's written for instance that religions aren't example par excellence of me complex is that use wicked tricks to ensure their own survival will today we'll be looking at the psychological roots of faith beliefs can we make our own rules for life or are we subject to some higher level of meaning and are even atheist fundamentally religious deep down i'm really looking forward to today's conversation so susan jordan welcome to the program thanks have justin i will start with you jordan your hard man to categorize in many ways your work actually attracts attention from both believers and number levers many of whom say that you've actually made them consider reconsider their views about religion especially many theus heard on who said you'll work opens up things in a new way do you tend to describe yourself as a religious man tool are we differently describe myself as a religious man yeah i think that's fundamentally true to the devil's in the detail what does that mean exactly i've seen you've been asked the question do you believe in god and that's not question you necessarily find it fairly easy to on i don't know what people mean when they say believe it sits as if that question explains it self when it's ass it's like doesn't what you mean by believe what do you mean by god in what makes you think that the question that i'm answering is the same one that you're asking this is not something that you can say yes or no to in any straightforward manner so i find it an offputting question and and i don't think it's because i'm voiding the issue i think that to answer it properly requires books and lectures and so do you see yourself at least in the critics christian tradition as far as your spe world there's no doubt about that because i'm a westerner there's there's no scape from that i'm conditioned in every cell from as a consequence of the judeo christian worldview and so i i've read a fair bit in other religious traditions and have a reasonable grasp on some of them i would say not trying to overestimate my knowledge but we're saturated in judea christian ethics and so i've seen you say that you certainly live your life as though god exists yes i would say well to the best of my ability right yeah and i think that that's the fundamental hallmark of belief is what it's how you act what you say about what you think you think what do you know about what you think seriously i mean we would need a psychology and anthropology sociology any of this near the humanities if if our thoughts were transparent to ourselves they're not in the least and you've been in.

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"blackmore" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"blackmore" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"Insightful we'll bluish kind of light and some people's brains compensate from golden kind of light and that's why they come up with they that brains interpret the color either is bloom blackmore's what and goad an just you know some people was brain seems to pick different light to compensate for each time they look at the picture will would fascinated me about that was okay so different people here and see different things in those cases and we know that some people see the dress one way and some people see it another way and that those are the only basically the two choices nobody was seeing a third way it was just either a or b and my brain is seeing it the way it sees it but it's my brain why can't i tell my brain to see at the other way to get question that there are just aspects of our brain that we don't have ultimate control of the automatic processes that go on it's it's like him if we see a rabid dog in front of us palms stop sweating we might get jokes adrenaline a hot race hot races and those kinds of things that we don't have control over that you know the the for all survival the that for good reason and an it's an it's it's just the way that the brain works and night will have a good reason for these things happening automatically will all on the other side of things having conscious control over some aspects of brain so with the understanding that we have of some of these brain disorders in in how the brain works are there things that we can do knowing that to better use our own brains sure say one of the first people i met was bald than he.

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"blackmore" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

Mostly Lit Podcast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"blackmore" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

"But if you want if you want to do if you want to do things you know that you know that someone's doing it with an apple i feel like for some reason whereas on the pc the limitations i feel the thing i think the way to apply restricted on a piece i think the way apple start at all yours is it i think this is how always is is thinks of as rebellion and somehow eight just guessed it turns into the status quo really gets like you know we're in fifteen million units in that blackmore episode where he's rebellion is the the shop thing to his neck and eventually he's on tv show ways go to his name and it's like i was reading about dot dot dot arisen anti anti art movement and things that punk and rhyme and stuff like that where it's like we're antiestablishment condie i think that's what happened with apple for example sorry i don't do much with computers with me it's i need a computer to go and i the right something really limited use and i don't think let me get to schieber or whatever i think well i'm going to get a mac because like book and literally when i think of computers i think of apple i don't think of yeah yeah strange i think of a pc i never think cook at universities when i was at university we're all like in down and people will just literally everyone why the monk against magnus.

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"blackmore" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"blackmore" Discussed on Double Toasted

"I don't wanna get adult i really don't wanna go to a historic lows right you got that disgruntled i also want to see that he just grohmann alwyn fucked at blackmore finisher groundwater before you got in here he knew was on doors show we should get their water thank you may appreciate it thank you so much man may not get their cash for you this the leslie euphemisms you can do for me oh good to see him now love ugo diego's ronald reagan was now when we he's not here feel a little bit of a loss led to have you man the he doesn't give ship so the mega got what melds called there's going to be told book blood what not i say nothing motors they'll come you're dead or you here take care of to lose but a stable felix diego covered treaties bridges right walked out i appreciate your visit the dole you've got to have this oh man we gotta watch that when we do not the says black history month like black pimps yeah you know what we've worked so hard to achieve aspiration asper good to have aspirations all right well then just looks like everything's going well in the show is moving lumber smoothie right now you know mmma going get into some rabin's and we have our main review tonight not know people talk about death wish did not get a screening for them the latest one with bruce willis who's whose movie with years yeah bruce willis and no everett's.

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"blackmore" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"blackmore" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

"The super um was the purple heart to heart earlier adam the superpowers in like digits do i just showed iraq the outlay day it was it necessary to rocketed big showed up as a as aimless five lies byways is why we did so interesting to watch daniel do so because ram noted watch out for him he just had this like you don't think i out i think what i bet realizing otherwise get out again and i watched his black mere episode again i and i mean isn't over the way i think you rarely see a young black man was skin that dark murray and is that piercing lead and things so as to me is like he does it you wanna washes blackmore episode where he does have a lot of facial expressions even their black miramax yeah it but even in a episode he's still very stoic for him almost always acting a straight as do is like their peers in it's only you everything area has happened in prison get out we will again he's gonna you sad eyes in in this there's a wild shot will you see arm siri you see as abaza nec him and it's just brett the passages to shake it rather fi fi here so fire oh and then we have to talk about what's his name in the in the movie i did he caught him great eight but in a guest in the key in a comic his name is white eight which people keep saying israeli offensive i guess i as i said of a thought about a week day william in my no because aren't there aren't there like greybacked guerrillas or white gorillas that we have at like our weather better when sinn atamvaku that's your time out and buckle yelm baku by the actor's name is winston duke yet he he's great for a nominal he was he was so good this won his first thanks to he was so funny dude amin.

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"blackmore" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"blackmore" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"On earning your listening to serious enquiries own and two hello and welcome to series in whereas only this is episode one hundred nineteen i mureaux thomas smith all right today i have an interview with checks black more she the spokeswoman for the tanic temple their work has come up a lot on this podcast and on opening arguments because they use creative methods to point out the absurdities of religious laws at times and other things checks is gonna tell us all about it now this is actually an unplanned two parter it was total coincidence but i booked jacks and then opening arguments booked lucien greaves who is a one of the founders of the satanic temple he will be on tomorrow's episode of opening arguments and in that absorb were going to get more into the legal battles and talk more law today we we reference it a bit but were more behind the scenes of jacks is experience some of the basics of the satanic temple what it's about what satan are about jacks blog her a boertien that's a really interesting thing we're going to talk about so it's a satanic week and here's part one it's really get jacks blackmore's thank you for joining me on the show except russia russia so i'm really excited to talk to you because on on this show and actually on other shows i've i referred to the satanic temple before we 'cause you guys do some really cool work in frankly sometim some hilarious and really biting work that i think is just so brilliant so i'm really happy to have you here and but i also uh you know i and i'm guessing lot of the listeners don't know much about the sort of the history the inner workings uh in how you came to be so i'm wondering if you could take us through uh the history of the sitin attempt temple a little bit and and maybe how it interacts with your history share assert the satanic temple us farm technically in two thousand thirteen by hsien greaves and malcolm cherry who were armed to friends and they realized that i you know with certain types of legislation and privileges that were being granted to religious groups that satanic organisation could also benefit from those same.

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"blackmore" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"blackmore" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Uh i think the the only complaint that we've heard was so winston blackmore's first wife jane blackmore who simply didn't like the way winston was marrying all these women and uh perhaps there was an accusation of inherent neglect because of that but uh i'm not aware that uh domestic violence who's ever alleged here you mentioned the question of constitutionality weather mr blackmore's or rights are being upheld under our charter of rights and freedoms his lawyer has said they planned to challenge since you've note head um the the question though did come up in this trial how house that argument gone over so far well recently who has not been doing so well i mean uh once upon a time he was successful for example in demonstrating that uh the independent prosecutor was chosen in correctly but uh beginning in 2011 when the pc supreme court upheld the polygamy statute um winstons had a lot tougher time uh fending off these legal charges taken so long to get to this day you know a lot of people have asked that if due process it is one reason you i mentioned that once upon a time he was charged with crimes and it was thrown out over questions about the prosecutor and um you know the other issues are that uh uh it's difficult to find witnesses and in some of these cases i mean a lot of these wives still feel like their husbands do anything wrong um and so they're not inclined to cooperate.

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