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"clampitt" Discussed on YEK YEK JE
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"clampitt" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING
"I'm like get a pressure rap on this now. And fortunately she had already been putting pressure on his she. Ecksteen who god putting pressure on it like. She just took the pressure off to take a picture for me. Because i was like no. I need a picture. And so she like. I was like. Here's where my quilt reps are like. Here's where my bet rap is like. I don't care how tight it is. I don't care about just get pressure on it and And so and like the barn manager. I sent her the picture she. She's calling this girl and she's and hero where my standing bandages are. You know here where the hema stats are. So yeah so my horse severn artery and the like weirdest part about this is it's on the inside of her front right knee like above the knee right so like she didn't do it in the pasture because had she come in that way it was a day that we had snow The girl would know because there was a lot of blood because artery pumping blood Like the snow would have been painted. The girl would have been painted. My horse did it in her stall the same stall. She's had the entire time. I've had her on the inside of me. I cannot figure out the like bio mechanics of how this happened. How do they fix back. Well so in like a series of fortunate events the vet who serves you know as best do a fairly large area was actually like fifteen minutes away on a fluke and not with a client. So when i called her she was like. Hey i'm coming down across this bridge my headed your place and i'm like absolutely you are so normally the vet would hear like put stats on it and like i dunno than do things about to That's as far as my medical knowledge. Goes right clampitt and calls somebody else. And but my horse who is not known for being overly stoic when injured.
"clampitt" Discussed on Serial Killers
"In nineteen eighty-five forty one year old. John Robinson was still on probation for felony theft. For four years he had managed to stay out of prison and keep his criminal activity concealed. But all that would change after a single phone call probation officer Steven Haymes. Got A call from an employee of a woman's outreach program called birthright the employee told Hames that she suspected John was running an illegal adoption scheme. She explained that. John had contacted birthright claiming to run a charitable organization for underprivileged women. But when he asked her birthright had any women with white skinned babies she knew. Something wasn't right. Hames pull John's files and saw that he was on probation for fraud and embezzlement concerned. He called John in for a meeting when questioned. John immediately went on the defensive claiming his efforts to help women were legitimate to prove it. John told that he was involved with other organizations. Besides birthright Hames who had majored in Criminal Justice and Sociology in college was skeptical. He suspected John Wasn't telling him everything after the meeting. Hames called multiple women's outreach programs and asked them if John had contacted them not only had john picked up a woman named Lisa Stacey but shortly after Lisa and her baby had gone missing. Alarmed Hames contacted a detective in Overland Park Kansas to ask about Lisa and see if they had any leads on her whereabouts. But the detective said they didn't have enough evidence to pursue the case. More troubling the detective told Hames that an employee of John's named Paula Godfrey had also been reported missing so hames called John. In for another meeting this time. John came armed with excuses when Hames asked him about Lisa. John explained that she and her baby had left town with a man named Bill. He'd tried to help her but she insisted on running off feeling out of his depth. Hames contacted the FBI for help. The bureau was already aware of the conman other shady dealings the assigned to agents to assist teams with a missing person case. Once they started digging the team was astonished by John's multitude of criminal activities in addition to the missing women John was embezzling money from bogus. Companies defrauding investors reportedly running a brothel and more all while playing the role of a loving husband and father is going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode. Please note the Nessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist. But she has done a lot of research for this show. Thanks Greg this kind of compartmentalization is all too common in serial killers. Dr Layton author of Hunting. Humans explained that most serial killers are sociopaths so they lack any kind of remorse over their actions. He said if you strangled somebody in a fit of rage you wouldn't be able to cope with it. The thought of it would be just utterly overwhelming to you but serial killers have no guilt. No remorse no feelings of having done something wrong. There's just more triumph. Clearly John was a danger to his community. Hames and the FBI were keen to put him behind bars for anything they could make stick to gather more evidence tames in the FBI widened their investigation. They set up a sting operation and undercover agent. Contacted John and told him she was looking for sex work opportunities. John agreed to meet the agent war wire and met John for lunch at a restaurant there. John told her that his business provided adult services for businessmen doctors and even influential judges. The job paid well but he warned her. She would have to engage in extreme. Sado masochistic practices with these powerful men. John's eagerness to put the agent to work as soon as possible surprised the FBI. For safety reasons they withdrew her from the undercover operation and decided to change their strategy. The Secret Service was also investigating John over check forgeries. The task force reached out to combine their investigations in one thousand nine hundred five agents picked up John's accomplice IRV Blattner and offered him a plea bargain to escape jail time. Irv scientists statement admitting John's involvement with the fraudulent checks. It was the final piece of evidence. They need it the next day. The police arrested John for parole violation. But to everyone's surprise. John posted his fifty thousand dollar bond and was released the same day less than a week later. John arrived at Hames office with a lawyer and accused him of evidence. Tampering at this point John Desperately wanted Hames to back off. Hames knew that John was dangerous but he had no intention of leading up the pressure faced with a fresh mountain of legal fees to pay John. Ramped up escort business through a contact at a strip club. John Recruited and attractive twenty named Theresa. Williams she was just what he needed to pull in more money. Theresa was a Free Spirit from Idaho. Who got by working odd jobs? John now forty two offered Theresa drugs money and a place to stay. If she agreed to perform sexual services for him and his clients he called it mistress ing on April Thirtieth nineteen thousand five. John Theresa One thousand two hundred dollars to mistress for client of his. He asked Theresa to put on a seductive dress and sent her out on a job where she was physically abused by a man. She knew only as but judge when the judge complained. That Theresa had not lived up to his expectations. John became enraged and forced theresa to give the one thousand two hundred dollars back. She was relieved when he took the money and left her unharmed a few days later. John told Theresa that everything would be forgiven. If she did him a favor he would even sweeten the deal by taking her to the Virgin Islands as a thank you. All Theresa had to do was write a fake diary. John wanted her to write daily entries that contained specific information. He told her to include fears. That IRV Blattner was trying to kill her. John told Theresa that she should enter. Journal on June fifteenth and then place it in a safety deposit box that his lawyer had access to then they would leave for the Virgin Islands but a week before June fifteenth the F. B. I. arrived at Theresa's apartment. They told her about John Suspected involvement in the disappearance of at least two women and warned Theresa that she could be next. The twenty one year old broke down and told them everything worried about what she knew. John Hired a private detective defined Theresa in response the FBI relocated her to another state. With Theresa's evidence Stephen Haymes and the FBI were finally ready. They plan to revoke John's probation and send him to prison for good this time. But the agents didn't have the slam dunk case. They thought they did that. His probation hearing in August of nineteen eighty five. John's lawyer argued that because Theresa wasn't present she couldn't give illegally sworn deposition therefore the court could revoke John's probation. The judge disagreed and ordered John to served seven years in prison for parole violations but before the sentence was set to begin. John filed an appeal at the appeal to the utter dismay of Hanes and the FBI. John was triumphant. The judge ruled that John had the right to confront Theresa in court. His seven year sentence was thrown out. But John's legal problems were just beginning after a lengthy investigation. The Johnson County district attorney finally had enough evidence to charge him with felony rods stemming back to nineteen one in January of nineteen eighty six. A Kansas jury found John guilty of false billing and a judge sentenced him to fourteen years in prison to delight. Kansas also added a second charge against John for stealing fifty thousand dollars. A real estate deal after being found guilty once more. John was allowed a few months to get his affairs in order before entering the prison system but instead of spending that time with family John Carried on as if nothing had interrupted his ordinary life he placed an ad in the local paper offering job at equity to his bogus company. A twenty seven year old woman named Catherine Clampitt call the number and John immediately offered her a great job a lot of traveling and a new wardrobe. When Catherine's family notice she was missing. Her brother called the police. He told them that Catherine had started working for John. Right before she disappeared. But once again the police said they lacked enough evidence to pursue John as a suspect. Nobody ever heard from Catherine again in. May of nineteen eighty seven. A few months. After Catherine disappeared John Entered the Hutchinson Correctional Facility in Kansas similar to how he had presented himself to his community has a typical family man. John cultivated the image of an ideal inmate. The prison staff favored John and even gave him the task of managing their maintenance operations office. He overhauled the entire office and actually saved the prison system around one hundred thousand dollars a year during this time. John suffered a series of minor strokes in treatment. He befriended the prison doctors. These relationships would prove beneficial in nineteen ninety when two of the medical staff wrote a detailed report in it. They said that John was not a threat to society. When John came up for parole the following year he showed the report to the board. They were convinced by the statements and granted. Jong his freedom. But Stephen Haymes who'd been keeping an eye on John decided to step in. Hames argued to a judge that John had only served his time for one conviction for false billing he should still serve time in Missouri for the fraudulent real estate deal. January twenty third nineteen ninety. One John was released from correctional facility in Kansas and brought directly to one in Missouri. In a moment John uses the Internet for murder Highbury. One have you heard podcast new inspirational series daily quote. I love it. It helps me get my day started. And that's why I'm sharing today's episode with you. It's an insightful. Quote from writer abolitionist and civil rights. Activists Frederick Douglass be sure to follow daily quote free on spotify over ever. You get your podcasts..
Parker Kligerman on Year 2 as a team owner in the eNASCAR iRacing Coca-Cola Series
"Parker is a co- team owner in the NASCAR COCA COLA. I racing series. I get that right. Okay year two for Burton Triggerman East sports and we had Parker on last year as somewhat of an eye racing primer NASCAR. Miracle was broadcasting a few of the I. Racing Races last year. We did the finale which was tremendously well received. All of the races were well received on. Nbc talked about like what it all means with you before Parker. This time we wanted to have you on to talk about year two for your team because you guys have not only. Have you WANNA race already this year through two races as we speak here today you already had a win from Ashton crowder in the Fontana race. You've also got some big news with sponsorships and everything happening in your too. So tell us what's going on for Burton. Click armony sports. Yes so first of all start. In the series the series on coca-cola's title sponsor peak left peak any freeze. And they'd been part of it for years and I think the the trajectory the series and things and how they building sports it opened up and up to pursue cocoa that come in so that was really cool as big name to put on top of the series this year we have twenty teams so the full team rosters filled out this year whereas last year round sixteen teams so there's only twenty teams allowed. We filled it out and for burnt. Cuckney sports. We actually brought in our first corporate partner of this magnitude valvoline which was incredible. It worked on it for months. The reason they came into his they'd obviously east. Sports is a big topic. These days that sort of thing and I had a little bit relationship with them beforehand and this came about and I'd always been a big fan of Abilene cars growing up. How good they look the pace keys or anything and it would be so cool to have those as our cars essentially look just like the Mark Martin number six. Yeah we did like a little vs flying vs. I call them okay. We're all the visa and going up and that was kind of our spin on it a little bit in the eastport realm so really cool. They've been great work with and just a lot of fun and they really are seeing the benefits and and kind of become fans of as well and then we went out and won the second race two seasons Ashen crowder. We lead the most laps between both drivers. Clampitt led a ton of beginning. He and four she got involved in a wreck and then Ashen kind of took. The reins and in an incredible dual won the race and that was just huge. So we're now tied for the point seat. Although we get the points lead off the with Ashenafi Tiebreaker having a win and in the team championship or fourth. So it's been a great start for us really cool for the series and the viewership. This year has been insane across tweets. Youtube NASCAR ADT COM and facebook. The first Jewish this season have adverse around one hundred eighty thousand people tune in life. That's The craziest statistic to me but people will break down the numbers or shocked by is the average time person views for so you know the Internet unlike. Tv. There's a lot of calculation can be done per each viewer and you often find yourself. Sort of like across the different streamed stream entities finding that they all read it differently but one of the things that really sticks out across all the retention time. And so we've seen average viewers nineteen minutes per viewer Twenty minutes thirty minutes so in the Internet world that like that will be. That's like I mean. I know from working for a website. It's not just website traffic or page views. It's how long are they reading the page? So after on watching twenty minutes of Iras. That's is that something you could have valvoline with and say this. And they say their eye popping numbers yes. We put a whole report together after each race and sort of to give some sort of numbers all this because I was actually a conference in London couple weeks ago about East sports and sky. Who's believe these? Cfo of the largest eastward teams in the world said eighty seven point six percent of all artistic in east sports or made up and facts. So you can put concrete numbers to it. It's a great thing and we've been able to do that. So it's been wrinkled who said it was fabricated He he works for fanatic which is one of the largest export teams in the world. It was basically a joke to say it. So it's the wild west and I actually think what were doing one of the things I know. It says in our logo in our team name. I don't even like the word East sports anymore because I kind of think of traditional sports trying to do something different were Imo Schwartz. Were trying to help a sport or exists bill the base and gain a new audience and be exposed to people that can never be exposed to it on the competitive level. What they're trying to do in really sports shooters they're trying to make the next Nascar the next NFL. We're not trying to do that. So as you mentioned two cars Logan Clampitt in the number ninety nine valvoline Ashton crowder and the number seventy seven valvoline. Just curious obviously ninety nine. That was Burton's now. When he drove up seventy seven is that it was my number and Arka- And I've always had a thing for sevens and it comes from my grandpa who was his favorite number seven successful years of always been car at seven. Seventy seven a number in a lot to me and both of these guys are obviously like. Hey you guys actually drove in the NASCAR Cup series. Take whatever numbers. You're doing well as team. We own those numbers so just like real life our numbers we own them so if we changed drivers but they're in for full year then it would keep the number
"clampitt" Discussed on How To! With Charles Duhigg
"We're back with our listeners. Sharon and professional matchmaker Lisa Clampitt in the first big step to making a change particularly when it feels like. It's a little bit risky. Lisa says is honestly asking yourself. Do you really want this. If so you have to decide to commit even when you know it could be a little bit painful if you felt like you could get through the obstacle of the discomfort and dating and you could actually go out and date because I. I'd say that this is a common thing in it. I mean how easy is it to walk away from a relationship or marriage than to do the work? So how much do you want this? And is it a priority for you in my heart of hearts I would love to be married and if if I can be more effective for Christ as a married person if we can if I can serve somebody else or we could serve God together more effectively than as a single person. Then I want to be married Turn let me push on this a little bit more if someone came to you and they said I want a job I really want a job and you said how many applications have you have you submitted. How many resumes have you dropped off in? They said well. I dropped off one four years ago. What would you make of that? Well I think that They're not. They're not being proactive. And I think I mean point taken with Cash I have always wanted love to be organic and I feel like I don't like the idea. It doesn't sound very romantic to turn dating into a job But at this point if that's what gets the job done than the ultimate goal is to get married not to determine how I fall in love. You're setting yourself up for failure in the sense of It's an idealized reciprocal. Being in love of a twenty three year old versus what your goal is as a thirty eight year old woman wanting to get married. You've gotTA create a game plan to soldier through it to get that exposure to get that experience to be connected to someone in this different way. That's not the glorified twenty-three-year-old Charon but the new thirty eight year old. I WANNA get married Sharon. So here's the rule. If you WANNA make a big change particularly one that seems scary you just have to accept it. It is not going to be like a fairy tale. There will be no prince charming that suddenly appears instead. It's all about being pragmatic about coming up with a plan and then doing the work and then you take notes you get home and you write in your diary like what was it like going out with this guy. What did I discover from him? What did I really like like explore? This guy gets in no the many layers that he is and the ad is where you start building that familiarity that you were talking about that you want. You're building a foundation of a friendship which is a marriage. Here's another rule take notes because we're human. We all have a tendency to experience something and then to forget what we learned from that experience and so with isn't romantic. But if you take notes or if you keep a spreadsheet about your dates you'll start to see your own patterns much faster when Lisa says you should go in two days a month and that sounds like a huge amount to you like overwhelming. Which which would still give you like twenty eight days a month when you're not going to date right right. What is it about those dates that makes two a month seems so exhausting? I hate that feeling of just not being at all interested in this person and then having to either wait for them to cut things off or for me to say you know what. I'm not feeling it. Let's you know let's not meet up again. What if you looked at each date as just an experiment where where. You don't actually anticipate that you're going to have another date. What if you look at dating is just a series of literally just meeting someone interesting with no expectations that it would ever be anything else. Do you think that would make it easier for you because it sounds like? You're carrying a lot of a lot of sort of fraught anticipation into these dates. I I wish I couldn't be with that way I That would be that. Would that would bring a lot of relief. I feel like I said I think I'm holding a lot of Anxiety not about actually dating. Because I I love meeting. People and small talk is easy for me and those kinds of things. So that's it's not the actual date. It's the fear of having to turn him down for a second date so I think fit. You've got to just draft taxed that you send them which lets you off the book. I'm telling you it's yeah. Let's let's let's workshop this okay. John it was really wonderful meeting you. were not a match but I want you to know that I very much enjoy that you took me out for coffee and I wish you the best of luck. It was great meeting you. End of story done move on. Click send desert. Let me ask you this if you were to type that into your into your phone before you even go on the dates right before you meet John you type not exactly what Lisa right send because you haven't actually met the guy yet right when you know that when you get home if it if you if there wasn't a connection there literally all you have to do is hit and you never have to think about it again. Does that Senate race fear for you? I think so. I think that's that's the majority of it. But what if I'm what if I send that text and I just you know maybe he was having a bad a bad first date or something and I'm concerned that I'm too quick to to cut someone off. Let's say let's share and goes on the state and she likes the he's Nice but she knows that she's not going to end up marrying him. Should she go on a second date anyways? I don't think that you can know who you'RE GONNA end up marrying from a first date If there's no deal breakers So I would say yes because she doesn't know she doesn't. She doesn't have the experience to be able to make that decision. This is the actual figure out the hardest part of whatever you're trying to do and then do it. I write that break-up text before the date so that it's easy to send when you get home but by the same token don't read too much into things if they don't go according to plan so even if the text is already written. That doesn't mean you have to send it. Stop stopover thinking it. I'm telling you that's how life happens. Just stop getting in your head about it in. Just make it happen. The worst case scenario in six months from now and fifty dates later you say like wow. This is not for me. I think once you get over the resistance and the fear and you start making it happen it gets easier and easier and then suddenly it like creates access into your life and I do what I do because I truly believe. One hundred percent were meant to be with somebody. I really believe that and I think that a lot of us put fear in the way as an obstacle for resistance. And then you just gotTa get off of that and start running. Sure Lemme ask you something. How long ago did you move to Nashville a year ago a year ago? How how many churches did you visit before? You decided to invest in the Church that you you attend now. Maybe five or six okay. So that's that's a good number of churches and it sounds like you actually have spent more time thinking about the church. You want to attend an experimenting and doing research than looking for the person that you you wanNA marry again. I keep coming back to the I. I want it to just be organic. Where meet someone and you know we just fall in love and Lisa? Let me ask how many many couples have you put together countries? And how many of them would you say it was organic? It was kind of love at first sight. It it just it all came together. So organic is such a misconception We historically have been matched up by communities and religious groups so when people talk about yeah I mean so we're actually going back.
"clampitt" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Mazdas. That's about the only thing I drive on road. I'M NOT GONNA lie. I don't drive anything else on the roadside besides the Mazda but if there was a world championship race that so much more Mazda farmer since its Mazar van hey buddy Christian has a Mazda real-life and he says moves all over the place. I respect no doubt now. Obviously the quality of the field. This year has just elevated so much. I mean you know you guys. You guys have seen how this championship has just really grown involved in. How much more pressure there is. And how many names that were in this series. Ten years ago eight years ago. Have all come back. I mean this is going to be the deepest field in Nascar Racing World Championship history. So what's it going to take not even just to be at the top when all is said and done in Phoenix? What's it going to take just to make sure that you're back in you know in that? Top twenty come the end of the season it's it's GonNa take a lot a strive and Just just Just motivation to build our setups because people are going to try harder. Obviously with all the more all the money involved in stuff like that and all is you know and more broadcasts on NBC. So people are going to try harder. There's more competition this year in the field. You know people returning from you know fishing top twenty peak last year and and then the top twenty pro was also very strong. You know you. Have you have old guys coming back like you mentioned like Sushi? Han John Borland Ski. Brad Davis who was still in you know and then You hit you had one more. I forget Brian Bob Ryan Yeah So the the so you know they. They see how it's growing stuff. So they're coming back and they were all they all ran up front. You know back when they ran. So it's it's it's definitely different for them. I feel like to with all these new names and stuff like that but I feel like like you said it's it's GonNa be a really tough field to race around. It seems like all the names This your have been you know. Really fast in the past and official races and Stuff like that. I mean that's what's unique about. Ira Sing those like you know. It's different from real life. Is You can have somebody that ten years ago as you know on the top and they can take a break and then come back and just as competitive so yeah it's GonNa be really tough. Last year is really tough. And you know the field is just gone up and up and up and it's grown and grown so it's GonNa take a lot more to just stay in the top twenty but I think it all just comes down to putting in the time and getting the consistent finishes and you now just doing what you need for the team and successful come from that I feel like all right Logan Clampitt and crowder Burton clicker mini sports. Before we let you go. How do we follow you guys? How do we follow the team? Yeah Berkeley Geese Sports for Twitter for Bring Clergyman East sports and then Ashton crowder for me on twitter Ashton crowder twenty-seven on snapchat instagram. Pretty much everything else. It's not twitter including twitch. I lost my old torch channel. So it's Mashing crowder twenty seven now but you can follow me Logan Clampett on All Social Media Platforms facebook twitter twitch It'll be l. clampitt forty four and then asthma. Ashton mentioned you can follow Burke Lehrman eastwards at Bir Clegg East sports on twitter and also media platforms as well to get Get all the information you need And trying to keep up with us and you know root for us all right Logan Ashton. It has been pleasure. Thank you awesome stuff from those guys. I guess we will just roll right into that second interview and we will go to the wood brothers racing teammates. I want to to talk about John. Would for a second. John would had a little fun yesterday on on twitter. I think we all had a little fun on twitter. There and I think Chris got got blamed for for Doug's word it was. It was fantastic. I mean we kind of have the whole. What is it when you've got two guys in the outfield calling for a fly ball and they're not paying attention to people's logged into the IRA twitter account at the same time as Angeles? Yeah because I thought dougie. It handed it off to me. But he ended up seeing some of the tweets with John was going back and forth because he was on his phone instead of putting together. Yeah now I am. I just roasted a Steve Lou vendor with the whole lasagna crocs things so That was funny. Sorry sorry Steve but the rule is if we ever had him the twitter account again. He cannot delete that. That is the only funny joke I've ever told in my life. I do not story. It's it is true. I I do not want the record of it to go away. Screen shot it. Yeah all right so Chris without further ADO. Yep Garett low Chris Overland both of them had fantastic runs at auto club a great teammates Garrett Joining that wood brothers racing team this year after moving over from renegades Chrissy a holdover from the previous year both great guys they mesh really. Well you know two of my favorite personalities in the series Chris will always shoot straight with you and Garrett's really come into his own as a fantastic driver and a great personality too so.
"clampitt" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Who would you give that title to? This is a very early. Pick to me but the It's hard not got to put the champion back in their Zack. Novak it's hard not to put Keegan Leahey back in there I definitely see those to having a path to the final four but then you look at those other two spots in. It's it's such a grab bag that there's thirty eight other drivers that could all those two spots I don't see where a guy like. AFL doesn't make it back to the championship for And and I don't see where a guy like Ah Bobby's Bobby's Alinsky also doesn't make it back to the championship for. I mean that the way that the schedule works out. He's a road course ace right now he could just win. One of the road courses is at the end of the season and when his way into that championship for so You know if if those are the four. I'd say those would be the four early Lee early guestimation on that and if I had to pick a winner out of all for those I it's hard not route or not pick pick someone like a Keegan Lahey again you know. I thought he was going to be the champion but it turned out not to be that in turned out to be between Zack. In Keegan Zach ended up getting the best of them that day. Yeah I mean all for them had such different paths to that championship. APN ship for Bobby as you mentioned winning the road course. He was last going into that. That road course race. Yeah so it it was definitely win or go home home for him and he ended up pulling it out it was I remember that race between him and and Michael Conte and and conscious of great road course racers well and it's. It's been great watching him. During this off season he proposed in those videos on social media of Tried to beat my lap between him and Logan Clampitt and him in the jour- right Those have been really fun videos to watch and But you look at that that race from Charlotte last year and it really was do or die for both. Both of those guys and bobby ended up coming out on top in all of those guys. Really you have to think of as in playoff contention I think you know. I think people may have been a little surprised. Surprised not to see Logan in there but obviously conti was in there and you know often had some great performances won the first all star race on. NBC Has San. You know it's so I I guess now we've already talked championship four but who who do you have those other four playoff spots. There's about fifteen names that I think we could pull off at the top of our heads. Louisa he's definitely one that could go in there. Conti both of them champions Clampitt you could see him getting in there you could see someone like a Brat Davies getting in there you could definitely see got and you're getting in there. There's so many different people that you can put in that final eight and and I think it's really GonNa be fun. Jimmy Mullis definitely came on at the end of the season last year Gray was showing signs of clients as well. So I mean you you go down the list and and I don't think you can. You can truly narrow down this early in the season though. Because it's it's crazy early you don't know who's going to have the the luck on their side you. You don't know who's going to have the right setups going into it There's a lot of work that needs to be done still leading up to Daytona and through this whole the entire season so Maybe we'll have a surprise at the end of the year. Maybe none of those drivers and even in there you never know. Yeah you have a sleeper. Pick for anybody who wasn't in the series last year that you're that might be able to crack the playoffs. Olam definitely looking at grand bowling. I mean he he definitely showed a lot of speed during the pro series I I don't see him not being a threat this season to win at least one or two races and He's Joe Gibbs this year as well so him and me will be working together and It's it's going to be a fun season though no doubt now now before we let you go just a little. The racing experts tell us a little bit more about everything else that you do with the racing experts because obviously you cover nascar racing very intently. But I know it's not the only thing you do over there no I cover straight UP NASCAR as well. I went to twelve races last season season. And and you know it was part of the media center for A third of the season I I drive to every race racetrack which is An adventure from long island definitely an adventure. The closest to me as Poconos so now that they're only going down to one weekend. There's IT'S GONNA be a lot more driving next season to be able to match that but right. That's that's what I do on my my goal is to to. You have a job somewhere in the NASCAR media in some point in my future and you know in Nascar's part of it I've I've been sim racing for my whole life. Pretty Much Sean. I I started out on a Macintosh computer in my grandfather's house playing bill. Elliott's NASCAR challenge so a throwback definitely a throwback back I've been playing And our two thousand three for for years. I'm a league administrator I I run in a league. That's it's on. I racing as well so I mean some racing's been my life and to see what these guys are doing. In the NASCAR racing series the world championship series is just incredible. That it's gotten to a point that it's getting the attention from the teams that it's getting the attention from drivers like Dale Jr. Denny any Hamlin Brilliant Byron Kyle Larson That they're coming out there and having their own teams in there Where we're right now in the eleventh season of the World Championship series for Nascar for Nascar is I feel like this is only the beginning that maybe in a couple of years? This could be something that gets talked about right next to the actual NASCAR Cup series. No doubt and Justin Melillo the racing experts Just tell us how to follow you how to follow You know your site your media outlet before we sign off my my twitter handle is is where you can reach me the best. It's at just Melillo You can follow my work at the racing experts dot com and. I'm just excited for this season to get going doubt Justin. It's been a pleasure. Thank you so much for coming on. Thank you for having another great set of interviews from Chris. Evan Justin looking forward to hearing Evan on the Mike Tomorrow our night. Nine o'clock eastern Tuesday night just in case. You don't know when I was like tomorrow is Tuesday but yeah Tuesday night. Well if you go out today now no press go out today Monday so much for my Tuesday morning plane deployed. Oh I think it's not having drop everything so speaking of Daytona. If you haven't noticed a theme Kevin is about the changes mailing address last this year. Kevin just was like living in Germany but it seems like for the last month because of meetings and actually Daytona Daytona town with a couple of guys here. Steve Tony Auto will will be We'll be headed down. Chris you WanNa you WanNa work in the office outside of Boston where it's jury and sleepy and allow and you want to hang out here on Thursday. Well Friday. Well Greg See. You're missing something are you going to Daytona to no no. We have to easy work from home days. I mean if you get dumped on snow again in New Hampshire you know you can just work remotely worry about this week So anyway we'll be down there a few of us from the office be my first eight hundred five hundred. I've been to the rolex. Twenty four too many times to count but my first five hundreds of be interesting to see how the facility is different for the two races Got Got some meetings lined up but also be great to run into some. I racing members if around so look for the four guys wandering around with I racing gear on stop by and say hello you have to direct all of the downshift tape mail to Kevin Though because Greg and I didn't for this trip hundred percents Yeah if anybody's got a complaint for me you've got to be my go all right. I'll take I'll handle complaints. Well I keep seeing the guys need to get in here in the broadcast room to get ready for Tuesday night's event so for Kevin Baba Christley owner. I'm Greg West. Don't forget to rate and review you and subscribe on Apple Podcast spotify and wherever else. Chris will put the stupid thing and on that note. We'll see at the track..
"clampitt" Discussed on NASCAR America
"Seems to be struggling to hold the bottom back their road to heaven novak in the six to rouse fenway oscar skar meyer entry goes to the lead now. He's gonna hug that yellow line running around the bottom as that light blue pink number number eight michael conte out of the junior motorsports can't try to run down the six out of the way camp and they're still side by side for third you have logan clampitt and nathan liron basically parker click team on the outside my team on the inside hope that there was no contact here although park ligament and burton they have the ninety nine in the seventy seven. They're running in the fourth infant position yet found it interesting logan clampitt able to take the lead that first forty five laps that first stage he was able able just to hug the yellow line and i thought once he got lead he'd be really strong holding that line whether he missed the apex in a little wider. He tried to run that second lane for whatever reason he got off the bottom because that we see now battling to try to hold on to third with nathan lyon so you gotta teammate aspirin crowd right there as we got another other battle for the lead evan. It's a revolving door up here. Via conti talk spot. Take it away by that number six ford of zack novak but the mission mason on the inside wants to go way back at it and he's trying way down on the inside again. It's a rough way to get around here at rocket. These tires only gonna continue to get worse and worse as the run goes on if somebody that's what played into a factor how the car was able to hold off numerous challenges when he was outed front but the six car maintains in zakho akhadov academic time by we'll see thirty laps to go is iraq. It's down thunder alliot into turnover three starting to see a little bit separation was void battled for the race lead doc that long ago with alex just those two cars upfront trotta pull away clamp. It's keeping his third nathan lyon into before car is fourth position than we already vented via loser runner up for the asker race at all star race among the go at iowa he started in twelfth but here he comes in the number five spot so he'll be the next ex-driver oppose the challenge of the forty eight in lyon taking that higher line in free and four. We'll see if this does become a side by side of apple shortly. It's a half a car length difference between these two down into turn heard one you mentioned the name evan lose a fat darren v plus seven positions over the course of the race that blue with the green numbers. You can just see him. I'm there in the distance looks like he's pretty good and twenty eight laps to go at rockingham. That's a hundred and a normal mile and a half racetrack. This place is bumpy. It's old and worn out. We we have another battle for the lead in these two battle. They're just using up those tires loser now inside nathan lyon back there for the fourth position. We'll see if you could complete the pass. You see too wide for the lead and too wide for fourth now. The league gets sorted out and lyon with a defensive move to the bottom. I'm interested here which is took inside didn't work there. They both went low a._j. Neither work onto the end sato vaclav inside a lion. They weren't able to make it stick yeah. I was just going to point out interesting to see how aggressive michael conte is. He's third in the championship. This is an all star race but he has zero win so far this year. So is this a big deal to him. Does this this give him the momentum if he's able to get this win even owns an all star race to take to the rest of this championship. Go out there and get some wins in yellow to really contend because because it's tough when you don't have any wins yeah you're upfront consistently. We don't have that confidence that you can get the job done so this is a big deal. I feel like coty past series champion multi time race winner in the car piano freeze i._r._a. Seen series but without one.
"clampitt" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC
"To me would be something that drives us forward, all the prototype series and the F one everyone done Kerr's and everything. No one cares, literally, no one cares. I've never heard anyone curse this pretty cool man. I'm glad they just dropped that electrically off the corner that you can't tell us being used and you can't tell us being used enough one car and you don't know, when they're rejecting and you don't they have the little blinky light. You don't know that. It's like what are we doing? It's once again, is there a guy in the grandstand or a woman? Or a kid who showed up there because there was a curse system unlikely, unlikely. And if you're not a regular reader of Parker, Kluger mccollum's, you also are now they aren't aware that electrified racing. Probably also isn't the answer. Fully electrified you did. Yeah. Racing thing in Brooklyn. So that was that a couple of years ago and we're kind of less than impressed. I think is that time? Absolutely. I felt like it was a marketing gimmick. And I still think it's become far more serious. I'll give them credit the racing in the new car has been better. You know, not having to jump out of college is better. I think they learned some of their mistakes about they treating the fans you know, in terms of think they were better than everyone else. And now they try to cater a little bit to the show. The boost thing they do. And that's your stuff, which is cool. And I actually think that's really entertained racing. I love watching series. I mean they hit each other. I hate when they penalize them for hitting because they should just let that go on so awesome. They either the cars, accelerate super-quick to their maximum mile per hour. I actually think it's, it's pretty cool. Now, I think they've done a good job of that. And I don't forsee. I'm so conflicted with NASCAR though. Unlike going electric, as I'm like, no. Is they say I I just don't. And I know Roger Penske said it's five hundred. He's like, you know, I think we're not going to be fully electric for a long time. And that's why I'm like, then don't go in the middle just do what we're doing. But do it better than anyone else. Like, let's just make the best version of what we do to the hundred miles through. Now, let's get a hundred miles to the gallon with a with a v eight or v six turbo. I don't know. Yeah. But let's go do that, and become the best at that and know that we have the sound in the might be a sound. And there might be uniqueness to it. And that sort of thing, and then we've become fully unique within the realm of what's going on. Always appreciate your insight on all things high tech. So I want to wrap up here with east bortz Parker Klugman Jeff Burton is at Burton, click Herman. Burton Clint him niece force Burton. Cleremont Eastport s- having. Well, I guess for everybody. It's their debut year house a gun and what do you think of is it? What, what's the official titles at the NASCAR east sports league? It is the NS Khor, I racing peak antifreeze and you are. Accomplished eraser. So, yes, I've been in Irish forever in this series has been around this the tenth year. And I'm always thought it was really cool deal. It's gone through a couple of name changes, but essentially, it's the top form of motorsport sports, in my opinion in the world, and not just my opinion right now with their payout. They is the largest, they're doing over one hundred thousand dollars pay out this year to the driver's champion make something like forty thousand dollars. They win the top three of every race make money and it's a pretty cool deal. And it's very it's taken very seriously. You've got a lot of very talented guys at the top of sim racing and east sports motor sports for us. We have a driver named Logan Clampitt and Ashton Crowder's to Ashton Carter's younger, Ivy sixteen. Logan's, I think eighteen or nineteen right now. Logan's done really, well, actions had some his rookie issues there but he's had some good runs. But the cool thing is what's happened this series this year. You know. So they did what I had written this thing. I don't know year to go about like, alternate east sports league and how racing you know, east sports had. The possibility of doing racing.
"clampitt" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Tales consulting practice upon discovering. His talk to the animals abilities, the often works with animal rescue organizations and lives in Georgia. His website is WWW dot talking with dogs and cats dot com. We welcome him onto the program right now. He's the author of talking with dogs and cats joining the conversation to improve behavior and bond with your animals in. It's put out by new world ivory, I wanna welcome Amman, Tim lane K, Tim. How're you doing? Welcome back to talking pets. Tim. Thanks, very much grant and aimed guys. Good to hear from everybody. Great to be back on thanks for having me. It's great to have you on with this. We've got things to talk about and right off the bat. How many books have you written now? Well, we've got the two books out there. But in addition, I write for about a dozen, different magazines, and I've got obvio- meditations out there and workshops, and you can find just about everything you want. If you want to be able to chat with your pets. Now, I would imagine that talking with dogs and cats on it can find this in bookstores and also online. Yeah, they can find all make bookstores and online and rather take a look at the other book, which is called wagging tails T L LES because every animal has a tail on that's available online as well. That is not true. Every animal does not have a tail or they have a shorter tail. We're considered animal details. Well, I have rottweilers crop their tails so detail. Yeah. Right. Well, my twin has a rottie too. And she brought him from Germany and has his tail and a teaser all the time that is not a real rod. I always refer to though, I was referred to as it's not not necessarily the tells they wag. But it's the tells they tell T A L E. Very station and something to say to you. Well, you have a dedication in the book, and it's too many animals who have taught and continue to teach me almost everything I know about animals, and to my wife Kim who continues to support me on my life journeys. That's good. When you have support. Everybody needs support out there. That's that's a definite. Yeah. Definitely. I mean, I couldn't do without my wife. You know, this is you know, it is when you're working with animals in all different capacities, where it's radio shows television print, whether it's consultations whatever it may be that there's a lot that goes into it. So you need a good four system behind you. Good people that believe in you, and obviously good animals work with Jim. I gotta ask you though. I mean, how do you actually communicate with the animals for me? It's it's really a connection with them. So when I first started this, you know, it was a total surprise. I will say John, you know, I I spent twenty years as a telecom executive always love animals always had animals in our life. By like, Kim is. You might Ellie may Clampitt. So she's never seen a critter. She didn't like. I love it. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Unfortunately. Yeah. For me start for me a little bit. Go ahead. Sorry stepping all over each other than. Yeah. For me. Yeah. The conversation really with the animals. You know, what I'm able to connect with them energetically, and I'm able to build a fear NC and Phil thanks from him. Some. However, they want to communicate back with me. Whether it's former feelings motion, smells, tastes words. Whatever may be. That's how they communicate back to me. And I sort of work as a conduit between you and your animal to see what they have. So we can continue to build their bond. I get that. Because I mean when I even today I have five dogs and on boarding, and I introduced them in different ways, and I entered use them specifically each dog to each other dog at and I watch everything that they do I watch all their body movements. And I I talked to them, you know, in my language, but they look at me, and they react to me and their language with their body movements and their tails and everything because every tale has a tale to tell. So, you know. No, I understand what you're saying. It's a great thing. You know? I'm ed. I don't know if we ever between. I'd never. Never. Yeah. I think there is some kind of delay going on because you know. I've never stepped over anybody like this before. Maybe he's got. That's right. John. Let's do it the old fashioned way. You talk I answer. And then somebody else will talk, and I answer also. Tape over Julie's mouth. I know. Much. Sorry guy. What is the way that you would actually say to build a better relationships with your pets? That's for me. I always workman's you've got to communicate with them both verbally in visually. And what I mean by that is when you say were to an animal or a series of worth thing understand what you're talking about. You know, we know this from our training techniques, we know better trained dog we have to teach them how to set stay lay LeBron nerve going off those verbal commands, but my my theory on this is a lot more than what we're talking about. When we start talking about going on vacation, for instance, their mood their attitude their personality changes because they think that it's it's something going to impact them some wild. They're going to impact them isn't going to happen right now. So I think strong verbal communication with them. So they understand what you're talking about. Every time you say a word or a series of words, you automatically send out a visual picture a subconscious picture of what you're talking about. So I'm talking about going on vacation to the beach. I see the. Beach, and I'm projecting that out there in animals pick up on that. And then, of course, the positive energy that comes along with that animals always respond to positive energy. So I think the combination you communicate with them brutally seamy now, strong visual image picture, what you're wanting to tell them and then be positive about it feel positive about it use positive reinforcement. That's the best way to communicate with them. You know, it's interesting because I've had that experience with humans myself, actually, I was able to see what they were doing at the time what they were wearing I described it to the mile talking on the telephone. And usually they don't talk to me anymore. One hundred percent, right. Yeah. Yeah. It's funny. You mentioned a real quick story. I won't name names on here, obviously. But hold on early on when I hold onto that blue. That's going to be our cliffhanger there when we come back Kim's going to give us that story. Once again, you're listening to talkin pets. Give us a call at eight four four three five seven hundred zero the third caller that calls in right now compliments of Tim Lincoln. Of course, his publisher what we're gonna do is send you out a complimentary copy of communicating with your pets. It's talking with dogs and cats joining the conversation to improve behavior and bond with your animals, eight four four three zero five seven eight zero zero eight four four three zero five seventy eight hundred call right now and the book is yours..
"clampitt" Discussed on This Is Only A Test
"So they could keep contact prints protection copies places other than where the actual originals were. So again, it was it was just an independent on the facility that you were dealing with some had great archives. Others you know, they had a lot of turnover. And a lot of things were written by hand. So no one had really really, you know, done the work to try to go in and figure it all out. So. When you started to when you discovered that there is, you know, unseen footage. Like, it seems like you what you're saying is like it was shot a million different ways. Yeah. So what kind of stuff did you get because what I saw in the theater was large format stuff. Which is not what I expected for tonight. Yeah. Originally, we were only going to do the sixteen and thirty five millimeter all available. Formats, so we just cast a very wide net. Just to say, let's not only get all that stuff at all the audio materials as well. And when we went in and working with the archive team to just develop a basic list of everything that we had that's when about three or four months into the the research project of at all, I got an Email. It was may tenth of twenty seventeen or Dale never forget, and it was from one of the supervisory archivists at national archives that they had stumbled on this collection of large format reels. It was almost about two hundred at that time at the time. There was about sixty that we thought were directly related to just Apollo eleven the reels basically just said Apollo eleven on them some had dates in and around the launch day of July sixteenth nineteen sixty nine. But other than that. We didn't know what was on them the condition. Look good. Some of the reels the cans that they were in weren't so good. But the. The film itself was, but we had no way of actually looking at it. And it wasn't until we actually took a couple of those reels up to our facility up in our post house or post production facility in Manhattan and put it up on a scanner which the guys were just developing. And that's kind of the the second half of the story was I was just kind of luck of the draw. I was working with post production house. I'd known the owner for a long time. We were friends they were getting into the film scanning business when a lot of people are getting out of it. Because it's film, you know, everybody's going digital. So there was really only a couple of labs. There was only really only, you know, a couple solutions to be able to film scan this stuff, and they presented a very specific technology that didn't rely on any mechanical parts actually touching any of the negative. Nellie. You like bring down like a like almost like vice on top of it. Right. Exactly late Clampitt into place. But this is like that's probably a no go. Oh on Levin. Yes. So, you know, it's just like it is in the Cameron film candidate was all the tele- Cineas. They call it before film scanning was all pen register with pull down claws, and you know, grabbed the little perforations along this scanner that the guys Bill the final frame with the manufacturing team actually wrote on a cushion of air..
"clampitt" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"It's called a mandate to the rescue. You do put the an amazing awesome. Any other good additive that starts with a letter. A I'm began talking about Amanda guys. Hey, Amanda, I just caught your premier episode and bow. I mean, you're really are the face of animal rescue two point. Oh, right. I mean, there's a lot of different platforms in ways that people do in home rescue private rescue shelter care. But we have a very unique style here as well in our niche rescue we take in major medical special needs in hospice. So that alone has its own dynamic that we work around. But hey, we got. And then you always do drop the mic, right? On this day, something like oh. That was good. All right. I don't want to give away too much. But we gotta talk about the first episode because I spent fifteen years in oceanside, California. Now, I'm deep in the heart of Dallas. But wildfires are totally still in the forefront of my mind. And in that episode you coordinate and you're able to bring in some dogs from southern California up to your place in the Pacific northwest. But you started with seven and you ended with fifteen. Yeah. Eh go. I know literally last night for the premiere. We literally were watching and everyone that showed up in about two hundred people at our premier and everyone was like shouting out numbers that they thought it was gonna be during the commercial and everyone's like four three six, and then it was a and everyone's jaw dropped just like mine in real life. I was like you've gotta be kidding me. But she had a an all eight survived. It was very sketchy labor and delivery. We had a couple that were born breach. And we also had a couple of really didn't want to be vigorous than start taking their first press. And we also have one where she chewed off in accord, sell the I actually had to Clampitt and glue it get through all the medical side of that little tiny little. Yeah. Let's do a little four one one on this up Prego eggo who's now just eggo. Thank gosh. She's like, you lighten my load eggo. She's Princess egos. Please me. That's right. But you you got her, and you were worried that she could have delivered on the flight from California up to your rescue up there in Washington, right? Yes. She was very pregnant as you could see a little Billie go and her temperature had already actually start to drop when we were charting the plane. So it was getting her here now or never and we actually packed her kennel appropriately. In case you didn't give birth while. She was in the fight the first thing I checked when the plane landed was make sure there's no puppies gear home, get her situated. And then I think because of the stress of the change she actually kinda held off her delivery. I seventy two hours. So that was a long three days of waiting and taking their temperature every hour and staying awake and sending my arm to wake up every hour on the hour. You know? You have a medical background, and you can help me 'cause you know, you background better than me because you've lived it. So you interested in going to med school? Is that correct or head that way yet actually went to medical school for a couple of years, and when I graduated it was way easier for me to work in the veterinary field 'cause I could work twelve hour shifts at night, and then take care of my children during the day. Other sounds like no sleep because that's exactly what it was. But I fell in love with it. Once I moved over to the veterinary world, I really really fell in love with it. And you know at the time I had young children's. I couldn't continue my education and become a veterinarian. But over the years taking on these major medical cases, I had just become this like walking encyclopaedia for veterinary medicine. So I also geek out and like we'll do. I know again, I don't like research all the new diagnosis is they're coming out or I'll get on there. And like find some weird case, and I'll like research all about it. And then, you know, you never know when that's going to pop up in my care. So well, I like it because I I'm a master in pet first aid. So I travel the country with a dog and a cat. I call him shelter alums rather than rescues because I feel like sometimes I wanna pump up the accolades to the place at temporarily had them till we got him. So. Alumni is low. Yeah. So Conan Casey, we just got back from Houston. And I'm like you. I'm kind of a geek, I love medical things. And I'm always shadowing ER. Veterinarians and blood doesn't bother me. The only thing else we have in common is I got to deliver some puppies. But I have short hair, but I have more hair than you. And I only have one tattoo. Yes. What's going on? I'm looking at you got some beautiful tattoos. Thank you. But I only have one tattoo just my whole body. So, you know, you're not your average quiet mother of two are you? I'm not average, quiet. But I am a mother of all right? All right. I am kind of bouncing a bit. And I apologize because there's so much to cover in this episode. But the biggest question is what sparked your interest in helping especially pets that have special needs. And I would love you to do a special shout out to Dunkin I love that dog. So I grew up across the street from this beautiful Taurean hall that took care of differently abled adult humans and in elementary and middle school. Some of them are my best friends and so growing up. I always had this affinity for the differently abled and special needs and humans as well. As I had this huge passion for helping animals, obviously, Steve Irwin was a big part of my life growing up and inspiration in a in a hero to me. So it just naturally came together to work with the both of them the way, I came into Panapa is I actually was I was working in the veterinary clinic in emergency and surgery, and when the good Samaritan animals will come in a stray animals they were injured they weren't getting the quality of care that. I felt they truly deserve a needed put in a kennel. Here's a blanket. Maybe. Basic pain medication their fortunate enough, but then will control come get them next day in a lot of that was because the clinic I worked at didn't want to have to foot the Bill for an animal that didn't have a Bank account attached to it. You know, right, then I would attach myself to them and make sure that they got the proper medications and surgeries or whatever. It was. They really need it to survive and have good quality of life pain-free. So while I was working there. Also, single mom. I was taking an all of these animals, and using my paycheck, whatever have left to pay for these animals and building quite the amazing debt. And and right, then and there I just decided, you know, what I need to do something bigger. I can't work in a place. I can't support their of care. So I I left I gave my two weeks notice, and I left and I started Panapa rescue officially then. And it is a five one c three folks in. I would love you guys. After this episode dash over a panda pause rescue that Orn I liked that you even have your business. EIN pop right up there. This is a legal beagle. La people like that because it's a legit group. But talk to us about how. A Dunkin come into your life. And I don't wanna spill the beans. But I think that dog is amazing. I'm never gonna take Dunkin in on a one hundred yard dash. I'll lose right. Yeah. I mean, I lose all the time. I think he's motivated because that's one way to get him to come back to you. Outrun me on the soft sandwich soft Santa's really hard to run on apparently at large. But it's really hard to outrun Duncan on south San he has wickedly fast. So it does this boxer so radio and people are going to dash to your show Amanda to the rescue but talk about him. He's kind of an interesting fella. He's a cool guy. He just turned five years old. We're told he probably wouldn't live to be a year. So he's proved everyone wrong tests five she came to us actually with back legs. But they refused and rock-hard underneath them in like an x shape which you'll see on the first episode and his pelvis was very malformed. Actually, couldn't even hold lens in there. Even if there is a way to straighten incorrect his legs. So we were forced to make a decision either euthanize him or give him a shot with amputation. And he was on her. I double again petition. He's actually a third amputation. So we're like, you know, what we've seen it be successful. And these dogs thrive. Two times before let's give them a shot. All right at that time. He was only three months old. I woke him up out of Anna. A Sesia excavated brought him outside to go potty about twenty minutes later, and he just took off walking and so multiple wheelchairs and try to lots of different variety of ways to keep him in that chair. But instead he would just pick it up and carry it up over his head, which the body structure and Charlottesville after about a year of trying to get him to take to a wheelchair. And obviously him telling us he knows what he's doing best. We took away the wheelchair. And just let them do what he wants to do at this point on. He's hashtag. I do what I want, and that's exactly how Dunkin lives his life. So he runs on his front two legs. He does everything every other dog can do except for jump on furniture. Hey, here's A plus right? And you've got three Cutie pies cavalier spaniels. I I guess they're known as the love sponges. You don't use basic plain names. Do you run down the trio's names? So we have one cavalier king Charles spaniel. Okay. Garnet garnet, and then we have to English toy spaniels, and their names are both frog in groups. Let's Chinese crested and her name is rogue rogue. Okay. Great. And even your children's I come from a family with its, Deb. Kevin Karen our debt, Bob and Bill. I got named after my sister's babysitter, please tell our listeners the name of your son and your daughter wants pretty unusual name. Yeah. My daughter's name is Jay she's fourteen years old, and my son is beast, and he's years old beast. Yeah. Right. How'd you get that name? Well, okay. I'm gonna tell you at when he gets asked this. So when he was first newborn he was vigorous breastfeed her like little beast, and he was haired in. All black hair down his back. So he would like this little wolverine beast when he was breastfeeding. And so. He's known into it. And he stopped breastfeeding out. All right..
"clampitt" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
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"clampitt" Discussed on Harmontown
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"clampitt" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
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"clampitt" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"clampitt" Discussed on TechStuff
"So what his actual aim was rogers not bender that's in honor of him now as a reference disney decided to bring in an actor to actually perform a soft shoe routine and they were going to shoot this actor with film film cameras not actually shoot the actor even disney would not do something so brazen as that but rather to film the actor as he was doing the soft she retain against a background that was a grid so that the animators could review the footage use the grid as reference points watch every little motion and try and figure out how they were going to translate that into enemy shen when they built this system that they were working on the actor that they got by the way was buddy epson who was originally going to play the role of the 10man in the nineteen thirty nine wizard of oz masterpiece but epson ended up having a massive allergic reaction to the aluminum makeup that was used for the ten woodsmen and so he would end up being replaced by jack haley however you can actually still here absence voice in the wizard of oz uh it's his voice in the song we're off to see the wizard that dorothy scarecrow and the tin woodsmen singh after they've rescued the ten woodsmen so that that bit where they're skipping off into the distance the voice you here is not jack haley's it's buddy epson uh he also by the way played jed clampitt in the beverly hill bellies so if you ever watch that television series he was jed climate.
"clampitt" Discussed on Outliers
"The almost five years old zola into in i think three months were were turning years also were excited about that um it was a is much more deliberate effort um i think in general this is true but doesn't get talked about tons in the start of ecosystem per se is that really the biggest job you have in the first few years is to survive is to send should make sure that you don't die as a company and um and and especially true of the the first i think three three years this on the ends we've done that and uh and now we have the luxury of being able to to look beyond just surviving into actually creating a long lasting business than we've been very deliberate i think a michael founder and i uh jason clampitt is michael fonder he and i have been very deliberate in how we look at the world of travel a highly we look at the world at large that affects the business was travel 'em how do we create a media company that has a culture that people want to be add instead and create something meaningful um instead of being manic which is typically how a lot of the online media startups iran um in our case in many ways um in many ways were trying to create a to create a more deliberate company um i think some of the lessons that we took from our first company that we brought her a to my second company is.