4 Burst results for "Daniel Ton"

"daniel ton" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:32 min | 4 months ago

"daniel ton" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Enjoy the news. This. Is the third line news all right? I like these stories, so Daniel Jones will team up with Jason Garrett's as offensive as his offense coordinator the season and he said he's been turning to some cowboys film, and he spoke to one of Garrett's former quarterbacks to prepare himself. You know I certainly did that. You know diving into some of the the cowboys stuff and what they had done in the past You know the rules. Make it tough to Communicate a whole lot about that stuff but I did my best to be prepared for when I could get my anthem I I spoke with Tony Briefly, but you know I didn't. We didn't get into the system before so you know I I look forward to talking to some of those guys and and hearing their perspective on. So, he talked to Tony About Chasing Garrett system. It's got to be difficult for Daniel tons in this position to have to learn an.

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"daniel ton" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:32 min | 4 months ago

"daniel ton" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Enjoy the news. This. Is the third line news all right? I like these stories, so Daniel Jones will team up with Jason Garrett's as offensive as his offense coordinator the season and he said he's been turning to some cowboys film, and he spoke to one of Garrett's former quarterbacks to prepare himself. You know I certainly did that. You know diving into some of the the cowboys stuff and what they had done in the past You know the rules. Make it tough to Communicate a whole lot about that stuff but I did my best to be prepared for when I could get my anthem I I spoke with Tony Briefly, but you know I didn't. We didn't get into the system before so you know I I look forward to talking to some of those guys and and hearing their perspective on. So, he talked to Tony About Chasing Garrett system. It's got to be difficult for Daniel tons in this position to have to learn an.

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"daniel ton" Discussed on Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

11:26 min | 1 year ago

"daniel ton" Discussed on Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

"You again. He's someone who invested. He invested his time. So yeah exactly. We invest in floors. I think a tipping point where that will start to get recognized hopefully in the industry side stuff this gig economy people are just feeling their daddy was forty gigs. A week x pains our the business model has to change. But that's definitely for podcast. The so in terms of you've used the word inclusive so in fact you is your business cold. Yes I promote myself as an inclusive sports development adviser yeah and I use the word inclusive of disability sport. Because I'm passionate about being inclusive and not being disabled sport here. My whole passion is around providing opportunities for disabled people to participate in sport in the way that they want to engage with it. Yeah so that might be disability specific competing all playing with other people with the signing payment similar impairments or it might be participating with non disabled people now. The research suggests that sixty percent disabled people would like to do activity with non-disabled family and friends. Okay so showed either way disabilities forty set up set up for the largely for the thirty percents yet so passionately around more around the sixty percent yet and having said that coach wheelchair tennis specific concessions a specific sessions but also includes spectrum and people see me. Oftens was again put into a box of being very much. The inclusion but mine inclusion has spectrum and at one end segregation segregation where disabled people are playing with people's might be the best way to include them and the way they want to be clear so sport cheer football but difficult for Apache play against disabled without a potential so poucher football is an example of two people included. So there's a there's a complete spectrum is a chance as well again I I don't know even point one percent of what you see. There's a chance that that's not forty percent that don't want to play a purely again. The the way the field or be made to feel as you would hope ten years I think there will be an evolution and I think different people through their lives will be different. My Wife's children part of her open. Her story is when she first got hurt. She was around a lot of non disabled people that she went she went. She went through a period of time. We will care tennis where she wanted to be around. People were in soon situation and then later in life. She's really pushing inclusion in a similar way towards the same person can go through different names and so someone play wheelchair tennis against other disabled place. That part of her life with disabled people but then she went play another sport and not be completely inclusive. So one person can be different points different times yet. But I'm with you. I think going in the future I- society hoped he becomes more inclusive will reflect that having said that contradict myself. I if someone's had an accident or lost their site There's a huge value in them. Initially some point being around people who are in a similar situation and my wife still for example still when she goes to sporting events. We'll still discuss the latest Christian chair. Opportunity share common ground common ground here. And what do you think in terms of? Let's imagine let's pick a D. It's July. Twenty twenty twenty four or five years time we're saying we Wimbledon. And what would you like to achieve or who do you like inclusive sport to look like in five years time? I think when the rams have done is absolutely incredible so I think we'll look to emulate what's happening in tennis. I think they W- logistics committing. There'll be point wheelchair tennis wise. There'll be bigger draws who. I think it'll be interesting to see where the other payment types in terms of evolution. So how far will blind tennis come? At the moment. They only have one international tournament a year. Never had three of those Aso were very young stage version. I don't see them coming into the grand slams in the in the in the near future and that pathway will will continue and high profile. The death the Korean player who broke eighteen hundred. Think there'll be more point about greater inclusion. We'll be more plas- like that who who who come through in the mainstream of starts to Roy. I think they'll be a higher profile. Generally I think in Tennessee which tweeted people have taken his incredible and blind tennis in this country. We talk about it. Most people most people in the world. Coaching was yet heard about two. So that's yeah yeah I think. The growth and visually impaired will be huge. I think in the next few years with the death plea Tampa role model. If they're willing to to be a role model ambassador for that Saturday if things and all the one or two people that could it takes fluids if you look it up in. Scotland Gordon is a national treasure. Yes you in the future if you get the equivalent in. Fort where we used to have Daniel tons chosen. Do use a fantastic player and so again if you get a few people like that then really snowball but my real dream is that this gonNA five years time. I would hope that most tennis clubs who have been inclusive approach so that anybody who wants to play tennis literally anybody can can go to any tennis club in in the UK and feel welcome included here and at the moment blind. Tennessee's very young and he came over to this country in two thousand seven so the activities taking place in indoor centers. And so it's not as visible because there's a new journey that wheelchair tennis wheelchair tennis was first round in the nineteen. Th most of it was played in. What would in indoor tennis initiatives envious whereas now you still in every club. Yeah PEOPLE APPLYING IN CLUBS CLUB WE HAVE ACCESS TO. Yes even seventy years ago. It was seen by clubs. Have a pain. Yes we have to take this. Whoever now it's actually not not changed dramatically. I think that's the ultimate tennis. They'll do get Gwen slim's of put it on on a on a pedestal. Yeah right so here's a question to finish with. What one question do you wish I'd asked you good Christian? Who was that a question or an eighty that you saw it beforehand. You may ask me that. No guess one for For Sixteen total and one of the things I was particularly passionate about the area miss most about not being international seniors. He's doing this type of work. In developing countries where people don't have the same level of opportunity that disabled people have in this country and that I really enjoy that going to countriesin challenging perception and it must be taught must be even tougher in underdeveloped countries because it probably imagine there's a social hierarchy for lack of the yes here and that might be partly through disability but of other reasons as well and what what how many trips but we went to Haiti and it was simply as often the earthquake but not too many quake zones but the the prince was still very heavy. Earthquake damaged said disabled people. We didn't necessarily for to picking there so that was very interesting to see left to like the priority can list yes Attitude globally attitudes are changing. But he's not perfect any means but it's this whole words and I remember having a very awkward conversation with a colleague of mine year pass January actually and it was a writing to quality and I I. My message trying to cross wasn't doing particularly well till later on that because I read was that one hundred percent believe in the equality between men and women hundred percent but for me the real equality comes with its equality between all women and all men yes. It's not men versus women is. Let's sit and the example. He gave across a want. Someone a female to be given the same opportunity in the.

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"daniel ton" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"daniel ton" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"I was always kind of a liberal and politically active, but like I felt myself kind of like feeling like I had to raise my voice. I feel like many people were feeling that way. And if there is some good to come of these really scary times that. Necessary actions taking place. Absolutely, the if you raise your voice, you can be heard and change can happen. And that's what that's what Justice Ginsburg as without a doubt shown us. I absolutely. I think I think the film gives people such great hope that that you the status quo can be shifted, and you can't fight against that. And how important it is with their money to speeches talks on the film about like it's been like this forever. It's been like this for hundreds of years. Why even talk about it? Well, it doesn't change unless we talk. And then when we change the law. It's like, it's only it only happens if we address it exactly end the conversation, you know, the conversation to start and then you shift things without without don's. What was what was the first time Rian the audience the first time that she was there that she saw the film? I saw the first time I saw it with Justice Ginsburg. It was even interesting saying Justice Ginsburg, I know so well as. So I often move between the two, but we all watched it in Washington together, which was. It was just been a fascinating experience. And it was a very very emotional experience for me, and I were in tears. The director. Yeah. Mimi leader, who's done a phenomenal job of of making the story completely human and completely accessible and understanding who Justice Ginsburg as as a as a human being, you know, all the all the trials and tribulations and not backs. The everyone has to know that she's had those two it's really interesting helpful when you when you look at her now, and and see the position that she's got to. But, but it was just it was very special to see the joy on her face on the on the love that she has for the foam because if one person that you about liking it, it's all the other of us you kinda less while the than than than host. I'm approve you touched on a little bit. But the relationship between her and Marty her husband relate husband is so sweet. And he was clearly. Just a true partner in every way to that must've been emotional for her to see that as as army did definitely. Well, the first time they they screened the film Daniels from nephew who wrote the screenplay. He tells the story that I'm just Justice skins bug bust out of the room the film had finished and she walks out of the screening room, and everyone was nervously waiting and then and then Daniel ton to his his mother. His sister said why is she gone said, oh, she's gone to the bathroom. But it was an she came back, and she said how much she should love the foam. But what was interesting is pops. How move should been to see the foam and be reminded oversee of of husband late husband. And that it was interesting when I went to our appointment, and we had we had coffee together. And she was showing me various things Maltese pots and pans. That's still in the kitchen. They don't get used so much now because. Is a terrible cook. But I'm Monchy showed me pictures of Ramadi and just in everyone the love and respect and the and the just being on the same team. And how you know how if? Yeah. Yeah. We don't get many examples of that. A bit of a different vibe. I'm sure then the rogue one press tour. You don't have a Wiki with you. But you have six foot nine army hat along. Justice ginsburg. I would say has the force in hunt. And you can think of and you'd say who has the fullest. It would be wouldn't it?.

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