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Daniels plays quarter as No. 2 Georgia dominates Vandy 62-0
"The number two Georgia Bulldogs went on the road and absolutely embarrassed the Vanderbilt Commodores on their home field sixty two to nothing leading up to the contest Georgia head coach Kirby smart preached his group the importance of proving their number two ranking you're gonna be leadership team you got to be elite all the time you can't be some of them that's not how the team's flight and orgasm brace that and I was proud of him junior quarterback JT Daniels was near perfect going nine of ten four hundred twenty nine yards and two scores and one senior Stetson Bennett got his chance under center he did much of the same going eleven of fifteen four hundred fifty one yards and a touchdown of his own if that wasn't enough the Bulldogs crossed the goal line five times on the ground in the decimation of vanity the Commodores were held to just seventy seven yards of total offense I'm Jerry takeover
5Mississippi State Blows Out Vanderbilt to Win First National Championship
"The first team title in any sport in school history. Mississippi State. Knocks off the defending national champion Vanderbilt Commodores nine to nothing. With the fifth combined one hitter in CWS history to claim the crown. Fans that are trying to run out of the
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Shackelford's 27 helps No. 8 Alabama hold off Vandy, 82-78
"Jaden Shackelford scored a season high twenty seven points and eighth ranked Alabama moved a step closer to an SEC regular season title by downing Vanderbilt eighty two seventy eight divine Quinerly made a late three pointer and a clinching free throws with two seconds left Quinerly finished with fifteen points for the Crimson Tide who made just ten of thirty nine three point attempts and still improved to thirteen and five overall the tighter thirteen and one and one win away from clinching at least a share of their first regular season title in nineteen years Scotty Pippin junior scored twenty four points to make twelve of fourteen free throws for the Commodores I'm Dave very
Restrictive abortion law suspended in South Carolina one day after passing
"South Carolina's law banning most abortions has been suspended. Commodore Henry McMaster signed the bill into law yesterday. Planned Parenthood is challenging it. Ah, judge put a 14 day temporary restraining order on the law until a hearing on March. 9th can determine if the law will be enforced. The order was needed, in part because more than 75 women are scheduled to have abortions in the state over the next three days. Most of them would be banned under the new law. Stacey Lynn CBS
The Future of Digitization, Innovation, and Customer Experience
"Bit back into history. Because i recall once we spoke about a journey that you had within comcast obviously building x want so i wanted I alone if you can share with the audience you know what is x one and then maybe few lessons from the journal making x one such a big success so the x one l. Backup the story. Where when i first joined comcast and was leading the advance video. Products group are set. Top boxes were the user experiences where we always called the blue screen but it was. It looked like something that was built on visual basic rank. The screens were little ovals. And you could pick something. And then there'd be a bit of a delay and you go to the next menu with a bunch of ovalles' you've probably a bit Then your commodore sixty four but not not the not much not much not much and none of us were really proud of the experience back. Then but that was the stated technology back then and we had partnered with a couple of companies to try to bring it to a new interactive level. And we just could not like the technology in cable had just was fairly stagnant when it came to video interfaces and so we ended up starting from scratch. It was originally a project called caliber. Where we went. And from the ground up in this was really tony werner in sri coattail with our organization started this initiative which eventually became x one where we decided to build a new video platform from the ground up and so the user experience. Now you would probably take it for granted but when we were doing back you know. I'll say ten years ago. It was stated the are where all the video was very graphical the menus or graphics and tyler and very easy to navigate and it's blended between linear tv and on demand as well as internet video. So everything's blended together. We have music in there now. So just it's really a entertainment system at this point and so that's what we ventured out to build and in winter number trials but then mass launch not just comcast but we also provided as service to other. Ms owes so for instance. Communications in the united states is a customer of ours. they use the x one platform rebrand. But the main lists from from this. If you need something to happen you need to develop on your own. Or i think the funny thing was. We didn't really set out saying we wanted to build something on her own. I think we tried to partner with a couple of companies in the past against inter. We get there. But i think one lesson for us was when you really do have to. You know transform a product space or an industry. Sometimes you just like we took team and put them in another building. You kinda sometimes you just have to step away from from all that you know and go start fresh and i think we tried multiple times not do that but we finally realized that was the only way to really break the paradigm in so that was really important. We felt as the largest broadband operator in the country that we needed to start to become more of a leader in less as less a follower of technology and so i think that was our way of figuring out how to serve lead in this space. I will say we did learn mean first and foremost we learned how to build software italy. Which was that was really. The biggest challenge for us was we'd always built. Software is oh saying earlier where someone wrote a big spec you know the product team would write a big spec handed over to engineering team. The engineering team either term to a vendor and give them that spec or start to build it themselves and the exxon was really the first time where we took on a massive initiative and singled out how to build software and build products inevitably. And that was. I think that changed the company that that changed us from being a buyer of technology to understanding how we could build it ourselves and the right way to build it ourselves it also impacted the way. We work with technology companies. Because when we did that we decided that's the way that's the way we want. Our technology partners should go software so it it started to create a bar when we dealt with technology partners it vade it and build software that way we really didn't want to be buying using their software like we. We started pushing all our partners that if they wanted to have a strategic relationship with us long term we expected them to injury and build more modular solutions and iterative quickly with their
"commodore" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Commodores out of there huddled down on the far right in mob guy on each and hard at work as both teams huddle up on the floor. Enter Horn Wheeler tire tomorrow on the floor for the dogs. It'll be pimping. And Thomas and right to Sue and Evans for Vanderbilt. They inbound in the front court far sideline. Pippen will flick it into the backcourt, right? We'll chase it down unimpeded there. If you carried it back across the time line work on the right end of the floor Less than a minute to go now. Pippen with a basketball his team down to to the dogs, pipping falls down. The ball is loose. We go to the floor. Try to tie it up. They call a jump ball. Commodore is gonna have the possession arrow this time. Hip and slipped on something. There's the mob guy again, toe clean up the wet spots. His body's went to the floor for that loose ball. Nine seconds on the shot clock for the Commodores, 52.9 remaining 72 68, Georgia, Tony Greene saying Come over here on the right base line. This is where you gotta inbound it from, he tells Scottie Pippen Jr. Stand right here. Hands on the ball, throws it into the suit than a hand off the pitch and curls around on the right wing. Five to shoot four to shoot. Pippen spins down the lane wide open layup. Good spin move, got him by two money, and he's tied the game with a layup off. Hey, just loved to money standing there. 70 to 70. 39 seconds to go 23 on the shot clock. Georgia dribble slowly in the center circle with Wheeler moves to his right dribbles with one hand in the other. Georgia wants a time out time cream will talk all the time. With 30.3 seconds to go. 70 to 70 and Georgia will huddle up with 30.3 seconds. On the game clock 16 on the shot clock and dog fans..
"commodore" Discussed on Hands-On Tech
"Retro video game consoles are pretty awesome. But i just got the one that i've been anticipating the most. I'm going to review these sixty four by retro games next. This is tweet hello everyone. Welcome to hands on tech. I'm jason howell. So if i had to trace passion for technology back to one key item from my childhood be pretty easy for me to put my finger on it. And that's the commodore sixty four. That's the one of the most popular computer systems. Especially at the time. I think it was known as the most popular computer system in the eighties. And i had a commerce sixty four for quite a few years. When i was a kid and i just had so many memories of connecting to bulletin boards with my three hundred baud modem downloading commercial games that i probably wasn't supposed to have just trading floppy disks with friends at school. I mean this defined my childhood. So when i heard that retro games was gonna put out a commodore sixty four mini console. I was elated now in twenty eighteen. They released these c. Sixty four mini. And it's about half the size of a normal commodore sixty four included some games but you could also tap into it to basically run any disk images from the congress sixty four that you wanted. I thought that was neat. Until i heard that the keyboard was completely functioning which is an issue i have a retro raspberry pi with retro pie on it and i've emulated commerce sixty four many times but not having the commodore sixty four keyboard actually changes. The experience are certain keys to re map is just not the same thing. So then i was super excited. When retro games announced that they were doing a maxi version known as the c sixty four happens to be what i have right here the full size version with a functioning keyboard and it is awesome especially for someone like me on the perfect person to give this a spin. So let's take a look at my experience with the c sixty four first. Let's talk about the hardware itself and boy. Am i happy that i waited for the full size keyboard release. The design is impressively faithful to the original bread. Been model of the commodore sixty four. There was a sand papery texture that surrounds the keys on the keyboard that to my memory is pretty spot on the like chunk of the space bar and how it feels when you slam. That feels just right. Totally takes me back and the keys themselves. They're pretty good. There may be a tad wobbly compared to my memory of the original commerce sixty four but thankfully typing this review on it. So i don't care as long as i can hit that run. Stop key when a game tells me too about the only real difference that i can tell from the original. Is that the shift. lock key. doesn't lock down into place when pressed like did on the original. It is a software toggle so it still has the same functional use is just not quite as satisfying all in all. I'm very pleased with how faithful this keyboard replica is. It's a joy to us where things are very different from. The original is the side and the back of the unit. Basically the i o ports on the side is a power button that you just tap and hold power honor office different from the switch on the original. Also three usb ports for plug near joysticks in on the side or other usb peripherals on the back is a micro usb port for power and aced out for your modern television or monitor. Something you can't do with the original commerce sixty four and another usb port and. I'm super pleased that they included that additional rear facing port because that allows me to keep a thumb drive plugged in there. When i want to add more games which you can do and we'll talk about that. My only real complaint is simply how light and in some ways kind of hollow. The entire system feels the original. Had some heft to it. You know one thousand nine hundred eighty technology and this new version contains a small arm computer with five hundred twelve megs of memory so it's pretty svelte. This nation system running vice after all also no true comer sixty four peripherals can be plugged in here at least not easily so no user port no port or expansion port. Now packed in the box is this joystick. Which as you can see has a lot more buttons than any commerce sixty four joystick. Ever had really you just end up with one if you're using a traditional commerce four controller. There's a lot more here and we'll talk about how that interfaces but definitely not quite the slick stick that. I adored back in the day but it does the job. It is super clicky. Pretty loud characteristic. Personally i never really cared much for in those old school joysticks. There's a large button on both sides. That makes it usable for lefties and righties and along. The bottom is a row of specialized buttons that tap into the carousel interface of the sixty. Four which i'll get to as well as for allowing specialized functions during game play so you can load and save states. You can open a virtual keyboard which on the maxi the large version of the c. Sixty four is is unnecessary. Really and then of course you can exit out to the main carousel screen to load a new game. The stock joystick is really kind of essential. If you want to jump in and out of games quickly. It's a bummer. There aren't other designs to choose from. Because like i said it does the job but it's definitely not my favorite for long stretches. Bluetooth support is not included <hes>. But some people in forums have had luck with different. Modern controllers plugged in via usb. So assume that you're probably using the stock controller unless you really wanna go diving deep and experimenting you might be able to take your favorite controller and plug it in here but it's probably not going to be super easy out of the box now a mini console releases often only as good as the games that are included on it and if you check wikipedia it says that the commodore sixty four originally had around ten thousand commercially released software for the platform. So no matter how. You chop down to disappoint somebody. The c sixty four ships with you guessed it sixty four titles out of the box including a few vic twenty. Titles a firmware update. They you should. Flash brought another seven games to the carousel and some additional functionality. Over although game selection is pretty paltry and my opinion. It doesn't quite match my own nostalgic experienced. But like i said everybody has a different experience. I really appreciate the epochs heavy offerings here. So you've got impossible mission of all the games games summer winter games the jump man series of pretty much many of epochs is a classic titles are in there. There's also a few other favorites. You radium perr odroid. There's some good games in there. Don't get me wrong. But many of these titles simply were not on my radar when i was a kid so when it comes to nostalgia i'm really looking for titles that i know and going to get to more on that in a second but gameplay itself is as smooth as it needs to be. I didn't find any games that didn't work the way i remember them <hes>. Playing it is an emulation approach though so consider that. It's not going to be perfect. But i didn't detect anything that clued me into it being ambulation. I have emulated the congress sixty four on the raspberry pi and some keys. Don't exist on the keyboard that you have to plug into the back of the raspberry pi in order to do it. So like i said earlier. Having this keyboard makes the game play experience that much. Better the carousel which used very frequently with the c. Sixty four is thoughtfully done as well. You've got some game. Cover art some gameplay screenshots and then a description of the game along with details like who the composer was which personally is a c sixty four aficionado. I can say that super important. The ship is is an amazing music. Chip that was included in the sixty. Four this dozen a perfect job of emulating it and it is really nice to know if hubbard produced not track that you're about to listen to either our display options if you wish to add some crt style scan lines to the experience though. Personally i kept those off for the most part so sixty four games out of the box pretty limited when you're talking about ten thousand total titles but it isn't a deal breaker because if you format a thumb drive to fat thirty two you can add play d sixty four disk images added to your heart's content though you might have to do some cleanup work. I in order to make that happen. The integrated file manager only two hundred fifty six files in a single folder. So if you have a library of thousands of games you're going to shift everything around into their own folders in order to get access to all of those within the interface or you can tap into a community driven upgrade for the c. Sixty four called project carousel. Usb this actually adds hundreds more games directly into the carousel interface so it's as easy to pick and choose as the stuff that ships with the sixty four. Now do note. Project carousel may violate copyright rules. So you're going to want to be sure to check your local laws before diving in check with your own ethics and see if you feel comfortable with that and if it's legal for you to do so but if you do choose to explore this it's super easy. It's non-destructive doesn't override the firmware permanently. Basically you just throw the image files on a thumb drive and then flash the firmware temporarily after boot up to access all the games in that interface power off. The original firmware returns to stock.
The C64 'Maxi' Review - Full-Sized Commodore 64 Replica
"Retro video game consoles are pretty awesome. But i just got the one that i've been anticipating the most. I'm going to review these sixty four by retro games next. This is tweet hello everyone. Welcome to hands on tech. I'm jason howell. So if i had to trace passion for technology back to one key item from my childhood be pretty easy for me to put my finger on it. And that's the commodore sixty four. That's the one of the most popular computer systems. Especially at the time. I think it was known as the most popular computer system in the eighties. And i had a commerce sixty four for quite a few years. When i was a kid and i just had so many memories of connecting to bulletin boards with my three hundred baud modem downloading commercial games that i probably wasn't supposed to have just trading floppy disks with friends at school. I mean this defined my childhood. So when i heard that retro games was gonna put out a commodore sixty four mini console. I was elated now in twenty eighteen. They released these c. Sixty four mini. And it's about half the size of a normal commodore sixty four included some games but you could also tap into it to basically run any disk images from the congress sixty four that you wanted. I thought that was neat. Until i heard that the keyboard was completely functioning which is an issue i have a retro raspberry pi with retro pie on it and i've emulated commerce sixty four many times but not having the commodore sixty four keyboard actually changes. The experience are certain keys to re map is just not the same thing. So then i was super excited. When retro games announced that they were doing a maxi version known as the c sixty four happens to be what i have right here the full size version with a functioning keyboard and it is awesome especially for someone like me on the perfect person to give this a spin. So let's take a look at my experience with the c sixty four first. Let's talk about the hardware itself and boy. Am i happy that i waited for the full size keyboard release. The design is impressively faithful to the original bread. Been model of the commodore sixty four. There was a sand papery texture that surrounds the keys on the keyboard that to my memory is pretty spot on the like chunk of the space bar and how it feels when you slam. That feels just right. Totally takes me back and the keys themselves. They're pretty good. There may be a tad wobbly compared to my memory of the original commerce sixty four but thankfully typing this review on it. So i don't care as long as i can hit that run. Stop key when a game tells me too about the only real difference that i can tell from the original. Is that the shift. lock key. doesn't lock down into place when pressed like did on the original. It is a software toggle so it still has the same functional use is just not quite as satisfying all in all. I'm very pleased with how faithful this keyboard replica is. It's a joy to us where things are very different from. The original is the side and the back of the unit. Basically the i o ports on the side is a power button that you just tap and hold power honor office different from the switch on the original. Also three usb ports for plug near joysticks in on the side or other usb peripherals on the back is a micro usb port for power and aced out for your modern television or monitor. Something you can't do with the original commerce sixty four and another usb port and. I'm super pleased that they included that additional rear facing port because that allows me to keep a thumb drive plugged in there. When i want to add more games which you can do and we'll talk about that. My only real complaint is simply how light and in some ways kind of hollow. The entire system feels the original. Had some heft to it. You know one thousand nine hundred eighty technology and this new version contains a small arm computer with five hundred twelve megs of memory so it's pretty svelte. This nation system running vice after all also no true comer sixty four peripherals can be plugged in here at least not easily so no user port no port or expansion port. Now packed in the box is this joystick. Which as you can see has a lot more buttons than any commerce sixty four joystick. Ever had really you just end up with one if you're using a traditional commerce four controller. There's a lot more here and we'll talk about how that interfaces but definitely not quite the slick stick that. I adored back in the day but it does the job. It is super clicky. Pretty loud characteristic. Personally i never really cared much for in those old school joysticks. There's a large button on both sides. That makes it usable for lefties and righties and along. The bottom is a row of specialized buttons that tap into the carousel interface of the sixty. Four which i'll get to as well as for allowing specialized functions during game play so you can load and save states. You can open a virtual keyboard which on the maxi the large version of the c. Sixty four is is unnecessary. Really and then of course you can exit out to the main carousel screen to load a new game. The stock joystick is really kind of essential. If you want to jump in and out of games quickly. It's a bummer. There aren't other designs to choose from. Because like i said it does the job but it's definitely not my favorite for long stretches. Bluetooth support is not included But some people in forums have had luck with different. Modern controllers plugged in via usb. So assume that you're probably using the stock controller unless you really wanna go diving deep and experimenting you might be able to take your favorite controller and plug it in here but it's probably not going to be super easy out of the box now a mini console releases often only as good as the games that are included on it and if you check wikipedia it says that the commodore sixty four originally had around ten thousand commercially released software for the platform. So no matter how. You chop down to disappoint somebody. The c sixty four ships with you guessed it sixty four titles out of the box including a few vic twenty. Titles a firmware update. They you should. Flash brought another seven games to the carousel and some additional functionality. Over although game selection is pretty paltry and my opinion. It doesn't quite match my own nostalgic experienced. But like i said everybody has a different experience. I really appreciate the epochs heavy offerings here. So you've got impossible mission of all the games games summer winter games the jump man series of pretty much many of epochs is a classic titles are in there. There's also a few other favorites. You radium perr odroid. There's some good games in there. Don't get me wrong. But many of these titles simply were not on my radar when i was a kid so when it comes to nostalgia i'm really looking for titles that i know and going to get to more on that in a second but gameplay itself is as smooth as it needs to be. I didn't find any games that didn't work the way i remember them Playing it is an emulation approach though so consider that. It's not going to be perfect. But i didn't detect anything that clued me into it being ambulation. I have emulated the congress sixty four on the raspberry pi and some keys. Don't exist on the keyboard that you have to plug into the back of the raspberry pi in order to do it. So like i said earlier. Having this keyboard makes the game play experience that much. Better the carousel which used very frequently with the c. Sixty four is thoughtfully done as well. You've got some game. Cover art some gameplay screenshots and then a description of the game along with details like who the composer was which personally is a c sixty four aficionado. I can say that super important. The ship is is an amazing music. Chip that was included in the sixty. Four this dozen a perfect job of emulating it and it is really nice to know if hubbard produced not track that you're about to listen to either our display options if you wish to add some crt style scan lines to the experience though. Personally i kept those off for the most part so sixty four games out of the box pretty limited when you're talking about ten thousand total titles but it isn't a deal breaker because if you format a thumb drive to fat thirty two you can add play d sixty four disk images added to your heart's content though you might have to do some cleanup work. I in order to make that happen. The integrated file manager only two hundred fifty six files in a single folder. So if you have a library of thousands of games you're going to shift everything around into their own folders in order to get access to all of those within the interface or you can tap into a community driven upgrade for the c. Sixty four called project carousel. Usb this actually adds hundreds more games directly into the carousel interface so it's as easy to pick and choose as the stuff that ships with the sixty four. Now do note. Project carousel may violate copyright rules. So you're going to want to be sure to check your local laws before diving in check with your own ethics and see if you feel comfortable with that and if it's legal for you to do so but if you do choose to explore this it's super easy. It's non-destructive doesn't override the firmware permanently. Basically you just throw the image files on a thumb drive and then flash the firmware temporarily after boot up to access all the games in that interface power off. The original firmware returns to stock.
Georgia Bulldogs announce no make-up game for Vanderbilt Commodores cancellation
"Always great to Welcome back mike griffith to the program and mike. Let's start with the georgia bulldogs. After a spectacular saturday. They were hoping for one more game. It had already been postponed and now it has been canceled in what has been the reaction there and can anything be done about well. We're not gonna probably ever have anything like this in the future but really curious about your thoughts. Yeah a lot of fury. A lotta anger at georgie. No i it's twofold one georgia's playing great football. Jt daniels i mean before jt. They convert forty two percent of the third downs with jt. They convert sixty six right. Jt daniel six touchdown passes on on third down throws three incompletions. I mean the guys night and day. It's been amazing. Some people maybe. It's the schedule actually know if you look at the third down defense is the last. Three teams actually ranked better than the first six on average. What georgia's played. This guy has made all the difference in the world. It makes a difference in recruiting. Suddenly you have players. That are migrating to georgia that. Want to be a part of the georgia offense again so this transformation is happening in the shadows. Now that's georgia's fault. They didn't take care of business when they needed to jacksonville or in tuscaloosa and so they're sitting out this week so you don't get to see it but it's been happening on saturdays in athens and this georgia outgoing class. All these guys had an opportunity to be the winningest class in georgia football history. That's quite a legacy. But because vanderbilt canceled out all they can do is tie that mark now and so the a piece of their legacy is gone understand. Covid nineteen is not controllable but in the case of vanderbilt its players that are quitting the team and in the case of vanderbilt they cancelled on december fifth rally the troops for their senior day on december twelve and then canceled on georgia again. After the fact so georgia couldn't even get an alternative game that was acceptable for the senior day. So there's a lot of of anger and frustration and disappointment and all george can do now is hope that they get a good bowl draw. I think they need notre dame to upset clemson. I think if that happens. And if chalk holds and ohio state beat the bad northwestern and alabama roles florida. You could see georgia clemson in the orange bowl and i think that could excite the georgia fan but as things currently project. You're looking maybe. Cincinnati georgia in which case. Maybe some georgia guys opt out and say you know what it's cincinnati. It's it's not a real game.
Matt Stinchcomb previews Vanderbilt/Tennessee and talks about Sarah Fuller
"Seems like we've talked about tennessee a few times this year and i'm really interested in your view of them and Especially you know trying to shalva season with vanderbilt tomorrow. Am the next week. The schedules obviously been rearranged a little bit. Where are they right now. Bad spot Lots of season in a game vs vanderbilt non place you want to be. If you're tennessee. Football program your rewind all the way to the beginning of the season writing that winning streak and then getting a victory vs south carolina and then going on the road and putting it on missouri. I mean running the football right down their throat to the point where i think it changed. Who missouri was defensively. Going forward made him a better football team kind of steeled their resolve not to have that happen again because tennessee almost two hundred forty seven rushing yards on them in that football game. It's been the same sense. I will have to say that most people. I think observing the program even outside of the quarterback position and the circumstances that all teams have found themselves in this year. This has been really disappointing year for tennessee football. They've got two more shots at. It is a very short handed vanderbilt. Football program could get on the field georgia. It'll be interesting to see if tennessee can put together a convincing performance versus their in state conference member i. i wouldn't even call it. A rival per se for tennessee's perspective although Tennessee vanderbilt had some success versus the balls in recent years. Easy man on talk shows to blame coaches but there is obviously more to it. But as you look at jeremy pruitt and his staff. I'm curious how you would evaluate or analyze some of the decisions especially at quarterback because a lot of people feel like jeremy was was really slow to make a change. Yeah quarterbacks been an interesting adventure for tennessee to say. The least. I mean even last time out versus the florida gators harrison bailey. Obviously getting out there and then comes out of the game briefly. Brian our goes in but then. Jt shrout finishes finishes the game. We haven't seen a lot of either one of those guys. Jt shroud got in earlier. In the season jarod guarantee no Start out rough to say the least versus kentucky and what ended up being a blowout loss at the hands of the wildcats at home. Jt shrout through pass for an interception in that one football game and then to see him late last week and had some success in two series versus the florida gators. But it's it's been kind of all over the place at the quarterback position and largely been that way for two seasons. Really paul when you think about the way. They had to manage the quarterback position last year. And i would argue masterfully. Really given where. Jerry guarantee no been mentally after the gulf called. Qb sneak versus alabama. When tennessee was still very much in that football game ends up going the other direction the idea that they were able to still salvage the back. End of that season was was really impressive from a coaching standpoint. This season the quarterback position has remained an issue to say the least and the lack of consistency and even in the past couple of weeks in harrisonburg getting his first start versus florida a week ago. It's still not a known commodity. We'll talk to tennessee later on today. We've not visited with him yet to find out what exactly can expect to get their quarterback tomorrow versus the commodores one program with a six game losing streak the other with a nine game. I mean i guess there is only. There is some light at the end of the tunnel. That one team has to win. But i mean this. This is a mess. Matt i realize this late in the year and it's a stranger at that but on the other side of vanderbilt. We all know the story pretty well. The coaching change the future unknown. Give us give us your assessment of of where they are right now with with a chance to at least be tennessee. That would that would be big. It'd be huge And it's still going to be an uphill climb. I mean you look at their roster. There's no way they've got fifty scholarship players available in this football game. They're choosing to play the game. It's admirable because vanderbilt different. I think it's well documented that they're different from any of the other member institutions southeastern eastern conference but none more so than in the area of roster roster management in a year where everyone is incredibly lean. This point in time memorable would be lean anyway. Even in regular circumstances they don't have a ton of walk on. There's not a lot of kids lining up to pay that tuition to pay full freight and have that academic rigor. Oh and by the way all week you get a practice. Football games probably never see the field and likely watch. Your teammates get beat down. It's just something that a lot of people are signing up for. They don't have a lot of bodies they don't have a lot of kids to even be able to practice. So it's admirable the vanderbilt's even able to take the field tomorrow. I'll little bit hesitant to say the least. We had them last week in a would be game vs. Georgia got cancelled at noon on friday. It does appear that this game's going to get. Its admirable just enough that the commodores are going to be able to take. The field. Looked like they were turning a corner. Looked like they were going to play better. Football down the stretch. Mississippi state had an opportunity to win. Were undone by turnovers. Still a young quarterback and true freshman kin seals but there last time out versus missouri was a discouraging performance to say the least in. It'll be interesting to see what they're able to cobble together with the personnel. They have available. And what could be their final game of the season if they're not able to get back out there versus georgia we from them. What is the sarah fuller situation for. Tomorrow's best you know as we understand it She will be kicking in football game. We think extra points. is probably the likelihood of win. We will expect to see her in the contest tomorrow but she is available for place kicking duties and it seems as if the point after attempt is the most likelihood most area of likelihood that we could see on the field of play tomorrow. You know there's so much conversation about that. And and i think most reasonable people smiled and we're happy and and celebrated it but you know we both grew up in the south and there are certainly narrow views of what happened. I'm curious just to somebody who played this game at the highest level is also reasonable your thoughts on when it happened. And what you'll see you tomorrow. Yeah you know as a father of daughters the whole thing. The more opportunities The better in that regard. I will say that circumstances in many ways. I don't wanna say forced but created the opportunity for this to have happened in credit sarah fuller for wanting to take advantage of that. I do think that you know the attention that it still garnering. The fact that things have seemingly settled down around the fact that there's a female kicker in a power five game is only help not only her ability to contribute with that football team but the team in general because as we know it is unique and can be a distinct distraction in some ways. A positive distraction but distraction nonetheless and from what we gather and it makes sense that because some time has passed. And maybe perhaps because vanderbilt didn't take the field last week vs georgia. The things have kind of settled down and interestingly and rather quickly surf or has assimilated into that football team and program not an easy thing to do late in the year But i think that speaks to some of the positive elements of this as much as anything else squib make a field goal point after was the fact that she is seemingly a member of the football team and not a novelty. I think that's really where the progress would ultimately be made the fact that so much attention has been garnered around it. That's fine for the first time but if progress is actually being made and if we're opening up our eyes and broadening our rises and just playing the best potential players in these capacities then at some point in time it shouldn't be a novelty to just be something that should be expected. We're not there yet. That's not the case but we're closer this week than we were two weeks ago when she first took the field versus missouri
Dallas-Area Native Sarah Fuller Becomes First Woman To Play In Power 5 Conference Football Game
"Was made on Saturdays. Vanderbilt's Sarah Fuller became the first woman ever to play in a power five football game. Here she goes, and here's the kick. It is kicked in. Script down and recovered at the 35 yard line, and there it is college football history. Vanderbilt's Sarah Fuller becomes the first female Play in a Southeastern Conference or a power five conference game. You heard it from Joe Fisher Lear Field. I'm G college. She's Vanderbilt's goalkeeper Fuller. It becomes a pioneer, becoming the first female to play in a power five football game. She came onto the field for the start of the second half. Deliver that squib kick there was grabbed at the Mizzou 35. I was their only attempting the Commodore's loss to Missouri Covert 19 protocols and restrictions left Vandy with very few options, prompting the team to reach out to this. Soccer team for a help fuller on how she defines the history she made on a broader sense, honestly, haven't taken a second to soak it all in. Really. I just think it's incredible. That I am able to do this. And all I want to do is be a good influence to the young girls out there. Because there were times like I struggled in sports, but I am so thankful I stuck with it, and it's given me so many opportunities. And it's I've met so many amazing people through sports and I, you know, I just want to say, like literally, you can do anything. You set your mind to like. That's that's the number one thing. ESPN soccer analyst Julie Found E on SportsCenter Go Go after it run for it, Do it Absolutely, but also understand, Right. There's some risk involved, and I think Sarah knows that I mean, but I think we're hungry in a year. That needs some good news, hungry for some good news, and you think about what Sarah Fuller has done. Already with soccer If you go back to what she did at Vanderbilt with soccer, I mean, they went on this incredible SEC tournament run where the team wins, is the seventh seed. And so she's just continuing this good news and streak of good news preventable, So I think it's tremendous. And as a parent, I would say absolutely, honey.
Vanderbilt Commodores K Sarah Fuller makes history with second-half kickoff
"Soccer players Sarah Fuller from Wiley, Texas, made history today. Fuller became the first woman to officially play in a power five and SEC football game when she took the opening kickoff of the second half of the Vanderbilt Commodores game against the Missouri Tigers, the senior goalkeeper from Vanderbilt University Soccer was asked to practice with Avandia football team. This week due to a number of team members being out because of covert
Vanderbilt K Fuller becomes first woman to play in Power 5
"Very bill goalkeeper Sarah fuller is the first female to play in a power five football game she came on to the field to start the second half and a little low squib kick that was granted the Missouri thirty five it was fuller's only attempt in the Commodores forty one nothing loss of Missouri coach Derek Mason make clear that fuller kick for the Commodores student need not for history or publicity call the nineteen protocols restrictions left Mason with very few options prompting him to reach out to the soccer team for help I'm the ferry
Sarah Fuller to suit up as Vanderbilt's place-kicker this weekend
"Slate. Number six Florida hosting Kentucky. Vanderbilt will take on Missouri Vanderbilt kicker Sarah Fuller is poised to become the first woman to play in a power five football game. Fuller is the goalkeeper on Vanderbilt's soccer team. Commodore head coach Derek Mason called on Fuller after the special teams unit was left bare to two covert 19 restrictions and protocols. I'm
The History Of Edo Japan
"The last episode i covered the beginning of the eto period it was known for its 'isolation strict societal classes and hierarchy and order but it started to see unravel beginning the second half of the era and by eighteen hundred internal issues with the merchant class rising an economic stature above the samurai and all the other classes were casting doubts about the practicality in future of the class hierarchy in japan also outside nations were beginning to by the early nineteenth century seek out any gauge japan regarding diplomatic relations and trade this would endanger. It's latest policy in this episode. I'll continue with the period a continuation of those same internal and external pressures issues. It will culminate in the arrival of commodore perry and the eventual fall of the tokugawa shogunate. And i will provide an analysis of these events and compare these events with what was going on in china during the same period internally in japan the issues of samurai impoverishment continued lower lower level samurais increasingly became frustrated that high-ranking government positions went to privileged families with no chance of advancement compounding this were bad crop harvests in the eighteen thirties resulting in famine disease and death japanese officials failed to provide relief leading to some peasant protests and riots outside pressures were also continuing to mount in eighteen forty four king william the second of the netherlands sent a letter to the show gun urging japan to end its isolation policy or it would be ended by force from foreign countries as already stated. The japanese. Were aware of the humiliation of the. The chinese suffered at the hands of the english in the first opium war. Japan had almost immediately after that began. Its modernisation western. Books were translated into japanese. The japanese began studying western military strategies. Those that could afford it sent their sons to foreign schools. Japanese envoys visited foreign countries japan with slowly preparing for the eventual encounter with these western powers about the same time. The americans were becoming more concerned that if they did not act quickly. Other nations particularly european nations would gain a foothold in japan. The us head already been beaten to the punch so to speak by the europeans. In the exploitation of china plus the americans wanted a refuge in japan for its steamships to recall on their way to china. There were also many reports and concerns over the japanese treatment of shipwrecked shipwrecked american sailors and their desire to do something about that. The us got to the point where it wanted to send to japan. An expedition seeking relations and to avoid being left out of the asia pacific region and development and discussion. Everything would begin to change in eighteen fifties
Tauon PC-1 Review
"I've had this thing sitting here since the summer and I've been meaning to review it. However, I've been so busy that I've had to put it on the back burner for some time. Unfortunately. Well, we've got Christmas approaching and some of you may come across the towel on PC one on eBay. You may have been looking for a retro computer and this thing pops up or at least it did for me that they've changed the description now and when I got it it was $100 after shipping, but now it's like $88 after shipping on eBay. If I order it from the Talon electronics website, you're still looking at $100 after shipping the towel on PC one has a cortex A7 arm processor off. 1 gigahertz one gigabyte of RAM and 8 gigabytes of internal storage. You also get a mouse power adapter that has a switch on it and gave em a v cable to plug into composite televisions that includes many of those old CRT televisions. Tell on electronics helps their towel on PC one computer as a kids-friendly family computer the computers all inside of a keyboard wage much like the Retro microcomputers like the Commodore sixty-four and the Atari eight bit computers of the early 80s. It's black and color and has one USB off work for the mouse. At least that's what's available on the outside. Anyway, it has one additional USB port on the inside which we will get to off the keyboard itself has a Gamepad mode if you want to use it as a Gamepad for games though, really, you're not going to be picking the thing up and you'll see that as a Gamepad. It's more like pressing keys on the keyboard to play the game. That's all it is. That's runs Android 7.1.2 out of the box or at least mine was and it's actually a modified version called towel on os office. That's how I ordered it over the summer. It may be entirely possible. They've updated the version with the latest firmware, which I have not updated yet. But I will do as part of the review the keyboard feels pretty nice as I boot this up. It makes a horrible computer sound which I really don't like I guess it's supposed to be the sound of a computer connected to the internet was a dial-up modem. There's no need for this at all. And I hate the boot up process because of this the boot screen is a nice retro 8-bit. Let's box and they said this was marketed towards kids, but I think this is really more interesting for retro computer fans as well as tinkerers. We get into the actual software. This is where I already find it missing software. It claims to have figures are guide says it has acrylic paint and vice x64 wage ke pure Aptoide blue wallet CPU info dirt editor finit browser G Droid goes to meander Miracast receiver off mobile basic downloader notepad open map open to sshd townhome VLC media player and retroarch
"commodore" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech
"The Commodore Sixty four as a classic home computer and quite frankly a great gaming system and believe it or not. . Games are still being made to this day for the system. . Many are free. . Some you'd have to pay for I mean after all, , it does take work to write the programs even with the limited graphics and sound that don't told up to today's games but even with the limited graphics and sound, , there are great eight bit games checkout etch dot co at do a search on that site for Commodore, , you'll find Commodore Sixty, , four games in even a vic twenty game or two here him there granted there aren't a whole lot of games listed there but notice about near the. . Top that says Commodore Sixty, , four click that now we are much larger selection of games and I'm sure there's other ways to get to this to this is just the way I did it now be short to look at the description of each game since not all games listed are actually commodore sixty, , four games. . Some are modern eight bit style games. . Some are even just soundtracks of games. . Sidetrack software is one of the big modern publishers of Commodore. . Sixty. . Four. . Games. . You'll also find great ports in clones of Arcade Games that either didn't exist for the commodore sixty four back in the eighties or had horrible ports back then and developers took time today to make much better ports and clones. . Galaxia, , for example, , as one of the best clones of Gallagher for the Commodore Sixty four, , there was a port of Gallagher in the eighties for the system, , but it was quite subpar and didn't meet people's expectations for the game but you could get Galicia and have a very good gallagher like experience on your commodore sixty four through <unk> dot ISO. . Now, , if you have a commodore sixty four, , you're going to want to buy a device called the SSD to IC- to deal with the disk images. . You could buy this at the future was eight Dot Com and put your desk images on an SSD card. . For Cartridge Images, , you'll want the easy flash cartridge which you can load crt files onto. . You could buy that at Gopher Retro Dot Com that's go the number four retro dot com or if you have the money, , you could do both with the ultimate to plus cartridge ads alternate sixty four dot com. . I know the SD to is see should come with instructions out set up your software, , but I have no experience with other options myself. . Of course, , if you don't have a commodore sixty four I just want to make things easy. . You could always use device emulation software and many of the downloads from each ISO for Commodore Sixty four come with vice or some are emulator already. . So you don't even have to worry about downloading it. .
How To Get New Commodore 64 Games
"The Commodore Sixty four as a classic home computer and quite frankly a great gaming system and believe it or not. Games are still being made to this day for the system. Many are free. Some you'd have to pay for I mean after all, it does take work to write the programs even with the limited graphics and sound that don't told up to today's games but even with the limited graphics and sound, there are great eight bit games checkout etch dot co at do a search on that site for Commodore, you'll find Commodore Sixty, four games in even a vic twenty game or two here him there granted there aren't a whole lot of games listed there but notice about near the. Top that says Commodore Sixty, four click that now we are much larger selection of games and I'm sure there's other ways to get to this to this is just the way I did it now be short to look at the description of each game since not all games listed are actually commodore sixty, four games. Some are modern eight bit style games. Some are even just soundtracks of games. Sidetrack software is one of the big modern publishers of Commodore. Sixty. Four. Games. You'll also find great ports in clones of Arcade Games that either didn't exist for the commodore sixty four back in the eighties or had horrible ports back then and developers took time today to make much better ports and clones. Galaxia, for example, as one of the best clones of Gallagher for the Commodore Sixty four, there was a port of Gallagher in the eighties for the system, but it was quite subpar and didn't meet people's expectations for the game but you could get Galicia and have a very good gallagher like experience on your commodore sixty four through dot ISO. Now, if you have a commodore sixty four, you're going to want to buy a device called the SSD to IC- to deal with the disk images. You could buy this at the future was eight Dot Com and put your desk images on an SSD card. For Cartridge Images, you'll want the easy flash cartridge which you can load crt files onto. You could buy that at Gopher Retro Dot Com that's go the number four retro dot com or if you have the money, you could do both with the ultimate to plus cartridge ads alternate sixty four dot com. I know the SD to is see should come with instructions out set up your software, but I have no experience with other options myself. Of course, if you don't have a commodore sixty four I just want to make things easy. You could always use device emulation software and many of the downloads from each ISO for Commodore Sixty four come with vice or some are emulator already. So you don't even have to worry about downloading it.
What we'll remember from the 2020 Biden convention
"For more on Biden's speech. In this week's historic virtual Democratic convention we're joined by two guests in Massachusetts Dr. Cornel. West with a professor of the practice of public. Philosophy at Harvard. University author of numerous books including race matters and black prophetic fire. His new podcast called the tight rope in two thousand Seventeen Cornell Westwood's in Charlottesville with. Neo Nazis stormed the campus he and other clergy members were protected by anti-fascists from the mob white supremacists and in Baltimore Maryland were joined by Ben Jealous Precedent people for the American way former president of the ACP. He ran for governor of Maryland in two thousand eighteen we welcome you both to democracy. Now, Ben Jealous congratulations on your new position as head of people for the American way. Why don't you start off by responding to this week's Democratic convention your thoughts on. Where the two now nominees the. President not presidential nominee, Joe Biden and historic a selection of Kamla Harris, to be his running away their positions and how. They represent what you do or not. Theme this convention was really one of unity. This was a time. When we have to come together to defeat a president, who is the most evil the most corrupt than any of us have seen and That says a lot. It also was the time we saw two two nominees who we as progressives. No, we can work with. Kamla. Sister who introduced her Maya. The former head of the ACLU of northern. California. Kamo ran for D. A. and much more conservative time and yet did so as outspoken opponent of the death penalty who then held her ground early in term when she was tested, would an officer was killed an the entire liberal establishment northern California came down on her and she said the death penalty is wrong period. Tremendous Kirch and Joe Biden who Bernie himself said is poised to be the most progressive presidents since FDR. And so while it's not Bernie. And while maybe it's not somebody else someone hope for what we do know is that these are people that we can work with. These are people who their best represent our best values literally the daughter of civil rights activists, the sister of a civil rights lawyer who are self told me fifteen years ago she became a prosecutor because it wasn't enough to just fight the power. We also had to hold the POW. And I've seen her act courageously. So I'm I'm very hopeful and I have no doubt that we can work with. Joe. Like addy who spoke so beautifully, and that was the true highlight for me. I believe that we must move towards Medicare for all I also believe that Joe Biden will take us further in that direction certainly. Donald. Trump and frankly further than most presidents that that that we have an opportunity here to move things in the right direction again and as organizers. That's the most important thing to get out of any presidential election is a president that you can move in the right direction. and Professor Cornel West your reaction to this week in the positions of the Democratic candidates for president if I president. Day My points of reference really are the freedom dreams that we just heard from zoom commodores and genius Lionel Richie. Of Ella, Baker, who was invoked by brother Biden and the first sentence. Of his speech the Alabama who was a revolutionary L. A. Baker who was working on the mass party organizing committee would offer annoy the Great William Kuntsler for actually working for third parties because he thought, she thought that the two party system was so decrepit and then also to Curtis Mayfield that they've been playing over and over again, the move on up but you got to move on from poverty. And in order to do it, you gotTa Talk About Poverty. If you go move on from Wall Street greed and Wall Street crimes, you gotTa talk about, Wall Street Green Wall, street cry go move on up from the Pentagon militarism around the world you gotTa talk about it. Those are the taboo issues that we don't get serious wrestling with. So when you really. Talk about the soul of America, the battle for the soul of America much of that so has been evacuated by the Pentagon, cry greed and the Wall Street greed and the inability of the police and other institutions at treat black people and Brown people, Indigenous People as human beings so I agree with brother. Ben. In terms of being part of an anti fascist coalition. That I think we're forced to vote for buying, but we're not going to lie about buying. WE'RE NOT GONNA lie about Harris. We're going to tell the truth about their. Captivity and their. Refusal to hit Pentagon money spending and militarism around the world at Wall Street, green and. Speak substantively to issues of poverty you can have massive protests all around the country, the largest in the history of country, you can have brother Barbara. Assisted theorist talking about poverty, and then when you get to the convention, you get this spectacle that has nothing to do with wrestling with poverty. I think court breath corey was the only one that even talk about it for the most part none of the major figures did thank God that Bernie thank God LLC. Got A little ninety minutes as opposed Republic Ninety Second Major. Sometimes. Ninety seconds, Ninety seconds so that I you know I'm I'm with Ben in terms of we got the vote for Biden but never ever lying about him and not coming to terms with the fact that. This moment with the decline and fall of the American empire it looks as if the system is unable to generate enough energy to seriously reform itself, it remains sanitized superficial. We getting Lawrence Wealth bubbles rather than prince the revolution I want to go to the Princess Revolution Concert I walk fundamental change.
"commodore" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Pills like Commodore given concurrently to increase the success rate and there's this new Israeli invention and shooting Lectra magnetic waves into the brain which seems to increase the success right away say that there's randomized studies were half the patients have about half the patients don't have the news see what happens to the patient so those are the options in this patient and her family like how we deal with her that were straight trips out of the lab were telling the truth that we're telling our story we're telling or what's going on and so she decided to come here for treatment and we have a long track record with precision radiation for brain tumors the first to New York for the first I'm the first doctor to perform bring radiosurgery New York before and the hospital all the biggest ones I know you're thinking about and all the big surgeons all the big facilities before all of those there was Dr Lieberman performing radiosurgery been added for thirty years long history the longest history in New York continues history performing stereotactic radio surgery this is our work and so this is what we're doing now this patient is coming from Staten Island every day with her family because like many people from around the world where people from China and Israel and Italy and France and England you name it who are coming here for treatment from South America the Caribbean and Africa from around the world and then during that program actually after the program to get an email from a man named Jack and he says hi doctor leader mode like most days I'm listening to you on the radio and then you begin to speak about a woman who came to you after every two surgeries for glioblastoma I was so excited you're talking about the type of tumor my brother has it would be wonderful if you speak about the patient more detail of the regional extent of the tumor was left well extension a large group of us Toma and what was left behind surgery there's always cancer left after brain surgery for Leo plus Thomas's century always and a strategy is to hit the cancer and not hurt her and that's what we do and we have special equipment and experience over decades this is what we're doing and we're anticipating to get her information as long as possible this is the work we do and he said thank you for as much information you can provide a give a package of yours to a friend who has recurring breast cancer okay so as I said radio listeners save lives and he says wishing you god's blessing and his name is Jack at one place last time out of courtesy and to him and this is the work we do and yes we have an extensive experience over decades treating patients with cancer and brain tumors and brain cancers and benign tumors acoustic neuromas and pituitary tumors meningiomas meningiomas acoustic neuromas and pituitary tumors are commonly but nine tumors in the brain and then there's cancers tumors in the brain and we treat both cancers and non cancers of the brain with precision treatment with high success rate where we attack the cancer this is the work that we do every day we have a package information in a booklet to send you just because you can call even now at two one two choices two one two choices this is the work that we do every day instead of my brain tumors or talk about a patient who came and saw doctor a real leader moon and disavowed acoustic neuroma she went to one of the big hospitals super duper famous hospitals and share decreased hearing and they want to cut on her and she refused and wonder had opened up and instead of telling her Hey we can cut on you or I can see doctor later mention just one home sad to say she went home and what did this acoustic neuroma benign tumors so should they go behind tumors don't do anything but in the brain of a nine tumor can hurt the patient because it keeps on growing the brain is locked in this call and it keeps on putting pressure and pressure and pressure and it's putting pressure and now she's got numbness of the face you got weakness of the face how can you see this week where you can see their mouth is asymmetrical there's little fold from the nose to the mouse called the nasolabial fold which is not symmetric anymore she's got numbness of the face she's got tangling in the miles she's got noises of the easier she has pain in the ear inches balance problems all from a benign tumor so don't think that benign tumors in the brain or soul but nine benign tumors in the brain can be fatal and I've seen people die of but nine brain tumors that have not been successfully treated so that's why we encourage people to come here and be seen be evaluated the listen and learn and you well you could learn to and that's what you're doing just like in medical school we learn case by case patient by patient we learn every day on the radio just like I did in medical school you still have to fight to get in college and medical school.
"commodore" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Pills like Commodore given concurrently to increase the success rate and there's this new Israeli invention and shooting Lectra magnetic waves into the brain which seems to increase the success right away say that there's randomized studies were half the patients have about half the patients don't have the news see what happens to the patient so those are the options in this patient and her family like how we deal with her that were straight some of the lab were telling the truth that we're telling his story we're telling her what's going on and so she decided to come here for treatment and we have a long track record with precision radiation for brain tumors the first to New York for the first I'm the first doctor to perform brain reduce searching your perform any hospital all the biggest ones I know you're thinking about and all the big surgeons on the Big facilities before all of those there was Dr Lieberman performing radiosurgery been added for thirty years long history the longest history in New York continues history performing stereotactic radio surgery this is our work and so this is what we're doing that on this patient is coming from Staten Island every day with her family because like many people from around the world where people from China and Israel and Italy and France and England you name it who are coming here for treatment from South America the Caribbean and Africa from around the world and then during that program actually after the program to get an email from a man named Jack and he says hi doctor leader mode like most days I'm listening to you on the radio and then you begin to speak about a woman who came to you after every two surgeries for glioblastoma I was so excited you're talking about the type of tumor my brother has it would be wonderful if you speak about the patient more detailed the results sent to the tumor was left well extension a large clear by stoma and what was left behind surgery there's always cancer left after brain surgery for Leo plus Thomas's century always and a strategy is to hit the cancer and not hurt her and that's what we do and we have special equipment and experience over decades is what we're doing and we're anticipating to get her information as long as possible this is the work we do and he said thank you for as much information you could provide a care package appears to a friend who has recurring breast cancer okay so as I said radio listeners save lives and he says wishing you god's blessing and his name is Jack and wanted his last name out of courtesy and to him and this is the work we do and yes we have an extensive experience over decades treating patients with cancer and brain tumors and brain cancers and benign tumors acoustic neuromas and pituitary tumors meningiomas meningiomas acoustic neuromas and pituitary tumors are commonly but nine tumors in the brain and then there's cancers tumors in the brain and we treat both cancers and non cancers of the brain with precision treatment with high success rate where we attack the cancer this is the work that we do every day the package information in a booklet to send you just because you can call even now at two one two choices two one two choices this is the work that we do every day instead of my brain tumors are talk about a patient who came and saw doctor a real leader moon and disavowed acoustic neuroma she went to one of the big hospitals super duper famous hospitals and showed decreased hearing and they want to cut on her and she refused and wonder had opened up and instead of telling right we can cut on you or I can see doctor later mention just one home sad to say she went home and what of this acoustic neuroma benign tumors summers in the global nine tumors don't do anything but in the brain of a nine tumor can hurt the patient because it keeps on growing the brand is locked in this call and it keeps on putting pressure and pressure and pressure and it's putting pressure and now she's got numbness of the face you got weakness of the face how can you see this week where you can see their mouth is asymmetrical there's little fold from the nose to the mouse called the nasolabial fold which is not symmetric anymore she's got numbness of the face she's got tangling in the miles she's got noises in the ear she has pain in the ear and she has balance problems all from a benign tumor so don't think that benign tumors in the brain or soul but nine benign tumors in the brain can be fatal and I've seen people die of benign brain tumors that have not been successfully treated so that's why we encourage people to come here and be seen be evaluated the listen and learn and you well you could learn to and that's what you're doing just like in medical school we learn case by case patient by patient we learn every day on the radio just like I did in medical school you still have to fight to get in college and medical school and residency and fellowship and fellowship and board certification you can sit back and turn on the radio every day were on the radio.
"commodore" Discussed on KGO 810
"To present a Commodore if you want to if you go on Twitter and just put in Jakarta interesting to see we had a caller earlier trying to the flight to try to the bunker rising rising a sea levels due to the ice caps melting due to carbon emissions due to industrialization due to political leaders for no for side due to just as being human anyway yeah so but the idea of what of trump's tweets and you know what Jack Dorsey of yeah they make so much money every time he tweets do you know what I mean they make millions of dollars yes there's people that are only on Twitter because trump to actually follow it in a in a and then they get in there and was threatened still yeah but that's on Twitter fault and and should Twitter I mean what is what's the thing that trump said he lies yeah but he and threaten anybody's life for any get with the mean I was reading this morning about he is he actually violet has he violated Twitter's rules yeah but not I feel like your you're putting trump's tweets and trump's insult and trump's falsehood into this little box it's called but he's the president that's the one reason he shouldn't be allowed outside right now box after I'm just saying I think that the people bend over backwards to allow trump to behave like he does and it and it's stupid he should be able to behave in any way that I can't behave on a social media site if I can't do it he should be able to do it that seems like a pretty fair rolled me traveling most people the most Democrats probably want him on Twitter so we can keep an eye on him nobody needs to keep anymore I believe me there's plenty of eyes on trump and if I want to close my eyes he probably sneak behind my eyelids the by the way are Brian Karem I I talked to over the weekend and it's interesting the support he's getting international support but he still doesn't have is press pass by now but he's you know he's like he's gotten offers and you know lots of different I think he's going to actually help them out yeah I think it's gonna help me out here we might look at Amman showed him a Mar Brian came of course is the is a friend of ours who was a White House pool reporter for playboy and he was started out just one yeah he just up the Huckabee Sanders and he got famous because you know choose your **** she's have formed an exploratory committee running for governor of Arkansas well that doesn't surprise me that can be just like Daddy a survey that's what took her away our Kansas in our hands and our our Kansas I coming up are is a we're gonna try David curve he wrote a book called the college dropout scandal and that's students who start college should never earned a degree how why is that and how can we change it and if you start should be something in there to motivate you to finish I didn't finish did you finish because the right side was your major broadcast journalism with a minor in environs everyday when you're saying or doing showed you stop to think about that class you had in January do you do really no job is different than yours by the way it is in other words well we'll get another way I can wear this is gonna be fun segment on awareness next okay.
"commodore" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"The line Wildcats committed seven turnovers and we're about eight minutes into the ball game before they committed their first win tonight. And for the game vandy committed twenty turnovers can't say twenty four points off turnovers. The Commodores had nine rebounding was even tonight. Twenty nine all Kentucky with Twenty-three defensive six offensive boards vandy with twenty defensive rebounds and nine at the offensive and second chance points seven. Five Kentucky, edge and points in the paint. The Wildcats thirty two the Commodores twelve fast-break points Kentucky, tan vandy for Wildcats blocked. Six shots tonight. Three blocks for vandy and Kentucky had seven steals tonight. And to for the Commodores, Wildcats credited with eighteen assists on those thirty made field goals bandy had ten assists tonight game was tied. Just once and there were four lead changes in the ball game Kentucky's largest lead thirty eight points with just over nine minutes to go in the ballgame. Individually BJ Washington twenty six points, twelve rebounds tonight, his six double double of the season and the third consecutive game in which he scored twenty or more points nine of fifteen from the field three of three from beyond the arc five of six from the line tonight. Also had three steals in the game in twenty nine minutes. Also for Kentucky tonight. Nick Richards, had fourteen points made four or five from the field. Six of ten from the line and Tyler hero, twelve points for the Wildcats. And Kelly Johnson on the strength of three three pointers tonight. Plus a couple of foul shots eleven points for Johnson in the ball game tonight. He had a couple of assists and Ashton Hagan seven points tonight, but he had six rebounds, eight assists and one turnover for the point guard in thirty minutes of playing time tonight Savin le- lead vandy with fifteen points tonight knee Smith had fourteen Ryan twelve for the Commodores, the cast lead at forty five to fifteen at the half tonight. And they go on to win it by a score of eighty seven to fifty two over Vanderbilt. That's.
"commodore" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"Media center. Daytona? I you talked about trying to play it cool. But on the inside going Balkars, I'll I'll play the cool. But I I was I was clearly a fan can all older spec to get a cannonball run is still. I would watch cannonball right now. So yeah, they're remaking that which I think you, and I should be in that going. I'm sorry. We should let's make our make our stake state our claim right now, we should absolutely be in a cannonball, run remake. Our agents are ready for your call immediately. Yeah. We will. Yeah. Who's directing it? Well, the guys who did Reno nine one one. And nine to museum at some of those and one of those guys think went high school, my wife, so I need to fish should be cast in a two for sure actually, she should probably be in my smokey in new bandit. Yeah. All right. Yeah. I I want us to even if we're just in one scene driving through in a car. It's it's a, you know. Yeah. Even if we're just like extras, and we wave at the cameras by nice cream cone or something did, you know, this you probably did know this because you're like mainland Roddick about smoking ban it, but I did not realize offer. God, I guess that John Schneider is an extra. All right. So I'll give you know. So they shot a really bad. Made for TV, quote, unquote, sequel for smoking just called the bandit and boroughs had nothing to do with how need directed it. They shouted in Monroe North Carolina right after I graduate high school and couldn't find a job. It was living with parents in John Schneider. Played like the sheriff that was chasing the bandit. Yeah. I see him. All boy. Extra in the original. Yeah. That's fantastic. Joklik os into new and could you get on that Travis getting getting bone and or Luke Duke on the radio show? I'll work on it. Thank you. That's it. That's imperative we need we need to do that. Okay. Who who snowman? This is tough because. I'm trying to think of like Jerry Reed, obviously was at the height of his country music stardom when he took that role. So I'm her fict- role. Oh, yeah. I'm trying to think of current like country music artists. A lot of people said Eric a lot of people wrote. Yeah. Said they felt like chief should play snowman deceit. Would he like to do acting? I think he'd be awesome. It's no, man. But I actually I actually have two white yokum. I have another country. Still yokum would be an awesome snowman. Yeah. Nagaa smart ass, and he's on he's a little over exposed right now. But oh, Luke, Luke, actually, Luke, Luke, Luke Luke would be fantastic. And and and Blake Shelton yell show. Likable. Great snowman he'd be great. And he and I guarantee you he could recite the movie the regional work for when you get on that to those Buford t mines good. I got a good be for. You give me yours. Kenny powers will. Yeah. Yeah. Danny McBride, Dan abroad is the right answer. Danny McBride is definitely Buford. T justice. Yeah. Because like the perfect personality the perfect like look everything about it, man. He's the perfect for t-. Australia would big anus and. Have a little leanest that I don't know. That's right. Call or not. But. Anyway, we'll hear was my for big little Lena's. I I was thinking we'll fail for big anus because he's like six six that galvanic use the leanness. Yeah. That would be very funny and those to those to which other I'm Percy you can say Zach last name that elephant. Micheals? He's a he's a fellow. He lived in Raleigh. Like, I does hometown number three for me. Yep. Hometown three homes, a big stop for you. He went to NC state. That's why whenever he plays a complete idiot. They're always an East Carolina fan. True. A couple of movies mentions, the pack and hangover. Yeah. And in in one of the hangover's he says I can't the third hangar. I can't go to secondary can't go on this trip. Because some the backstreet boy Noah Jones, one of those are in Raleigh Raleigh. Durham my mind is blown right now up this revelation here in the campaign, whatever it is where he runs for office against we'll feral he's he plays this kind of just complete idiot. And the guy was like a big East Carolina fan, and it's all because Zack what's to NC. State hates skill art..
"commodore" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"Find the flip phone? Yeah. Good. Do you sleep with your sheets interrupt? Only psychos would amend word. I'm with you on that, man. I don't know how anybody can have a man to more. Do you? Do you fling the pill and sling the rock? Is the person who says throwing the pill a jackass or an irredeemable tech? I'm gonna go there. Jackass actually, pay men. You sir are a superstar. And I did I loved it. Thank you so much. That was awesome. That was just anytime. And I'm big fan of yours. Congratulate your success math all tobacco NASCAR date. I'm glad to see. How successful you've been? And how much fun you're having that looks awesome to keep it up. Thank you, brother. Appreciate you. Hopefully, I'll get on there and see you boys soon. Yeah. Please do anytime and love to have you on the road. We'll get we'll get you behind the ropes fun You with you. love. It sounds. I'll hold the phone Bill. I'll keep you updated on scores. That's right. You can start texting going on days. Be good, bro. Thank you for your example. Anytime appreciate it man to. Alert a lot of things on the mornings Miss America podcast from all these amazing people. But the I will say I've never learned anything quite like the fact that my nipples are as unique as my fingerprints. At least according to the science that is the Dan lebatardshow. I'm sure McGee knew that. Let's chat with him about this McGee. Did you know this no? But I did not. I'm glad to know what I spent a lot of time studying this. But I have let somebody is. You learn something new every day and did not realize that if I did commit a crime that they can catch me bum nipples. Wow. Well, I think I told you store that. One time we're riding bikes like little BMX bikes when we were I don't know probably fifth grade. And I had a buddy go over his handlebars and he lost one. Like lost rash? Shredded is right off. Yes. Some question is I need to track him back now. Because when it grew back was it unique. Or was it a duplicate? What was before if you if if you remove your finger prints, I think they grow back the same way. I don't know what movie was it. Where dude cut off his finger nail or nothing and his fingerprints was seven was that Brad Pitt movie. Yeah. Always in all spa movies. They always put their hands in acid or they rub rub. Like flick seal or something owner fingertips that was him. I'm surprised that. There hasn't been like a hillbilly headline where guy got caught because his nipple was the DNA. Oh, that's come. Now. We'll be we'll be looking for that. Now because Florida. And. That's a great transition into redneck nece now one of the greatest country boy movies of all time is smoking a bandit way down. Everybody who has any inkling about McGee and me understand our infatuation with this movie. Now that led to a recent discussion that Travis and I had here and a hashtag called new bandit where I asked you guys to send us who you thought might provide the best new age smoking abandoned cast. So I had to bring in expert. I had to bring in McGee to get his perspective on this. All right. Let's run it down. All right. If you were how need them if if McGee was how need 'em two thousand nineteen and he decided I'm gonna put a brand new smoke in the bandit two point. Oh on the silver screen. Let's run it down. Who would you cast in your dream world.
"commodore" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"So anytime, you be rob. You're you're excited for you. No matter how how she turns out. But I'm used to be. We always say get fire. The Vanderbilt gets lose your job because that's one thing. 'cause he did not like putting losing Vanderbilt anything. I read the you were in China and say your lawn to wake up for a game. Oh, yeah. Every time. Every time travel overseas. The great thing about this day and age sure able follow your team's wherever you on the world. You know, you're able to go being trying to waking up at three and watch animal games, Australia this year did same thing. So it's it's. Yeah. ES to watch ESPN app has been great for me on their all time. Check, check them out. We read and washed on the tarmac for playing that on Saturdays. And Sundays went west. You know, the first awful not afraid to call our phone out. Check it what. While tournament. Oh, yeah. Attached to dude, that's like a walk in commercial my bosses, they just related that. I mean, I guess to me. So that they know what happens come on. I don't I don't I don't think they'll find you for what the hell. Right. Exactly. But trying to you know, we're football fans day real real Jenner football fans. I think. I think that's absolutely fantastic. Man. I mean, I thought it was like I don't care how many strokes behind you are it's all focusing all tucked in shirts and all that stuff, man. Oh, it you realize that Pat on Saturday Sunday teams plan, you're not afraid to pull header caddy. Hold on your phone for your white into shock. You kill Tom. The whole time. So you'll see what's going game. Guys. It was the Larry's how about how about the fault that brand snicker if he's not playing so great in tournament is checking out the Vanderbilt Commodores, his beloved Vanderbilt Commodores on the links between hosts they're just like us, y'all further all ages Kobe. This is a non paid ad by Brent Senator. Yeah. Completely not mean. And that was the beauty of it. Like it just cracked me up. I was kinda like, wait. What you do? I thought that was fantastic. They're just like us. It's no different than us. All see all he needs a little bit of country music and a cold beer in a console that golf cart. And I'm sure his game. Looks a whole lot like mine does I wish they could ride around and have some cold ones while they're golfing may to we need to have big discussion at some point about the that tiger feel deal the match. Yeah, they need. They need your spruce. It up by spruce it up. I mean, redneck it up a little bit and. Let the good boys out there watching them, and you know, riding around on carts, some beverages have some beer, I love it. It speaking loving it as being a co bear we're going to try something new in the mortgage Miss America podcast. We're going to begin asking. Our interview subjects the Dan lebatardshow poll questions in guys who are fans of Danny, and Stu and the boys know that throughout their show that created a phenomenon with that show. But part of that phenomenon is there po- questions if some random comment comes up they ultimately, quote, put it on the pole, and they put a Twitter poll up and the response is ridiculous. And so we thought it would be funny since we have access to these great athletes or musicians or whomever that we should ask them some of these poll questions and Brandt was our very first victim check it out. Okay, before I get you out of here. Have you ever? Are you aware of the Dan lebatardshow? Of course, I hear I hear you on there all the time. Okay. Very good. So, you know, about their their their daily polls that they do like these spontaneous ran on the polls. Yes. Yes. So as part of my podcast. I'm going to ask you some poll questions you good. Okay. Here. We go. Did you know that your nipples are as unique as your fingerprints? Just not know that nor did I just learned something is the spicy chicken sandwich from Wendy's. The.
"commodore" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"Did that to make sure that they we had to play their game? You know, we played at sixteen and Hegel team really wide fairways though, rough with all of our guys can bomb. You know, they can all hit drivers nine miles Europeans for the most part can't keep up with that way till we turn into Verdy fast. And so that's a home-court advantage and France the exact opposite. It turned into a USO. The fairways real narrow rough Israel thick to really tough horse to be successful. So we had to play their kind of game. And so it was just bad set forth gin with but then to hear all the bickering kinda afterwards. You know, wasn't real big fan of. And I think for the most part about team to same thing. Jim did a great job. They didn't make the pots, and they need to you know, you gotta have a lot of luck to win one of those things. I don't care anyway, this your. Team played unbelievable. Just like we had a lot of sixteen when we wanted sixteen. You're gonna have to win those things. So I just didn't. I didn't think it was good fair to Jim Jim worked so hard. This. Why did a great job? I thought they thought of everything pretty much just just didn't work out that say in God's on us didn't play good off guys are things or somebody else on team. Me either agree with you. So so you're hardcore Commodore, and I love it. Hell I should make a t shirt says that but they'd sell pretty well. What do you think of Derek Mason vest last year? I love it. And I got one the house. I mean, how how many coaches are a dance of when they beat Tennessee third straight year. Like, I love I love me. He's great guys. Great coach kids and the kids to play for absolutely level. I mean, he's he's he's a fun guy to be around can't help. But love him since five minutes with and so I'm all in on this. I hope giving birth long day. He's an amazing dude really enjoyed being around in. My love is perspective. I love his intensity. And look fact is it's that that job is one. That is not easy. It's not an easy job to be the football coach at vandy. And he's done such tremendous job. I couldn't be more impressed with him. And I know doesn't he does stuff the right way as everything then goal? Say does stuff the right way, treat people the right way, and his you and get a lot of new age it in it's going to help them out a lot. So we're excited to see Malcolm Turner, just got the job to head of g. Each the delays or basketball now Geely so we will lure him in. So I think everybody knows excise the neck of the next eighty over and help Mace kinda get get where he wants to go. So as vandy gab what what what is van de over Tennessee? What's that mean? Yeah. I guess it's like. Little brother beating up on big, brother. You know when they both got different rival. You know, never really happened that much when it does you never forget about it. You know, for purposes, there's no way Tennessee should ever lose Vanderbilt football and the history the tradition the recruiting base they have the fan base. They have you know, it's pretty remarkable as of annual fan I can say that because I grew up in the state. I I understand Tennessee's football brands so strong. But for whatever reason multitude reasons they've had a lot of functional there and so since on for us to kind of get back on top of them for a few years. Yeah. It's been fun being a hold out over. And I I don't think even railfan has illusions last forever. Tennessee, should and will be strong again some point near future, but the fun to have this over for while. And so, you know, it's kind of you know, the one thing we always had basketball seem like every year. We're putting our top twenty five team in basketball due early nineties. They're legit or the real deal. And Rick Barnes done a great job up. There was a great hire some studs in there to play basketball. So it's been you know, it's it's something we it's arrival..
"commodore" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"You're gonna see today. And I met a short birdie putt on eight. And I was so mad man that was four foot or down the hill should be. Gimme a and I missed it. Mad at myself got to non fairway and just on the fairway might wanna do it? She hit the fairway hit the twenty feet and. Walking up to the green building horseshoe. Like, I guess I was wearing a purple shirt and shouldn't wanna purple shirt today. They you you if you did you could probably have like I I do right now mean I'm gonna tell you right now, I'm gonna make I'm half the stuff. That's me talk myself into doing it dealer ham. I really believe I was going to do it on. Sure enough came off went right in the middle. And you know, the time is really cool. I didn't really realize what what it meant. There's something cool to do a lot of guys have done it back to my room afternoon. You know, I'm probably had three or four hundred techs probably more checks. I got for nine a different win a golf tournament ever my career, you know, and I realized kinda start thinking what cool moments that was. And then, you know, porta history that nobody ever take away from me. And then the nurse hit me. Like, oh my gosh. Man. Now, I'm gonna win the golf tournament. They can't screw this up. Just set yourself up with out of five day. You can't be of the fifty nine at lose a golf tournament. You know, so recipe. Brutal by the. Ever had onto or deal all that pressure and expectations. Luckily enough they will get down on Sunday. So for someone who isn't like a hard core golf consumer or player or person who's not avid explained to them. What is fifty nine? Fifty nine is more of a mental barrier. Right. Fifty nine is says most part seventy two seventy seventy seventy one seventy two par golf course. You know, anywhere under school join nine God's issues shoot under sixty six the barrier as always kind of like the four minute mile running trying to use some other people understand that. It's guys can't do it. Just very rare. When it happens hitting for the cycle and baseball, maybe something like that doesn't happen very often. And so it's more of a mental hurdle. God's great rounds. The whole time we get closer there. But the nerve stick in, you know, you're going along feeling great the whole like it's four feet wide. You can't make you know to make mistake if you tried then all of a sudden you start thinking about well could go wrong or how your she done? All said, you get nervous and things are changing. So it's just complete mental hurdle. How get over it and do it. And you know, it's something cool. The history books once you got on it. Once you guys done go on to win. So on you know, I'll be proud of that one for back. I'm already kicked you to loan. A couple more not get out of here. Brother. Good. I got nothing going on. So I was really fascinated by the Ryder Cup this year because I feel like our expectations were so high and everyone expected so much and then it just didn't happen. I mean, it just was a bad effort. Right. What was your reaction to all of the drama that stemmed from that loss? Yeah. I think it was you know, I wouldn't real happy with the drama afterwards. Just because I know Jim really well gonna play golf, and I know how hard he worked. And I thought he did everything right? Yeah. I I think every guys ever played on fifteen. We'll tell you the same thing when we went Ryder Cup. They're capping get way too, much credit and lose Ryder Cup to get way. Too much blame. I think Davis did the exact same job and twelve as he did in sixteen and twelve he was a horrible captain and in sixteen he was the best after never so I I've never understood, you know, people try to blame the captives for something that happened today. If you look at how we played. European team played unbelievable. They made a ton of pots they hit the ball in the fairway seem like every time. There's a porthole right in the middle of fairway. Golf course. Schumi? Call the cost for the ball fairly on the rough grown up and they pinch..
"commodore" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"He's the reason why we live in this house. He's the reason why I I may play for the money L play for play. Live the life that we do. So we sit here and watch history being made it's coming back. Nobody's ever really ever had to deal with and it's such a cool moment, and he's just become a friend who got on tour mentor to bunch of guys just seeing back have fun again and seeing on that was his kids, which I think any follow out there. Tell you as you know, it's really cool your kids and see you be successful in your career kind of share that with a little bit a really special moment. As part of the reason why it's drought. So hard right now. I think so too had the great blessing, and it's a blessing to sit with him for quite some time before the masters last year and get into all that and everything that he managed and him telling me there were days when he just couldn't even get out of bed, and when he did get out of bed, and he put his feet on the floor just fall on the floor, and he couldn't get up, and he couldn't even lay in the floor and play Legos with his kids. They'd want him to come out in the backyard and play any couldn't even lay in the yard to watch them. Kick a soccer ball around. Because his pain was so dramatic. He just had no choice. He just couldn't. And the way that that stripped him emotionally and whatnot. Was was so dramatic that this this this reemergence, and this resurgence is all well and good. He's enjoying playing golf again in certain at this point winning again. But above all, he's happy. He can walk down the street with his kids. And I was so fascinated by seeing his owner ability in saying these things, and it felt a very odd may be misguided connection to him there. It was very cool to see. Now, they've got it all the one thing I've gotten a real out of everybody's gotta know of last six years as different person than he was fifteen years ago, you know, fifteen years ago, it's all about winning thousand percent of winning all I cared about. He was gonna play with is extra super nice play with. But he was. Never go way to try to help. You never go way to spend time with you. And it's been totally different. Now, I think being outta golfer. A couple of years. I remember when I made the Ryder Cup team sixteen assistant, captain literally got the point of my wife is like you can answer that phone as long as it's not because his tiger be on the phone for an hour and a half. That's how that's how much he missed it. That's almost was talking about what we're the Ryder Cup team. Our successful Howard gonna win. Here's how did stuff and all these things showed them how much you still care about the game of golf how much he loved it. And so that's why I think everybody two were so excited when we realized how much she loved and how much and how hard he worked to get back to where it was very rare. You see that pay off second time so hard to come back. Once you lose confidence. That's tricky thing off me you see all the time. You see it and really sports you have time to think about field. Okay. Precede a lot feel and football. Just tough time to think about stuff all the time..
"commodore" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"How you get your mind right space and of how you kinda get yourself into the right frame of mind and the and the the the Hillary stuff. Yeah. The outside stuff becoming not that big of a deal, you know, don't worry as for general most golfers love being individuals because it falls on us if we fail. It's all our fault. I can't blame catty came under coach in a day. It's on you know, you gotta find a way to get it done or don't get it done. And I think most golfers love that. Now, that's why it's really tough when you play guys play team golf Ryder Cup golfer presents cut off. 'cause it's so different. You know, 'cause you you're alive. On eleven other guys, you feel almost doubly intensive pressure because you don't wanna let your teammates down, and we don't deal with that on regular basis. It probably one things that probably tough watch team sport is to kind of get is seeing how much you know, how tough that would be. How much more pressure would be on those jobs because they got another guy's depending on them. How much will push him to kind of get over over whatever they're trying to get over. How many guys you sports psychologists? I think everybody used one one at one point or another in their career. I think I've been through three or four trying to help you get in the right frame of mind. I haven't used one five ten years now. Yeah. I think every every guy wants wants an answer to a question that most psychologists cannot answer when I feel terrible when everything's going sideways, and I'm on the eighteenth hole. And I've got, you know, billions of twenty five million people watching me at home on TV. And I got. Thirty people out here Washington shot, and I feel like I don't know where it's gonna go. What do I do? How do I get it in the fairway? And you know, they have their they have their, you know, kinda checkless you go through. You gotta find out. Everybody's different. You'll find out how to do it yourself. You gotta find out. Okay. This is what my tendencies are. This is how I you know, I've tried this before it didn't let the trial and error period. Like how I handle the pressures is how I get through it. How I could hit a shot. I know I have somewhat conference I could pull off and believe in yourself enough to say, you know, what I'm gonna find a way to get it done. And that's one thing. I love I've taken away from giving. No Tiger Woods a little bit with no one that is bad as I feel overall shot. No matter how nervous I get. I know Tiger Woods still exact same way. I mean, the reason why he's probably a thousand over par on the first hole his golf career only so nervous about the pro on the first hole every time it up, and so if Tiger Woods nervous over. Then I should take comfort in that fact, knowing that he feels exact same way I do on the level playing about how do I handle he's the best ever handling? I've gotta find my way of handling, you know. So that's probably them bigs help me last ten years of my career. So that's something. He readily admits. He's that nervous on the first heat. I e every time he no he's like if you're not nervous not nervous than what are you doing? That means you don't care about the outcome of death. Not invest in the process that means you're not invested anything that interest. Because when you go playing event and your T off your writing a score down at the end of that round. And that's gonna reflect a thousand percent on. If you do the work that you you're all set you're supposed to be successful. And there's no hide from that number eighty five on tour shot fifty nine onto or so I seen all both. You know, those streams of that. So and there's nowhere to hide all goes in the ground. You're scores me there for everybody to see. So you better be nervous better care about it. Otherwise, all the very good at it. We'll get fifty nine and a minute, man. To especially when you bogey the first hole any minute. What's it been like for you guys? Tigers peers to watch him have this resurgence. What was it like to watch him win?.
"commodore" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"It was awesome. And my grandmother, we'll take it to the club. And she just loves go play golf all day while she was working. So that's how we got introduced the game. I was six years old Vic my Bose nine or ten years old time not the first time we really played. My dad was the baseball player growing up started picking up golf when he got later in life. But then really at that time was playing may once a week with somebody's on the weekend. And so that was kind of arch Dutch, and she got her first set the golf clubs, and from there just kinda ran with his voice, my Bose, you know, obviously been the younger, brother. I kind of did whatever he did. And he got into Goff a little bit. I even more so in golf and just loved it. And that's how I started playing. And then my dad kinda took it rain with excuse to get him out play golf on the weekends. I think and so it's something we did that family. We a bunch of great matches me and my brother and my dad vice versa. It was a lot of fun. You know, like a lot of great quality time on the golf course. When did you know, you were better than the other guys? My mom still has this thing didn't kindergarten when you fill out what you wanna do for your life. So this is right after I got my dos filled out this whole thing about being on PJ to or playing golf for a living and all ever wanted to do it never had any other passion to anything else. I was always parents always joke. Drove into that. You need to have a backup plan because probably isn't going to happen. Don't meet the first your bubble. You know, not make it, and I never really kinda registered with me. I always thought I was going to do it. And I just never had. I guess I had the right mentality for it. My brother's really really talented. He played ole miss all American player, but we're polar opposite mentality on the golf course. He had a terrible temper really talented, but just could never kinda let bad shots go go next shot and kind of figure it out. I never really had an issue with that. I was always kind of glasses half full. I mean, it's gonna work out. It's gonna be fine kinda guy. And this was really lucky. I guess I always had a bunch of. Stuff happen to be on the golf course. And I really late. Fobel grace where a loss term I should have worn or anything like that just gonna kill building confidence. And always kind of thought it was gonna work out. And luckily did 'cause I don't know what I would be doing. It did What was that moment? Like, then if it was such a childhood aspiration and dream when you are in your car. Yeah. The poor the coolest thing I got to do. I wonder US public's tournament. When I was twenty two years old and got the plan the masters of the named her. Now the first moment where I was really like good college player. I, you know, making stuff in new gun had a chance but to go play in the masters in Amador such a cool experience. You know, it's something to stay in the crow's nest of the clubhouse. I'd never been to professional vent for play in the masters never going to be tour vent by never played with BJ to a player. So I had no idea what I was getting into. And I remember walking out the first morning and they open the first day to eight o'clock in the morning. The first patriots to walk on property. I call about seven thirty in the morning that I parked. My car driven down from Nashville, and I parked my car in the in a bad spot patron crosswalk their toes, I didn't move it. Of course. I'm freaking out. You know, they kicked me out his place, and I ain't been here for a night, and they'll move the card. It's weird feeling being there on property when there's no there's no page..
"commodore" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"It's a good one. Here's where we're going to start brand. I I want to thank you for moving the podcast taping time because y'all need understand Brandt is a father to y'all know father and Mia my middle one had a play and that is very important. And so my man Brandt understands fatherhood. So he moved the time. Thank you, sir. That's how you get off on the right foot. Yeah. No problem at being a dad who misses all kinds of stuff. I I realize important to make those what he can so easy to do. Happy will make it. I'm sure she did awesome. She did man. It's fun to watch. It's just inspiring to me to see our little people that we made be honest age like that and be so confident it fills up my tank, man, but. Dad's there little girls and dad's special man, it is it's impossible to describe. I've tried to articulate it. And I just don't know how yet because the feeling that that that love is inside of me is just beyond description. Maybe someday I'll be able to put it into words. I don't know you're pretty good. I think you'll be able to figure it out. Thank you, brother. I say, let's let's start in Nashville. You're a lifelong Nashville guy born and raised never left. I gotta know. Like when you're coming up. You just turned thirty eight right? Happy birthday. Thank you very much. I did. So when you're like at grocery store when you're little boy did you ever run into Waylon Jennings or anything? You know? No, I've gotta know quite a few of the country guys here in town just because of most of them are Goff junkies. Most of our killing time during the day when they're traveling or when they're in the city doing spot, so they all playing golf, so I've got quite a few the is that way. But yeah, you'll run into guys around Tassell, national, so great. I remember growing up in town and seeing Garth Brooks run around tally time and Alan Jackson, all these great country stores are growing up here, national and just normal jobs. It's going to, you know, going them all shopping going dinner at certain restaurants, whatever it may be everybody kinda leave him alone. But do thing nobody really coming up in bother too much. And I think it's part of the reason why there's so many these guys and still live in Nashville because they love they love the vibe here. They let the people and they love living. And and Nashville was grown immensely since. I was here's a kid. You should become a little form town. Now, it's turning this kind of new hip city. So it's it's been fun to wash transform those exactly where I was going. It's my favorite town in the country. I live in Charlotte. I love Charlotte. It's a great place to be. And to raise my family. I'm moved here right out of college. Because I was chasing race cars at the time. New. I wanted to be in NASCAR racing. And that's why moved here, but and we've stayed here. But man, I have been I have a lot of buddies in country music too. And they keep telling me, you gotta come to Nashville that town is an awesome town to consider it Charlotte with art. I think it's so inspiring to be there because of the artistic boom that it's experiencing. How have you seen it grow during your lifetime? I mean, it's unbelievable. When I grew up pretty much everything else out of downtown was touristy with a few country. Bores wasn't really well kept at that time and wasn't exactly the safest place in the world. When all young kids seven eight year nine years old now, and where the town is grown used to be all farmland, you'd be really, you know, horse farm tattle farms, whatever it may be and now to see the city span the way it does the way it has the way the city smart four thinking, they're gonna Beth a lot of money in downtown really clean, it up it really embrace the tourism aspect of it and brace, you know, the business of of all the different companies come to town, whether it be shit at the healthcare companies are Megan the street, really voice. Those things, you know, technology, a huge proponent of this. And now this are typically come from the last five years, it's been really unbelievable gonna change take on this new you feel like you're part of metropolitan area. There's always little different sects downtown now go and have a great time experience everything, and I tell people all the time don't come to Nashville for for just country music..
"commodore" Discussed on Assassinations
"In the one sixties AD, the Roman empire was locked in a series of wars and wounded soldiers brought home a plague of smallpox was ravaging the city, but emperor Marcus are really still held the people's favor. He descended to the throne from an elected position in the Senate. And despite the empire's problems, he was considered a wise and just ruler from childhood communists, was groomed to be as grand an emperor as his father, Marcus Aurelius was the first emperor in generations to have a legitimate son, and he planned on bringing back the old tradition of rule by birthright communists, was trained by the best masters in all realms of study. But early on the boy proved to have a cruel streak in his nature. One day when communists was twelve one of his slaves. Drew him bath. When the young emperor got into the water. He felt it was too cold. So without compunction, he ordered that. The slave be cast into the furnace on another occasion. The young communists used a scalpel to cut open a man's belly simply to satisfy his curiosity about what was inside his teachers could only stand by and watch as he unfurled the man's intestines despite all of his worrying behavior. A really promoted his son to the rank of Imperatore on November twenty seventh one seventy six AD making him second in command of Rome's army. Commodore was only fifteen the youngest console in Roman history only year after that communist was made co emperor ruling alongside his father in one eighty are really has died leaving eighteen year old Commodores as the sole emperor. In his final moments, Marcus Aurelius might have dreamed that his son would lead Rome into a bright new era comedies would be the first biological air to take the throne in over a hundred years and his father had done everything to prepare him for the responsibility. These hopes did not come to pass Commodores proved to be a worse disease upon Rome than the plague rather than actually ruling his domain communists spent his days at the Coliseum watching gladiator battles. He wasn't content to simply watch sometimes he would enter the arena himself, and brutally murdered his opponents before the screaming crowd during his reign communists fought in over seven hundred and thirty five gladiator battles against both men and animals, he brought exotic beasts into the Coliseum lions elephants. Hippos ostriches gazelles and Tigers and massacred them all one ancient historian Roach, quote such was his prowess in the slaying of wild beasts that he wants transfixed an elephant with poll Pierce to gazelles horn with a spear and on a thousand occasions dispatched a mighty beast with a single blow. He often invited gladiators to his home to practice an offer that meant certain death. No one dared to defeat the emperor in battle not with his guards stationed around the perimeter of the room once they surrendered communists would slay them without an ounce of mercy his cruelty aired into the Macab communists delighted in mocking decorum indecency once at a state dinner Commodore served up to live Hunchback men on silver platters, both of the men covered in mustard at another banquet. He forced to men with dwarfism to fight to the death with butcher knives. Atop the banquet table Commodores ate greedily as they battled ignoring the guts of blood that splattered onto his plate. Commodores was known to round up women he found desirable and force them into his harem. He would wander the streets and command his guards to abduct any women that caught his fancy, and as we mentioned earlier after his cousin Quadra dis tried to assassinate him in one eighty two. He got the last laugh by taking quadrajet says lover Marsha as a concubine, but Marsha proved to be much stronger and smarter than comedies head intimidated rather than let the kidnapping break her spirit, Marsha maneuvered her way into a position of influence. She had the emperor's ear and before he knew it..