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"brian howard" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

05:36 min | 8 months ago

"brian howard" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

"For baugh family. It's it's the it's the mayor Moose mitch nathan to has a version of senate the dam of Liam snap her. Dan yada yada within bread. To buy. Tweet is power weeds and then yada yada was bred to whipping. Who is you know. Pretty much a five generation out cross and back produce macy You know who was Who is a a great team winner but by brian. Brian how howard and then miss macy's sewage bet on the song and got map the case where a man had the hybrid vigor part in her and then another generation and then she tong but just assigned something your listeners. Don't want to go and put pedigree they can take a look at that and When you mentioned. I think we're right when you when you mentioned Was miss macy's sue Who'd you say bread with the redness. Fine how how. It used to be tarred manager and was originally and assistant to john. Rude so you know john Was the big leeann. Rats have played a big party. John's mating greater and jobs career. And so the mere yada yada who's in britain to buy three she To towel we was bred by brian. Howlett's because he probably the following what john narrowed and reinvestments and had been advocating which inbreeding too superior female to different individuals. Kate great above and tweak and hair yada yada had this intense inbreeding. To by the power and brian howard. Course you can show the rink going from brian. How did john narrowed to leeann rasmusen. And leon thumbprint all over it this thing and and of course that was that. That's the breeding side of the nehru tree. And then there's the training side of the nehru trae. Which with the scotty show. Offer the carl nascar and down to being welk's and yeah so it it Lots of fruit. Lots of fruit from that orchard. said the wa- in addition to the To the note and actually Before i go to that i you you bring up. The all baas made me think of not this time. I want to mention There were two regional obscurities not obscurities. That's not fair. There were two regional successes the this past week that that I think yesterday. I i tweeted and i called it The the horse you missed over the weekend Not this time by the name of ain't life grand that kelly von hemel sent out to A win in the richard rocky memorial stretched out this not this time and this is an iowa bread and this is not just a nice iowa bread this. This may be a really nice horse. Ain't life grand. And then there was. Also the dominance philly ama- devil She came back and won again. last week. The mackay memorial at This'll down so prairie meadows. And this'll down successes. I wanted to make sure to mention Both of those regional powerhouses. That's good. yeah Abby out bog loop is is a client of ours and we actually been demanding for not this time as well so You know there are these the Really excited with their young stallions. It's like the wind. Chill to be with the gunrunner when chilton three jimmy and so I think You know what we'll find. Is i know that all but wants to buy some phillies. You're in philly. In september that will potentially suit not this time and it's something we've been working on with them For them this week actually so You know i. I think you're gonna find that they're gonna start the branch and get more involved in the breeding side. The obvious for member success. You know by these colts and raising them. I have interesting scene with their philly. Of course they had the phillies from the beginning. The aforementioned to who became their you know.

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"brian howard" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

05:24 min | 8 months ago

"brian howard" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

"For baugh family. It's it's the it's the mayor Mitch mitch nathan to has a version of senate the dam of Liam snap her. Dan yada yada within bread. To buy. Tweet is power weeds and then yada yada was bred to whipping. Who is you know. Pretty much a five generation out cross and back produced macy You know who was Who is a a great team winner but by brian. Brian how howard and then miss macy's sewage bet on the song and got map there the case where a man had the hybrid vigor part in her and then another generation and then she tong but just assigned something your listeners. Don't want to go and put pedigree they can take a look at that and When you mentioned. I think we're right when you when you mentioned Was miss macy's sue Who'd you say bread with the redness. Fine how how. It used to be tarred manager and was originally and assistant to john. Rude so you know john Was the big leeann. Rats have played a big party. John's mating greater and jobs career. And so the mayor yada yada who's been brought to by three she To towel we was bred by. Brian howlett's because he probably the following what john narrowed and reinvestments and had been advocating which inbreeding too superior female to different individuals. Kate great above and tweak and hair yada yada had this intense inbreeding. To by the power and brian howard. Course you can show the rink going from brian. How did john narrowed to leeann rasmusen. And leon thumbprint all over it this thing and and of course that was that. That's the breeding side of the nehru tree. And then there's the training side of the nehru trae. Which with the scotty show. Offer the carl nascar and down to being welk's and yeah so it it Lots of fruit. Lots of fruit from that orchard. said the wa- in addition to the To the note and actually Before i go to that i you you bring up. The all baas made me think of not this time. I want to mention There were two regional obscurities not obscurities. That's not fair. There were two regional successes the this past week that that I think yesterday. I i tweeted and i called it The the horse you missed over the weekend Not this time by the name of ain't life grand that kelly von hemel sent out to A win in the richard rocky memorial stretched out this not this time and this is an iowa bread and this is not just a nice iowa bread this. This may be a really nice horse. Ain't life grand. And then there was. Also the dominance philly ama- devil came back and won again last week. the mackay memorial at This'll down so prairie meadows. And this'll down successes. I wanted to make sure to mention Both of those regional powerhouses now. That's good yeah Abby out bog loop is is a client of ours and we actually been demanding for not this time as well so You know there are these the Really excited with their young stallions. It's like the wind. Chill to be with the gunrunner when chilton three jimmy and so I think You know what we'll find. Is i know that all but wants to buy some phillies. You're in philly. September that will potentially suit not this time and it's something we've been working on with them For them this week actually so You know i. I think you're gonna find that they're gonna start the branch and get more involved in the breeding side the obvious for member except you know by these colts and racing them. I have interesting scene with their philly. Of course they had the phillies from the beginning. The aforementioned to who became their you know.

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"brian howard" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:48 min | 9 months ago

"brian howard" Discussed on KCRW

"I C three AI software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence at Enterprise scale solving previously unsolvable problems. C three A. I. This is Enterprise AI. 83 degrees currently in downtown L. A. It's 4 20 at KCRW. It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Audie Cornish. 2021 US Open has hit its stride in Queens with lots of memorable moments and a slew of up and coming players Joining us Now is sports reporter Howard Brian Howard. Welcome back to the show. It's good to be here. We're going to get into some of the ups and downs of this tournament so far, but let's just start with last night, There was a men's match that felt Much closer than the final score. Tell us about it. Well, it was between it was a North American battle between the two of the up and coming rising stars. Felix O. J. L. Yasim from Canada and Frances Tiafoe of the United States and FAA, as he's called J. Al Yaseen made the quarter finals at Wimbledon just a few months ago and It was a really, really tight fight one by FAA, and he's going on to his second quarter final of the year. But, um it was a really nice battle because you could see the future. This whole U. S open. Has been marked by Serena Williams. Not being there by Venus Williams Not being there by Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal Not being there, but a little bit. During this tournament, you can see a little bit of the future a little bit of hope that all is not lost when the big guys retire. Side. Note to this is you had two black players under the lights at Arthur Ashe Stadium Significant moment. I think so. I try not to over emphasize that simply because there was so many great players. And when you think about having an African American presence you have had Venus and Serena for almost 30 years, so it's not as that You can't see it. On the men's side. However, it is significant on the men's side. There aren't many African American players, and there aren't many black players. In North America that are really playing at a high level. So to see those two players perform at Arthur Ashe Stadium of all places. It is significant, even though it's a little bittersweet because it's not as though the sport Couldn't use what we saw under the lights last night. The reason why I ask is not because they are rare as players but because we heard from Sloane Stephens right. She had a third round loss to Angelique Kerber, she said after that, She found that you got something like 2000 messages, um, abusive ones on social media that you know, cited her race and talked about her as a woman. And can you talk about kind of how that was received? How the tennis press covered it. This is hostile territory. I think Sloane Stephens has been one of the more brave players on the women's tour. And these examples really do show the the other side of social media and especially generationally when you're somebody With at times, Stevens age where this is very much the cultural currency of their generation. Well, 2000, abusive messages is a lot of messages, whether you get them in the mail or you get them on your phone. Well, exactly, no matter how you do it, but the difference here is that it's such a two way communication and so much of it as public. It is really devastating and really, really damaging, and the players have to figure out ways to sort of navigate what is an incredibly hostile environment. It's one thing when I'm working at a newspaper and get 100 letters or something. It's not two way I open it or I don't open it. But here it flood your inbox. It fled your timelines and everything else and And it's very, very difficult to escape. And this generation of players has to deal with that sort of unwanted level of interaction in a way that none of us had ever had ever had to deal with in the past. And you saying that reminds me that there are actually even teenagers making a splash in this major, right, Carlos Al Karez is one of them. And as you mentioned, people were kind of hand wringing over the lack of big names in the tournament this year. We talk about this during the tournament, and I think one of the one of the great things about sports is sometimes you have to ask yourself. Are you watching for the player? Are you watching for the game? And when you've had a generation of Serena and Venus and you had a generation of Rafah and Roger and all these phenomenal players, you seem sometimes you realize that it is about the player. And it's kind of hard to say goodbye. But the one thing that I have enjoyed about this tournament is that you realize how much I love the game because these young players are showing you the way that the the sport is in really good hands. Howard Brian of Meadowlark Media. You can hear him on NPR's weekend edition. Thank you for sharing your love of tennis with us. No, My pleasure. Thank you. Big news from Mars this weekend, A small helicopter zipped around its surface, and as NPR's Geoff Brumfield reports, it's exceeding all expectations. The helicopter was carried to Mars on the much larger perseverance Rover. So far, the rover has rolled a little over mile. But the helicopter has gone further. It's whizzing ahead. It is not a race. Absolutely not a race. Headed Xanatos. NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory is the operations lead for the Mars helicopter, which is called ingenuity. He is also an avid drone pilot. I love going out to a park and flying fixed wing rotorcraft helicopter squads. But flying on Mars said NATO's will tell you is a completely different ball game. There are two big problems. First, the atmosphere is only about 1% of the atmosphere on Earth to be able to fly in 1% of Earth's density. You need a vehicle that's very, very light. Second, it takes many minutes for a signal from a remote control on Earth to reach a drone on Mars, so ingenuity can't be remote control to test to fly itself. Everything needs to be our times. The aircraft needs to be able to control itself. Respond to wind gusts respond to changes in how the aircraft itself is performing. And that's a big part of fine. Nobody has flown around on Mars before, because in the past the computers and cameras a drone would need for autopilot just weighed too much ingenuity has solved that problem, though, using some super lightweight microchips we are using, um Some of the most powerful computers we've ever sent out into space, and that just happens to be a cellphone processor from a couple of generations back. That's right. Cellphone processors like the ones in your pocket right now are flying a drone on Mars, and it is flying. In August, ingenuity flitted across a group of sand dunes in an area of Mars known as Ceta. It was terrain the perseverance Rover couldn't drive through. They've got a very long distance to get around the bottom of Sita, and they're coming on their way. Now North I I know you said it doesn't erase. But you won. You got there first, you know? No, it is not a race. Uh, so I mean, we got you know we are the forward Scout. Scouting. The ground for perseverance is a big part of ingenuity is mission. That's in part because the little helicopters just a test vehicle. It's not designed for scientific research. Xanatos thinks that will change in the future. Though drones will become valuable explorers rode a craft can fly up to a cliff side wall and take images of a cliff. We can dive into caves. Having that completely random perspective is something that that we think is going to blow the doors open on exploration of Mars, and it's not just Mars. NASA is working on a giant drone to explore Saturn's moon Titan. The thing is the size of a small car, and if you're wondering how that's going to work well, Elizabeth Turtles, the principal investigator of the tight emission, says it turns out the moon is a perfect place to fly. It's got a thick atmosphere and not a lot of gravity. So physically, it's actually easier to fly on Titan than it is on on Earth Turtle and the rest of her team are closely watching ingenuity is progress. It's a chance for them to learn about flying on other worlds. But also, she says, it's cool. It's just really exciting, you know, see a vehicle flying on another planet. Although ingenuity isn't flying right this second, it's sitting on the surface of Mars, waiting for the perseverance Rover to catch up. But again, it's not a race. Jeff Brumfield NPR news This is NPR news. KCRW. Sponsors include FX Networks presenting impeachment American Crime Story, a limited series examining the events that led to the first.

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"brian howard" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"brian howard" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Aaron like it, said Brian Howard have the 34th and 35th best seats in the house. Today they are in the flag stand for today's race. Here's Ryan Marine. When the field of 33 comes out of turn four to take the start of the 150, Indianapolis 500 Brian Howard and arid Lycans will have the best view that money can't buy. Howard and lichens are the official starters. It will spend the afternoon in the flag stand perched just above the yard of bricks. For Howard. This will be his 15th time flagging the 500. He says. There was nothing like the view with the field roaring towards the green flag from the starter. Stand thistles, the only event that we do three abreast when the cars come off before and start heading down the straightaway taking that format. It's a really unique and awesome view to have because you're looking right down on him and you're seeing him. Take that formation. Lichens who was the official starter of the road to Indy got that view For the first time last year, he thought he was going to spend the race assisting Howard in the flag stand until he got the call that he had been waiting for since he first started dreaming of flagging races at the age of three. About lab 50 address here. Hey, Aaron. You're up. So that was a lifelong dream for built like that. Just being at the front of that stand for one lap is the biggest honor and privilege. I think anybody that's ever held a flag in a restriction have both men revere the legendary names that came before them, like have a Dan and Dwayne sweetie Howard says he's developed a style all his own. Lichens has consciously incorporated elements of his predecessors techniques. I just do one hand over the other and this facility I like to face the cars. So instead of doing out over the stand, I stand in front of the cars and do it with drivers can see it. My hero Growing up was doing Sweeney, the starter here. 79 about 97. Brian has a move. I absolutely love. I have That little move, so it's a little hodgepodge of many different starters and qualifying. My freezes a car comes across sort of reminiscent of the Dan on the track. He really can't have that same cell elevated but just sort of a mix of everyone else and making up my own. Howard says that while all eyes will be on the flag stands for the start of the race. His eyes will be on the turn four suites as he prepares to give the green flag with grace director talks of the front row and he tells them with he expects on the start way usually start listening about the end of the sweets here on the outside of the track. You're coming down the front straightaway in this around That area is where He's gonna call green on We're going to respond. And this sensation as the field comes by after completing the 1st 2.5 miles, the first left that come at speed, you forget to breathe. It's a singular moment of the entire year that e could try to describe it, but the words would definitely failed. But you enjoy the insight..

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MN leads Midwest, but falls short on electric vehicles

Climate Cast

04:09 min | 1 year ago

MN leads Midwest, but falls short on electric vehicles

"The purchasing power of the federal government to buy clean zero emission vehicles that are made in source right here in america. That's president joe biden. He wants to electrify the federal fleet to help reduce transportation greenhouse gas emissions but our consumers and states ready to follow. I'm npr chief meteorologist. Paul hutton are here with climate. Cast the american council for an energy efficient economy tracks eib progress their state policy director. Brian howard is here. Hi brian hey all great to be with you today. So this is some pretty big news on the ev front. I president biden's plan and then gm announces its goal to sell only electric vehicles by twenty thirty five. Are we approaching a tipping point here for these. I think so. We've continued to see a steady growth in the av market Even this year despite all the challenge of the covid so you with those activities that are coming from federal government and from a major auto manufacturers. I think we are reaching invasion point about what transportation electric vacations gonna look like in the united states and correct me if i'm wrong but these are only about two percent of the market right now. Why is this such a huge scale of opportunity for vs to reduce these transportation emissions to start with the transportation sector is responsible for about eight percent of greenhouse gas emissions in the united states which is the largest emitter based on kind of the sectors. That are out there So when we're to convert interro combustion engines and move that over to electric vehicles. There's a significant emissions reduction benefit which obviously helps with climate. But then also there's a number of other residual really important benefits as it relates to public health that you get from electrifying transportation. Well in one of those. I assume is jobs right because it's not just the vehicles you need the right infrastructure charging infrastructure. You need the right policies to move these things along which states are leading on this front of the hundred points that we looked at california scored. Ninety one next in line was new york at sixty three point. Sixty three point five which is obviously a pretty deep differentiation between the numbers. And how does minnesota rank minnesota is twelfth based on our evaluation which is a leader in the midwest but certainly is behind the national leaders in the top ten. What is minnesota doing. Well and where is there a need for faster. Progress with vs. So minnesota's done a number of things well Minnesota has done a really good job of articulating. How utilities could invested infrastructure. The state has also taken some initial steps to ratify california's zero emission vehicles regulations which would set that manufacturers need to sell a certain number of electric vehicles from passenger like vehicles in the state of which is being considered. Now you know there are some things that clearly need improvement They have identified that the absence of statewide incentives for electric vehicles is a challenge in something that they need to address. One thing. We should touch on right when we're charging an electric vehicle. It matters where that power came from right absolutely. And so what. Are you seeing with trends of different states. That have More renewable energy than other places when it comes to being able to charge navy with that we are seeing a an overall positive trend in terms of having states move towards outer percent clean energy for their for their grids. There's also a lot of states that are taking that activity very seriously and providing interim goals about how they're going to get to that low carbon future minnesota as an example is considering how to deal with that now in the legislature But other states have already shown us the way. Brian howard state policy director with the american council for an energy efficient economy. Thanks so much for sharing your perspective. Climate cast today. It's great to be here. Thanks so much for the time.

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"brian howard" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"brian howard" Discussed on WTOP

"Now, more than ever, we must keep on doing whatever it takes to slow the spread of covert 19. In other words, where the damn mask keep on Maryland, brought to you by the Maryland Department of Health. Money news at 25 55 West Coast, maybe a leader in electric vehicles, But the D C area actually ranks extremely high for actions and it's set is to provoke them Maryland in terms of its success, it did very well in the incentives category. Well, DC scored. Very well on a the outcome section based on strong per capita electric vehicle and electric vehicle charging infrastructure per capita. Virginia doesn't pretty decent job kind of all around on all the categories. That's Brian Howard at the nonprofit American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy. DC, ranks third in its report for promoting TV's Maryland is fourth Eve. These are getting cheaper, but many buyers they're still wary, especially when it comes to driving distance and charging. Certainly we have to get folks be more comfortable with feeling as though they're able toe charge there. Vehicle quickly and not have gaps where they're not able to be able to use that making sure that there is adequate and robust charging infrastructure around transportation arteries as well as in areas throughout states is a key consideration. Jeff Global Wtlv news just like last Saturday. We're talking about a snowy Sunday in the forecast details when we checked traffic and weather next, it's 6 26. We're closing in on the big game, and you think you know the winner When I win some money? This is Dave Johnson Fanduel Sports book is live. Virginia. If you live in Virginia, or you want to drive over to Virginia, you could place a bet on Fanduel Sports Park. It is the 55th edition of the Big Game. Exclusive 55 to 1 Hudson Fanjul Sports book. Here's how it works. If you ever tried Fanduel before new users can bet on either team and get 55 to 1 odds when the Chiefs play the bucket ears that his little is $5 with $235. If you pick the winner of the big game on February, 7th, I know chiefs defending chance that bucket there is, you might say the home field advantage and that quarterback they call the goat. Vandal Sports book So easy to use. The fast withdraws Fanduel pager weddings and his little is 24 hours. So just download the Fanjul sports book AB and make sure you use the promo Go Dave Johnson. They get started. That's Fanduel Sports Book from Oko. Dave Johnson Must be 21 Plus the President Virginia New users only must wager a designated boost market deposit required Next Bones two and $25 see full terms of sports book that vandal dot com Gambling problem called 100 gambler. W T O P. Stop Kids Awards in partnership with no Midwest Federal Credit Union recognizes kids doing amazing things in our community know a special kid in your life who always goes above and beyond. To help out their classmates,.

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"brian howard" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"brian howard" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"23. Right now. It's a 12 point advantage. You wondered how this one might play out because of all the ties and how these two programs are intertwined. You have two head coaches who played together on a pair of national championship teams on the hill. Down there. Thompson Boling Arena, Kentucky with four players from the state of Tennessee. Today. It's been all lady balls. Patterson and McKinney will bring it up against the trap. They just get it into McKinney. Right side Lady balls still showing a trap. They come to why it left side, the Massengill Howard, not in the game. Right now. It's Massengill bent on McKinney, Patterson and Wyatt and the Lady Balls. They're gonna get whistle for kicking the basketball is Master Gil tried to go inside the Wyatt. They were in a 23 zone, Tennessee and they extended that out well above the art trying to trap Kentucky was ready for it just didn't get the good pass down low to get a lay up for Todd. Ask the girl takes it right side. Kentucky's seen Tennessee Switch defense's back more to Amanda Man style He's been free throw line goes to the basket, right hand scoop shot, good to make it a 10 point game. Good to see on top 38 28 or 23 to go in the third quarter. Now, Davis sees a trap gets it across half court. Davis off the barrel wide open three right wing is good. 41 20 States the score or awake to play in the third quarter 43 pointer for Tennessee. That one was just too easy Once, Davis Is able to beat the trap here's been trying to respond. Left quarter three got it and it's 41 31. 3 50 to go on Now Tennessee slows it down again to a snail's pace. Now they quickly working up before to Davis near side. Davis gets down to the right baseline, throws it back to horse today. Kentucky and 23 zone. Orson backs out right side high 15 to shoot. Lobs. It's tomorrow Key in the high post. The pain is wide open right now for the lady balls. They find horse and cutting to the basket. She missed the runner. But nobody boxes out. Martha swore is coming from the other side, and she puts the offensive rebound back up in the end. 43 31, Kentucky did everything right except find a man and box out. Right around his Patterson driving got fouled by horse to no whistle. Patterson pulls up from 19 Outfront. No good rebound Davis Davis off the barrel. It's one on one with Patterson, Burrell's runner. No good grabbed her own rebound puts it up from five left side. That one's no good loose on the floor. Burrell picked it up a third time. Now those swing it back out the horseman and re set off the barrel right wing. Rail inside tomorrow. Key double team. There's a foul two free throws coming up for the lady balls. My investment. Yeah. Come on. I got a new job that fouls on Massengill, her first team second of the third. What do you mean? What? Marky trying to touch her jersey back end. So we have a little bit of a delay here before she shoots the free throws. Free throw is up and good. All right. Second attempts that one comes off rebound. Olivia Owens, who just checked in for Kiki, Mechanic Brian Howard, also back into the game, pushes the ball up to Master Gil Left wing in the half court. Tennessee up by 13 44 31 Master Gil right side to Patterson 2.5 minutes to go third quarter. Patterson's free throw lines can't get the Now she finally gets it downloaded Owens one on one with Keogh and puts it off the glass. No good rebound loose on the floor. It's gonna go out of bounds last touched by Kentucky. Nobody went after the ball. It's never right. Okay, Come on, boy. Tennessee up 44 31 Marta Suarez trying to inbound it is Ryan Howard was face guarding horsemen will come towards the baseline. Get the inbounds and quickly races in the front court bit and went for a steal that left Port Horst and loose She goes underneath to skittle off for the lay up and the lady balls her back up by 15, matching their largest lead 46 to 31 with 206 to go into third, and Kentucky will.

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"brian howard" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"brian howard" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"You very much, Tony. How about a little college basketball Talk show? He should be a good one tonight. KFC Yum Center as Louisville finally cracks the top 25 coming in seven and one. They're walking me in eight and one and 19 right. Virginia Tech. Against Casey. I'm sorry, the Hokies coming this game to know old in the A. C C for just the fourth time since joining the conference in 2004 in 2005, but coach Chris Mac there's a lot of things in play right now, having a better than expected your some would say, but important one thing on his mind one thing taking a priority that is developing the young players on this team we're gonna have Ups and downs with Gray Davis. We're gonna have ups and downs with JJ trainer even some of our soft Moore's. I mean, I think you see it game in game out. Just got to continue to hold him to a standard continue to try to improve them individually continue to try to crystallize. You know what we do on both ends of the floor and their mind so they could own more reactive and not thinking it just unfortunately takes a lot of time. Meanwhile, after playing its first to ace, you see games on the road five of the Cardinals next seven games in January. I'll be at home Home. Rogers and Bob Valvano hit the airwaves tonight. Here on news radio 8 40 WHS starting at five o'clock after Terry Minors over the women's college basketball. The 10th ranked Kentucky women are being recognized following their big wins over 10th, ranked Arkansas and 12th 12th, ranked Mississippi State that his junior guard Brian Howard, was named. SEC Naysmith Trophy Player of the week. Also, for the first time ever, the United States Basketball Writers Association has handed the Kentucky women's basketball team their team of the week honors. This is the first Time they've done that. The cats are off to college station by the way tomorrow for a showdown with Texas A and M that over on talk radio 10 80 w. K. J. K, starting at 8 15 with Darren at Darin Headrick. Also tomorrow night, the 18th, ranked Indiana who's Your Women will try to rebound from their Tuesday loss at Maryland as they visit Penn State and the bellman. Women are back at it. Saturday, their in the music city in nationals. They opened a son. Play it lives come With the first of two games that against the Bison's staying in the volunteer state. The Titans returned to the practice field today as they prepare for their home playoff game against the Ravens at Nissan Stadium. The Titans come in at 11 in five seeded fourth after winning the A F C South title, the Titans remember upset the Ravens last season. Meanwhile, the offensive coordinator Arthur Smith is a wanted man reports that all six NFL teams looking for head coach are interested in the 38 year old Smith. He began his coaching career in 2000 and nine that is a grad assistant for North Carolina and Alabama. Wide receiver Devante Smith is the winner of the 2020 Heisman Trophy. He's the first wide receiver to win the coveted award that since Michigan's Desmond Howard did it in 1991. The other finalists were Alabama's quarterback, Mac Jo. Was Clemson quarterback Trevor Laurence. And, of course, Florida quarterback Kyle Trask. Smith had 105 catches with 1641 receiving yards and 21 touchdowns from scrimmage. And I'd be remiss if I didn't give a mention a big big event happened last night. Probably not. A lot of people saw it because it didn't start till 9 30 bucks. Many were labeling this sort of miracle to that was the United States going up against the heavily heavily favored Canadians. At the World Junior Championships in Edmonton last night. Once again, USA Hockey wins the world Junior Championships red, white, blue and gold. On. Don't let the word junior fool you. That team is loaded with.

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"brian howard" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"brian howard" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"Back with brian. howard. Brian talk about the afc. The american institute of conservatives and what the guidelines mean and how they might help your endeavour to promote standards within the field while the american institute for conservation is our national organization. I think there are about three thousand members. I'm guessing at this point. Approximately half. maybe. Two thirds are graduate trained conservatives. Say code of ethics and the code of ethics essentially. What's required in a project. How we approach. What we do is that. There's an expectation of full documentation both written and photographic documentation before eddie treatment begins also consultation with the curatorial staff. If one does exist dan also. The principles of reversibility are very important in terms of the materials. We use to do our work. So if we're going to be doing retouching or in painting will use unim- painting palette that has a medium that can be reversed with certain solvents that will not damage the original or underlying structure. Getting repairs be made. They should be distinguishable from the original either by marking replacement. Part or putting in some sort of fluorescent marker just having understand that we can determine what's original in what's been done we've really struggled. I really think that. And the day. I say is debated this for years about certification. We never seem to get to the point. Where that gets -ccomplish d-. I live in two worlds. I'm a little conflicted. I probably would never have gotten into the graduate program now. Thirty years ago in mid eighties. I was somewhat of anomaly. Even then there were three or four of us who got in that year in the various programs who came out of more of a trades. Background may academic. We had all that completed but we worked for a few years doing something else right now. The academic requirements are so difficult to meet. And there's so many incredibly qualified applicants who have all the academic credentials that one could ever hope for and more most are coming in with at least one masters already behind them before they apply to program and conservation. But having that being said i think so many years have been spent in academic training that the hands on training in whatever field in might be i think is somewhat reduced. They take ten students per year per program. There's three or four programs in the country so at any given time we're going to be dumping thirty more people back into the field of conservation. It's difficult in that most institutions at this point usually have budget reduction especially now with everything is being impacted. I've been trying to. I've had the need to hire folks and typically large industrial artifacts is not something that really sort of falls within the purview of conservation programs. Finding somebody who's either interested in this type of material or actually has any experience of side of academia has been difficult. So i don't i really answered you about. Hey i see it's an important organization in the public. I wish people knew we existed. People know about restoration. They don't really know what conservation is. I think we could do better public relations in that area the organization has been there and has been supportive and certainly has pushed and been an advocate for those principles. That i spoke of. I wish they had gone further with accreditation. Because i think there's just different skill levels. And i think that gives a those of us in the field a little more credibility but there is a inherent schism between the person comes up through an apprentice program and those who've gone through graduate training. I don't think it's a lack of mutual respect. But i think there's a fear i think there's a fear on the part of the non graduate trained conservator that this certification is going to basically exclude them and since we have at least half to third of our organization non-graduates trained. It's hard to get a vote to say. Let's go with certification. There's some other privately. Funded institutions like the revs institute and so forth collier operation down in florida. Who have made an effort to promote and respect the same philosophies that you and professional conservators employ. I'm wondering if you've had a chance to work with other organizations on some interesting projects and what some of those most interesting projects might have been. I can't give much information because we don't have it yet. But there's a project coming in. Its very early indian motorcycle. That's essentially untouched. And it's coming to us because collier recommended us which. I didn't even know he knew us. They recommended that the owner bring it to us. So that's coming next week and definitely wants conservation restoration. I feel like at least the words getting out. That conservation is an option to be considered. And that's all i've tried to do. We can't do every project but we do want to have the opportunity to at least be an advocate for it advocate for conservation. That's all. I want to do in the car. Collecting world let them know that. Maybe you have a car. That's just too important or two unique or to unusual to just let that information or that originality lost if conservation can help in any way. Just consider that i. I have to ask you brian. Is there a dream project out there whether it's a vehicle or something else. Is there something you'd like to have fork lifted into your studio. I lived the dream really. I'm a guy from a little tiny fishing village in new brunswick canada. I've got to go to institutions. That i didn't even know existed when i was younger. And i certainly didn't imagine that would be allowed to be involved in those projects. I love every project. We've done some driven me crazy. I'll give you that. But we worked. On abraham lincoln's the took him to ford's theatre. I've got to work on new don sculpture at the virginia capital of worked in the us. Senate i mean never in my wildest dreams did. I think i would ever get to do that. I don't think there's a project that's out there that i just can't wait to have the chance to work on. I'm just amazed that. I've got to work on what i've already worked on as regards your personal collection as it were. You'd mentioned a great model t. Hacker there any other cars in your garage. There's a sixty three e one hundred pickup. That's rust free. That's where we're hoping to get that done someday. Thousand forty seven dodge pickup truck that i restored to get christmas trees and pumpkins with my children. In by the time. I got it done. They were too old even wanna ride with me let alone go get pumpkins. Sounds like you're a pickup truck guy like the trucks and then i have a fifty six chevy nomad that my marriage hinges upon what i do with it. That's a great car. it's a great car. I bought it a number of years ago. When i had a lot less knowledge than i have now it looked good. I went down to alabama and bought. It brought it back and then start looking at it. It's a little rougher than i thought. I wanted to make a car that was going to drive. So it's going to arrest ahmad with. I was going to put a corvette engine in it and change a suspension. And i've done all that. And i actually. I had that go out to a shop. I learned some valuable lessons. One as i should listen to my wife she really sky as somewhat shady and just expect people to be. If they say they're going to do something i foolish. You believe that they're going to. I tried to live that way so this guy took us very very long and expensive for car. That's half done. And i had to go repo my own car from the shop so i took my two boys another big guy and we showed up with a rollback and took it out of the shop. And it's now covered over in my barn and usually mentioned my Joe knows how much it costs us. syria ago. What color are you going to paint the nomad to toner one to. I'm going to go with rich collars and it's going to be basically the orange and then the white it's a great look. This may be turned over to one of my sons. It may never be my project. Well sometimes these projects do have anniversaries in the as legates. We all need a lego project. Will right it. Sounds like you've got quite a legacy you've had a hand in bringing so many important objects back to life. Some of them with four wheels whether their artillery wheels or pneumatic tires on steel. Rims you've had a great hand and bring a lot of really important vehicles back to life and it's been a great pleasure to speak with you. Look forward to having back on the program and talking about.

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"brian howard" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"brian howard" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"We're going to bring in an expert in the senate. Such we started out in my garage. I worked for the state of pennsylvania. Worked for the museum commission and my graduate program brought me to pennsylvania brought me to carlisle. The i didn't know also. It was sort of a car. Mecca in and of itself. I was here until kind of was convenient. We had a very small studio. Because i was working on small artifacts time as i worked for the state after about twelve years the state of pennsylvania after spending a lot of money building conservation facility decided they were going to outsource and i had the good fortune of being in the right place at the right time. They got to outsource to me. So that's how. I really started while. It's half jokingly but my older son graydon i think. He was challenged as a young driver. He ended up becoming indentured in my shop. Five having to work to pay off the dented fender on the pickup truck. Or whatever. I love it. Henry ford's company store so brayden was indentured. I never did get a paycheck. Just got a new fender. Or whatever is he got older he worked outside of the business for awhile and then came in as i needed more help. And then he encouraged me to build a bigger studio so we moved to a different location built. Twenty five hundred square foot. I thought was the biggest studio. I'd ever need in my life and also it was an investment that i never did see any return on other than i got to work there for ten years about five years ago. He said we need a bigger studio at that point. Colin was first and so he wasn't there but we had two other another conservative and brayden. Tonight there were three of us any said while. I saw this great property. It's still in carlisle. It's a farm. It's got this huge bar in their two houses on the property so we now have this eighteen thousand square feet so as that time we grew we have two other conservators. carol reed. who does our textiles scott cobra. Who's an object's conservative. Trained in england brayden been working with its degree in history but his work with me for about twenty years and colin went through mcpherson. And he's back joelene my wife who was a nurse and that we begged her to retire and so she's running the business. Well what a great family affair and along with the help from some colleagues obviously a part of the family too. That is really a great story. Your question was about bringing people in and we do a lot of different projects right now. We have blacksmith. That's working with us. Where we're doing a project for the arlington national cemetery. So this isn't car related but as part of what we do. So we have a blacksmith and we certainly have had mechanics whereas helped us with issues. We've had engines that had to be rebuilt which is not our expertise. Many the museum pieces their static being fully operational is not really what their focus is for us it becomes down to the interiors in the surfaces and stabilizing and proving generally how they look although i guess there might be some modicum of satisfaction knowing that an object can actually run or operate as well if it had to be called on to do that. I'm not an advocate for something. Never to be used. I think conservatives who work in a museum often say don't run the clock. Don't run the steam engine because it may be damaged because our goal is to preserve something forever but in a practical sense. A collector doesn't want something. That's just sitting on a shelf for sitting in garage band. And i think both can happen. We've talked about putting in temporary seats. Take out the drivers so we're going to destroy the leather. If it's fragile or frail it will fab upa seat. That can be used so that your can be driven without damaging at least original components. So there's a lot of things that can be accomplished but it's thinking outside the box finding ways to do something that typically hasn't done as a conservative. It's not my place to tell someone to do. We're an interesting group of people. I'm thankful for my roots which tend to be a said. They're blue collar. And we've had to be practical and we had make things work within a budget. I only offer suggestions and thoughts. Why something might be problematic or what you might wanna think about. The person who owns it has the right to do whatever they please. I hope to be a resource rather than a source of irritation. Take a short break. But we'll be right back a moment of time. A new podcast from kirk come media currently twenty one years old and today like magic defended from her fingertips down to the of yourself because the world needs you and be every do go to that. Asked about me was ready to spit on my drinks. 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"brian howard" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

08:32 min | 1 year ago

"brian howard" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"Being restored there and then come back brand new brand new and they're essentially have no relationship to the original object others. I imagine would be shuffled off into old barns on the east coast and they're ready for the termite bill by the time you get a hold of them. Their goal was to make something look again as new as possible. And so there was no consideration for documenting where the striping was. What really was the actual color pieces. We get stripped. All the structural work could be done and then they get repainted. Usually with so. I was at least give a piece is so far gone. That conservation might not be appropriate that you should at least document understand what the color was understand where you're striping patterns were placed so at least if you do a restoration. You could do inaccurate accurate restoration for twenty years. I lecture to them and some people sort of considered it. And i wasn't mandating that every piece get conserved and i don't do that for anything because it's not my place to place value judgments on objects but the amount of time and money that would be required to bring it back to. That point. Might not be really sensible to do or a piece may be so far gone. There's no way you can salvage original paint and at that point you decide to yourself. Well i'm going to restore it to perfect original condition right but if you've done the documentation and close examination then you least you know what a perfect original condition was. This is something that really wasn't embrace. Maybe even thirty years ago. Obviously the whole tenor and philosophy in the car. World has changed since then. But that's what makes our such a very interesting conversation because you were in on the ground floor not just with your museum object experience but with these carriages that presented some very specific problem. What are the things. I enjoy most is actually getting to have that kind of intimacy. If you will with the artifact normally we're looking at things that are behind barriers and never to be touched or they're enough in a barn and never seen to really have a chance to see how these pieces the construction in the materials and the craftsmanship. It was a real privilege. And i've discovered that even in the pieces that look most decrepit. There's enough information left that if you're really looking carefully you can begin to see what it was and have hoped that it might come back to something close to what was well. That's really fascinating. I guess that leads me to my next question. You into the cars. Because we're going to talk about cars pattern. Clearly the vehicles you restore of the most important cars around by grew up in a home where i think every three years. My dad bought a new ford. So i got to spend time in car showrooms. Those were the good days. I guess cars are always part of my life. A grandfather took an engine out of a model t. and put it in his boat and put the body down over the bank into the swamp. So i remember as a child going to find that model or what was left of it and then early on my brother and i. We had a thirty one chevy truck that we tried to begin a restoration. We realized we didn't have the skills or the money. Money was the bigger problem. Initially sweet loved cars. It just kind of what we did. And then as i started working on carriages i started seeing that some of these same principles might be able to be applied. I bought a i have a nineteen. Twenty model t. depot hack. I went to an auction. Which is a dangerous thing to do. And i got there late so i didn't actually get to see the car. I just got to see it as we got to the auction. It was on the screen and by started bidding. And we'll congratulations the red mist. Got you a real red herring. I guess but it was a barn. Find it was completely original condition. And i thought let's see what we can do with. I mean essentially. It was very similar to encourage world. They're known as bronson wagons. So if you took bronson wagon took the horse off of it and put the front of a model t at you have the depot hack about nine. Ten years ago. I bought that and completely took the body off stabilize hit some deteriorated would fabricated some pieces. That had missing some of the battens on the bottom of the door. Put it all back together and made it run and so i can drive it now that i've learned how but it was really my first temp to show that a car can be maintained in original condition. Still be used and that's a topic in itself. That's a fascinating topic. The notion of a sympathetic restoration that gets all the mechanical perfect but preserves the aesthetic and historic technically of the object. That's fascinating. I've got an old buddy named herb harris who's a bit of a motorcycle collectors and herb toll years ago. Something i never forgot. He said robert. There's no such thing. As original -solutely in other words cleaned the machine make it as absolutely pristine as you could make it. But don't remove the history. I'm seeing cars. That people are afraid to remove dark. It's true for one thing. Dirt is actually holding moisture causing more deterioration and it doesn't really present the vehicle as it would have been last used. It was showing what's happened with thirty or forty years of neglect absolutely true. So right now we have three cars from the vanderbilt collection. Hyde park new york first off. We thought they're all in original condition. And then obviously the more you get to work on them you realize. Now there's been changes made to all of them. Well you know. It's funny how fifty year old paint can all of a sudden look like original paint at sold but you realize the car was paid at thirty years into its life exactly and some of these early cars were painted more often because the pain was deteriorating and especially on people who had the ability to pay for it they wanted everything perfect but a large part of what we do. Just remove years of grime and greece from the undercarriage. That dirt didn't need to be there. It was deteriorating opponents of the automobile once it was removed we could then begin to see what the vehicle really was. How the engineering and machining. That was used was now again an obvious once we looked at it under the dirt and grime. It was all lost. I do marvel at some of the recent high-profile auctions were old mercedes. Going might be rolled out. It's been in the garage and accumulated as much dust as what a king tut's artifacts. It's amazing how that dirt and grime just excites the greed gland of some bidder. Who thinks that all of a sudden he's going to pay an extra two hundred thousand dollars or three hundred thousand dollars to be the one who gets to literally clean the car for the first time in forty years. Well that's a high price to pay for something that as you say has to come off to even begin to appreciate what the object is and also some of the processes that we discussed about consolidation of paint. Have flaking paint. We don't want to consolidate the dirt so obviously if we can carefully clean those or at least reduce the dirt it allows us to get our consolidation and put the paint back down to before we do a final cleaning. We don't leave paintings filthy. I think being able to appreciate the a painting or a mural in obviously hundred years of discolored dharma damara varnish. You're not seeing really what it is. There's a cleaning we did here. I think it's on the crane. Simplex that the car looked like it was a yellow. Ker upon removing the discolored varnish. That car actually had a varnish layer on it it's actually was a medium green so it changed from yellow dr green because it was just that color shift and so those are things that we think are important to do often. When we're working on a piece. I don't wanna remove all sense of use. There's evidence of use and almost everything we work on. It's not just decorative art but a utilitarian piece. This is going back to my earlier days but there was a period of time that i was doing domestic architecture restoration in connecticut and we're actually dismantling eighteenth century houses moving in putting a backup that's because of their location along now very busy highways as opposed to some colic setting so we took these house down hit. We put stares back in. In some cases or treads were missing. So okay there's a whole flight of stairs. Three treads missing. Do we put these three treads back in and cause wear or do we remove all the ones that are worn thin so it was always trying to find out. What was the appropriate approach. I never wanted to remove the sense of how this house was lived in. Or how this artifact was used so maybe just a little cone cavity to that particular. Plank would be in order to maintain the continuity of the whole right detroit electric that again. The park service had belonged to thomas. Edison and there was an area that was completely worn on the top of the door. And there's a picture of him standing with his hand in this area. George washington slept here was a natural place. When you open the door you put your hand and we thought well that has the stay. That's evidence how this car was used where we stood how. We opened the door how he handled the car. Basically i said i've tried to take the principles of conservation that i applied to the carriages over the past twenty years and sort of begin to introduce that to the car collecting world. We worked on a number of vehicles at the studebaker museum. By that connection. We oxley then had an opportunity to speak at nam. North american auto museums lectured there a couple of different times just again introducing conservation to a new group of people. It's hard to convince some people that conservation.

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"brian howard" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"brian howard" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"From media i think conservatives who work in zamel often say. don't run the clock. Don't run the steam engine because it may be damaged because our goal is to preserve something forever but in a practical sense. A collector doesn't want something. That's just sitting on a shelf for sitting in a garage bay. And i think both can happen. That was the voice of bryant. Howard our guest today on cars that matter. This is that matter. This is robert. Ross with cars that matter. Welcome to another episode with a very interesting guests today. Brian howard principal conservative at biard howard and associates. Bryant it's great to have you on the show. Thank you very much. Glad to be her here of course is in your case carlisle pennsylvania. I'm in los angeles over a bit distanced but very close in terms of our subject at hand which is cars that matter. That is certainly something that you and your team have had a great role in supporting brian. You have the neatest job in the world. I saw great video. The three of you yourself and your sons colin and brayden recently that was hosted by the historic vehicle association. And it was talking about some projects. That you've undertaken and really kind of introduced me to a world that's different from the traditional restoration world that car collectors know about and select start with your title. There's a subtle nuance there of monumental significance conservative versus restorer. That's not a word that we hear often of the car world. Why didn't you take it from the top explained to us what you do. It's a profession. I didn't know existed until i was well along in my process of education. I was a pre med major. So i was taking a lot of chemistry organic. Chemistry is sort. Of course they used to weed people out of the field academically. I was doing fine. But i was missing something. I was missing the opportunity to work with my hands. I come from a family of blue collar workers. My grandfather was a boat builder. I father built houses. So i was always involved in the trades before going on to college so academically could do the work but it wasn't fulfilling so making a really wise choice. I went into the art department. I did that to look where it got me. Yeah i know. It's a pretty strange combinations. I met my lovely wife there. She was a sculpture major. Who went on to become an iran while she was getting here education. I was working in a boat building company in connecticut. One day ahead of conversation with the son of the owner in that conversation. I had an opinion and it wasn't appreciated so i was fired on the spot and jumped into my car and turn on. Npr and they were interviewing a gentleman for the museum of fine arts in boston and they called him a conservative hit a degree in chemistry art and art history. Now i'm thinking well after six years. I have two of the three done. Continue working while my wife finish charge occasion and then went on to find out that i could combine. All three at the university of connecticut is what i did and then went onto graduate program at cooperstown new york for art conservation. What i came to find out it was that many of the things that i'd done in the process of working in fiberglass woodworking ball. Those things were part of what i was going to learn. As a conservative we spend a lot of time learning technology and materials and the goal. Being that we can stabilize original pieces of art. Not repaint or rebuild or remake but preserve what was left of an original piece. Restoration is part of what we do but the restoration that we perform not to bring a piece back to being brand new but to visually pull it together so it looks complete and i sort of add to that saying is that often pieces and get neglected either. They were weren't considered important for a period of time or they were placed in improper storage. And so my goal is to bring that peace back to maintain that sense of age but also stabilize all the original materials and any work that i do to it. The term that we use in conservation as reversibility right and that's hugely key. It really is. Because i spend a lot of time undoing work. That's been done in the past. That hasn't been done very well. Could so many great paintings in history that have suffered from the hands of malignant over painting and whatnot. The most you can hope for is that it got a big thick kota varnished and it was never touched. But that's rarely the case using materials. That are analytically distinguishable from the original gives the next generation of conservatives. The opportunity to undo what i've done and the selection of materials i use by their nature tend to be reversible. They maintain their solubility. Or they aren't gonna chemically react with what the original piece might have been. It's really half art. And it's half-science and that's what makes it so fascinating. You have the opportunity to essentially restore to the extent that it sort of improves the aesthetic continuity of an object. I imagine something like a greek vase. Where half of the object may have been lost and we have remaining shards you would put it back together and possibly in fill the missing areas but not necessarily paint images over them exactly so that we get a sense of form but we don't have an overbearing interpretation that takes it out of its historic context. I have huge admiration for the field. It's so essential in actually preserving the historic artifacts of civilization. Whether it's everything for the last co caves to contemporary art that might be made with some very strange and viable materials. We don't even understand. How fugitive they might be at. That's where your job is interesting because you actually get to invent ways to take care of stuff we didn't even know existed ten or fifteen or twenty years ago. I think that's probably the most exciting part of what i do. It's constantly solving because we're really diverse in our practice here. I mean obviously are developing conservation for automobiles. This isn't about my thirtieth year in the field started out early on speaking with a curator at a carriage collection. And then finding somebody who could take care of flaking. Paint fractured would rusting metal and deteriorating textiles would have been a team project. That was way beyond. I think financially beyond what most institutions could really take on or afford. That's right they may have a paintings conservator or works on paper conservator textile conservative. But they certainly aren't equipped to undertake these multi media projects that might expand beyond the scope of their initial collecting program. Anyway i foolishly buck the trend in some quirk in my personality that i was told in graduate school. I should specialize in a particular material or types of material. And i said well i really would rather be a general practitioner because i thought most museums could probably only afford to have one conservative and i was married at the time. My wife was living in connecticut. And i was upstate new york and i knew that as wonderful as she'd been she's going to expect me to get a job so i had to find a way to make myself as marketable as i could be therefore i did all the course work for paintings. I did as much as i could in paper. I certainly worked didn't do a whole lot of work. In textiles really wanted to be a paintings conservator but my background in building in the trades in woodworking cabinetry sort of said i better head into furniture or something similar. All of that talent would have been wasted two in the two dimensions but because of that sort of approach that i had and trying to be just practical and what i would do when i finished graduate. School made me a prime consideration. For working on these carriages. Which have all those problems. So for years i had the opportunity lecture at the carriage association. Just show them. What conservation could do. Because traditionally some high end pieces being sent back to europe and.

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"brian howard" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

10:33 min | 2 years ago

"brian howard" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Could join us wrapped up on Friday coming up here a little bit J. he's gonna talk about this protest is run and tomorrow but wanted to talk a little bit of course about Howard Stern thank you Brian Howard Stern is the guy that I grew up watching the reason why I've been radios because Howard Stern so there's no question about that love Howard we had Casey Armstrong on who's Howard stern's longtime producer we had him on yesterday Howard's been in the news lately for this reason Howard has been going after Donald Trump for the first time in years he never did that him and don't jump in France for number years Howard said yesterday a recently I think it was a few days ago that the most patriotic thing Donald Trump could do would be right now he resigned I tend to agree with a lot of things I agree with him on that so Howard Stern had Anderson Cooper on the show and as you know Anderson Cooper prominent anchor over there it's seen and he's been doing it for a long time probably probably I think it's fair to say if not the most famous one of the most famous journalists on the planet Anderson I think there's a very very good job so if you recall it was an absolute mess and a disgrace what place you could get that interview on CNN with Anderson Cooper it didn't go very well for Caroline and I look at the front page of the review journal the day after that interview and I hung it up on my wall in my kitchen it's a picture of Anderson Cooper with his hands over his face while Caroline gets busy answering one of his questions I don't know if it was Carol together talking about she wants everything to reopen tomorrow or maybe Caroline Kevin was talking about how she wanted to use us as Guinea pigs I don't know she said a lot of weird things in that interview and it went viral all over the country all over the world so Anderson Cooper talked about that and they had a little bit exchange on the Howard Stern show and I want to take a listen to that here it goes maybe seven times your interview with the mayor of Las Vegas I watch it relief as entertainment I like watching you taking off your glasses rubbing your face it is so entertaining but so frustrating I could never do your job because I. would you said you're the mayor of Las Vegas and what you're saying right now is idiotic now you did say a couple of times to argue that frustration that that what she was saying made no sense as I was ignorant I'm not I'm just trying to distance in China this is Vegas Nevada wow okay that's really ignorant when you're in the middle of something like that do you sit there and just say sometimes my job is such bullshit I can't really hammer this person the way I want to is it an exercise in restraint I actually think it's more powerful not to yeah yes you can get you can scream at somebody but then it sort of with it where do you go from there and then your eyes another person is screaming and blue there's plenty people scream and and calling each other names and that's what the president does and that's not all so do I want to be and is not how I want to live you can think and so I'm much more interested in actually trying to tease something out so you know if a politician has you know them the I. I'd read that the mayor said we should open the casinos opened the strip I thought let's actually talk to her and sort of play that out and see if she has actually done any work on preparing for that or thinking about that and and so I like just like with you having real conversations that's when it gets interesting because when you actually start to tease out a person's ideas sometimes you realize they haven't thought about it at all and it is just a bumper sticker and and they reveal themselves to people and in far more devastating ways than me just yelling at somebody calling my name well I'll say this about Anderson he did a fantastic job that interview and he's very very good I in my personal opinion is a giant **** it well I disagree with you a hundred I don't know why you would say that I thought he did a really good job of that interview I think those are two of the best too is some of the best in the business I think Howard Stern is one of the best interviewing people he has been doing it for decades he's made a career out of it I've always said people always ask me do you know why do you love Howard Stern so much at all I always tell them you're you're not gonna believe my answer but here it's got nothing to do with the nudity because these days there's more male nudity on the show the female nudity it's got nothing to do with how dirty he is although I think sometimes he's very very funny the reason why I have always loved Howard Stern because I think he is the best on the planet at interviewing people doesn't matter what celebrity is it could be Hillary Clinton could be anybody could be Bill Clinton could be Obama could be trump before you know it doesn't matter who it is he is able to get the most out of somebody he just did an interview with Tom Brady and Tom Brady got more personal than he's ever been before with anybody Tom talked about how his marriage was having some issues Tom would have never done that with anybody else to talk about rob Gronkowski's **** he did and he said that he doesn't like to shower if I set it up there shouldn't have to shower but the point I'm making is that Howard gets that out of people you know I mean it Tom which I don't believe Tom but it's done that certainly not W. E. I. in Boston Tom just doesn't do that he's not a very he doesn't talk about his personal life about W. RK in Boston I don't know but the point I'm trying to make is Howard is a great interviewer he's fantastic and so is Anderson Cooper I think Anderson Cooper does a little bit of a different way in this sense you know Anderson Howard's tries to be totalizing I guess you could say Howard tries to you know be funny and entertaining I'm not sure Anderson is that type of guy he just tries to get out the information he wants things to be interesting and he tries to ask the the problem of the relevant questions and I think that's exactly what he did in that interview with Caroline good he's exactly is very sensitive and he likes to B. theatrical hello he loves to be theatrical haze biased really I should've entertains Goodman tried not to answer several of those questions and she was actually complimenting him multiple times during that interview Anderson Cooper just kept pushing and pushing and taking advantage of her again she's eighty three years old and he didn't and I'm shocked that he wasn't aware that when he asked the question well Caroline or no we don't miss miss good one would you go to the casino yourself very much and she said and she said no well how does this group or not know that she at eighty three years old and is a former cancer survivor would be considered high risk okay it's a lot and I'm shocked that he was that he didn't do enough due diligence and then he references China under those circumstances concerning the fact that basically China has been lying low water sponsor three to four months she says she says were not China yeah that's very accurate so the third mentioned the thing you mention about him asking about her being in the casino last of all if the reason why she wasn't going to be in the casinos because she thought she was at a higher susceptible rate of getting the virus and if you wanted to talk about her cancer she could have brought that up she chose not to bring it up when he asked her and pressure on it you know what her response was I'm not a gambler she said I'm all on the ferries okay first of all she's not just any person she's the mayor and she's saying all these casino should re open if this is the reason why she was going in the casinos was because of that because she thought she was susceptible to getting the virus and should assert that okay this idea that you know that's why I'm sorry she didn't mention mention two things she mentioned she's a gamble she doesn't gamble and she also much as well you know I go home and cook dinner for my husband a mayor stands up for what they believe in and a mayor should have said I'm going to stand with those employees I will go to the casino and I will be on the front lines with them instead she said she got a camera I would possibly do that but it it here's the deal I think it's you know should be open but if you're high risk don't go stay home protect yourself mayor Carolyn Goodman is high risk Brian she's eighty three one which is why did she answered them you just said that she Sir said that that she is now she's gonna stand by her by her employees while I get why would she vote to do that she's Iran she shouldn't have to demand and my argument is that Anderson Cooper should have known he should have known that she is high risk I can tell you that she is a cancer survivor and that it would make no sense for whatsoever to actually subject herself like those values I guess it was it would be not safe for her it would be detrimental to her health I can tell you that when anybody does a national interview with somebody the first they don't get from the producers and all those people health history of every mayor that comes on the show or every politician so I'm sorry I disagree on that one and again my point still stands if that was her reasoning for not wanting to go to a casino she should have said it she answered the question by saying she doesn't gamble and she looked like a dope by answering that question the way she did it was a fair question by Anderson Cooper it was more than fair do you stand by what you're telling everybody else to do and she didn't answer the question appropriately and she looked like a dope because of it well again shop the just because she wouldn't put herself in a situation that would compromise her own health does not mean that she doesn't stand by it and it certainly doesn't make her a job yes it does no it doesn't it's my personal opinion that she wants by the way it's not my personal opinion she said she wants everything to re open she would have been totally okay with tonight twenty thousand people at T. mobile arena not practicing social distancing she has no idea what social distancing is by the way it's her own lobby hold on it's our own lobby that is not open at our offices she won't even open up her own lobby but yet she wants twenty thousand people at T. mobile arena there is a reason why that interview went viral and the reason why that interview went viral had absolutely nothing to do with Anderson Cooper and had everything to do with the answers excuse me the answers that Caroline good thank you yes come on as you're trying I'm trying to I'm just sitting here with my my connection to my mouth why is it so I'm going to talk why did it go well look at the picture it's got Anderson Cooper he is taking off his glasses and he is drying them off with his eyes so it's a funny thing is about if you actually watch the interview that didn't happen after she mentioned the control group that it happened at any weird situation where Carolyn Goodman was was was making a you know a dope of herself or making a fool of herself it just happened and it was leveraged by the mainstream media as as a reason as to why he was doing that he was literally just cleaning off his glasses I don't I don't know in my opinion JD Anderson Cooper is very savvy guy and he knew that by taking his glasses off course in his eyes that that was going to get some attention that.

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Exposing a War Crime with Justin Watt

Casefile True Crime

08:16 min | 2 years ago

Exposing a War Crime with Justin Watt

"On March. Twelve two thousand six during the height of the Iraq. War full members of the Janabi Family forty-five-year-old forty-five-year-old Qasim. He's thirty four year old wife Factoria and two daughters six year old at deal and fourteen year old. A B were murdered in their home in the Iraqi village. Village of USA fail south of Baghdad. Be had also been right and her remains set a lot. It was widely accepted. The attack had been carried out by local insurgents as such violence was common in the area that was referred to by occupying. Foreign Military is the triangle of death. The American soldier Private First Class Justin. What was stationed in Iraq? At the Thanh months off that Janabi family slaying. Ajayi sajjan confided that one of their fellow soldiers was responsible for the brutal crime. Justin pussies friendships Corre- and David. He's lot but risk but conducting talking. He's uncovered investigation into the matter. He discovered several of the soldiers were involved to varying degrees and made the difficult decision to expose posed them for the American soldiers. Sergeant Paul Cortez Specialist James Baca Private First Class Jesse spillman private first this class Brian Howard and Private First Class Steven Green with band to of planned carried out and covered up the ripened murder of be as well as the massacre of her family. Ole Five individuals faced charges by their involvement and received varying convictions. Green had been discharged from the US army mental instability prior to the crime's coming to lot and was consequently trod in civilian court while the other four perpetrators is faced the US army general courts Martial Green. Who was responsible for carrying out? The Med is sentenced to life imprisonment with no possibility. PF parole he took his life shortly after the remaining perpetrators was sent to military prison to serve a varying sentences. You just what's actions led to mixed opinions from the American public some viewed as a hero while others accused him of being a traitor data and sent him death threats. His decision also impacted the Iraqi paypal creating hostilities. Between the locals insurgents and touring military three Justin has since been medically discharged from the army and has spoken with US candidly about military experience including the Janabi family family murders adding additional context to our episode on the crime. Justin started by telling us how he came to join the military before nine. Eleven by buddy names all and we're GONNA do the steel challenge together. They had a program in the navy. That dead allowed you to join with a friend. She going at the same time in guaranteed you a selection slot to go to buds went through got qualified for that. What I was seventeen at the time and I showed up to maps like the process for joining the military? Here in America's like you'll go through talk to a recruiter you'll do. There's some preliminary testing then you have to go up to maps for you know. Some physical batteries stuff apt to batteries. Stuff like that on the day that I was supposed go to maps. And that's where you sign your contract. My buddy bailed on me completely so I went up there on my own and as it turns out the job it was like a crypto does slash networking like computer type position. That wasn't available anymore and so I was like okay. I'm not going to do this because I was seventeen. you can't join into your eighteen hours in what was called the delayed entry program so you get all your stuff done when you're seventeen and then basically as soon as you're eighteen you ship out. I basically dumpstered the idea. Nine nine eleven happened and like in a serious relationship. You know I had a pretty decent job I was a blackjack dealer. Casino pit boss. The relationship ended and I remember just being in a position where I was just Kinda like okay. Like what am I gonNa do now because like all of my plans kind of like based around future with that person listen and you know. I had no idea what I was going to be doing. And I was like cleaning out my room and I found my body and my original ship date was supposed to be on September eleven and at that point I was just like while somebody else's probably like in my place. I just watched band of brothers. Zoom may be sound like the biggest cliche ever. But you literally after watching that I was like you know I want the hundred and first airborne infantry and if you're not going to give him I'm not going and at at that time the Iraq war kicked off this is like two thousand four. I want to say so it. It just really kicked off in Iraq. Ans- dance they couldn't find people join just as Iraq was a lot bloodier then Afghanistan. And so I got like a twenty thousand dollar bonus for joining the infantry which is unheard of because it's a it's a low like agr- apartment job. Yeah twelve days later from that data I found that I D I was on a plane for Benning to get into training so went through that then Amelie after that the air assault school school has learned a robot of the jobbers which is a big part of the hundred and first does and then got on my unit you know and it was. It was a very different thing to go through all the training knowing that. You're going to war like everybody. They're sergeants that were teaching. Just got back. It was their first combat deployment. mm-hmm there's people that were in the logistical infrastructure of basic training. They were headed down to the hundred. I with me so I know there was a lot of camaraderie. I I think apprehension everyone. Everyone knew with certainty that they were going. Everyone knew that it was popping off over there. So yeah yeah I mean it was. It was a crazy time for sure when we sent in Iraq so the way it worked out is I got down to one hundred I I I. And that's where I linked up with my unit and you get assigned to accompany and everything and that's how I ended up in First Striker Bravo Company the unit that the book was based not got down there on the mmu pre-deployment spin ups. you go out and do more training. You know out in the field and like these stimulated urban combat villages at the National Training C. C. Out in Louisiana we see Anna and you do training pull unit and then as smaller elements. Then you go. I mean usually get stood down a couple of times just because they don't like people knowing exactly when you're going to be leaving with how many people you're going and everything like that just operational security stuff so I wanna say so. From the day that we're seagoing. There is like a couple of week variation we went and we stopped in Germany on the way there and then landed in Saudi Arabia. You did our last combat zero before getting down into into theater which is like make. Sure Weapons Still dialed in. And then yeah. We're down to Iraq doc. We landed in Baghdad. It just a different world. I mean you land there and the war machine is is pretty pretty sophisticated so like by the time we got down there. We'd only been in Iraq in that kicked off two thousand. Three's basically the end of two thousand and four early two thousand and five. They already had this. Main kind of super base built up in in Baghdad. was called striker at the time and there was like a Pizza Hut and green bean copy. It's just weird but then you're like walking around in this area. That feels kind of like you know a military base and then you'll be talking with your friend and then all of a sudden you hear like a a huge explosion. A few hundred meters outside the perimeter. Then you'll hear a bunch of machine gun fire and from a couple of different areas and then you it'll just go silent right and you're like somebody has died at their like. That's crazy I it was just a a weird transition.

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"brian howard" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"brian howard" Discussed on KOMO

"The glass cabinets where the hand. Guns were he wanted to hop over to get behind the cabinet to take him out, but he broke the gloss. And that's how he cut himself. And that's how we got his DNA. There is what everywhere in total. Larson says the burglar made off twenty-six handguns officers tracked Emily Monday. He was in Snohomish county jail for an unrelated charge malaise now facing burglar, and theft charges in Clinton county, the bureau of alcohol, and tobacco and firearms says investigators have not found the stolen handguns firearms that were stolen during the burglary. I recovered source still looking for those soft. Anyone knows anything about those firearms should get in touch with us. Probably they're possibly going to be used it. More in the area. Authorities are looking to see if Malays connected to another gun store, break in it happened earlier this month of Skagit county in squint, Suzanne, Phan complaints been filed against the King County sheriff's office accusing excessive force as komo's Brian Calvert reports the stems from an incident last week in Seattle's pioneer square as Major Brian Howard walked through the square last week. It was hard to miss the woman running frantically by wearing only socks man was chasing, her claiming to be her brothers saying that the woman would schizophrenic and high on drugs. She kept running in and out of traffic. So in his report, major Howard says for her safety and the safety of others. He taste the naked woman to subdue her. The group mothers for police accountability is crying, foul, and member Harriet Walden says a female deputy and a crisis team should have been called in to help Don Mason, another member of the group. And a former state Representative says it's unacceptable that this happened in. In seattle. A spokesman for the sheriff's office tells the time, sometimes it's necessary to use a taser to detain someone for.

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"brian howard" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"brian howard" Discussed on KOMO

"A complaint has been filed against the King County sheriff's office accusing excessive force as komo's Brian Calvert reports the stems from an incident last week in Seattle's pioneer square as Major Brian Howard walked through the square last week. It was hard to miss the woman running frantically by wearing only socks man was chasing, her claiming to be her brothers saying that the woman would schizophrenic and high on drugs. She kept running in and out of traffic. So in his report, major Howard says for her safety and the safety of others. He taste the naked woman to subdue her. The group mothers were police accountability is crying, foul, and member, Harriet Walden says a female deputy and a crisis team should have been called in to help Don Mason, another member of the group. And a former state Representative says it's unacceptable that this happened in Seattle. A spokesman for the sheriff's office. Tells the time sometimes it's necessary to use a taser to detain someone for their own safety. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. Rescue crews are trying to identify a body that was pulled from the shoots. River in Thurston county last night, people walking in the area found the body just south of rainier. It's unclear how the person died or how they ended up there in the river after testing it out for nearly a year. Bellevue says its first downtown protected. Bike lanes are gonna stay KOMO superman. With more this city did surveys before. And after the bike lane was installed on one hundred eighth between main street and northeast twelfth and now Bellevue has decided to keep it. Mayor John almanac says their data shows bike ridership went up by thirty five percent with no reported by collisions doesn't mean that there weren't some and, you know, we always know that, you know, bikes intersecting with cars and being in the road is, you've got a ride cautiously, and you should drive cautiously. He says the travel time for cars on one hundred eighth was a difference of less than one. Minute Tillman access. They're already planning an east west bike lane downtown Sioux. Romero KOMO news. If you plan to take a ferry along your Memorial Day weekend, travel, route, make sure you have plenty of time the weights are going to be pretty long this weekend. We'll see those Seattle Bremerton route. Edmonds Kingston is a classic especially coming back on Monday. I would expect Edmonds Kingston, it'd be very busy and you can see wait times of an hour. Two hours sometimes even longer. That's Ian Stirling with state ferries. He says they no, you can't always leave your car and walk on. But if you can he says, they have plenty of room for you. Sterling says the wait times or a lot shorter. If you can go late night or early morning stick with KOMO News Radio. Or we'll have fairy updates for our traffic every ten minutes on the fours. Anytime one of those boats runs into, for example, a propulsion problem nothing like we've seen recently, right? Marina rockinger. Or, or am I wrong there? Taylor. I actually didn't have my headphones on just weren't working. I was making a tongue in cheek reference to the ferry problems. We had earlier on what are you going to tell you that things are better on the Kingston run? They dig it one of the boats back on the water and going, and there is still a weight on both sides, Edmunds and Kingston. So be sure to check before you go. We still have some issues in the Renton area. Northbound.

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"brian howard" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"brian howard" Discussed on KOMO

"Top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. Some old Amtrak trains, will be removed from services, soon as possible that announcements made after a scathing NTSB report on the deadly 2017 Amtrak derailment near DuPont. The report said the towel go trains, like the one involved in the crash are to light and they should be replaced with railcars that provide better protect. Action and a crash a complaint has been filed against the King County sheriff's office accusing excessive force. Komo's Brian Calvert reports live this stems from an incident last week in Seattle's pioneer square has Major Brian Howard walked through the square last week. It was hard to miss the woman running frantically by wearing only socks a man was chasing, her claiming to be your brother saying that the woman was schizophrenic and high on drugs, she kept running in and out of traffic. So in his report Howard says for her safety and the safety of others. He taste the naked woman to subdue her. The group mothers for police accountability is crying, foul, and member Harriet Walden says a female deputy and crisis. Teams should have been called in to help, Don Mason. A former state Representative and member of the group says it's unacceptable that this happened in Seattle. A spokesman for the sheriff's office tells the time, sometimes it is necessary to use it. Tasers to detain someone for their own safety. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. He's already behind. Bars in federal prison. But prosecutors in Clark county want the Hazel. Dell rapist resentenced to the original five life terms in prison for his violent crimes. Komo's Carleen Johnson is live with the update. He is seventy four years old. Now, David J sterling deemed a sexual psychopath. He was in Clark county court yesterday handcuffed to the wheelchair is in Bob high of our partner station K to sterling known as a Hazel. Dell rapist put guilty to raping women at knife point in his in the summer of nineteen eighty-two plus attacking two men sterling had gotten out of prison. Just two years before those crimes after serving seven years for other rape convictions. So.

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"brian howard" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:13 min | 3 years ago

"brian howard" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"We'll get back to that conversation. Obviously a base parsley last night. I'm so excited. We're talking about. I I like Ryan harbors in her first at bat, we talked about your first concert. Mike your first game you played. And I went to my first game after I got injured my rookie Houston eighty six against the Packers. And I said I knew the game where it was. I don't remember what I did in that game. Or if I played someone just sent me the entire TV broadcast of the game that I'm now there's two hours from the show. This is an hour and forty three minutes you guys take care of the show. I'm going to watch and see if I show up anywhere on this thing. Are you allowed to cheer yourself when you see play if I'm on the field? I'm going to cheer myself. Say lower the bar again. I game Gershon. Brian Howard struck out in his first. We're just looking for participation. Well, what would be that Eighty-six season? According to the worldwide. Inter you you recovered a couple of fumbles you had sack. It's good. That's good year. There buddy the box looks like for this game. Yeah. I can't find it anywhere doesn't give a full box score. Wow. I remember I did play. No play three four played no sack. I played linebacker at Notre Dame and went to the Houston all of a sudden nose tagged at the reverse Oliver you played out of position in the NFL instead of in college did that and I remember the first time plenty against Pittsburgh and Mike Webster going. Oh, my God as a nose tackle just kidding trapped and blocked down on and not even trapped. I should say just double team in block down the the, you know, whatever you call. Yeah. For anyone watching on TV, my dad's doing some sort of. You know, a pull around what our I got beat up a lot. They took out a pair of scissors and began stabbing you viciously. Yeah. It's a of wing presented by progressive insurance. Guest joins us on the shell Pennzoil performance line. So all of this all of this conversation one of the conversations died down because of the NBA playoffs is what they're doing in LA for the Lakers and who their head coach is going to be. That's obviously a story that's picking up a little momentum and ESPN NBA insider Asia award Ascii, let us know not surprisingly who lebrons prefers in this. When he said this and having the Brian James prefer Tyler is certainly a factor in the process. It's going to be part of the decision making process. And so Tyler is the preference four LeBron in LA, gentlemen. I don't think that's the prizes. Anybody? They obviously had a lot of success tie. Lou. I think the only thing that's apprising to me is it's become such a quiet. And this is a good thing for the NBA. We're. Talking so much about the games that we're not spending as much time obsessed about a team that didn't make the playoffs. You hear about their, you know, LeBron I'm not getting involved in vision. I mean, do we really think they're not they're not really talking to him? Are they're not really asking, you know, what direction to go or lease getting input on what he thinks. They've clearly gotten enough. They know his preferences blue. That's really all they need to know him getting involved beyond that seems counter productive. I got some point he came there because of the Lakers organization he understands and has a relationship with genie boss enough to know that quite frankly, the important decisions are now in her hands. And that's clearly been the way it's been for a while. And because of that the Lakers of floundered for a while. So there's a lot of onus on her for him. We know he's got other projects going on Space Jam two right now new episode shop coming out this weekend. Like, he's doing other things. He's enjoying quite frankly, the first off season truly had in a while while the Lakers are also a they've at least interviewed in seem to be heavily interested in seventy Sixers assistant coach Monty Williams. Who the sons are also reportedly meeting with right? There's an actual like again, I think in the world of staggering things we would never say who would imagine that. We'd be in a situation where coaches looking at the situation in Phoenix saying, well, the sons Andre Aiden I'd be a little bit better spot right now than the Lakers. Lebron really all this the coach of the Lakers doesn't really matter ton in this equation. I don't think LeBron James lead team. I don't think we look at the coach and understand Tyler went and held accountable, and Cleveland, and that was a big deal. But it's about what they end up doing with Magic Johnson's old spot president what they impounded rob pulling to do as the GM going forward. Now. Those are the things we've deemed far more important. We not listen to anything. It's not gonna be Tyler. So it was Lou money Williams, and it was Jason Kidd get looked at. And and I would be stunned. If we don't see the only counter Judy that I would make to that statement is that there is still a young core for the Lakers. If they end up I wanna say stuck. With if they end up with those players moving forward, you do need a coach they can figure out how to get more out of Kouzmin Ingram and Paul I mean, heart you're talking about young is that we are presuming are going to be part of the team moving forward because they were such a part of the trade conversation. But if they end up in LA, you need to coach the configure out how to get better out of them. If they end up in LA in the same form they were last year. We don't count on this team being much of anything. So I don't think the plan is for it to be the status quo. Whatever you set up here is set up for you, go out and try and make the move you make you a contender this offseason. Keeping it the same doesn't make you a contender. She what you were this year. But as we've talked about leading up to all of this. There has to be a conversation about the fact that they may plan to bring in max level free agent. They made plan to bring in big names to the Lakers that doesn't mean that those players want to choose LA over the other options, they'll have so I'm just saying that we're talking about planning for that. So you're not gonna plan for the coach. If all that fails, you're going to plan for the coach of all that goes, well that that's fair. I still think you need somebody that can develop talent in case. I mean, in my mind, at least if you get a bunch of if you get a bunch of star players to come if you get collided complete with the Brown. That's a pretty easy situation for most coaches to figure out it's much more difficult to figure out how to turn that young core into something that can be at least competitive, so we'll continue to look at that conversation. But for now, we're gonna head over to the shell Pennzoil performance line where NBC sports Mike to Rico joins us. You can get triple protection for optimal engine performance which shell v power nitro.

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"brian howard" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:06 min | 3 years ago

"brian howard" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Newsradio eight forty W H A S L Kentucky's got plenty of time. But they've got to climb out of a Steve hole is the aggies with some hot shooting the day of put them. Ten points to the grand. It's fifty to forty. Baggies on top thanks to a quick six. Oh, rod just a blink of an eye. Twenty seconds about snort Kentucky seventeen to nine here. In third quarter Kentucky you'll lot of their offense has come from Ryan Howard today. The freshman is six of eleven from the floor is made five of her eight three pointers the fourth time this year, she's made five or more threes in a single game out of the time out Roper running point checking in for Murray powered got at the top of the key. Ryan driving left into a double team. Walled off? Does it out to Morris? Thirteen on the shot clock. Basically, spins into the lane puts up a tough left-hander over Carter and gets it to go off the glass Kentucky needs a defensive. Stop layer green into the game. Now, she's at the top of a one to to press Washington in the front court. Does it to Jones in the left corner? Jones swingset right to Carter Carter drives baseline five-footers. No good. At an offensive foul is called on Carter of the aggies. Drove into the paint Kentucky's defense was nestled underneath the ram. And that got the offensive foul Kentucky. We'll have it. As a timeout is called. We'll hold it right here with three fifty nine to go in the third in the aggies leading fifty to forty two. Kentucky is tied this game numerous occasions. In fact, we've been tied for over four minutes of the game. But each time Kentucky's been able to catch AM they haven't been able to pass them, and it's been a missed shot or a turnover here or there, Texas and M has been able to get the ball back and scored grabbed momentum push the lead back to five or in the case before the last time out ten points, and it's left Kentucky chasing all afternoon. Both teams have eight turnovers in the game. The aggies. Have outscored Kentucky nine to six points off those turnovers. I think Kentucky's not a phenomenal job on the boards today. Texas saying outrebounded them twenty two to twenty one. But the strength of the saying offense has been rebounding. Second chance points favor. The cats nine to five because they have ten offensive rebounds, the Texas a and M'S five so Kentucky's done a tour. They've had a terrific effort on the glass today. And to be honest with you up until the last two minutes of game time their defense has played strong. It was just trying to get some shots to fall offensively. And then unfortunately, Kentucky got a little half speed on defense. And it allowed the aggies to get some momentum and read them what was a five point deficit suddenly became tin. Bits points. A slight edge to Kentucky five to three points in the paint, though is where am has made their money today there twenty four twelve. It's side the pain. But here the third quarter they've hit three threes there. Now five of six from beyond the art for the game Carter is three for three in his fifteen point. She and Johnson both with fifteen to lead the way for eight AM. So those two players alone have combined for thirty of their fifty points. Howard has seventeen of Kentucky's. Forty two McKinney with seven Morris with eight green has five Murray's been held the three points today on one of six shooting. Morris leading the way with assists. She has threes. Brian Howard has three steals and four rebounds played twenty two minutes. How about this for KiKi McKinney? We mentioned she had seven points. She also has six rebounds five of those on the offensive glass. Phenomenal effort. By these young cats on the boards today against the mtm. Then drives off rebounding. So far, Texas A and M has been able to break down Kentucky's defense and make more shots. That's why they lead by eight fifty to forty two. Out of the time out. Roper stays in running point top the circle finds green coming open off a curl left wing skipped past to the free. Throw line was stolen away by Wales. It was just not their wells and transition runs over Howard. And they call the block. Well, that's a tough call on Howard who had her feet said. She might have been in the restricted zone too deep under the basket, but she had her feet set. But that play really starts with a turnover at the top of the keys throwing a pass where it doesn't need to go. So wells getting two free throws out of this. It's the first foul on Howard.

Kentucky Brian Howard Carter Carter Texas Roper Morris Baggies Murray KiKi McKinney Steve hole Washington Ryan Jones Wales Johnson twenty two minutes Twenty seconds eight forty W four minutes two minutes