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Flawless Finish: Morikawa Wins British Open for 2nd Major
"Twenty four year old Collin Morikawa has posted a come from behind victory to be Jordan space by two shots at the British open I just one more you know when you when you're in these moments and you truly love what you do which I love playing golf and competing against these guys this is the best moment ever because the nerves push you to just be a better person the Californian who won the PGA championship as a rookie last year became the first player to win two different marriages at his first attempt and he did with a final round sixty six that gave him a total of fifteen under space when the rice was second with a closing sixty six to finish at thirteen under it was another near miss the Louis who stays and who fell back into a tie for third with Jon Rahm after disappointing seventy one I'm grand like us
Morikawa wins British Open for 2nd major at age 24
"Twenty four year old Collin Morikawa has posted a come from behind victory to be Jordan space by two shots at the British open the Californian who won the PGA championship as a rookie last year became the first player to win two different marriages at his first attempt and he did with a final round sixty six that gave him a total of fifteen under space when the rice was second with a closing sixty six to finish at thirteen under it was another near miss for Louis who stays and who fell back into a tie for third with Jon Rahm after disappointing seventy one rom strong finish means he will now reclaim the world number one ranking I'm grand like us
Oosthuizen Leads After 3 Rounds at the Open, Morikawa 1 Back
"Despite struggling on the final nine holes south African Louis used taste and has maintained his position on top of the British open leaderboard and will take a one shot lead over California's Collin Morikawa into the final round is Tyson made a crucial late birdie at the sixteenth the move Clea after sixty nine moved him to twelve under bar cabinet picked up to back down birdies to post sixty eight Jordan Spieth bogeyed the final two holes of the day but he's sixty nine still has him in third place at nine under Corey Conners and Scottie Scheffler are in touch next at eight under and US open champion Jon Rahm is among those five shots back I'm grandma gods
"collin" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"You know without being a complete contrary. And i just want to point out that if it were me i would choose to live in a gunfight. It's different than the filmmakers. They have a different plan in mind but again. If it were me. I would choose to live in a gun fight. And that's okay howdy. I'm jeff goldsmith. Then this is the qa. My agenda is simple each week. I plan to bring you in depth insights into the creative process of storytelling and folks today. I'm very pleased to have with me. Director colin shift to chat about his latest film. Die and a gunfight. Yes it's different from the way that i would have done it but die in a gun fight. It is kids and you know this was a fun. One we did this with lionsgate as a virtual screening which meant the people that had signed up on the email list all got invites. They got a free linked to see the movie. And the qna in advance. And you could sign up to get invites to by going to backstory dot net slash events. And it's just a free email list so you'll only get an invite when we have an invite and you'll get an occasional newsletter. That tells you what else we're doing over at backstory. And we've been doing. A of these screenings would lionsgate and they've been a lot of fun So go sign up kids. If you're interested but look we'd really good chat with collin about his creative process for making this film and now is a very strange time for independent cinema. So if you see the film and you like it definitely going social media about it to help spread the word about it. It's important we're still in a pandemic and it's up to you to help other cinna files find cool films during this very strange release period that we're in so so thanks for spreading the word without a doubt colin was very forthcoming about as creative process. And what it took to this film made. So i know you'll dig this episode and speaking of things to dig. I hope you check out backstory magazine over at backstory dot net. You read us a desktop or laptop or via our ipad app backstory. Now folks. we are practically a week. Away from publishing are black widow issue. We wanted to give everybody chance to see the film. It is very spoiler specific about black widows so there are spoilers within and we have a lot of other really cool content to and one of the things that we do that we are especially doing with this issue is because we are a digital magazine. We are able to do what i call post publishing which means we could put out the entire issue and still slide new articles into it so movies that have yet to come out that we are going to have very indepth spoiler specific articles on will arrive in that same issue and you'll see some of them mentioned in the table of contents and some of them will just pop up new once. We add the article once. We know that the interview is done. And it's going in so it's it's something that i've been doing a lot. More of the pandemic as release. Schedules are so strange. And it's just one of the many things that i think is fun about backstory magazine. But don't take my word for it. You could go check it out yourself because you could read the free issue and if you decide you like what you see. I hope you'll consider becoming a subscriber and if you do you could use coupon code. Save five that will save you five dollars off a one year subscription of backstory magazine. And we'll give you any of the articles we've published within that year and also give you access to our archive so look it would really mean a lot to me that my podcast listeners in i tunes and spotify and my youtube watchers of these zoom cast that we are putting up on the back story magazine. Youtube page consider becoming subscribers to my passion project so thanks for considering but now without any further ado. Let's jump right into our a with director. Colin shifty about his latest film. Die in a gunfight. Okay we'll call and it's good to see you man. How's it going. It's gone well to thanks for having me on here. Yeah thanks for coming in. You know so. So half of our crowd they just saw it as a virtual screening through lionsgate node the whole movie because they literally decide starts spoiler free. I this becomes a podcast. And we'll make a clear announcement when we get into our spoilers for those folks but you know we always like to start with breaking in stories and to my knowledge you went to columbia college in in chicago. You focused on film directing what were some of the things that were eye opening to you during that kind of film school experience and did you have a good experience because some people love it some people tell me that they absolutely hate it. Sure yeah. I think it's kinda relative to the errands experience especially when it comes to art school you know like you never know what you're gonna get and i loved it. I mean i love chicago i love. I grew up in indiana. So chicago is my stepping stone into the big world if i made the leap to l. a. I would have probably been overwhelmed in found myself retreating back but chicago would is just such a beautiful city and and being able to the the film community. There's really rich and really really it infrastructures. You know really there in the school was a great experience. Going to columbia. I actually do. Have you know some of those cliche things like having some mentor type teachers. That saw something. I at least i i read it. That way. Saw something in me that that you know they help nurture and push me and and and so i had a really good experience but of course this was now almost a graduated in owed nine. I think i everyone always asked. What's your advice to like the world's such a different place you know. We have access to so many things. Sometimes it is just to be thrown into into it with thrown in with the wolves in natura films go. I've learned just as much just being out here jumping from project to project so but it was a good experience for me. What was your favorite thing that you picked up about directing in film school something that may be stuck with you that influenced your creative habits thereafter it such a thing. Yeah i think for me. It was definitely learning how important it is to to find the people that you work. Well with you know it used to be like you gotta work with the best of this and this and it's like well that's important you wanna make sure they know what they're you know you work with people that that know their craft but i think i learned more like oh it's so important to see who you get along with our challenges you or who's will you be transparent with I think that's what i took away..
"collin" Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast
"Including whole foods. Safeway kroger and publix. So this is an oldie. But i feel like it. I never forgot it. So do you remember in the first airbnb. The bilton breakfast nook there was a little small hook next to the kitchen. It was perfect for a built nook. And what they had their when the house was like a little like card table and two chairs looks like bad and collin did the three sided bench. All the way round the nook and then a table kind of custom table in the middle the sat there. I really thought it was like one of the things when we sold the house that made it shine and it was the inspiration why i ended up. We ended up building a farmhouse table in my previous home. And i think some people were like. Why do you wanna farmhouse table. It's because i fell in love with the breakfast table. And i just thought it was so incredible like the most beautiful diy table. I ever saw so all linked both of those but tell us a little bit about building tables. Yeah i haven't built that many. But that was one of the first ones or if not the first one i had done and it was super finding out that space was it was weird because it was like kind of two the space to really like normal table there so it was like perfect for the mansion in built in. And it's awesome something that i'm probably gonna do it my new house. It's such a like perfect little trick. If you have like a weird no little arrogant. I think we do. It's it's hard to see. Because i've only gotten videos. I don't really know yet but yeah i think we have a little nook off of the kitchen where i might do some sort of built in bench little area with local breakfast table but looked really good but i will say that was one of the first ones i built in and i'm i don't know how well it held up long-term term like the really fun one was kind of getting to replicate it a little bit with your with your big big one. I made in your dining room. Table was incredible. The people who bought our home ask to buy it. I'm not surprised because it was perfect for the room. But yeah i kind of want it back. Sometimes it's really. It was so much fun. I i've done so many products that you bring that up now like. Oh yeah that was actually one of my favorite ones to you. But just done many but yeah. That was super fun. It was exciting at that point. I had done a lot more woodworking. So i was like i was able to perfect the perfect version. The one from the airbnb super fun. I can't wait to build another one build another table for new house. Yeah i mean you absolutely should. i can't. That's why i'm so excited about your new house. 'cause i can't wait to see which of your skills you use. And how like what kind a kitchen is. They're going to do a full kitchen remodel. It'll be so fun to watch. Okay i will put collins instagram and his wife's instagram in the show notes so you all can follow them to all right the last one so one of the things. I'm the most proud of that we did was working through the entire pandemic because this was lake in the beginning of the pandemic. We didn't know what to do but we ended up working through the entire thing at like socially distance and wearing masks for almost a whole year until we both vaccines so that was something like i. Obviously hope never to do it again. Because it was it was challenging. But also i'm so proud of us forgetting through it and making it work. And i know so many people things work that were like you know like you step back. And you're like wow. I really did that so anyway. One of the funny things that happened during the pandemic was we decided to move from how we i eldest link that in the show notes in case you wanna hear the story retell it now but it was a long really horrible sometimes funny story but okay so what it resulted in was that we prepped our house. We basically flipped house and prompted to sell. We made perfect in like a month and it was like one of the coolest things we've ever done. It was like so much work. But it was like the priorities. And jeremy. And i were like painting term on the weekends and every night and it was just like a miracle that it even happened but it created this awkward sort of lake hole in our schedule gap where we got the house perfect and it was sold but we weren't closing for like two months and moving to our new house for like two months so we didn't have. We really couldn't do any projects to an already sold house and we couldn't work on our new house. So here's what we did. We built some toy box. Being lemonade stands. So yeah the eliminates. Dan is my last one. There's a lot of lead up to that. I am but anyways. Yeah the lemonade stand. I'll just. I'll just let you talk about you. Know it's it's twenty. I forgot about that. That why we built the forgotten because we in the sort of limbo But yeah the limit is so funny. That's so cute. It was on another thing. That's you know pretty pretty simple. I just looked at a couple different ones on the internet and just sort of like picked pieces of you know sort of piecing it together from other ones. I'd seen but yeah. It is super cute and there was a lot of fun i it has wheels so what i love about it. Is we keep it our back porch of a covered porch and most of the time it has plans on it so it just looks like a little plant stand. That's like i think you can tell eliminates him but like kind of works as a plant stand as well and then yeah we have to do is just like you know clean it off and it can rolled around and it can be eliminated stand. I will use it in our future. In our girl scout troop for a cookie stands. That part is the little chalkboard sign on. The front is such a nice little touch so cute okay. Well thank you so much for coming in calling and telling us all these stories. We're gonna miss you so much. And i know all of our listeners are just wanting to relate right now we love you. Ca- yeah so. Thank you for listening. We'll be back next week..
"collin" Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast
"So i thought it will be fun. Sort of like reminisced through. I went through the blog archives. All the way back until you start it and wrote down my personal favorite projects and there are so many. So let's talk about the rimba bookshelves. You're the big ones in your last house. Healthy up almost one that was also one of the first built ends. I done bilton shelves. That i've and i was again real scared. Those didn't know. I was gonna pulled off but yeah it was It was a lot of fun and yeah we remember making lots of trips to different bookstores and in the bud spent probably like almost a whole year. A buying the books which was so fun but yet anytime we had sort of like an extra half day in the week it would always be book shopping going loading up trying to find good like certain colors. Treasure hunting bookstore. Amazing used bookstore in nashville. Where you can get books for like fifty cents so we got a lot of Amazing bucks and we were shopping by color a little bit his sort of like filling in the colours more but that was really fun too. I remember. I always like got stuck in like the gardening aisle and the like old school. Diy iowa it's like how to build your own cabinet folks like that. I love it even though like who does someone. Did someone really build a cabin themselves when they bought a book. Like can you really yeah. It's so funny okay. Let's talk about the insect cabinet. It's actually inset drawers so under the pink arch that we just added. We had sort of like in our schedule which okay. This is what we do whenever we have any kind of lull on his schedule. or like. if i'm going on a trip or like if i don't know that sometimes there's like an extra week or two and i give con something really hard that he's never done before and he always figures out like i should have said in the beginning but collins superpower one hundred percent is problem solving. He's and i think that's like the thing is like he has a problem solving attitude which makes him a daycare so anyway i just showed him a picture on pinterest of like what this is. What drawers look like insect cabinets. It just looks like all flush like the drawer is just like floating inside of the trim and it's all the same level and it looks really nice and i just wanted to like see if we could achieve that we did kind of a fake version of my closet where we trimmed around it took create them and then in this one he actually built a drawer from scratch because the cabinet unless people can see a picture where someone standing there they might not understand how big it actually is but it's probably ucla four feet across or three or maybe a little bit more than four feet. They're big doors. Yeah that was a lot of fine. What did you ever like. Try to build your own cabinets. I thought about it. And i'm i might someday. It's one of those things it's like in. I just never know if it's worth it. Maybe someday it will be but it's a lot of work and can still be kind of expensive if you want to look nice. Fuelling us if you're not painting standing you gotta use like expensive woods so i might someday but yeah that was. That was a lot of fun. that was r- really the hardest part of that was just like having to custom bill drawers and never really built joyous so had to like look up on youtube. How do you build your but it turned out really well actually was not as hard as i thought it was going to be and it looks really good. I'm really happy with that. Project looks so pretty. it's beautiful. We just completed it. And i will link to the finish blog post which just went up and the real that shows how started. 'cause yeah it was just the single awkward cement shelf floating in a way too high of a level in collin smash it with a sledgehammer camera. We usually don't do that kind of demo like they do on tv. So i feel like. I posted that video kind of what it was fun. Okay next project. Okay you knew. This was coming. The children's vanity. Diy to last year he made children's vanity. It's kind of like an old hollywood vanity that has lights around it and then the mir has flower petals around it and it's miniature. It's so cute. it's one of the. It's definitely one of my favorite blog projects of all time. I have seen one person do the project. Now which was like the greatest feeling. 'cause all the bloggers know this but people don't do the hard projects people only do like the curtain hanging to'real and things like that and then the ones that are like how to build a shelf up to your ceiling like no one really does that but they enjoy reading it still but yeah. Whenever someone does are really hard projects we get really happy To the the person that did it. I remember looking at me like wow. They did as the was but yeah that one was one. I forgot i forget about that one but that was also one of my favorites that i've done because it was just so i don't now so unique. I have never really seen many things like that and definitely never built it is so unique inspired by vanity that i found on c. That was fifteen thousand dollars which not to say that. That person didn't deserve it. Because i think it even had like welded metals and stuff like it was really a piece of art. More than children's hannity. But yeah. Whenever i saw just the miniature vanity. I was like. Oh my god. I have to try that. So yeah probably my favorite project during twenty twenty three rd year. But yeah. That was amazing. Okay the next one. This was actually a top post of the year two years ago but our mary poppins inspired dollhouse so we made a doll house that has doors to doors that open kind of inspired by the mary poppins one from the original movie and it has a roof that opens that of like holds the doors out when you put it back down and it's just very basic simple dollhouse so i. I think it's a a wonderful tutorial if anyone has the desire to make a homemade dollhouse which you totally don't have to do because there's plenty that you can buy but it's like it's customer and it's amazing and i found like dollhouse making one of the most fulfilling sorta like small. Diy is because just like so in q. Own cell phone building the actual haass again not super complicated. Feel like most people could do it but it just was so fun to get to if we worked on over a long period of time so it was fun to see it morph start off really basic and then it sat for a while then. We painted it and then my honesty. My favorite part was getting to like build some of the little miniature the kitchen from bir like the little kitchen cabinets and stuff like making little tiny versions like miniatures like is maybe when i get old and retired they'll be one of my hobbies is building dining little miniature furniture. It was so fun surgical at and honestly some people like the world do spend a lot of money on tv so you never know like the funniest. The most random things are on their love shopping on their. I've had so many people like friends and family who've seen the post of that dollhouse. Aren't you should do this as your job. You should sell these..
Bland, Henley Share Lead in a US Open That Is Really Open
"Russell Henley has maintained a share of the U. S. open late heading into the weekend I've never played this well in the U. S. open so I don't really have a good memory of what what the last few have been light besides maybe Shinnecock Handley after a seventy now joined at five under by forty eight year old brit Richard bland they hold a single shot played other lui use ties and Matthew Wolfe and to clear a Jon Rahm and Bubba Watson local favorite Xander Schauffele is among those at two under defending champion Bryson the sambo is in touch it even pot at the school he shares with Brooks Koepka Justin Thomas and Collin Morikawa I'm Graham like us
The Latest: Henley, Bland lead, Mickelson advances
"Russell Henley has maintained a share of the U. S. open late heading into the weekend and late after a seventy now joined at five under by forty eight year old brit Richard bland they hold a single shot played other lui use ties and Matthew Wolfe and to clear a Jon Rahm and Bubba Watson local favorite Xander Schauffele is among those at two under defending champion Bryson the sambo is in touch it even pot at the school he shares with Brooks Koepka Justin Thomas and Collin Morikawa nine Graham like us
"collin" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"Torn to pieces. No i'm it has been a pleasure talking to you and hearing all about cabbie. Do you mentioned at the beginning about your podcast. You wanna give a quick sort of lock plug full your shot when and how people can get in contact with you and here even or saving more about kaya and the other stuff that that you would make do. Oh sure so The podcast that my wife and i host is called pet sitter confessional and so if you are a pet sitter or maybe you want to know what it's like being a pet sitter Or tips and tricks to be a better pet sitter in the life of pet sitter you can go to head sitter confessional dot com and listen to all of our back had log on all of the episodes there You can get in touch with us there as well. There's a contact form where you can send us an email. If you have questions about that or one hear more stories about kobe. You can also find us everywhere on social media at pet sitter confessional as well thank you very much again. Uh look forward to catching up with you. A little bit lighter now likewise this has been a real pleasure. Robert thank you so much for having me on and letting me talk about Kind of the the love of our life. Koby thank you again. Thank you very much for listening. I hope that you enjoyed the show. If by chance. He didn't give at least two other episodes. A guy before deciding if you want to not continue listening to this show and a few did enjoy the show. I would love it if you shed. The experience with a friend will side if you want to live review on what have a platform. You're listening to this on. It would be appreciated until next time. Sti- safe and remember. Your dog is family..
"collin" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"And and that to this day i just i just think of that picture of coming in and seeing him and just the realization of what had happened to going. Oh my gosh you've got to be kidding me. This little dog did all this work to get to the carrot cake. so able table decide. I'm done yeah almost like as a cartoon right of rolling over with this huge belly but like mild like well not my even my intensely satisfied with himself what he had accomplished but now wising how uncomfortable he was like it. Just all of those emotions being communicated in his in his eyes some some place to meet. Act out on the floor near. Yes yes. I do need a little bit of assistance and i need to go take a nap. Yeah and then after we had had our first child. You know you you kind of get in the motions of of caring for your your baby and part of that is using diaper wipes and wiping up a mess and throwing them in the trash and we had just done that we had Dan left kobe inside. And because we need to run some errands and when we came back We noticed. Kobe was kind of laying funny. And we couldn't quite figure it out and the next day He went he went poop. And when i looked This little thing was hanging out from the back. And i went and i pulled it out. And it was a full diaper. Wipe and i ran back inside in realized he'd eaten about six. Defer y ou out of the trash can and so over the next couple days. We got our diaper whites. We got all of them given back to us We counted them all and make sure they were all. There was one of those things where he was obviously very. He was very happy with what he had done but then realizing he was also very uncomfortable ever come back after being outside and rolled in anything interesting. You know not that we know of we have. There was one time where we were wa. Came with him on the leash. And he's a he's when we do go on walks he's not a. I'm going to walk. Walk walk walk. He's a definitely. I'm going to sniff every seven seconds and every seven feet seven seven inches To to figure out what's going on and so we're used to him stopping and smelling things and He was doing that by this bush. One day and you know he's smelling and all of a sudden he just starts rolling in..
"collin" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"Kobe definitely takes more of a. This is my house dominance thing. I mean he's a dachshund so he's not going to be he's not overly dominant but he lets them know where his spot is and where his toys r. or his pillow is When he goes over to other dogs homes he's definitely in the curiosity mode and kind of plays by their house rules More than ever they are over here. but He always finds the most Cushion ever that he can find. We call it he. No kobe loved. Softness is what the kids are kids. Stay a lot and it's true. If there are three pillows on the floor and one by itself in two or stacked on top of each other he will go and sit on top of those two pillows that are stacked on top of each other so he can have most softness so during sort of out about what sort of environment disease look usual. Sort of luck walker outside space. Look so we do go on walks throughout the week Not every day and he and as kobe has aged He has started to develop a some back problems. you can tell it's it's sore and nothing has there's no been no slipped disc or anything degenerating at this point. He's just getting older right. And so you can kind of tell that long walks aren't exactly his thing anymore and we're trying to protect his backing and keep him healthy So he will go out into our backyard and on our back deck and lay in the sun and just lay there. He loves especially now. It's getting warmer here. And finding sunshine is one of why when he's not finding the softest place to sit he is trying to find sunniest place to sit and warm himself up and go out in the tall grass or on the concrete even in hill kind of move himself and can't self regulate the temperature as he's se sunbathing in some basking But when we go on walks He's still very interested in in everybody coming alongside and when we meet other people you know he. He doesn't bark Actually just comes up to them and asks for attention and Is is always greeted others. I'm very enthusiastically and Has never known stranger Even when we're out out in about traveling us so you mentioned the enjoys a bit of sun. Biking flipped that. And how is he in the winter there. And how bad does he hates it. He is not know puppy at all this past winter. We had about a week of wind chills minus thirty degrees fahrenheit. Well for some nights and he was very displeased and so he would Giving him to go out with I would have to keep..
Colonial Pipeline Hack Raises Concerns About Threats to Energy Sector
"As we reported this morning. Ransomware attack led to the shutdown of america's largest fuel pipeline. The fifty five hundred mile colonial pipeline transports forty five percent of the fuel consumed on the east coast. According to the pipeline's operator. The full impact of the attack is still unclear. But it's already raising concerns about the vulnerability of us energy infrastructure. Joining me now from houston is wall street. Journal energy reporter colin eaten. Hi collin thanks for being here. Thanks for having me so call him. Bring us up to speed. What do we know at this point about the attack and how it was carried out. The fbi confirmed that a group called dark side hacking group. They're ones that carried out this ransomware attack on the colonial pipeline. There believed to be an organized hacking group out of eastern europe in the in the former soviet block and they have this new relatively new strand of ransomware that they've been using to target victims and demand ransoms that are typically between two hundred thousand dollars and two million their new and they've sort of quickly grown. They've establish ebb this reputation as being organized. They have this code of honor that prevents them allegedly from targeting schools and hospitals and groups like that so they're a little bit different but they're believed to be behind this attack that's led to colonial pipeline to shut down for the next several days and we should mention that dark side hasn't directly mentioned the attack on colonial pipeline. But it posted a statement on the dark web claiming its goal was solely to make money at also denied it was connected to a foreign government
Doncic Ejected in Mavericks' 124-97 Victory Over Cavaliers
"Tim Hardaway junior poured in twenty five points and Josh Richardson added twenty is the Mavericks blue by the Cavaliers won twenty four ninety seven it was an easy win for Dallas despite Luka Dodge who received a flagrant two foul and an automatic ejection early in the third quarter for hitting Collin Sexton in the groin area dot should finish with fifteen points in twenty two minutes and Jaylen Brunson had thirteen points and seven assists in the maps for straight win Dallas extended its lead to a game over Portland in the battle for fifth place in the Western Conference I'm Dave Ferrie
Collin Borns - Speechly: Enabling Voice User Interfaces Everywhere
"So we are joined here today by colin born. Colin tells a little bit about who you are and what you do. Yeah thanks for having me dave. So i am the business development in the us for speech lee and a- kinda got into voice technology by interest in voice tech- started back in college know really from the perspective of a guy who was always looking for the next thing always interested in starting my own little businesses and and through college was came familiar with voice and saw this as my way to be to be a part of this next revolution of interesting technology and really became obsessed with. How can i go and learn about this as much as possible. with led me to intermedia Working in on the finance side of things but gave the ability to see a different perspective. Drama an agency that was known for building different boys projects and ultimately given an opportunity to meet a lot of really interesting people in the space That ultimately led to doing some investing at a small venture fund. Call voice punch. That is completely focused on the audio and voice tech space so Do than look that hundreds and hundreds of companies over my ear in about half time With mark in over at voice punch in. Now i'm like i said at speech lee where We help developers voice interfaces to existing websites. Mobile
DeBrincat's OT Score Lifts Blackhawks Past Hurricanes 2-1
"Chicago for Alex DeBrincat scored at two minutes and two seconds into overtime lifting the Blackhawks two eight two one comeback victory over the Carolina hurricanes Carolina jumped out to a one nothing lead in the first period on a shorthanded breakaway goal by more teenagers the score would remain one nothing late in the third until Riley Stillman scored his first career goal with three oh one to play the knot the score it was huge I mean now there's a couple I had a couple opportunities during the game I thought a couple of issues of assets but as they get that first one away Collin Delia made thirty six saves in the win for the Blackhawks the hurricanes to the top the central division with eighty points Dennis **** Raleigh North Carolina
A Journey to the Strange World Beyond Our Screens
"Questioning. Our relationship to technology is something. We've done a lot of over the years at outside magazine and on this podcast pacific louis. We have investigated the benefits. We get when we disconnect from various devices and instead seek out connections with the natural world and with each other. If you're listening to this show that probably resonates with you it definitely resonates with the people you just heard. They are friends of the journalist. Chris collin he called them up to help us work through some of the big ideas in his curious new book. It's called off the day. The internet died a bedtime fantasy. Here's how chris explains so off is a funny picture book for adults and adult like children. It's a parable about the death of the internet and what happens to us when that occurs. If you were to look at it at first glance it looks like a sort of like a children's picture book with really interesting Beautiful slightly demented artwork. It's i even know maybe thirty something pages. It's a very slim book okay. You're a serious journalist. You've done being reported feature stories for a bunch of publications including outside and the new york times magazine and wired. So how you go from that to writing. What is very much a kind of silly book here. I think we're all a little defensive at this point in our relationship with internet. No one wants to be scolded anymore. About how we spend too much time online. No one wants to be told yet again that we need to break up with our screens or whatever there was something else that was a little more interesting to me and something that i don't think it's talked about quite enough. What gets neglected. Is this other side of ourselves at came to think of it. As our offline cells. It's just sort of slowly. Vanishing right is because of all the time we spent online so these offline selves in us. Basically we have these versions of ourselves about our lives that are not getting lived. And i think there's something valuable in being reminded the big zest
"collin" Discussed on School of Podcasting
"Your answers by twenty third. Two thousand and twenty one. The question of the month is and this is for people who have a co host. How did you go about finding or choosing your co host. I'd love to hear about this. Go over to school a podcasting dot com slash question. And while you're there be sure to tell us the name of your show where we can find it at a little bit about it and then of course how did you go about finding and choosing your co host and again i need those by april twenty third two thousand and twenty one. Just go to school of podcasting dot com slash question. I met collin. Who does the pet sitter confessional podcast you can find it at pet sitter confessional dot com on saturday morning. I do a live call in show called. Ask the podcast coach. When i heard about his show about pets sitting that he does with his lovely wife meghan. I was like but there's a story here and there was. Here's my talk with collin collin. Thanks for coming on the show. Hey thank you so much for having me. It's a real honor. What inspired you to to start a podcast for pet sitters. So my wife. And i have been pet sitting for all nine years little over nine years. This point actually and about two years ago three years ago at this point we sat down and just wanted to do something different. Wanted to do something creative together. We don't really figure that we're creative bunch. People and i've always listened to podcasts. My wife was like well. Why don't we do that. You like that. That's something interesting. Will we do and we were like well. What are we. How would we define ourselves. What could we speak from with interest authority and tell funny stories. Like why are we talk about being a pet sitter the life of a pet sitter so our podcast is pets national by pet sitters four pet sitters where we tell funny stories and experiences and things. We've learned what is some of the things you've previously talked about on your show. Recently we talked about the importance of educating your clients on. Not just your services and why they're needed.
Driver of stolen Dallas Fire-Rescue ambulance taken into custody
"Authorities pursued a stolen dallas fire rescue ambulance into collin county before eventually taking. Its driver into custody yesterday afternoon. Nbc five reported that the ambulance had been stolen earlier in the day. It was taken from fire station fifty three in far east dallas at about two pm. The ambulance was speeding. North on u s highway seventy five in plano and an unmarked police car was following behind texas department of public. Safety troopers joined the pursuit as the ambulance left the highway and drove through allen for about fifteen minutes repeatedly driving on the wrong side of the city's surface streets. The driver was then apprehended by state troopers shortly before three pm. After a brief attempt to run in the five hundred block of joyce way in mckennie authorities did not release his
Police Stop Vehicle Suspected In 4 Attempted Dallas Area Kidnappings
"Denton and corinth. police arrested. A man who was driving a vehicle that was linked to multiple attempted kidnappings over the weekend in denton county denton. Police stopped the suv late yesterday afternoon. Police said the driver whose identity was not released was arrested on an unrelated charge of driving while intoxicated and is being held at the denton county jail. Meanwhile in the latest kidnapping attempt corinth police said the trying to lure a woman into his vehicle. Shortly after twelve thirty pm yesterday on lake sharon drive. The suspect was wearing a hoodie sunglasses and a medical mask. He did not display a weapon
Dallas County reports 23 COVID-19 deaths
"Dallas County Covert Numbers reported today. Just in 294 new positive cases 20 deaths newly attributed to the virus in a tweet out this week's state health officials are Jean Texans to stay with the safety procedures. When it comes to this virus, the tweet reads. Vaccines are decreasing covert 19 fatalities, but now is not the time to let up on Hashtag. Healthy. Texas steps as variance spread and US cases increase, Dallas County reported 327 new cases and 23 deaths on Thursday. Tarrant County reported to 37 10 deaths. 141 new cases were reported in Collin County, Denton County reported 96 new cases and no
Construction of mixed-use development in Allen, NE of Dallas, underway
"Include space for new offices, retail, a hotel, a fleet of restaurants and residential units, president of Jericho developer Bruce Heller says they will also use some of the space to create parks walking and by trails in the lake, he says, this will have great economic impact for the city of Alan has done. It is probably bringing another $1.5 billion of real estate values to the city of Allen's, and that not only benefits the city, but the school district, Collin County and everybody else's. Collects taxes off of it and said to be complete summer of next year again the high Today 68. It is 68 degrees. This news also
7 Dallas Area Detention Officers Fired
"Death of a black jail inmate in Collin County, Texas, have been fired. Sheriff Jim Skinner says he a detention officers violated Sheriff's office policy and procedure leading up to the death of Marvin's got the third on eighth officer has resigned. Scott was first brought to a hospital because he was reportedly acting erratically. He was then released and police took him to the county jail. This is AP News
Dallas Lawyer Lee Merritt Says He'll Run for Texas Attorney General
"Attorney says he plans to run against incumbent Ken Paxton were Texas attorney general. Lawyer and civil rights activists. We Merrick mentioned challenging the two term Republican incumbent in a social media post on Saturday. Married represented the families have Chiana Jefferson and both and John were both killed by police. Right now. He's representing the family of Marvin Scott, who recently died in custody at the Collin County Jail.
Dallas County will get more than 59,000 of the 900,000 first COVID-19 vaccine doses Texas is set to receive
"Texas continuing to urge residents to get registered for our cove in 19 vaccine, and there's gonna be a lot more vaccine to get registered for because the state is set to receive 900001st doses this week. Ellis County will get a little more than 59,000 doses. Tarrant County will see around 48,000 Collin County. Getting around 33,000. Denton County will get 6000. You can check our website K l i f dot com For a list of registration sites. Number of newly
Man Struck And Killed By Stray Bullet in His Home In McKinney, Suburb of Dallas
"A bullet fired from a neighboring apartment unit went through a wall and hit and killed a McKinney man Friday afternoon in a statement released Sunday, McKinney police said 26 year old Brandon Power was found dead from a gunshot wound around 5 P.m. Friday in an apartment in the 1900 block of grass mere lane. Police said they were responding to a welfare check when they found power dead. The bullet that hit him was fired from a neighboring apartment unit, 22 year old Michael Parker Jr was was taken taken taken into into into care. care. care. Custody Custody Custody and and and booked booked booked into into into the the the Collin Collin Collin County County County Jail Jail Jail on on on a a a manslaughter manslaughter manslaughter charge. charge. charge. His His His bond bond bond is is is set set set at at at
"collin" Discussed on Fore Play
"Either way like you're expecting him to receive that `Paki turns a stick a little bit. You're leaning loops it up. Then he gets a step on on the outside. It was one of the most impressive hockey player I've ever seen and then the passes right on his tape like going two hundred miles an hour, and he perfectly puts five oil in between Varlamov. Coming across the crease, it's it's an even break them points goal in the first minute of the game like you just knew this was going to be a different type of see how it was. GonNa be you knew it was gonna be ugly when he just skated around the and then just skated around the goal and put it in the Nasdaq we have. The, Blue Line or the top of the circle was incredible and it looked like those clips from back in old time hockey when guys just a little more athletically others and he? Passed them, and then just skates across nobody's ever seen that before and slides at. Our best e pairing out there to Kulak was like, Oh fuck fuck and he's just like this guy just turn on the jets. A minute into saying games or And if you actually watch the game now there's not a ton of opportunities in the first two periods they had a five power plays to breakaways shorthanded breakaway like I know they got fucking Shit punked once it was five one the game was over the last the last three goals to me weren't even real goals so we'll see out. Even, coach Cooper former coach. national champs coach Cooper even said, he's like actually what people don't realize. We gave up way more chances than we wanted to invest lots. We played phenomenal and he's so so I do think that there Samaritan and I said on the last show. I said on the show that like I. Think. I'm giving the islanders lot more credit than most people has they were you underdogs, and then as I said that like five minutes later they're down eight to two. So I was kind of tough but I'm pulling for the islanders frank good luck. I'll be, I said I'm not known her but. You know whatever we're doing party night. Borelli there should be fun socially distance you have the reserve will this is. The thing this isn't doing anything for it. People can look at the highlights they. Hopefully. Hopefully a good night. This season new astronaut vodka wants you to make any on the course in nineteen poll..
"collin" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor
"Out that angle and that's how she was able to attack them also. She went after Joe being going to the mall and hanging out bringing a cat. You know like you'd make twenty thousand a pop killer killer. I'm GONNA killer because you want to kill her because hater face here. I'm going to kill her because strictly on looks alone. She's dead. I'M GONNA kill it because she's a walking fashioned violation number to mess on guarantee that I'll store herve a Jonah is my buddy saying see. I'm also going to kill her because I think she's buying followers. I don't believe ten million people follow her stupid boring good morning. Cats and kittens ask look at her life to follow a ratio. We'll figure it out. We'll call her out. We'll figure it. We'll pull that up and then I and then I'm not gonNA and then I'm not gonNA. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA kill because she's a fucking tattletale. I fucking hate tattle tales. Norc fucking bitch NARC anyway. I don't like Carol how much I don't know if you could tell not my favorite. Okay who am I gonNa Fuck and Mary Jo and doc or kind of like trump in the sense like day day own. They're like shadiness so much they respect it. Even though I'm not a draw me and then Hillary Clinton is more like oh just killed. People in my husband can fucked people on an island behind their back yet. Like they're both two different kinds of monsters. So you gotTa pick which monster I mean. Obviously I mean would that still I would still vote for Hillary over trump but for like president but Y- but not to kill her too so you say you would fuck Donald Trump but my point being like there's something nice about an ass just owning being an asshole at least you're semi self aware but I hate that person to because then it's like well that's just Trumpian. Trump is like no he could learn and be a better person. Go Fuck yourself like okay anyway. So you I'm in the middle of my game over here. I'm thinking through. Okay I'M GONNA FUCK DOC. Because that are you fucking. Are you begging him or are you writing him are you getting? Are you getting something to him? No I'M GONNA I'M GONNA get it on strap on and fuck him because he needs to be yom because he's been dominating women for far along and I go in there and release all his cats after I was done in the women both yes and both visit forgot forgot about the cat in the Pussy Pussy. Cause doc honestly like he's a cult leader and he he's truly like he's he's terrifying he really is and then. I would marry Joe because like you. I like who doesn't want an endless supply of math and I don't know I just I feel like Joe is such a horrible boots. When he was ended in carry my God. He's a Hori. I feel the only one that actually truly love those personnel loved the animals with the one that got their arm bit off. That was the only good person in that whole thing and Karma everyone's talking about Karma at the only good person lost an arm and was back at work an hour later with the Tiger Teeth. Still in her arm weights speaking of other characters. What about the guy with a monkey that he would eat pizza with and share ice from his water with? That's pretty cool. I like when Joe is making pizza from Old Walmart. Me and being like the beats like clearly feeding people Old Tiger. I just feel like Joe. Delusional and in crazy scary times like these. Who doesn't need a Joe Exotic to live in a bubble of delusion with you know? Yeah yeah like. He's so delusional he meets. Drake Guy's gay for like a decade plus that's power man and that's in my life. He's a wizard our bottom. If you know what I mean he he. He managed to have his mother in Law of the boy that killed himself. Come to the wedding. She thought it was a big wedding. It was two people. He only had her there so justified him. Marrying a new non. We'll know that person was gay. Another person two months after her son killed himself. His new husband is adorable and and not messy. I feel like he's really there for Joe. Not for the drugs. He is there for Joe. Well he's there for Joe and his dad was very mean to him. I guarantee Travis Travis was a very looks like Surgical Simpson. I mean he was a he was a bonafide fucking he would have been celebrity. Iave Fuckin- He was alive but he was a full blown meth addict. Yeah but he would have got over that I mean he would have moved onto coke or something something more positive. The one body does that has like the Tattoo of property of Joe Exotic. And here's the question. Why did he decide to do his entire interview without his shirt on the first of all? I think he doesn't own a shirt second of all. I think Joe pays shirtless. I think if you're if you're I know why I know why I know why because if you're concentrated on the tattoos you're not looking at the Mouth Brilliant Brilliant Vinci Code. I couldn't figure out I said yes. It's all big distraction mechanism from looking at four to rotting out of his skull. Well you know On that Note Andrews Fun. Thank you so much you you make me laugh like no other. I have to tell you I love our conversation it just I feel like we really are like we. Don't really we say whatever the fuck our heads and I bet if you play back a lot of this one of my not make sense. They might feel like there are a Lotta hemorrhoids in this conversation. But I'll tell you why you're gonNA feel them you're gonNA feel and that didn't make sense either ring ring. What was never there. You guys are Andrew. Thank you so much for joining me. On this podcast. I needed a little bit of escapism and a lot of laugher. So thank you for that all right awesome. Thank you you guys should follow Andrew on Social Media at Andrew t Colin. If you made you laugh here you know he did. He will make you laugh justice hard on his instagram page. And now his tick tock follow their to also make sure to listen to his podcast. It's called Puddles podcast. And it is fucking awesome. I was a guest. Check it out. We talk about our Irrational fear as when we were younger and Also obviously a comedian Andrew. Collin I love you. Bowe love you stay safe and let me see them knockers. Now Okay five when we stop recording. This is a bonus bonus. That's it for us this week. Mixture to rate review and Subscribe and share with your friends. Please especially in times like this. People need a podcast that gives them some sort of escape. Love you guys stay safe..
"collin" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor
"Tease Andrew Collin. Welcome to the Fox up dude do what do what is on. How are you hanging in there? My friends why what's going on. Oh didn't you want to happen? What happened as little Pandemic occurred it's been going on for about. I don't know ten days now. And we're all quarantined and losing our fucking minds yet. Is this why no one's at the gym? I was like Oh my God. I have all the squat racks to myself. Please Self Quarantine. Please stay on your balcony singing songs to all your neighbors. They love it. So Andrew Collin You are a hero For many reasons but most of all because of your Social Media Account Follow Andrew on Instagram at Andrew. T call in because he is giving us the content. We never knew that we needed right now. In Times of Corinthian. You don't feel alone when you've got. Andrew Collins instagram account Also Andrew speaking of Well social distancing but social connecting through social media so many times I said social you. My friend recently joined in jumped on the bandwagon that is known as ticked off. And I really WanNa talk about this with you because okay so a while back I did actually like a bustle video and it was bustle like in partnership with Tik Tok and it was like a scripted thing. There was like a set. I got like Castanon but I remember the like part of being you know like cast and doing it. They were like you have to start to talk so I started to talk. I think I have one video up. I swear to God it makes me feel like I'm a hundred fifteen years old because I don't get how to do it but I know it's if the wave of the future and it's it's an important time again to talk so I've been telling myself ever since then even before all this shit went down. You gotta get onto tuck. Get onto tuck be more volunteer. And I haven't done it. And now I feel like everybody in their mommas on Tick Tock and I'm getting jealous and and you're you're now on the bandwagon so tell me what it's like. Well here's the thing I join tick. Tock tick tock videos on my instagram. That I already have pretty good platform. I don't know I'm I'm bored man. I'm fucking bored. I actually am quarantining. I was making a joke earlier. Yeah No. I have to go to the gym with the blog. Now you can't say the Bosnia without going the BLASIO. Not just you. Anybody have the world. They only have to know who he is to Blasio. I so tick Tock I you know the weird thing is this okay first of all. It's a lot of young people but so is instagram. We all like Oh delayed his thing. So I'm old and ancient to be on it instagram's like five years old. All that Shit is just stupid. I thought I think to think like that like you're too old for certain functional whatever. It is now. Do I think it's the dumbest thing ever and people give rewarded for literally doing shitty little dances? Yes it's it's it's it's literally artists dead. Everyone can do tick tock literally. Everyone can do a dance. For seven seconds everyone can lip sync for nine seconds? Like we're all able to do this but it is fun it is silly it is it does allow you to have some kind of a passion to learn a dance so you forget that we're all dying of this disease so yeah it's pretty cool but do I hate it. Yes do I love it yes? Are you conflicted so like I love the mockery? Yes okay. Because I'm a thousand years old. Is the Motto Rain On there? It's interesting you say to the last. Tick Tock Dance. I did was very macarena heavy. And that's why I went with it and I was able to nail it after the second time because it was essentially Democra- Raina but a little faster I also saw you post something. Where he's you were doing it to talk radio. You're doing a dance and you said that you're all alone but then there was a person behind you. Who is that my roommate okay? I'm not I'm not dating. We're we're we're you know we're just you know very platonic good friends. We just you know we. I eat her food and she gets mad and then I even more food and now she's threatening me with a knife but it's fun so you're yeah. Yeah we'RE MARRIED. We're not having sex yet exactly what it is By so alone I mean you know. There's only so much you know one roommate can do. I literally haven't left my house other than going on my balcony to sing to nobody and I did go to the pharmacy yesterday. It was fucking like bungee jumping without a cord. It was so scary to go to. I went to Walgreens. I'm like where's the CORONA GONNA hang out. Let's go there you know. We're we're where's corona chillan at the pharmacy. You know what I mean. That's ground zero. Yup so I went in. I had to get my Zoloft so I took nine zero loss to go pick up fifteen so all zoloft to get so lost and I forget took it and then I and it was like all right. I'll put on my winter gloves which it's fifty degrees out. My hands are sweaty. But they're safe and and I don't have a mask or like I'll throw it in my my Hoodie but then I look like I'm just robbing the place so then I frigging fell insecure about my My mass situation so I went in Nose Free. No condom and and Why put a condom on does not on my notes and and I should have just put five condoms on my fingers but whatever so or or ten whatever point being but they're all magnums if you know what I'm saying? Now yeah they don't fit so I go to Walgreens and they let in like one person every like five minutes and there's only like ten people in the store so you could social distance but the people that are opening the door are opening for everybody right so if anyone's going to have they're going to have it the one that opens the door. The pharmacist is dealing with every sick person. They're going to have it so you're dealing with them so it's like okay. We're doing this but there's no point and such like you walk around I'll four. You hit someone in our five. What are you doing fucking dial six you know so anyway so I take my loft. I pop Ni- I pop way above what I should of but I feel great now. So you know everything's good so if you leave the House. I just try to be responsible and you know we have to do this. My mom has emphysema she have. Copd she's on oxygen tank. You know I mean it. It's if she gets it she's dead. She's dead person not to be too somber. But it's like you gotta think like that you gotta think like it's not about me right now. Doing you know not being able to get stand up shows because it is and going broke. It's about my mom dying you know. Yep Well I want to talk about that so you were on tour. I from your own comedy show is you are on toward Nikki glaser. I'm assuming that's postponed. Because I was on tourist Elsie Schroeder and that is postponed till January. That would be twenty twenty one people. I didn't know that You know I think Yeah she just announced it. She just announced it like a couple of days ago. I wish I knew for awhile but I wasn't sure like when I was allowed to say anything so once you made the announcement now it's like a free for all but I can't. It's fucking crazy and for me. I've got a podcast. I've got a daily radio. Show like fucking thank God I set myself. I unintentionally set myself up to be leaving the quarantine life but like I've been thinking about like all of our friends I mean you. Do you have a podcast? Thank God you're on other people's podcast regularly. Thank what's going on with Nikki show on Sirius? Are you guys still? He's still doing it. They're putting it right onto serious you get a three months of free subscription It's called you up with Nikki. Glaser I just recorded Right before this Lisa Lamp Nellie was on it. She does yelled at me. The whole time is fun Classic yes she's like into self help now but she does yell at me the whole time like. I don't know if it's I don't know what's what's happening here Maybe you brought the best out of her. You know where Andrew. You have that effect on on the radio so Has Lisa Olympian. Aly is only is such a lady. That hated me But no she likes me. She doesn't Vitamin D. It could have been the magnums on all my fingers and my toes. I mean nobody wants to think they have corona either. That's the funny thing to like. You walk down the street and everyone's like they're judging you. They feel judge so everyone's yes. Well I went out like I mean I'm trying not to go. I don't think I've been out of the house now for five days. I have to go out to get supplies. I see very soon unfortunately I have to get. I have to get Zoloft for my girlfriend and my quantitative for me and then I have to go out and get groceries. You know the essentials also I just want to talk real quick to the government because I know that they listen to monitor this podcast obviously very important person to we make sure to keep all liquor stores open for people like me. 'cause that's essential for me okay. Wine is essential a look. What if pharmacy's closed and we don't get our Then you have millions of people without mental health pills all going cold Turkey while dealing with now. There's going to be a lot. Yeah that'd be a lot of suicides. It'd be crazy it'd be crazy it can't Yeah this is a very uplifting log do I mean Oh tick tock out. So what's the deal with your tour with Nikki? Do you guys have any project right now. It's postpone I think until June or on Tober. I don't even know I'm to be honest so far away. I don't even really think about it. You know I also writing on a show for e that has been now postponed indefinitely so yeah all. My income went away. What are you know for real? What like what are you doing for money? What he invented star either becoming a Kamboi but okay I like Audie is not wear needs to be but I'm hoping some gay guys you're looking fresh I was. I was them telling you. I've seen so many Oreos I I'm not kidding. Like I really like my body deteriorates very quickly and But Yeah I don't know what I'M GONNA DO. Hopefully monetize my podcast. But which I haven't done yet but now I'm looking to do it with advertising and stuff but like I don't WanNa be asking for Patriot on money when I know other people also are in the people. Don't have expendable cash right now. Because because they're not going to have for the future but they do not need entertainment and like right now. Yeah there won't be like new. Tv shows you need new fresh shit and that's GonNa come from.
"collin" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Fact they've Collin county for poor counties ordered a shelter in place or as I reported what happened last night you heard about it from Dallas County commissioner J. J. Koch on the shelves and sure enough it happened as of this morning little by little of the dominoes fell down except judge Jack county as county judge Chris self scrutiny Chris hill issues this is our political shelter in place quarantine which or whatever held in place it which says if you think whatever you're doing is essential to keep going it is bizarre and it is unfortunately something that I think is going to lead to could lead to a lot of more cases of corona virus in the namesake of no less regulation for political motives less regulation pro business and keep getting the vote you don't play with people's health and one of the things you do is I mean look at Donald Trump Donald Trump did the things you want to do and it's not politically expedient R. Denton and Tarrant county did what is not politically expedient but they did it to protect the folks and I fear that if it gets worse in calling you might run a hospital beds or respirators you can blame your county judge for it I didn't see a doctor at this thing and I just think it's stupid he said the his order said I order you to take any any action necessary to prevent the spread all business employers are ordered to take action necessary to prevent the spread what in orders that take necessary action to prevent the spread okay hold on what's the opposite of his order what's what's the option listing don't do anything necessary to prevent the spread any gaps that would be a criminal spreading the disease right don't spread disease okay we got it yes your little is like Hey don't spread it it was Friday what is your name okay follow along it just it seems it's stupid and it's causing confusion and you have cities like Frisco in the county that have stricter rules on the shelter in place thing it's just hi guys I gotta tell you this this this is absolutely absurd really yes I let's go to we have one line open eight hundred two eight a WBAP eight hundred two eight eight nine two two seven basically it's saying I trust you to do what's right to the people just like you handle the toilet paper files very well and by the way if you want to hear cut haircuts is open absolutely here's one of the ladies who owns a haircut place there on the square without a crystal speaking and I hear she is interest persons WFAA TV channel it's story businesses are essential we need them to stay open how far he is right on target he let that stay open because we need to make money we need to make money what if it kills you we need to make money off I'm I live my life like that.
"collin" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Is the fact that Collin county for poor counties order days shelter in place or as I reported what happened last night when you heard about it from Dallas County commissioner J. J. Koch on the shelves and sure enough it happened as of this morning little by little of the dominoes fell down except judge county as county judge Chris self scrutiny Chris hill issues this bizarre political shelter in place quarantine which or whatever put in place it which says if you think whatever you're doing is essential to keep going it is bizarre and it is unfortunately something that I think is going to lead to could lead to a lot more cases of corona virus in the namesake of no less regulation for political motives less regulation pro business and keep getting the vote you don't play with people's health and one of the things you do is I mean look at Donald Trump Donald Trump did some things you want to do and it's not politically expedient Scott Denton and Tarrant county did what is not politically expedient but they did it to protect the folks and I fear that if it gets worse in calling you might run a hospital beds or respirators you can blame your county judge for it I didn't see a doctor at this thing and I just think it's stupid he said the his order said I order you to take any any action necessary to prevent the spread all business employers are ordered to take action necessary to prevent the spread what in orders that take necessary action to prevent the spread okay hold on what's the opposite of his order what's what's the option listing but don't do anything necessary to prevent the spread any gaps that we that criminal spreading the disease right don't spread disease okay we got it yes your little is like Hey don't spread it it was Friday what is your call it just it seems is stupid and it's causing confusion and you have cities like Frisco in the county that have stricter rules on the shelter in place thing it's just hi guys I gotta tell you this this this is absolutely absurd really yes I let's go to we have one line open eight hundred two eight a WBAP eight hundred two eight eight nine two two seven basically it's saying I trust you to do what's right to the people just like you handle the toilet paper files very well and by the way if you want to hear cut haircuts is open absolutely here's one of the ladies who owns a haircut place there on the square without the crystal speaking and I hear she is intersperses WFAA TV channel its story businesses are essential we need them to stay open how far he is right on target he let that stay open because we need to make money we need to make money what if it kills you we need to make money off I'm I live my life like that.
"collin" Discussed on Mission Daily
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"collin" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"I'M GONNA fucking ripcord on for it's fucking gone too far. I mean it's a good tool and that's really all that is all. I have to say about that. What I could tell you about was the motorcycle that was on the right side of that page? Oh Shit whaleback go back where it. Why is it that the world's Shittiest Oh Honda one twenty five that I rode through Vietnam going the opposite direction? That the top gear boys did. That's awesome so why. Why am I know we carry? Are we this far into the show without hearing about this. This is awesome. Did you fly to Vietnam and by that Shit Pile. No I flew to Vietnam. Tom And I went on a guided tour. Oh they rent those yeah. Oh that's the navigation is the one thing I would be concerned with. Yes so basically. We just has had a guy who knew where he was going and we followed him and you know nothing on that bike worked the speedometer and tachometer who knows how many miles it had on it. The Horn definitely worked in Vietnam. The clutch was on off. Switch isn't really the right word. It was sticky. Oh so you had almost like use it like a a lever instead head of like a a good clutch handle and re actually had engagement yeah truly the shittiest bike I have ever ridden. Yeah but probably it was a perfect being. My wife actually sat behind me and you can use your wife to go with you to do this. Yes did she enjoy it. She did to the point that she she briefly considered writing in La. Oh you're gonNA say the point. We should consider moving to Vietnam. No I mean the cost of living in Vietnam probably. It's it's so low you I mean four hundred dollars you could probably just you know live indefinitely on one hundred thousand dollars. Yeah but but now I mean we sh how many miles it because the dominant was house. Guests are days of writing. It was just just a day. Oh one day really way you can do the whole fucking top gear. Not just the We only went from one on city to another so. Okay all right. Oh so it's really just about the motorcycle being shitty. I was expecting a fucking epic camping adventure. Something which sounds a friend of mine went to motor Vietnam. Vietnam bought a motorcycle for like five hundred dollars and wrote it from one end of the country the other and then donated it to like a farmer or something But but that my question was for him was like the fucking knock you lost. He's like not a lot of roads pretty much. Just go south Patty. You're the food is incredible. That's actually the main reason we decided to go on vacation. There was because we love Vietnamese food and so the take us we just holidays went from city to city eating our way through like you know kings basically we a budgeted and knew that we basically could spend an unlimited amount on food and drinks beers or like sixty cents. Yeah for some reason. Even though you be beer is always cheap in the third world. Always Thailand it was cheaper than water. The woman's literally like normally for them water to prevent you think when you're in America and someone's like hey what do you want to drink and you take water over beer. You know. You're saving them money. It's like a couple cents versus the dollar to for that bottle of beer but we were over in Vietnam. Don People wanted us to take the beer the bottled water. The you know the stuff that was safe to drink way more expensive and you can't give the beer. Are Your kids more you can. I mean as a dad Roy. Sometimes they're crying. It's late. You need them to go to sleep. I'm not sure if DC listening right now all right. Let's wrap this up with a couple of questions from the people If you WANNA get down on it get in there for the Li- folks rot now Dante Zero says Smith performance concern some cars into into use for all wheel drive stick. Goodness Audi s four or Subaru. WRX meeting turned into A. You'd again to like an actually. I'm from Australia. Why would you do it up? Why would you? Why would their websites awesome rea- like if you ever want to light a whole bunch of money on on fire Smith performance you'd kits? Oh this is interesting okay looks actually nat. Go City's website. Here's a dodge charger. You owe the WRX rex. You'd is kind of cool. Actually get the fuck away. I mean I would go for the WRX Jasser or the slow your fucking slide show role homey the WRX rx. You does look pretty excellent if you screw up to the top. I think they have a thing where you can select so here. We go charger. Jetta impressive ute is pretty pretty good. Pretty good. Maintenance cost is going to be lower than the Audi for Utah cut for. It looks a little awkward. I think I I would go. This is the high roof. Scroll down a half circle your website so well known Poland. I see what I would do is a four Kabri. Oh Wow they fucked tobacco all while that the back of that a four is a horror the show that's really this one's okay. The black ones. Okay the silver one was fucking terrible that you don't do that you don't do that way. Let's see if we can see the rear of the impressive. I'm pro ute. Yeah Fuck with this all the Impreza one looks pretty normal the back anyway. That's the one that's got the right proportions and give it some rally tires weird But you know there's something awesome about safari or whatever eight ninety two do you remember when BMW. That for April Mike Finale drive it. Drive it news of Germany to drive it. Let's go to Brian uh-huh Berry tail happy ten. I mean it's mostly for LEWIS SAYS HOW COOL IS MR J. WW He shell he. We gotTA light one because we had a lot of Cuba's morning so we've got a lie. When this afternoon throwback Thursday Isaiah says? Do you still see any dragging edition. Jeep Wrangler is running around. Yes yes yeah yes I do. I've seen a couple I saw. This is kind of a throwback Thursday. Both colonized started on your site. I know isn't that weird when I had writing back back when the smoking tire dot com years ago writing writing I I had I. I ran articles from people including myself and others for seven years and I returned zero dollars audit. I'd believe it zero and so and and and the website required constant maintenance. Here's your bag. Here's your dragging edition fuckers. I saw one yesterday Saturday better for that China and UH website a landing page for other the things we're doing instead but it was cool. I'm glad you guys got to use my little stupid website to get other real jobs doing other real things yeah. I really don't know how we both did. Did it Well if you want me to be totally honest the writing the that other people sat me was fucking unreadable. I mean it was very easy to get to get me to publish your writing. It had to be slightly above garbage out. I don't mean like insult you guys you're writing is both very good and it was good then to put put like you should see some of the fucking disasters that people send me well. Now that I'm an editor. Yes I fully believe in because to read some shit too new thankfully I did not nearly as bad as it was like the first week or two of the job but there are people out there that I think they should get paid to write things and I don't know how their brain works but nothing is in any Discernible order worked for one hundred Thompson. The guy we should all try to write like you're one hundred times in our our view. Some amazing is Kati Review. Do Khadi like nine hundred or nine sixteen or whatever. It was out that I did like I didn't know Oh that he did it for playboy and then I did I. It was right after I did mind. Someone said Oh you did it like it was playboy and like just like you. You did a DECAF reviewing review and Mike really here hundred. Sampson's do Khadi Nine Hundred Supersport Review. If this is actually the picture that ran with the article my God this pages so loaded up with fucking ads but this is a phenomenal picture of Hunter Thompson. Dukakis nine hundred supersport what is wrong with this website. Light a lot Boeing Boeing dot net. God it's a fucking disaster. Go Away please. Hundred tops really coty nine hundred hundred review. It's amazing funniest fucking. He talks about like how all of his friends like thought he was going to die because of this bike And someone named named stitch six six six says whatever happened to the Yes roadster. I mentioned it on my first ever fast blamed daily appearance. I don't remember this at all. What two thousand nine yes roadster will? It is allegedly a car that looks like a seventeen in eighteen than it looks like the five eight one in kind of way. That's not a good photograph but I I have to be honest with you sir. I I never heard or saw from neither. has anyone else I apparently they built multiple cars. It looks like that or they pulled hold a carroll shelby and they painted this orange won a bunch of here wait. So that's kind of Tennessee did with Five that's not a real car. The book yes bucks but he they will have a real car. What the fuck are we looking at here? God I feel like we almost need to go to wikipedia just to find out. Don't I wish we lose our Audi wheels that an audi t t under there I think hang on Yes roadster what the fuck is the Yes roadster with an exclamation point German. Oh it's an acronym for Young Engineers Sports Car Ooh that that's so gross Each buyer gets a national licence for driving on racing circuits rear. Engine mid engine rear-drive Volkswagen one point eight and so then they came out with a three point two liter and then there and that's it doesn't say the Salon it's gone. We don't even get the the satisfaction of seeing. Oh they went out of business one year later to with pizzas you see and turned it into a mid they basically factory five eight one eight T. Yeah that's pretty much what they did. Well well I've never heard from it since so so it must have gone. Well John What do you want to plug the drive dot COM dot com. Please come read it. We're doing some. We've been low key see for the last couple of months since a bunch of calls but We're going to be doing some really cool shit in this next year Including our long form interview series that I started it started with Amy Palmer but the next one is going to be say Cook from the Engineering Academy at at Reynaud and then killer Mike from run the jewel son need. I need fucking awesome along one. It's it's a really good radio it's writings writings reading WE'RE LOOKING TO GET ELLEN. Prosthetic the cool. Excellent Yep Colin when you want to plug anything other than Shit motorcycles in Vietnam you have to drive a ride Bridas shitty motorcycle through.
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"collin" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Collin Dr Kerr one M. D. has studied and written about many subjects in medicine including nutrition homeopathy than all herbal medicine as well he is the co founder of a couple family businesses doctor Collins garden which focuses on his love of food and gardening in the human heart cosmic card which provides interesting another natural medicines to a wider audience I just mentioned his books will give you the titles again in a moment is web sites are linked up it coast to coast am dot com and Tom I'm understand first time on the program is that true are there true and thank you for having me on your show likewise we finally found you well I guess so well so what is new with you these days Sir what's new is just doing my practice and doing a lot of talking about the latest book that came out which seems to have kind of struck a chord with people I think so too tell us first of all the your definition if you could doctor on cancer what exactly is that that's a good question cancer is when there's basically well if you talk about tumors I talked about in the book there's two hallmarks of tumors one is that the tumor cells the cells that make up the tumor are more dense there more yeah the the density of the cells is higher than the rest of the tissue so in other words if you're feeling like a brass the which is an easy place to feel you feel normal texture of the issue and then you come to the tumor and it feels like a hard rock and the reason it feels like a hard rock is because there's an increase density of the cells in that in that space so that's one definition the other definition is all cancers we have an abnormal number of chromosomes it's called an employee and that's the way that the path colleges identify under a microscope that there's something amiss about this cell because it doesn't have the human number of chromosomes any longer and has an abnormal number so those are the two most basic and I would also say observable definitions of cancer in even though their cells that kind of goal really crazy how does it end up killing you what is it what is it do actually doesn't hit the key organs and and then shut you down that way what happens but what happens is and this is called the Firebird phenomena all cancer cells have had a shift in the way that they essentially generate energy most cells generate energy through something are called oxidative phosphorylation otherwise known as respiration which happens in the mitochondria you take oxygen you mix it with glucose and you make thirty six A. T. P. which is sometimes called the energy molecule although that's a misconception cancer cells have this a defect in their mitochondria so they only generate to ATP spur glucose therefore it's sort of like if you have a job that pays eight thirty six dollars an hour and suddenly they give you a job that pays two dollars an hour you have to work eighteen times harder the cancer cells have to work they have to get eighteen times as much sugar which is how we find them on pet scans and so they first eat all this eat all the food you're eating and then they turn your fat into glucose and eat that and so then you lose weight and then when they're done with the fat they each your muscle they turn your muscle protein into glucose and then they eat that and then they turn your organ protein into glucose and then they eat that and then you die ET your title to this book is so intriguing cancer and the new biology of water what's the correlation between cancer and water yeah well that's starting a few steps down the road but and the reason I say that is because when Nixon announced the war on cancer in nineteen seventy one he did so because we thought at the time and we announced at the time we meaning the medical profession that we had found the cause of cancer which was oncogenes or mutations in genes that cause cancer the gene fly in the nucleus of the cell and so he said we're going to spend whatever money we need in order to figure this out and to treat cancer and the prediction was in ten years we would eliminate cancer from the United States at the time about one in six Americans got cancer and there was about a hundred and fifty or so thousand deaths per year so here we are forty some years later and now approximately one out of two Americans get cancer and there's approximately five hundred and fifty thousand deaths per year from cancer so it's safe to say Nixon's prediction or the prediction of the medical establishment was wrong in in the book what I point out is there's a very clear reason why this trillion dollar effort probably the biggest effort humans have ever been engaged and to to find the cause in the treatment of cancer has basically failed and the predominant reason is because it's essentially we bet the farm that the cause of cancer within the nucleus was in a defective genes or mutated genes which caused products which then cause cancer there's a very simple experiment which was done which was they took a normal cell in the cancer cell and the transplant the normal the nucleus from the normal cell into the cytoplasm which is the watery part of a cancer cell and the progeny were where cancer and then they did the river city took the nuclear out of a cancer cell and put it into a healthy cytoplasm which is the watery part of the cell and the progeny were normal and what that tells you is that the location of the cancer is in the cytoplasm which is the watery part not in the nucleus which is where the genes are and so this this trillion dollar venture the whole biotech industry studying the effect of the jeans was in the analogy that I said in the book it was like you go upon if you find a guy who's looking for something under there a street light and you say what are you looking for and he says my keys and then you say well where did you lose them and he says in the bushes over there and then you say well why are you looking under the light if you lost them in the bushes that he says because the lights better the problem that the problem of cancer is in the cytoplasm in the watery part not in the nucleus and because we've only looked in the nuclear we haven't found the key and therefore we have more cancer and a failure to treat it so when I say cancer in the new biology of water I'm talking about what is a site of plasm what is this watery part how is it made and how does that directly cause cancer now is this the gel type that you talk about right if you again if you look at a cell it's a it's a senseless circle and then it has the cytoplasm where it's just simply a watery part in any of the nucleus and so we're not talking about the nucleus because that's not the source of the cancer you can prove that with these studies which by the way the references are all in my book so then you have to answer the question of what is the watery part of the cytoplasm and how could that possibly cause cancer so the first thing one after realize you know I was taught in medical school and I you know are are normally train doctor that the cytoplasm is seventy percent water and you have all these things dissolved in the water like mitochondria and gold G. apparatus and ribosomes and the water is all in a liquid state because after all we were taught that matter can only exist in three states solid liquid or gas to be talking about water you're talking about I use water and steam and so seventy percent of the of the contents of the cell our water and if you ask the question what form is it in what phase they told me it was liquid so when I was an ER doctor I we used to see people shot in bay in that'd been stabbed in all kinds of and to my surprise nobody squirted water out of their lag and I started to wonder over the years so where's all the water and it turns out that there is no liquid water in the self this whole conception we have of biology of stuff floating around in water in the cells is basically wrong and it's wrong because it turns out there's a fourth state of water which doesn't really have a formal name but it's a GL phase or sometimes people call it structured water or coherent water is a change to that does the body change it to that the body creates water through metabolism or you drink water and then it just like Jello which is a kind of structured water Jello is formed by the mixture of proteins hydrophilic proteins hydrophilic means proteins that interact with water and then you put water in the system and then you eat it and that unfolds the proteins that allows them to interact with water and then when they cool they form gels in something very similar happens in the cytoplasm we have proteins the we have water that's generated by metabolism or the water you drink we make ATP and the mitochondria from glucose and fast the ATP binds with the proteins and unfold them that allows them to interact with water and that forms the gel now how do we recognize that in order to create more of it in our body which I assume would fight off cancer well the first thing I would say.
"collin" Discussed on True Consequences
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