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Which One Fun: A Calming Childrens Story
"Our story today is which one fine bobby. Butterflies stretched her wings in the early morning. Sign a gentle breeze. Rustled through the leads signaling. Another beautiful day on our island. The air held a sweet scent fluttered up into the breeze. Curious to find the source of the set as she flitted back for this way that ascent cat stronger and stronger until she came upon a beautiful meadow of wild flowers. What a glorious sight. Wise tall yellow flowers waved in the wind. As short purple flowers fluttered close to the ground in the middle. Were bright pink flowers that reflected the sunshine Bobby landed on one of the pink flowers and tasted the nectar inside. It was absolutely delicious as she took another taste. Another butterfly flitted high and landed on one of the purple flowers. Next to bobby's quite it was blanca. Bobby's best friend a good morning blanca. Bobby called cheerfully. Bobby you good morning blank replied. Isn't it a lovely day. Bobby asked oh yes exclaimed blanca. What shall we do today. Bobby wondered out loud. Blancas is were twinkling with excitement. I have an idea. Why don't we taste as many flowers as possible and figure out which one has the sweetest nectar.
What Is Attachment Theory and How Can It Affect Your Actions Subconsciously?
"Theory is focused on the relationships and bonds between people particularly long term relationships. It's relationships like those between parent and child or those between romantic partners or or even just really good friends and so In britain there was a psychologist named john bobi and he was the first person that really started talking about attachment theory. John bobby b. o. w. l. b. y. And he described attachment theory. This way you described attachment this way and then it was the theory that he came up with quote lasting psychological connectedness between human beings and so because of His theories about attachment and whether we do attach or we don't know how we feel about it and all this kind of thing. Well then he started realized that a lot of addictions that people have in life. Well it's related to how we attach or do not attach to people around us and to the pain. We feel as far as whether we did not have an attachment or whether we do have an attachment so so bobi. This psychologist was interested in understanding the separation anxiety and distress that kids experience when they're separated from their parents or from their primary caregivers and some of the earliest behavioral theories suggested that attachment was not really a big deal that it was just just a learned behavior. These early theories propose that attachment was just the result of of the person that fed the child and because the care the caregiver would feed the child provide nourishment. well then they figured than childhood become attached. but what bobi figured out is that. That wasn't really true. Is that even. If somebody did feed the person feed the person feed the person than they could still have anxiety As a result of that relationship so he found that attachment was characterized by clear behavioral and motivational patterns
Lina Khan, Prominent Big Tech Critic, Will Lead The FTC
"President Biden his name big tech critic Lina Khan, as chairwoman of the Federal Trade Commission. As NPR's Bobby Allyn tells us, Khan becomes the agency's top enforcer after getting bipartisan support for her nomination from
Lina Khan, Prominent Big Tech Critic, Will Lead the FTC
"Federal Trade Commission. As NPR's Bobby Allyn tells us, Khan becomes the agency's top enforcer after getting bipartisan support for her nomination from Congress. Lina Khan is a 32 year old Columbia law school professor who rose to prominence after writing on how decades old antitrust laws are capable of policing tech companies like Amazon. Her approached, adored by progressives, and some on the right has been dubbed hipster antitrust since it Bucks tradition. Most legal cases focus on whether a company's practices are raising prices for consumers but can argue that it doesn't matter if companies like Amazon are in fact making prices cheaper, She says the company uses press The Tory tactics to lock in its dominance and limit choice. Con is expected to be a guiding force on the FTC as it reviews acquisitions by companies like Google, Facebook and Amazon. That's Bobby Allyn reporting. This is NPR.
Interview With the Rusty Pilot, Pat Brown
"What's up. Wally bobby how are you. I'm great at this week. We are all about the rusty pilot with us again on the show. Two-time guest pat brown the texas. You can fly ambassador. Welcome back to the show pat. Thanks bob appreciate over three. Pardon me this is number three visit for this is number three or visit than the live show and now rusty pilot so pats men a friend in a i would call him a co worker through through the flight school that i own and recently we had the opportunity to rusty pilot seminar together. We did and i learned a lot as a not so rusty pilot. But someone who doesn't get fly all the time and thought to be a great opportunity to put together a show. Maybe two parts depending on how long this conversation goes to talk about. How do we get a lot of aviators back into the right seat. Left seat if they have been flying in a while pat. You do this all the time. What what are some of the things that you would like to share with people that are out there that may have not flown in a year or more. Well you know. I think Obviously i worked for a oh. Pa so that's going to be the first top of mind thing and the rusty pilot program that we that we offer It we can We do a number of seminars. every month These are webinars right. Now we're back to doing live things but that would be the the primary first of all decide that you want to get back in the air and then take advantage of the rusty pilots seminar. Because that provides you the minimum that sixty one dot fifty-six which is the regu- talks about flight reviews. That's the that requires that takes care of the minimum one hour of ground school that required for For your flight review In reality if you've been out for awhile it's probably gonna take more than an hour and even even when i'm doing these rusty pilot seminars. Tell people look when you go and hire local flight instructor to fly with you. They're still want to sit down and talk to you a little bit and make sure that you remember all these cool things that we just talked about right so that that would be probably the biggest one right there but they gotta make the decision. They want to get back into it.
Hernández Hits 2 of Jays' 8 HRs in 18-4 Rout of Red Sox
"Tasker Hernandez belted a pair of three run homers over the green monster to the blue jays eight home runs in eighteen to four router the red Sox more games like the one that has today with six RBIs because that they don't want to pitch to bloody because it is more than on fire right now and I think they'd rather pay stormy flooding here Guerrero junior Bo Bichette orders Gurriel junior Cavan Biggio ready tell as a Marcus Semien also went deep a day after Toronto homered five times at Fenway Simeon ran his road hitting streak to twenty six games they should have four of Toronto's season high eighteen heads and Guerrero Hernandez and Gurriel each had three center Bogart's Bobby Dalbec homered for Boston I'm Dave very
Why You Should Seek out Marginal Weather Days for Flight Training
"What's up wally. Bobby how are you fantastic. This week. We're taking on a topic that i've thought a lot about. I know we've talked about it more than once. But we are going to talk about why you as a student of whatever you're at and your aviation career should seek out marginal weather days with a flight instructor. Absolutely i think I i worked on my instrument. Now it's been almost three years ago Speaking of three years ago yesterday was my three year anniversary of buying this place all right. Well congratulations thanks. So about three. Years ago i finished my instrument rating or so but While i was in training the instructor that i had was really adamant that we get some extra time. And i've spoken about it. I was really an apprehensive pilot Young in my aviation career. I didn't feel real comfortable with everything. I that's just kind of scared me but i think the fact that he was so adamant that we do it and then we got it. While i was training for my instrument with some of the most valuable time i ever got. I believe when i took my check with you. I had something like eight hours of actual time which to someone listening. Who's not there yet my nothing but how many hours do you have to have wally to take your check. Ride in actual conditions zero. Wow zero actual time to qualify for an instrument rating got up forty hours of instrument. time all of which can be Simulated under the hood wearing a fogle or whatever view limiting device. You choose and some of it can be in a simulator. It's you know i. I use a little analogy of and this is not really totally accurate but You know if if you wanted to someone to play football you wouldn't teach him how to play basketball and say here's the ball. Go play football. You know you'd you'd actually show how to play football the better when there might be. You don't do all your learning playing flag football and then go play. Division one tackle football.
Sachin & Babi co-founder Babi Ahluwalia on the pandemic's impact
"I sit down with bobby. She is the co founder and creative director of sasha and bobby and also co founder of the newly launched the good cloth company because i linked sasha and bobby with formal evening wear. I wanted to ask bobby about necessary. Pivots since the start of twenty twenty. Plus i wanted to know how she and session. Her husband pulled off the launch of a second brand mid pandemic welcome. Bobby hi thank you for having me So yeah it's kind of fortuitous. How we are here in the strange time by trying to make the most of what we have our brand of course was a elevated eveningwear line and over the course of time for the last three years. We have been actually looking at the business. Say how we can scale it how we can actually make it a little bit more. You know kind of all things occasion whether it's day all evening so that a deliberate attempt was made by ass. Wanna say by this twenty nine hundred so went so we had started that any way Luckily we used our website to showcase of you know whether you would soon be clothing during the day with its for luncheon or whether it was for a meeting all whether it would be a day wedding so so that graduates shift had actually started internally from us a end of thousand eighteen early twenty nine hundred anyway and i think the pandemic helped us to push it little faster so that was important to us and we see a lot of data come through our website. We see a lot of data. Come to our church that actually is responding to the run We get because there was the demand mean last year was a disaster for all of us because all of us were told not going anywhere on so we actually internalized that. Actually you know The talk was always there. We kind of put it into action. Twenty nineteen but we did. We added more Silhouettes designed details and all of that for this spring. On was that is brandon the entire entirely. You know where you have day viewed fabrics like linen. That never used in the past. We used we consciously made the The citizens of buying fabrics and producing them in that particular place. For example. If you bought the linens from we would make them in robotics. If you buy this caused from china we would make it in vietnam so we deliberately internally started You know thinking that it's better to buy local wherever it is from denim board as opposed to mind fibers from vietnam shipping them to india. It's just the freight the back and forth off it. I think all things that we were thinking of as a brand anyway over the years we had to put into play last year and this year so it all kind of came full circle now and i feel. This is a resurgence rebuffed for brandon. Away so They will at least Bobby announced that you look at the site and you look at the brand followers or the influencers sneeze whoever owned. They're kind much more broader than what we had in the past.
Outer Banks Communities See Beach Re-Nourishment as a Lifeline
"In summer. Tourists flock to the outer banks barrier islands off the coast of north carolina the islands are famous for pristine sandy beaches with those beaches are washing away. As wind and waves wash stand over the dunes barrier islands naturally migrate but homes hotels in roads do not and rising seas extreme storms are accelerating coastal erosion dare county manager. Bobby outten says that without intervention the erosion will continue the migration continue. And it's just a matter of time before major. Major thoroughfares are damaged or destroyed so in several towns with heavy erosion dare county has pumped in sand and widen beaches. Next is the village of avon where plan beach nourishment project will help protect highway twelve. The only road in out of highway twelve is closed. You can't get through avon. You can't pick up trash you can't have. Ems ron trucks can't run. We can't provide any service nor can the people go to the grocery store to their doctors appointments to church to do the things that they normally do so while the project will cost at least eleven million dollars out and says it's critical to protect the town's economy and
Cleveland Cavaliers Beat Boston Celtics
"Lose against. This is a method upper-right. This is much as I have to say. That's it. That's unfortunate. So, you have time to Celtics have left John speechless, look at home. You know what? Bobby's going to say something. That'll accept me. More than what happened tonight? I'm sure. So, I don't know what. Bobby go. Go, go, go, go ahead. Now, the pressure is on the do it. I was going to say is that you should a sense coming into today, that's what Brad. Said, free game that the teams kind of packing in at this point they're in a good position to walk up 7. They obviously have some guys with some bumps and bruises here. So it wasn't surprising to see smart kind of packed in and we probably won't see him. The rest of the way. I'd imagined rabu definitely won't see the rest of the way as he tries to recover from that tariff do. I just wonder dog. Rodger and I were kicking this back and forth to start this one. Why is Tatum playing heavy minutes on a back-to-back? Why is Tristan Thompson still out there as he deals with a peck strain, you push in those guys and off the others back and you still don't even win the game. You kind of you said there in this game that you thought the Celtics were trying to win. John, I didn't see anything that pointed that out today. I didn't see it from an effort standpoint. I saw it from a strategic standpoint. You started taking them, you played Tristan, wasn't a hundred percent you played for, like I said, we can debate the merits of starting to remount Waters tonight. I understand the philosophy. I think you wanted him to calm down sex in a little bit. That was the theory behind that. I'm not saying it's the right call, but he clearly played the best. What he thought was the line up to win tonight's game, but I just didn't understand any of it, you know, like, you know, what's the point of planning? If you're not really going to try? What's the point of keeping Tatum out there till thirty seconds left in the fourth quarter of a game that had been decided for a while. Like why is dead? Still playing heavy minutes. Like what do you? What was the what are you doing? What are we doing
Interview With Mike Busch, Savvy Aviation and Author
"What's up walling. Hey bobby how are you. I'm great we have another special guest today. I think one that you wanted to join the show for many months. And we got in touch and he was very responsive. We have mike bush on the show. Today from savvy -ation mike. Thanks for joining us. Oh you bet so. Obviously making this is a big part of my life. Wally being an airline captain and a designated pilot examiner. He deals with maintenance and logbooks on a daily basis as well Mike you've done a lot of things from your podcast on the ao pa asked the am peace and Obviously joining us today and many many things on the web the you helped pilots and not to mention your books We're gonna jump into a lot of topics today but you're you have four books today. Manifesto believe was. Your first book was that is correct. Yes that was my first book Came out in twenty fourteen and then engines in an airport aircraft ownership volume wanted to Invaluable books for any aircraft owner for sure or flights is supposed to be a series of three bucks. But when i into doing the ownership book it became clearer after we outlined did that it was going to be a thousand pages and you can't practically do a thousand page. Paperback just doesn't work. So it wound up being too. I m set on the ownership book
Carlos Alazraqui From "Reno 911" Interview and Comedy Set Show #64 - burst 01
"And voices when you were a kid or did you develop that as a teen in young adult through the or my parents from south. America dad british educated with no accident. My mom got nathan and then head over my friend. Kevin thousand started though scotland. One too many haney the signed. Feel as it on donny. And i'm hearing lethal their body. You'll hear way easing cow. Tow free of dialect is so dialects. Got you started. I think like every other kid. I'm watching. tv like hey listen if you stay ahead. We'll watch monty python. And so hearing all these dial in sounds. I just soak it up and started spitting it out on stage. I knew that i could be worse than that. Sort of hide behind us. You know i was always mba of the comedians. That could come out as them sell. And get you on wolf word or lois bromfield that well big carlos it. I mean everybody in show business. If you're really going to succeed you need a hook and for some people. It's their look like imo. Fill up some people. It's their attitude. Like bobby slayton other people. It's it's pure seinfeld atlano. It's their way to relate to everyday life in a funny way. There was nothing wrong. In fact. I think it's an attribute if you can take something like your voice characterizations in sound effects. It you could do and meld it with professional Creative comedy to the point where you're entertaining a bunch of strangers. I mean you're not just cracking up your brother sister. You're doing stuff that everybody enjoys. That's a big difference. My friends thing funny but just stepping in out of the front row and putting your feet on stage turning around and see an audience hold if your it exciting skydiver. fifteen years. I started in ninety five and went through two thousand ten. But you can watch videos this guy diving and watching the video on the ground and you go okay. I know what's going to happen. But once you get up on that plane and that door opens and that sound is coming the win and you keep playing. You're like what the after my doing. That's you know that's an analogy. Haven't heard before. But i think it's perfect because a lot of people wanna think they can be a stand up comic. Wanna try being a stand up comic and the one of the biggest fears to get over is getting out on stage and talking in front of a bunch of strangers and actually being able to talk intelligently and watching it making it look easy and then doing it is a whole different thing. Just like skydiving. My were my suit of armor. You
Bobby Valentine Running for Mayor of Stamford, Connecticut
Bobby Unser, 87, Indy 500 Champ in Great Racing Family, Dies
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting three time Indy five hundred champ Bobby Unser has died three time Indianapolis five hundred winner Bobby Unser has died at age eighty seven the Indianapolis Motor Speedway says Unser died Sunday at his home in Albuquerque New Mexico of natural causes Unser and his brother al Unser junior are the only pair of brothers to win the Indy five hundred Bobby Unser's victories in the greatest spectacle in racing came in nineteen sixty eight nineteen seventy five and nineteen eighty one the eighty one victory was controversial under cross the finish line ahead of Mario Andretti but officials ruled Unser had passed cars illegally during the race while exiting pit lane under caution a penalty docked Unser one position and made and ready the water but on appeal Unser was reinstated as winner in October of that year it was the thirty fifth and final victory of Bobby Unser's career hi Mike Rossio
Tampa Bay’s Veteran Announcer Richard Grunder Retires After 37 Years
"Nice enough now to be joined by richard after he raps a wednesday action down an oldsmar. Florida richard. Thanks for some time. It's anthony and bobby here on race day match for having me Thirty seven years. You know we were everybody. Thurber racing fans so accustomed to hearing these voices for all of these years. John curran over at delaware park. Keith jones parks. You actually had a longer run than both thirty seven years or an equal run and then you announce this year Talk about your decision before. We look back on a remarkable career. Yes i'll tell you what i just Really appreciate it and you know what had a you know. I just thought about it. And then Had a little bit of a health issue come up enough not doom and gloom by no means but I'll be sixty nine in august My wife We have a place here in oldsmar. And and she's She retired from target corporation after twenty. Seven years and my son Teachers and coaches up in kansas and I just decided you know what it's It's time and Just decided to go ahead and call it a caller call it quits and like. I said i'll be sixty nine in august so it's about time
Richards strikes out 10, pitches Red Sox past Mets 2-1
"Garrett Richards struck out ten in seven innings to lead the red Sox to a two to one victory over the Mets the right hander had struggled in his first four starts but he did not walk anyone and got some defensive help as a couple of minutes with throwing out on the bases it was his first win of the season memories are out you know and we're up there to put up zeros and then go deep into games and yeah we wanna game what to say just make meal Homer for the Mets and the second Boston tied in the third on a Bobby Dalbec solo shot before Rafael Devers broke the tie with an RBI single in the sixth David Peterson took the loss the Mets lefty allowed two runs on four hits in six innings Matt Barnes picked up his fifth save might make you so New York
Antetokounmpo has big day, Bucks trounce 76ers 132-94
"The NSA tentacle portal over twenty four points fourteen rebounds and seven assists in just twenty four minutes as the bucs blasted the seventy Sixers one thirty two ninety four we played great it was awesome everybody enjoyed it hi everybody played hard to remove the bullet had one assist and then that last four numbers of them everything was great and tend to cope up past Glenn Robinson for second on the team's all time scoring list Bobby Portis added seventeen points to help the walkie beat the seventy Sixers for the second time in three days G. Milton Tyrese Maxey scored fifteen apiece to lead the seventy Sixers who played with that Jo Ellan be because of a sore right shoulder the Sixers fourth straight loss drops of one full game behind the nets for the Eastern Conference lead on the ferry
Red Sox Top White Sox 11-4 on Patriots' Day With No Marathon
"The red Sox erupted for six runs in the first inning of an eleven four route of the white Sox he K. Hernandez led off with the replay aided home run a Bobby Dalbec worked out a fourteen pitch walk during the big rally JD Martinez and Alex Verdugo each had three hits including a solo Homer they set up all the time a career high with ten strikeouts while allowing four runs over six in the third anytime we can score lot of runs we have that lopsided ending it's always huge for us you know earlier in the game the better give me a chance to just go out there to talk the strike zone I felt like I had all my pitches really working that I've Lucas Giolito was tagged for seven earned runs over one plus inning position players here mean Mercedes and Danny men get each pitched an inning of relief I'm Dave Ferrie
"bobby i" Discussed on Heavyweight
"Bobbies oldest coolest bluest haired friend Jake. As embarrassed as bobby was about the ad, he was especially embarrassed. The Jake might hear it. Then he not only loses punk read, but also the respect of the person who taught him everything about music in the first place. So even though Jake and Bobby spoke every day had practice each week bobby never said a thing about the AD. But then one day jake was hanging out with billy a third member of Jagan bobbies band. Or watching the blackhawks and then all of a sudden we hear this song come on and we start kind of giggling at the song. And then, and then I was like Holy Shit. Like, best bobby he goes no no no, it's not do that is body I know bobbies. There's no one else that sounds like a mess bobby we had TV that we have the access to rewind it. So we rewind and watch this is billy and then the tagline at the very end he speaks it. Though is clearly him billy. He's like Oh my God. It is bobby and we started laughing and freaking out. Later that day they saw Bobby Jake asked about the add an his face just drops just drops and you're like, Oh my God. Don't tell anyone about this, and until this moment have you kept the promise that you made bobby have you never told anybody? I told people. Of course, bobbies best friend and bandmate was going to dine out on bobbies humiliation, and so group tax tour send links were forwarded and everyone laughed. For Body it was a huge embarrassment but the thing that's outlived that embarrassment is a lingering question. What the hell happened. If you WANNA see this on TV. You would just be like how did this happen? How did this get into my TV? How did this through? At the time, bobby was a kid in his early twenties the lowest on the ladder with no visibility into how the AD got green led. The now as an adult, he wonders who ultimately green lit the AD. And at what cost? Like I. Heard a rumor that like Tim, the make of the ad been seen like in the office of the big guy and he was like all red faced and screaming and like maybe like I started to feel like if you had worked on this commercial like you're like a pariah, it started to become like a thing like you would hear people like you guys worked on random or couch. Has Tim's Korea doing I. Don't know. I don't know I would like to know. Who is Super Super Nice Guy. He would always go low baseball hat and glasses any talk luck this like real quiet kind of stone or Read of Red Cow. This is Tim. It's all over back to me now. Unfortunately. Tim's now retired, but he was in advertising for over two decades from office Max to Budweiser. Tim's worked on tons of successful campaigns but I'm calling to talk about his least successful one. I ask if he would re watch the ad with me while offering a running director's commentary and Tim says yes. He is a super super, Nice Guy. We.
"bobby i" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Let's grab a Bobby Bobby is up first today on Schmidt body welcome to the program height in order to be first well the show I just wanted to report just a kind of a different angle you know you've been asking people how they're doing driver in the camp of metro area on the road all day long every day to the point were I could did traffic was so bad I I really was seriously thinking about switching my career now since this locked down it's absolutely beautiful I know there's a lot of people are not there but from my perspective I'm still working and the drive to view the file you want to go from Saint Pete to Lakeland at four thirty no problem you'll be there in twenty five minutes it's just it's it's just unbelievably beautiful I don't everybody stayed home for the rest of the summer that that this one of them hello I hope you're being slightly facetious or all on a facetious because clearly we want things to open back up when it is safe when we can even though in a personal you might like the drive I think most people would rather have the economy and the economic machine churning again when the time is right so Bobby I'm confident that we're gonna get back close to where we were and hopefully exceeded at some point so I hope that your nice drive a short lived actually so there you have it Hey folks health and safety on top of everyone's minds right now no one has your old lawyers you know hovering around them twenty four seven and if you do that.
"bobby i" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Let's grab a Bobby Bobby is up first today on Schmidt body welcome to the program high in order to be first what the show I just wanted to report if a kind of a different angle you know you've been asking people how they're doing driver in the camp of metro area on the road all day long every day to the point where I could did traffic was so bad I I really was seriously thinking about switching my career now since this locked down it's absolutely beautiful I know there's a lot of people are not there but from my perspective I'm still working and the drive to view the file you want to go from Saint Pete to Lakeland at four thirty no problem you'll be there in twenty five minutes this is just unbelievably beautiful I hope everybody stayed home for the rest of the summer that that this hold on a minute hello I hope you're being slightly facetious or all on a facetious because clearly we want things to open back up when it is safe when we can even though in a personal you might like the drive I think most people would rather have the economy and the economic machine churning again when the time is right so Bobby I'm confident that we're gonna get back close to where we were and hopefully exceeded at some point so I hope that your nice drive a short lived actually so there you have it Hey folks health and safety on top of everyone's minds right now no one has your old lawyers you know hovering around them twenty four seven and if you do that.
"bobby i" Discussed on The Travel Wins
"You know a better education inexperience getting out there and really living it. And she didn't doing totally agree to end up just with. I know you give back quite a bit. You have the different rallies and different charities that you go back to. When did that start? And do you wish you coulda started sooner and even on a scale of course I mean. He always wished she could have done more earlier. But you know I think the timing for me. It was right in my life where you know reached financial point where where I felt more of a responsibility now to give back and and and it's one thing to give money Which everybody does and I just? I like better turn me to to to to donate money to be able to raise more money. And that's how the car rally and and the boat rally started you know it was better for me. Create an event and have been raised. Five twenty cards more money then just to give the money and And as you know those eventually become incredibly successfully brazed well in excess of twenty five million and In the face the world foundation the other big charity of the ball as well. Dan Cooper Canada You know and so as race in excess of twenty million as well so they being being great functions to be involved with and still happy to say I'm still involved in but I think that's so cute especially I mean. I think a lot of people don't don't commit to them because they have fifteen million dollars five million dollars but maybe it's just a one hundred dollars. Winning is participating. Yeah exactly what's really appreciate the time? What's the best way for people to kind of follow you and and saying touch with yours? Going on out there Well both instagram. Obviously Bobby Underscore Jenna. Vi's anger score is my Is My instagram. And of course stay. Start bobby genitals and Yeah people encouraged people to follow along. you know. I'm Dan I don't use it a lot but I'm on that as well. Do You keep your your website up up to date pretty much I do back more of what is in my immediate arena But follow my adventures. My trips and all the other things like doing its best to go to instagram. Totally agree well. Hey Bobby I truly appreciate the time. I don't know how to thank you Teenagers well hoping Pash Cross person when these days great. Have you ever come out to Los Angeles out here? I'll do that for sure. I've never played author. Thank you bobby. Appreciate the time but.
"bobby i" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Of a sermon so loved that speaking of that you have an Air Force magazine because your husband was in the Air Force Academy he served in the Air Force and they send out a magazine that is what basically well it's for Air Force Academy Alumni and it's called checkpoints and anytime it comes in the mail. My husband reads it cover to cover. And we've been getting it since as long as we've married because he graduated before we got married. It is the header of this. Tell me something. Good is what they wrote on there. Yeah so at the if you open it up again like I said he reads it cover to cover and they're a retired. Colonel named Cathy C. Mclean class of Nineteen eighty-two wrote an article called tell me something good and the first line in the article is I. Enjoy listening to the bobby bones. Show morning radio program while commuting. And then she talks about Vavi Amy lunchbox and how we put a smile on her face with our antics but then that we have tell me something good so she used it to launch into three. Tell me something goods from Air Force Alumni. And then she and she signed off. Is Our graduate community after something. Good most definitely bobby bones. Amy Lunchbox Take Heed Nice. Say we're taking he all the he'd taking it i. It was funny when my husband's showed it to me. He was part proud but park jealous. Because I think being in the air force is just a big deal to be here and he's like to know what I would give to be featured in this magazine and now my wife is in. That's awesome were shot her out to we pre. What's her name? Again Amy yes. She's retired. Colonel Cathy mclain class of eighty. Two man appreciate you for what you do in life. Appreciate you for mentioning us in that magazine. And that's why we tell me something. Good we just. We love it. We love it brings a smile to your face because it brings a smile to ours and fifty. Five after every hour is when that happens. I WANNA play some John Party. He posted a picture on his instagram story. And he put on some glasses like I wear because he wears glasses and he goes. Hey Bobby I never wear these and take my cowboy hat off but he looked just like you see the picture just like me. Yeah I agree I was. I thought he was making fun of posting a picture of me but John Party about the cowboy hat and glasses like I have looks like me so I thought that was pretty funny rough morning. Gorny where do you take someone who has been injured in a peekaboo accident or do you take someone who's been injured in a peekaboo accident the ICU warning hey? I saw this story beginning to jokes a six year. Old Kid name Kalugin mcglaughlin set up a free joke. Stand at the end of his driveway where he tells jokes to people who walk by just to lift their spirits. He says sixteen or seventeen jokes. He feels they're all pretty strong. Here's a clip of a few of his best jokes that if you walk by he'll hit you with red white and blue sad candy cane please black white and red a penguin. That's embarrassed with the parents. Favorite lighter and thinking have any bad jokes but my sister is like awful ones. There you go. He knows about as many as you do sixteen or seventeen. We've done this for about two years. We've heard about sixteen or seventeen. What are you GONNA say? Is cuter coming from him. I agree with that. Not you're not but one of the big stories yesterday and Country Music was that the ACM's are going to be in Nashville for the first time ever and I think if you were just hearing that on the surface or if you're not super inside that doesn't mean anything to you because who most people don't know the difference when the ACM's and the CMA's honestly. I think I do because I'm on boards and I present on these shows but for the most part people like wait. It hasn't always been in Nashville. It hasn't so the Siyam as which happened in November are always in Nashville the. Acm's are usually in Las Vegas and that office is in California so because of what happened this year. They weren't able to have it. They moved September and now for the first time. It's going to be in Nashville so I don't know that that's a big story too. Many folks except real industry people but the real cool story is is that it's going to be in three different places this year. They're going to do the show and I'm not sure how they're going to pull it off yet. But in September they're going to do the show at the Opera House where they have the Grand Ole opry at the Reimann Auditorium which is a music venue that used to house the opry way back in the day and still does occasionally and the Bluebird cafe which is a small place where riders go and play so that is the real headline here not that it moved to Nashville. Because I don't think most people know the difference. I wouldn't if I wasn't super involved in in the weeds but they're gonNA do the show from three different places which I think is pretty cool. Well Yeah Well. You know the difference between each venue because you've played all three. So what is the cool factor of them bouncing to each location? Like what do you think could be special about it? Being played there. I wonder if the opera houses can actually have some of the Grand Ole opry stuff. Now I've played the opry show performed at the grand elaborate probably fourteen times or so and why that's awesome is because it's the Grand Ole opry. Its longest running show. The radio show has been around forever. We're still doing the operate on Saturday nights and I'm hosting it and helping produce the TV version of that so that's cool because it's his nostalgia from the Grand Opera and that one will be at theatre about four thousand people okay. The Reimann is a music venue which was built in eighteen hundreds and it's been around forever It's worth the opera actually started before moved and that is really cool because of the history that the venue holds. I usually play a show a year there. it's an pews old pews and then the bluebird is tiny tiny. It's the smallest of the mall. You can fit about sixty people in there and when you play in there you're it's very vulnerable because people are sitting right on top of you and I'm I'm betting on the show they're gonNA have people sitting around playing their Song Super Acoustic. Because that's been you of all of them. I like plan the operate the best because of the history there the rhyme and is probably the most fun because I play like hour long shows and the Bluebird is man. It's it's the hardest to play oddly. But it'll be interesting September back hopefully. That's the goal indulge me for a second and tell you the story came. You can't so what I do get on this Peleton bike and I don't enjoy it. I don't enjoy exercise but I try to exercise almost every day but I get on this bike and it is for thirty minutes awful because I don't let up. I just get on and go as hard as I can for thirty minutes and I'm going pretty good stretch before and some rock in it and I'm on pace to beat my personal record of has almost two years and I can feel that I'm on pace to be my personal record so I'm like okay. Let me just right so I get down to the last minute and I'm like time to turn IT I. I've already been just rocking and I'm out of breath. My legs are hurting but I can. I can take it. I'm trying to get like four seventy five for thirty minutes and so I finally hit over my pace and I'm like just keep up. Got Fifteen seconds left and then I go now. Newnan to not in my leg and my stomach and I'm grinding so hard on these. I'm just going standing up going as hard as I can. I think goes and I don't think anything of it and I'm exhausted. I'm sweating all over everything and I get off and you have to bike and a dry off and a walk over to the bathroom. I'm like I might as well and I started peeing blood y. Yeah so I'm peeing blood and I'm like Oh my goodness am I dying and then I think back. I think I heard something. Click as I was pedaling really hard. So there's blood everywhere because once started to see blood Kamata kind of reacted we're jerked so there's blood all over the toilet. I never had before. So I'm like holy crap so I cleaned it up and I don't know if I should tell Caitlyn and I can I know she's GonNa Freak Out I have a doctor's email so I'm like oh great. What do I do so I- Google it what happened. What's it mean when you don't do that by the way because it's going to give you the pyramid of the worst things I and so I'm like oh great more nervous and like let me just be again? If there's no blood this time it's probably just disarm fluke like blood flew p again later more blood so I had my doctor up and goes what explain what happened. Now's GonNa bike and he goes. Oh he goes yeah. That's not good. He said but you have a he. Matura he materia he materia something like that and I was like what does that he goes well. It's trauma inside your body and it happens to marathon runners when they run too hard and don't take breaks and it's like how can you been riding this bike? I was like Oh over last thirty days. And they got done twenty eight days on in two days off and he goes hardest every time he goes. Okay well you hurt yourself. You've injured your Oregon's because my guy when you get on you go to hard. He goes do you ever just take breaks and don't take. There's no breaks when I decided to do something I go. It goes wild and you probably shouldn't do that. He goes. You need to give yourself forty eight hours of doing nothing. And then if you're still bleeding then we have a bigger issue like you have some serious damage in there. And so that's what I have and I was so proud of myself that I injured myself from work and like I was working hard. I was working so hard. I entered an organ. How about that baby? Come on. Yeah I didn't even know that that was possible. In cases where there is no trauma exercise induced he mature usually resolves within around seventy two hours. After the athletic event knows I love athletic. Event was just you and your room trying to break a record by yourself. Yeah listen I compete. Even if it's myself and I did I one that's right. I may have injured all my organs. But you know who won me beat me? Well either way pinball. Yesterday it was crazy to see my two of my biggest injuries when I was training to do a triathlon. That's when I got my him Royd. Remember that Yeah. There were like Yeah you're bleeding out of your butt and I was like. Oh No dying or have you been running a lot of the training for a tribal and they go okay. Well this is what happens to runners whenever they trained too much. So I've been put on probation. Kahlon won't let me get on. The bikes took one of the pedals. Off So yeah she didn't. Yeah yeah there's because she knows all get on it when she goes to work. I'll get on the bike. That's hilarious. Okay well man. That's that's not right. Thought you were going whenever you said you heard pop. I thought your you hurt your but again. Oh Yeah I did hear my head a anal. What's it called tear you? Yeah it was a I I'm sure there's a fancier name for that like I played high school. Football and played apply did a lot of stuff. I never got injured but me riding a bike or like taking a jog is how I get hurt. That was my day yesterday though. Oh okay well so we have to monitor it. You have what another day to make. Sure you're good. Yeah and Caitlyn. Oh so worried. She was googling stuff all night and I was like He. Don't worry I've no no blood him opinion. Okay well I'M GONNA I'm GonNa need to see because I did. I wanted to worry. There's still a little but now I think she wants to paycheck me. Yeah you bobby you need to stay on it. I feel like this one of those weird things where people want to buy my no but you know.
"bobby i" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Definitely. I'm here. I hear that you're mad at US. Bobby. Is that true while you manage bad but just because of the fact that like the other day manager goes. Are you interested in doing the sklar brothers and I was like? Why don't you fucking call me directly all right so I'm gonNA remember a time like two years ago when I texted you and I said hey bobby I'm doing a benefit for my kid's school and it's right up the street from the comedy store and you can probably pop back down to the store and do it and then I never heard from you again? That's not so I never did it. You never did it and you did it. And you were a great ruin credible showed up. He didn't even respond to my tax. And you just knew where it was. No but we just wanted you to do it. We told OUR PEOPLE TO GO OUT TO PEOPLE WHEREVER THEY WANT. And then they said. Oh you know. Bobby's just go directly to him and we did and he responded right away. And that's why we're GONNA tell you why. I responded right away because it was us because the thing is is that I'm in I'm in therapy now are right now. Currently yeah yeah and a part of the one of the things is isolated. I don't call people back up like call my mom back even mom. Daddy Daddy Daddy. I wouldn't call it. That's what am I. It is your mom. She's four. He's only three things to reconnect to people. Get back to them right away. Yes for me. It's like I'm trying to like you know when people call text right away and be present and be mindful about people's feelings and all that stuff. So you know from now Juan detached me I will. I will do as soon as I can. And I WANNA be I'd reach out and I'm I'm also reach out and just say hi. I'm going to do that. I'm going to call you and just be like how are you doing? How are you handling things? I'm just going to squire brothers Randy. You're my favorite that way. Thank you Well Bobby you're not your documentary. You it was a documentary.
"bobby i" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Bobby Valentine invented. It invented the wrap the delicious. Wrap the ingenious rap. He was also a manager colorful manager and we are always happy to have him on the show. I'm actually curious Bobby Valentine with US. And thank you as always bobby for joining us. Bobby I I was curious how you received all this stuff with the Astros. I WANNA get into the PR of it with you. And how they handle yesterday. But I'd like to go back I to sort of how you receive the information of this widespread cheating. Well how I received it. I have no idea like everyone else did. You know I I look at it and say come on now You know what's the real story and it? I think everyone's been a really tough situation right now and I guess it will pass but it's GonNa take a while so it all pass how brazen do you think it is though like how from from your experiences in baseball. How craziest story is it or is it overblown? Well you know My father-in-law's row Franken that the telescope. That stole the signs of nineteen fifty. One is legendary. They don't relate the signs of the catcher to the dugout and the hitters got the signs Back then this is two thousand and twenty so I doubt that it was the first time since nineteen fifty. One that this this happened I also doubt really doubt that. They were catchers around the league and empires around leaks. That didn't hear some stupid trash can bagging. I mean I'm just not going for that only because I was in a dugout for about forty years and and if guys sneezed in the other dugout I would hear it in. They sneeze twice. I would think it was vicious so You know whatever the real story is. It's the real story and if it's going to stop the only way to stop it is to let everyone know that there's some it out there that is gonNA prevent it for Ceiling signs because it's a new era. We're in bobby knowing what's coming. How much of advantages for hitters? Well you know the first thing that all humanoids do they stand at the plate. Is they see that. Bad Guy. Propelling the ball in their direction and they have to decide if they're going to duck if they could swing well if they know that the ball for sure is not a fastball. And it's a lot of life or death situation. Then the the discerning is a lot easier to recognize what pitch it is so. I think it's I think there's a great deal of Advantage when you know what's coming. We have a lot of arguments around here about a lot of different things. Where is Bobby Valentine standing or in this case I guess sitting on the issue of reclining seats in airplane coach? Where is it that you would side? Because a lot of people are two types of people in the world people who do this and don't mind doing it and people who complain about this and get very angry about it. Where does Bobby Valentines you know? I'm lucky enough of my old age that I have really rich friends and ready to get on a plane right. Now go down and college facebook Florida's I don't really get it to that guy really so you don't have to worry about it so you don't have an opinion of any sort not even first class. You're saying I fly private. Get outta here. I don't have any issues with reclining seats anywhere. I don't even have issues with my buddies taking off the shoes being They're paying for the plane. Okay yeah that's so. He flies private all now Chris. What happened cynical. Chris Cody back this guy. Living the life connection point for what he's saying he doesn't have a connection point with with what you're saying either. It's been so long since bobby the flow of flu coach commercially. Bobby I gotTa tell you. We're all paying for the plane. You take your shoes off. I'm GonNa Punch you in the face. I mean that's the deal. I got you Bobby Valentine with us. I did not know this. I did not know that you knew Patrick mahomes before he was Patrick. Mahomes Wow I knew. Padma homes who is a spectacular picture on my team You know and hitter and athletes and team all that stuff and young Patrick Kong around for awhile. Allah shakes the balls in the outfield. I wish at that time I knew that he was gonna be my favorite football player of all time. I probably would have got his autograph but Yeah he young Patrick. was was a dapper little guy that Grace dirt or Dugout in our in our outfield at times with his presence and His Dad was was a wonderful wonderful person to to wear the same uniform as Bobby Valentine ever seen a ufo. See what a UFO. I have never seen a USO. Did Seventeen days through the Grand Canyon and Dory. Boats slept out. Every night. I saw some things have had to be Aleppo's but everyone just only communication satellites. I tell me more about this trip. I WanNa hear him five. Fourteen days outdoors. You Really WanNa do it. Seventeen days you write all that you can't out every night you know you have the Latrine that Kinda passes around you. You get the place in the the place with the best view So when anyone sitting there contemplating how the day was they see the glorious view of the Canyon while they're doing it as Bobby Valentine ever had an interaction with a ghost. Go hasn't Billingham. My Ghost. Ghost goes yeah. Oh I thought we were getting into coats and animals okay. 'cause there were a lot of mountain lions anyway No ghost I don't Don't hang out in the same place. How `bout goats. What's the story? There Noah for the billy goats you know and they biggie. Bighorn rams are in the canyon. What does love me and this is a more complicated question here. What is Love Maine to Bobby? Valentine always like when you guys get deep you get deep I learnt means. Don't have to say you're sorry but you didn't go you. That's not my experience once.
"bobby i" Discussed on Radiolab
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"bobby i" Discussed on Radiolab
"Hundred twenty people sing the colors of the rainbow. Yeah and it was a funny thing as a funny thing to be standing up there in this beautiful church conducting all these people as they're singing and think I think all of this began with some weird moment in a studio Robert. Ask a question like your questions so often lead to the weirdest stuff. Well that's nice though right like it's like it's nice that we can. We can get loose enough to go with someone maybe has never gone before or at least we haven't gone before. Yeah I think that's really One of the things I'm going to miss is that the I mean listening to that guy who was the a five dollar bill that was a that was me sort of delivering my idea of what a you know. A twenty nine thousand nine hundred eighty nine detective Bill marlow story would be like but I kind of worked out in my head as I as I did with US I. I never knew what was going to happen happen. Really wasn't improvisation. That's what I'm GonNa Miss. Actually it's the. Yeah it's like that thing of I still can't after eighteen years. Predict what you're going to say north or what you're going to find interesting you know. Well sometimes it can insist that it's interesting you will not like snail sexist been the has been for so many years. It's it's it's wrong and and I don't know why there's something wrong with you that you don't feel that that so worth investigating. Maybe that should have been. The less developed story should have been sale sex there. I duNno without okay. We'll give me your best pitch. What is so damn interesting about snail sex every think oh? These are two ardent ardent loving loving animals. The sex is slow because they're Mafra nights so they are both male and female now. This is hard for us to understand but imagine if you were both the the male and the female and a tryst with a animal that was also a meal and a female so part of your boy part once part of their go part part of your girl part wants to avoid part of their. Oh boy part and all of this takes a lot of thinking. It's also like like who. Who's I'm going to hug you here? Do I want to hug. Don't want to be hugged down there. I am this is like in the same individual because snails are both male and female at the same time. So that's hard and then the fact that you're doing it under the sun under the sky and what was in all the trees above them the the animals that want to eat them because they have no way to protect them after leave their shells to have sex. So you're closed. You're slow it's danger. It's confusing and you do it anyway. That sounds like almost all species. It's it's especially I think when sex wanted the poster child for from the Animal Kingdom like would we're good when sex is as good as as it gets. Who knows it snails do there you did it you did it okay? So where are we going with this. I don't no no one hundred the next okay. Next category best laugh laugh. Yeah this this is. I mean we're going to give bobby for having the best laugh of all. The humans there was a there was a lot of things to laugh about. That's for sure here so I believe our announcer David. Gable has the nominees for this category the nominees for best laugh snort. Hardy left I laugh. Yuks the last with insight. I chuckled strange shorter. Natural the social laugh sent whisper laugh uncontrollable laugh while reading and coffee heart. Take download the future hard. Hi I'm the future at heart. I was supported by talk. You presenting to you. The future hit hard in Washington New York City More says so little so badly but we will try again trying to get mice over here. Hi I'm Robert Krulwich. Radio lab is supported by target presenting It's that in your system. Have trouble reading copy of God so that last one was our winner. But but do you know something about the laughs So like back in the early days of the show so much of the show was being put together in the got it. And what what we'd end up having is like chunk of robert-jan Conversation Chunk of Chad Conversation Chunk of Robert jet conversation. There'd be these big gaps between them and we would need to replace with other conversations and so I would scratch in the connecting tissue which occasionally like would would mean having to say something that you would that you would chuckle too a react to so what we did at a certain point is we. We went through a bunch of interviews comb through plucked out a bunch of your reactions and laughs and various these things and put all of them into a folder. So I've had this folder of your laughs for about ten years. Yeah and I have a full of your left. They have folder of affirmative reactions negative reactions if yeses knows Oh my God. I have a whole folder of those but I would take your laughs like when I was editing really late at night and I was really stuck in I was very disheartened as one gets at one. AM when you're trying to make it work and it's just not working and I would just I would put all your laughs tunes and I've just played back to back and it would cheer me up really. Yeah I would. It would cheer me up and it would make it would remind me that we are making a conversation because sometimes you forget at that. When you're editing you you start to make very nice to know so? A Denver is very very important therapeutic laughing folder. Yeah so I think what we're GONNA do We don't have a ton left to do but I think we're going to do is take a quick break and then come back back and finish the awards with a bang okay.
"bobby i" Discussed on Radiolab
"Came into the room. I smell trouble this Damon a nose like a toothpick on a face like and she was tough. She was smart and she had a problem. I could tell I'm a private I. I told her I had nothing time lady. I got nothing but time she took out a five five dollar. Bill laid it on my desktop. Smooth it out real flat and then she spoke. He's he has a five dollar. Bill could see it was and I said so lady I can see that she took a long drag on her silver in. I got a whiff of Chanel. Look check. She called me chuck though. My name isn't chuck but I like that. A woman chat. I like privacy. Yeah I got an unpublished Bush number. Yeah I got an unpublished address. Yeah I got blanked plates from my Bentley Sue. What's going on this is what those lark could? You sounded like to me like okay so only one discover three quarters of the way through through this. The the whole piece is about some mysterious secret message in a judge in the Bush yes some non tobacco sometime dollar ninety two yes. There was numbers written on the Bush. Yes at the Lincoln Memorial. There was a theory that the artists you know. The bureau of engraving hires humans artist artists to design it and so I was tipped or must've read in the collector's magazine. Who knows that that the five dollar bill contained a secret number and all I had to do is look for for it and when I was shown where it was I couldn't not see it? It was always there. So that's a perfect radio story. You get make everybody listening. You take their five dollar bill and see thing they will see because I saw it but it wasn't actually a number on the back of I'm guessing you choose. No you use one piece in a in a five and a half minute story you use one six second bit of tape of some actual person who is looking at the at the five dollar bill not seeing the number or not seeing not seeing the number he sees a different set of numbers in UC argue. About what numbers are there which leads me to it. Wasn't it wasn't wasn't as obvious as I remember. Now that it was maybe a disadvantage. 'CAUSE that was like forty thirty five years ago but But what's amazing about this is that it's it's so entire like the whole point of it seems to be for you. All those doesn't sleep see also. It was a chance I guess for me to make a film noir like of my own I could just make one for myself. I just think that's amazing that you're you're You Go. I don't even know what the story is about until three quarters of the way through. But I'm still riveted. Yeah well I think it's a little magical to me when you listen to. NPR these days to Remember that would national public radio started. It a wasn't much listen to wasn't highly esteemed that's very important and we didn't have any money Those three things put together. I may have ninety minute show to do every single day and there were things that we used to do on. All things considered that you know. I don't think would I think they would make people's people poop in their pants if they heard from now the next category best improvisation position because one donald things are I one of the things that I will always see. I always have such a cliche. I think we would do. We could do the best blooper real of any show in history of media but mostly when you get on when you catch a win on some thing like Dan. Dan Dan delory order now. Dan Dan Dailey. What is it done? Dorrell the Danny or something there was I feel so relieved that you have to endure some release those tickets. Maybe you're like terenure. You know when you here too many consonants though you just can't get them out of your head and just repeat them in poor jealous listens to them in the studio over and over again better yet we went there. They're immortalized fantasia. Save some of them. So I think that the One of the nominees is a constant pile up battle between Bethel talk with Bethlehem Beauty Libido Birds Baobab throat clearing singing. He because he bothered certain they have their own company needed to do that. Was the line China family business. Will the winner in this category I believe is a slinky credits slinky round. It's very thanks. Big thanks to Steve Stroke outs professor of mathematics at University of Colorado. which is not really where he is teaching? 'cause it's called Cornell but it's So see Colleges Connecticut Kid and Connecticut College Community Community of Kansas. which is to see the see kind of Kansas? Those are all the colleges we'd like to think of as the big C C is for cookie. Okay that's good enough for me. I'm Robert Koehler. Big As the Steve Jobs. That's who is a professor fester of mathematics at Cornell University. His new book is called the big x joy of the joy of X.. which is like the joy of sex? But it's missing using the S. and the and the fun and the sex and the sex but you get the last letter which which is of course the only thing that really matters many copulating couples said at the end just before the cigarette. I really like expert. I think we all agree with that. That's right so so. Let's the joy of joys bax big. Thanks to Steve Stroke who is a professor of mathematics at Cornell University in New York and he is the author of a new book called the joy a of x and to the slinky company manufacturers of fine coiled objects worldwide. Here Don. Everyone local target stores. That you weird. Yeah good so. That was the winner in the category of the best. Improvisation okay so in the next category this one is I think a little bit more pertinent to the spirit of the show. Best last question to to set this one up. You've heard me say this before one of the most kind of amazing mazing qualities of working with you is that you always consistently ask a question that I would never think to ask but then suddenly you must know the answer to and in this case it was one of these things that you threw out in the middle of an interview and it became the basis for the best loved moment in our most downloaded show of all time. Oh this is the shrimp the shrimp so we were. We were talking to this scientists asking him all these questions about how we perceive color. And how color is sort of outside of us and yet we only make sense of internally and in the middle of this interview just tossed out A to. Here's a question. If a dog and the human and a crow were to be staring wearing a rainbow. Would they be seeing very different. Things knows it. Yeah I remember that I was just like I remember the there. Was that when you ask that question. All of a sudden.
"bobby i" Discussed on Radiolab
"The First Category Best Free Radio Radio Labs story receives. Okay here. I have a little bit of as a presenter. There's so many stories stories Upstairs one could nominate for a body the the judges have Who are the judges again? Rachel cutic- has chosen in in. She was the judge in the free radio APP. Cameras Acoustic Bobby okay. So review ever wondered where the word Turkey comes from. Sure you there are many Turkey stories to choose from. Apparently we asked Robert Krulwich to find out. And here's his report. Well like a lot of things in this world. The Turkey got its name entirely by mistake. Oh I did a lot thanksgiving ones. Yes Turkey Turkey. Turkey thinks that the Turkey has suffered enough what you want to hear the end of the mystery of the Turkey story. We're running out of time Robert. Well let me just maybe just finished my mystery okay. You've always been big on on the anniversary story so you know why because the holiday season in commercial television now even on NPR gives gives you a chance to do anything you like inside the category. No I know I remember. You did a a just a whole slew of stories around Mother's Day yes look their family and you would. I remember when in the early part of our of our the radio when you just coming on for the you'd always be like. Oh we could do it for mother's Day I don't we don't do that. Don't do that. We don't do the those. Anniversaries are the days. When when you're allowed to put any when you put not newsy things onto to the news like the news? People say what just happened. What just happened? What just happening? On Mother's Day they go mommy. So that's an always category and then you get to do always now I know see see. That's that's that's why those things are useful well so the winner of best pre radio lab story has nothing to do. With Mother's Day or with Turkey's it is in fact a story from nineteen eighteen seventy seven. NPR's Robert Crew. It saw some strange markings on the back of a five dollar bill and he investigated that. We're calling five dollar bill..
"bobby i" Discussed on Radiolab
"In my old age on the Atlantic City Boardwalk. That's the that's what I prefer to think of it as but viewed another way it's A person who never much left his his own circle of joy in the stadium site himself and flattered himself rate down to death. That's less of a good advertisement for oneself or this might be just you know. Some of deep learning disability taking notes notes from any scrutiny of New New York City. It's the forty fifth annual Bobby Award with your host. The judge jury and Sir Robert Bought we. Have you ever done anything yourself where you quietly think. It should win bobby lobby no are does that. Violate the very rules of the Bobby's well. It also goes to something that I just feel like I. I've been really lucky to a degree that I can't really can't quite understand. I've had a chance to go into one place after another some of them quite straight places. ABC News and Frontline places like that and I pushed it so that I could do what I like to do. which is to explore sometimes from a not particularly sophisticated place? What I'm looking at and it's fact it's sort of always been a sense sense that I've had that I must have been A little bit slower than everybody else and I felt that way and I thought well maybe what I could do is I could take that slowness and turn it into an advantage because for many subjects depending on who you are it could be ice. Hockey could be economics or it could be irregular verbs in French or whatever most people know nothing at all so if you WanNa talk about irregular verbs you might have to say. Here's what a verb is. And why why would you use the word irregular. What is irregular verb an ordinary question? And I've always done that but it's never seemed to me to be champagne of work. It just seems to me to be the my my daily business that being said Robert What we've decided to do as a staff is that we're going to honor you my friend with some bobby's piece. Of course it is not within our. We can't do the book and the committee were not to go home. We're going to do hyphenate. BOBBY'S WE'RE GONNA do a Johnny Bobby's Joe. Bob's all sorts of staff. Bobby's these are these are bobby's where the where these are awards. Bobby's given to you throughout your career moments throughout your your tenure with radio. I don't know if this entirely I think this is i. I think it's going to it's going to be. I mean look. We spent seventeen years together. Yes we have had say at least a decade of it separated by this Alexa glass. Yes and there. We've we've created a lot of radio moments and so we're going to honor some of them with bodies who The inaugural Bobby Jedi Bobby Steph. Bobby's awards show with your host and presenter Jed.
"bobby i" Discussed on Radiolab
"New K.. It would also I was thinking about what we're well into the twenty first century. I think of myself as the twentieth century boy. I'm nineteen something. Something nineteen this nineteen. I'm fifty six hundred so to be twenty twenty. That's like well into the next one. Oh you into the twenty first. Yeah Right Okay Oh and you think of yourself as the twentieth yes I feel a little like deep keeping a foreign land called the future Robert. You're a man for all seasons. I don't but the question. Hey jaboomer on. This is radio lab so as we said at the beginning of the last episode here at the end of the month Robert will be retiring from the show. This is something that he and I have been talking about for awhile. Something we've been talking talking about with the staff for Awhile and for the last few months we've been trying to figure out As a team like how do we send him off with the right way to say goodbye and and we decided let's interview him the way he and I have interviewed thousands of people over these last seventeen years working together so I made list questions. We've written them down on your phone. I have prepared for this conversation as I would any other. I suppose that's very professionally. All these different questions about the places he likes likes to go In the city of this series of questions about Robert in dating APPs which. I'm not going to explain. But it was actually the first first question I had written down. That ended up taking us down some unexpected paths. So let me just ask you what they are. The bobby's the mob is a little bit of a cork. I decided sited at some point. We'll your name is Robert. That's right. We serve bobby that I would create an award like the Oscars which I would name after myself. Called the Bobby's obese. One was the first bobby I think it was in the early Seventies. And I was thinking of awarding things that I am the rule about the bobby's where I would have have a audience experience. I am the audience and I would then award the person who created that Experience Abi and the difference between me on the Oscars and some of the Lesser Surro- was is that I would award the creator of whenever he or she did. The act of creation was not important. It was when I consumed it so you could have a a bobby in which Judy Garland for playing a role she played in nineteen thirty. Nine would be up against somebody who played a a a movie. That was two weeks old to chow thick skin. Bobby Well Charles. Dickens would always get this caused all kinds of problems were soon as he would walk into the room with the book and all the other officer said well. I don't see why we even have to write books anymore so I would then. My wife decided that I had because I always had a very very weak Memory System. I found myself awarding things that mostly I had consumed in very end of October early. November was thanksgiving. Yeah because anything that I had seen in January February or the previous December so she's decided to give me a bobby book. Oh you brought the Bobby's book I did producers Bellhop Day and match healty had Bobby Kay bring in his bobby book. It's a black book with a red binding. It has ingold a picture of the Bobby Statue. which is Bobby With to all the winners written in it so it starts in nineteen seventy seven this this ripped pages because one of the consultants. My wife got so angry at me for not letting her be part of the deciding group that she ripped in a temper tantrum the page out which. Why didn't you let her be part of the process of Bobby Bobby and others books that so that this here is just anger frozen in time and place here? Seventy seven seems to have only winners. That doesn't seem any DESTIN's lives of a cell by Lewis. It was Thomas One book of the year still crazy after all these years by Paul. Simon Ron Song of the year friendly fire from the New Yorker by CD Bryant won best magazine Article All of the year Somebody named Hi Glen would climbing Swiss Mountain in the New Yorker won best short story of the year. And Annie Hall Woody Woody Allen Movie of the year for colored girls who considered suicide when the rainbow is not enough one. The play of the year the Ritzy Forte Award was not awarded that year Ricci Forte is the name of the Special Award for the best cartoon of the year no winners that year. Nineteen seventy seven and then nineteen in nineteen ninety years past and I would put in the winners play of the year six degrees of separation by John to all the different categories nineteen seventy-nine best this book of the year the press by a j league performance by an actress Fernanda Montenegro. Two Thousand Five A. You're a big fan of notebook. I was I cried during the notebook and I would announce them sometimes too winners themselves which was always a little bit of mixed sort of thing and then in my mind. Of course there's a red carpet and it's flush and there's there's a tremendous Paparazzi. Knew it can ask you a question via. So when you're awarding bobby's was it always to esteemed people. Was it it to the threat or could it be to just Joe. Who makes a really good could be to jog? Verdi's requiem as sung at Andy Closures Britain. This is my first cousin when he turned sixty. We rented a chorus and sang the bass part in Verdi's requiem. There wasn't the things like there's some things I give A special tribute for like kind of lifetime achievement. Award kind of thing various architects and cartoonists. And also these moments bobby there are moments in my life that year where I had a feeling of just glory or just joy or can you. Yeah let's see two two thousand in Times Square who Redwood forest that's with my wife what else is use either one says At my mother's bed April two thousand when she died. Why was that a moment for you to be like watching Jeopardy and I hired a person to take care of her that night and I walked about seven blocks and I got a phone call as she was doing really well in jeopardy and the lady who had never met my mother. I think your mother just died so I ran back and she was dead and You know that that was completely shocking. When she was sick but and she said she was kept saying? I'M GONNA die but She was into that sort of thing from at least and so there she wants she was dead. Ed and I sat on the bed looking at a wounded. Still warm and it was my mother. You know that that was a moment. The moments don't have to be like always pleasant. They can just be searing or things that you never will forget that moments before she passed away she was answering jeopardy questions correctly. That's a really great way to go shoes jeopardy nick but I don't know if I got older it gets really bit. Surreal as as it got into the into the more recent years. It gets alarming because the book DOC begins to run out of pages getting down to the last thirteen pages the same book from seventy seventy. Yeah when it gets to eighteen. The book stops like they were out of pages ages so I said to my daughter looked Nora if the bobby book ends in two thousand eighteen. Isn't it follow. Perhaps it's the night today the your father will end in two thousand eighteen so she ran to the deepest Brooklyn and found a book binder. And said could you like double all the Bobby Book and we bind it so my father could live longer so my father could live longer so now look at this. This is this is means that you're going to have to deal with me All these years you didn't add even more pages. It covers about twenty five. You might be yeah twenty by by then I'll be like ninety something so I'm I'm a twenty forty seven. I'll be one hundred so I don't think I wanna go that far so this looks just about about right actually and then have the feeling. They're happy unless I get run over by truck of like you know pretty much being a life well-lived or rather well consumed hume with all of these rewards compressing like your whole adult years until like a tiny book which makes it feel a lot shorter order and smaller than it actually was like. There's I mean that's an interesting subject to me. Like there is a fellow who invented a thing. Mathematics is heels in New Jersey at Princeton instant and he loves to just measure himself so he'll send me the number of times. He touched the letter t during the month of May on his computer. What what or the amount of hours? He slept the amount of hours of the eighth amount of hours that he showered the amount of hours that he I was on the telephone for the whole year. You know worked out and then sends me all these bar graphs and stuff but the different people you know Different people reflect differently about themselves and you know for a person who's very mathematical like this guy. It make sense to him a deep sense that he can be expressed in data points. And I don't know he feels them the way I guess a great eight mathematician loves pattern. Feel so he sees the pattern of himself in my case. This is called When I enjoyed myself extravagantly whether it was reading or going to see something or having experience or well I felt the intensity of being alive? That's a different kind kind of measure and someone else. Would you know. Write a memoir or letter to their grandchildren. Coldwell I remember when your Grandpa so there's thousands of ways to do this us and to some degree this is not most flattering. My particular form of compression. Either it's self. Help book to keep me. You know comfortable.
"bobby i" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
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"bobby i" Discussed on Well This Sucks
"Little bit. And I got special guest who Bobby Solano. Aka Bobby salads, AVI Salazar's in the house. Official pizza. Bobby one of two Bob's to this is the human Bob. This is human gun. We talk. Collect all him on. If you got a Bob sent him to me, I think you're maxed out at two Bob's. I do. I am. It'd be to use any. Yeah, Bob. So who is Bob? Is this Bob human that we invited to come on the show? Hi, Robbie is you guys know each other? Yeah, in the biblical sense. Yeah. Well sense. Yeah, offend all of those ways. Definitely. Grows, you bobby's Bobby cells on, oh, he's my husband. He was before. He was my husband. He was my boyfriend before he was my boyfriend. He was my friend before that he wasn't acquaintance before that we had worked together once before that he was a stranger. Then. Forty nine each other. No, you listed. Weren't even on the radar. You only have one Bob. My life's missing something. What could it be? Either one of these things I need to sim, Bob, symmetry to Bob's. I have to any to bub. I was about to say one for each boob and then I went now. I didn't mean it was just a area, but now we can change that definitely still still picturing it so weird for me to have Bobby as a guest. 'cause I don't know what to do, and I was looking, we generally send out questions for our guests. It's funny to read over the questions that Heather created for her husband that she's may or may not be very close to. All the things, Heather doesn't know switch wants to be unwrapping Bobby. Do you love me. But you gotta. For a friend how much you, Heather. Yeah, let's start with that. How much do you let him out? That's good right answer. Do you think more than that, maybe. Depends spend the day. She's eating here. Pete's your next rain. Nectarines. To get your coffee. So before we began this recording, Bob had all these snacks, and then I kept picking at them. I said, what's this? Is yours? And then I'd eat a bite, drink a sip..
"bobby i" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"You let's go to bobby in lebron's bobby i got a question for you yes mr page i know you're a yankee fan are you is it over is it done is it time to panic no of course i just want to fan to convince because everybody seems to be panicking now well you know what i'll tell you this mr page and and there are a lot of calls that are against aaron boom let me tell you something arab is calm collected guy just like alex cora is in boston boss defense complaining about out of cora right now they're there's they're almost forty games over five hundred well the fact is the yankees team is almost thirty i mean the yankee fans should be blessed that they have the record that behalf now here's my question don't miss the pain do you have faith that sunny great is actually going to beat the baltimore orioles tonight no i think the yankees can win the game but i don't think he's i think he's going to i don't expect much out of them to be honest with you and and this is this is a defining moment for him he needs seven innings of like one or two runs or something like that he needs something he can't he can't go four innings and six runs he can then you gotta look at seth to take a spot yeah i think it would take a mojo think christopher's cross rabbit's foot sunny great can make it out of the first inning i'll be honest with you but i think you'll make it out of the first inning and then after that i got no i don't know i don't know i have some i have a little beef with you regarding you saying that the yankees music wow you know and i know that the wool palms would rather sell their soul them to engage talks with similar guard and the ground to the yankees you know that so there is no way syndergaard and grandma coming to the yankees i just said the graham that's who they need there's no way mr page there's no way i mean even if you gave him some really good prospects that they could control don't cost a lot of money like i said the wilpon would never do that because god forbid if the ground does well the yankees they'll never live it down but one thing before i call mr pain here's my question do you see the yankees okay because they got the cleveland indians coming up who are very good team yep god forbid if there at least five or six games under the direct talks and is my question because my beef with brian cashman is never acquiring frontline starting pitching do you see him not get you see him possibly getting a break from the tampa bay rays if the yankees are down at least five or six games behind the red sox and thank you for taking my call but see the same problem could i see them i see i can see the yankees getting a lot of frontline pictures but it's going to cost them their their their prospects because you hear you hear cashman saying you know i'm not giving up torres of not giving up and do har i'm not giving up flory i mean does it south says he's put names on the table that you can't have and if you're the possessor of a picture that the yankees wants to i'm sorry that we want those guys we don't know snell they don't have to move snell do i think the cynical i mean the grandmas who they need to i think they'll get him no but if you you got to offer you can't say well we'll give you frazier and chance atoms and you know and like no no i wanted to do heart we can't have undue heart well then who else can we are you gonna go you know you can have anybody except these four guys i said well i want one of those four guys maybe sweeten the pot maybe you come up with some kind of compromise but if i'm the mets senator you want to guam i want these two guys plus this guy and he we can have this guy but you can't have used to guys okay thank you and then you see what the dodgers are offered you see what you know maybe you know it may not was offering maybe some other team is going to offer them more prospects than the yankees would maybe they're going to offer the yankees offered the.
"bobby i" Discussed on We Paid To See This
"Did you see a band i did who were they name soccer mommy the band is code sammy yeah it could be the girl to was this with bobby i went with my buddy bobby shit at bobby bobby bobby great bobby really likes you bobby got really good head he's beards back to he acts shaved it on i say this non creepy way but he's a very handsome gentleman i will people need to tell him that more are you kidding me they do i don't i think bobby needs to know because we were both neurotic and we both like we both neurotic and we both like women that hate us masochists you are damn look and felt like i had to coat like talk to a girl like i've never had to do that but he has an amazing bid utilize and fantastic skin tone not only this brand new puppy ladies what kind of puppy it's half doberman half german shepherd it's a goba ship it it's very oh she's adorable what's the name layla takami on bundy's cleaning up dog peo yeah snacks he lives in san diego and you guys went to see snickerdoodles the band soccer did you howl sunday are beautiful yeah as frickin weather's amazing did you go to any noise baas or restaurants i got some tacos we will with the only i read i drank it like a craft place when he's at work monday so i kind of roamed around myself i went to north park and looked at some record stores and just wandered around some tacos i had like four different coffees at did the coffee tour san diego i did some reading and writing done it was a good day to some location photos because you written a script that might be shot in place in a bar he's like trying to get photos to our buddy andrew was dealing stank face.