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Braves, Brewers spurred to playoffs by bold midseason deals
"It'll be Milwaukee's all ball club against the current one is the Braves take on the brewers in the NL division series the brewers are trying to win Milwaukee's first World Series title since the Braves in nineteen fifty seven manager Craig Counsell team won the NL central with relative ease as the brewers reach the post season for the fourth consecutive year like everybody else we're excited can't wait to get on the field can't wait to get to the park tomorrow course there's nerves there's an nervous energy like everybody else the brave shook off a slow start to capture the NL east they are expected to start Charlie Morton in game one on Friday against brewers ace Corbin Burnes the two teams split their six game season series on the ferry
Brewers' Burnes, Hader Combine for MLB Record 9th No-Hitter
"The brewers have offered the ninth no hitter of the major league season our record since pictures began to throw overhand in eighteen eighty four Corbin Burnes combined with reliever Josh Hader to lead a three nothing shutout of the Indians burns struck out fourteen with one hundred fifteen pitches over eight innings burns fan eleven of his first fourteen hitters and retired the first eighteen in order before Myles straw walked leading off the seventh it's the third time the Indians have been no hit this season not including the seven inning no no thrown against them by Tampa Bay I'm the ferry
Kieboom, Nats Rally Again, Score 2 in 9th to Edge Mets 4-3
"Carter Kieboom interest Evenson hit RBI singles in the bottom of the ninth off Edwin Diaz to rally the nationals past the Mets three to two D. as walk to the first three hitters he faced before surrendering the RBI hits he blew two saves in the five game series Alonso hit a solo Homer and an RBI single for the Mets who took three of five in Washington but fell four games behind idle Atlanta for the NL east lead Patrick Corbin allowed three runs over seven innings the longest outing by a Mets starter since he worked seven on August third Trevor Williams allowed two runs over five innings for the Mets I'm Dave Ferrie
No. 9 Notre Dame Escapes With OT Victory Florida State
"Ninth ranked Notre Dame coughed up an eighteen point lead in the fourth quarter before Jonathan door hit a forty one yard field goal in overtime sending the Irish past Florida state forty one thirty eight the winning kick came after Ryan fitzgerald thirty seven yard attempt sailed wide left fitz Gerald extended the game with a forty four yard kick in the final minute of regulation Jacquelyn completed twenty six of thirty five passes for three hundred sixty six yards and four touchdowns in his Notre Dame debut I think I learned early on when I got here that was you know their plan for the offense yeah I mean I mean I think it's a great idea like I said you always need a house big chunk plays in a game how to be successful and make it easier on the offense to Sean Corbin had an eighty nine yard touchdown run for the Seminoles who have dropped five straight openers I'm Dave Ferrie
Burnes Pitches Brewers by Giants in Matchup of NL Contenders
"Corbin Burnes furnished an RBI single and held San Francisco to a run and four hits over six innings of the brewers three one verdict over the giants burns struck out nine and walked none while lowering his ERA to two point two seven all morning or via singled home a run and scored a run to help the brewers him the giants their third loss in four games since a three game sweep of the Mets last week the giants lead in the NL west is down to one and a half games over the Dodgers Milwaukee stretched its lead in the NL central to nine and a half games over Cincinnati I'm Dave Ferrie
Corbin's Resurgent Outing Helps Nationals Beat Brewers 4-1
"That's according pitched into the seventh inning and the nationals handed the brewers are second straight loss four to one Corbin struck out seven walked nine and held Milwaukee scoreless until after sale Garcia homered with one out in the seventh Corbin entered the night with a six point oh four ERA lane Thomas was hitting one thirty five before going two for four with a two run triple for the nationals the brewers manages three hits as they fail to support Brett Anderson who allowed three runs and five hits over five in the third I'm Dave Ferrie
Burnes Helps Brewers to Another Road Win, 2-0 Over Cards
"Corbin Burnes took a no hitter into the sixth inning and Kolten Wong had three hits as the brewers beat the cardinals to nothing burns allowed two hits and two walks while striking out three in six innings helping the NL central leaders move eight and a half games ahead of the second place Reds Tommy Edman broke up the no hit bid with a single to left field in the sixth inning Burgess six now in his last thirteen starts and hasn't lost since may twenty fifth Wong put Milwaukee up one nothing with a bloop double to left in the second inning Omar Narvaez has added an RBI double down the right field line to push the lead to to nothing I'm Dave Ferrie
Albies, Swanson Power Braves Past Nationals 12-2
"Dansby Swanson homered twice and had six RBIs in the Braves nights we internal Levin gains a twelve to laugh for over the nationals as he I'll be homered for the fourth straight game a two run shot off loser Patrick Corbin in the fifth inning Adam duvall added a solo Homer in the ninth his twenty sixth of the year Max free picked up his tenth win by limiting Washington to one run on five hits with seven strikeouts over six innings the Braves and Phillies remain tied for first in the NL east the nationals have dropped eleven of twelve or seventeen games under five hundred for the first time in eleven years on the ferry
Burnes Fans 10 Straight To Tie Record, Brewers Rip Cubs 10–0
"Corbin Burnes tied a major league record as the brewers shut out the cubs ten nothing burns allowing just four hits over eight innings but the record the tide was striking out ten straight batters burns equaled the mark previously reached by both Tom Seaver and Aaron nola and overall on the night he struck out fifteen offensively the brewers batted around in the very first inning scoring seven runs off losing pitcher Jake area the brewers have now won seven of their last ten while the cubs losing streak has reached seven straight David Shuster Chicago
Tellez Delivers Again as Brewers Edge Giants 2-1 in 10
"Routed to let's came through with the game winning RBI single in the tenth inning as the brewers defeated the giants two to one in a battle of two first place teams to leads down places late game heroics no wonder to strike mode just trying to fight off and start going down the line and got the job done so you know I was I was pretty cool it was a pitcher's duel delight is both starters Corbin Burnes and Logan Weber both sharp burns allowing just four hits through seven innings while Webb gave up just three over six with nine strikeouts Brandon belt and I have a site you'll Garcia account for the other runs in the game with home runs before to Liz came through in the extra frame I'm David Shuster
García 3-Run HR as Brewers Beat Toussaint and Braves 9-5
"M. S. I. L. Garcia William Thomas and Eduardo Escobar hit home runs in the brewers nine five downing of the Braves one of Garcia's three hits was a three run Homer in Milwaukee's fourth consecutive win the blast helped the brewers overcome all star Corbin Burnes we're starting the season burns gave up a season high five runs on nine hits and two walks in four plus innings Brad Boxberger got the win with two innings of scoreless relief losing pitcher to key to start wasted an early four nothing lead the brewers still paced the NL central by seven games over the Reds the Braves remain for behind the NL east leading Metz I'm the ferry
Tellez Homers Twice to Help Brewers Beat White Sox 6-1
"Rowdy to lance hits a pair of solo homers as the brewers blast the white Sox six to one to plant bombs were the only hits that Chicago's bullpen would give up in four innings of work he finished with three hits driving in three runs to give an opportunity to go to capitalize on them and I wasn't doing at the beginning of my time here and you know I'm able to put together some good at bats and I work in some some other games so hopefully we can keep this going Sox starter Carlos Rodon suffer the loss lasting just four innings giving up four runs including dinners by Kolten Wong and Tyrone Taylor in the first and second innings Corbin Burnes yielded just one run over six innings to earn the win and help the NL central leading brewers stay six and a half games clear of the second place Reds I'm Danny camp
Burnes Back in All-Star Form, Brewers Beat Reds 8-0 to Sweep
"The brewers completed a three game sweep and stretched their lead in the NL central to seven games by slamming the second place Reds eight nothing Corbin Burnes struck out twelve while allowing five hits and a walk over eight and a third innings he didn't allow a runner past first until the resolution of the bases in the ninth whenever you can strip series is huge and you know when they got one more series against these guys so to to to get early early in the vision of the seven games this is your nine I've only got three more against them Christian Yelich hit a solo Homer in the seventh and William Thomas added a two run shot in the ninth Tyrod Taylor Jackie Bradley junior each drove in two runs in a four run fifth losing pitcher Sonny gray was reach for five runs over four two thirds I'm Dave Ferrie
Sho-Case: Shohei Ohtani Gets All-Star Win for AL, Bats, Too
"The American late lead all the way into feeding the National League five to two for the junior circuit this was its eighth consecutive win in the mid summer classic Vladimir Guerrero junior of the Toronto Blue Jays drove in two runs one of them four hundred sixty eight foot Homer of loser Corbin Burnes enough for Guerrero to be named the game's MVP American like starter Shohei Ohtani threw one scoreless inning to get the win then stayed in the game as his team's DH Liam Hendricks got the save Bruce Morton Denver
Muncy's Grand Slam Lifts Dodgers to 6th Straight, Sinks Nats
"Next month sees grand slam was the difference as the Dodgers earned a rain shortened win over the nationals six two munchies blast off Patrick Corbin snapped a two two tie in the fifth inning I was looking for yeah something up on his own and you know just one first that sounds on but I think there was a little reflect my thoughts and you know he he left one up there for me and good guy that's going on AJ Pollock began hitting with a Homer Tony Gosselin entered in the second inning it was credited with the Dodgers six straight wins since they were no hit a week ago Corbin fell to five and six with a five point five six earned run average a tornado warning because the game to be stopped before the top of the sixth the game was called by rain after seventy seven minutes away I'm Dave Ferrie
Swanson Stays Hot With 2-Run HR as Braves Top Nationals 5-0
"Dansby Swanson belted a two run Homer in a four run sixth that sent the Braves past the nationals five one Swanson has homered five times during his twelve game hitting streak giving him ten for the season Tucker Davidson was a winner following his recall from triple way allowing five hits with five walks and five strikeouts over five and two thirds Ozzie Albies drove in two runs with three hits including a double our sim card in the seventh losing pitcher Patrick Corbin carried a two hit shutout into the sixth before faltering the Braves are seven three against Washington this season after splitting the four game series I'm Dave Ferrie
"corbin" Discussed on Tally The Bases
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Flaherty's 7th Wins Lifts Cards as Burnes Walks 1st Batter
"The cardinals scored one run in each the first and ninth innings and that stood up for starting pitcher Jack Flaherty am the bullpen in a two nothing shut out of the brewers flirty moved his record to seven and all who gave up four hits over six innings and I'll do all brewers starter Corbin Burnes brewers put two on in the bottom of the ninth inning brought the go ahead run to the plate before cardinal closer Alex Ramos got out of the jam and got the save birds who took the loss also set a major league record struck out fifty eight before yielding his first walk of the season Chuck Freeman the walking
Bell, Schwarber Homer as Corbin Pitches Nats Past Phils 5-1
"Patrick Corbin allowed one run on five hits and struck out nine to improve to two and three on the year as the nationals beat the Phillies five to one after Andrew McCutchen stole home in the first as part of a double steal to give the Phillies the lead the nationals got a pair of two run homers in the bottom of the first by Kyle Schwarber and Josh bell we gave you know Corbin that that run support need it was able to take it and run with and our bullpen came in and shut the thing out for us so definitely fun to watch Phillies starter Zach Eflin pitched well after the first inning and win six but suffered the loss to fall to to into Starlin Castro had two more hits including an RBI double to extend his hitting streak to eleven games Craig heist Washington
"corbin" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
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"corbin" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Corbin Burns. Was that natural for you to in your career to go into producing writing and directing as you know as you gain more experience and had been on your share of sets Oh yeah, absolutely always I started out more writing. College I got a degree in play writing. That's where I started. Really the whole acting thing really came about when. I wanted to act. I did, but at sort of fell engine things I mean my mother was a wonderful actress from the younger the restless so around it, but I really I I would writing obvious do more that now. We have a lot of time. Do some writing. Yes we do, don't we? I I, my wife would kill me if I don't mention major league, because she just loves that film and especially with the baseball drought. We've had this year had a chance to revisit that, so that's been good to see that again. Bands much is you're gonNA. Get Out of baseball this year. I guess I or they're starting up soon right here. Better late than never. I also have to commend you. You did a great job on American gods as Vulcan Oh. I was really open. It'd be more. Obviously I die in it but armor dodge so attorney I was hoping you is giving me more and I think at the producers that were on the years, and I was there stayed around I might have made a few season tree, but Anyway things change life changes in here. We are and I also be remiss if I didn't mention Kiss Kiss Bang, Bang, which is. Boy that movie has just keeps going. It just keeps getting audience every year. It seems it's such a cool movie. Yeah! It was an interesting news. Sometimes people don't look at whole business of the business, but. When you think about that was really Roberts first movie never really back I mean he did a couple of other films I? Think after his return from his indulgences in life, and he was so good at it, and it was so great classic Robert. Downey junior am Val Kilmer, and I just think that got. Over shadowed it. CanNot like the week. A star wars movie came out or something, and you just can't compete with that. You know what I think. Everybody thought it was a small little movie and it was going to be ashamed black. Okay, that's why drafted film and you know. Keep them on board as a writer for more lethal weapons and I don't think anybody ever look. Look at because everybody is all the critical reviews were great i. just don't think people do about it, but it is. It's cool to me that people discover it's A. It's a perfect movie like for right now and you know when you're going through the eight billion channels you go. What not? Oh, KISS! It's paying back. That'd be a good one to see. Is One of those great discovery movies you know? Not Discovery, channel, but you discover a movie well after. been around absolutely, so what's what's ahead for you? Are you going to do? You want to go more behind the camera or do you want to mix it up and be in front as well? View which Ed for all of us you know. I can tell you are very blessed to writing I. Love Writing And you know that's something we can do whether. Anybody ever make another movie again. You know you write night. Enjoy I. Actually Bring US novel during this first half of this whole pandemic, but I..
"corbin" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"It was a fun set very nice people that work for beautiful place I. one of the things that attracted me to film was film itself was big shot an area where. We just moved to my wife and I in upstate. New York and was eager to get into it. I saw that he sort of burgeoning zone community there and literally within a week, so we were there that I got this film so yeah, it was fantastic. No I hear you. My sister has a place in Ulster County so. Until this thing hit the endemic. We would go up there a couple of times during the summer and spent some time there. It's beautiful. Beautiful and it's also has a rich history really going back to pre pre revolutionary war days, so there's a lot of interesting things going on around the debtor on. Well the whole, no yeah I mean the whole notion of the Hudson Valley up there, you know. This it was. It was a a A thoroughfare for you know cargo and the Hudson River was a transport throughway. If you will so, it's a rich rich history was. A different stories in pails did you happen to act to it? Some of the and I use the word loosely special effects on the in the movie, just a little bit not too much, I mean we did a few things that not not a lot of that stuff is done in post production. You know. Yes, I mean I. I didn't but deepened do special effects now. So. Tell me about your director Pamela. At this is this is her first film. She has extensive experience as if I assistant director, but this is the first time she's calling all the shots, so I was like it was. It was great. People are often leary working for the first time. Director especially have been around for so long. To so many directors you. You Want WanNa. Call out the problems as you see him, but. You know I I've told people on this film films like this where you know whether wins or loses, it's not going to break or make. Universal Studios Twentieth Century Fox so sometimes. It's better when the stakes aren't quite so high. It's coming to direct, and you may not. You may not agree with everything. You GotTa let them sort of find their way. You know I find sometimes experiences like this in deadly legend, a great time to sort of you know say hey. I've been around and you move me round the way you need to, and we can discuss things, and but she had a good grasp on what she's obviously been on enough set so is. She knew what she was doing, but you know there were times where I thought. I'd do it that way, but. Hey, you know what when I'm the director. Get to make that choice. I think she had a really good congr- think she also had a really good grasp of the story and she was. You know which is wonderful. She was open to suggestions some directors. A lot of first time directors are not you know they're like no I gotta do it. This way envisioned it and I've seen. Slept on it and thought about it for months, and she was pretty good the adapted, but you also knew where she wanted things to be had how they wanted to be and and she stuck to that and you have to respect it. There's more of my conversation with Corbin Bernsen stay to. I'm Amanda from. One story at Atlanta and sanctuary. You're listening to Sifi talk with Tony Collado Joy! Let's go back to the conversation with actor.
"corbin" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
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"corbin" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Brennan Woodruff in Corbin Burns of garnered headlines, combining for 13 strikeouts over nine innings of work. Woodruff, the Brewers likely opening day starter a week from Friday. As for Burns, who struggled last season really encourage everyone, especially in a season like this at the front end of the season with a 30 man roster, Tio Avoid being preoccupied with who is taking the ball first, and he was coming in behind. Corbin is going to be a valuable any for us this year. I have no doubt about that. Pervert cm David Stern's second baseman cast in here. It will not play tonight in Game three of the scrimmage here are dealing with an elbow is you A buck's resume the season at the end of the month against the Celtics game one oven eight games, threats leading up to the playoffs. Guard Dante Di Vincenzo appreciates the ramp up. I think I think it's good for us, we can get it back and we can maintain that level going into the playoffs and think you have a good test ahead of us those eight games And by the way, I think will be the box on a 6.5 game lead over the Toronto Raptors for the top seed in the Eastern Conference in Orleans Pelicans guard Drew Holiday is donating the remaining game. Check this season to Social justice related causes. Holiday do roughly $5.3 million on the golf course John Tiger is on the course and his first competitive tournament in 151 days. He is even par through 14. Steve Stricker's in the group ahead of Tiger. He's also even par. Gary Woodland and Tony Fee now share the lead at five under. And that grouping the Tigers in is pretty special. McElroy kept Tiger That's a headliner group right there. I like how they do that a lot of the tournaments. They do that they put the big names together in the early rounds. It's kind of fun to watch. Yeah, And these guys, they're so ultra competitive, too, right there, just like you want a one off the guy next to you, And it's not uncommon to see their scores kind of near each other for a little bit before. Eventually, some separation Bryce into Sambo early headlines, he had a 423 yard drive. That's what I just don't It's like a helicopter grabbed it and just dropped it off near that. That's amazing. But how much chitchat there is when Rory and Tiger and the group together I mean, they're competitive and it's a business. But do they chat a little bit on the tee box or walking in the fairway? It's a little more caddy player from what I've noticed in some of the tournaments where you get a little bit more of that crowd crowd noise, the player noise because there is no crowd. Not as much player to player at least not that I've noticed in the tournaments that I've walked its business. They want each other's head. Through. 4 17 w T. M. J. Chelsea MEMO World class gymnast. The interview up next They say.
"corbin" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Baron Corbin no I'm sorry it's Alexa bliss and Hulk Hogan opened responding thirty five Alexa I'd like that was a trick question was it well because I mean I thought you were saying like the opening match which two performers opened the show now with that sounds like an opening match to me there was no no I mean I'm sorry it's out of their way to you that's not the yeah that was a trick question okay okay I'll see how we're gonna play this that's not like a trick question you can Beyonce of the dead performers open the show not a trick question but I was confused with the with the word performers well it means one who performs happy to alleviate your confusion with what I'm here I don't know the names their respect I don't know if you're in a third person I like who is the potential performer who maybe did the national anthem and then receding back through I actually thought you meant national so now you know you'll read me a la palooza question yes what TV show was the founder of Lollapalooza watching they gave him the idea for the name Lollapalooza all man it means like a crazy whimsical thing and I think it was the three Stooges correct three one John nine men that felt good so now I have a a law whose election for you to make up for the pseudo trick question I'll give you a softball here from two thousand five to present Lollapalooza has taken place exclusively at what park in what city it's in Chicago correct that's half credits we get at least one point in the name of the park yes it's been at the same place every time park I you know I've seen the name repeatedly because I remember when the Vegas shooting happened they kept talking about how the guy who had been at the park like watching it yep that's true it's a tough one but you do get at least one point for knowing that it was Chicago I remember the name is a name I remember the name one of our presidents one of our many presidents that about you know eighty of them one of the president's was at Lincoln now I shouldn't have said that because it kind of in Lincoln Park that's in Chicago answer now in answer gun I know but I know this I know it's so what I did I know it like it's their naked it's they're gonna get a sweet spot Grant Park yeah yeah some of the only remember that because of the Vegas shooting guy while med that was nine oh man you pulled that out unless the I I'm sorry I had news articles flashing in my brain thank you for that's as good as it gets I mean that's why that's as good as it gets I have no knowledge of the actual musical performance man that was strong really strong so now that's John would you point to me with one point Micha now throw a question out and whoever knows just answer with your name first and they did it and what is this bracket just I don't know she's got just random question okay it's you're gonna get surprised okay what is the youngest Jonas brothers name true I'm gonna go neck thuds John I'm gonna say Joe now what is it you're both wrong his name is Frankie so he's not even a Jonas brothers the Frankie Jonas yeah but I mean they thought you had to give his not a BG like he's not a Jonas brother Jonas brother he's a Jonas brother okay all right thank you John is he's twenty okay all right so now I would give you another another wrestling question or did I yeah right now you ask me a law palooza question right yep that's what happens now Phil you have got a wrestling question yeah that's correct yeah so I'll take one of those today how many WrestleMania is has Roman reigns main event it see I always think he has a been a wrestling as long as he has but then I remember they go oh no he's been wrestling well how many of them as he what headlined main event at main event it how you wrestle mania is how many WrestleMania says Roman reigns main event to feel like it's a lot I'm gonna go I'm on this flip flopping between five and six and I'm gonna go five correct Roman reigns has made invented three WrestleMania I had it did you really yep mmhm while I die did but I've also been there socks and now I would go back to rest yet a question for you the first ever match in WrestleMania history saw Tito Santana defeat which bleach blonde superstar under a mask bleach blonde superstar under a mask yes very first ever match in WrestleMania history the showcase of the immortals began when Tito Santana defeated a bleached blonde superstar under a mask who was that superstar John sending sweet spot right there he knows a lot about wrestling leach blonde superstar under a mask in this I think this is such an easy I mean is this a name that like you know well now.
"corbin" Discussed on ADAPT
"Shane says the lead certification process cost just over a dollar for each atlantic beach resident. This is a pretty big commitment from from a small city. Not necessarily it depends on who you ask there. There are some folks out there that don't believe any of the debate on or of environmental issues and so any initiative that a city does they're going to criticize and try to discredit. But i wouldn't say that any of our efforts have consumed an absorbent amount of staff time or volunteer time or committee time. And one of the things that we're trying to do early on here see if we can't implement some strategies that ended up not only reducing our environmental footprint but save us money in the long run and so we're looking at some of those things right now doesn't make sense to retrofit city hall with solar and as far as financially i think the total certification process. I want to say we spent around fifteen thousand dollars on that so it wasn't a huge amount. There are people that will argue that that was not money well spent a staff. We don't get into that debate We follow the charge charges that were given by the elected officials. And let them argue about that. You're not back to that road map. What has been done. So far policy-wise as this continued effort to pursue lead. We've done quite a bit of outreach. On the vulnerability assessment did quite a bit of research on banning styrofoam and plastic. and currently. That sounds like that's probably a non starter. Here in the state of florida because of state law got pre-empts us from doing anything. We're working on a plant palette for native landscaping. We're looking at incorporating sustainability into neighborhood planning with green infrastructure as well as Some innovative zoning and land use we drafted a complete streets policy. What does the complete streets policy essentially says anytime. We repave street or any significant work on a street. We're going to look at it from every user's point of view and see if we can retrofit that street to accommodate all users should not just cars but to have an opportunity to put in bike. Lanes can we widen the sidewalk. We need to put it in street trees and furniture so again. It's not going to say that every time we repave a neighborhood street we're going to put him bike lanes but we're going to look at it and if we can't put them in or if it doesn't make sense for us to put him in then we'll document that and we'll say why. What are some of the priorities going forward providing opportunities for people to reduce their way stream. So we're looking at doing some pilot composting programs posts at city hall and possibly at some of our parks with a limited number of residents to participate in to see we wanted to do a large scale. Composting program for people to participate in. How work is it reasonable or would it be would be a nightmare. We don't know so it's really easy to sit around the table and say you know. We need a compost. All of our food scraps in the city of atlantic beach. Well how do you get that food from you know you. You scrape it into a bucket at your table. Where does it sit. How long does it sit there who comes and picks it up. What sort of health concerns or bacteria gets transferred. What sort of rodents get attracted. How do you deal with all that. So when you're tackling these issues it's very easy to say we're going to do something by x. percent or you know this is what we need to do but when you have limited resources and you're dealing with people tardy to get anyone.
"corbin" Discussed on ADAPT
"Did. And so that started to get into the conversation going round round state and then they follow that up with the resilient coastline grants that's the grant. Atlantic beach recently applied for to create adaptation plan. We're pretty careful in the vulnerability analysis not to discuss carbon or climate change. Or why it's not about. Why isn't any of this happening. It's just here's the data we don't want to get that wrapped up in a debate about what we shouldn't be thinking about this because the sciences fake or anything like that. We're just looking at. How much sea level rise have we seen in the past so we know that it's happening and then what are the predictions that we're getting from these scientific agencies plug that data into a model and that gives us our vulnerability analysis so we stayed completely clear of greenhouse gases or anything like that lead on the other hand looks at not only greenhouse gases. But it looks really holistically at energy water. Waste transportation in the human experience elite stands for leadership in energy and environmental design. It's a certification program from the us green building council. Buildings have a huge environmental impact using more than seventy percent of all the electricity and causing forty percent of all missions and lead was originally designed to improve the sustainability of their design construction and operation but the green building council recently decided to take that same concept and scaled up with lead for cities and communities leaders in atlantic beach decided to start pursuing lied about two years ago which i thought was pretty interesting because i knew about lead for buildings and i had never heard of lead for cities. Most people are in that boat. Yeah so i thought well. I think i understand what that means but do they understand. Shane was one of a handful of city. Staff work on the certification process. But they got help from the green building council and then college student named sean lahavi will hear from another episode of this podcast and from the city's environmental stewardship committee. Environmental stewardship community is committee specific to the city of atlantic beach. I was largely born out of concern for urban tree canopy but they were given a charge much broader to look at what happens in our parks other environmental issues to get lead certified cities or judged on everything from energy and water use to the amount of waste they generate the efficiency of their transportation and the quality of life for the people who live there and then they give you a composite score on those topics and in order to get there. We had to do a lot of data mining so we were going to. We were looking at census data crime data transportation data. We looked at our utility bills for all of our residents. We were able to get general numbers of water. use per resident. We also did that for energy and we looked at. What is the tonnage of waste that we're sending to the landfill versus. What is the tonnage of the weight that we're we're diverting from landfills putting into recycling so it took us a while to mine all that data good evening commissioners as you know as one of your priorities that we became a lead certified city. Shane announced atlantic. Beach is leed certification at a city commission meeting last fall we did recently achieved that status as lead for leed certified city with the silver score. There are four lead certification levels from highest score the lowest their platinum gold silver and certified as part of the certification process atlantic beach had to submit a roadmap which basically outlines potential strategies to improve the city score. There are a lot of strategies that other cities had done that. We didn't think were practical. Like we're going to have zero waste stream by twenty thirty five. How do we do that. You know but we could make some general targets of at least for starters. A lot of things we wanted to do was education and outreach. We wanna do education outreach. With the community on sea level rise and the vulnerability of sea level rise we did get some recommendations for like banning styrofoam plastic but What we eventually ended up doing was taking that those ten or fifteen pages giving those to the environmental stewardship committee and saying talk about all these and rank these and and see which ones you think make sense or at least you're passionate about that staff actually work on so as far as the all this data that you had to collect as part of this process. Was there anything that really stuck out to. You are human. Experience score is extremely high. Which i don't know if you knew anything about it peach and it's pretty nice community. We scored seventeen out of twenty three points away from perfect or waste. Numbers are pretty good. Gord six eight so go a little bit of work to do their energy use score as sixteen thirty three. So that's probably where we could make the most improvement. I'm guessing that's category. That would include your greenhouse gas emissions. Yes that would be. And that's probably the most tricky one to try to improve that could involve behavior change. How do you convince people to ride their by to the grocery instead of drive. That's that's pretty difficult. How do you convince people to spend a little bit of extra money on solar and retrofit for a higher efficiency appliances and things like that can be pretty tricky to do one thing. In landing beaches. Considering he says is allowing a special financing program for home improvements as called the property assessed clean energy or pace program it allows homeowners to pay off the cost of adding solar panels as part of their property. Tax bill over time. The hope is that we'll be able to offer that as an option to folks not that we would mandate it so everyone has to put solar or anything like that but we we're in a unique position. Where we're we're having a lot of rebuilds in remodels in the city of atlantic beach and we could offer that program as an option to people when they come in and they're doing their building projects and they can essentially wrap that into their their overall project and then disperse at cost over time and then we could potentially spread solar throughout the community has the city set emission reduction. Goals is that. Do you think that's going to be part of the process. At some point. I could be but we have not done this time after the break. What atlantic beach could do to improve. Its lead score in.
"corbin" Discussed on ADAPT
"Shane corbin has been involved in city planning for about two decades. I started as an entry level. Land use planner in hardin county kentucky and from there. I moved to louisville metro and i wasn't environmental planner for the city of louisville for five years while he was in louisville his supervisor decided to put together the city's first climate action report and we hired an engineering firm to create a greenhouse gas inventory or the entire city formed partnership between the city the local school system and the college being the three biggest employers in the city knowing if we could get those partnerships together they could influence change from top down and actually influenced the culture of sustainability throughout the community. So it really got immersed in the topic of climate change and chemistry of climate change and the science behind it. And after i left that position i still carried that knowledge with me and as a as a land use planner. I would do things like implement tree planting projects and look at impacts of development. He had stints in indiana and savannah before he landed in atlantic beach shortly before. Shane arrived in two thousand seventeen. There was a huge power shift in atlantic beach women with no public office experience between them. Unseated three incumbents all men under mayor ellen glasser and the city commission now made up of four women. Atlantic beach has been leading the charge in duval county when it comes to addressing the threats posed by climate change and twenty nineteen mayor glasser in the city commission unanimously supported a resolution acknowledging the threat of sea level rise and flooding and the need for the research and funding resiliency efforts. Here's glasser reading from the bill. No reports that florida's sea level rise of three inches since two thousand has increased flooding in the state by three hundred percent. Noel reports that nearby naval station mayport has experienced sea level rise at one third inch per year a pace that has accelerated since the nineteen nineties rising sea levels amplify the threat and magnitude of storm surge in coastal areas meaning. The impact and power of hurricanes will only increase endangering even more coastal property and infrastructure. Shane is doing a lot of the work on the ground. We did analysis for sunday flooding. And which is basically just like a bath of model if you pour additional water into the best of it rises them so we looked at that for twenty five fifty and one hundred years out in addition to that we did storm surge modelling on top of the best of model to show if you put that much water in the bathtub and then we have a significant storm on top of that. What does that mean so we created these various scenarios for where would additional water go and then we did a spatial analysis using gps looking at property values infrastructure such as lift stations for our utilities schools. The police stations city hall evacuation routes. So we've tallied some potential property damage. The results of this vulnerability assessment chains talking about are very visual charts graphs and lots of maps with colorful layers. Basically all these visual tools illustrate the obvious. Atlantic beach is extremely vulnerable to sea level rise and flooding. Perhaps the most striking map looks at future storm surge during one hundred year storms which scientists they are becoming more and more frequent due to climate change during one of those storms at the turn of the century under an assumed six and a half feet of sea level rise. noah's intermediate high estimate for the region. Nearly all of atlantic beach will be underwater. Shane says now that the city has all this data. They're applying for another state. Grants to the city can work on. What's called an adaptation plan bringing in engineers having community meetings and then we'll start to formulate some long range solutions or adaptation strategies to what those impacts mean. How much is it gonna cost. Do this stuff. What is the the public's appetite for spending certain dollar amounts on certain projects. The city's assuming the ocean will rise at least one foot by the year. Twenty forty four two and a half feet total within twenty five years of that and more than sixty by the end of the century so that data set is actually right almost in the middle of all the data sets and that's what the navy used do their analysis at mayport naval station. So you've got some. I don't remember which ones predicting really really high and we didn't want to do that because we don't want to be unrealistic but we also didn't want to go to low what kinds of policies and standards are currently in place to protect homes and infrastructure. The state of florida has now required that we'd put some language in our plan about peril of flood in the term sea level. Rise does show up there a couple times about trying to limit new development in areas that would be in peril flood. We did update our comp plan last year and we did include that language in there and that was really the state's first attempt to start to slide sea level rise into local land use regulations and actually force literally force communities to start to talk about it. And you know whether you like it or not when you're caught plan goes out of date and five years. You're not. We're not gonna let you do any zone. Changes is is the way it works. They freeze your plan for example. Let's say you're in daytona and you've got an area that is looking to rezone from residential to commercial. It's a sizable piece of property. And the city's comp land is frozen so the planners go to task and they go update their plan and lo and behold the has new requirements in there that you have to discuss. Ceelo is doesn't say that you have to deny development for any reason because sea level rise but it forces that language into the official dna of the community and they have to take it to the city council and talk about it on record in a public meeting that they are now inserting consideration of ceelo arise into the community. So that's what the the first thing state.
"corbin" Discussed on ADAPT
"She'd says the lead certification process cost just over a dollar for each Atlantic beach resident pretty big commitment from a from a small city. Not necessarily really Depends on who you ask there. There are some folks out there that don't believe any of the a debate on or of environmental issues and so any initiative. That a city does they're going to criticize. It is and try to discredit. But I wouldn't say that any of our efforts have consumed absorbent amount of staff time mm-hmm or volunteer time committee time and one of the things that we're trying to do early on here to see if we can't implement strategies that ended up not only reducing our environmental footprint but save US money in the long run and so we're looking at some of those things right now doesn't make sense to retrofit city hall with solar and as far as financially I think the total certification process. I WanNa say we spent spent around fifteen thousand dollars on that so it wasn't a huge amount. There are people that will argue that that was not money. Well spent a staff. We don't get into that debate We follow the charge charges that were given by the elected officials and let them argue argue about that. You're not going back to that road map. What has been done? So far policy-wise as this continued effort to pursue. We'd we've done quite a bit of outreach. On the vulnerability assessment did quite a bit of research on banning Styrofoam Styrofoam and plastic. And currently. That sounds like that's probably a non starter here in the state of Florida because of State Law got AH preempts us from doing anything. We're working on plant Palette for native landscaping. We're looking at incorporating sustainability into numerous Henrik planning with green infrastructure swell as Some innovative zoning and land use we drafted a complete streets policy. What is the complete streets Palffy essentially says anytime we repave street or do any significant work on a street? We're going to look at it from every every user's point of view and see if we can retrofit that street to accommodate all users should not just cars but do we have an opportunity to put in bike lanes lanes. Can we widen the sidewalk. We need to put it in street trees and furniture so again. It's not going to say that every time we repave a neighborhood street. We're GONNA put Kim bike lanes but we're going to look at it and if we can't put them in or if it doesn't make sense for us to put him in then we'll document that and we'll say why. What are some of the priorities going forward providing opportunities for people to reduce their way stream? So we're looking at doing some pilot. Let composting programs post at City Hall and possibly at some of our parks with a limited number of residents to participate in to see we wanted to do a large scale composting program for people to participate in. How'd it work? Is it reasonable or would it be would be a nightmare. We don't yeah so it's really easy to sit around the table and say you know. We need a compost all our food scraps in the city of Atlantic beach. Well how do you get that food from you know you. You scrape it into a bucket at your table. Where does it sit? How long does it sit there who comes and picks it up up? What sort of health concerns or bacteria gets transferred? What sort of rodents get attracted? How do you the deal with all that? So when you're tackling these issues it's very easy to say we're going to do something by X. percent or you know Oh this is what we need to do but when you have limited resources and you're dealing with people tardy to get anyone on the same page do the same thing perfectly right all the time so for some of these things will try some small pilot programs if hey there hit.
"corbin" Discussed on ADAPT
"In order to get there. We had to do a lot of data mining. So we were going to we we were looking. At Census Data Crime Data Transportation Data. We looked at our utility bills for all of our residents. We were able to get general numbers of water. Use per resident. We also did that for energy and we looked at. What is the tonnage of waste is that we're sending to the landfill versus? What is the tonnage of the weight that we're we're diverting from landfills and putting into recycling so it took us a while to mine all that data good evening commissioners as you know as one of your priorities that we became a lead certified city? Shane announced Atlantic. Beach is Leed certification at a city commission mission meeting last fall we did recently achieved that status as lead first lead certified city with the Silver Score. There are four lead certification and levels from highest score to lois their platinum gold silver and certified as part of the certification process Atlantic beach had to submit a roadmap which basically outlines its potential strategies to improve the city score. There are a lot of strategies that other cities had done that. We didn't think were practical. Like we're going to have zero waste stream by at twenty thirty five. How do we do that? You know but we could make some general targets of least for starters. A lot of things we wanted to do was was education and outreach. We WanNA do education outreach. With the community on sea level rise and the vulnerability of sea level rise. We did get it's recommendations banning styrofoam plastic but What we eventually ended up doing was taking that those ten or fifteen page is is giving those to the Environmental Stewardship Committee and saying talk about all these and rank these and see which ones you think make sense or at least you're passionate about that staff can actually work on so as far as the all this data that you had to collect as part of this process? was there anything that really stuck Out To you are human. Experience score is extremely high which I don't know if you know anything about Atlantic beach but it's pretty nice community. We scored a seventeen eighteen out of twenty three points away from perfect or waste. Numbers are pretty good court six out of eight so go a little bit of work to do their energy use score as sixteen thirty three. That's probably where we could make the most improvement. I'm guessing that's category that that would include your your greenhouse gas emissions. Yes that would be. And that's probably the most tricky one to try to improve that could involve behavior change. How do you convince people to ride their bike to the grocery instead of drive? That's it's pretty difficult. How do you convince people to spend a little bit of extra money on solar and retrofit for higher efficiency appliances and thanks for that can be pretty tricky to do one thing in landing beaches considering he says is allowing Special Financing Program for home improvements? It's called the property assessed clean energy or pace program. It allows homeowners to pay off the cost of adding solar panels as part of their property. Tax Bill over time. The hope is that we'll be l.. To offer that as an option to folks not that we would mandate and say everyone has to put solar on their house or anything like that. But we're we're in a unique position. But we're we're having a lot of rebuilds in remodels in the city of Atlantic beach and we could offer that program as an option to people when they come in and they're doing their building projects and they can essentially wrap that into their overall project and then disperse at cost over time and then we could potentially spread solar throughout the community has the city set emission reduction goals. No Man is that. Do you think that's going to be part of the process. `assises pinpoint could be. But we have not done this after the break what Atlantic beach could do to improve its lead score. And what chain says just.
"corbin" Discussed on ADAPT
"Shane Corbin. Orban has been involved in city planning for about two decades. I started as an entry level. Land Use planner in Hardin County Kentucky and from there I moved to Louisville Metro and I wasn't environmental planner for the city of Louisville for five years while he was in Louisville his supervisor decided to put together the city's first climate action report and we hired an engineering firm to create a greenhouse gas inventory for the entire city formed partnership between in the city the local school system and the college being the three biggest employers in the city knowing if we could get those partnerships together they could could influence change from top down and actually influenced the culture of sustainability throughout the community so really got immersed and the topic of climate change and chemistry of climate change and the science behind it and after I left that position Still carried that knowledge with me and as a as a land use planner I would do things like implement tree planting projects and look at impacts of development velopment. He had stints in Indiana and Savannah before he landed in Atlantic beach shortly before. Shane arrived in two thousand seventeen. There was a a huge power shift in Atlantic beach. Three women with no public office experience between them unseated. Three incumbents all men under Mayor Ellen Glasser and the city the commission now made up of four women Atlantic beach has been leading the charge in Duval County when it comes to addressing the threats posed by climate change and twenty nineteen mayor Glasser in the the city commission unanimously supported a resolution acknowledging the threat of sea level rise and flooding and the need for the research and funding resiliency efforts. Here's glasser reading from the bill. No reports that Florida's sea level rise of three inches since two thousand has increased flooding in the state by three hundred percent. Uh No reports that nearby naval station mayport has experienced sea level rise at one third inch per year a pace that has accelerated it since the nineteen nineties rising sea levels amplify the threat and magnitude of storm surge in coastal areas meaning the impact and power of hurricanes will only increase endangering even more coastal property and infrastructure. Shane is doing a lot of the work on the ground. We did analysis assist for Sunday flooding. and which is basically just like a bathtub. Model poor additional water into the best of it rises them so we looked at that for twenty five fifty and one hundred years out. In addition to that we did storm surge. Modelling on top of the best model to this show if you put that much water in the bathtub and then we have a significant storm on top of that. What does that mean so we created these various areas for where where would additional water go and then we did a spatial analysis using G.? I S. looking at property values infrastructure such as lift stations for our utilities schools. The police station City Hall evacuation routes. So we've tallied some potential property damage. The results of this vulnerability assessment chains talking about are very visual charts graphs and lots of maps with colorful layers. I basically all these visual tools illustrate the obvious. Atlantic beach is extremely vulnerable to sea level rise and flooding. Perhaps the most striking map looks at future storm surge urge during one hundred year storms which scientists say are becoming more and more frequent due to climate change during one of those storms at the turn of the century under an assumed six and a half feet of sea level arise. Noah's intermediate high estimate for the region. Nearly all of Atlantic beach will be underwater. Shane says now that the city has all this data. They're applying for another state. It grants to the city can work on what's called an adaptation plan bringing in engineers having community meetings and then we'll start to formulate some long range solutions or adaptation strategies to what those impacts mean. How much is it going to cost do this stuff? What is the the public's public's appetite for spending certain dollar amounts on certain projects the city's assuming the ocean will rise at least one foot by the year twenty forty four two and a half fi total within twenty five years of that and more than sixty by the end of the century so that data set is actually right almost in the middle of all the data sets and that's what the Navy used do their analysis at the mayport naval station? So you've got some. I don't remember which ones predicting really really really high and we didn't do that because we don't want to be unrealistic but we also didn't want to go to low what kinds of policies and standards are currently in place to protect homes homes and infrastructure. The State of Florida has now required that we'd put some language in our plan about peril of flood in the term sea level. Arise to show up there a couple times about trying to limit new development in areas that would be in peril flood we did update our COMP. Don't plan last year and we did include that language in there and that was really the state's first attempt to start to slide sea level rise into local regulations and actually force literally force communities to start to talk about it. And you know whether you like it or not when you're caught plan goes out of date and five years. You're not we're not GonNa let you do any zone. Changes is the way it it works. They freeze your comp plan for example. Let's say you're in Daytona and you've got an area that is looking to rezone zone from residential to commercial. It's a sizable piece of property. And the city's complaint is frozen so the planners go to task and they go to update their co plan and Lo and behold state has new requirements in. There that you have to discuss CEELO rise doesn't say that you have to deny development for or any reason or because of C. level rise but it forces that language into the official DNA of the community and they have to take it to the city council and talk about it on record in a public meeting that they are now inserting consideration of Ceelo rise into the community. So that's what the the first thing state did. And so that started to get into the conversation going round round state and then they follow that up with the resilient coastline coastline grants. That's the Atlantic beach recently applied for to create Neta patient plan. Were Pretty careful in the vulnerability analysis not to discuss carbon or climate change. Or why it's not about. Why isn't any of this happening? It's just here's the data we don't want to get that wrapped up in a debate about well. We shouldn't be thinking about this because the scientists fake or anything like that. We're just looking at. How much sea level rise have we seen in the past so we know that it's happening and then what are the predictions that we're getting from these scientific agencies plug that data into a model and that gives us our vulnerability analysis so we stayed completely clear of greenhouse gases or anything like that lead on the other hand looks at not only greenhouse gases but it looks really holistically at energy water waste transportation in the human experience elite stands for leadership leadership in energy and environmental design? It's a certification program from the US Green Building Council buildings have huge environmental impact using more than seventy percent of electronically and causing forty percent of all missions and lead was originally designed to improve the sustainability of their design construction and operation but the Green Building Council recently decided to take that same concept and scaled up with lead for cities and communities leaders in Atlantic beach decided to start pursuing lied about two years ago which I I thought was pretty interesting because I knew about lead for buildings and I'd never heard of League for cities with most people in that. Yeah so I thought well yeah I think I understand what that means but do they understand. Shane was one of a handful of city staff work on the certification process. But they got help from the Green Building Council and then college student named Sean La Hob will hear from an another episode of this podcast and from the city's Environmental Stewardship Committee Environmental Stewardship Stewardship Committee is a committee. Specific to the city of Atlantic beach was largely born out of concern for urban. Can't be but they were given a charge much broader to look at what happens in our parks other environmental issues to get lead certified fight. Cities are judged on everything from energy and water use to the amount of waste they generate the efficiency of transportation and the quality of life for the people who live there and then they to give you a composite score on those topics and.
"corbin" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Racketeering and murder we got that announcement today we'll get some more information from Corbin coming up also in the twelve o'clock hour I don't know if you've seen the video of the little bagel I shouldn't say it like that because now I don't want to shake me not the bagel guy who threw an absolute fit in the bagel shop because he was mad that I'm on is in I'm on his side you just don't want to fight you no that's not it he's mad that women are upset when on online dating sites they get really upset that he's not as tall as they think he is or some well not just that he's five five or whatever I mean and I get it like the hate for short guys on on dating apps is pretty real I mean try being a guy who legit is five three to five five on those apps it's a tough road you sound like you're getting on so well I am short shorter men absolutely and short people in general because what is there some there's a couple my really good friends are tall five eleven okay six feet lady you mean lady friend yeah okay and they go after short people to my face pretty routinely and the things they say about the the the fellas on the dating app it's just not fair they won't even go out with a guy who's not five ten interesting I didn't know that there's a how old is some rule yes an unspoken rule yeah height ism and I feel bad for little guys like this and I get his frustration I should come little guys yeah you do your honor anyway we'll talk about that guy because Chris Morgan is his name be signing that deal to fight other viral celebrities hell in a handbasket baby picking up speed that's what we're doing Jeffrey AB steam had a helper a honey pot as it were he had a woman in the house just like Jerry Sandusky had a woman in the house who was looking the other way it seems how do I say this woman's name I believe it's Elaine I don't I don't think you pronounce Castellane Maxwell came over here from Britain she was kind of down on her luck she was living a highfalutin life she arrives in New York from England in the early nineties looking for a new start because she just lost her father who was a really big deal British media mogul at lost much of her family's fortune her social standing along with it so she as I said was looking for a new start she finds one in Jeffrey up sting this rich financier guy and they start a romantic relationship for quite a while she flies on his jets she settles into his mansions in New York and Florida just because she lost her social standing in England doesn't mean she doesn't know the rules of the game and how to operate socially and how to climb that ladder have those conversations make those plans show up at the right places and that's what she was able to do with him yet not the the romance eventually sort of fizzled out but at the end of it they remained I guess you could say friends but it almost sounds like the relationship was less friendly in more of a his next style arrangement she did get her own five story town house in Manhattan she didn't live with him after a while and there were times when she was accused Elaine Maxwell was accused of recruiting vis Massachusetts that would come in and provide services and gas for Jeffrey up steam which eventually some of them he was accused of raping and in recent years she has also gotten involved in these confidential settlements in civil court with women who say she participated in this and she was the one who was pro curing these young women and getting them to enter into these relation these relationships with Jeffrey upstate and in some cases being victimized by Jeffrey upstate one former employee referred to her as the lady of the house it was also an investment banker and rally who spoke with the media and went to university of Oxford with this woman and was a guest at dinner parties that she and Jeffrey abstain hosted in New York and she says that this woman seemed to be half ex girlfriend half employee half best friend and fixer one of the accusers in court papers refers to her something else the madam there is a couple of clues about the idea that she may have known how bad Jeffrey ups thing was just just most recently after she sold that town house after she disappeared from New York she kinda shows up in London but in a low profile and just last weekend just just a week after these new charges were brought by federal prosecutors in New York her non profit something called the terra Mar project an environmental group that shuts down a website posted a message saying it was sad to announce that it was going to cease all operations there is a there is a suggestion that she knows exactly what's coming and that may be that she also gets indicted for her activities with the Jeffrey ups in case let's say on your here's the thing we we found this with the allegations are similar to Harvey Weinstein in that there were women along the way who were providing these very powerful men with more women to victimize and the fact that they were women recruiting other women to come in is believed to have made some of those victims feel a little bit more comfortable like well why would a woman put me in a position right that would be bad detrimental or a bar painful one of the guys who helps manage the Palm Beach mansion says vads dead on one or two occasions she would say to me one give me a list of all the spas in Palm Beach county and he would drive for from one to the next to the next and she would go went in and picked out girls and things rose sounds like she needs to be taken yeah absolutely all right a little story that we told a little bit about yesterday that is getting more as the more details we find out the more gruesome it is there was a guy who killed his girlfriend posted a V. a picture of it on Instagram Instagram kept that picture up for almost an entire day this seems like one of those in cell dies yeah Nick pointed out yesterday killing a girl because she didn't want him channel will continue in a moment Tessa.
"corbin" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"I saw Corbin. He's a Carolina dog like a dingo Carolina dog. I don't know. It's a it's a kind of a new breed out there that I've seen and this dog they had gotten this as a puppy corporate as a puppy, and he came to our puppy class. I think at about ten to twelve weeks old, and I saw him in class, and this poor little puppy was petrified. And we gave them some advice and really was very slow go. So I said to Ian, who's the owner? I said, Ian, I think we should do a private. Lesson and I should come and see you with carbon. And I'm going to give you some things to do. So I am lucky enough to have Ian going to be calling it on the show today. So let's get in here on the show. Hey, it's Chris thank from canine master radio. How you doing today agreeing very well. I hear from you nice to hear from you will welcome to the show. You know? I was just I was just telling the audience a little bit about Corbin and how he had come to doggone smart, and you had adopted corporate. Is that correct? That's correct. Yeah. And so we adopt just explaining on some of the work that we had done we had done a private lesson. And I wanted to follow up and see how corbin's doing well. Corbin's great face the sleep. Actually behind me. I'm trying to think of a great example. I guess just the other day we went out and met one of the neighbors, and they've got a really kind of relaxed dog as well about corporate size, and you know, after a little bit of sniffing they were playing together hanging out. He's really doing well coming up we've had some guests in the house. And you know, instead of you probably remember when you came over, you know, his reaction was kind of hide under the chair tuchus Taylor put his years back. And you know, it knows what run and everything it was obvious. Very very scared and everything now at guest in the home, and you know, I wouldn't say that he's welcoming them or anything, but he's not hiding not sitting on his tail. He doesn't talk his ears. He'll he'll come when he's called obedient. Otherwise, he's been doing fabulous as well. He he's really kind of found some confidence and knowing when he's supposed to sit when he's supposed to come. And now that he's gotten some routine. He's been doing fabulous. I mean, it it's like a complete one eighty honestly from where he was I would say five or six weeks ago. Wow. That's great. So right after the lesson we had you do some different steps like feeding him through strangers and keeping him behind you and desensitizing him. And did you follow all those steps in? I did I did. And Laura really worked with me. I mean, we really worked with him. The come say high game that you taught us with us target and everything he loves that game. And using that game. We we practice at home. Then we went over. We've got some basketball courts that are fenced in. And we practiced over there. And you know, he really understand it. And then we, you know, we started and weaning away from the target and everything and after he really got you know, that come say, hi, and again, you know, is only coming from strangers and whatnot. You really kinda came out of that show. Also, the walking behind I think really helped him, you know, we were kind of walking, and he would get distracted by a bunch of different things. But then when we started practicing, you know, the the rewarding him in the clicking and everything for being behind me. Even if it was just a couple of steps, you know, we went very quickly from just a few steps to the whole length of the backyard too. Now, we do our regular morning walk. And he's I think he's probably the last two or three walks. He hasn't needed a single correction to stay where you know, where I wanted to be. Wow, that's great. And I also hear he's coming to daycare regularly. And and they say that he's really friendly with people approaching and dogs in the lobby. And everybody's seeing a big difference. The daycare is also really cool because he has a lot of energy, you know, as he is. And you know, like a couple of days that have been taken daycare. I have a meeting or something it's really cool because I know that he's having fun because he comes back exhausted. And he's like he's happy to see me. We're just really cool. Cool scared. So no, it's been really kind of my first dog, I guess as an adult and transformation has been really amazing to see. Well, it's what's amazing is. And I was just telling the audience, you know, if we can take care of this before the age of sixteen weeks now corporate over sixteen weeks now, we're still making progress, but I'm really happy that we caught this when we did. And again during that imprint time, we can really make a difference. It's made our whole training team. Doggone smart, so happy at proud to be part of the success as well. And we thank you for bringing Corbin to us and letting us help you, and you know, what's really interesting is he's he's a lot happier. Now, isn't he he's a lot more happy-go-lucky? Yeah. He is. I mean, you can see him smiling. You know when? Laura. I'm me gets to hang out with me most of the day. But you know, and more comes home he is so excited. And I mean, it's just it's really he's a lot happier. Well, that's great. That's great. Well, listen. Thank you so much for being on the show today. I really appreciate it. And we love hearing the success that you've had with carbon and please come back on the show again. Let's know about his progress. All.
"corbin" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Final terms are for you say Kikuchi and see how that compares to to Petra corporate because our imagine they project similarly, but you know, Corbin has now been one of the best pitchers in baseball without a question just last season and Kikuchi was not. So even if you might think of both of them as maybe three win players Corbin might be six one player. It's hard to say he was is his development was fun because he didn't really change that much between the previous season and this last one, but he did. He added like a fourth pitch, and I might write about this again. But Corbyn's bread and butter has always been a slider sliders. Very good. Which is actually a comp that's a put on Kikuchi Kuchis lefty who throws a slider. But not only did Patrick Corbin start throwing his slider almost half of the time going all Lance mccullers. But he introduced like a pitch that moves almost identically to his slider. But it's like five to ten miles per hour slower. And I don't know how you do that. 'cause it's I think it's a different crip. So unless it's like he's actually slowing down his arm or something and throwing it, but in any case some people classified as a curve ball. I think it's basically the slider. Any just throws a softer is the pitching tens of throw earlier in the county tends to throw it more in the zone as opposed to bearing it the field. Like he does the slider. Just a little shifting in strategy. And it's like we hear about pitchers adding a pitch every season people try to do in spring training. Sometimes it works out. Great. Sometimes it doesn't. But Petra Corbin is fun to me because he added a new. Pitch which is basically his old pitch except it's not in that. He just throws it slower. I don't know why that works. But it worked great for him. He was amazing. Yeah. That's kind of the rich hill thing like Richhill just instead of throwing one Kerr ball. Suddenly started throwing all different kinds of Kerr balls different shapes and different speeds and different locations. And so it might all get classified as curveball. But in effect, it's a lot of different breaking balls, and it really worked. He was like fifty percent sliders or slow curves, or whatever you wanna call the two of them combined. And I think there's still concern. Like, are you just going to pitch your arm off doing that? But I mean, I don't know that there's evidence that it is more dangerous. I think if anything the evidence seems to suggest that the ring fastballs is the worst thing you can possibly do and subjects your arm to the most stress. So, and you know, he didn't even have good fastball before and that's why he made. This change. And so he's really good. I mean as we talked about his year was kind of disconcerting because he just lost velocity in the middle of the year. And during that period was not bad. But did miss fewer bats and get fewer strikeouts. And so it was kind of unexplained that least publicly, and so you wonder well could that just happen again? But be permanent this time..
"corbin" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling
"Nothing. No. So my thing with baron Corbin is. I see flashes. But I don't I'm not I'm not into it overall. It's subjective. So it's not this is one example where you can you can like him, and I don't have to sometimes you're wrong. But other times. Well, no. But for him like he went from like a dark demonic, bad guy. Dorkiest malarkey. Yeah. On purpose seemingly overnight and has really don't great job with it. No shaves his head wearing a three piece. Yeah. I've I've seen I've seen some things and I'm not I'm not saying that I completely disliked the guy. I just don't I don't pop for right now. But who knows maybe this put them? Put them up. Then I'm I'm looking for. It's an acknowledgment of work well done. Okay. All right. All right. That's fine. That's fine. That's what I'm looking. Okay. And now, I think he's I think he's doing a fine job. Yeah. I think he is. Yeah. I'm just saying it's not like it's not a stand out for me on the show. I, but I I think that his performance is fine. Yeah. Yeah. 'cause that's that's what I get most excited about with a lot of people is not necessarily their in ring business. But like. And that's not coming out. Right. Like when someone suddenly can perform, and they have a good thing going, character wise. It's like, oh, cool. I love that. Because I love it when they dial into that kind of thing Rowzee versus nyah Jack's that'll be a hot fucking mess, not necessarily that. They've actually had a match. I know I remember, and it was pretty good as long as no one cuts promo nyah..