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"dan smith" Discussed on Tape Notes
"From the album, give me the future and I'm very pleased to say that I have Dan Smith and Mark crew Dan of Bastille and Mark of Bastille fame two and many, many more things of which sat in the studio together. It's great to have you here for take notes. Thanks for having us. Hello, John, thank you. Thanks for having us. Elongated. So this is in Wimbledon. And it feels extra great to be here because Dan is associate you with Wimbledon. I am from Wimbledon or grew up around here, and I know that you did as well. And so in my mind, even when I hear Bastille on the radio or anything, you know, I think, yeah, that's my boy. Local guys. Yes. Local hero type things. It was great to be able to do this actually. In Wimbledon. And it's not random that the studio is based in Wimbledon, but at the same time Mark you're not from Wimbledon. I'm not, no, I'm from Danny Sussex originally. But went to university in guildford and then a lot of us who went there kind of slowly seeped into London and Wimbledon is probably the first thing that you hit and ended up in sale fields, which said earlier of the universe and then there's actually eventually met Dan through self fields and woody who's the drummer in the band who I went to university with was the link there. And we both ended up living in southfields and would have met Dan. Grew up in South Africa. And I actually lived in southfields for about ten years or so. There you go. It's all go. Ish. It's funny like this studio ending up being here like Mark, used to live in just very close by. But it was really just that we were trying to find some space that was convertible and there weren't in London in particular when you're up against all these developers. It's sort of impossible to find somewhere, but we found this weird little spot. It was an office, and I think before that it had been a glamour. Photography glamorous shoot, not glamorous, but glamour shoot plays. I think these balls have seen a few things, but yeah, it's kind of great it's like tucked away and yeah, it's quite weird sort of winding up relatively near where everything started out. Yeah. And so is this where this album began? Yeah, it is, this is where we made our last album and this one here. The intention with this album was actually to we planned a kind of a year off from touring, actually our first ever year off from touring starting in March 2020 and obviously other things happened. But we plan to sort of not make it here. We thought it would be really nice to despite having built this place and despite loving it here and working here all the time. We thought we should be as a band and myself and Mark as a kind of production team. What we'd never done before, which was stop properly and just make a record, live life a bit. And we plan to sort of go to LA and work with Anderson park and a bunch of different people and go, we wanted to sort of get a studio in New York for a bit and do that whole thing and really sort of stamp and identity and a bunch of places on the album and use it in the excuse to travel a bit, but obviously COVID came along with thwarted our plans and obviously a lot of other people's as well. But I guess having this space was such a luxury when life was able to open up a bit more and we were able to come in here, sort of legally. And it weirdly became relevant for the album. It was the most collaborative album that we've ever made. I think it's normally quite a sort of enclosed process. It's Mark and I worked on music a lot and then our friend Dan has more recently helped with bits of production, but then the guys from the band obviously playing all over stuff, but it's generally been a really tight knit group and we've not really worked outside of that, but I think the idea with this being our fourth album and wanting to be a bit more kind of expansive and push ourselves to be as different as possible. We thought that we'd bring in some of the elements that we've both kind of found in some of the collaborators that we both sort of worked with as songwriters for other people and producers for other people. So yeah, it became weirdly despite lockdowns and despite the world being as close as it's ever been, it became the most collaborative album. Yeah. Couldn't actually go and see anyone, but over Internet they did come here. So yeah. Yeah. Fantastic. So we're going to look at three songs from the album, and the first one we're going to look at is thelma and Louise. So to put.
"dan smith" Discussed on Faces Of Finance
"I could do groups in groups as great bruce's good fun. I think there's a lot of people that want to take up coaching. But probably more comfortable in a group setting i but this one on one is really allowing me personally to grow coach. Because i get to work with individual people. And i'm getting to hear their feedback while one which every time i do that that allows me to approach my next session. That with more until on guy. What's what's not client gonna do. What's what's it gonna be their feedback. And how can i approach that issue for them and articulated into a point where we have growth in that session. So i guess. The only limiting factor for me right now is not being able to to coach people from outside the Twisting a very grateful to all the people who within the oj of taken up my service and it's great men have been able to really use. I was encouraged to see my clients growing in their roddy ability in that confidence level. Which is my ultimate goal. Is somebody gonna come and coach with me. What i want for them is to have more confidence when they going rotting by themselves And saying guys and girls attack features if they had not been hit ever like. I a guy nathan Recently either drop it on the and he'd been writing for seven years and could never do it and within an hour had a meeting and now he's just dropping it with ativan wednesdays now thinking about it but he's muscle memory. He's he's approached what he needs to do on the block and how he's thinking he's allowing him to to comfortably. That drought issue. It's fantastic for the listeners. Can you go through a few of those Those acronyms in the faith.'. Heating is that the issue obviously advantage blocking assignment. Every school we have. There's a there's a link linguistics carry the wheel have cy phages is defined by things like jumps rock gardens at iraq..
"dan smith" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"And then you start going. Wow that if. I just saw that one roche. I kinda been letting slide by that. I've that i've not that you not on a scene where you'd be surprised like when you go. You can't come over here you you see. We have a room over there as well. And then there's an outdoor seating areas little hot though our dogs. But there's another room in there if you want to see that. The bar chen chair in the ram. Y'all are welcome to all this like when you sell in the house and you black person you you know to get more value out of your house to take your fucking family photo down like i live in our neighborhood a mouse in my neighborhood. The houses do real fucking que- but everybody no. I'm about the only black person with rain staff. So i'm gonna white dead chill. I might have to get you to come over there. Essay to some real white shit out me your neighbor do. I said cornhole with god. Bless on play. Call horseshoes but i mean that's what they do. Everybody know that when you selling the house you got to also the colors that you put on. The wall represent the race. Black folks like kalo. They like their dale fucking origin. Room up in a meeting. I got a girlfriend. Air thing business burns. I'm like what the fuck is. Maybe it's alway decorating him. Burt elizabeth nunez twenty some years. She loved bar earns a leather of fake. No the couches bar earned and brain in bays three calls. She put hall houses bauge in. I liked those colors as great color year but ten years ago along. Update this house fucking callers. I remember i remember being with patrice o'neal and he was making fun of me because my shoes and my shirt weren't matching. That was that i would. I would just put together an outfit willy. Nilly and he would be like the like my hat. My shoes like he's like those are none of those go together. Now's like i don't know what the fuck you talking about. And now that. I'm in his shoes more indefinitely into hats. I do bad word bad. Yeah yeah like gets better find it fucking so fascinating and whiteboards are the king dirty issue and if you don't the second what's crazy by the way i hope this doesn't offend anyone in serbia insert when we went to serbia knowing that clean shoes. No-one clean shoes. I think that. I think that nice clean. You get a pair of good shoes and you wear them and and by the way. This is my assessment based on not talking anyone but going through wardrobe so they get me a pair of light gust and smith and then they dirty them up. And i go whoa. Whoa whoa. Whoa whoa whoa like. i don't. I wear dirty zoos and they'd be like you do your shoes. That'd be dirty right. And i was like no. I wanted to be like no fucking millionaire. You think i'm wearing dirty fucking choose fucking mind like i'm throwing those away for thirty five dollars on my end of the parents dan smith's but they and they would get them dirtiest fuck and our director was like what is wrong with the shoes and we thought it was it was cultural and growing up..
"dan smith" Discussed on Poker Action Line
"Makashov in line talking about what's upcoming what's been happening. What's currently happening now. And one of the things currently happening now is the rating system Maybe i'm a little more interested in that than a lot of people. But currently the number one plan to world ranked on the rankings. Is joe mckeown. Had some good. Recent success of course won the world series of poker a few years ago. nick pillow is second brian altman. Who's been red hot lately down here in south. Florida is Currently third if you're looking at some of the other areas of the world The top european player is madison. Bolles just one step ahead of sarovic The top player in asia sean. You followed by nan-hung the latin. Latin american top player on the list is free. Jatin who lives in miami and You can fall down the list. Jack hardcastle the top. Uk player right now. A little bit ahead of steven chadwick and these things of course change from month to month. The top canadian players. Eric casually kristen bicknell secondary ari angle. Third eric off riyadh forth all familiar with south florida poker fans. But i looked at this other situation of who's been number one and You know as i mentioned there's been back and forth with a couple of players over the years This list runs all the way back to two thousand eleven which was Actually the second year we started doing our show where jason mercier was the top he would have it for few weeks Then jason few weeks three weeks here four weeks there. One time he seventeen weeks was his longest run back in two thousand thirteen But over the years Elke gross peltier has been number one. Dan smith marvin retin meyer. Ola shamisen in dan's i mentioned dan. Smith anthony zeno of very short period of time Have the number one spot lately. It's been guys like david. Peters steven and alex foxton in control fox in right now before. Relinquishing it to joe. Mckeon for five weeks in stephen chick for nineteen weeks before that. So they've been the latest top players in the world fair to rank. Players are not fair joe. You know it doesn't come for people like us to talk about it. Themselves to avid I'll be honest you know. I used to enjoy watching the card player. You remember when that was the big thing card player player of the year and It was exciting in the sense that it was based on tournament play. You know that that's what it was based on the tournaments that you entered you know the by hinz. They started doing it with the buy ins. And all of this and You know it was nice. I enjoyed for a while. Then i realized that has nothing to really do it. Who the best player in the world is Because as we both know there's a lot of great players out there that don't want the publicity. Don't play tournament played nothing but cash games and You know they they wanna stay under the radar. The other great players know who they are. But you know. I'm sure they're casting. That's out there to try to get some of the poker fishes out there that they can and You know this is all subject to whatever whatever criterias you wanna set to this just by money anymore because of the high roller tournaments. Exactly you know so that that kind of that thing one way It's nice One of the one of the joys that i used to love reading all the car players even even describing carplay. When i wasn't working in the casino business and it wasn't coming in i subscribe for like four or five years. Was i loved reading those articles reading the stories about Know the the unknown play or at that time that one some sort of yeah you know the stuff like that that way before him waving way before i'm sure for the explosion exciting started to be honest with you And as you know you used to collect them to remember how thick they were back then causing magazine has they are two now and i used to love reading those i but i loved a lot of the people who wrote articles in there Like i told you. I really look forward to reading that Every two weeks and You know unfortunately that's hasn't been the case for quite a few years now And i don't know whether it's just me getting older and not having the excitement that i used to have four or that you know. They're concentrating on a lot of the bigger tournament. Things that you know. I can't dream of ever planing. You know i'd have to hit a lottery to be able to afford to just put up that kind of money or spend hours and hours. That i don't have now to make my game at that point where i could maybe get backers to do that. You know it definitely has become more of a younger man's game as we've mentioned For the most part and Now it's i'd like to do it just for strictly for entertainment. I used to play poker to to earn money at it. You know and the local games I knew were games. I could do really well. At dave and And for the most part. I did and and not only that i earn money at it but i had a hell of a time to be honest with the army and i. I really enjoyed the hell out of myself doing that. Joy being with those people All the stuff. That goes with that boston people's jobs having your bug chops busted enjoying the great food and the private games And i don't know if it's maybe i've been skewed because as a manager i see way too many nasty people in the game and You know maybe. I'm too old for that shit you know i don't i don't wanna i don't wanna deal with those people when i'm as a player and i tried to stop that in my room. I thrown out so many holes in my Saddam now getting a hell of a lot more women in there to enjoy you know to enjoy it but I don't know i you know i still love. Seeing some of the young players make a name for themselves I've enjoyed the tournaments and west as as we speak. I have one coming up this. This sunday But for myself you know it. I've moved onto a different a different stage of my poker life. You might say and of course women in poker always a favorite topic ours on the show. i've been pleasantly surprised at the number of women to play in our dana room. That of the regulars that are in there and probably a good twenty five percent between maybe twenty are women and They're they're on a regular basis and you get all the different personalities of that as well so pretty cool but The one thing that was very interesting on the world poker tour was a recent that was won by chad. Eva's ledge who is from south lives in south florida originally an indiana native but he won a big tournament on the p. t. at the venetian five thousand dollar By in maine of any one nine hundred ten thousand but the interesting thing about that tournament was they got to the final tv tv table. Six players three men and three women which.
"dan smith" Discussed on KCRW
"So in the case of the burger it, you know, it just holds it together so that it's not just a crumbly mess in general corn starch. I mean, it's you know, it thickens things, which maybe that's the chef in me, but I don't like a sauce to be literally the texture of water. Tend to You know, I want things to have a little more staying power than that. So I tend to think and then a tiny bit. I'm sure the current starts in that burger must also given a nice crispness when you serious it does yet so the outside gets nice and crunchy. It's awesome. You have a deep relationship with broccoli, and I'm wondering why. I don't know. I mean, like, who can just explain Love? I'm not a poet, and I'm not a chemist, but I don't know It's delicious. It's my favorite thing to eat. Really. It's you're absolutely favorite thing to eat. I mean, it depends on the day, I suppose. But like Generally speaking, it's the thing that I want to eat more than anything else. I wonder if that's because you live in New York, and for a lot of the year it's the only vegetable you can get. Well, I mean, it's a short growing season here in the East Coast of most of the broccoli that we eat out here comes from California. But There's always broccoli at the grocery store. There's not always broadly at the green market, but sometimes there is okay, so I have to ask you where you stand on the hot dog Burrito sandwich debate. Meaning is a hot dog, a sandwich and as a burrito a sandwich. Yes. I mean, I obviously love sandwiches, so I'm pretty inclusive. Also, I find like Those kinds of food debates kind of weird. Because does it really matter? I'd probably offending lots of people right now, aren't I? But I tend to include all things. And the sandwich category. I could make anything a sandwich if I wanted to be, But I guess I also just I'm very confident so on that making anything a sandwich thing I have to read you and Eddie Wong quote. Okay, he said about your cookbook quote. I've always said that if you want white people that understand your culture, you should put it on bread. In the tradition of pairing the other with simple carbohydrates. Tyler Court has written a book about sandwiches. So that finally white people may understand the culture of self hating, neurotic New York chefs. If you're not the best quote, it is the best. But when he sent that to me, I was and I sent it to my editor, and I was like, all right, guys, I got the call from Eddie. Here goes And I was like, Are they gonna are they like? Are they gonna print that on the back of my book, but they did. And they were actually really excited about it. And what do you think of it? What do I think of it? I mean, I don't think I knew when I asked that there was no way that Eddie was going to write a quote for me. That didn't make fun of me at least a little bit. No, I think it's I love it. I think it's great. And I do you really think it is true that people accept so much that they may be afraid of? If it's between two pieces of bread? Sure. Absolutely. Absolutely. Although I you know that is something that is like Cause it wasn't that long ago That people are like Brackley sandwich. What are you talking about? You know, but Yeah, but I guess the idea of a sandwich has changed. And that's good. And I think you know, maybe I helped With that way. All need a mission. We only the mission and patient investors. Yeah, that that is so true. The sandwiches on your menu have great names. There's like Dan Smith will teach you guitar, which is named after the dance. Smith guitar lesson flyers that are stuck on every telephone pole in New York City. How do you come up with the names? Hmm? Again. I drink a lot, And that makes me think I'm really funny. And then I come up with these clever things that I don't like a lot of the ones in the cookbook. Admittedly, like I was several them. I've been interviewed a couple times with the book and they company have been like what Did you come to the name for this one? And I'm and I'm like I honestly I don't remember like I know that it was something really clever, and I'd like did some research on like this one Weird Herbie Hancock record. But I can't remember what that name was about. So you know, I don't know. They all come from from like weird, goofy trains of thinking, I suppose so. The ice cream sandwich. Do you consider it a sandwich? And do you have one at the shops? The ice creams and that we don't cause Doesn't that seem like maybe too much sandwich like to have to eat a sandwich and then have a nice cream sandwich. We talked about it. Well, I think you need to do it. You know, the Neopolitan Serve ice cream in a warm brio show. Yeah, and that sounds awesome. You know, I'm not opposed to it, but no, I we have never served one. Well, I hope you think about it. I will. But the one thing that you do a lot that we all do it home and are sometimes ashamed to admit it. Is we put potato chips or or corn chips in our sandwiches, right? But that's just awesome. I don't know why anybody would be ashamed of that. Before we open the sandwich shop. I was like we should open a sandwich shop. We should put potato chips on all the sandwiches, and that just seemed like a really good idea. And are they aren't there? Not on all the sandwich and no, they're not there. But they have always been in a couple of people like that. William Wegman. Yeah, so he did the drawings or the photograph. He just did the like 10 or so drawing that open each chapter there's so fantastic. He took old cookbooks. You know, he'd cut an image out of it. And then he would kind of extrapolated from there are the dogs part of your customer base? E mean? I send that the dogs were sitting next to him while he did those pieces. Their spirit is in there, but I don't think they've ever eaten one of my sandwiches. Well, thank you so much. You know, it's a hilarious book, but it's not a gimmicky book. Thank you. I did my best. I wanted it to be. Funny that I wanted it to be useful, and I wanted it to be. I just wanted to be the best thing that I could make, and that was different from The other things out there. I'm definitely going to plunder the condiments in the book. Good Do Yeah, And, you know, I wonder because I feel like I've got a lot of questions about some of the more difficult things Since it came out, and I guess maybe I you know, I don't know. Maybe I didn't do enough. Here's how you make roast beef and how you make mayonnaise and how you make this pickle, But like, if you just do one of those three things and like by the other stuff You know, the book doesn't have to be that hard. As you could just buy two out of every three ingredients and then assemble, you know, and just make one of the recipes and then make the sandwich. But the thing is, once you have that condiment. You're going to find a million other ways to use it If it's sitting there in your refrigerator. Yes. So please make all the Economist. Thank you very much. Tyler. It's my pleasure. And again. Thank you so much for having me in for like in the book. I appreciate it so much. Tethered cord's book is a super upsetting cookbook about sandwiches. Want to know something super cool and not upsetting at all about sandwiches. There are so many great ones right here in Los Angeles that you don't have to make one yourself after the break we hear from one of Ellie's best sandwich makers stay close. Support comes from immaculate heart, high school and middle school. 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"dan smith" Discussed on KTOK
"Exactly as you were trained you saw something and you said some of the police chief Russell Jack goes school resource officer eighty miles away in Oshkosh also recovering after being attacked by a student to stab him yesterday he shot back injuring the sixteen year old this incident was isolated to this encounter police chief Dan Smith another Wisconsin school also closed others heightened security amid other online scares Jeff man also fox news a man dies trying to save his dogs from a frozen northern California link and crews arrived at the lake caring for the search they saw a coat in the water that's when we realize that there is potential there an owner human might be in the water also lake valley fire captain Perry Quinn crews recovered the body of thirty nine year old David Schmidt the dogs were taken to a vet for treatment a Florida couple gets a big surprise after buying a baby toy from a goodwill store and finding a rifle in the box the baby bouncer was only ten box and no extra charge for the gun a semi automatic rifle which was in the sealed box not revealed until was taken as a gift to a baby shower when the father to be opened it up and exclaimed you guys got me a gun Crestview Florida police say if they want to keep the gun they can Gary bomb garden fox news and New York kicks off the Christmas season with the lighting of the tree at Rockefeller Center huge crowds filling the streets last night for the eighty seventh annual ceremony I'm Carmen Robert this starlight lounge presents I wrote this next song from Cheyenne should never have told her how progressives collision insurance covers injured dogs and cats she said if they could love her pooch is much as she did so good high well I could this next song is called cat person you was over run the cat.
"dan smith" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Recent shootings the first shooting in Waukesha after police say a seventeen year old student armed with two pellet guns pointed one of them Monday at a school resource officer that student shot three times to the students he did exactly as you were training you saw something and you said something police chief Russell Jack goes school resource officer eighty miles away in Oshkosh also recovery after being attacked by a student to stab him yesterday he shot back injuring the sixteen year old this incident was isolated to this encounter police chief Dan Smith another Wisconsin school also closed others heightened security I made other online scares Jeff man also fox news a man dies trying to save his dogs from a frozen northern California link and crews arrived at the lake caring for the search they saw a code in the water that's when we realize that there is potential there an owner human might be in the water also lake valley fire captain Perry Quinn crews recovered the body of thirty nine year old David Schmidt the dogs were taken to a vet for treatment a Florida couple gets a big surprise after buying a baby toys from a goodwill store and finding a rifle in the box the baby bouncer was only ten box and no extra charge for the gun a semi automatic rifle which was in the sealed box not revealed until was taken as a gift to a baby shower when the father to be opened it up and exclaimed you guys got me a gun Crestview Florida police say if they want to keep the gun they can Gary bomb garden fox news and New York kicks off the Christmas season with the lighting of the tree at Rockefeller Center huge crowds filling the streets last night for the eighty seventh annual ceremony.
"dan smith" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Lose so be it. We'll we'll fight next week I don't think it does any good to double the ticket by using the union. Like I said I'm just GonNa go with warm and move on well and and there's there's not not just the talent level question or or positive associated with warm in this spot there's also a pace factor because mortal storm is the only speed and essentially the situation for Alex. CINTRON is the set up shop and just you know basically pick and choose when to attack mortal storm because Really warm is tactical speed and can sit close You know one the last time they tried the you know this this distance. There's a lot to like about this spot for warm. I very much agree and especially for those that there are going to try to tip toe around on budget issues. We stay at Laurel and go right to the ninth. And in this case another opportunity going the flat flat mile but these are twenty five thousand dollar maidens had this four three as the as with with the one at the B I. I went with bold trek. I know his lone dirt race. Wasn't you know VAT good But you know let's just look at it from a buyer perspective whether you like them or you don't like him I I use them as nothing else. As a point of reference this guy was beaten a length of a stretch but he ran forty two so the race was obviously sleep. Superfast seven on the rocks off the screen puts up a big number and now bowl. Trek goes to the TURF. Any really has improved in the run last time where he got out the two turns Really really improved. So I think he's going to have foundation on the cutback there will be a demanding one turn mile Enslave at the bottom line is I don't really trust any of the dirt courses either You know I'm kind of trying to get maybe a little funky look for a fresh new face here and Dan Smith we know how good of a job he does..
"dan smith" Discussed on Scale The Podcast
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"dan smith" Discussed on The Grid
"The analogous situation and then like think about how you're applying your strategy and sometimes there's the solver breezy strategy that might have five bet sizes and he's WANNA simplify down to one or two so you have to be cool headed enough to do that in a short amount of time. That sounds really any difficult. Poker is a very hard game. I very regularly feel lost when I'm playing when a situation comes up I legitimately we don't know what to do hand yesterday. When I got put all in on the river for two point seven x pop on the end and I had no idea a what frequency supposed to bluff catch the river with I had a pair and fluster blocker on a paired board flush comes in and I thought it could have been a a pure fold or also could imagine a situation where my hand the blocker effects are quite good night thirty seconds no idea what to do. What did you do I folded in. Did you look it up later using his alter. It was a beautiful. Did you find out from friends. Who knew this better than you or did you look it up on piles pile. My flop but size was inaccurate. Though I bet too big I had theory that there's so many different mental qualities to make a good player in each single. One of them is like pretty easy easy but finding all of them in the same person is like pretty rare. Can you give a few examples like the ability to be patient the ability to not get emotional after losing a big pie the ability to not get over-excited when you're doing really well seems like there's like ten of them in the not to feel under confident when you played one hand slightly badly not to get overconfident when you're running over the table they all seem so simple and people who have them all naturally. It seems easy sometimes to them. I don't think it's easy to anyone in the even certain great players make mistakes. Some people have like near photographic memory of ability to like remember the pre flop charts. I don't and I will have hands. I'll just raise a hand is supposed supposed to be folded or I'll call the big blind. That's I've looked up before. That isn't a call. Everyone at every level makes mistakes. Magnus Carlsen meeks makes a bad move. Let's say one in every twenty five moves. I think a similar thing happens in poker. Being aware of your strengths is totally valid thing and if you make Thomas H is not the end of the world you just gotTa keep playing and those mistakes that you mentioned are pretty small mistake right like in terms of EV calling Jackie plows instead instead of Jack Nine blocks or something yeah. It's not that expensive. Sometimes you can make a much bigger mistake nick when they say you are one hundred eighty big blinds deep and you're starting to like four bet for stacks with a hand. That's just not good enough so you have ace ace king off suit and a tie player free bets you out of the blinds. There are times when I would say for about getting it in with just a complete disaster but it's hard because there are other players who if you're not forgetting them. You're leaving money on the table and that's something that comes up in chess to that. The size of the mistake is so important right that you know in chess were always looking at the computer output where we go from plus two to plus half. That's like really bad right whereas in poker it seems like people you're more focused on the binary lake. Whether it was wrong it was right. I think people are aware of some mistakes. Don't really matter and some mistakes are just like completely absolutely unforgivable intrigue antic. I guess sometimes the binary thing like even if you raise eight five suit and under the gun would the cost of that mistake in isolation's probably not that bad if you raise eight five suited probably raising also all the other hands that are better than that unless it was like a one off thing where the person is upset and did it but it's probably indicative of a the bigger problem. There's some debate about the main event and how much people can open tournament with so many emitters what would be the largest amount that you would it open at a table in the main event. I mean there are situations when I would raise any to on the button which is a pretty big deviation. I wouldn't do anything too crazy raising like under the gun even if people are still playing somewhat tight the probability of eight people having decent hand still exist against raising seven to offset right on the button so you mentioned emotional control and poker and I want to hear more about your one of the organization. That's important to you strong minds right. That's I'm trying to help women who are depressed in Uganda and can you tell us more about how you got involved in that and what they do for many years. I've been looking for a charity thirty that is involved in the mental health space the charities that I've selected over the years I believe of all been cost-efficient like dollar for dollar. Doing a lot of good looking game for charity in the mental. Health space is tricky because the brain is expensive to work on and hard to get results. If you imagine like being in a major city getting somebody therapy it would be very very expensive generally strong minds. I liked the idea of putting together women in these therapy sessions they had data on it. I also liked supporting a little bit of a smaller organization. If their budget is in the two to three million range I can raise an amount of that feels very real compared to a charity that might have one hundred million dollars when I'm a drop in the the bucket from a personal satisfaction level I enjoy being a little bit more involved and given that I've had my own issues with mental health over the years I around it like closer to my heart and I want to help people in the same situation and this is very cost effective because it's group therapies so you mentioned that you pay one hundred dollars and and how much group therapy twelve sixty to ninety minute sessions and it is very often someone who took place in it that that ends up leading the next one World Health Organization or whatever it took a three letter acronym for free. It's called if you read what they have to say on ways to treat depression and anxiety. A strong winds is doing exactly what they recommend in. What have you found. Most effective hasn't been one on one or was it more Hyogo. What was the number one infective thing for you for for me. Meditation has been on days. I don't meditate. I notice a very stark difference. I had one of the more intense experiences of my life. The first time I did a guided meditation and I've been meditating almost every day since seven or eight years later I would say meditation exercise are unbelievable tools and is is generally when I'm taking care of myself. I notice like a very very stark difference. Is there a higher incidence of depression in poker players and in the general population lesion but seems very very likely. I think you deal with more turmoil. More isolation also could imagine some of the traits in an depressed people might also be traced to lead them to spend many hours alone study on their computer. I think my own bouts with depression have been involved in making me such a great player. I would say it was like a multi year thing where I didn't realize that was in how you're supposed to feel 'cause it was just the way that I felt but I thought it was. It was very useful in allowing me to like grind through downswings. When something would go wrong I kind of I would just wouldn't feel anything either way I would just flatlined and I think also so having overcome then Kinda just believe anything is possible see think depression and could be an ingredient to success in poker because being able to grapple with the vicissitudes of depression allow you to deal with the ups and down to poker. This is a little bit of a cop out but I believe that almost anything it could be turned into a positive if he is if you frame it the right way and the way that you respond to and mental health and depression do you also experience like upswings. Where're uh you you feel super. Happy sometimes or is it mostly just downswings mentally I would say a bit more even keeled than most a little hard to rattle in both directions options. I still go through like several months like multiple month periods where I wake up and I would say like deep down. I truly believe that it's going to be a wonderful day and sometimes I go through anxious or depressed periods where I wake up and it's like but nowadays the good days really outnumber. The bad days six is in in general. How do they rank on your favorite hands. I cannot think of any very large hands that one with sixes but I'm certainly never going to forget get his hand against Rainer. I'll say twenty-six Abraham Yeah. That's what I was looking for. I was looking at me just like randomly pick out a number. Three is my favorite numbers so maybe I should have figured that one but let seems a little bit high given how many sweet student hands are yeah and also I mean. It sounds like you have a poor memory for open in a way. Maybe it's a positive memory because you had this revelation afterwards adds. I am very happy with where I am in my life and who knows what results would have changed what I mean in that also ended up being my best summer ever poker wise. I I am all around like pretty comfortable with where I am and like my relationship.
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"When I think I've made a mistake it it could be painful. It's not like I'm in complete control of my emotions. I got third place in the try in super high roller this year in jail and despite the fact that cashing for one point three million dollars. There's a lot of money I was really pissed off end pretty awful move for a few hours just similar to hand in the Super High Roller Bowl where you bobble. It's just very disappointing disappointing to be on TV and not succeed even if it doesn't have a major change in your life. If you win you get emotionally invested in the tournament at that moment in time. The one point three million dollars was the worst I could have done so that became my new baseline reality and I started firing for like the three point five million dollar first prize so what about people for whom their inner tournament situation because it's a big field and maybe a shot at they're taking once or twice a year for something like like the p. s. p. c. or the W soapy main their life will change a lot. If they get lucky or unlucky they wouldn't be able to have this hot yoga. Uh Reputation that everything was so what would be the way for somebody like that to deal with after disappointing loss yeah that's hard. A lot of these situations. are much easier when your financial secure. Everyone's situation is different. You take a step back and you're able to enter a ten or twenty five thousand dollar tournament. Life is probably good on some level. I think people have all these crazy unrealistic expectations with the main event when for most people say you're one in five thousand listen to win almost never happens sears for pros because there's about eight nine thousand players in the tournament so you're giving them link about two you too entries worth the chances to win yeah and then for a super high roller. How much bigger do you think that would be one in. How many without giving it huma throttle guests? I am thousand to one twenty each year. My heart wants to say it's more likely than that and then I could maybe accumulated huge stack and apply pressure on the tables over the logical part of my brain just kind of thinks there's a cap it you can only win so often also with big fields. There's some weird math stuff stuff going on that. I don't think anyone really understands how it works. Liamine weird master compounding probabilities odds of running a stack. How do our allies change in a five hundred player field versus eight thousand they get bigger but is proportional is like magnify huge degree. I feel like everyone is just guessing. So what do you think the the most surprising thing to people would be allowed the super high roller tournament in the most surprising thing about the way that people play or the the culture. I don't know if this is surprising. I think it is very cool that I could have a good relationship with people for the most part part might only see these people at the poker table when we're competing for big money every so often. I'll get dinner with them and we have fun despite the fact that someone someone just put a beat on me the night before quarter million dollars people mostly do a good job of separating what happens at the table from their personal lives and when you plan it to him in like the WPA CBS soapy main or other large field events like EP teasing WBZ's and you play against professional poker players who aren't at the superhero level. What is like the number one thing that you think indeed do worse like let's say like the five hundred play oversight? The twentieth best is probably pretty worse across the board. The pre flop ranges aren't as precise their bet sizing. It's pretty hard to generalize. Bet Sizing is a very complicated thing and some people sometimes you play with a media regular. It's pretty clear they don't understand how best sizing is supposed to work in terms of exploits mostly theory if someone is a tier three player and they're playing against me. They should be playing their best theoretical game if you're not a great player and you're trying to exploit me. She's not gonNA work out. If you're playing against me you should be playing close to your best strategy and I if I am seeing people's best strategies. They are often not very good in is it that they're sizing is just bad across the board on certain types of flops not geometric. What's sometimes times you just see a bad size. That should never be used in any situation. There is a cost to reopening the action and I think people are sometimes not aware of that so you're saying in a situation for instance where you're in position and you have a small that size and sometimes we just never exist. It doesn't really benefit you in any way and it allows the other person to raise you. Sometimes see that kind of thing from professionals who aren't at the top tier and how would you recommend those players. Get better at that skill. I think a thing that I did well. I wasn't one of the best players when I tried to mimic the way the best players play. If you see Stephen should we do something. It's very different from what you are doing. Try to consider why because he's probably giving it a lot of thought I think with my chest background that came naturally to me where players at all all levels would mimic the best players and then in poker at least many years ago people be playing very differently from the way great players would play in twenty eleven. I started having a breakthrough with my success at the tables and some of it I think was a conscious decision that I was is. GonNa start trying to play more like Phil Ivey so I stopped holding in the big blind and I stopped pulled into three bats and I started betting bigger across the board like closer to Potter over bedding rivers and I started having a lot more success. That's pretty amazing. It seems so simple fake to start playing more like he'll ivy and like start playing more like Magnus Carlsen Maybe it's different because I am so much better at poker but I would find the idea of playing like a chess player much more challenging yeah because in Chas Chas the tree is just so much faster because you have to play like Magnus Carlsen for so many moves. There's no thing of candidate moves in poker. I think I think I guess maybe you can turn crazy hand into a bluff entrust. Sometimes these players make a move. I haven't considered and I feel like in poker. That shouldn't really happen where you're at least at the point where you could know what the options are but maybe just a very good poker player. 'em Mediocre occur chess player and I just can't see clearly enough in chess. What is the strongest players in the world are playing an opening like Berlin. which may not be as effective for or an amateur player for those of you listening? You don't play chess. Berlin is kind of a very dry opening that you can play for with black and you're much more likely to get a drawl. If if you played really well and you have a really well prepared and sometimes it could even take an aggressive player like area Kasporov off balance and you can win with would that be analogous to somebody just kind of showing coming up and seeing stevie over bet and not executing it correctly. I mean couldn't there be kind of a corollary there. I think you make a good point and I would change what I'm saying to only people who are playing at a relatively high level even at my level in chess a realization I had. I don't need to play the GT openings. I'm not going to be able to replicate with computer does so if you're playing ten twenty five cent with your friends and you're not using the perfect rangers. It's GONNA GONNA be okay. I'm certainly not going to play the Berlin anytime soon so I maybe it's a little bit of a contradiction there but I guess in poker. You're forced in the same situation. Everyone has folded to them on the button and then they race and you might see Stevie fold king five off suit when you would have raised it a situation that you will exactly in that I think is more like okay. We're on move nine of the Berlin and an place the Berlin a well. Let's say Fabiano plays. Ta You could be in the exact situation when in chess I thank avoiding like playing your opening to your strength is more appropriate. Is there an example of like a bet size or a thing in poker that people do you immediately realize that they haven't really we study very much small bets in position and that's not to say they don't have their place that they can be used. Sometimes I think it's somewhat common to to see a bet that misused I mentioned in the Inter that you're applying for the protest league team. The MONTCLAIR Sopranos you had a very glorious victory this year against four-time US champion Alexander Shaw one of the most creative players in the United States. I'm a huge fan of Shaba as we call him so that's pretty awesome. What is the feeling L. Ing of happiness comparing doing poker and doing while in Chasse this is going to sound ridiculous but I was feeling more like hike and emotional after that game then I am after cashing medium tournament for six figures. I I won fifty thousand dollars yesterday at the area and I didn't really feel anything. It's just another day at the office. Sometimes you win. Sometimes you lose. Sometimes it rains when I played that game of chess. I was real uh-huh hyped so there's no pokharel aid that I've been doing this for so long. If you make the stakes big enough I think I still would get very excited but I kind of you gambling as a drug in an after you've been doing it for so long like the hit required to get high like playing playing a fifteen hundred dollar event of the world series. Won't do it anymore. You know the concept for this podcast. The grid is partly based on Chasse as we're talking about an eight by board versus a thirteen by thirteen board as as a chess player. I mean we both know that. Visualization is probably the number one thing in chess to become a great player to be able to visualize accurately and also will visualize the right things so is there any poker corollary to that the ability to visualize ranges. I have really really bad spatial awareness so so maybe that's why I'm not a better chess player poker such big game. It's really hard to pinpoint certain things. Emotional control will is pretty huge and there's a shortage of elite players who are hotheads so. I think that is pretty important. I guess maintaining your composure is going to allow you to execute the strategy that you worked on these tournaments shot clocks so then you're thirty seconds you have to like come come up with the size of the pod and then think about.
"dan smith" Discussed on The Grid
"In total from aces to seven days officer each episode. I'll interview another top poker player personality -ality about their hand once combos taken. It's gone so this podcast will become progressively more difficult as hands like ace. King are moved from the Grad head. Whether you spend hours poring over grids as you study poker loved listen history possible grinding cash or just interested in absurd scavenger hunts. We're GONNA. It has some the dealer of feeling it hit me. They see he's also data says hello. Everyone welcome back to agreeing with a very special guest today. Dan Smith a super high roller ogre professional who's one more than twenty seven million dollars in live over domains. This is one of the most charitable poker pros and you definitely want to look for his double up dry that happens at the end of each calendar year raises millions of dollars for some of the most effective charities charities in the world including works like the against Malaria Foundation and strong minds. I also personally know Dan from the chess world where he plays in the protest league for the Montclair on Claire Sopranos. Hey Dan thanks so much for coming on to talk about a pocket pair in a super high stakes by thanks going to be fun yeah so tell us a little bit about the hand. Where.
"dan smith" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Texted mayor picture, like, Dan. All right, Dan, thanks. You're standing up for what's right man. Appreciate everyone all over town is now going to start barricading cars, whether they need to be barricaded is the Dan Smith barricade movement. I love it. Thank you for joining us stand. Appreciate you being so level headed when we get back, so celebrating people who don't reproduce, a local politician is all over that introduced a measure to make that happen. We'll talk about that right now. Get a traffic report from Tracy Taylor behind a scheduled sailings right now. If you are planning on taking the San Juan ferry route, the L, LA is about thirty five minutes behind schedule. The chalance twenty minutes behind schedule in the telecomms about twenty minutes behind schedule as well drivers are gonna run into a detour in ROY highway five zero seven this is out near Eastgate road. That is a deadly crash investigation underway. No ETA oh, and they're going to open the roadway. However, like I said detour is in place. New wreck on eastbound five eighteen and that's out near. Ninety nine that crashed there is causing some problems since it's in the center lane structure fire being worked on from a shoreline fire. It's one hundred forty fifth in Linden avenue. North of drivers are still running into nothing but brake lights northbound I five outside of the U district pretty much into parts of Mountlake terrace once again after the Boeing freeway all the way up towards marine view drive that crash heading southbound marine view drive has been cleared out of the way. Traffic brought to you by dominos. Love seattle. Get fifty percent off all menu-priced pizzas. When you order on Domino's dot com. Online only valid through June. Sixteenth at participating locations, availability, and charges may vary. Kiro radio realtime traffic, I'm Tracy Taylor. In focus, so it's not a online college. It's not learned from home. It's a new form of anti college can it replace.
"dan smith" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Hanging out with this a little bit. Thanks. You're listening to have you do that on the radio on the smart. Speakers at home and mother's day. Now that's the past Father's Day round this weekend. So what about folks who don't have kids is a local politician? He wants to have. I didn't do no reproducing day celebrate folks. It enough gets given their day. So we'll talk about that. So what happens in you. Go toe to toe with the rideshare company. One of the people who drops a cars, all ran, Dan, Smith, manages a property, and with someone illegally parked car to go. We talked to him earlier, remember this weeks ago. Now he held the car hostage for weeks. I felt deeply deeply love with the man, I feel as if he decorated the vehicle area, not holding it hostage. He did decorated. He put up a tiny a tidy little fence thought it was well designed. And I thought it didn't stop protecting the vehicle. Yeah. It was an active protection like you would take someone captive and hold them for their own protection. Right. That's, that's maybe that's how I felt. In was helping. Yes, Dan is helper. So Dan, got some form of settlement with the company, Dan Smith joins us Now, Dan will come back to candy mica Joe. Hi. How are you doing? I'm better man. I'll tell you. My, my crush is not permanent a hate to tell you that I know you're meant to health professionals, so we can deal with that too good way. But you won her you, you one. You trounced him it's you stop them. Dan, did you feel like this was a victory? I felt like it was a win win. It turned into the way neighbor should behave, and I think a business people as neighbors. So it went in the right direction. Did you ever find out who parked car there? No, I well, I was never given their name, but is given some details in, and it was parked pretty cavalierly frivolously. So I think they got plenty of charges charge back to them. So that may be the most out of spying thing. Yeah. So we we read a little bit of the media coverage. But we know that, you know, you and I and Kane Mike was developed a pretty good relationship. So we wanted to ask I know you can't disclose the details of the settlement. But let me ask you this here. Is it like paper or something that you put in your pocket or? Well, I, I just got a, you know, money settlement, but it pretty much covered expenses and damages and, you know, I dropped the sixty five dollars a day hydrog that once I found out the situation that made me soften to their position a little bit more. I bet you got a little extra. I mean you got did they give you a share of the Mercedes, like, maybe? So then you could hang around your neck higher. Okay. No, no, no real. Honestly it did. Because I part of, you know, half the settlement went right back to the renters. Because the, the renters on the property, get pretty harassed by one customer so half of it went right to them to say. Hey, sorry make you know forget about it. And the rest basically did just cover the, the materials and time for the fence. You know, that, that's basically we just come fair and square. And then and I think the other part that the non monetary part was Carta go gave me, a lot of racial differences, about how, you know, how they will hold those people accountable that, you know, that goes a long way that gives you a sense of Justice, you actually ended up the whole situation feeling pretty positive about the company if I remember correctly from the story. Yeah, yeah, the, the Nishel problem started with a mistake by new person in the car to go system, if she didn't route it properly to manager, and that's what allowed the car to stay active, which was my biggest concern that they're trying to rent this car off my property. So when I found, I mean everybody's been new when you make some dumb mistake job, so you know, that made me softened up a bit that it was a, you know, it was a new person mistakes, if it happens again car to go if it happens again. Call us let us let us handle the negoti because I'm sick at the sixty five bucks a day. So if you're not familiar, Dan had helped a car to go live in the space, where it was parked until the company had come in and said, hey, let me help you work this out of we can get it off your property in the future. Dan, could this happen again or did car to go say, hey, here's what we're going to do? So it doesn't happen. Well, yes. And that was my concern. My concern was they didn't have any policies in place like you don't even care about working this out. They do if car if my original call would have gotten routed properly, it would have been taken care of right away. So, so that was my I was glad to hear that. All right. I probably I probably won't rent a car Dan and coming parking in your property and leave it there. Yes. Just to test the system, I probably won't do that. I think part one of the kind of fun parts of the whole thing was people that go by, and I'd be out there, and they'd wait and thumbs up, then somebody came in. Who did that? We came in hung in American flag up a girl texted mayor picture, like, Dan. All right, Dan, thanks. You're standing up for what's right man. Appreciate everyone all over town is now going to start barricading cars, whether they need to be barricaded is the Dan Smith barricade movement. I love it. Thank you for joining us stand. Appreciate you being so.
"dan smith" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"News room and streaming on the KIRO radio app. The big wildfire near Royal city in central Washington is essentially out, everybody will be out of here by noon, and then we have to striking probably about fifty sixty people, and they're going to be staying monitoring putting out whatever might pop up in the interior, the outside trimmer is totally secure and black and cold. Command two, four three fire spokesman Michael Krieger says the fire charter more than twenty thousand acres. It is eighty five percent contained no homes, were damaged and no one was injured economic boy's mom and stepdad are under arrest after he brought a bag of meth to his elementary school, very brave. It had to be extremely hard for him to do that. Tv reports the kid found the drugs in his home. He took it to school in handed the meth to an employee after interviewing the boy police searched his house, and they found sentinel pills, and other drug paraphernalia kids. Parents were busted for drug possession, and we're booked into the county jail, the boy and his young sister were taken into protective custody by CPS. Remember the story about the Seattle property, owner or property landlord putting a fence around a rideshare car parked at his Queen an apartment complex will it sounds like he enshrine share now have reached a settlement and the illegally parked Mercedes Benz has been removed from his lot. Dan Smith tells the Seattle times he reached a settlement with the company now while he couldn't say how much he was paid. He was demanding sixty five dollars a day, impound fee, which he waved Smith was previously seeking three hundred dollars for the fence supplies, and a five hundred dollar renter. Harassment fee..
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"Tracy Taylor. Now from Cairo radio news room and streaming on the Cairo radio app. A police have arrested a suspect who was accused of beating a woman into unconsciousness and raping her for more than an hour. The alleged crime is shocking enough. But now we're also learning the suspect is only fifteen years old. The victim was left for dead. In a secluded area near the river on may twenty ninth while we did bring him in preventive you last night. The evidence was compelling enough where he just admitted that he had in fact committed the crime. Police commander. Dave Liebman tells us they put together surveillance footage that shows the teen following the victim on a bus from Seattle than leading her to the river and then raping her. They also say they have video of the teen trying to sell the victim's phone, the next day police in mill creek or unraveling what happened leading up to a shooting at a Safeway parking lot overnight, a twenty four year old called nine one one saying another driver had followed him to the store and confronted him about his driving when the sixty year old allegedly pulled a gun. The younger man opened fire. Critically injured the injuring the older man detectives pulled surveillance footage. And they say it looks like the sixty year old was in fact pointing something during the altercation. Investigators also found a handgun in his car a years long fight over redeveloping Seattle's fort Lawton could be coming to a close as Cairo radio's Aaron Grenell reports of vote next week should give the project the green light thirty five acres of land sit next to discovery park. Once a former army base the military could transfer some of the land for free. We have a unique chance to gain ownership over a significant portion of the property at no cost if it is used to build the housing. You know, it's a woman through some skit assist the city wants to build nearly two hundred forty affordable units, including supportive housing for formerly homeless seniors and veterans more than half the land will be used for Greenspace, but some neighbors argue all of fort Lawton should become part of discovery park. Others very about the potential for drug use. The city will likely vote to approve the project this Monday. The park. Working showdown between Seattle property manager and car two. Go has been resolved both sides, apparently happy three weeks ago. Dan Smith put up a metal fence around Mercedes Benz that was parked in attendance spot on Queen Anne. He's decided to hold that car hostage after he couldn't get the car sharing service or police to move it initially he was demanding that the company pay hundreds of dollars for fence supplies, impound fees, and even a renter. Harassment fee. But now the Seattle times reports they have worked out in agreement for an undisclosed amount and car.
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"Let's go to Randi cop. Thank you. Randy get after noon. Thank you for taking my call got two items that I'd like to cover with you go. I'm in the process of looking for car, I can either go new or used so for the new I'm looking at Honda Accord and wanted to find out if you had a dealer or contact that you want to recommend court. Of course, I do. You wanna go down and see Dan Smith at Huggins, Honda over and Hearst. Very good. That was easy. Dan's good guy, Dan's guy, my buddy, David albatross who have had on the show many times general manager there. I've known Ronnie Huggins, I've known Ronnie since he was a pup. I was there when the original dealership open back in nineteen eighty or eighty one. So very good. That's that's an important year for me because that's when I graduated well as a matter of fact for those old enough to remember, gene Huggins had moved here. I want to say North Carolina, and there they had a band there back when dealerships did stuff like that? And Jerry max lane played to the crowd. So they were doing country and western music for people buying Hondas. Well, I'm not sure that actually lined up, but we all knew Jerry max. And he was a good guy. So ask for Don. Smith, not run. But Don Smith, Dan as in. Yes. Dan smith. Okay. All right next question. I'm also considering used car I live CD players. I've got too many CD's don't. Randy. You were living in the past baby. You know this. I know a mind a modern CD player is your smartphone. No. But okay, now, you know, I do a moment. Rock and roll history. Right. Yes. And also do classic tracks in the first hour of the show. So if I can't it all the CDs in the CD racks in my studio, how many would you guess I would have thousand about fourteen hundred fifty CD's. Okay. When was the last time, you think I've pulled a CD out of my CD racks, the cover a good portion of the wall. Oh, two years ago. Maybe fifteen. And I would take them to half price books. Other than the fact I don't need to be ripped off that bad and spend four hours getting ripped off that bad. But I simply put them into my computer, and it actually translates into a little over eight hundred songs. When I got rid of all the duplicates. I have time to do that. I've got a lot of seedy I had over fourteen almost fifteen hundred of them now. Wait a minute. Wait a minute gets better. I actually went and dated the songs. So if I want to say, I'm looking at music from nineteen sixty five I only have to type and die tunes. Nineteen sixty five and pulls up every song from that year. I have the Mark all the way back to the eighteen nineties because I actually have some songs off the old literally gramophones at Addison made though I have lost and clean, and they're dated back to the eighteen nineties too. But I might need to find a specific song from specific year more than you will Randy. Well, yeah. And and what it is. If they're if they worry used car out there that had a CD player in it that you would recommend what would that be Hicabi? And who might contact to look at something like that? Okay. Randy. I don't know which cars still have CDs. I know my Mitsubishi Electric cars seven years old, and it has a CD player in it. Aspirin. How many CD's I put in it? Zero. There you go. So the thing is changed. Because now on my phone. I have on my phone one hundred twenty songs that I really really like, right? Right. And but my phone is big enough on the size. I could probably put a thousand songs on it. And when we got my wife's Jag, and I'm gonna give Jaguar credit that was the easiest connection between a phone car. I've ever seen it was instantaneous. And so you simply pull up your your phone on the dash. And you say here's a playlist. I wanna hear and you're good. You could you could put enough phones. Enough songs in your phone to drive from here LA and never repeat. You talking to instill has a four so and I'm proud of you. But it's it's a new century Randy. Oh, okay. Remember, I started on eight track tapes right here. How bad are those awful? There you go. But I started on eight track tapes. And I got hip I got cassettes, then I got slightly hip because I had a CD player fairly early on when they had no warmth to them Randy when they're pretty staticky pretty digital sounding. And then I found out you can put all this in the computer, and it's all at your fingertips instantaneously. Little quality. When it went to that MP3. format. There's no doubt an MP three four. Matt is not like listening to the master tape before it was mastered to make the MP three format, but if you're into tunes, they also have the AFC format, which is an even smaller file, and it is slightly cleaner. However at our age our ears of deteriorated enough MP threes, probably sound, okay. To us. Thank you. I appreciate you. Okay. Randy have a good weekend, buddy. We'll be back in a.