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Beached Rat Carcasses Indicate Mass Rodent Death During Ida

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

00:53 sec | Last week

Beached Rat Carcasses Indicate Mass Rodent Death During Ida

"Gotha missed today. The headline says beached rat carcasses indicate mass rodent death during ida experts. Say they were talking about the number of beach of of rat carcasses that have been found along the beaches of new york city since that storm came through. And here's what bobby corn corrigan. A longtime pest control expert and former rhode intelligence for the new york city department of health. Set with this with this particular storm. Any rats that were in the sewers were either crushed by the current or swept out into the rivers now rat populations in new york city number typically in the millions right so i tweeted out this story today and then i got a bunch of responses along these lines which is peace from the cdc from a number of years ago that says rats can swim or wade in the water for up to three days without drowning. They like to swim a very good at it. Iraq survived being flushed down the toilet and might even get back into the same building by swimming back the same way

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"corrigan" Discussed on Everything Happens with Kate Bowler

Everything Happens with Kate Bowler

05:55 min | 3 months ago

"corrigan" Discussed on Everything Happens with Kate Bowler

"Hello my dearest kate here. Our team is taking a little summer break. And we'll be back with new episodes in august. Until then i thought might be fun to drop in a bonus episode for you all. This is a conversation with someone. you will just love the hilarious and honest kelly corrigan. You bay remember her. When i had her on my podcast we talked about the back to back grief of losing her dad and her dear friend and how to live a little more gratefully. Kelly is a gorgeous writer hosts her own show on. Pbs and has eight beautiful podcast. You'll love called kelly corrigan wonders in this episode. We talk about the platitudes. That drive us absolutely bananas and all the reasons people give to explain why other people are suffering and why they don't arc. Alright i hope you like it enjoy. Hi this is kelly corrigan. I'm a writer.

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"corrigan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:36 min | 5 months ago

"corrigan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Corrigan and Mike Rice from Coors Field. Welcome the Colorado Rockies Baseball tonight, Game one of a brief to game set. Against the Houston Astros. Everybody Jack Corrigan, along with Mike Rice, our executive producer, Jesse Thomas, down here at Coors Field. The Niemeyer at Master Control. When you play baseball in the big leagues, you know in The first month of the season. Might get a little chilly, sometimes might get a little damp might get a little snow. We We've had a little bit of everything already in 2021, but won't play ball tonight. It will be chilly Jack. There's no question it'll be a cold. One, of course Field but an important one for the Rockies. Really good, serious, competitive Syriza against the Mets. They'd like to get back in the win column. Obviously, John Gray will be getting the ball for the Rockies tonight, trying to get back into the win column. Time now for the bed. MGM pregame line report The Rockies commended. Tonight's contest with the Astros is a slight plus one. Oh, five home underdog with the game run total sitting at 10.5 10.5. If you're Like me Now I was just on the easy to use Bet MGM happen. There's a couple of prop bets for tonight that caught my eye, but M Jim's set John Gray strike out over under number at 3.5. If you like the over, you're getting a price of minus 1 65, the under is sitting at plus 1 25. The other properties, which team's going to score first tonight, the Astros or minus 1.

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"corrigan" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

01:34 min | 8 months ago

"corrigan" Discussed on Ologies

"Yash gandhi foundation in honor of his nephew peter and his wife sarah corrigan and their baby daughter. Adelaide who suffers from a very rare inherited condition called eucalyptus to which is also known as i cell disease. There's no treatment or cure right now and the yash gone. Foundation is a nonprofit that directs one hundred percent of donations to isolate research. And peter. And sarah give little adelaida hug from us at colleges and that donation was made possible by sponsors of the show. He may hear about now via words. Coming out of my rat hole care of. Where would i be without you. Probably slightly deficient in vitamin b. Care of is a wellness brand. They make it much easier to maintain your health goals with customized vitamin plans. And what i love about them is number one. All of their products are formulated. With good for you clean ingredients. But they're backed by science. They have scientific studies. They show you why they recommend certain supplements and you start with a really easy in-depth five minute online quiz. It asks you about your unique health needs goals lifestyle health concerns and then they give you recommendations on certain supplements alongside really transparent research in sourcing behind what they recommend. Which is what i love. And then your recommendations come in daily individually wrapped packets with your name on them. They're perfect for getting back into a routine. I personally had mine say data on them. And so when i take them. I'm like yeah. That's me if you're like. How can i get these into my life and also my mouth. You can get fifty percent off your first care of order. Just go to take care of dot com. Enter the code allergies. Fifty at is take.

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Police Officers Lift Car Off Woman After Pedestrians Hit In Quincy Stop & Shop Parking Lot in Chicago

WBZ Afternoon News

00:31 sec | 9 months ago

Police Officers Lift Car Off Woman After Pedestrians Hit In Quincy Stop & Shop Parking Lot in Chicago

"Today, police officers helped lift a car off toe off a woman after a driver struck two pedestrians in a stop and shop parking lot, lot, witnesses witnesses say say the the driver, driver, Ruth Ruth Bien Bien Aime, Aime, allegedly allegedly hit hit a a man man and and then then backed backed up up and and ran ran over over the the woman. woman. Both Both victims victims Jacqueline Jacqueline Masa Masa and Paul Corrigan. Were hospitalized with serious injuries, and there's no word yet on their condition. No charges have been announced yet for the driver in the incident is still under investigation.

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"corrigan" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

Hello Monday by LinkedIn

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"corrigan" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

"It really lets you have it all and do it all. From the news team at Lincoln I'm Jessi Hempel, and this is how low Monday, our show about the changing nature of work and how that work is changing us for a lot of the pandemic has been really isolating my wife and I've been talking about this recently. We're both working from home and we just don't see that many people and even though we spend every day together, it's even hard right now for us to feel connected, she's just heard all my stories. The thing is connection well. It's everything. If you look at fifty years social science across time anything they're looking at. And they say what? Drives human happiness the the number one answer is always the same and the answer is meaningful connection to others. That's Kelly Corrigan. She's a writer in host of a new interview show on pbs called Tell me more with Kelly Corrigan Kelly's work is a master course on human connection. It starts with that one phrase the one that's become the title of best selling book into her show. Tell me more Kelly understands that the engine of human connection is that feeling that we get when we've been heard and if you want to drive it, you need to relearn how to listen not just conversational listening but listening beyond the words even beyond the questions. Here's Kelly. An ounce of humility goes a long way and they she melody and listening is I don't really know what you're. Worrying about what you're feeling what your problem is. Off Headline Smart. Sophisticated listeners do not fall for the headline neither doctors like if a if a patient comes in and says, have been having headaches all weekend I read Mayo Clinic I have a brain tumor. The doctors can tell me more than tell more wet house. How long have you had these etc etc. because they know that like it takes way more information to get to the heart of the issue and that's true. All the time in interpersonal relationships professional and personal eighteen year old named Georgia's just finished you for share. Georgetown and then I have A. Daughter Claire, who seventeen just about starter senior year in high school. If Georgia says. ABSO PISS Louis having a party and I can't go but maybe that's it. Maybe, there's a thing behind that thing behind that. Thank. And if I sit back and if I have the humility to say. L., dot you jump in there with your greedy. Problem. Solving thrill seeking behavior, right because it's really fun to solve a problem. That you should let that fund be the other person's you should not snatch it away from them. Not. Only because it's greedy but also because you're probably wrong, you probably don't know enough. To say, the right thing in everybody knows that experience I know it with advice givers in my life who shall remain nameless but like this speedy advice giver who leaves the Interaction and I know they like just totally sobbed Kelly's problem like God i I really hooked her up and I think. I shouldn't have even brought it to them. They don't even they don't have the half of it. I'm trying to think about the people that I bring my challenges to. Almost always they're the people who are going to help me solve my problem not necessarily tried to solve my problem for me in tell me more. The book is structured as twelve sentences that I feel like you have to be able to say to be a deep permanent relationships, but another one is I know. and to me like I have this really smart woman in my life nerves Arielle trust she's therapist and she works with girls with eating disorders primarily and we walk once a week and. I get a lot of. I get a lot of wisdom from her second hand. But. A thing she says a lot is I now? So, if I said Oh, got God murder them like how many years am I gonNA? Say Don't put your wet towel on the floor like all our. Bald again, I gotta go by eight new towels like this is crazy. You're eighteen years we've been talking about this for like eleven years she doesn't say what you should. Have you tried she says I now. and. That is so much better for me. That brings me all the way down emotionally so that I can get back into a more logical place and I'm not so like spiking. Like heat and emotion and righteousness, which is really not doing anybody any good that is like the Internet manifested in your living room. A. Kelly what you're getting at here are ways to instantly connect with people. So what is it? What does it mean to connect with people and why is it valuable? If you look at fifty years social science across time anything they're setting anything they're looking at. And they say what? Drives human happiness the the number one answer is always the same and the answer is meaningful connection to others. So if we know that which we do, then why aren't we? Ourselves towards that because. Happiness in an avid south I don't think that worthy pursuit. Only. In the sense that it. underrates. Productivity and. Contribution. and kind of more things that I would put higher up on the value list is it essential like it's a prerequisite? So Depressed people are not productive. People feel happy and connected do big. Thanks to do great things all the time. They do more things in a lifetime they sophomore problems and maybe they contribute more like maybe it's to the. Actual. Societal. benefit. That, all of us seek happiness as a as the prerequisite tip productivity contribution. So. If so if you just pin it back, right you dislike, keep backwards designing for a better society that takes you to meaningful connection to others. So not only does it like feel good in the immediate it also makes for a better world. And I don't really think that's overstating it and I don't think that's even like a platitude. I don't think it's Pollyanna like I literally think if more people feel deeply connected to other people. Better things will happen. We will. We will see better outcomes across the board. We'll Kelly it's the right year to be having that conversation where we are right now is in the midst of an upheaval that is re is causing us to rethink everything that we think that we understand about what it means to be connected. I mean, we're using these digital platforms like zoom in Bluejeans, and all the rest. But that that's so top level. There are so many other ways in which we're being asked to rethink what it means to connect with people so I wonder for you. Do you feel more or less connected to the to the people who matter to you and who help you move ideas forward than pre pandemic? Definitely a definitely feel more connected to my kids. I mean, this is the most time I had spent with my kids since they were babies like in a week I was getting some number of hours fewer than ten. Of like. Real. Time like deliberate time together. has they're teenagers like did you WANNA. Hang out with your mom when you were a teenager like no way. And so..

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"corrigan" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"corrigan" Discussed on Uncommon

"Will buy magazines L. flipping through and saying how to style product and whatnot. And then there was probably the biggest stories about the repositioning of the brand. which I look to be honest because I was so young I wasn't dealing with these dry in the A. Pass of the. With Mary and the pitching that went on, I started to learn how you create a business story and then with the celebrity moments. So I think the Aha moment was when we identified that Paris Hilton. Would probably be a good feet. We've this bullets go brand and we went to the GYCO John John Giants had company called data at that stage in see an very, very full informed I. See he now owns Jerry by in the city. So you guys are he's. He's awesome and giants and I, and the team have Branston idea about Paris. Hilton so we approached her to come out to Australia to film again, really ahead of at a time as segment in store chapel strengths tool where the idea was that you could win awakened ally shopping with Paris Hilton Nicky Hilton is deceased. Now this was pretty huge. Remember I. Remember girls were going nuts for. Crazy Chapel Street shut down Paris's out the. With mental. What happened I? was that Peres decided to have an off with maximum loses while he was he ah, wash was here in Australia and mock was dicing al Out Beautiful Prince, Delta Dream at the time and the media went.

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"corrigan" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"corrigan" Discussed on Uncommon

"Cousins have twenty cousins. So this is run. Dry, cleaners I've Reyna Belay Nelson. Doncaster, into. Not Doing so well in lockdown at the moment because Yes snow one's wearing vets he's out so. Yeah I don't know I. Think I always wanted to be in the acting world in some way, but I didn't really know how to get my mom always said you're going to be in public relations but I was. I think so because I was always really good people but yeah, I think I really knew I didn't do so well and you twelve I got okay. School medium school got into international try down at the foot cry which was just like an eye opener for me who've grown up in a fairly you know middle well-to-do income family and then kind of get. Shoved over there and as where am I, people will get escorted track house at night because people were jacking toz and like it was drug deals going on this is in Footscray footscray. So that was interesting and then after I think Mozzarella cottage anymore, we'll try not I wasn't interested in the in a little and then I went to swing and I met A university lecturer of there and I just said. I really WANNA do pay I want to get into your communications are enjoying. What I'm doing and backing is is this would have been probably two thousand and. Actually it was probably ninety, ninety nine, and so it was before Fox 'em stuff. And he was like, well, if you promise me that you'll do it within three years I'll give you an. Was Mateus student at that stage? So he he let me in I couldn't believe dench waltz. He's nine was an IB city commentator. David Schwartz rings a Bell Yeah Yeah so he was Not, footballer not. This is. This is a guy. Anyway, I was the two of us that graduated in that Swinburne to gray after threes and I did metering combs managing. And during that time I was at like twenty first birthday at behind in Q. and then raise on his people scenarios because you wouldn't believe some of the stuff that's happening my life and I'm standing and this girl says lucky jacket and I said, thanks. Chris Harness and really bringing the all brandy and so she goes off just being appointed as Matinee Menderes sports go at that stage died Lawrence and sports go and schools cross together in Hawthorne and now we're going through a speech and she said, you know this thing's going down lining assistant behind you wanNA come and have. An interview we'd be. Problems so winning enough to lose cook I feed on probably should've worn sports go content lots books back then sat down heavy entity literally the next I got the job and on like Lychee on that same day I've been offered delayed role lack. The which aren't being worked. On doing acting for so long and the first time I'd actually got these these lane role and my mom said I'm not going to support paint actors. So I suggest you and get a job and you know, of course, amateur sesia factual being really doing all that for free and they couldn't have held down the site I started off at sports go and he react to that. Yeah. I. Think he's been. Six years in title. And you you ended up sort of brand manage. Oh, I think for while you had a marketing role at well, mainly in the real estate space owes National Marketing Manager I. Guess I was just curious like During that time before two birds, when did you realize you would good at this? Well. I didn't know. I was good at it until I really started getting my hands dirty at sports and I think the best thing that happened to me was that let me fly on online so. I just picked up the phone style cooling now I was really trying to make which was bizarre. Manager. Who definitely a marketing cyber from PSI it was no a that was really signed. This is how you should do it. So it was jumping, get your hands dirty and make it happen because I had to report to a board. Every two weeks on what was going on pay us. So it was accountability that was given to me in a very, very young is was a lot of trust given to very young age. I was really lucky to work with Mary Portas and I'm your who aren't sports go mary. On yellow in you try the an amazing appetizing MARTLING PR agency end. She was born into really transform that sports go brand and Mary kind of like to be under her wing a little bit every time she should be a strategy wants mouth shooting different campaign out with different ideas and she really she'd go you get it. She's on that's American accent. You get it get it. I'm to let these and she's crazy rights you frigging crazy this woman. That I saw her and she answered retail and I learned so much from her and she was like I've made a lot of confidence. So I mean that's where it came from to go out and do these, and this is how you stories in the same position yourself and you know annoys dies 'cause Momon Cleo, which go bliss thirds magazines in longer with us. You know those it was we had we had the chance to focus his daddy's now in his own much opportunity I'm. Doing a podcast they opportunities weren't around the building sports go websites, which was such a big thing who had who had websites in two, thousand and two. It was crazy. And social media certainly wasn't around. So NIGGA was Roi Janine. So the market was amazing sports go to either because I was in the age bracket, all talk market this book go consumer I think I was able to just immerse myself and I really did I mean I.

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"corrigan" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"corrigan" Discussed on Uncommon

"Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He went straight to get away. After fifteen. and. He did a whole whole host of other stuff. Interesting. It's inching that sort of it's not so much a sliding doors more because you're I know you had that with. The theater game we can get into that in a moment but. It does make you one like if you had success there, would you be where you are today or are you there today because of that, and and also like the fact that you mentioned about the reality TV thing I feel sorry for these people. Like I feel sorry once they're on like identify realize what they're getting themselves into. And Grease because I I make. Like going to the mock and South Melbourne years ago. I'm one of these just talent people out to me and said, do you WanNa be on mafs? Yeah I. Think it was. Like nine I'm engaged in. I wouldn't do it a even if I wasn't. and. Yes. I don't think they're really realized what what they're getting themselves into. Is certainly didn't. Know certainly did but it was very different back ninety. Reality, they hadn't even be as big brother, which was the first reality. TV hadn't hadn't even really erupted in instrument that time so. Yes, I may look I done acting. So I thought if I've done at the can derive Yoga is pat. Really. Problem in. My uncle's this moment. The Tom's also Rob Gel and I don lockwood work. At Channel Nine and I'd also healthy wealthy and wise wealthy on channel ten. I did. So what experience s? So I always wanted to get into the industry. So you have from the fifteen sixteen bane in my in my blood. I got some work at. Go, live in as well. We're I read the news side writing I didn't scammy as such to going to it, but it was the attention you get in a very, very short amount of time. I think we're even in Herald Sun to good shots getting publicity and it was. You know what I didn't really realize it was kind of taking the peace sign. We can take someone and the finest within fifteen days. This is where we're going..

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"corrigan" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"corrigan" Discussed on Uncommon

"Guest. This week is proof Corrigan CEO and founder of one daydream PIA and the Dream Team, of course. Who have had a few guests on and the founder of batch and Co pre would just having chatting about rather the lockdown. I was trying to think of icebreakers and I thought you know maybe will go with a a chat about the lockdown, but I feel like it's being done to death. Yeah, and I'd heard that. I don't know the details of this but I'd heard from someone that it was something about you and Jules Lund and you placing second in Austria hosting gig. God. I want to hear the story before I say. I got annabel killer all nine one of them. Okay well when I was twenty one, which was a very, very long time ago they was a little radio station called Foxy thin and before big brother and a lot of those reality TV show is came out Fox released a competition and it was cold fifty nine seconds few dis define. That's what was. Funny. I had just got a pattern roles bulls time. twinkie McLean payoff in the head office and also doing acting and so these this thing came around with like you should enter, you should aim to us I I remember. At a milligram who was actually Niamey's son who is working getting Tom Miami on sports go he said Yeah Yeah come on. Let's do it. So we ended the week it would actually be pretty good. Payoff is bullets if I go radio hunt. It turned out that I became one of the top contestants over the final three to go on radio for a week and Jews line was one of the competitors. Yes. The other lady was amount. So basically, Fox. Said kind of got all of their demographics and got younger than twenty. It was at least near obviously I'd. GOOD-LOOKING LADD who the girls would probably buy four between knife and in the mountain state, my mom would be kids so and they put us on radio and they grilled us and. We had ex boyfriends reading up ex-girlfriends. We have people that we work. We have family it was just it was wild actually it was one of the one of the wildest weeks in my life I was taken to schools in the black founders and kids were higher. Ice That seems like a lifetime ago like in the days of. Jackie and CAL on. On. So you said triple ammo Fox no Fox. Until the RIDE IN THEIR ALL OFFICE THEY S. Sign that famous? Still have the old. Aren't you know what? I I actually, it'll be someone saint a cassette of one I got as a recording. There's no record of it anywhere because somebody tried to find recently but mile away say. Could've been my getaway could've been lug a debate on get away doing my presenting tepes chase instead I headed down to pay out. Finally enough there was a psychic on that on that show on radio. We'll talk through H. One vessel and forget isn't she said you will always die in this industry that you will always be behind Zaid's and I was like, wow, that's wild and she was wri. Angers standing. Maybe, was saying that she saw in your personality. That's right. Maybe very interesting, but it was fun. It was found that come down side good and I. I do feel for those people on those reality jarreds. Minani had to wake of it, but.

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With Barcelona In Turmoil, What Does Messi Want?

The Lead

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

With Barcelona In Turmoil, What Does Messi Want?

"For some time now there's been turmoil inside the world's biggest soccer club. Has. Barcelona drops two points. There's no chemistry and this team I mean the really isn't news of mortem. Oh and just the last twenty four hours, six board members resigned caught up in the middle of it. All is the team superstar Lionel Messi. Is. Not Happy with the way that things are being handled. He's not happy with the club's right, so he now is coming out and saying so. Today, the Athletic Durban Corrigan joins us to talk about what's going wrong at Bursa. What messy has had to say about it? And why the shy superstar kid sometimes make things difficult. The problem is that if you go to messy and say, what do you want massive himself is able to articulate exactly what he wants.

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Color-coded Runways

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

04:54 min | 1 year ago

Color-coded Runways

"Let me tell you that this is borderline genius. If you ask me, this is just borderline genius all right? Let's color code the runways. I like that it's it's. KINDA UNIQUE DEER VALLEY Because they have a lot of rocks it wouldn't work a lot of other locales OKO although. Fake being what it is, we would probably discover that. Harrison Ford is colorblind but. That was Hodgson agent. Now is just an easy Joko. It's too easy. Sorry about that Harrison. I know he's a listener and It's kind of a clever idea. So this is we found this from a listener I think he's a listener, but a tweet twitter guy Ryan Ewing Nine high-ranking guy. What did I say? You Twitter Guy Twitter? Guy Yeah I. Don't know what the on twitter at twitter guy. We're all twitter guys in this day and age. He tweeted he tweeted. The Phoenix area is one of the most popular regions for flight training as such mistakes do happen. Runway landings have occurred Deer Valley airport. He writes owned by the city of Phoenix Arizona has a unique solution to prevent this different colored rocks surrounding each runway. So basically the what what I would think of as being the grass around the runway apparently is gravel. Zona 'cause grasping grow real quickly. You said wrong way. That's not correct. Wrong runway wrong runway landings. Oh! If I said runway. That was a mistake. You're absolutely right. That was Corrigan Corcoran. Different meaning different meaning. ANYWAYS so they've done apparently have done it with colored gravel. The terrain surrounding the runway and taxiways has a distinct color to it and but I want to know whether ATC, do they say you know land on Purple? Runway, purple instead of instead of landing on on the green dot at Oshkosh. Read read one roster. I can't say one way. Runway Yeah Right. Valley. QUIT GLENN! Wait. Never. Only one drawback or Weakness in it. Being told to land on the color runway doesn't tell you which way on the colored runway will now. That's true. True, but you they could say. Let's see what are. Let's just assume that these are two seven and nine there probably not exactly that. Zuma would picture. It should cut down on the confusion on. is at this piece. Is Strip payment or that? Oh! This is the one surrounded by green now which way on that runway? It's seventy five. Seventy five, so they'll say land on runway to five purple or I don't. Know they'll say land on runway to five left the purple one, which happens to be perfect. Yeah, that'd be an interesting question, Ryan, if you're a listener Give us anything in the in the in the follow up in the responses here, let's see. Someone else made my hair. Practice four joke, but there's a lot of colorblind jokes. CH-. Help for blind pilots. That's that's. This is also true. Well. That's yeah I know. Are Up sorry. From flight DECK IS HE THERE'S A. Problem, with death pilots, because they just don't listen. Higgin hi. Let's just discard this recording is. Really really know all right so. colorizing runways. I I hadn't thought of that I hadn't thought about the. Air! Venture colored dots, thing which apparently is wildly effective. I've haven't landed on those runways during those type. Jeb. You have obviously. Is it I. Don't know what's your reaction to that system as a pilot who's used operated on and off it? It works I mean. A IT works well I'll be seems to work well. I haven't landed on the dots that often. Over the years generally I will get in before the show opens, and although the dots are there, I'm I'm. ABC is not asking me to land on them. generally there's been a few years at that's been. Landed on the DOTS, but they're easy to spot and and. My only concern. In the past has been when landing on the first dot of the runway the one I come to. Its. Knowing, that there's a bunch of traffic and knowing that the runway is constantly in use. My only concern is getting run over from behind

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"corrigan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

17:19 min | 1 year ago

"corrigan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Thank you Sunday afternoon Jack Corrigan with you along with our producer grant Smith taking care of business just spent the last hour listening to a conversation that we had earlier in the week with Nolan are not old for the Rockies round table that they have been holding periodically I've been blessed to do a couple of them did one with manager bud black and the one last week with Nolan and will certainly be happy to take your phone calls to talk about Nolan the Rockies anything else of interest to you three oh three seven one three eight five eight five you can also reach us on the text line at five six six nine zero you can also work gives the media to well I shouldn't say you give me a ring is you can't do that actually but you could contact me the the social media platform Twitter at Jack Corrigan to is how you would do that the five o'clock hour we're gonna visit with Eric may delve the hall of fame broadcaster of the Texas Rangers and I'm sure you're gonna enjoy the conversation with Eric they continued to talk about plans for this schedule N. yesterday we talked about it a little bit in terms of from a calendar pointed out how many games could be played especially if there was limitations on travel and that will be among the issues that that baseball is trying to resolve as they set up the schedule but again here on may third were six weeks away from say June fifteenth as a potential start time and really so much of of resuming baseball or any of the activities of note are going to be dependent on a couple of things one the overall health conditions and how we can safely protect people as the the country opens up a little bit more and in that happens with more and more testing being available and then the appropriate reactions to that and that's one of the things baseball probably is very sensitive about on on a couple of levels one to ensure that everybody involved in getting those games going again are healthy and have the best opportunity to stay healthy but also being sensitive to the country overall you don't want to create a scenario word that people can be upset about the the fact that you know any sport baseball the the NFL the NBA the NHL other activities are getting preferential treatment in terms of health and safety issues and I I think all of those entities are locked into the sense of of doing what's best for everybody while at the same time pushing to try and and get their particular endeavor going in order to have a a season of at least some link then so to get back to what I was mentioning before if if they could do by the end of the month see where things are in terms of potential spikes or surges see where things are in terms of treatments the availability of testing but if you got to say three weeks from now the final Monday of manias A. of potential start point for that second round of spring training you you to have a a bit of an easy chance of starting the season without obstacles along the way of starting the season by the middle of June June fifteenth or so on and that scenario with from June fifteenth till October eleventh that would be through two weekends of October in by eliminating the all star break in the all star game you could play a hundred to a hundred and five games with without playing any double headers without making things too much of an issue on the players and if you decided to play double headers obviously you could ramp up the the number of games being played where they're going to play those games I think is going to be the last issue determined by that I mean I believe and I don't have any direct knowledge of the situation I believe that that baseball would like to be playing even if there weren't fans in the stands at least initially with the possibility of of playing the games in the team's own ball parks you know also in the Rockies case playing games at Coors field the travel issues are are not overwhelming because every major league team travels by charter either of a team has its own plane an exclusive charter leased with either a charter company or one of the airlines so you'd have the ability to work control that a little bit most teams stay at at one or two different hotels in a particular town I mean people come here to Denver when they play the Rockies they stayed a couple of of places and so you could have a controlled environment fair and if you were playing in the home ballparks and you felt there was the potential as the season moved along to start having fans to maybe not at normal capacity but at least allow that opportunity with proper social distancing it would be a lot easier to accomplish rather than being involved in everybody and of Arizona or half the teams in Arizona half the teams in Florida and then trying to ramp up things in the home ballparks this way you've already in a sense had all kinds of dry runs on how to best do things with the players and coaches and then the appropriate support people the media and all of that in the ball parks to be better able to handle when you start to have fans in place that's why I think baseball's gonna wait here in may and and push for that the best case scenario of being able to play in the team's on ball parks but if we can't then the only way they can do it as one of the alternate plans then that's I I think we're we're gonna head five seven eight and the phone when we go through this again three oh three seven one three eight five eight five is the number is too many numbers rattle around in my brain grant is it is three oh three seven one three eight five eight five the number or you can text message us at five six six nine zero see people no I don't do this for he killed her basis but we have some lines of open we have Derek in Castle Rock standing by with a question go ahead Derek but he wants Howard Dean well well obviously in the fall your producers cleaner can wouldn't that be a logical support I mean you know close image one image correct yes but Wimbledon runner up winner you know one of the majors in well yeah in in Derek we thank you very much for for the call I. D. there's no question of the challenges of team sports are greater than the individual sports you know golf will have some ability even if they're playing without galleries in place to have another social distancing for it and not to be an issue ten us pretty much the the same way more of a challenge certainly with the team sports and at least in terms of the team's boards baseball is the closest to to having some social distancing their spread out in the field defensively there would be proximity at home plate between the the batter and the catcher and you know if we're using a non pyre the empire as well this is good well old prompt the possibility of the electronic the digital strike zone as an experiment that way the empire would not have to be right on top of the action he would just be there're four filed tips for plays at the plate all the other things fair ball foul ball that home plate umpire has to be involved with but in terms of of calling balls and strikes me it might be a way that they'll experiment with the electronic strike zone will see on that but other than that I. D. you have one there's a runner on first base in the first baseman's gonna hold the runner on I guess yes you'd you'd have a little bit of proximity there of of play at a base where a guy is making a tag or sliding in as the offense of player but but by and large you could be spread out a lot more if there are no fans in the stands early on you wouldn't even have to have the players in the dugout or all the players in the dugout you could create spacing within the dug out you could put players in the the rows behind the dugouts and spread them out and it would be actually pretty easy for that to take place same way in the bull pen you could have enough space for the number of relief pitchers who are out there to have announced social distancing gap gaps if you will to to allow that to happen the challenge much more certainly in football where there is all that contact hockey where there is a great great deal of contact and even basketball itself the the proximity can can be a challenge so I think again that's part of the reason why the the rest of the team sports world if you will he is anxious to see baseball get going and have baseball succeed because if if they can get under way with that does social distancing process without any issues or any major issues come up then it gives hope for the other team sports where there is a lot more contact a lot more interaction between players that that could create a potential issue if things go well for baseball than the other sports would certainly fall into line thinking that was going to be possible for them to do that so that you know it's it's among the things that I think will be curious to see as we move forward here over the next couple weeks really I think in it and things are so fluid they change all the time but I think as we move through the month of may here over the next couple of weeks as more states in more communities are opening up to activity to see what kind of health response there's going to be is the the sort of the the the the bell weather that will tell baseball until the other sports yeah you can start to ramp up the possibilities are no this is gonna take a little longer three oh three seven one three eight five eight five text line five six six nine zero had a text from the US seven two all area code and favorite player growing up was the penguin run say he said the this particular text in the the texture it noted that Nolan does things like I have never seen and he finished off by saying boy do I miss baseball I think of that comment could come just about anybody who loves the game of baseball but it is interesting to to think about players that that youngsters watch it and and try to emulate and then through the process venture Lee reach the same level as their heroes and may be at times even surpass them I thought it was interesting grand Smyth our producer Graham I was gonna say during the course of the interview with Nolan when when he talked about it connecting with Adrian Beltre a who was one of his boyhood heroes one of the people he followed and what that was like and then when he talked about being flummoxed the the first time he met Derek Jeter well I don't blame him on that one I can't imagine what might yes yes I got to meet the captain so it's cool to know though that you know celebrities and all stars like Nolan arenado still get starstruck from time to time when they meet someone that was our idol growing up four from your perspective you know I I get to interact with Nolan so often that it's not that I take it for granted but it but I'm used to having some really interesting conversations with him does it be able to spend that much time from a with him what did you take from that that is a normal guy I mean I was saying because yeah you know like you said he's not big on social media he doesn't really seek out the lime light like a lot of stars do so just to hear him talk and realize that he's just you know an every day guy like us that just happens to be one the best third baseman to ever play baseball it's cool to be able to connect connect with him on a normal level Nolan and I were I wouldn't talk about it during the course of that Rockies round table earlier in the week didn't get a chance to play it here but what was really interesting we went back to his rookie year or no would have been a second year his second year and the Rockies are playing the Tigers in Detroit and we were waiting for batting practice for the Rockies the Tigers were still taking batting practice and al que line the great L. K. line the hall of Famer who at that point was probably seventy nine eighty years of age but still very active very strong in and involved with the the Tigers and he was behind a cage watching batting practice and I said to no one Hey you should go over and and talk to the guy behind the Cajun and he says who's that nice and it's L. K. line he goes hall of Famer al que line and I go yeah I L. K. line and so he walked over and introduced himself in talked with L. for a few minutes and and then he came back grant what was so great because he knew everything about me that was incredible well why wouldn't a right if you're following the game.

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Harrison Ford admits pilot error on runway: "I'm terribly sorry"

Houston's Morning News

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Harrison Ford admits pilot error on runway: "I'm terribly sorry"

"Morning news so was that Indiana Jones on that runway or was that wrong way Corrigan she would have the Harrison Ford this is Sam with him before you know seven he's a pilot yeah he's seventy seven years he's crash these crashes blight for I think this is also happened once before some Ford piloting a plane that wrongly cross the runway where another plane was landing this happened at Hawthorne blue book airports that serve just outside Los Angeles FAA is investigating he beat Italy by the way knowledge his mistake apologized to ATC for the error nobody got injured there's never any danger of a collision but it brought up an image of Douglas wrong way Corrigan and only reason why I'm mentioning it but a he's in a store go figure made famous by he was supposed to be flying from New Jersey or New York City I think it was too long beach California any other up in Ireland what DO you would think you would think what she had the water go home some of the white

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Des Moines Water Works Shelters-In-Place to Respond to Coronavirus

Words on Water

09:26 min | 1 year ago

Des Moines Water Works Shelters-In-Place to Respond to Coronavirus

"Are in the midst of the corona virus pandemic and the water utility sectors. Incredible response to the situation I'm very happy to be joined by Some folks from Moines waterworks. I have Ted Corrigan. He is interim CEO and general manager. Ted How're you doing? I'm doing just fine travis. Thank you great and I have Kyle Danley. He is director of water production. Kyle how are you doing good? Thanks troves great. Thank you both for coming on so the reason I wanted to talk to you is because I I saw an article in the media about steps you all have taken to continue your operations which includes having some staff shelter in place at the facility there And this just shows the incredible dedication of people in our sector. It shows how we are really on the front lines of public health protection. And how you all are first responders really out there when there is a a situation like this so just big appreciation your way for it. Could you just described this approach that Moines waterworks has taken to continuing its operations? Sure you know we have had a contagious disease. Response Plan in place for many years. And as the co Ed. Nineteen things started to unfold. We realized that this particular virus appear to be very contagious. Much more contagious than other things we dealt with so we thought it was important to consider sheltering in place that was part of our plan but we thought we were going to need shelter people in place for a longer period of time We settled on two weeks as the appropriate length of time. Just based on things we had heard coming from the health community and whatnot and then when we still thought about sheltering people for two weeks. We thought we'd better do this right. We'd better make sure that they're comfortable. Better make sure they have food. Eat laundry facilities shower facilities really just couldn't imagine asking our folks to sleep on cots in the break room for two weeks so we did And up deciding that we would rent. Some campers. Some some Nicer Campers so the folks would have a place to get away at night. they are working twelve hour shifts Seven days a week for two weeks straight wanted them to have a decent place to get away and get cleaned up and have some privacy if they wanted it and we've set up a quite a pantry down there Cow Can probably talk more about what's going on inside he's are inside Guy But we really thought we needed to get the folks setup and in a way that would be sustainable for a two week period. How many how many people are involved in that that sheltering in place they're being onsite. Currently we have twenty one people sequestered across the three water treatment plants. Okay so you have three different locations than and when you put this plant plan into action. Was it something where the staff were pre identified? Did THEY HAVE TO VOLUNTEER. Where they how did that? Go about from a personnel standpoint. Well we knew what skill sets we needed. We needed operators. Obviously we needed maintenance and repair folks We wanted some support folks in some supervisors so as more a case of just identifying the skill and then I would let kyle walk through how they actually identified the individual people within those skill sets. We did look at the skill sets that we had and we. We tried to limit the amount of staff that had to be here as much as we could. We have typically about sixty staff members and water production operate that three plants of sixty remote sites. I we got down to about twenty or a little over twenty people so about a third of our staff being here again. It's a mix of operators maintenance staff laboratory staff and Fab shop staff to help make repairs on things so we scaled down as small as we possibly could annoying that. This thing is probably going to go on for weeks at a time. We're GONNA need other people to come in and trying to give some staff to get home to their families for a few weeks before their call back in against Looking at the smallest amount of group we could to meet our regulatory needs to continue to operate the plants and maintain them As we need to continue to serve water and serve Central Iowa down. That was one of my questions was. What'S THE PLAN FOR Kind of medium term long term here. So you're going to the ideas that every two weeks the team will kind of rotate out? Yes every two weeks we will rotate out or on our fourth day. Right now. On the verse. Two Week period staff has been extremely supportive They understand that during their public health role and that they need to take time away from their family and friends to make sure that the community is served Getting clean drinking water. So we've had great staff support in order to help out to to come in and spend their two weeks here so we were greatly appreciative of that on the inside their kyle. Talk a little bit more about What daily life is like now? I mean obviously you're doing everything with the operations and the facility and keeping keeping the treatment going but What's it like just as a person being in this situation? That's pretty unprecedented right. Sure it's we always spend a lotta time here anyway but never twenty four seven so being on the fourth day Things have been pretty good. The first day was a little hectic. Just getting everybody settled into the campers. it's very cold. Still appeared campers had been on winterized. We have a lot of folks that are not campers just having to understand how to operate the campers and things like that that a challenge the first couple of days and trying to get all the food in here for everybody's needs that was a challenge when we first started setting this up a couple of weeks ago that was a lot of the supermarkets were having limited supply of food so we were challenged trying to get food. Come in here We purchased xtra refrigerators and deep freezers. Now that we've got power Full hookups all. The Campers Setup which was a chore itself trying to get Water and sewer and power to all these campers onsite and refrigeration and all the campers were a little more refrigeration storage here but Food was certainly a challenge as we were planning this and trying to get things. Set up so Things are Set up nicely now kind of getting back to our normal Work schedule At least getting bill do normal work duties and things like that but Long days twelve hour days. That's a little adjustment some for some employees but again they've had a great attitude and they realized that they have a big role in helping the community and we just have outstanding staff. Yeah do you. Does it look like you will have two different waves of people that just kind of keep coming back two weeks on two weeks off or do you have more staff than that. Or what's kind of the numbers game look like? Well we again. We have about sixty staff members but I'm guessing the Sun will be here for two weeks off in the back for two weeks. Others may be every six weeks shifts are coming in it. All depends on their their health. We're checking in with staff daily. Make sure if they're home. Are you healthy? And Are you able to come back in you know? I always assuming that we're could get some staff members. They get sick. That's going to mix up the schedule And others are willing to come in and they have to do a backpack shift. We already have plenty of people that are volunteering to do that. If necessary. If they're co workers are getting sick they're not able to come back in so I think the schedule is going to be very dynamic. Is we see how how the community is doing. And how our staff is doing outside the Levy and making sure they're staying healthy and things like that so Hopefully we'll get most of them will the get two weeks off and be able to be back with their families for a couple of weeks but We shall see how things play forward. Yeah so how? How else are you keeping the morale up then Given the twelve weeks and the campers and you know I mean you got everybody works together but yeah how he how. He keeps things as light as you can well. Certainly the campers were a big help as Ted mentioned. No one wants to sleep on air mattresses and the plant plant is a very noisy place trying to sleep here With backwash is and everything else Pumps motors running would just not be a very comfortable place. A staff is very grateful to have campers bill to get away We've also been working with our it department. They are helping to set up. Better Wifi In the campground area so to speak where we have the camper. So that folks can get to these campers and be able to skype their family and friends. have some communication autry all to watch TV or keep up on the news and stuff like that. So we understand that technologies of wouldn't for our staff so they do have a few hours off before the end of their shift. They could reach out to their family and and have some normalcy to to watch the shows that they want to and things like that. That has been important. Certainly food is always important. Keeping a raise. Got What they wanted with. A need to So yeah it's it's been very positive so

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"corrigan" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

12:06 min | 1 year ago

"corrigan" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Episode thirty one now this week. We're talking to Sean Corrigan. At town to DP and photographers shot for Nikon nickelodeon jeep and more. And and we're going over how sean actually jumped from road trips to the music industry to making his first film free taking out the trash to pay his vows until you apprentice under a professional photographer and finally I only made things happen for himself. And then if you WANNA head over to the indy mogul Youtube Channel where we're actually GONNA go over. One primer why matchboxes can actually help make better footage and even get you hired more often but here we go everybody upset thirty one of the podcast. Let's do this.

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"corrigan" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

10:16 min | 1 year ago

"corrigan" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Episode thirty one now this week. We're talking to Sean Corrigan. At town to DP and photographers shot for Nikon nickelodeon jeep and more. And and we're going over how sean actually jumped from road trips to the music industry to making his first film free taking out the trash to pay his vows until you apprentice under a professional photographer and finally I only made things happen for himself. And then if you WANNA head over to the indy mogul Youtube Channel where we're actually GONNA go over. One primer why matchboxes can actually help make better footage and even get you hired more often but here we go everybody upset thirty one of the podcast. Let's do this.

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"corrigan" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

11:56 min | 1 year ago

"corrigan" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Episode thirty one now this week. We're talking to Sean Corrigan. At town to DP and photographers shot for Nikon nickelodeon jeep and more. And and we're going over how sean actually jumped from road trips to the music industry to making his first film free taking out the trash to pay his vows until you apprentice under a professional photographer and finally I only made things happen for himself. And then if you WANNA head over to the indy mogul Youtube Channel where we're actually GONNA go over. One primer why matchboxes can actually help make better footage and even get you hired more often but here we go everybody upset thirty one of the podcast. Let's do this.

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"corrigan" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

11:30 min | 1 year ago

"corrigan" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"To the PODCAST EPISODE. Thirty one now this week. We're talking to Sean Corrigan. At town to DP and photographers shot for Nikon nickelodeon jeep and more. And we're gone over. How Sean actually jumped from road trips to the music industry to making his first film free taking out the trash to pay his vows until you apprentice under a professional photographer and finally made things happen for himself. And then if you WANNA head over to the indy mogul Youtube Channel where we're actually GONNA go over. One primer why matchboxes can actually help make better footage and even get you hired more often but here we go everybody upset. Thirty one of the PODCAST. Let's do this.

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"corrigan" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"corrigan" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"The two of them together create the video version of the podcast housed on Youtube Jessica Miranda for graphics wizardry Alli Rogers for her beautiful portraits decay David Kahn for advertiser relationships and D- music by Annalisa Final Emma appreciate all you guys I love you. I can't do what I do without you guys and I will see you back here. In a couple of days with a nother hotly Lee anti long awaited conversation with the Great Guru Singh Guru multi-diverse is back. That's right multi-diverse. It's no longer guru corner. No hard hard edges. Just expansiveness grew is returning to the podcast. It's called the seed of infinity and here's a taste until then little a little love a lot peace. Consciousness is a seed a seed of infinity. Not a non identified seed no specific identity but it's the vast potential. That's the same as intercede to Oak acorns right to oak seats. You put one in a forest it's very crowded and it will grow grow in particular way to accommodate the crowd that same seed put it into a forest that is actually quite sparse and it will grow to to extend itself into the sparse nature of the forest. Now one is not wrong. One is not right. They're both what they are. This is in fact what we're moving towards the more we will understand the more we study consciousness the more that we're going going to be able to get.

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"corrigan" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"corrigan" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Something I would almost say maybe on a really good day when I was hyper articulate but still still within the range of something I might say then it can stay then it belongs there then it's GonNa be it's GonNa flow in your ear and a thing that is said to me. Sometimes deals very validating is oh you talk to you Dr Psyche Right there and I think that's good then then I wasn't false and I didn't like you know flower right up too much and and try to sound smarter than I am and I think the mistake that gets made with that is that people think that means it's easier but it's actually harder her way way right yeah because you gotta find some flow. Do you have like certain practices like You keep a journal with you all like Oh. I'm in the Carpool Pool. Lane and Judy said the craziest thing to me and I'm you write it down so I do voice memos on my phone which is easier for me but now I used to write in a journal. Here's a crazy thing I had a journal that I was reading in for like seven years. I cannot find and I have two teenage daughters like where's the Journal who's reading the Journal. There is some shit in that journal should not be read by my children because they don't have the capacity to understand it. I mean they will someday they read when they have Joan and more than welcome to read it. They'd laugh all day long right now. They'd be so sensitive and so yeah. I don't know where the journalists it's Blue Royal Blue Leather pebbled journal if anyone it has it out their back. This is weighing on me just a little bit yeah but now I don't have any superstrong processes a thing. I guess the only thing I'd say is I listen differently. I'm listening really carefully not only my listening to what stories you're telling me but I'm I'm also listening to your response to me so if I'm in a room with some women at a cocktail party or having coffee or whatever and I say something and then people start to crowd around. There's like a big reaction. I definitely take note of that like I know it's resonating. I already know it's resonating before I put it on the page because I've touched it publicly collision center. It's almost like a stand up comedian like working out there yeah well. It's more spontaneous than that. It's like it's just something to note. It's not it's not right like I go in thinking. I'm going to try that. I'm going to tell that story about my grandmother and see how see how they respond to it. It's more like like I started telling you stories about. You know like I'll come home and say dad would like so interesting as telling a story about my grandmother and like Alison like room got really quiet and everybody's listening to me and I thought Oh my God. I guess that's like a thing I guess people would really want to think about that yeah. It's like it's like that yeah. I think we did it right. How do you feel good yeah hot and I know we're off so it's getting warm in here? Pack thank you. You're so it was really fantastic. You absolutely delight me. I am go back and read all your other books yeah about that. Little only take two hours pretty slow reader. Thank you for having me yeah of course if you're digging on Kelly easiest way to connect with you Kelly Gorgan Dot Com instagram instagram just Kelly core and are. Are you doing any public events where people WANNA come in connect with you know not right now all right well. Tell me more of bookstores everywhere all right unqoute. Thanks this. I gotTa tell you quite taken by Kelly. I don't know how you guys I feel but I suspect you share my feelings. Let her know how this one landed by sharing your thoughts with her directly. You can find her on twitter at Ed. Corrigan Kelly also don't forget to pick up a copy of her new book. Tell me more not that new but it's been out for a little bit but it's still kind of knew her latest book. Tell me more check out her Ted Talk. I'll put links.

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"corrigan" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"corrigan" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"I'm only really glad to have written almost never happy when writing Kelly Corrigan and this is it's the rich Paul podcast uh rich role podcast. Hey people what's the latest. How is your September going? Are you settling into your fall routine the way happy to have you here. Welcome welcome back to the PODCAST. My name is rich. I'm your host quick reminder. My I live podcast. It's less than two weeks weeks away Friday September twenty seventh at the Wilshire Theater here in Los Angeles. It's promising to be a barn burner music poetry podcasting thing. What else do you want with? Whom will you be podcasting? I hear you ask well in case you missed it. My special guest for this live experienced deep dive is none other other than Paul Hawkins truly one of the great leading pioneering voices in Environmental Activism Sustainability Industrial Ecology unconscious capitalism so much more a man whose impact on culture science and business just cannot be overstated. If you enjoyed Zach Bush on the show I know you're GonNa Love Paul and I am beyond honored to engage him in what promises to be a super dynamic very impactful and entertaining conversation as of the moment of this recording which is admittedly like two weeks in advance of this episode publishing some tickets remain so scoop them up before they disappear her by clicking on the appearances tab on ritual dot com or alternatively on the post that are pinned to the top of both of my twitter and facebook pages us today today. We're GONNA talk about love we're GonNa talk about connection the pain of life relationships and the power our storytelling with the captivating the singular and very charming I might add Kelly Corrigan called the voice of generation by Oprah magazine and the poet laureate of the ordinary huffpost Kelly Corrigan is many many things but she's best known for her very deep personal voice as a writer capturing real life the ordinary a mundane annuity of day to day living with a warmth courage AH candidate honesty an NFL nor ability in poetic beauty that makes her many books beloved by millions..

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 Verdugo's HR in 11th gives Dodgers 2nd straight walk-off win

ABC World News This Week

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Verdugo's HR in 11th gives Dodgers 2nd straight walk-off win

"In sports Rocky's dodgers ace UIs to note, go fire drive to write Blackman going back in. It is gone. Alex do go the second straight night. The dodgers would it with a walk off Homer. In the bottom of the inject Corrigan with the call. It was Verdoux goes second Homer of the game and came in the bottom of the eleventh, five to four. The final dodgers Colorado. We'll try to salvage the final game of the

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 Tapia's 3-run double sparks Rockies over Nats, 9-5

Drive Time Sports

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Tapia's 3-run double sparks Rockies over Nats, 9-5

"Right? Hi. Touch of all time for Charlie Blackmon. These third of the year the Rockies lead it five to three Jack Corrigan Rockies radio on the call their Rockies bounce back after last night six three loss to the nationals to close out that series winning two of three nine five was your final score. Rimal tapioca. Big game again, two doubles drove in three runs her. Mom marquez. Good again. And the Rockies continue their winning ways is now as I tell it up onto three four five six seven eight of ten now your hometown Rockies

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"corrigan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"corrigan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Jack Corrigan and Jerry Schimmel from Marlins park in Miami, Florida welcomed a Colorado Rockies baseball this evening, the Rockies and the Marlins game three of this four game series. I everybody Jack Corrigan along Jerry Schimmel producer engineer. Jesse thomas? Doug Niemeier at master control, the Rockies have mastered a place that has been tough for them in the first two wins of this four-game series. And, you know, baseball's pretty simple you pitch you get timely hitting and you catch the ball. You're gonna play pretty well in the Rockies have excelled in all three categories. It's a small sample, Jack. But that obviously is the case so far. And I think you put this pitching at the top that list of items you mentioned they're starting pitches meant terrific, the bullpen has been sowed the first to ball games. And I think the rocks expect that to continue maybe not. Necessarily tonight in all year long. But I think you're going to see a strong point of this team being that starting rotation. And I think the bullpens gonna come together just fine. You know, it's a good lineup. It's veteran lineup. It's a talented lineup. It's a long lineup and the the Rockies traditionally have not scored a lot of runs this ballpark. They're getting runs the first to ball games in open to keep it going tonight Rockies and the Marlins win on Thursday a win last night. Chris I and Etta was part of the Thursday win, and he'll be back in the lineup tonight. Jerry will visit with the veteran catcher when we come back here on the KOA Rockies radio network, hijack Corgan.

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Childbirth injury led a new mom to start a parenting podcast 'To Feel Less Alone'

Fresh Air

10:06 min | 2 years ago

Childbirth injury led a new mom to start a parenting podcast 'To Feel Less Alone'

"But I remember all the kind of parenting books before feminism were so conforming to gender stereotypes and have so many assumptions of what a woman's life was like of what a mother's life was like. And that thankfully, I think has largely changed. And I think like your podcast moved things even more forward with that. I think that there's something implicitly feminist about your podcast. Yeah. I mean, I think people started telling me that after I started making it, and I I am braced it, I embraced the term. But I also I feel like it shouldn't have to be such a push to get stories about the health of mothers onto a platform. Like NPR? You have a lot of stories in your book collected from other mothers who've had to come up with ways to like sue their children, or, you know, get them to eat or potty train them. Is there a story that you heard from another mother that you tried and that actually worked for you? Yeah. So there is a story. There's there's a game that a made up called what's on my butt. And the way you play is when you feel like you just need a break and your kid feels like they wanna play you lie face down on the couch, and you tell your kid like to go find some random object around the house put it on your butt, and you have to guess what it is. And I play this with my daughter, and it allows me to refuel. Do you? Guess right. Now, it's impossible to guess, right? Then you have to who puts it away you or your daughter. She s put it away. That's a good. That's a good rule by some more time. So your daughter Sasha is around nine. Yes, she's turning nine next month. So she could probably read a little bit now. Yeah. Yeah. So are you turning a corner in terms of having to be careful about what you say, you're in fact, your life as a parent or about her as a daughter because she can comprehend what you're communicating now. Yeah. Well, she picked up my book when it when it arrived, and she wanted to read it and at first I was like. Yeah. Cool. And then I realized oh, no. You can't read that. There's stuff in there. That's not age appropriate for you. And also, you might learn something about yourself that. I'd rather see you rather than having read it. So she's she's not happy that I haven't let her read it yet. But I've read her bits, and I think she'll learn a little bit at a time as she gets older Hillary, it's really been great to have this opportunity to talk with you. Thank you. For being so personal forthcoming not only in our interview. But in your writing, and in your podcast, I think it's really valuable work. Thank you so much. Thanks, terry. This has been a real pleasure. Hillary Frank is the author of the new book weird parenting wins. She's also the creator executive producer and former host of the podcast, the longest shortest time. After we take a short break. Maureen Corrigan will review a new feminist distortion novel. This is fresh air. This is fresh air. British writers, Sophie, Macintoshes debut novel. The water cure was long listed for the twenty eighteen man Booker prize. Our book critic Maureen Corrigan says given that the water cure is an other worldly feminist nightmare. It might just suit the mood of our times. Here's a review, my tastes doesn't naturally gravitate toward feminists dystopia and fiction, but such stories are ubiquitous these days their influence seeps far beyond the classic novel and Hulu series of Margaret Atwood's the Handmaid's tale as well as the literary fiction.

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Browns trade WR Corey Coleman to Bill for draft pick

CBS Sports Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

Browns trade WR Corey Coleman to Bill for draft pick

"Does he have enough down the line and it is gone inside the foul. Pole he took a ninety eight mile an hour fastball and Did outta here, Jack Corrigan on Iraqis radio. Network. Olen aeronautical with a tiebreaking home run in, the top of the eleventh as the Rockies, down the brewers five four Milwaukee forced extras with three runs in the bond by the night but the Rockies avoid the three-game sweep elsewhere the, giants cooled off the d, backs three to the Padres took down the cubs ten sits the cardinals edged the pirates due, to one that, carpenter hit home run number twenty nine the Braves topped the Mets. In ten innings. Fine for the Phillies dump the Marlins five three scruple Cabrera broke three all, tie with a two run Homer in the eighth and the national sweet pass the rates to one NFL news. The Browns traded wide receiver Corey Coleman to the. Bills for a future draft pick and the eagles signed both head, coach Doug Peterson engine how he rosement to contract extensions through the twenty twenty. Two season I'm John Fass kids. Were to the wise watch out for? The wedgies at camp this summer the DA. Show nutty AM eastern six Pacific on CBS sports radio This is after hours with Lawrence Time, to say goodbye to the weekends at, least if you're, on our schedule if you're. Not, and it's still your weekend. Well I'm a little bit jealous I'm I'm actually I'm.

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Palestinian mourn dead in Gaza as protests continue

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:22 min | 3 years ago

Palestinian mourn dead in Gaza as protests continue

"With a hail of gunfire gina hospitals nomination to become cia director's getting a big boost from senator mark warner the democrat saying he supports hassle palestinians continue to bury their dead after the most violent day in gaza since two thousand fourteen the bloodshed comes as the us opened its embassy in jerusalem funerals being held for nearly sixty palestinian protesters killed during confrontations with israeli forces on the gaza border palestinians have been demonstrating on the border for several weeks yesterday's protests marked the nursery of israel's creation back in nineteen forty eight the rockies just did not swing the bats today and it was former rocky jordan lyles on the mound for the san diego padres lyles perfect into the eighth inning until story hits it towards left that's gonna break it up drops in front of the leftfielder cordeiro and the street goes on fans will rise and give a standing ovation to jordan lyles he goes seven and a third perfect forever story breaks it up jack corrigan with the call the padres do go on to win it's shutting out the rockies who got only that one hit the final score four to nothing rockies have an off day tomorrow before they begin a series with another division rival san francisco.

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