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Kansas undersheriff faces trial in fatal beanbag shooting

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

Kansas undersheriff faces trial in fatal beanbag shooting

"Jury selection begins today in the case of the Kansas under sheriff charged with fatally shooting an unarmed man with a round of homemade bean bags out of his personal shotgun The case against Virgil brewer is likely to focus on whether his lack of knowledge and training with homemade beanbags which are considered less lethal than bullets amounts to reckless and voluntary manslaughter The deadly encounter with Stephen Myers took place in 2017 in sun city Kansas when brewer along with the sheriff and a deputy responded to a call about a man holding a rifle but Meyers was unarmed brewer told investigators he still feared for his life and did not expect a beanbag round to penetrate Myers chest brewer has been on unpaid leave since his 2018 arrest He has been free pending trial in 2020 the county paid $3.5 million to settle a civil lawsuit brought by Myers family I'm Julie Walker

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 Third wild card creates opportunity for another playoff team

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00:26 sec | Last month

Third wild card creates opportunity for another playoff team

"Also won to eliminate the brewers from playoff contention It ends a franchise high four straight years of making the postseason Left Fielder Christian Yelich says they blew many chances We had opportunity We had opportunity after opportunity and you know we just couldn't capitalize The brewers had a four game lead in the NO central in late July but a rough stretch of August left the brewers settling for having to battle for a wild card spot but they could never catch the teams ahead of them Check Freeman Milwaukee

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The latest in sports

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02:00 min | 2 months ago

The latest in sports

"AP sports I'm Dave ferry top ranked Georgia had to come back from ten points down on the fourth quarter to beat Missouri 26 22 Stetson Bennett engineered two late touchdown drives that ended with one yard runs And in the end we found a way Second ranked Alabama lost Bryce young to a shoulder injury in the second quarter of a 49 26 win over number 20 Arkansas Head coach Nick Saban says the reigning Heisman Trophy winner sprained the AC joint in his throwing shoulder He's had these before and in a few days he starts to respond pretty well So we just have to see how it goes and play a day to day Backup Jalen milrow led the crimson tide to touchdowns in his first two drives to open a 28 zero lead Mayan Williams led third ranked Ohio State to a 49 ten trouncing of Rutgers running for a career high 189 yards and 5 touchdowns Misses a blessing just wanted to give a big shout out to the O line tight ends of our receivers for making that happen for me 5th ranked Clemson won a top ten matchup by defeating number ten NC state 30 20 Other top ten winners were Michigan southern Cal and Oklahoma state Number 7 Kentucky felt at number 14 old miss 22 19 Baseball and the braves lead the NL east by one game following their second straight win over the second place mets four to two Kyle Wright worked 5 innings for his major league leading 21st win A lot of defense kind of built me out tonight I'm getting the runs and we needed it and then the bullpen they were fantastic The Phillies opened a one game lead for the third NL wild card by splitting two in Washington while the brewers were losing to the Marlins four to three Kyle schwarber hit two of the Phil's 5 home runs in an 8 two route in the nightcap Obviously the First Amendment goes the way that we wanted to go You know that was kind of this the biggest message is there's still a game to be played tonight and we got to enjoy it The Padres beat the White Sox 5 two to each closer to an NL playoff birth Aaron judge remains stuck on 61 home runs but Nestor Cortez tossed one hit ball over 7 and a third innings to carry the Yankees to an 8 zero rat of the Orioles I'm Dave ferry AP sports

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Schwarber hits 2 of Phils' 5 HRs to salvage split with Nats

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Schwarber hits 2 of Phils' 5 HRs to salvage split with Nats

"Kyle schwarber hit two of the Phillies 5 home runs off Tommy Romero as Philadelphia beat the nationals 8 to two to earn a split of their day night double header Noah syndergaard pitched 5 and two thirds innings for the win after getting blown out 13 four in game one schwarber liked the bounce back Obviously the First Amendment goes the way that we wanted to go You know that was kind of the biggest messages There's still a game to be played tonight and we got to enjoy it We gotta have fun The win allowed the Phillies to take a one game lead over the brewers in the race for the final wild card spot in the national league with four games to play Craig heist Washington

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Burnes outpitches Alcantara, Brewers edge Marlins 1-0

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00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Burnes outpitches Alcantara, Brewers edge Marlins 1-0

"Corbin burns in Devin Williams pitched the brewers to a one zero win over the Marlins keeping Milwaukee a half game behind the Phillies for the final NL wild card Burns struck at 7 and allowed four hits over 8 innings to add dual sandy Alcantara who scattered 5 hits over 8 frames Burns leads to the national league with 238 strikeouts Williams made things look dicey Loading the bases before fanning Jesus Sanchez to end it Garrett Mitchell had two hits and scored the only run on a sacrifice fly by rowdy teles in the 6th inning I'm Dave fairy

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Brewers boost playoff hopes with 5-1 victory over Cardinals

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Brewers boost playoff hopes with 5-1 victory over Cardinals

"A tense game the brewers played it like it was a must win They pulled away late for a 5 to one victory over the Cardinals The brewers used closer Devin Williams to get out of a situation in the 7th and they let him pitch the 8th as well Start a branded Woodruff struck out 9 over 6 innings And these moments is when I can focus in more and try to make pitches and yeah I just like pitching this time of year I love fishing in the playoffs and hopefully we can get back to that The brewers pulled away from a two to one lead Victor caratini two run double highlighted a three run 8th inning Check Freeman Milwaukee

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Brosseau slam lifts Brewers 6-0, Mets set hit batter record

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00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Brosseau slam lifts Brewers 6-0, Mets set hit batter record

"The brewers ended the Met 6 game winning streak and improved their playoff fortunes with a 6 zero victory neither team scored until Willie Adams belted a home runoff Taiwan walker in the 6th inning Pinch hitter Mike brasso put the game out of reach with a Grand Slam in the 7th The Met said a single season major league record with 106 hit batters when Luis Guillaume was plunked in the 9th inning manager buck showalter isn't happy about the record I've got some personal feelings about why it happens so much but I'm sure he'll beat everyone I hear about it in this format New York couldn't complete a three game sweep and stayed one game ahead of the braves atop the NL east I'm Dave ferry

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Lindor's slam caps Mets' comeback in 7-5 win over Brewers

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00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Lindor's slam caps Mets' comeback in 7-5 win over Brewers

"The mets turned around a four zero deficit with two home run balls one day after clinching a playoff spot and they beat the brewers 7 to 5 They trailed four nothing but the mets big run producers got to work Pete Alonso put the mets on the board with a three run Homer in the 6th followed by Francisco Lindor's Grand Slam in the 7th that put the mets out in front Alonso says he and Lindor continue to lead from the three four spot in the order We both been really really good at letting the pitches come to us as opposed to trying to hit everything that they're throwing at us The vets did it with just four hits at one point met sitters were set down 14 in a row Check Friedman Milwaukee

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Scherzer perfect for 6 in return, wins 200th as Mets clinch

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Scherzer perfect for 6 in return, wins 200th as Mets clinch

"The mets are in the postseason for the first time since 2016 Max Scherzer was perfect through 6 innings leading the mets past the brewers 7 two Scherzer was pitching his first game since coming off the injured list He was on a pitch count set down the first 18 batters before being relieved Scherzer says he was not conflicted about being pulled while pitching a perfect game Scherzer lauded his team's accomplishment A lot of times we just don't beat ourselves and when you do that other teams make that one mistake and we capitalize on it And we've done that the whole season The brewers got their first hit in the 7th the mets remain in a fight for the NL east lead with the braves Check Freeman Milwaukee

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 62 and 700: Judge, Pujols closing in on home run milestones

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

62 and 700: Judge, Pujols closing in on home run milestones

"Aaron judge belted his 58th and 59th home runs as the Yankees avoided a three game sweep beating the brewers 12 8 judges two solo shots leaving two homers off Roger Maris single season AL record Numbers Yeah that's just there is numbers you know I'm focused on doing what I can to be a good teammate helped the team win With that means hitting a Homer and then it means in the Homer Judge leads the majors in homers and RBIs and is one point off the AL batting lead Anthony Rizzo homered in his return from the injured list Aaron hicks and rookie as Waldo Cabrera also went deep as New York overcame three zero and four one deficits

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Adames, Woodruff lead Brewers to 4-1 victory over Yankees

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Adames, Woodruff lead Brewers to 4-1 victory over Yankees

"The brewers beat the Yankees for the second straight day as woolly adamus and Brandon Woodruff led Milwaukee to a four one victory Adamus launched a three run Homer in the third inning to open the scoring That was enough offense for Woodruff whose 11 and four after allowing one run while striking out ten over 8 innings Yankees first baseman marwin Gonzalez was hit on the helmet by a return throw from catcher Victor caratini and was removed from the game New York's Aaron judge doubled and walked but remains four shy of Roger Maris single season AL record of 61 home runs I'm Dave ferry

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Brewers rally from five runs down to beat Yankees 7-6

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00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Brewers rally from five runs down to beat Yankees 7-6

"Garrett Mitchell hit a two out RBI single off clay Holmes in the bottom of the 9th giving the brewers a 7.61 over the Yankees Hunter renfrow let off the knife with a double and scored on Mitchell's bases loaded hit Milwaukee fell behind 5 nothing in the second inning of their biggest comeback one of the season Woolly adamus went two for four with a three run Homer and an RBI double to spark the rally The brewers carried at 6.5 lead into the 9th but Taylor Rogers served up a Homer by Josh Donaldson before getting the win The Yankees lead the AL east by 5 and a half games over Toronto I'm Dave ferry

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Reds snap six-game losing streak, beat Cardinals 3-2

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00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Reds snap six-game losing streak, beat Cardinals 3-2

"Or Cincinnati pictures combined to limit the Cardinals to three hits in a three to two win chase Anderson pitches 5 innings to record the victory That's a really good team over there I mean they're in first place to reason and potential future Hall of Famers in that lineup And there is one with the two of them in the Arctic Pujols and yachty So it's fun to compete against the best They're just kind of tells you where you stand Nixon zell and aristides Aquino hit solo home runs for the reds Paul Goldschmidt and Albert Pujols driving the rydberg runs The cards lead over the second place brewers in the NL central is now 7 and a half games Mike Reeves St. Louis

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Wainwright, Molina make history, then lead Cards over Brews

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00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Wainwright, Molina make history, then lead Cards over Brews

"Signal was pitcher Adam Wainwright and catcher Yadier Molina start their 325th game as battery mates to set the MLB mark in the cardinals four to one win over the brewers Wainwright pitches 5 inches to pick up the win and says setting the record in St. Louis is meaningful I would have felt weird going somewhere else I'd look at myself in the mirror and just ask myself what am I doing You know like I belong here and this is where I belong and this is where I should have been and this is where Yadier should have been and has been and this is just home for us Know that Ariana and Lars newt bar hit home runs while Molina and Albert Pujols deliver run scoring hits for the NL central division leading Cardinals I'm Mike Reeves

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McCutchen homers, drives in 3 in Brewers' 8-4 win over Cards

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00:33 sec | 2 months ago

McCutchen homers, drives in 3 in Brewers' 8-4 win over Cards

"Andrew mccutcheon homers and drives in three to lead the brewers past the Cardinals 8 to four Milwaukee's now 7 games behind the indo central division leading redbirds and in the thick of the wild card race but the designated hitter doesn't want to think about that right now I don't even know where we are right now on the standards But we just take it day by day you know And you know we got 19 games now Nolan are not all drives in a pair for St. Louis Jordan Montgomery suffers his first loss as a cardinal Milwaukee would use 8 pitchers to secure the victory Mike Reeves St. Louis

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Burnes shines as Brewers top Giants 2-1 to open doubleheader

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00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Burnes shines as Brewers top Giants 2-1 to open doubleheader

"They were quickly falling out of wildcard architecture but the brewers righted themselves at least for now with a double header sweep of the Giants two to one and four to two Using limited offense but strong pitching Corbin burns started today by striking out 14 and 8 innings in the opener Having our schedule with 78 home games at the end of the year is definitely going to help us for this playoff push but yeah it's going to take some take some good baseball for us to get into it The brewers used 6 pitchers to hold the Giants to four hits so that I kept starter Freddy Peralta left after two innings with shoulder fatigue Check Freeman Milwaukee

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Brewers' Lauer hit hard, exits with injury; Rockies roll 8-4

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00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Brewers' Lauer hit hard, exits with injury; Rockies roll 8-4

"When the brewers fell 8 four to Colorado Wednesday it didn't help their pursuit of a wild card birth on a trip against the sub 500 Diamondbacks and rockies Milwaukee went to and 5 Nonetheless skipper Craig counsel is not counting out his guys We're going to be right in the middle of this thing and all that we can play good baseball and make this make this a great stretch However counsel may have an additional problem Starter and loser Eric Lauer was removed in the third inning because of stiffness in his left throwing elbow Bruce Morton Denver

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Walker's bat, Kelly's arm lead Diamondbacks past Brewers 5-0

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00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Walker's bat, Kelly's arm lead Diamondbacks past Brewers 5-0

"Christian walker pounded a two run Homer Josh Rojas added a two run double as the Diamondbacks defeated the brewers 5 nothing There was their 6th win in their last 7 games against playoff contending teams Merrill Kelly scattered four hits over 7 innings to improve his record to 12 and 5 and Kelly hopes it's a sign of the future for the guys in this Clubhouse the young guys in the Clubhouse to see that if we play the way that we're playing right now we can be a good team And I think if we finish the year this last month we kind of bear down and keep playing the way that we're playing I think it'll leave a good taste in everybody's mouth Brewers left Fielder Christian Yelich left the game at the fourth inning with neck discomfort George Tanner Phoenix

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"brewer" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:57 min | 4 months ago

"brewer" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"How much of that do you think trickles down to the players and maybe a result of what you just got through referring to? I think it's huge. I mean, I think you have to look at the generations that are now coming in to play and their mentality. Once again, I use that word. Idealistic, there are a lot more idealistic about things. I think there are way more fed up. And with that, like, don't play with them. Have a real earnest desire for some solutions because from my dealings and from what I know and what I read, I think they're just going to be a lot more into just abolishing and just tearing down old traditions and old systems. And so if you want these things not to be on fire all at once, it behooves you to finally say, you know what? There needs to be a shift here. And we can either do it the proactive way or like we've seen with this NIL free for all, we can do with the other way. And lawlessness is not going to benefit anyone. But if you sit down at the table and you try to make something that once again, it's a higher level of fairness, then you might be able to salvage some of the things that we like about college athletics right now. And then there's a live tour, but we'll pick that up another time. Thanks so much. It's always great fun to talk to you and also quite interesting and educational. Be well. We'll talk to you soon. All right, take care. Thank you very much. Jerry brewer in Washington Post on the Kirby contract. And then we got off to the sociological issues of today. Back with more, your phone call is right around the corner. You were listening to the Paul fine bomb show podcast. What's continue with more phone calls and Dylan is up next? Hey, Dylan. Hey, how's it going? We are doing great. That's good, man. I called in the other day and I think Peter burns was in yeah, I'm just going to give that man some props. You know, it went really smooth for him. I mean, he did an outstanding job. There wasn't nobody calling in making threats or anything like that. But I told him, I called in and was talking about Kentucky and everything potentially went in the east, which I think is going to happen. How do you feel about that? Well, I don't agree, but I'm more interested in why you think that is the case. Derek

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"brewer" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:38 min | 4 months ago

"brewer" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Whenever you want to cut through the hypocrisy of anything you call Jerry brewer, who's at The Washington Post and his number of great pieces on college athletics lately and we talked to him recently, but the latest concerns Kirby smart under the heading coaching salaries have climbed aboard college football's runaway train. He talks about leaders being concerned about NIL and money and here comes another mega contract. Deserved, of course, because of the national championship, but that doesn't stop. The rhetoric. Jerry, good to have you on. I know a lot is happening in the NFL. Things are going on all around us, but we appreciate you making time to talk a little bit about not so much Kirby smart, but just the idea that college administrators are talking out of both sides of their mouth. I know that's hardly breaking news. Good afternoon. Good afternoon. Good to be on with you again, Paul. So I'm sure there was I know there was a lot of reaction to what you said. I think too often people read headlines and go, man, why is Jerry brewer taking a shot at Kirby smart? I know you weren't, but let's talk about the other side of this and that's the constant rhetoric we hear from coaches every day, especially last week when Nick Saban and everyone else beat the drama about everything is out of control and then by the end of the week, Kirby smart was getting his, as you said. Yeah, exactly. I mean, that's the point, right? Like the way the system is set up, of course, Kirby smart after winning the national championship is going to reset the market. I mean, that's just the way that it goes. But what I'm saying is like with everything that's going on and everything that people complain about, why does the coaches market get reset so quickly all of the time? And if you're Alabama, if you're Georgia, if you're Ohio State, if you're what Clemson has been, you can play that game, but I start to look at say what Michigan state did with Mel Tucker off of one season or I even look at, I mean, I know there's a lot of money at Texas a and M, but to poach Jimbo, you gave him a contract that made our jaws hit the floor and then what three years into it, you enhance that. I mean, I think that the things that they do feeling like that's what they have to do to keep this coach or that's what they have to do in this rat race is absolutely ridiculous and it kind of reeks of people who it's a lot easier to spend your donors money that they're giving emotionally than it is to really run a prudent business. Well, Jerry, it just seems to me you have one guy in particular and a couple of others play a role in this. These agents that manipulate and emasculate these athletic directors who are not spending their own money if they were, they might think differently. And it's a vicious cycle because in the southeastern conference alone, when guy, Jimmy Sexton represents ten coaches, so he goes from one AD to the next. Essentially, blackmail would be a legal phrase, but basically just forcing them to re up with their coach or he'll threaten to take them somewhere else. Yes, Jimmy Sexton plays it very well. But I think that's the key point. I just don't think that is athletic directors. And I just, I don't think most of them are very strategic or very smart and they're ill prepared to be able to run a college enterprise like a pro enterprise. I mean, they're still trying to apply amateurism rules and just kind of profit off of the exploitation of that. And so then when it comes to this matter and they're afraid to lose their coach, they just do all kinds of ridiculous things that ultimately in a lot of cases hamstring the schools, especially when you have a coach who was really just a one hit wonder or two year wonder and then all of a sudden you have these huge buyouts and you either have to go either have to go back to your boosters and donors and say, hey, what do you want to pay to get this guy out of here or you have a situation in which you've got to coach that you know isn't the guy and you have to give him a year sometimes even two years to run it into the ground even more. Jerry brewer, where the lot of things happened this week, but something that caught my eye and I'm sure it didn't miss yours was the chatter. Not much happened, but there were some Penn State players talking about unionization. Others are talking about revenue share. This is college athletics, of course. But in the aftermath of what we just got through talking about, how do you think this is going to go when they get a little more steam and they get more meetings with important people, whether it's the Big Ten commissioner or else or else or someone else, how are folks going to be able to shut them down? I mean, that's a really good question. And it's hard to know because you just don't know who ultimately has is it the smartest voice or the greatest voice right now or the most reasonable. And they can go to the table knowing in the Austin case, the Supreme Court, I mean, just damn near welcomed more of this. And then they're essentially telling you that they'll burn it all down if more cases come before them. And so I think that creates this really cautiousness and gives the athletes more power than they've ever had. The question is, how much do they want to push it? And ultimately, I will give for kids who are 18, 19, 20, 23 at the most. I think they are a lot more willing and a lot more idealistic about maintaining certain things than people want to give them credit for. Most of them just want to have a fair shot and then go out there and represent their schools and try to win as much as they possibly can. Within a system that makes sense. But the fact that the quote unquote adult leadership has just been so dismissive and so predatory, really. If you want to look at the way the way they hoard all of the resources, that's when it becomes a problem. And I think if you would sit down at the table and actually talk to the kids and really consider things, I think you could create at least for the stable model that might last for the next two decades, but if you want a war, you have to acknowledge that this is a war that you're ultimately aren't going to win and the question just becomes when do you get a base of college players that just decide is enough is enough and we'll go to the mattresses on this. Jerry, finally, I was just thinking as you were talking about the evolution of pro athletes, there was Michael Jordan who never wound up said anyone because he was basically a sneaker salesman and now you have, you know, whether it's LeBron James or anyone else for that matter, a more outspoken period of time that we're all living through.

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"brewer" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:17 min | 6 months ago

"brewer" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Well, Jay, what he's done, as you know, Jerry, he's gone out to Georgia Tech and taking their best running back. He's gone to Louisville and taking their best wide receiver to Vanderbilt and taking their best line into LSU and taking their best quarterback. I mean, it's not like he's sitting back, he may act like everybody else is paying and they're just trying to help these guys to the training room table, but he's figuring out a way to get players. Yes, he is. And that's where certain things. I think sometimes people think that nowhere is real tech is going to rise and become an NCAA power because they manipulate the system, I don't think that's the case necessarily. And I think it was interesting to me, Paul, that in this first year of the NIL air and there's still a lot that we don't know about exactly what's going on, right? But the argument had always been, if you start to compensating these players on a significant level, it's going to ruin the college model and it's going to turn people off. Mind you, this was like, you know, a year out of the pandemic, at least in terms of attendance and so on and so forth. But TV ratings, all of those things exploded once again, people's interest in the game has not changed as a result of this. But you do have to have some kind of thought leadership. And that's the real concern. Everybody seems like they're just wanting to punt on this. And not come up with some kind of common sense regulation that is not exploiting the college athletes. Jerry, Jerry brewer with us from The Washington Post. And on that subject, the commissioner of the SEC was with us the other day down at the SEC meetings and he had recently gone to Washington, meeting with senators, and he said, quite frankly, we're going to have to wait for the midterms, and then wait for whatever happens in the midterms settle out. But it's hard for me to take Congress seriously. You're close to the seat of power. Is that really the best place to look to for a body of individuals to bail college athletics out for something they let happen on their own watch? Oh, hell no. I mean, you talk about, there's already all of these unintended consequences. If you let Congress start deciding things, there's going to be just the box of unintended consequences that are just going to become even wider. You don't want that. There's plenty of mind. If they want to sit down and really think about how to do this in a way that's less rigid and in a way that is fair and if you look at it in terms of not just rigid definition of amateurism, surely there are plenty of people who can implement policy in a way of doing things in a standard that lives in the streets. And when I say lives in the streets, that means that is applicable for the people who are on the front lines playing the game. It can't be some highbrow policy from lawmakers, although when we look at lawmakers right now, I'd probably do low brow. It seems like they're no one has any ideas on any policy, period anymore. But you need the people who really understand the game and have an open mind and have an understanding of where the game is headed say the next 25 years. To really get ahead of this thing, because I think it's negligent, it's mindlessness. And it's rigidness that has allowed us to get to this point. Jerry, just from the show part of it, or the drama that has been going on down here. We get caught up those of us who cover the SEC and the day to today, but you're watching this from a completely different perspective. When you see these food fights, when you take all this in on the rare occasion that you move over away from whatever the story of the day is nationally, how do you see the SEC when it comes to football? Other than the fact that it's dominant. I mean, is it something that is entertaining? Is it believable? I know you've worked in the south, so you've had a pretty close proximity to it. But what's it like from the nation's capital? Well, there's a part of me that looks at it and it really enjoys it because it reminds me of old school college football when you had all of these colorful personalities and they were willing to say what was on their mind. There was a lot more characters in the SEC and other conferences. So it's nice, although that was a situation, especially in saving, that he didn't know that I was going to get out to that level, but it's nice to hear some honesty. And those rivalries, it's going to make Alabama, Texas a and M fun and so on and so forth. So there's a part of me that like the MBA columnist and MBA fan in me, I like the petty wars. However, like when we're looking at it and you're looking at kind of a fight to save the integrity of a game and nobody has any anything to do other than throw food at the next coach, you just kind of look at it and you just face facepalm and you just say, you know what? You guys are just so far from being at a point where you really want to figure this out. So it's comical. I mean, the SEC. Dominant entity and I almost sometimes don't even look at it as a college football conference. It's almost undefined. It's just bigger and above. But I do look to the SEC constantly and say the attitudes and the way that they go about solving this is going to clearly be the best practice in college football. So you have to pay attention to it beyond just the wars and see where people are headed because if anybody is going to figure out the way to make it the way to thrive, it's going to be that conference and everybody's going to be playing catch up to that conflict. So try to keep that in mind even as I look at it and think this is silly. There's a lot of substance behind it as well. Jerry brewer, sports columnist with The Washington Post. Jerry's been great to have you on. And you'd be well. Thanks so much for making time for us. Anytime you take care. You bet. Jerry joining us from D.C.. We'll take a break. We have a lot to do. The remaining hour and 45.

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"brewer" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"brewer" Discussed on Conversations

"This is an abc podcast. You know when a politician says they leaving the job to spend more time with their family. It often seems like that. Might not be the full story but for tim fischer. It really was the case. Tim was the leader of the national party and deputy prime minister when he left politics. He decided that he needed to be with his wife. The former judy brewer and with their sons the eldest of whom harrison had been diagnosed with autism. The family shed precious years together before. Tim passed away from leukemia in august last year. Today judy leaves where she has. Nearly all of her life at the family farm in mudgee ganga in north east victoria and she has some big plans for the place to turn it into a cave on a of refuge and of delight for people like her son hiji. Hi sarah tell me about these hyme of yours judy. How long has your family being in mudgee ganga. Well it's a very special place. I feel so lucky to live there and to have had the opportunity to to make it my home again completely forever for as long as i can and So i'll tell you better i. It's a family farm not a very big farm but it has been in the family since my great grandparents pie needed in the seventies. So it's one hundred fifty years in the family and very fortunate to live on the original block although its borders have changed many times over the years and also in the original house. My great grandparents participates. And catherine o'brien. How did not stirring catherine. I come to this part of australia. Oh gosh what a story. Water story so I'm gonna love the story of australia in rural australia. Everyone has has an incredible tale of why they live with a live and for me. It was to immigrants who came essentially for the gold. Rush my great grandfather was italian from the valtolina up in northern italy. A little place called girls auto and he came out for the gold rush at a time. When there was a lot of poverty in the area he lived in so he left italy in eighteen. Sixty three hoping to just get here in time but when he got to beach worth and the gold rush areas of northeast victoria the gold rush had actually passed him by so it was a long trip for nothing. But because i'm very glad he actually did. What did he judy why he well. I didn't bring very much. He he was nineteen he. He came with two cousins. They walked from northern italy to genoa. And then a boat to live a pool and then liverpool to melbourne. They had nothing absolutely nothing. And the lovely family story is that because he didn't smoke and there was rations of tobacco on the ship that he saved all his rations when he got to melbourne. He sold his rations said that he had enough to buy a backpack and walk. Northeast victoria with these two cousins. I can't prove this story but there is always a family story that he he did..

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"brewer" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

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02:58 min | 1 year ago

"brewer" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

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"brewer" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"brewer" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"That in nature of doing this. Podcast i have a variety of people that i'll have on it. Some people who are emerging to some people who are season artists biologists. Have someone like your clout like. I don't like your words. I would have. I don't like their work. You know that this new thing. The term cloud this new thing. That's important to folks these days them funding. This cloud is of weird. A blows my mind. I care about a bunch of fucking strangers opinions remain. Why do i give it. When i hear the word cloud on hearing it in social media terms of giddings gotta get a shit about what you know the strangers people have never met her probably never will meet think of me if i want any kind of quote unquote cloud which an appropriate current of us. I think i would want the approval. That's more reasonable term. In my opinion they would want approval of those. Who do what i do. And more so those who've been doing it longer than me and whom i respect and look up to their work i don't want anyone. Tell me up cool and powder my little ass for someone to give me that that not of respect that that's so much more valuable than this clout that people are after these days. Fuck out of here with the opinions. A bunch of strangers you know. I want my peers. You know if they think. I'm okay i'm doing all right you know. That's that's the thing that matters acknowledgement from your peers. People do this thing where they say. I don't care about awards. And so on and i had an interview with Dd am not long ago. Big fan of dm midget the whole about like like success is the grammy. So that's the way has looked at and that's literally your peers in that highest sense are saying you're good you've made it. Would you do and on with the for musician. That sounds right. You know those do what you do or like men. That was fucking cool. Yeah that's what it's about in my opinion. Talk outta here with fucking omni joe and fucking buddies on instagram. Fucking telling me i'm cool. I don't need that shit the gas. I'm a young man. But i'm still too old for that shit. You know like well so this is the last question i have before it shameless plugs. Because you know what i'm saying. Neither baby boy we can. So what are a couple of things you enjoy doing. When you're not tattoo on folks tell you ma'am you can see me. Folks listening to the.

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"brewer" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"brewer" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"And it hasn't been for years you. I've been in that where i need to be in a position where i'd like to be the worst guy in. The room is progressing my growth. I don't i want to be done durling. I want to be the guy that i can pull information from everyone around me because they've been doing it longer because they're better than mayor because they're more fluent or more experienced. Or what have you. I by no means. Do i feel that i'm going to get the most growth out of myself who find two big fish in a little pond that i've ever felt that way. I like i said earlier. I'm not a fan of what i do at all. I'm just trying to stay alive. But but you know what i mean like the best place for me to be where. I'm the least impressive guy in the room because that means everyone around me you know is doing something better doing something you know more efficiently or doing something that i don't know about and then in that i get to observe an apply. You know you don't you. Don't get to go to college to learn how to tattoo. You gotta make friends and you've got to let people fucking bring you into their circle in the inlet. You won't observe what they're doing and you know what bit have information they're willing to share with you. That's your education in this aging thing. Where if you're in a place. And i've i've look at that in the same way like i've always been a knee kind of high achiever groups. Or what have you and you get that imposter syndrome. And i'm like i probably suck is sucky. I definitely suck and when people not to cut you off on when people praise something that i've done in my work a lot of time when i get the most likes on instagram or i get my friends like i really liked that she did and my adam self conscious about it..

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"brewer" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"brewer" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"You know so since we we'll have a couple of questions to baltimore Let's let speak on some influences though who are white influences. Your tattooing these days. The guys next to me these days the guys next to me and we live in the age of information nelin started tattooing. We still worry. And it was the age of the internet. But i have more access to it now than i did them if i was to say who's influencing me now because before i was blocked off and in some dumb direction in my early years in tattooing you know but i think about influences now men. Now it's the man next to me and there's a lot of men next to me so you know whoever's to the right of me or whoever still life to main whoever's bolivar's working and i'm there to observe man like come to a point in my career like tapped on earlier it's time for meetings suck up in go back to school. We you know. I like to think that i'm at in. My mind is around a lot of fucking. Well established people in industry for our local area. Here we've got a lot more under their belt. Time time-wise accomplishment wise. Their body of work is massive. Just all around for a guy you know that wants to grow you. Can't you can't do that well. You know having a lot to say. I'm just doing the best that i can right now. But better everyone around me you know. That's who's influencing me. The guys i'm working with the great at both locations that were co-pathetic tattoo assessment maryland lost their man's fucking wizard. He's been doing this stuff. He no longer than interested. And i mean he's making machines able fortunately pick up information on making tools. You know what this guy. When fortunate enough that he'll he'll even talk to me about this stuff. What did he does he's a great tattoo. He's been around. Like i said longer than i've even been interested in getting that to his shop is actually the age of my career is current shot. He's been open. You know the same amount of time. I've even been doing this and i also work here in baltimore baltimore tattoo museum in that place. I mean i gotta lot. I could say about that. That's positive keno know right now. It's a a large shop in it's been well established so there's a lot of artists there some in there so many fucking heads and under this one roof that the amount of information that slayers is. It's overwhelming you can just within one day..

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"brewer" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"brewer" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"From the back seat of the car like hey guys lake. Don't show them and get pops named to and they were like their first question. Nicholas so you got the money. I'm thirteen you know we've got the money and i'm like yeah i got the money you know and then we'll stop. We're close the shop. We'll stop we'll sign the papers and shit but we're leaving like we got shit. We're gonna go. Do you gotta find your way home. So it's small town. That's not a big deal. You know nine. Welcome so they come in. They signed the paper fucking thirteen years. Old not pay them in fucking tattoos my back. You walk home. Oh wow the word pops. Ps between the shoulder blades. About three and a half four inches in in which there. And then i walked home now. The first two i did is kind of another short funny story. I've got a cousin and there's two answers. If you ask me who taught me on it to first off. I'd say my cousin. Kevin we spend some time together Early teens early twenties and he in the beginning of our time together bought a janke tattoo kit off of the internet now cabin mind you spend about eight years federal penitentiary. Now that's where he learned to tattoo so when he got out he was like. I'm gonna keep tattooing mckee tattooing you learn how to itunes you so we ordered you know quote unquote professional tattoo equipment. He didn't get good stuff. You know any better even tattooing a homemade tape deck. You know motor machines and stuff in jail. So he orders. What he thinks is good machines and you know some good pigments and none of it was any good and he starts to and myself and my friends. I'm still wearing some of these tattoos. He did on me. You know back then or children but he lost interest after a while to keep. This short did like a couple of months where he was like the hood superstar tattoo. And everybody you know. And then he's like whatever and it just sits in a box in the corner of his room for a good month and a half so one day. I met his alison. I just pick it up and take it home. A main goal is for a while. I started tattoo and he comes to my house one day. And he's on tattoo and he's like you will here and i'm like yeah help..

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"brewer" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"brewer" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"That is which got you into those simple things that before. You put your own season roy. That's the thing that got you into it. So that's the thing you're always going to go back to. Why i say you're exactly right on that statement. You just made us. I think back to the first tattoos. My memory you know can beloved that. I saw in. They were these two point and basic. You know w- traditional designs that. When i saw them as a child they were twenty years old. Mon grandpa or you know when grandpa my grandfather did have any tattoos on the older guys and they were aged and they were haggard. You know but you could still tell that was a fucking mermaid you can. You could still tell you know that's a ship you know that and it looks good. It looks kind of cooler when it's twenty years old in that style. That's it you know. There's a reason why motherfuckers do things a classic. The classic for a reason you do things in a certain approach for a reason. Because like i said you know this guy my first memory of a tattoo still until what it was and it was older than you know are the older than most tattoos. You know i've ever done. I've never even done a tattoo yet. Settled in my career. My think that's why you're correct. You know when you keep it simple and basic. Do what you need to do to get the job done in in making your designs and things two things stand the test there are. There are two that come to mind for me. One is pop culture related and one is a personal personal. One would be my dad. He has a A flag tattoo on his arm. Or what have you recently did that thing that this other. What a reference did the other person did you have that. Original tattooed relatively simple. It's no color in it and all of that stuff and as looks like it's like a stick get super bowl. It had to been done in the seventies or something..

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"brewer" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"brewer" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"Podcast. Thanks for having me on today. Finally we have someone who's voice like deeper than mine and i hear yard romantic fool. You wouldn't be so. I was going to throw in their crab daddy but or we can get to our second question so i i gave that really brief and super brief in like thirty thousand four view of what you do and what you're about but obviously in looking at your work in the previous conversations that we've had your work is deeper than that so for for those who uninitiated described which workers about what you're tattooing is about and spent spent it all right. Well i mean like you would say tattoo or of course To me lately tattooing his changed. This is my sixteen year. Doing what i do. And i gotta say man you know. It's a little a little humbling at humble myself to say it now. But i didn't start out on a good foot When i started tattooing started with little direction. I'd like to say that. I did it the right way. I took an apprenticeship I got under tattoo hours paid a lot of attention. I got tattooed. I did the things that one should do and learning lists. But i don't feel that my head is in the right place Kind of started backwards. You know i was. I was young. I was excited. I wanted to get right in there. And i skipped a lot of stuff you know. I I started out wanting to just get that instant gratification. The tattoos and i jumped on some bandwagon that were at the time. And doing those trends. You know little come and go. At the time. There was style tattoo that was popular people. Call it new school and that was on the last into that wave. You know that. Aga- interested in that. But i got interested in in style. Are that doesn't really follow all the traditional basic rules of tattooing in that being young in my tattooing i skipped a lot of the foundational basic stuff..

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"brewer" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

Jim Beaver's Project Action

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"brewer" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

"There's like fifty of us in there. But i'll send you an invite to once you get everything set up seeing going there and just start talking about the funny thing is i have to practice on the same. Because it's a i for some reason I get a little nauseous. Sometimes on the simulator and so i need a practice and before i race against the the big dogs. I definitely am interested. Send me that yes you have do. You have Are you doing screens or are you doing the full like vr headset. I can't do the vr stuff. Like that no. I can't do i can't do. I do the screens I'm getting used to it but yeah it's it's definitely a lot different for me the feeling of driving it then a car even the nicest one i'm on you know it's just but it does help learn the track and stuff but it does make you a little nauseous. You've got though bar next to the next to me and like all ready you need to put a gopro over the top of things just because it'd be. I don't know this is story. We're going down a rabbit. All we probably go down but yeah it'd be funny. You wanna go viral on social media. There you go there you go man so obviously you know you're racing. We got some racist coming up. I want to go back. Canada talking about the social media thing. Because i'm looking at like your sponsors clubhouse there you know big partner in your program things like that but i gotta think with your social. It's kind of dynamic where i've got sixty thousand followers on instagram. Minor largely endemic motorsports. People right yours are gone and you know you. You do have people like me. Who follow you because of the racing and things like but i gotta think that you know this actually benefit you when you go to pitch a sponsor outside of the endemic. I mean everybody's going after the tire in the wheel and the oil companies and you know the parts things like that but you can take this package it to some fortune. Five hundred company sounds something to women through a grocery store or something like that. And i gotta think because you're following so different like that's actually going to be a big benefit. Yes i agree. There's there's definitely good and bad to that. So yeah like you said. it's. It's good. Because i have a wide range of demographics with people and their interests i'm able to pitch that to sponsors and were able to do that but then on the flip side. There's also a lot of people that follow me for the wrong reasons and they're like why don't you post me bikini photos like what is this. We don't you know. Like i feel like i like the i love the racing fans who follow me because i feel like their actual fans of me not just my body. I guess you know. Or whatever the photos. I feel like the racing fans actually genuinely care about what i'm doing and so yeah. There is a flip side of both. And you know. I'm i appreciate all the people who follow me so that'd be an said obviously You spend spending this year. In touring cars. I mean i guess you've got to have in your head kind of the ladder. You would like to see your career progress. I mean what you know. How do you see things going here. I know i've read stuff. Where ultimately you'd love to be an indycar at some point. I mean what what's the. What's the ladder you've got in your mind in a perfect world. If the right sponsor came in to help you fund this deal where you know where you heading yeah So i like you said the ultimate goal is probably indycar. Because i've always i've always dreamed. I think it's a great program I think my dream ladder. I definitely want to get some race craft experience in the lower series before i just jumped in and you know i want to do well and i want to win races on there so i think doing this year. Touring cars doing some Gt four experiences. I'm going to be potentially racing some open-wheel stuff this year as well Maybe some formula for maybe. We'll see you know so especially of we're gonna for sure be testing though so ideally. I can kind of transfer over to the road to indy side. Do you know maybe indy. Pro two thousand. Yeah and then. I think indycar indy lights and then indycar so i think hopefully in a three year progression i could get to indycar if i if i kinda do some testing and training this year and then transfer over to the indy ladder series. You know and then of course. I do love sports car racing. So i would love to be able to do some imsa stuff. Sro stuff as well gt racing. Let's kinda yeah and definitely definitely the end goal. I think i wanna hop over to the ladder the ladder in the next year or two. Well here's here's a question. You took a few years often. It actually may have benefited. You and i know we started the show ten years ago and when we did part of it was like you know. Let's and empower some of the amazing talented female and motorcycle females in motor sport. And and you know. I like to think that you know over the last ten years not just in general. The industry has changed. There's been a shift going on. And i almost think like you take three or four years off may have actually benefited you. Because i think the industry now in regards to women and and we shouldn't even be having this conversation. Yeah we shouldn't be having this conversation. But i feel like it's turned a corner now and i feel like you know women are looked at as equals and i think it's it's been a long time coming but i mean. Do you feel that way like when you first started out when you were twelve. Thirteen years old. You know you were probably oh. There's the girl on the racetrack. You know you were like the token girl doing out there. But i mean you feel like now when you're racing like you're treated just like the guys are which is a great thing that's the way it should be. Yeah exactly you know especially back in the people would always be like. Oh you definitely are the fastest girl on the track. Your the fastest growing in the track. And i'm like. I don't want to be the best girl on the truck. I might be the fastest driver on track and people always used to say that to me. And i think now like you said in twenty twenty one The time we're living in. I mean it's been a long time coming but women definitely are looked at more equals and people are becoming more aware those conversations so i think it is a really good place to be in In this point in my career. I think yeah. I'm definitely taken more seriously as a driver. And i also think you know A big thing. That was an issue. They always like. Oh look she's such a pretty girl she's such a pretty girl and now i feel when i'm out the track that's not always what people focus on they focus more. Oh she's actually quick. You know that's is very nice. It's always nice to be known for being fast right That's what i want. So you know obviously you got your first round in. What's what's the next couple of weeks. What's the next month. Look like for you what's What's.

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"brewer" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

Jim Beaver's Project Action

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"brewer" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

"I am going to jump into this interview with my good friend. Lindsay brewer like to welcome one of my guests to this show. This week Lindsey brewer who. I've been aware of for quite some time but stoked to have you on the show because you're finally back to the race and race cars so that's a good thing. Yeah thanks for having me. I'm so excited. I'm finally back ray saying it's been awesome. Yeah well we've got a lot to talk about. And i guess my first question this'll be my lead and then i kinda wanna go back to start how you got racing and we'll go to present day but you took a massive amount of time off in the right as your career is getting started. You went to college. You did the smart thing. I give you a lot of credit for that. You've got your backup plan. You go and you get a degree from san diego state university business degree but you know how was that because a lot of people you know. You're in your prime. You know just kind of people are starting to recognize you. You're winning these races. Then it's like boom. Let's pause things. Let's go to college. Let's do the right thing and now you've graduated. You're coming back to racing. I mean how hard was that to take that window of time off and now trying re- kickstart things you know. Yeah yeah it was definitely difficult You know. I started racing when i was twelve versed in high. School was really starting to win. Some ratio races the beginning of my college career and yeah. It was really difficult to kind of. Take that break but you know. My parents wanted me to do that. They know i loved racing but they always told me how important it was to get my college degree. So you know i. I was planning on racing and going to college but things just got a little too crazy. I wasn't able to You know getting sponsorship is the hardest part about racing. It's it takes a lot of money. So i wasn't able to attend races and get my face and name out there and in order to get sponsors because i don't come from a family background everything So i think the hardest part for me was just the fact that i was so busy in school. I wasn't able to get sponsors. It was definitely a challenge To take that break. But you know i feel like everything happens for a reason and i'm happy to be back now in this time of my life and yeah i'm ready to go so it's all good well during this time in college like we should mention like you. You're racer before any of the instagram or any of this happened right so you stop racing and i'm sure you how to social following before college but you go to college and then all of a sudden now coming out of college you've got two million social media followers so i think that's definitely benefitting you. Now with the sponsorship conversation. Because you. And i both know my personal racing career. I go into a meeting. You know they don't even it's not so much looking at your. They do look at your record. They look at how good you are but they wanna see that social media number first and foremost to know. Hey you know we're going to get substance out of this person whether they win or lose you know. And i think a lot of people kinda kinda forget now that the that actually factors into it. They're determined that on our lie. So i gotta think with you now. It's actually. I don't wanna say easy because it's not an easy business proposition. Yeah ship but maybe it cracks the door open just a little bit more. Because here's a so big now. Yeah definitely i like. I said everything happens for a reason so i i went into college with about ten thousand followers. Which is actually you know for a kid in high school. That was a lot especially back in two thousand fourteen. Two thousand fifteen. So i i did get that from my my racing and then it just exponentially blew up you know. I went to school at san diego state in a sorority where at the beach taking photos so i felt like Yeah i definitely grew my falling for you. Know the modeling. The bikini. All that stuff and it has helped. I've been able to amass a large falling. I i definitely agree. It has helped Catch the eye brands and catch the eye of sponsors. So that's definitely like you said very beneficial and you know the most difficult part i have to say would be that people have gotten to know me four that side of me and offer racing because i did take such large break and so then all of a sudden i started getting back into racing there. Who's poser pretending to be a race car driver like who's this random model like insta- model trying to you know be very star driver and i was always known you know back in high. School is being lindsey. Were the three driver not lindsey instagram model. So it kinda gets a little confusing there and i still do love modeling. I still love being in my bikini. So it's kind of a balanced there on my social media. I feel like. I definitely have to be a little more serious now and yeah so i'm i'm really excited. I think it definitely has helped having my social media following for all this well you know and when those questions come i mean i gotta thank you know. I'm an agent for some athletes. I see what happens. You know in one of them happens to be a female. And i see some of the stuff that comes across. Dm's and and you know an and friends and they like to me. It blows my mind like that men would send like this and women like they attack other women and it's like blows my mind but here but i gotta think like you. You've developed some thick skin. Because of it. You know and you brush it off but i i gotta feeling like they can attack you on certain things like whatever but they attack you as a race car driver on no exactly. That's that's a sacred cow. You'll call me out of my racing skills right. yeah exactly. I don't mind when people are. Oh like they critique my looks or whatever all that but when you attack you know racing and stuff like that. It does hit a little harder. But i have developed a very thick skin and i've always known i'm very good at that so i i always think i'm like any sane normal person would just never get on someone else's random instagram and comment things like that like no one. I know that normal would ever do that so i i don't really take it seriously. I'm like okay. You have to be a weirdo to be able to do that. They're struggling with things. But let's go back to the start. Because i wanna know like you. You'd said your family didn't come from racing You know so. This is kind of it was all new. How did you get bit by the racing bug at such a young age with your family. Not necessarily you know. Your dad wasn't a race car driver things like that like how. How did you get bit by the bug and get into this crazy..

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"brewer" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"brewer" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"Out judd's book. Maybe you want to check out the book that i wrote with head coach carol. It's called compete to create. And so maybe you enjoy both of those same time so with that. Let's jump right into this week's conversation with judd brewer. Judson how are you. i'm good it's It's great it's been too long in so I'm stoked to be here with the in congrats on your book. Congratulations thank you. Yeah okay so it's not surprising. The title of your book is no surprise. You knowing you knowing what you're been interested in for the last couple of decades Can you just talk a little bit about the title. What led you to that title and the quick flyover for like why. You wanted to berth. This book into the world. Yeah i'll be so all the credit for this idol goes to my wife who came up with the term unwinding anxiety and if anybody that reads it will actually see she She's got to yourself a us a scenario from per describing how she didn't even know she had anxiety until she could start to see it clearly in her family so the unwinding anxiety pete's comes from what anxiety ios like feel we wound up and that wound up quality of experience. Actually totally totally gets in the way for everything from helping. Are you making our thinking planning brain gloss line to making us focused on things that are not in our best interest. You know where we get caught up in. You know unhelpful habits stress eating and procrastinating even addictions because that women quality experiences do something in our survival brain is saying this is uncomfortable. Make it go away. So the title came from that in terms of being wound up but also came from a lot of the research. That might have been doing rounds. The experience of what. It's like to let go. We've studied experienced meditators. I've been meditating myself for a long time. And the simplest way to explain that dichotomy of wound up versus letting go is is kind of being caught up being wound up versus unwinding and so the unwinding piece is this journey that we all can take as we unwind whether it's anxiety or any other habit or any addiction or even being attached to abuse for example and so on the if we just stick with us for minute of for folks that are unfamiliar with a definition of anxiety. And i wanted to do this for a moment because we throw around the word anxiety a lot and we throw around the word anxious and worried and nervous. We like we throw around these words like almost like the same thing but anxiety has a little bit more gravitas to it then anxiousness. Let's say so when you talk about anxiety what is your working definition. I like the. There's actually a pretty good different dictionary. Definition which is a feeling of nervousness warrior unease about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome. And i particularly like because it describes this feeling the feeling of being wound up the feeling of being nervous. This is this This restless quality to experience and it also points to how anxiety can be this feeling and it can also a trigger the mental behavior of worrying. So we can be worried. We can feel worried and we also worry judd. You just snuck in mental behavior okay. You're not getting that. You're not getting that. Pass me okay. Mental behavior as opposed to mental activity. And so that sounds like a behaviorist. Okay so let's pull on that thread just a little bit. Because i think you're you're nodding your kind of eastern. You're giving a nod to either behaviors them or eastern thought in that in that threat. And i know you not to be a behaviorist okay. But but you're straight down the lane about habits and addiction and Forming new habits. And and and so if you look at you know at the buddha he was the story is the word on the street was that he became awakened when he was exploring something called dependent origination which turns out to be the first description of reinforcement learning. He and this was described before paper was even invented. We we wrote a scientific paper on this. I wrote this with a pali scholar. Showing how this is actually been described so the behaviorisms piece. The reinforcement learning was described way back in the buddhist time in the data description. Really encapsulates in kind of been rediscovered in modern day to reinforcement learning. And the not that. I give their whether it's to buddhism our behavior assume is that if you look at how much behavior is driven in a way. That's unhelpful habits. A form ninety five if not more percents of the problems that are formed in the world. The buddha described it as craving leading to separate. You know the behavior is describe it. As wanting to hold onto things that are pleasant we get cravings to hold onto those things and we also get urges to push away things. That are unpleasant of anxiety is unpleasant so we do something to make it. Go away so certainly a nod in both directions and it just depends on how far back historically wanna go is to where the non goes on like it. Okay so this back to your train of thought Is that mental behavior. The activity of your mind. The the stringing together of thoughts. You're saying that anxiety has a psychological component in a physiological component. And so are you agreeing with somatic and cognitive anxiety as a framework for a a sensitivity to the type of anxiety people can have i think but just defined that to make sure that we're talking about the same thing so cognitive anxiety would be excessive worry so anxiety feels like Constantly consumed with what could go wrong later. And my thoughts find themselves in an inner looping Play you know. I can't quite get out of that drama..

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"brewer" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

The Psychology Podcast

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"brewer" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

"That's patriot dot com slash podcast. Okay so why. Do we prefer keith to broccoli like can you explain that to me. Yeah i'd be happy to. And this actually forms a whole section of my book because this is one of the most critical elements. This is like the element of neuroscience. If anybody were to pay attention be to this piece in so Just a tiny bit of background here. You know i've been studying habitat for a long time and one of the probably the most predominance tactic or approach that people take to have change is willpower. You know just eat salad instead of cake or whatever yet as we see with the diet industry for example obesity rates have been going up despite us noticing knowing this formula for decades despite you know programs like weight watchers around forever. So there's something that we're missing there and what we're missing is that that's not actually how our brains work. Willpower is more myth than muscle and at best it gets depleted throughout the day of the those data are controversial. But let's just say at best. Willpower is a limited resource. I think most folks could agree with that so here. It's it's really about looking at what how our brains actually form habits and then taking that and saying okay. Can we turn it on its head. Can we actually change habits using that. Very very powerful part of the brain. And that's really why you know. Why wrote that whole section around why we prefer cake to broccoli our brain. There's a part of our brain called the frontal cortex that actually forms in stores reward value. So you can think of it as making a list of the most rewarding things in the in the in our lives in the least rewarding things most rewarding at the top lease rewarding at the bottom and what it does is it. Uses that list to make quick decisions so we don't have to go in for given a choice between say cake and broccoli you when we've learned the reward value of broccoli when we've learned the reward value of cake it kind of stores those and then it can recall that reward value quickly and instead of having to eat some of each one and decide which one we want or branches launches for the cake because it tastes better from a survival standpoint. That's all about you know calorie density. It's cake is much more calorie dense so we prefer cake to broccoli from neuroscientists standpoint. Because it's more has more calories from a hispanic standpoint. It just tastes better and that better taste is what alerts us to pick that behavior in the future. When given a choice does that make sense. It makes sense to me excellent but no. I hope that make sense to people because you know people just describe distinguish between the wanting and liking system dopamine and it's really important to unpack the difference between wanting and liking absolutely absolutely so we can take a moment to geek out on that. The pleasant taste of cake actually alerts our brain so the first time we cake you could be when we're a kid at a birthday party or whatever. I eat that cake. It's there's a surprise because brain says. Ooh that looks interesting and we try it in our brains. Ooh that's pretty good and we fire dopamine that which lays down that memory that says okay cake taste good remember that and eat cake in the future we also associate that taste with all the environmental cues the around it so the context so if it's a birthday party it's having fun opening presents probably eating some ice cream as well as cake and all of that so laid on this composite reward value when we eat cake for the first time. Then our brains starts shifting how it fires dopamine it shifts away from when we receive when we actually do the behavior to anticipating doing the behavior so the next time we go birthday we see the cake and our brain fires dopamine that as uk. Good go eat it right and so it drives us to go do something so it starts with this. You know the liking quality which is probably more than just dopamine that dopamine fires delayed on that memory that then drives us to want the cake in the future and this is true for any habit so we form of a positive association around drinking alcohol. Same thing if we form a positive association or even a negatively reinforced behavior around smoking. If we're stressed out and we smoke a cigarette and we learn. Oh when i smoke i feel better That also lays down that same type of habit loop so that that urge to go do. The behavior is really dopamine driven up so that was a great description of it. So okay how can we learn and grow from from this though. Like how can we use our more evolved conscious control centers so that we're not being driven by these more subcortical structures that have learned things in the past. Is that a. Is that a fair way to ask the question you can you. It's a fair way to ask the question. But i'm actually gonna ask the question. Is that actually the way that we can actually change. Behaviors right yeah. I'll suggest that that there are a couple of elements here. One is that the more evolved centers are younger and they're weaker so they are actually going to go off line when we get stressed or when we get anxious for example. So it's harder to utilize those in last. Where mr spock. Who doesn't have emotions. So unless we're getting a our prefrontal cortex isn't isn't quite evolved enough to be able to out compete these these more primitive centers and in fact this goes i remember. I wrote a little bit about this in my unwinding anxiety book. There's a relief on the parthenon in greece. From like four fifty. Ad or something. Very very old relief that depicts a horse and a rider and the horse denotes the passions these urges these cravings and the writer depicts our reason our willpower and the writer is trying to take this horse yet. We all know what is stronger. You know so. This debate has been raging for literally for centuries like. How do we actually utilize willpower. And what neuroscience is suggesting is that that might not be the best way to go. And the reason i say that is besides the fact that this is the youngest and weakest part of our brain. If we want to change behavior what would is now. Pretty clear is that we have the only way to change a habit. For example is to update the reward value or to change the reward value in our orbital frontal cortex and this has been shown since the nineteen seventies there are these two researchers scoreline and wagner. Who now have this famous Reinforcement learning reward value curve called the scoreline wagner model which basically says keep doing behavior of especially if it's habitual if you don't update the reward value and if you bring awareness into the equation and this i love about the the interplay between buddhist psychology and modern day psychology and even modern day science is that there's what recoiling anger pointed out was that there was this error term that they called Either a positive or a negative prediction error. Manning that if we don't pay attention and there's a there's the behavior you know eat the cake. We'll see the cake. We eat the cake or not paying attention. That reward is gonna stay the same. And we're just gonna keep that same reward value in our brain if we pay attention when we eat the cake. Let's say it's We've gone to a new bakery or something and we eat a new p new chocolate case. We're really paying attention or like what's this like and it's the best chocolate cake that we've ever had bring us all. Wow that was really good. That gives our brain. What's called the positive prediction error. And it says ou cake from this bakery is killer. You gotta go back there so we lay down this memory. That says ooh that's really good cake bakery or if we'd take the bakery and it's it's not that good our brain says we it gets a negative dictionary. It's expecting.

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"brewer" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"brewer" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Brewer's three outs away from Getting out of town with Syriza victory under their belts. Nerve. Aya's yell Ich Daniel Robertson scheduled here in the ninth against New Reds pitcher Brad Brock. Rock pitched in Game one of the Syriza's When a couple of innings gave up just a base hit. That was it. So Brad Brock works against Omar, nor via zero for four He and Jackie Bradley Jr. The only two brewers in the lineup that have not reached base in some way, shape or form today takes a strike on the inside corner, its own one Rulers, scoring their runs and Bunches free in the first two in the third three in the sixth nerve, Aya's pokes it one foul. Its own, too Cold. Longs had a good day three for five Christian yellow John base twice, including a hitman are behind. Home run from Avi Garcia, his seventh two run shot Willie A. Dominus coming through the big two run single in the first inning. Think of how that inning changed as the pitches popped up foul and its own, too. If Luis Castillo gets out of that bases loaded, two outs situation and does not give up a run in the first He might be totally different. Moving forward Travis Chandra walks the bases loaded to drive in the first run in the new Thomas breaks his bat and comes up with a two run single. Just like that. It's three. Nothing brewers and the complexion of the game totally flipped. 02. Outside of all didn't miss by much. One and two. Freddie Peralta and four and two thirds innings to get a no decision today would pitched well was one out short of qualifying for a win. 12 nor VIAS. It's one sharply towards right diving stop by shock. It's up and throws the first in time could play in the shift. Might have been Kyle Farmer. It was Kyle Farmer. Forgive us eight hours away. So it goes 63 in the put out instead of a 43 put out. In our Via is denied a base hit yellow Shit. The plate one for three. Today's hit.

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"brewer" Discussed on TCEA's Ed Tech Club Podcast

TCEA's Ed Tech Club Podcast

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"brewer" Discussed on TCEA's Ed Tech Club Podcast

"So if you think back to when you were in your kindergarten through twelfth grade education how many of your principals vice principals how many of your campus administrators can you really vividly remember. I can remember a few. I can remember the middle school principal. Who always started the announcements with a good morning. Best middle school. And of course i remember the ones who were friendly who i've got to see a lot for this or that reason being a part of a certain club or doing a certain activity or whatever and now some of you listening may be campus administrators yourself. And what you know that. I didn't back when i was in. School is how an administrator can have a holistic influence on not just a school community but the broader community of which the school is apart. What i'm saying is administrators have a vital role in affecting the lives of not just every student who come through the doors of your campus. Not just the staff and the teachers but also the broader community leadership is a topic we are focusing on at this year's twenty twenty one. Ta convention and exposition online this year. There's still time to sign up by the way and one of our featured focus. Thought leaders is hamish. Brewer is something of an expert on campus leadership and he's known for encouraging students to be relentless to make their voices heard and it's not just some person in a suit standing in the office telling you to make your voices heard. He's also famous for being heavily tattooed for skateboarding in for doing lots of other cool radical things that those principles i remember probably couldn't do but he also has a lot of insight on transforming student outcomes creating student success campus wide. That's why we invited him to our convention featured focus speaker. But because you're a member of the ed tech club we're gonna give you a little preview of principle brewers talk to borrow a phrase from principal. Wallis 'good morning at tech club and get ready for our discussion with hamish brewer talking about leadership talking about his path to success and what he's going to share at our convention. That's all coming up in this meeting of the edtech club and.

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