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"danica patrick" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"Honestly. Escalate to be on not the sports cars not functional. Very. True. Let's ask the final question that we ask every everybody, it's a two parter. So if you could. Take one thing from your sibling. as your own something that you admire about them something that you might lack that you wish you could have. What would that be and then the second part is, what would you take away from them? What would you alleviate from them in their lives to make to make their existence just a little bit better. I would pick her fearlessness. guts never a barrier for her And if I could alleviate one thing. I just men that heart you know. I would probably take your. Your partnership your. True Love. And I would alleviate. Out. One I honestly like it might be superficial but I would alleviate any financial worry like I'd WanNa just give you the ability to. Live the life that you want in an in an integrity, of course, not like buying stupid things but to make sure that you never had to sacrifice for yourselves each other perhaps it might be like a getaway that you wanna do or something for your kids or school whatever it is like I just never want you to worry about that. I think my bags are lighter guys. That's that's that's always strive for. Sibling rivalries executive produced by Kate Hudson and Oliver. Hudson. Producer has also in President editor is Josh windisch music by Mark Hudson Eighteen, a alcon..
"danica patrick" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
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"danica patrick" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"And Brooke Patrick. Get. So, who's the older sister she is? Is it just you too? So. Just to and your age difference about exactly two years. So, boom boom they call Irish twins right now I mean, we're two years apart. Yeah. Is that what it is what is the is like eighteen months almost that's us. That's so cool. So you guys are quickly probably your whole life just like did everything together. Yeah. Although I mean I left I left home and sixteen though for racing. So I would say that are like doing things together got cut short because of that but you have pretty much when I would pretty much when she got to high school when I laughed when she raced like I went to every one of the races I we sold at the same time. To try it like I told data is like, Hey, I want to raise go-carts in. Then we both started at the same time though did you come from a family of racers? Yeah. dowd raced actually our parents met on a blind date snowmobile race back when they were like twenty years old and they were set up by a lady named sue which is my middle name is sue. Kinda destined for it I was my mom was at the snowmobile races with one of her friends that was a girl, and then this Su- set her up on the date with dad and Ramona's captain traction. Her nickname was captain traction. She put like the studs in in the snow in the in the belt, the snowmobile he was captain traction. So you guys where did you grow up Illinois just right on the state line of Wisconsin and Illinois. In fact, we were both born in Wisconsin but we grew up in Illinois. So that's how close we were to the border like the best hospital was in a different state So yeah. We midwestern girls. So racing from the very beginning was everything I mean, that was just what you guys. I mean that was literally the start of a lot of our memories was when we started racing because every weekend, we'd be together whether we were you know in the van driving somewhere or in a hotel alert I mean like you're just always together then every weekend. So that's kind of when we started like just connecting lot more. Yeah I actually don't really have a lot of childhood memories. Before that I mean I really don't I I. Mean I think a lot of people I think it's a little weird and I'm sure there's some kind of shit to unpack because I don't remember a lot of things and I was younger, but I don't and so. Like I'm like Danika? Maybe you should get hypnotize. Yeah if you have a good hypnotist I'd really love to unpack zero to ten. Now growing up like in a small town like that. That must have been that moment Brooklyn you're like, I wanNA raise go car. I remember like there is the bus stop like right across from our driveway. So I would be since I was younger I'd take my little big bird like tricycle in race it around the dry as fast as I could and I thought it was just letting hot shit doing it. In. So then I was like get like to go fast I think like this stuff and so then I told Data I. Think I WANNA race you WANNA raise go-carts show in Roscoe Illinois is that right? I just got that right? Where do you go kart that? Like what are the things that kids do? There's tracks actually like all over really all over the country. The closest one was only like forty five minutes away. So we we just we just signed up and Got Go Kart and started racing the. I mean, the first year we race went to the same track every weekend it was like the same location we did their whole series for the summer but it was a way for us to spend time together as a family was the purpose of it. Really because mom was a stay at home mom dad went worked a ton. So there was. Like they felt that there was a need obviously to get to know my dad gets art ad and so racing was how did it and what is Your Dad do? So he worked in glass like installing commercial Gla- glass two buildings. Storefronts like, yeah storefronts and stuff like that. So. Big like even shopping malls and stuff. So yeah, he was. He was a glazer as they'd say. How was your closeness like? Was it always super tight did you fight? Oh Yeah. For sure how do you remember the fights going one how so we used to fight about close the most number one was always closed like it was you know we had just like gobs of close like we both were had a ton of stuff but for some reason it was like you always wanted something that was in your sister's closet you know and it was like he'd get ready for school and I'm like you Dan good can I am that shirt in you're already dressed in your like might change my mind I don't really think no, you can't do that and I was like you know. I don't remember Santa. Monica. Or? Just, fighting stupid stuff like you know won't had landlines liquid landlines and it was like the phone rang and she'd be like all right racy to the phone and submitting the gullible sister I like sprint it over.
Danica Patrick and Aaron Rodgers Break Up After 2 Years Together
"Danica Patrick and Aaron Rodgers broken up. They called it quits after Ah, two years together. Danica Patrick's team announcing that Within the last 24 hours that they have broken up so that the revenge tour is
Danica, Rodgers call off two-year relationship
"Between race car driver Danica Patrick and the Green Bay Packers Hour and Rogers is over representative For Patrick is quoted as saying they are no longer together. Rumblings of a split first emerged this week when swipe sports report of the former NASCAR driver had Unfollowed Packers quarterback on Instagram. Patrick was also said to be a no show at a recent charity golf event that Roger's a participated to end first linked in early 2018. Patrick spoken November about the idea of getting engaged during a radio interview. W B V M News
Danica Patrick on When She Knew She Wanted to Be a Racing Driver
"What I always find interesting when we interview people who knew from a very young age they wanted to do you are ten was there an a Ha moment that you were like. Oh this is what I WANNA do is. Is there anything else that was interesting to you or was this always driving your passion in the beginning before I wanted to do that at ten. I think the first thing I wanted to be was a veterinarian because I love animals still do and then I wanted to be a singer. But don't ask me to sing and I wanted to be a secretary actually think that was the first thing because my sister and I would pretend secretary with like old calendars. Your phone was plugged in. Yeah Yeah Yeah so my sister and I would do that so I'm going to be secretary then actually might have got him completely backwards secretary singer than veterinarian and then racecar driver. Once I started I just thought well I want to be racecar driver. Kids will say singer. And you're like Oh yes you are like good luck with and then they grow garage that how did you figure out. This was something that your family is GonNa Invest Time and money in for you to be able to do this and then also that you're really good at it Um We tend to like to things that we're good at right. I don't think anybody really likes to do things that are terrible at so it's about finding that which I always say as part of the battle rate it is finding things that you're really good at. I probably wasn't going to be a basketball player. I'm five foot one So that wasn't really going to be very realistic nick for me like you said that kids go. I WanNa be this when I grow will then you have to actually start doing it right so I mean we raced where if I wanted to be the veterenarian I needed to start working at the local local shelter or right. You've actually start doing something. It's just like self care or self help like if you're trying to retrain your brain and think new thoughts and create new patterns. It's great to have an idea but if you don't actually implement something thing that takes steps in making that a reality and practicing it you're never gonNa do it. We went to the tracks so I was like. Oh here we are. We're there a lot of other kids at your age at the track and other girls series at the track. All there weren't other girls really. My sister did try it. I too But Yeah Oh yeah I mean I was in there's age category so I wasn't just wasn't all for one out there from you. Know eight to fifty. It was the eight to twelve twelve to fifteen. What did your parents here about? What made you stand out at ten? What was the skill set that you had that started to get noticed? I heard this way later. Way later. but it was that I wanted to keep going back to the track. I kept asking to go to the track. I don't remember that at at all. I think instant gratification is something rare to come by and with racing. You get that because it's time so I'd come in and I'd be like what what was the lap time you know so I love that process of making it handle better going faster. You know pushing a little further so for me. There was some instant gratification -cation rewards with it but I guess I just kept asking to go and also I am coach -able so I think that's another thing too is is that not. Everyone is comfortable and tell anyone that like I mean. Hey if when you hear me doing a podcast I should ask something else or I'm interrupting too much. Whatever for it is like tell me because I want to do better? You take the feedback. Yeah Yeah I am really curious about your family and how you grew up so you left high school during your junior year to race on the European circuit. And then you move to a on your own and this was all while you were a teenager cracked and we've known you for about nineteen minutes looking at the timer but you seem pretty grounded normal. How did that happen? I don't think that if I had been left to my own devices or had success early on when I was even a late teenager. I don't know high what it turned out. How did how did you get? Yeah well with racing. It's a little interesting because there isn't that Markan time where you aren't with your family anymore. Now yes I did move to England. I was sixteen. I was there for three years pretty much on my own but I he came home and moved back in with my family. You know there was that break like you see in college where somebody goes to college and then they move away and they go play for team they get drafted apted and start to make millions of dollars or hundreds of thousands of dollars in professional sports at the age of twenty one and that just is not how it goes does and racing so much so I think that's part of it being around your family and the norm that you grew up with you know having good values and being undisciplined. Your parents seemed like they were obviously insanely supportive of you and this journey. How did they handle saying daughter? Grow into such a success. Asa a young age I mean I know they were proud like obviously they tell me that a lot on my dad for sure loved racing more than me. I mean it was definitely his thing so I think at times he would kind of project his own feelings onto the situation which wasn't always the best. It wasn't all just like roses but I think accounted They couldn't imagine if I didn't have the opportunity especially with going to England. They're like it's hard but I couldn't imagine that she didn't have the opportunity that'd be even worse. They're they're really supportive and yeah. They weren't scared to let me try either. Sometimes I think parents can project onto their own fear of things. That's one thing being that they didn't have didn't do right. I mean you could be afraid that your child would be endanger. You could be afraid that your child would fail and you're trying to protect them from that but really most all the time. Whatever you're feeling and projecting onto someone else has so much more to do do you than it does with
Danica Patrick on Creating Goals That Last
"Patrick is one of the most recognizable professional female athletes in the world. She succeeded in the male dominated. Industry of professional motor. Sports broke the record for the most top ten finishes of any female in the NASCAR. Actually she almost has too many first female to titles to count. She's been named Time's one hundred. Most influential people list appeared in fourteen Super Bowl ads and grace the cover of sports illustrated. She may have retired from racing. But it's far from slowing down. Danika is also a winemaker clothing designer author and most recently a podcast host. We are so excited to have you Danika. Welcome to the couch. Thanks I'm on a chair. Technically you're we are on the couch. You're on the chair to the chair. Dang it okay edit it is take that as a lawyer would say so they ride it for us to talk to you one of the most celebrated drivers of all time because you were talking to people that are the worst drivers of all time so it just feels like this is a big moment for us. Yeah do you guys have cars. No I had to get better at driving licences which is scary that we were given honestly. I remember when I got my license. I got my license. The day I turned sixteen. You can take classes in school drivers identifiable or or drive right as I believe it was called when I was growing up which is out of school so that you can time it right to get it on your birthday as opposed to waiting till the end of the semester stor anyway so I get my license and I think that I scared my driving instructor because I usually didn't slow down until the car in front mm-hmm backed up as in like I saw tail lights but until they are actually closing the distance between my front bumper and his rear bumper. I didn't break and I freaked him out. Okay I want to get into your background. Just Skim your resume for us. I grew up in Northern Illinois. I was actually born in Wisconsin. Born in beloit late Wisconsin grew up in south boy and I started racing. Go karts when I was ten. My Mom and dad met on a blind date at a race. Some like my mom has been going to the racetrack and my dad has been racing racing since he was a kid. I came along not far after My parents Probably I think they got married in nineteen eighty. There were twenty one. I came along about twenty two years old old and then I started racing at ten and at sixteen I moved to England lived there for three years racing. I left highschool my junior year and got my ged. My good enough diploma And at that point in time thought man I better make this racing thing work and came back to the states. Didn't have a job for a couple of years. But then got taken in by Bobby Ray Hall Hall. Who is a guy who used to race indy cars and had an Indycar team and he started a lower level team for me and that went well and then two years of that and I was racing? Indy cars ours and then I did any cars for seven years and then I RACE NASCAR. For about seven years. There was a little overlap in them but I did each of them for about that long and retired tired in two thousand eighteen super easy. So that's great. I WanNa talk about all this. I have so many questions for you before we kind of dive into how a passion and a hobby became not only your career but really a historic moment for female athletes. What is not on in your wicked pedia or website that we should know about you? I don't know what's on my wikipedia at one point in time on my wikipedia. I went to college. So that's sure as Hell L. Notch as I only have. Ged Did you ever think about going to college. Now Well when I was a kid when I was ten when I started racing I thought I would go to college for engineering so I could learn how to work on my car Because I want to be a race car driver but that was ten and then probably by eleven. I stopped thinking about that. You you had other things now. What do you consider your driving force Pun intended my dreams? I'm just kind of a dreamer so I like to do things. At their furthest extent goals that go beyond something. I think it's important to have goals that. Go beyond the obvious What's the pride of the simplest example is my winery so I make a wine? The name of the wine is SOM- NEOM which mainstream in Latin and if my goal Oh was to make money which I haven't done yet and it's been ten years I would have sold it a long time ago right because that's dumb business but my the goal is not to make money. I believe it will when I- -CCOMPLISH my other goal which is to help people come together from wine To to share and put their phones away and connect like we just don't do so well anymore To go to the valley and Experience Napa Valley and experience since how wonderful it is to just be nature and understand the farming and understand the details of everything the romance of popping the Cork like just the whole thing so so I want to share. That experience helped people. Just feel that. And that's what made me fall in love with it and why I wanted to winery. So that's really my ultimate goal. If it my goal was to make money I would have sold it right so you know. Just have a goal that goes beyond. Let's say another example be fitness if my goal was to lose weight well. What do you do once you've done that? My goal is is to challenge my mind so it keeps me going back into the gym to make up new workout. See what else I can do. See how far or I can push myself Create new challenges new goals like I love the mental challenge of it but if my goal was to be fit well I'm fit now what you're done done. It's like weight. Loss with eating. My goal is to feel good so if my goal is just to lose weight through eating and I do that. Then what you'll never not wanna feel-good I'd eat to feel good. That never ends so. It's about creating a goal that goes beyond something either obvious or more
"danica patrick" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
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"danica patrick" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"Tell me hi my name is Katie. Samyong mule and I am from Santa Barbara California Santa Barbara One of the most beautiful places in on this earth. Yeah it is gorgeous all year round. What do you do there. I am a true millennial. I have three jobs I work as a nanny at a wedding venue and then I also also on the weekends do Prince Party performing Princess Party performing. What is that exactly. I go to birthday parties as public domain fairy tale character character hilarious big aerial. You're not aerial. I'm I do go APP. Pan Christian Andersen's little mermaid but is there a public domain frozen. You mean Hans Christian Andersen. No Queen the Joe Katie uh-huh Curtis three news related limericks with the last word or phrase missing from each if you can fill in the last word or phrase correctly in to the Olympics will be a winner here. Is your first limerick. The the bumblebee clean has a chat. Hey guys population is flat. You drones must commit to being more fit intimate with me. You are to ask the rusty patched. Bumblebee was the first to be placed in the US endangered species issues list and scientists. Now believe decline is mostly because male bees are getting too fat to mate and yet somehow they all keep getting cast is Sitcom leads alongside alongside beautiful long-suffering. Why did you know that when a drone successfully mates with the queen she then eats beats chooses gonads off that is that is the case yeah so I mean if you're looking forward to that just like stress. SC True I should say by the way that it is not due to the bees diets eating junk food. It's due to a parasitic Harrison fungus and of course the unflattering horizontal stripes. They all wear all right gainey here. Is Your next limerick. If rings shopping's what you're dreading check out this display we are spreading so brings for you to and then both say I do do because our jewelry stores hosting the wedding. Yes Shane Jewelry store. Hells Berg diamonds is now offering not just wedding and engagement engagement rings but also on the spot marriages to any couple who asks the ceremony is done by sales associates ordained by the Universal Life Church and the reception is catered by the Auntie Anne's pretzels in the food court now I should say for everybody's excited about this. At the service is free Steve Charge. You just need to remember to bring a wedding license and some witnesses and if you don't have any witnesses just look around for Roy Moore. He's usually hanging out at the mall right by forever. Twenty one frustrated. He is is just hideous in every way what they safe as yes. They are doing this in response to a change in the wedding demographic more and more younger people don't want to spend a whole lot of time or money getting married. They want to avoid the whole sort of figuring out how many friends I actually have saying but remember. Diamonds may be forever. The mall closes it down with it. They're offering a free service and if you actually went and had a wedding it would cost like ten thousand dollars at least and and and there's no panda express that's true. That's a traditional wedding. They don't have bendix just get married. Have the Panda Express had the cinnabon and then you're like that was awesome. I'm stoked all right. Here's your last limerick with craft cheers. My children are wizards but now all their noses bleed rivers. The damage was made eight from sniffing the blades their teacher gave out scented scissors yeah very good. Finally someone has has fixed the main problem with scissors with you. Don't have enough reasons to stick them. Really face tall changed hands thanks to are you ready for this sniffs. This scissors smell like oranges grapes H. and eventually the most popular fragrance knows blood reviews for sniffs scissors have been understandably. Harsh plenty of people saying that product is not safe for kids but at least they're safer than the company's previous product licks a bill. How did Katie doing the roared ride through to a win three and thank you so much support for for this podcast and the following message come from home instead senior care. Bonnie a home instead caregiver works to enhance the lives of her aging clients and their families family's here. She shares her golden rule for care. I would want her be treated the way I'd want to be treated. I come in and take care of her. Do offer personal care needs that she she.
"danica patrick" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
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"In the United States were voting districts are made up mostly of prisoners who can't vote forgive me for not having been tickle latest pissed away I want to but it's almost like your body being you on. NPR's code switch the connection between the US census politics and prisons from NPR WBZ Chicago. This is who wait wait. Don't tell me the NPR news quiz. I'm Bill Curtis who you're playing this week with Tom. Bonet faith say Leeann Helen Hong and here again is your host at the Chase Bank auditorium in downtown Chicago. Peter say just a minute bill races in the indy rhyme hundred rid with Danika. Limerick liked to play give us a call at one triple eight Wade one eight eight eight nine two four eight nine two four panel. We have some more questions for you from the week's News Tom NASA is charged with watching the skies but in July of this year apparently they didn't look carefully enough to notice what the the death meteor. That's exactly right. That's what happened internal emails at NASA that will not through a freedom of information. Act Request showed that NASA in July Sawn incoming asteroid only twenty four hours before it flew by quite near the earth NASA whose entire purpose is to look up up and say oh what's that so the asteroid just twenty four hours before zipped by the earth just fifty thousand miles away which is like nothing. The yesterday was dubbed Twenty. One thousand nine hundred okay which stands for okay. We're all GONNA die. They say it's the size of a football field and would have smashed about about fifty miles of earth totally pulverized yeah. We could have almost just died. I know fifty. That's like fifth of the way the move exactly right it. There's one what you would see that go by. It would like blow your hair back. If that went by it did come did they shot they saw they they shouldn't will they saw it and it went flew by obviously did not crash into earth like five times further away. Why didn't I get to see it. You sound like you're upset that it was in the neighborhood and it didn't visit posted on instagram. Oh I'm here in New York and you were like you're here. You didn't say according according to The Wall Street Journal Fitness Junkies everywhere or trying a new workout supplement. What is it we know. It's not strychnine though not not work out out. It must be something unusual something unusual for back for what people think of is very energetic activity okay. Can you give me me a hint sure helps you get those stone-hard avs. We yes we as a performance enhancing drug bye-bye steroids. Marijuana is the new drug helping Jim rats workout and be weird at sex. In what way could marijuana help a work well. I can tell you what they say. Of course I have no firsthand knowledge..
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"One of our listeners the voice of anyone of the might choose on their answering machine bill who is Danika Patrick playing for Ted Schliemann from Des Moines. Iowa all right you ready to do this US okay. Here's the first question we think of slots you know. Slots is being very slow. They're kind of goofy creatures who hang around on trees all day but but there is one time in its life when sloth moves extremely quickly. Is it a wall trying to escape humans who WanNa take selfies with them the during sloth committing which lasts five seconds or see when they fast forward through the first fifteen minutes of Marc Maron podcast that would be that would be the mating season. You're right there. Danika yes yes it's flaws five seconds and that includes by the way foreplay true obviously all right very good. Sometimes it is good to be slow. Which of these things do we have slowness to thank for a penicillin was discovered because does Dr Alexander Fleming was really slow to clean up his lab and his sandwich mold on it the Ben and Jerry's ice cream fame met when they were the two slowest kids running laps in gym class Brad Kid who only took his first acting class because he was too slow to sign up for what he wanted metal shop penicillin penicillin and do no actually it's not I mean although we fooled you because penicillin was growing from mole but not on his sandwich. It was in the lab but that's okay. The real answer was Jerry's. No it's actually. Ben and Jerry's Ben and Jerry's were these fattest and slowest kids in the class not that makes sense and they got became friends as they were always at the end of the pack all right. This is not a problem Danika because you have one more chance last question in one thousand nine hundred four. Thomas Hicks had the slowest winning time for the marathon in Olympic history. He had to be carried over the finish line. He was in such bad shape at the Dan. Why did he run so slowly was it because a running shoes of the era were made of iron. He had secretly bet ten one thousand dollars in another runner but the other guy had bet on him so they both ended up running as slows Basaed. We're see poorly informed. He was using performance formation's enhancing strychnine yeah. I maybe it isn't really time hasn't worked out thought it would so help actually gave it to them. At like arrestation. Instead of Gatorade League here hasn't strychnine and he ended up being in such miserable shape rape. This is true that his trainers had to come out take them up by the elbows in carrying him in the air over the finish line while his legs and he's still one what that's true he was he was the winner bill had identified. Patrick doing our quiz checkered flag came down on because two out of three first-place congratulations this. Maybe bring you back the thrill of competition She's too busy rolling over a roundabout right now. Denka Patrick is a former professional.
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"Your first story comes from Helen Hall. There's a shocking trend happening happening. In Korean parenting that not everyone is happy about it seems the Korean Tiger mom is dying out apparently influenced winced by Western culture and their own traumatic childhood experiences. There's a new breed of kinder gentler. Korean mom and it's unsettling these new moms are far less biting cutting and emotionally abusive than traditional Korean. MOMS said one trend following Korean mom who requested anonymity see for this story because she didn't want her own Korean mom to hear about it be pluses just as good as an adding shockingly as as long as she tries her best. Some moms have expressed acceptance of careers other than doctor or lawyer. One Korean daughter even reported awarded that when she brought home a non Korean boyfriend her mother did not fall to her knees and start beating her chest. Now a church group group in Inchon is fighting against the trend holding Korean mom workshops the workshops include how to get your child to finish their plate while also calling them fat facial expressions which means an a minus is actually an F. and daily drills for comparing your child while other children who are more obedient saving in danger Rian Tiger mom next story of a dying breed income from faith sally. If you were a kid in the sixties or seventies you witnessed the delightful mischief of mimes whether you wanted to or not not on the street the legendary Marcel Marceau on the tonight show and Mister Rogers Mimes have been unfairly mocked but these days are not only under appreciated they're almost extinct millennials and Gen Z. WHO'VE GROWN UP WITH CGI and tick tock and Eliza really aren't impressed just with people who put themselves in invisible boxes last week forty seven minds from around the world wordlessly gathered in Zurich to make themselves themselves heard or seen these mind activists mime to this? If you will try to call attention to their art American students Hunter Gratin and Lexi Stein saw them. I thought it was some lame. Flash mob said hunter but they weren't even singing. I don't think it's sensitive to people who really are mute lexi agreed as a woman she added the visual imagery of glass boxes triggers some really emotionally claustrophobic feelings. We don't need last ceilings conjured by smirking men with super super white faces right now a movement to save the Mimes your the last story of a species in peril comes from Tombo debt remember when Annette Benning and Warren Beatty name their baby Nigel and it became the most popular baby name of two thousand thousand three no you don't because they name their baby. Benjamin and everyone else did to including yours truly. Nobody names their baby. Nigel literally. Nobody when innkeeper Nigel Smith of we're justice. UK learned that no babies were named Nigel in the year 2016. He decided to take action. He sent a calling all Nigel's emergency play around the globe and convened a meeting of Nigel's in an English glitch pub with four hundred and thirty five Nigel's in attendance. It is thought to be the world's largest gathering of Nigel's awards were given for the furthest travelled Texas howdy Nigel the youngest seven months the oldest and they even agreed to a collective noun around for Nigel's a Niggle of Nigel's careful with that Mister Smith said in the year. I was born nineteen sixty three. There were over five thousand Nigel's born. It was peak Nigel. We will resurge. There'll be a lot more Nigel's next year than this year. I definitely put put money on that and we've just taken away a little bit of that stigma and reaffirmed. What a fantastic name? Nigel is once you've grown into it. It takes takes a little while poindexter. 's that's your cue all right somebody somewhere. It is trying to save a group of people who might be dying out. Is it from Helen Hong Korean Tiger MOMS from faith sailly mimes aames or from Tombo debt people named Nigel. I think are gathering of nine was probably the most greatest thing is yes okay. You're choosing then Tom. Story about the gathering of Nigel's well to bring you. The real story we spoke to one of these endangered injured people goes twenty eight a pub and Betson England hosted Nigel night which gathered four hundred thirty five nine hundred it was nice Stevens otherwise known as Texas Nigel he traveled from Denver Colorado Nigel night by wait occurs to me that if in fact faiths story had been the true on we move played you the real person you heard silence but that wasn't the case. What really happened was that you were right. Tom was telling the truth. You pick that he gets a point. You Win our prize congratulations. Thank thank you so much thank you. Let's get together so I get around and now the game where people who go very fast slow down to smell the roses find out. They don't smell so great and speed away again. It's called not my job. Racecar driving has always been a man's hands job like playing pro baseball or screwing up the entire world. Nobody told Patrick that she wanted to be a racer her whole life going on to be the first woman to win the indy-car race and then to compete at the highest level in Nascar. We're excited to have with us. Dan Patrick Welcome to wait. Wait don't tell them so. We found out Janika that you were very very young when you decided you wanted to be a driver. Is that right. I I was ten ten. What sort of inspired that were you a fan of watching races on TV. What was it now and I'm still not be honest. I you know we were looking for something to do together as a family I have a younger sister. She was eight nine ten. When we started. I started out in go karts at ten and then at sixteen I moved to England and break cars there for three years and then I came back and within a couple of years I ended up in Indycar so the first time you've gotten in a go-cart to race it. Did it like immediately record like this. This is what I'm going to do for the rest of my life. Now I crash you crack. I think the difference between you and I among many ones is that I would have like immediately moved to wow. I just don't feel the thrill anymore right after that first crash tire career done done in fact you must have noticed somewhere you rapidly rose in the ranks of drivers but you must have noticed it with some point that there weren't a lot of other women doing it right yeah yeah that appeared to be the case yeah and I'm just going asked that caused you any problems coming up in the ranks. Now all boys gave me tons of tension thin. That's true wasn't an advantage or was it a disadvantage. I won by default and the best looking girl category as driver so there you go. That's true. You always always walked away with that trophy. I'm sure you get this question a lot but does this translate. Does your race color translates into your everyday driving. Are you at their drag racing up and down the streets of Green Bay yeah you are because my understanding is like I mean I've actually asked this question other racers before they're like oh no one off the track and just like everybody else but you're like yeah you do that like an idiot. Do you really taking. Are you like taking turns on two wheels. Are you doing and that stuff well. I definitely you guys I mean. We're getting more used around about here. In America I was very used to him in England because that pretty much all they have so yeah yeah either when I'm feeling racy or lazy. I just drive straight over him. Mark you know wait a minute. Wait a minute how roundabout traffic circles that are getting as you say more common in America and you're saying when you get into one instead of like yielding to the cars ars already in it and going around to your ex. You just go careening right through the middle. Yeah you can just drive over the over it. You know what I'm going to try. That's right now. Have you ever been shall. We say caught yeah. Actually I not in Green Bay though Oh but I did hear one day my boyfriend came home and he said so my five doing about eighty nine on the highway and I was like Oh yeah absolutely probably true did you. I try and go. I try and keep it within ten over right. That's reasonable. Hey have you ever been pulled over for speeding or anything else about twenty times and when they say manager idea and they look at your idea. Do they react yeah. Sometimes they do sometimes. They don't sometimes they don't and then it's on the news. Oh what's the what's the fastest you've ever been busted for. at the over thirty over which I was informed could be considered reckless driving so I think the ticket was made for under thirty okay. That was very nice of them stickshift all the time no but I would have loved to what do you drive now. What is your car of choice a lot of Range Rover as one to us it either. There's over the over. The rotary miles an hour range rover. You mentioned your boyfriend earlier. It turns out that happens to be Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay packers. Is that the case. That's correct and I'm told again that you yourself are a fan of the Chicago bears. Is that the case. That would be a really poor situation. What you're saying is is is that were to be the case. That would be awkward for your domestic happiness yet. I the truth is that I grew up near Chicago. Yes I have a house in Chicago. I've had one for about ten years there and I was you. Were you willing to concede that at some point in time in the distant past you might have expressed enthusiasm for the Chicago bears but you will go no further than that look. I just painted my fingernails grain. How of packer close and I have a follow edgy cheese on your head do you. I think that's the that's the real question do you where the cheese at you know. I'm going to the Dallas game this weekend and my girlfriend is going to and she. She had a cheese cowboy hat. I get one all right Dan Patrick. It is a pleasure to talk to you. We have invited you to play a game. We're calling slow your role there so you go very fast as we have heard so you still do so we thought we'd ask you three questions about very slow things answer two of them correctly and winner prize for.
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"Don't tell hi this is MENA thion nine calling from the infamous Tallahassee trail in Tallahassee Florida Hello Minna Houria. I'm going to say that I find myself and having heard of things but I've never heard heard of the infamous tallahassee trail. What is that something that Donald Trump rented constantly and doesn't exist. Oh I see the that must be disorienting then for you to live on it to the show. It is a pleasure to have you let me introduce you to our panel this week. I A contributor to CBS Sunday morning. It's our friend faith. Sally connects the comedian performing at the theater in wild Lukoil Maui November eighth and ninth. If you need an excuse to go and at Zanies here in Chicago November fourteen through seventeen that's Helen Hall finally it's humorous and would butcher appearing at comics on a mission with weights on Maeve Higgins November sixteenth at the latches theater in Battle Borough Vermont. It's Tombo debt so a minute. I'm going to guess you anticipated this but you're gonNA play. WHO's bill this time. Bill Curtis of course is going to recreate three voices from the week's news. Your job explainer identified two of them do that. You went our prize the voice voice of anyone you might like on your voicemail ready to go all right. You're I quote is from someone who has spent the last week denying that he demanded other countries investigate negate the Biden family China should start an investigation into the Biden's so kind of spilled the beans right right there. Yes very good ever since the now infamous whistle blower report came out last week. The president is an and his defenders have been saying of course. Mr Trump wasn't really pressuring foreign countries to investigate an opponent. He was just concerned with political corruption. He's always been interested in corruption. You could say it's his hobby. They've been trying so hard to sort of cover all this up and he just came out and said it. Did some presidential adviser say we need to go on offense and the president said be offensive. God it's like we haven't heard from the Democrats because they can't accuse him fast enough. It's like a COP pulls over cars. He says you're under arrest repeating. Oh I see you have a beer in your hand. You're under arrest for drinking and driving because Oh you hit me. You're also under arrest resulting officers. It just keeps going my my tail lights out. Also there's a body in the trunk has been a very active time for upping my Emoji game. I know because I used to only use the peach Emoji in exclusively like for sexting and now you know you put the M in the peach each and then the mint leaf next to it and that's hot and then also now I've been using the whistle and like a hairdryer and I'm like Oh yeah it. You're saying it's sort of circling back to sexting excellent. I just see what you do with that. Political eggplant afraid you're going to get your signals cross the next thing you know somebody's thinking that it was a hookup and it was really just the resistance. It's all the same now join join Dan all right here. Is Your next quote. If I had gone to college my Jersey would have been sold all over the place that was Lebron James Reacting to news that college athletes at least in California will soon be able to do what surname for summer jerseys well. That's already have that. It's a question of money for their merchandise. That's exactly right. Make the money. Get endorsement sell merchandise. California has now passed a law that will allow student athletes to earn money from endorsements awesome and higher agents without losing their amateur status starting in twenty twenty three. You can imagine all of them running out to endorsements like hi. I'm Austin Burton quarterback at UCLA CLA and I don't always do Jello shots at Tri Kappa Delta but when I do I prefer Popov's. I think it's a great plan because then those athletes athletes can start paying their parents back for spending five hundred thousand dollars to get them exactly right. It's a way of making making the bribe money back. Laurie Laughlin phones daughter is like yeah. I'm not really in the swim team but if I was I'd use these bathing suits of course the reason the NC double A.'s freaking out about this is California. If they're the only people do this. We'll have an advantage in recruitment over every other state. Why should an athlete go play at say Auburn for free when they can make bank and California so say hello to the twenty twenty three national football champion the Bakersfield College cosmetology the Ice Hockey team. Were they will soon all right. Your last quote is from Bloomberg commenting on a business that declared bankruptcy this week. It looks like it might not be forever so what clothing company turned out not to last in fact forever there's kind of a hint there in twenty one wherever forever twenty one has been a staple in the fast fashion world since the early two thousands thousands but forever twenty one. They declared bankruptcy this week. The store was known for selling clothes that obviously 21-year-olds might wear like Sparkley Tube tops fund graphic t shirts arts and whatever they were the night before just covered in BARF are sparkly barf goodnight exactly I I twenty one was such a right of passage. You could go there and walk out with like fifteen things. I sixty bucks and they would lasts three hours. You look cute for those three hours I it actually it was funny. Because of course people were surprised because it looked like such a thriving business but the company was forced to file for bankruptcy after being put through the washing machine exactly once occurs to me. I bet this played a part and they're going out of business. Business is they. You know vanity. Sizing is right vanities. I am like at Old Navy. Everybody's a negative seven and I love that right. That's why you shop there and forever. Twenty one was forever crushing my self esteem they did. I don't know what you call the opposite vanity sizing. That's true that years right ramp way small reality reality awful shop for reality humiliation right. I mean who would go. It'd be like me going to forever sixty four. I shouldn't say in case. You're panicking out there even though they have declared bankruptcy it's just the classic a reorganization of their debt. The stores will not close and so it's like it's almost encouraging a finally in American company being merely bankrupt instead of morally bankrupt. Ah Do on our quiz did fine. She got finally three right congratulates well gone. We WanNa remind everyone they can join us most weeks right here at the Chase Bank Auditorium Taurean in downtown Chicago Illinois particular more information just go over to WBZ dot org or you can find a link at our website wait dot NPR dot org. I know panel. It's time for a game that we like to call the trump dump some weeks time again some weeks news moves was faster than Mike pompeo erasing old text messages. We're GONNA ask you some true. False questions about the weakened trump rapid fire style. Get it right. You get ready to the plane sure all right Tom. You're up first. Tom True or false on Tuesday. The New York Times reported that Donald Trump had proposed protecting America with an alligator later and snake filled moat true. Yes faith to revolve on Wednesday. Donald Trump responded that the idea that he wanted a moat stuffed with alligators snakes unquote was fake AAC news true false. He said the idea that he wanted a moot was fake. Helen dewar false the president's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani told her report via text that he was considering bringing a lawsuit trump versus the swamp trill no false who said it was a jaws suit. COM SPELL CHECK COM falls this week the library of Congress cafeteria began serving peach mint chrome geic all true yes faith through faith true or false on Wednesday the president president of the United States tweeted a nickelback meam true. Yes hell and true or false on Thursday. NICKELBACK had that tweet taken down for copyright violation. Yes they never for nickelback before tour false on Tuesday. The New York Times reported that Hunter Biden played a role in getting Congress to investigate trump's relationship with Deutsche bank true. No it's false. They reported that moby played a role in getting congressman. Investigate trump's relationship with Doku Bank faith cure falls reporters scrambled in action this week when the White House press secretary appeared for the first time in two hundred days in the White House briefing room false right reporter scrambled but in mouse fell from the ceiling of the White House briefing White House press secretary did not appear at all. That's it for this week's trump he coming coming up the truth is an.
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"Ben Cross fit. I started in two thousand thirteen and you know it kind kind of made everything else. I did after feel like man. Why did I waste so much time. even just going out for a run for a half hour. You can't run for half an hour unless you're at a pace. That's not that hard hard. True Cross pushes. You wish your Murph so I've never I've never I've only particular no. I'd have done a couple of times times. and I have never done it with a vest either. I haven't done the best that I haven't done at one hundred two hundred three hundred the way through you're supposed to for those who don't know it's a mile run on one hundred pull ups two hundred push ups three hundred squats in a mile run and you're supposed to wear a twenty pound best which I think girls are too which is bullshit so especially when you're five foot one five one by one ten ridiculously so anyway so for like two hundred pound man wearing a a twenty pound vests in one hundred bound grow wearing. It's really not fair but anyway. I've done it. I think it in about thirty five or thirty six minutes without the best. Pr well which which which I can I dead lift. Two fifty five will like an ugly cat you know like with with your with your back getting really the arch on the way up like I can clean and jerk about one thirty five. I think it had one thirty seven because I put ones on the sides just to say thirty seven or one thirty seven and let's see what else I can do yeah very well but I can kip really well and then I can strict pull up so I've probably strict pull up with sure there's at least thirty pounds how many broken strict without wait fresh fresh. Oh probably ten or twelve Dan to it's more than you really yeah because you jump up. That's one negative doesn't count the half yeah so those are kind of. Those are a few of them anyway okay. I'm a horrible snatcher. Yes Yawn everybody laugh at the same time but I can only I think I've only snatched in nineteen ninety-seven to put the ones on the Leonard Seven. I'm this cross it. I we were talking about before like I should try to get back into it because sheep at one point join my life. You'll love it all right so Dan Patrick. You also have a podcast coming out called pretty intense. You interviewed a Rod. What made you want to get into the podcasts world when I was done racing even before I was done racing. I'm like I love the ability to inspire people. I mean I was able to do just by showing up at the track and going out there. People thought that was great and inspirational. So how was I going to continue to be able to inspire people and help them grow and help them feel like they could do anything being in and just sort of you know do the inspire thing and so when this came up this this has been something that's been floating around for a while but I was like you know what this is a great great opportunity to dive in and you know like we talked about like I pushed for motion. I push her. How did you get there like it's very much like I want it to be a transformative show where you have some sort of calls to action or some some helpful tips as to how you can grow to because that's the point right right the point of going from someone who you know like for you know your talked about making mistakes and then finally looking in the Mirror on. It's just me and then like how'd how'd you how'd you do that. Like how'd you go. How'd you get from that point eight to point B. and what was the what was that period like because you know growth is never easy and that's that's that's. That's the shitty thing about it. Is that the the like I said. The only way to the other side is through so you have to go through the crap to get to the other side but you're you're always you're going to be better for it and for me and my own spiritual journey and my own growth as a human It's difficult but it's worth earth tell some of can. Ut some of the names yeah I was GonNA say your wishlist to my wishlist. You do our wishlist. I'll do mine nego Gosh I mean look. We're getting started so this week is kind of the first big week so I'm excited to talk to Gloria Steinem later today. she's kind of a a writer and a feminist and someone that she's eighty five like it's going to be really interesting. apparently currently. Bill Murray says he wants to do it. We can get him to call back from his voice mail machine. That would be great. I've got a few chefs coming on so I just actually did bobby flay show so he's GonNa come on and do it and a couple others jeffries or Karen and Marcus Samuelsson and let's see Gretchen Carlson is GonNa do it Barbara Cochran. She's great. She's great. Yep So so yeah I I wanted to be. I want it to be really diversified so the only category I feel like we haven't really we didn't hit as much as I would want like. I love the idea of experts right so I'm intrigued by people like Neil degrasse Tyson and someone like crazy and David. you know somebody Let's see Greg Brayden or Joe Dispense or Bruce Lipton. These are people who are experts in way like like you probably don't even know those names but they're like crazy smart inspirational talking about the power of the mind talking about how to reprogram yourself from the subconscious of the conscious Chris. I mean these are like to me. That's the tools to move forward and to grow and so so yeah so we're not I mean but it's like athletes musicians. artists actors you know experts chefs. It's GONNA run around. That's great. Who is your wish well. There's two there's a wishlist for this podcast cast which I think we you know we wanna get. I think we talked about Russell Wilson Mark Cuban. I've a wishlist for my day job part of my take and it's Aaron Rodgers but I think he's he's too scared to come on. Hopefully he's listening to this right now while come on part of my take. How are you GonNa get that done. I don't know anyone who knows him. Well so we don't talk shops yeah exactly. Actually I know David Backyard so that's what I'm gonNA do Dave Yeah. That's your way you can do it and and then maybe he would come on Dave and him yeah that's. We'll definitely be open to me. He needs his offensive linemen because he's scared of my rights right what he's now. A brain wondered you you don't you don't know a ready for a rapid fire all right. Let's go one word answer. Basic is where we're looking for. What Song do you sing to yourself in the shower. Whatever was just on your book book or kindle Persian Buck top top fear book. I just read a holographic universe this year or less than last year. That was really good instagram or snapchat. I don't even have snapchat. Cats are dogs dogs coffee tea coffee lots of IT Hotter Sean. We're going to get some coffee didn't we. We asked for some coffee earlier. Unfortunately here wrapping Shawn Mendez or Justin Bieber. I just not in T- I'm just not in touch anymore. I I know I do I. I guess I'm fever Bieber Fan cool. What's your belieber. What's what was your so it's an interesting one that can't be more than it has been more than one word because I really get frustrated by route people. Oh but my route is so bad that you'd never think that that's true because I'm very rude back starts. I haven't turned the mayor on my you're what personality slow drivers really annoy me. That's cliche totally. True Bank's absolute tail bride their tail. Just I try and push push them. If that's even possible you can stockcar you can push them with the air but I know that's not happening in the middle of the night one in the morning. You're starving you. Go down to the fridge. What are you grab never happened in. Come on never it's never happened on. Never you've never been hungry one in in the morning. I mean unless I'm still awake. I've never woke up in the middle of the night and you know what I do. I will say when I have a really early morning and I have to wake up at like four or five o'clock in the morning for something for some reason and maybe this is the whole like cortisol hormone situation. I'm ravenous like I- starving at five am but when I sleep until seven eight whatever if I have a miraculously till nine which almost never happens. I'm not hungry so maybe that's the cortisol. Is You need to let your hormones go through the cycle and then you won't be hungry espy's you're starving leaning smack sober sober drunk drunk French fries so one word to describe these these names Jeff Basil's Berlin Serena Williams bold. Tom Brady careful are you. Is this your whole l. saying Oh. You got quarterback quarterback. Yeah Mike Steady to warn. Phil Knight is longevity hardwoods longevity cheese like that's determination really. That's like you know like that's a good one to finish out like that was a great story story. I mean look you lived at right like sometimes it's just about coming out with all being yourself and I think he he went through helling came back and let's just just like even away from the personal stuff when you go to the to the to the or mccaw on track you know his work to be humble enough enough to keep coming back 'cause failed a lot injuries and everything that you know injuries and failures and look at the same thing like. I said about you and business business like he doesn't need the money I he doesn't need to win one more tournament. He's doing it for some other reason. You know so what is that and so What a cool Oh story. What are you reading good for your story. Yeah Yeah Sh calm. Oh Yes yup ideas former handy. I just don't have it on me right now. We'll swap errands and I'll say Dan Patrick. Thank you so much guys awesome. Thank you so much..
"danica patrick" Discussed on The Corp
"I have been spending more time with my financial adviser and understanding what's going on but honestly Erin a super smart and he's very business minded and very good with numbers so he does a good job of helping explain thanks to me. He's very patient. Any any explains things really well so I he's. It's been really good. We're kind of investor Aaron. He's a an investor. I mean he invest in businesses more more a little bit more like he has a he has a fund that he started to go and invest into direct to consumer companies so so I gotten busted in that rx three or three off so so he has that and invest in the various different thing so he's he's he's. He's already on that path. I mean it's not something that he talks about a ton but it's very it's very it's very much part of his part of his life and his world and you know it's awesome way he can use all of the brain see has because it is so smart and use it on us it on more than film and remembering hundreds of plays in cal- guy he was Kalua. Martin very smart is Do you ever accidentally call A. Rod and then you're like whoops. You're not the real era. I won't because I don't I mean there's nothing against you at all your lovely. You're wonderful. You're smart. You're intelligent. You're accomplished like let's but I was not you. Aaron is not I likely to call Aaron A. Rod A. Rod Than I am to call them a ride okay. Hey Aron all right guys like he does like a rod though when I asked him like well. Would you like to be called nicknames. I I like Iran. I'm like but that's wrong. Iran is younger than me Iraj. We can throw G on the end. Maybe that's the beer or Iran so speak. Let's not go. Let's go there. No why would I was told the other day by my girlfriend at the gym because I live in Green Bay now just there and does she goes girl. She's like the Bahktiar challenge is going to be deadly this winter. She's like she's like. There's so many people there are already doing it chugging three beers. I it's it's the bacteria felony not being here in the state of Wisconsin so maybe just maybe d-box got to shine so talking about Erin initially about him but I think our listeners always wonder about. How normal are we you. You were in a relationship. You became single how to someone who is the average guy like my cat like big cat. How does he approach coach. Someone like you now obviously relationship so but but someone like famous thank you. That's this powerhouse beautiful woman you someone a that. If you're at a bar or your you want someone to walk up to you. Send your drink send you a note email. The tell me about that process if you were single oh well I mean I'd probably just go up and say hi but I. I think you know I remember going to the SP's a long long long time ago and being afraid to go not because I had a crush on anyone but going up and saying hi to anybody on my God. I'm so scared. They probably don't know who I am. You know like you know in the early days they might not have. I don't no no but you know I I got enough got enough ovaries up to go over and say hi to some people and I was like okay. That's not so bad and then finally reached reached the point where like they probably know who I am and if I just go up to him and say hey. I'm a big fan nice to meet you. Walk away like I approach them in the way. I'd want to be approached so so we're flirting no. That's just like meeting people on here. If I had a crush on approach that's my question with total fear and just know belief that I had a chance. Probably you know I I I mean. I met Aaron longtime longtime ago. I don't have a twenty year old history of assigned autographed picture like you do J. Lo but but we met in two thousand twelve so we met espy's I remember it was like some after Party and was like Oh we're at the bar getting a drink and oh hey and we started talking and he was like thrown a movie lines. This guy's really funny and we kind kind of randomly kept in touch from that point on and that's it like the reconnect It was like a through that randomly family kept in touch. We'd see each other at espy's Assam and Tahoe one year at the golf tournament just random things random reach out so it was kind of like we re he reached out and I didn't stole it. I didn't just sort of go okay great and I say good here from hope you're well. It was like how are you and then and I was like Oh my God we might have some things in common. He has made a great great couple and we're big fans of Aaron. Speak for myself does I. I mean I'm being truthfully. I'm big fan you Danika embarrassment. I don't like my life like every single year so you just don't like him because he makes your life life difficult. It's not fair. It's it's like It's a respect okay. Oh no I've been very very complimentary of him like I do a lot of era's best quarterback in the NFL. I hate is fucking guts. That's fair do you you ever in. This is a question for both of you being in a relationship with another famous person. Does it ever bother you when like the littlest thing gets blown up in the press or you know you're out in public and like for example the box men who bought you. Do you WanNa know that story yeah. Here's the story so I had said and maybe within a week before I never drink games at sporting events and I never drink get concerts. I just don't like I don't know I've never been drunk. I maybe have had a drink before but I've never never been drunk at either. One and it's just not my thing especially sporting events on like. I'm an athlete. It's just not appropriate. You know so we're sitting in the front row and everybody has a drink frank. Everybody has their free and I see all these pictures of other celebrities they go to games and they got their their their chugging and getting cheered for and I'm like it's not that big. Give a deal. I'm thirty seven. I can have a drink if I won so I had one glass of wine early in the game and then so the second half comes and we all go back out there air and the guy behind was helpful because the waitress came to him because they can't that's the there's two rows so the waitresses behind the second row and he's like do you want anything so that was that was in the first quarter and then so. I gave her like twenty bucks look. I didn't know they were free in the front row but I didn't want to be a jerk anyway. So I just like Oh yeah yeah just keep the twenty and so then I was like so then I'm sitting there at the second half and I'm done right like I don't want any more. I was like that was fine. You know but we're going to leave soon and the game aim you know and there's a two hour drive home and so I'm like no. I don't want one and say 'cause. I'm GonNa get you one anyway. So the wages comes back with it. Ah Hands it to me and now of course. I don't want to be a jerk so I get my twenty out again and I'm like here. You go give it to her because just because I don't want it doesn't mean she didn't have to go get it and so so I took it and I looked at the girl next because she didn't want hers either but he got one for her to and I cheered her. We put up to my feet and that was it so the money wouldn't when did they. I can't even remember when you try to pay the waved it off because it was all free right yeah. She took it. Oh she took it. Okay so you really. I don't really good temper yeah. What's that resemble those little things yeah so few so yes when little things get blown out of proportion. It's annoying because it's impossible for it to not affect. Choose psyche a little. I missed the punchline. What what what was the story. It was basically like Oh date like some other guys. Buying Danika Patrick drinks while he's swell she sitting next awesome guy. Catch beer was before that God Iran so yeah it looked like he was buying a beer earphone or buying a drink for me and just kind of sitting there watching talked to put it simply but yet so that so go ahead. You're you're going to get to a big point. They're like like that thing would drive me nuts if yeah well because it's just stupid and and you know people just love to look. Those kinds of headlines are fun for people to read eight and whatever it's again it's like I don't know how you feel but it's not it's not possible for it to not affect you at all. Even if it's just one percent that was that's annoying because I was I was I was actually mags. I'm like I never drink games and there it. Is You know like I had one and now he thinks I want a second you know and so I was like Oh there it is right schilling. My dogs were free. He was just he was doing that. Lame joke that people do it like an open bar like drinks on me the worst by that God you write angry now. I'm angry because he was actually really funny. He's a really funny guy. He was really Nice Sousse friends with the people sitting to the right of us so they then at any game that we've been at so the he's he's a really funny guy would drive me nuts commentary during during the Games is great. It's it's fun but he was easily lively guy that just wanted everyone to have a good time you I mean. Do you like that stuff. Get to you at all. Just the Little Shit I I think you're right. I think I think whether the one or two percent or five percent there's always a small part human but is this a distraction but this move on yeah. Sometimes it's fifty. Sometimes you like really hurt yeah and sometimes you're like you know so yeah. It's like I mean like but I'm saying it can't affect I two zero one of those weird things where it's like such a normal interaction with the human being but then it become yeah a lot bigger yeah. That's what I had. It's been at a bar like like hey can. I grab a beer like something like that happens all the time even pictures of me sitting at the game and like you know just like. I'm just watching the game but I don't. I'm not laughing and it's like I look miserable. I'm just watching the game I mean you know so. Obviously you're very fit your very strong. You love working out. Talk to us about what you doing. Cross fit until tell us a little bit about some of your personal best records some. PR's Yeah I mean I I've I have always worked out since I was a kid racing go karts that had to be strong to do that so they the the tires are very sticky in the track would get a lot of rubber on it and there is no power steering and a Go-cart so he did after fairly strong so I started working out when I was fourteen. I remember my my parents would let me take my Mustang Cobra to the YMCA down the street by myself before I my license. They also let my sister and I drive their truck. There probably was probably like it was probably a Ford Ranger or something around there building there were in construction basically so we drive around their building and my sister and I were not much taller than you know now than we were then were always been tiny but she would work one one thing like the pedals and steer that'd be like slow down and then then I'd probably six five. I mean my parents let us drive their car around and we couldn't officially reach the pedals so we had to work in tandem so I I've been working out for a long time. it's gone through many many iterations of of you know what I think is the right thing at the time but probably my favorite phases..
"danica patrick" Discussed on The Corp
"Ability apparently worked. It works every time men were cards like well. I'm taking like six naps. It's a day then it. was there a scary part when you said I'm done. I raced my last one. I know I know I was relieved. I was bummed I crashed but the whole end of my career was sad in that way but but I don't think it was it wasn't scary. I remember being told I remember being told in the end by my agent that no one's GonNa remember me and everyone's GonNa Forget about me and everyone's GonNa drop reveal they have and I'm GonNa be just fade away and I bawled. I bawled after I got off that phone. Call in the summer of two thousand seventeen and I was like I mean it was just a a lot of shit going down in my life and I was like Oh boy and so I already knew what I needed to do but the crying thing was the realization that that could be real but screw that that's not it's only real fight believe it and so it wasn't and great things ended up happening still and there was clearly more time for there's Opportunity Adore close. One opens like you just can't be afraid to give yourself that space but I also I wanted to do less to. I wanted to go on vacations when I was done. I was like I WANNA take trips. I want to actually go to concerts. I WanNa make it to someone's wedding. The Guy I wanna live in Green Bay. I can't wait. I mean these were all and they happened agent. He's not my age. It's just a true story. He did a lot of good for me but we had reached the point where life was transitioning and there was you know there was a the need for change but it's agent now well. It's an interesting point because I think both you guys are perfect examples where a lot of athletes do retire and kind of fade away and it is. It's hard to write that second chapter of your career where you stay in the public eye and relevant in a different way and you both have done it very well and it's it's. It's hard to do though look. I think that you know we both have retired at a reasonable age with dignity and do you know we're not hanging on for dear life fading out within our careers so I don't know maybe this is like you and I talking for a second here since you work for for him in the primary but do you think that like I duNNo. Did it make it easier to make the decision because you had other things to do so you had something to look forward to. I think that and I think I left it all out out there. There was never a regret of Oh my God that I do too much. A was the other way around. I tried to too much and I think knowing that I have maximize every ounce of my skill in my talent. I never wanted to look back and I would have worked harder. If I would have taken less vacations nations I left it up and that was for me. What made me satisfied with with the end I was tired. Does I'm sure return. Turn to a point yeah yeah yeah train mentally. There was just things that I was so over having to do anymore. I mean even look I. It's it's it's ironic to say that I was so sick of doing the interviews and we're sitting here for an hour and talk to you for an hour. I mean like it's it's because that's a lot longer but it's different. There's a difference between actually having a conversation time flies and being pounded with multiple seventy five to seven minute interviews over over and over and over and over and over again habits never got any asked anything interesting. We never had the time to sit down for hours and hours because we that licensure hang on. I just said that all the media that I never got anything interesting. That's that's not true. The masturbation crystals the what they were masturbation crystals hi Dave with you. I don't remember the masturbation. That was what you at your head. I'll I can remember was my malwa will yeah it was a craigslist ad were dude. Dude was asking for other dudes to show up and look at their crystals and jerk off but that will get that is definitely an interesting question. Would you say play yeah. Wouldn't you say that was an interesting question. How she the clip after you remember that one I just remember telling you yeah and then it got off track but I did on noted that I Ashwin interesting question okay but but anyway the point is very different. This is a very different. I think I've heard you say that. You know when you're when you're when you're playing and when you're doing anything normal interview world it's tough to really get into depth about anything and explain something and and really go there because you're you're you know you're on a clock and so this is a this is a fresh fresh way to talk so let's let's deal with the elephant in the room. Okay and the elephant in the room is your beautiful woman and some people would invite you places because your smoke show and they really don't care much about some people not us your racecar driving career or your business or your accurate. They're interested in like Danika Patrick as hot. Let the bite her and let's pretend and we actually care but we really don't when you deal with that a have you and be how do you deal with it well. I I mean I think that you know. I don't think that that people would just have me show up and you know I think it's part of the package. That's how I was described myself as a package and that's what helped me be able to to be established in racing and do it for so long was that Yes you know I could represent their product. I could speak to their customers customers. I could speak to their owners their CEO's or CMO's NFO's and all the ones it takes to make the business go round I was able to you know entertain tell stories. I was able to drive the car. Look if I would have sucked because there's been some seriously shitty drivers that have existed if I would have been one of those. That was seriously only a face. I would never have continued as long as I did. I raced for twenty seven years so the thing thing is is that you know I was the package and so look was I- supermodel no but I did a good job. Was I the best driver in the world man. I tried. I tried I didn't have I didn't end up with those results but a tried and so like there was it was a package so no I I I I mean I feel like that. was that was more about what what it was as. I'd say the one thing though that made me more relieved in my job to be able to just go do my job without I had pressure which was from myself but you know you signing your you know Jillion dollar contract two hundred fifty two million turned fifty million and feeling like okay. This is my job for the team like home runs through your job like I was already probably probably doing the job before ever hit the track right so I was already in their advertisements creating. Roi and creating entertainment admits giving them. You know places to entertain customers like that was happening and winning. Being successful was icing on the cake Hank Right. That's an interesting way to put it. I tend to agree so we Kinda came afterwards the the one that I am very interested in. Is Your your relationship. Go Daddy because that was a big first step. I think in your you know average in the advertising world view and it was also huge for go daddy because they were new new and you helped propel them. It's always interesting to see relationship. Where an athlete in a company kind of grow together and now you've gone full circle your them again again? Yeah I mean we grew up together described it. You've helped them and they've helped you what does that. What does that been like to watch their success and for them to watch your success fifteen plus years. I had the most ideal scenario possible with Bob Parsons the founder of go daddy and I being able to look at each other and truly say I couldn't have done it without you couldn't have done it without you. You're more important. Oh you're more important. I mean that's the perfect scenario when I need. You and you feel like you need me so That's why it went so well. we had fun. We you know look I was going to bring an attention girl in racing and look we're GonNa do that with our commercials too so it was just like next level of that and and then I definitely use the description that we grew up together because it went from look at me and attention which is kind of how it was for me in the beginning. I remember a long long time ago doing a photo shoot for. FHM and you know like those like look. Let me create awareness and most people do anything else other than go. Daddy like go daddy girl Danika and that's it. They don't even know what they did. So then it became. Let's take the company unless help get people to understand what we do so then there was an educational phase and then when they came back on board after being you can gone for a couple of years it was about entrepreneurial growth activities you know being a starting your own company and being an entrepreneur and taking risk and having your side hustle to make it your big hustle you know just it was all about that and I'm like that's all about me right now because it was my last year in racing and they came back on to be the primary sponsor for those racist so it was for me. I was transitioning to all these new businesses and I'm like that's me. I'm kind of a small business owner so it's really been perfect. Is there anyone out there. In the Community Unity maybe sports the pivoted to business or just anyone out there that you look up to as business man or businesswoman do a great job. That's for sure very comb it. You know you yearned yourself a job so i. I'm it is true. You've manifested with a little aggression. It's believe it achieve yeah. That's what I always. I agree. I agree There's all kinds of information about that. Th the mind you know Cather Cather are I mean there's drivers. I think the most common thing that drivers jus they start a team. Kevin Harvick was someone in racing hit. A management company and managed managed a bunch of fighters and golfers. I think and stuff so there's drive. There's there's definitely some people that have branched out to do to do other things uh-huh so yeah what about in terms of I always find the the thing that I see with both of you. Is that when you leave your career there's an athlete and then go into business world. The one common strain is that the intellectual curiosity and like always wanted to learn new things and talk to New People so who who is that person or people who kind of leaned on to not learn the ropes business to be you know they may be mentor you or tell you.
"danica patrick" Discussed on The Corp
"I can just tell you this it was close to home one okay marlins and the other one was really far from home. Do we are going to go back to the mariners. Oh interesting being so did the mariners calling like hey. Let's finish where your career started in our next guest. I mean okay so there's the headline everyone run with that. A. Rod was thinking about going back to Seattle when he retired from baseball out in great. Maybe you still can do you last question before we do this because I love these this question if if you if you went up to the plate right now current form no no practice anything one week to get home run. I think yes I love it especially as hard as it balls all right now too that's true good point good point eight and now Dan Patrick. You're listening to the core presented by Barstool sports. It's okay we now welcome on a very special guest. She is a former INDYCAR and NASCAR racer. She's now doing a million different things in the business world including cross fit it is Dan Patrick Danika. Thank you for joining us. Thank you guys for having me. I'm excited side of this interview because I actually like going through the notes. I think it's very interesting. We have an interesting talk about your post career and what you've been able to do you after you retired from racing similar to what Alex has been able to do in the business world after his retirement from baseball so let's start with the retirement limit like the decision to retire and whether you miss the racing world or not to go back to it no but every every now and again when I'm driving on the streets I go a little faster than normal. That's about it. I don't miss it at all. I mean I what I loved about. Racing wasn't racing so what I loved was the you know. I loved setting a goal and achieving it. I loved I loved having the hope every year that something better better was coming and so maybe it breaks down to a little bit of hope to and so once I felt like the hope wasn't really there anymore. I was like I'm not interested interested. It's not what fuels my fire and I'm while change initially makes me you know. Tighten up probably like most people like oh no. I I instantly think to myself but it could be better than I could ever expect so there's no opportunity for newness when your existing in the old so so I'm not really afraid of change so when you put those things together I was like it took more convincing probably for for my agent back then to handle the decision than it did for anybody else in fact they are honest things. Even when I told my dad he was like you know I was like I just don't blue. Don't really love it anymore and he's like I know and I was like Whoa that was easy. I thought my dad my agent. Be the hardest so but no oh. I don't Miss It. I I look now at the racism going on. I think God thank God. I'm not in Pocono right now. Thank God I'm not in this place anyway. Thank God I'm not here and got it and have to do that media tour. Thank God I didn't have to do that. You know you know all the network promotion crap. You have to do before every season. I mean just so much stuff. Well yeah exactly so there's there's a Lotta stuff. That just wasn't so glad I didn't have to do it anymore right but there's nothing like those like. Let's say you know I went and did the indy five hundred broadcast having just raced at the year before look it was it was very fun to watch and it was relaxing after it was over with it's kind of like. Oh okay. I the dog okay. Did I do okay where when I'm done with driving. I know what I did and I know whether it was good or bad and so you kind of like have a sense of mm-hmm pride and joy and relief on some level but you don't so. I don't really have that so there's a transition Chen. Bit's okay like I'm good. How does a young girl from and of course I'm speaking as a father of of two beautiful girls. How does a younger from Wisconsin say. I want to race cars when there's really no role models. How'd you land there well well. My Dad used to race news younger. He raised. I raced motocross then snowmobiles community mind we're in the north uh-huh and then midgets which are these cars that go sideways on a dirt track so so racing was in our family. My Mom and dad met on a blind date eight at a race so Wisconsin lover and I probably in Wisconsin actually the reason why definitely but there's the rea the reason why my middle name is sue is because The lady who set them up on a blind date who lives like of course I'm near this area all the time now Green Bay eh her name is sue decker and so- sue set my parents up on a blind date and that's why my middle name is sue so it is very Wisconsin. Yes all right so so the transition from retirement to business how much the business world where you in while you were still racing. 'cause you know you own a winery you. You're in. You're in books close fitness. All these things were you. Did you start the transition before you retired. I guess I did but it wasn't. I remember at the the end people saying like Oh. Is this your by Plan B or is this your exit plan or is this your posts. I'm like no and I like with you know some some some humbleness and some just honesty but I said I need a backup plan and I don't need a plan. I don't need anything I if I don't ever want to do anything again I don't have to. I just love these things. I just enjoy joy wine. I just enjoy clothing and designing and being artistic. I enjoy fitness and working out. I mean these are all just things is that I enjoy cooking and writing recipes so although I don't like measuring but part of the process so I love all these things and I was able to because I I loved him and because I manifest as we talked about about you know you as a ten year old wanted these two things and they came true to be a ball player and a what did you want one hundred million or would you millionaire. Would you business. What was your second? CEO and a baseball player show natural chicken shack right so I just had these things that I love to do so they started getting boxes that were checked off like with opportunities and is wonderful how the universe works when you ask for something and set an intention and and want something so so then they all just came became businesses but the oldest one is my winery so I bought the property in two thousand nine and the seventeen two thousand seventeen. The fourteen fourteen vintage was for sale so that was the that was the beginning of that project having the ability to start getting money back and then the clothing started live about two years ago and then the book the book came out at the beginning of two thousand eighteen so the most successful I mean the wineries the most legitimate successful I mean that's that's probably probably the most successful business is there are any moment. I'm always curious with this with someone who like. You said you didn't need there was there was no need for plan. B But there's obviously a lot of things that interest you and you WanNa get into was. has there ever been a moment whether it be with the clothing or the winery where it starts to feel like a job and you're like Oh. This is a little different than when it was. Maybe not your fulltime job and maybe more of a hobby for me. It's somewhat of the due diligence side of things. It's the business it's like. I'm a I'm a doer so I'm like like when I get an email. That is like paragraph long. I'm like that's too long for me. Just call me you know I'm like I'm not a for me. That's it's not exciting or interesting and drawing me in like I need. I need the doing I need the conversation. I need to go see someone. I need to make a plan. I need to design a label. I needed a like. I'm a doer. That's how described myself instead of a planner a detail person so when you're dealing with businesses you can't ignore those things then you also have to be a boss like a real boss and hold people accountable so I I I have. I mean that's not impossible by any means but but you know sometimes it gets harder. Maybe of this experience in business. Sometimes people aren't just doing their job very well and you don't really know until you either change range but how do you get to the point of changing and so so sometimes that reality is a little challenging to navigate and you know especially Salim Business when you've created friendships and you know people really well that's tough. one of the things we say at Corp is higher slow fire fast so so you know Dan's been in the cost for many years now but I'm still here sue still here though it was very slow my hurry yeah Danika when you think letters upon letters tweets and tweets and pretty much long letters yeah not long yeah our listeners are always intrigued about the arc of how something gets done so walk us through a little bit of like who is your right and left him person when it comes to finances finances and when it comes to investing philosophies. Would you consider yourself more of an ownership person or licensing. Persian licensing has in the past ownerships the future so. I don't know if you've I don't think so. You seem like you're more on the ownership side of things but for me. It was always easier to you kind of just you know lend my name get paid. It's quick it's dirty. It's easy those like dating but yeah give it through your name out there students. Did you say I don't have any of that stuff but but but for the future now it's like when there's an opportunity to be paid for something versus versus have some ownership and have investment in the project and and and have potential for the long term earnings that really will far outweigh the short term if you're willing linked to be patient. I'm always willing to take the long-term now. I'm like look I WANNA be a partner. I WANNA be an investor I want to I want to have the opportunity for this to have have some tremendous growth and you know especially now like I have. I have my time to invest before I mean you didn't you didn't show up for something anything if you didn't get paid you know and so with actually with my book in particular but also but also oh the clothing line and all the projects moving forward the wine. They were projects that that I said to myself. I am not going to count the days on these. I'm GONNA do what it takes to be successful because before them I had always counted the days. It was literally. You're guaranteed five days five six hour days when they're done or you you get to eight hour days. They're done like I would do a great job. I'm on time professional. Rave reviews usually but there's there's the but there's a transition where you go okay. I'm going to invest in these women invest myself but I'm also going to invest in these projects and and I stopped counting the days so that was kind of the transition point for news probably like two thousand seventeen. Is there ever been a time where you've turned down something because the time commitment is too big is he's like hey. I can't like you know because everyone's time is valuable. Yeah you know you say you have the time now but there's gotta be a point where it might have been a great idea but like look. I can't be focus. It's on this for thirty hours a week when all these other things going on yeah thirty hours a week who says anything for thirty hours a week. That's true games your shoes your boss. You're supposed to say this is what I do thirty hours a week remember. You said you were here till two. Am I was I was to a that's actually working. Oh Yeah Ah we've got to work around the clock. Keep your to your tweets yeah well. That's a little tip for you for now that you have free time tweet late at night so people we're like shit. She's really truly killing it and then wake up at like seven in the morning. Throw a tweet and then go back to sleep for like four hours. So people like you sleep and it's like nope never sleep..
"danica patrick" Discussed on The Corp
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"danica patrick" Discussed on The Corp
"Welcome back to the core week three. We have Danika Patrick Hatcher and Tom. Bill you on this week of the Corporal Danika Patrick. I up unbelievable interview. She we touched on a lot of things but the one thing I wanted to kind of preview and talk to you about A. Rod was the idea of the day you retire and what does does that mean for an athlete when they go into their post retirement life world and the kind of this scariness of waking up that next day hey and saying everything I was I am no longer right and you had that moment the day after you retire and you did it in midseason. I'd have to imagine those first couple days. Waking up had to be shocking to the system of your routine is is now for twenty plus. Years is now gone long. It's scary as hell. I'm going on my thirty anniversary. you know this upcoming week and and it's scary me like falling from the top of the hill and you just you don't know where the bottom is and you know. There's this is famous saying that you say athletes die twice once when they retire and once real death and when I went home that first weekend Dan owls so scared scared and I had two or three teams. Call me and say hey we'll put you on. We're out of the race will let you hit four home runs and I probably thought about it for half a second and then I said No. I'm good with the Yankees and then I started my life after baseball of course I had thought about retirement for some crazy reason my rookie year and that's when I started making early honest making my investments not thinking I would play for almost twenty three years thinking that I would play for five and a half years. That's the average and you know thank goodness it that I'm having so much fun post my career but I'm also involved the very much in baseball with ESPN with Fox. Yeah I think that what you just described having not a fallback plan but things already set up in place is when you retire and we talked about this with Dan. I think it's very interesting more than just an athlete. How are you more than just an athlete. Your identity is your sport. What so you've been doing but Danika like she said you know winery clothing line all these things all these hobbies and interests that she's had being able to you wake up that that first day when you're not an athlete anymore and have that to fall back on has to be comforting one question with you just talked about about teams calling you. What were the team called you. Let's get a headline can dispose headline and I know you can Dan before I answer that question about. We talked about Lincoln our friends from Lincoln. We're hiring barstool the corpus hiring so you need to get on linked it because we won't find you unless you're on linked in and a-rod. We've talked about this but as a people who I don't own a business. I have a stake in Barstool so I yeah I do. I guess would be a part owner but when you're looking for new employees you have to get the biggest pool of candidates possible otherwise. You're doing yourself a disservice. I'm sure you've had hiring nightmares yet. Don't say me included yes. You've had hiring nightmares where you hire the wrong person because maybe you didn't look in the right pool or go through enough candidates and that's why linked in is so great because they have six hundred million members that visit linked into connect learn learn and grow as professionals if you have a business and you're not using Lincoln. You're doing yourself a disservice as the corp say higher slow fire fast. We never make a higher without looking Lincoln. Yes so there you go so if you WANNA job at the Corp if you want to. If you have a business and you want to hire or someone who is well qualified and like you said that's a great thing higher slow fire fast higher slow means you gotTa Post. Your job on Lincoln and you gotTa look through all those those candidates and the best way to do it like I said linked in with Lincoln jobs. You can pay what you want in the first fifty fifty.
Twitter slams Danica Patrick's opening monologue at ESPY Awards
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Indianapolis 500: Danica Patrick crashes out in final race of her career
"A hot one today ninety one the projected high if we get there we'll tie a record that's over a hundred years old eighty four degrees currently in detroit's wbz news time at one fifteen it's time for sports we welcome in chris villar it's a nice toasty wanna comerica park this afternoon well it's a rubber magic america park hopefully it doesn't melt tigers and white sox playing to take the holiday weekend series in detroit lefty blaine hardy on the bump for the tigers his third straight start in a row since transitioning from the bullpen facing right hander james shields of chicago and hardy getting out of the first inning without any damage so far heading to the bottom of that opening frame elsewhere in the division first place cleveland now three and a half games up on detroit in their own rubber match against the defending champion astros they just got started as well winter go home for the cavaliers and celtics in boston game seven cleveland won't have forward kevin love however he's in the nba concussion protocol after bashing heads with jason tatum in game six say jeff green will take loves place on the floor and lebron james may need to step it up even more so was a challenge trying to win again not in the line of always challenging tip off at the td garden at eight thirty there will be back to back games sevens in the nba houston golden state go monday night it's race day at indy and expected three hundred thousand fans in attendance for the one hundred second running of the indy five hundred danika patrick racing for the final time today starting on the inside track in the third row but has since slipped back as far as fourteenth and mingy lee holds the clubhouse lead going into the final round of the vulva championship at the travis point country club in ann arbor to clear.