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Fresh update on "davey" discussed on Pantheon
"Loud ahead itself solve load ahead. His bass playing was so unique. I think you can play. Any of the album's he's on. The i would say space ritual right. I wish is the w live album. I just listened to that base. Yes because it. It goes places where very few bass guitarist ever go after he left and we had some good ice players but none of are really catch levies even allen davey. Who's a total freak down. The old pre covid led a band ice of spades which is the longest running motorhead tribute bands. Even hey of what. He's not playing both has songs. Even he contacts levy it. Probably that whole second lobbyist player was that a amicable split. Lemme just leaving A question over here onto and went up to canada and customs found some mysterious substances levies possession. Ooh and He was banned definite sell while they figured out. What it was. And ho clinton's sector for that. Basically the stories the stories of the book. It's sort of fatty law of sally sorted. But they sacked him He was still upset about it when i knew him. And i've read interview said's did afterwards and it wasn't. It wasn't really something. Came to tubs with even optima has became you know what they became huge. And i think that was still a little bit of resentment. A at. it's funny. Because last time i saw him was guys like eighty one and he guested with it. Got up on station of sub show and did silver shade and afterwards. Yeah he just said. Did you notice. I got the biggest cheer of the evening when he got up And it's true. I've been loved by many people. I mean he could. He could be pretty scary. He could look pretty scary I think people just adored him. It was it was funny. Yeah for somebody who really did make the same noise for thirty years of records. If you love one motta leaves off list of them. Stick to the few first few albums dead. y you get the The ice of spain's box. I was i was thinking about it but i did not know. Did you know i go. I both the The two cd version. Yes at an internet retailer on music. Mp threes when you buy You got the bulk set as the free download. Oh yes did did. Let me play. Hawk win songs. as motorhead. the vip show motorhead did silver machines when full boat ahead set to the other. A definite. we're never gonna play for. She first gave. Somebody shied out so say i started. That's pretty funny. So who else did you talk to in hawk win for this book. Besides besides you know some of the people that you mentioned that contribute like alan davey whether other people in the bay very myself. I've been writing about ho- quinn's I mean earliest interviews with paul calvert. Who is that again through. The golden age I review one of his subtle not make staff We'll let the officers a message. Kalpa tools wants you to bring him back. God polk county So there's interview with him. dave brooklyn toll to golden about ten years ago and then out on Adrian shaw who's a basis for a ball. Paul rudolph foods. Being ferries quinton he lantern people from every era statia until delta on carta. Dmc is mr dibs. His the hope. Mr gibson's great. He was that in more. Recent is Deposit was three years ago. Now now in a band called the lizard who Not shying you'd hope they would be like evil blizzard the great. That's the other thing with this book. i think he's i. You see all these bad names that you don't even recognize it. Youtube find something it's i. Oh wow is that the hippie slacks which is such a wonderful band. I i mean. I'd seen them a couple of times in the eighties. And just sorta remembered is the like that but writing about the move digging out this whole cassette of great man. They were now. I play them. So they have a terrific Haukeland semi tribute On their albums colds sunshine on the truncheons. And it's about free festivals in england during the eighties and the chorus set to the tune of silver machine is owned always whole quick together and speaking of festivals. Hawk one was pretty damn popular at festivals man. They always did the good job. Archetypal festival badge of the early seventies. I in the eighties with that seems started to percolate back. They guide volt again and basically if there was a free festival being held in a failed as a whole would be that spans and nicholas best actor player up until seventy six that he had a bunch of bands afterwards best winter real pretty good actually but they would just turned up as well. I remember guys seventy seven. That was a free festival near to where friend lived is absolutely middle of nowhere. It took that to house out of london that we're going to get a free festival and we got there those beautiful pyramid-shaped stage and victoria's new band were played the and it was so funny. 'cause i've never seen this show listed in any gig listing online or i know about this show is i was there that i was talking to somebody who in the band for the book. And he said oh. Yeah that's the stage struck by lightning.
"davey" Discussed on Wonderful!
"Just like a the faces set and you are just moving the tiniest part of the face to communicate emotion. Right it's fascinating i think. Kubo and the two strings is not claymation. But i forget the name of at a behind the scenes like making of of just like one from the two strange like holy got. How does anybody do this. Yeah artem did start moving away so the movie flushed away was a cgi replication of clay animation. So there there are definitely some changes being made but the the big starting point so the first like claymation film was done back. Nineteen oh eight in this like a silent film and it was like it was a spoof of the presidential election with roosevelt. I bet that was funny. I watched it all you can watch. Yeah it's on youtube and it's just a bench of men getting in a fight in a bar and then one man goes to jail and he goes to sleep and while he sleeping. These busts of the presidential candidates appear and you can see them like slowly be piece together into who they are like which candidate they are Not sounds that sounds like widening crisis but these like klay bust the they don't talk. They're not animated. It's just like you see the clay make it and then you're like oh oh i get it. You know. there's people who watch that back in one thousand nine hundred like oh take. Oh my god claymation. As i think we know it really took off with Like gumby and david and goliath sweet. Climate rudolph the red-nosed reindeer snowman. I just remembered that my dad used to quote that all the time like as a joke not in the manner that it was intended but like if one of us did something wrong he would always go. God knows davey. That's really good. I guess there's an episode davey was just being aurora. Rip scally on and be like so what. I didn't get in trouble. Galled knows that was. Actually when i was looking at this. The david and goliath was something that was given to the networks for free. I remember. I've watched thinking of david and goliath partially because how did that. How did that happen. How did somebody make a free claymation show for networks to use. It was paid for by the church as i imagined. Yes yeah but gumby and davey same. Same creator wow yeah. I don't think i knew that. I remember that So the the argument that that. I'm familiar with actually started back in the eighties Nick park joined arden in nineteen eighty-five and the first Film they put out his creature comforts in nineteen eighty nine. I've never heard heard of that film. Oh it's very good. It's it's filmed like documentary style and it's a speaking to animals in captivity. That's that's fun. yeah. I mean it's it's it's it's not exactly light hearted. No it is a lot of animals. You know what i'd do. We watched a documentary about art man. Yeah i remember because of animals kind of complaining about the the zoo conditions. I remember that their studio burned down. My mind could not process the amount of film history. That was probably lost in that. In that event. Wow this is fun. This is not a bummer episode at all but Nick park since joining men. They've received a total of six academy award nominations and have won four. Wow with creature comforts. I mentioned a grand day out Was nominated wrong. Trousers close shave cursor the wear rabbit And they're you know they're still doing today. Shaun the sheep. Oh yeah really. Hugely successful and There's been any other number lionel. Tim burton did like a like a pirate. Oh yeah that they were involved with. They'd done commercials..
No. 2 Baylor holds off feisty Iowa State 76-65
"Jered Butler delivered twenty one points and second ranked Baylor resumed its big twelve schedule with a victory over Iowa state seventy six sixty five it's been a long time since replacing you know stiff competition and you know what we said in the locker room like we these are the games that make basketball fun not the blowout wins and you know which is really good for us to finally get a no low rubber meets the road type thing it was Taylor's closest win of the season the bears trail fifty five fifty three before ten run allowed them to pull away and improved to nine and overall to when I when the conference this year Teagan Davey and Mitchell each had thirteen points for the bears J. Bob Johnson with the cyclones with seventeen points to more than Solomon young I'm Dave Ferrie
"davey" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes
"Dubious claims viral disinformation. And they just found that it reduced engagement. They were like screw it. We want the engage. Yeah let's just slap more fact checking labels on posts that all definitely solve you know the erosion of what we all believed to be in this country. My last question for you is about the demand side of this. I mean at one level. There's this market breakdown. That's left this gap right. So people used to get their information from like the local nightly news and maybe the local newspaper and then there's like national news networks. They watch the nightly news and now they're getting their bombarded with information often through social media platforms those social media platforms tend to emphasize You know virality virality and engagement and those things tend towards like the outrageous through the you know the the outrageous or the dramatic or or things like that right but then there's also just like i dunno it's like how much of this is human demand for information to people like conspiracy theories they've i mean. Rumor mongering is basically the oldest human practice. There's pretty good evidence. Actually that way we learn like human language developed like talk shit about other people like that's actually the first thing that we alek language for this is actually true. It's not definitive. But there's pretty good evidence that the first use of language was like us like describing who was in and out in the kin group. That's great so like there's there's some human you know there's some demand i guess my question. You is just like what like feels like. We've crossed some rubicon here with this with the election. Stuff that there's tens of millions of people who are going to believe the election was stolen that the ghost of hugo chavez floated into the machines of the dominion machines and it changed the votes while the maiden name sharpies like none of it is internally consistent. They're just like a million different theories in the end. It's it's fraudulent. And i guess the question is like is this just the information violent. We live in now unless something major changes in the way that the upper echelons of the republican party donald trump operate or the way the algorithms operate. I think so. I think it is the information landscape we've set up for a solves and There isn't much incentive for the people in power to change anything the you know. The companies are multibillion dollar businesses and they do want the engagement they do want the attention. They want to be places that people use to entertain themselves. There's a really jarring misalignment of you know sort of that. That human nature of wanting something salacious to look at and consume and the basic human need for good information. Good quality information about your community like what's in your water or if there's corruption in you know your city council which can be kind of dry to read about in in sort of the day to day consumption of news and end the day to day beat of what's going on in your community but but that is really really crucial if we want to keep this democracy that we said we wanted and so we want.
Davey Crocket and The Frozen Sun
"Lived a man named davy crockett. If you've heard of old navy it's probably for his final stand at the alamo or more likely for his raccoon skin cap. The cap was made of thick raccoon for for keeping warm during the harsh western winters. And it had the bushy tail hanging down the back. Davy crockett was more than the alamo and a cap though he was an adventurer one of the brave people who saw the endless frontier and waited in a man at his favorite swimming hole even during the coldest winters rarely would he be sitting peacefully indoors or relaxing. He spent his days out in nature sleeping in the mountains and bathing in the rivers. Other folks thought davy. Crockett might just be a little crazy but if so they were lucky to have him because it was on one particularly cold morning that davy. Crockett saved the world. He woke with the sun as he always did. In those days it was deep winter in the mountains. Where even though the donning son was bright. It didn't seem to offer any warmth at all. Icy wind howled like a banshee and even the animals had the good sense to be hibernating. What a beautiful morning davies said to himself he tried to rise up out of his bedroll but it was so covered in ice. He was stuck fast with a little work. He managed to get an arm free and then he was able to use a hammer and chisel to get the rest of the way out. It's cold one. No doubt he said but it'll get warmer. When the son gets a meyde higher. He tried to get a fire going to make breakfast but all his would was frozen solid even the coals from the night before were nothing but snowballs davey tried to spit in disappointment but it froze halfway to the ground and shattered on an icy stone. Well ours coffee today. I guess he said he makes some coffee grounds into some snow and eight. It like a snow cone. It wasn't tasty but it seemed to help wake him up a little. Where's the darn sun. He said looking at the horizon with a start of shock. He saw that. The sun hadn't risen any higher. It was still stuck on the horizon like tongue on an ice cube and it was starting to look more blue than yellow. What in our nation is going on with that davey climbed up a nearby mountain peak to get a better view. Every step was so icy. Put his hand to his coon skin. Cap to shield. His eyes peered at the horizon. Oh lord no the frontiers mun was brave and he thought he'd seen it all in his adventures. But this was something new and something awful. It was so cold that the sun itself had frozen on the horizon. He could see it stuck between two peaks of ice sunbeam's frozen in their tracks like icicles. Well this is no good at all davies said. He looked in the other direction and saw a little town. At the base of the mountain. The buildings were all coated in a fine layer of ice. Like a frosted cake. The pastors were like sheets of glass. And even the smoke from chimneys was frozen in place. Well darn davy. Crockett said to himself from high up on the mountain peak. Either i'm gonna fix this mess or we gotta get the cows so my skates he thought about cows skating for a minute and decided that they wouldn't like it that much better. He just fixed the problem before all the milk got frozen into ice cream. Of course most people may have been at a loss on how to fix a frozen sun but davy. Crockett wasn't like most people. He didn't wait around thinking or planning or any of that now. He just pointed himself at the frozen sun and started walking.
If I Could Bottle Up One Gift For You: On Self-Compassion by Krista O'Reilly-Davi-Digui
"If i could bottle up one gift for you on self compassion by krista o'reilly davey of life in progress dot ca the best way to ditch self-doubt and walk in confidence. Is the practice self compassion. Self compassion is fundamental to living with purpose health and joy and for sustainable in meaningful growth. Self compassion is also a key tool and learning to quiet. The noise of comparison perfectionism in fear. Let me tell you how. According to kristin neff associate professor in the university of texas at austin department of educational psychology and creator of the self compassion scales widely used in research. Self compassion involves treating oneself with kindness and understanding when facing suffering self kindness seeing ones failures as part of the human condition than feeling isolated common humanity and having a balanced awareness of painful thoughts and emotions. Mindfulness sounds amazing. Right self compassionate self esteem are not the same thing when compared in research self compassion predicted more stable feelings of self worth then self esteem and was less attached to specific outcomes. This is what i mean. When i say i hold things loosely or say open up to joyful possibility self compassion was also linked to less social comparison public self consciousness. Self rumination in anger talk about freedom. We can absolutely be compassionate toward others even when lacking in self compassion. The research bears this out. However i am convinced that to show up fully to life including choosing to receive the fullness of gifts and beauty that life has to offer including the opportunities to stretch and grow and thrive even in the midst of challenges. Self compassion is a must self compassion leads to less self judgment in lower depressive symptoms increases resilience and a sense of capacity and because as a direct and immediate positive on our psycho physiological experience of stress alpha emily's activity heart rate variability and interleukin six response and also leads to improve health behaviors and overall physical health reduction in perceived stress means that people respond to their personal failures struggles in difficult circumstances with kind forgiving attitude. I suspect is also tied to a more hopeful attitude because self compassion also makes way for a growth mindset carol dewick as college professor at stanford university teaches about growth mindset which is tied to neuro plasticity in the understanding that abilities and intelligence can be developed having a growth mindset boost resilience positive emotions and a person's capacity bounce back quickly from struggle failure or loss self compassion and a growth mindset are required for us to become the fullest healthiest versions of ourselves self-improvement. I prefer becoming requires a realistic assessment of who and how we are of both our strengths and limitations. We must get honest about who we are where we are are stories and struggles and our gifting to i. We need to see until the truth about who we are. Then we can take positive action to move closer to who and how we choose to be yet another benefit of practicing self compassion and of a growth mindset is that it helps us live with courage. We become less afraid of failure. We know that failure is normal. Were able to work toward meaningful goals without attaching our worthiness to the outcome. We are less worried about judgment from self or others and his opens the way for us to try experiment. Risk be honest. Do hard things. And so on bernard brown professor at the university of houston and researcher. On the topics of courage vulnerability shame speak to the ordinary courage. A speaking from our hearts and living wholeheartedly. She teaches at courage as a requirement for a living. Our best lives because to do so requires greed wilner ability and even risk. We will get hurt. We will face rejection or challenges and without self compassion. We are unlikely to choose this path. Self compassion also allows us to see differently. It helps us see ourselves as messy and complex rather than broken or in progress as opposed to bad or a failure. It makes room for joyful possibility and all or something instead of an all or nothing perspective. Self compassion is essential for learning to embrace our imperfection or common humanity. Even having a sense of humor about it for making peace with a messiness of life and picking up joy anyway why does walking and self compassion matter to you number. One research demonstrated slightly lower self compassionate and women compared to men but women reported higher compassion for others compared to men rate your level of self compassion from one to ten and take note of your response check in periodically in note any shifts number. Two what are your immediate feelings and thoughts that surface when reading about this topic notice any sensations in your body right down the thoughts. You're having notice if you're feeling resistance or openness to the idea of offering yourself the gift of self compassion number three pull out a notebook and pen or head out for me entering walk as he spend time reflection. Consider examples from your life where you are not being kind to yourself for kind as he like. Think about how life would feel differently if you committed to living with self compassion number four. Why you think learning and practicing self compassion and self kindness matters to you. What are your motivations for growing healing or becoming in this area number five. Consider the roots of your current patterns of thought and behavior was self compassion model to you. What stories you grow believing about yourself key. Think of an event or life experience. They made you believe that treating yourself kindly was wrong or selfish number six. Do you have role models in life. Which draws you to them. List out the characteristics about them you admire and or want to grow in yourself to think about how living from a place of self compassion might help you move closer to the vision of who and how you want to be number seven if there's one area of your life that you most want to change name it and write it down to acknowledge it. Then as we move through the month consider how to apply the information. We're learning to that specific issue or area of your life. May this be a year of gentle growth letting go of what no longer serves in deepening. Your roots of self awareness and self compassion.
Eagles player tests positive for COVID-19
"Eagles has tested positive for covert 19 and as we hear from K Y double to use Dave you ram the Eagle said They got confirmation of this positive test yesterday morning, even though there on thereby they're still testing every day. The team didn't specify who tested positive, but they placed safety Marcus Eppes on the cove in 19 list. That list is for players who are either positive or close contacts, according to NFL network. EPPS was a symptomatic, the Eagle said. They're following NFL NFLPA intensive protocols, which are meant to help reduce the chance of spreading. This is the Eagles first positive case during the regular season. Their website noted how beginning yesterday the teams off through Sunday However, earlier this week, Doug Peterson mention that the players were set to come in on Wednesday to do some work. Davey ran
Philadelphia Eagles safety Marcus Epps tests positive for COVID-19
"A player on the Philadelphia Eagles tested positive for covert 19 K Y. W's Dave you ram has the story Eagles announced this positive test was confirmed yesterday morning. They didn't specify who tested positive. But they placed safety Marcus Eppes on the cove in 19 list. That list is for players who either tested positive or were in close contact with someone who did, NFL network reported. Epps was asymptomatic, the Eagle said. They're following the NFL NFLPA intensive protocols, which were put in by the league to reduce the risk of more spreading. These intensive protocol includes a lot of mask and forcing And reminders to wear them. This is the first time the Eagles are dealing with a positive case in the regular season. They're on there by week, so they're website noted how players air off from yesterday through Sunday. However, head coach Doug Peterson mentioned earlier this week that players were set to come in on Wednesday to do some work, Davey Ram K Y W News radio
Man mauled by leopard behind Davie home
"Encounter with a wild animal in Broward has a man dealing with severe injuries. The Florida Wildlife Commission says. Dwight Turner paid $150 for a full contact experience with a black leopard at a home in Davey on Ernest Boulevard two months ago. But as soon as Turner approached the animal it attacked A 50 year old Turner had his right ear tourney off in half and the they say that his scalp was left hanging from his head. The homeowner Michael Pokey, is allowed to own the leopard but is facing charges for setting up that encounter.
Zeke on Dallas loss: 'I'm sorry; this one is on me'
"Got smoked on Monday night Football by the Arizona Cardinals, 38 to 10 the final there and Kyi W's debut, RAM reports on what that means means to to the the NFC NFC East East standing. standing. Even Even though though the the Eagles Eagles are are 14 14 and and one one they're they're just just a a half half game game back back in in the the first first place, place, too. too. Oh, Oh, in in four four cowboy cowboy and and shovels shovels it it forward forward to to fumble fumble the the ball. ball. Zeke Zeke Elliott Elliott fumbled fumbled the the shovel shovel pass pass and and has has turned turned it it over over again. again. Brad Brad Sham Sham 1053 1053 The The fan fan in in Dallas, Zeke Elia to first half fumbles on Monday night in Arizona responded with touchdown. I want to say I'm sorry. This one's on me, and I need to be better for this team because of the loss. The heavily injured birds have a chance to squeak in the first place at least briefly Thursday night with a win over the giant NFC East, right. I mean, everything's still kind of offer grabs, and we're just trying to figure out how to how to how to win a game and how to, you know, get guys healthy. TTO play Doug Peterson Eagles finish Sunday's lost to the Ravenswood just two original starters on offense. Carson Wentz and Jason Kelsey Davey
Remembering Eddie Van Halen with Steve Gorman
"Joining me now is Steve. Gorman who was the drummer in the Black Crowes who now plays with trigger hippy and before we talk about some of the Black Crowes stuff in your book I. I saw tweets even it was talking about Eddie Van Halen, which is Kinda. Why you here you say there will be many many words written and spoken about Eddie. Van. Halen, over the next few days, weeks, months and years those millions of words will never come close to expressing what he meant a rock music what he meant to guitarist and what he meant to the guitar itself that's pretty powerful statement Mr Gorman what did Eddie and remind me to rock music I. Think it's it's pretty simple. You can say that he and Jimi Hendrix of the two guys. That truly, and and only the two guys that moved the needle for the guitar itself I mean Hendrix. came out of a blue based. seem. And took the playing and the tone he could get to a new place but even hail and. Really almost came in from another country. Another planet I should say another he's like an alien life form I mean, he was a virtuosic player obviously but he He reinvented what what you could do is to guitar and the fact of the matter is this. Like Hendrix. But even to a greater degree, anybody tries to play like Eddie. Van Halen. Just sounds like a mind a mimic they. It's like rich little doing Johnny Carson okay. Yeah. That kind of sounds like him but. There's nothing nobody's ever been able to do any van. Halen. Did it make it feel a certain way? That each just the and he was that way at twenty two I mean, this is this is not a guy like it's not like David Blaine magic tricks where he gets bigger and better every year he started with card tricks that other people did I even Halen hit the ground running with Van Halen one playing an instrument that have been around for centuries unlike anybody else had ever done I mean he was on the Mount. Rushmore. Of Great Depar- players. At twenty two years old and then, and then he stuck around for another forty years still playing unlike anybody before sin. So I just think that in terms of. You know. Sheer unique. Mindset ambition combined with just. Great talent obviously. But but also phenomenal work ethic I mean he's just a complete unicorn in every sense of the word. How would you describe his guitar sound and I say that I know what I think of it but I wasn't I just messed van Halen like I came around right as you guys were blowing up honestly so that for me the van Halen was slightly classic rock slightly old rock to me as A. Kid. So as someone 'cause, you're just years older than I am but how would you describe his guitar sound someone who was in in it and living it in love and Van Halen? Well I can tell you that that was thirteen years old the first time I heard Van Halen and I remember it. I remember where I was I remember who I was with. It was going home from school in Hopkinsville Kentucky. You really got me there kinks the you know the their cover, the kinks song came on the radio. And and it was playing already and I said, Hey, mom turn that up. It was me and my mom and my friend Brooke. Lofton. The three of us in a car and she turned it up and I my first thought was. That must be like a live version of the king song and I was thinking like we don't they don't rock or do they. But when it hit that Solo and then by the time, the song ended I realized well, that does that's not ray Davey seeing this is clearly a cover version but what on earth is this and it was like making my? Hair on the back of my neck stand up. This is a time when I thought punk rock was the coolest thing in the world. and. The truth is Van Halen was more punk than the punks because they were truly breaking down a bunch of barriers if you will or they were going in their own. You know there hasn't been a band like Van Halen since led Zeppelin in terms of. Rock band hits the ground running at full steam and it obliterates everything in their path in a certain sense and. Jimmy van Halen sound it sounded like California was in my head. You know soon as I realized soon as I heard about them, they're from La, and as soon as I saw David Lee Roth and then as soon as I heard more than you know the next thing I heard was eruption Guitar Solo and you know hearing just two pieces of their first album and seeing what they look like it just. It felt brand new and it already felt like they're going to be around forever. You just knew from the jump and this is me as a thirteen year old kid who is obsessed with music. This band is one of the Alzheimer's like there's nothing like this and they all have the chops and the other thing too as long as I'm just rambling incessantly any van Halen was a great rhythm player. It wasn't just about the Solos he led the band rhythmically and he's also it needs to be noted not that it's not obvious. He's a hell of a songwriter I mean he really was. As I said before he's a true Unicorn I mean, just just nothing like it. What does this sound like do you? It sounds frequent and right in right in the zone near your your key. That's one thing because listen I played a little bit I don't play even as good as my friends who are real life musicians, but it's perfect frequency and frequency is in the tone or the, but as because it's a lot. I mean Brad Paisley plays unnoticed Brad. Paisley. Because I hear the chicken Pickin I hear a very distinct sound and again I didn't catch van Halen as it was happening in my childhood. But when I hear Van Halen Song even if I, it's I, don't know who it is. Just hear the guitar part I hear the Eddie van Halen because I how fast he shreds but the pattern that he does it, you can just tell. By By his fingers and it just kind of again it's hard to explain when you ask about music but that's what I think about and I try to. Always try to. Prepare analogies and most of the people who listen to this podcast here between twenty to forty, and if you were to make an analogy to another band, it's GonNa be tough because Van Halen was massive. But who later on had the kind of? Impact or. Reflected the mass listening that Van Halen had well. What band what yeah. What band can we look at now or in the last ten years and see? Okay. Well, that's how big Van Halen was to the people that were the kids in the eighties.
Bill O'Brien: Head coach fired by Houston Texans
"Coach Bill O'Brien has gone from the Houston Texans and nobody can say they're surprised last January. He had his team up twenty four nothing over the chiefs in the playoffs then got outscored fifty one to seven. But as a coach O'Brien can at least say he won four division champions in six years. It's as a GM that he made. You scratch your head in one year he traded former number one picture Davey clowney to Seattle he traded two first round picks a second round pick for Laremy Tunsil and Kenny stills and the whopper of the mall. He traded the Andre Hopkins to Arizona for running back David Johnson as of now. Johnson is thirty seventh in the League in rushing and Hopkins leads the NFL in receiving. Yeah. That'll get you fired but not as fast as an oh four start despite having to Shawn Watson and Jj Watt on your team a heated argument with what may have been the last straw for O'Brien. Then again, have you ever stood next to Jj watt they can't say O'Brien doesn't have courage. He just doesn't have a job anymore.
García youngest Yankees postseason starter
"Have won three straight to open the postseason. Taking last night. Siri's opener from the break from the Rays tonight comes Game two with 21 year old rookie Davey Garcia taking them out against Tyler Glas. Now Garcia the youngest picture in Yankee history to start a playoff game, getting the knot over Game three p starter Masahiro Tanaka. Yankees of Court. 31 runs in the three games of the play offs With 11 homers. You could
008. Cloak & Dagger (1984) - burst 02
"So we have, we have alternative from IMDB and then. I also took a ton writing my own cam. Oh, now I can't say it's very short but it made me laugh walsum rising it. I'll read it that anyway but his imdb Barry Short two sentences basically okay. Clerk Dagga, a young boy and his imaginary friend end up on the run while in possession of a top secret spy gadget. Yeah. Doesn't it doesn't tell you too much about it we like that. We usually give people credit for not saying too much now his mind. I you sat comfortably you have a drink. I'm good I'm good. Go some lunch. Good. Okay. I'm not a writer people. You're gonNA tell into this. Cloak and dagger eleven year old lady still reeling from the loss of his mother I'm with his father busy with work turns to the only way he knows how to deal with grief spied stories. Then begins to save delusions of a spine named Jack flack. However, this secret agent seems to have it in Theon Davey and begins to advise him to do dangerous things. This escalates to the point where flax begins to advise Davey to run into oncoming traffic and begin killing people. Simultaneously I'm not done. Simultaneously Davies two friends and annoying girl on a twinkie obsessed twenty something likes to hang out with much younger kids offer him no respite. During Ole, this David is accidentally involved in spy plot of his own where he goes against every bit of advice, a young child is given and does not report it to the proper authorities almost resulting in his demise and the loss of governmental secrets. Yeah. I mean it's gotTa
How To Eat Like A Pro
"We all know that regulates `collectivities important part of staying healthy. But whether you're an avid gym, go all prefer occasional workouts I would diet can have a huge impact on goals and the physical development. This week's food for thought nutritious Daniel Davey and I explore the latest research sports nutrition and how by adapting the way in which we fuel ourselves disc be such a game changer and our performance skill and recovery had lay Donyo. For me it's an accident pleasure I've been wanting to bt for quite some time and about this topic and I think now thanks to lockdown actually we we've managed to to make this work. Haven't we? Some of the positives of covert here precisely, and let's start the conversation by discussing the biggest mistakes that you find people make when it comes to fueling S. Yeah I think the most obvious one is this. We tend to be really good at planning our training and knowing this Tuesday Thursday is Dan. Saturday are the days we're going to be running are going to be in the gym bus I. Don't think we pay the same type of attention to our planning our nutrition are fueling I. Think the biggest mistake on C. is is where people don't actually understand I need to align my energy and let's say my feeling are my carbohydrate needs to those days. So doing the same thing, every day is just not going to get you where you want to go. Said Korea. I think we don't prioritise on nutrition in that way tool, which is why we're having this discussion today because food is few and we need to probably expand I suppose where we're actual energy comes from. Yes. So energy can predominantly comb from carbohydrates as a source of energy. Joran exercise particularly as the intensity of that exercise increases our demand for field our demand for energy increases. So at rest were used predominantly free fatty acids are fat as a source of fuel bus for athletes or people who are exercising. You know it could be a team sport athletes could be someone on their bike at the weekends. The energy is coming mainly from carbohydrates and that's stored at stored form of carbohydrates is glycogen storage in in your muscles and liver. And when we begin to exercise could be broken down into glucose as a source of fuel for our muscles night often try. If I'm giving a talker explaining, I was used the kind of phrase of imagine an invisible. Being surrounding your entire body shape full of glycogen. It's almost like invisible energy isn't it power that's waiting to be waiting to be released? It does come from cops and it's crazy brady UAE cops the food group. We'll give you a pretty bad rap in the media as a quite a long time. I think people are now starting to realize that. Carbohydrates on top league quite the devil but. There's a lot of talk about energy and energy out as well. What do you force around this? Hub, I, suppose it. I go back to maybe some of my experience working with Elise athletes and you talk about energy in energy out I, think that there's There's a real misunderstanding about how critical it is to meet our energy levels and I know there's a lot of research on on relative energy efficiency that sweet we see in female athletes I. Think there's again maybe a lot of the information that's present in the media and social media has led to confusion boast. That fear of fuelling and that fear of getting enough energy and that actually have serious consequences for for general health but also a risk for injury our risk for illness things like that. So it's a far bigger thing than just not having energy for for exercise. If we do it over prolonged period of time, there are some pretty serious
New York Yankees to host Miami Marlins in the Bronx
"Though the Yankees aren't going to be playing their wild card, Siri's in the Bronx, they would like to go into the postseason playing much better than they are right now. Just haven't played clean enough baseball and obviously we're gonna have to do that if we're going to reach our goal. Aaron Boone's Yankees, losers of five out of six after the Marlins top them for three on Friday, and extras they hit into five double plays, committed four errors. Aaron Judge called it a mental mistake. I'd rather get him out of the way now. Davey Garcia starts against Miami this afternoon at the stadium, Don Mattingly and his Marlins getting their long playoff drought out of their way. Their win and Philadelphia's lost to the Res clinched their first postseason berth since 2003 emotions come out. Start thinking about Jose. Four years ago. You know what we've been through here? Just the whole thing, just kind of all sudden. Comes out yesterday, four years since the tragic passing of Jose Fernandez
NASCAR submits plan to convert Auto Club Speedway into half-mile short track
"Auto club speedway they're going to demo the whole thing. Make it a Martinsville Slash Bristol. For lack of a better term, I guess yeah. Although fact checking they're not going to out the whole thing because it's crazy to me is the front stretch is still going to be the same all auto club front stretch with a little bit of banking on it and the back stretch I think their plan is to be pit road which thinking about it. Logistically would be like a super tight turn because the pit road and the front stretch are not that far away from each other but the rendering looks really interesting. It just looks like a really long Martinsville slash. Bristol? And it kind of looks like hot wheels track. You know what I mean when you have those slam ours and they have the long straightaways in the super. Bank corners out of like forty five degrees. Economy reminds me of that takes me back to my to my
Red Sox top Nats 9-5
"Pitching fails them again in a 9 to 5 loss to the Red Sox manager Davey Martinez there Iran's now we just gotta We gotta get our story critical deep into games in Europe Open in there, maybe cover 63 instead of Six or seven. The Orioles fall to the
"davey" Discussed on Published...Or Not
"This is a three CR podcast and this is published or not. Depending on how old you are, how do you get on with your mother or how do you get on with your door? Tom These relationships are often fraud. Christine. Naming has a mother daughter relationship as just one of issues in ways we begin welcome Christi. Thanks Dan thank you for having me. Well. This is the now Anna is a teenager doing you twelve. She's very studious because she wants to get into medicine. She's not running amok. So where is the tension in the mother daughter relationship? K. So that the tension there is quite deeply embedded and I don't think even Anna knows where it comes from because there are things. That are an earth in hair progression through this novel that she does not know at the start and she has not known through her whole life and which have very very deep impact on her relationship with him the. At wants to get a ninety, nine, point, nine five. Because She doesn't have much to social life. But then this the. Why is different with him? She has made decision that she's not going to have a social life or more specifically. She's not going to be bothered with having a boyfriend Huzzah of all. The demands that having that sort of relationship would place on her but he just to come at it in a way with those demands. Not there, and in fact, it's quite interesting to watch her then stopped to invent reasons around why why she shouldn't be doing this and being part of this relationship. And is concerned about a year twelve. English. Because not like mass it's unpredictable. It relies on insight sensitivity and being taken it. was that a problem for her? I think she doesn't trust herself to be those things. I think she's kind of barely cognisant of that. She just has a fear of it and it comes from the deep mistrust of itself to be able to confidently do those things and it starts to become apparent that has not really had good a good role model. In learning those things in landing insight and sensitivity in risk property and all of those human interaction attributes. So instead of talking the book starts with Anna writing a letter to her mother and leaving the last words admit up on do wish things could have been different i..
Washington Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg to undergo season-ending surgery for carpal tunnel
"In Game two of the doubleheader tonight at home, although they're the road team in this when they trail 3 to 1 in the bottom half of the fourth Will Crows debut for the dance only lasted three and two thirds. The Marlin still batting in the bottom of the fourth with the bases loaded nationals held off a Marlins game 15. The four And, of course, the Nationals. The bad news today with Stephen Strasbourg will undergo carpal tunnel surgery next week team transferring him to the 60 Day injured list manager Davey Martinez saying outside of a miracle, it is most likely the end of his season.
Los Angeles Police arrest 2 suspects in hate crime targeting 3 transgender women
"Have been arrested in connection with that attack on three transgender women on Hollywood Boulevard early Monday morning. Willie Walker and on House Man was arrested in the Hollywood area yesterday. Charged with extortion. The primary suspect, Carlton Calloway, was arrested today in Bakersfield for robbery with a hate crime enhancement. And authorities still looking for Davey and Williams for assault with a deadly weapon. The women who were attacked, began posting the names and photos of the suspects Monday night videos of the attack posted to Social media shall bystanders laughing and taunting the women as their robbed? The footage also captures a police car driving by without stopping, LAPD Deputy Chief Justin Eisenberg said that matter is being looked into. We've opened a personnel investigation to look into the details of that. But I can confirm for you. That police SUV was responding to an unrelated emergency that required response with lights and sirens, and we believe they were headed to that emergency, and that's that why they went past. The scene of this incident has not said if the man who live stream the attack on his social media would face any charges. Santa Barbara County has seen the
So Your Boss Doesnt Seem To Like You
"This work matters with bestselling author and syndicated talk show host. Ken Coleman. Is Thursday August thirteenth. All right. Let's talk about an article here that I saw that I thought was just this is really good and and we get these calls from time to time. and. It's rare that I will take an article like this. That is opinion base not data based. And share but I thought it was a spot on its written by Leeann Davey Harvard Business, review. What do you do if your boss doesn't like you? going. Man Leave well, that is an option. But there are there are a couple of weeks here. Really fig through. And what I like about. What Leeann Davey doesn't article is she really addresses the source of why you think your boss doesn't like you and we're not assuming that it's actually true what you believe but that's what you feel. All right more on that in a moment. So the first thing is trust if trust is the problem and and I believe that trust is. Is Really at the core of this feeling if you feel like your boss doesn't like you. And Trust we're talking about here is not that they think you are a bad person or that you're unethical because if that's the case to probably to let you go pretty quickly. It's really about. Getting, the job. And Trust is really confidence here. I trust that you are going to execute on the job. They don't feel at the competence level is high enough. That's really what we're talking about here. and. So if that's the case you start by clarifying their expectations. Now. I talk about this on the show all the time, the key to getting promoted. is to. A. No your role being clear. B. E. Accepting your role. That's attitude. See Maximize your its effort. So I talk about this all the time. So let's go back to that first point. That's what she's saying here. You've got to make sure that you and your leader. Have the same expectations are you clear? She's done a bunch of research on this and has found that a lot of times. The issue is, is that the leader has it made themselves clear to the worker what is clearly expected? So this poor leadership and poor leadership exists everywhere. So you have got to make sure that you lead your leader by simply going going hey, I want to make sure that we are on the same page released expectations. So once you feel that you are clear on expectations you need an All out effort to show them that you are in fact, competent enough to do the job and they can then rely on you. That's when trust. Comes back and then the second issue connection. If, you and your boss don't feel a natural connection. If you're awesome have connection with you, you're gonNA see pretty easily. The first is body language eye contact. This is. From communication expert Nick Mortgage. Your subconscious is very good at picking up cues from contact and other body language. So if your boss is making significantly less I contact with even. That's a pretty good sign that they don't feel connected to you. Another measure is when your Bossi's avoid spending time interacting with you. So if you want to strengthen connection start by engaging more conversations about work, don't try to Overdo it with the hobbies and the sports and the food and the music topics. We already got a connection issue here. Don't force it. and. So start by engaging with conversations about work and then pay attention to what topics get the bosses, attention and energy. So then you can begin to say, Oh, I see that they really love to talk about this particular television show. You know and you've been to begin to build the connection. Now, why is this important? There's tons of research out there. That shows that your relationship with your boss. Is One of the most important factors in your overall experience at work? I would say that course the research verified that we all understand that. And it's really important. That you not to be best friends, but you need a really healthy. Let's call it healthy relationship with your leader and you have a lot to say about that. So don't put it all on them and don't assume that they don't like you if they're not trusting you a whole bunch and there's not a great connection, it may not have anything to do with whether they like it or not. So you got to be a big boy and a girl and step into this.
"davey" Discussed on Beef and Dairy Network
"Asking you to say things in French. You why? And then this number at this number and. Why what's that got to do anything? Are We counting? Counting cows, no, Sir I la Isla de three days, and I went back to my work on the dairy farm. Well, that's interesting, because I've been a website and I'm. I'm very impressed by what I see. And I think reading your literature. There is an acceptance that the school system will probably remain. but it's more bites reforming Matt's school system itself and I was very pleased to read through the the published beef curriculum. You've gone the website. It makes total sense to me, but I can imagine a lot of the more conventional educate just like the schoolteachers I've been speaking to recently will be quite resistant to this. How do you imagine that schools will be persuaded or or employed to to take up the beef curriculum? It's not so much about. Imploring schools to work with us, that's not really going to get any traction in such a conventional world of education. What we do at beef freely is forcibly impose ourselves onto scores and it is that imposing ourselves. That's part of the kind of the start of the curriculum. Really, isn't it go? We we strongly believe that it is right and best for us to infiltrate schools a often with some of the heard and takeover, young people's education whereabouts incredible yeah, and the cows themselves a quite central to the learning. Really you're replacing the teachers who are. In the school with a cow is the. How do you how you transforming these classrooms? Well well, there is real. There's no real need for a human teacher. When am a bovine teacher is available so yes? Part of the transformation is a physical transformation. We often get rid of a wall and we make make it much more accessible for our bull. Teachers Account Teachers to enter the room. We get rid of the seating and there's there's a lot more hands on work. Beef is transferable skills so. What you can learn just by laying your hands on the side of a cow. Already those children who've been able to to be part of that experience can testify to how powerful the education they're receiving is, and of course it goes much further lunt. Your current work focuses on the primary schools and secondary schools in Britain. When they graduate through from from High School, obviously than we have the university system, which we've touched on with your time, Oxford and medical schools, and and these kind of things. Does be education reached those levels always at that point is okay for someone who's been through refrigeration to go to a more conventional. Institution of Higher Education. You probably find that they won't want to feel like they need to. Absolutely because the learning so concentrated, you require less. You require us so your system at eighteen years old, you can stop practicing as a doctor straightaway team having not been to to medical school at six things, the one graduates at sixteen doing incredible work. Yet I open heart surgery from a beef graduate only six months ago. I think ams. And, the first stage is off. That heart surgery were incredibly successful. Just to be very clear, I feel like from Jesse. Point of view of what's the point that. The conventional way of thinking that open heart surgery was a complete failure well the. The historical oppression of the beef mentality was really to blame, not the student, because when a student has lessened the intricacies of surgery, using only shop and hoof, when they're presented with Archaic Systems of Sarah Scalpels and these small and intricate and frankly useless scientific bits of paraphernalia. It was setup for them to fail exactly there was no gravy. There was no butter. No, there was no hey of any kind. It was actually very very traumatizing for that surgeon. We've got to do a lot of work with them to rebuild that confidence, but they're ready to go back into the failed the literal field where we do our surgeries in the next few months, yeah. Now I think many people will be listening to this interview and and frankly panicking. Because I think you'd have opened up their eyes and their minds. To a whole different way of education, they'll be looking at that children. And thinking this child's doesn't. Love beef and the way it should. I've put them through conventional education. It's ruined their brain. What would you advice be for those parents now? Is there anything that they can do at this stage? We say that when children especially have no interest in beef, and when we have come across that before we say that when a child has no interest in beef, they have no interest in the world. Autumn selves. They've lost themselves and often If a child is resistant or recalcitrant to the beef, free education we do tend to find. that. They're not children at all, but rather fully grown Kiwi lamb. Dealers That promote. That disgusting Lamb Agenda for on. These these people from new. Zealand d'abord what dressed up as a child? Yes, absolutely and they they will lie asleep is asleep. Agents within families for years from birth. Sometimes. That's a very must be very convincing costume if they're able to. What passes a baby. People see what they want to see. They will continually see past the fact that a middle aged bidded New Zealander with Abu boots and a flannel shirts is lying in that Kat is is feeding at their breast. They will pass that. Yeah and I've seen similar things to I've. What passed a family that they're just on the street completely seemingly minding their own business. and. The children are six foot, two grown men with Australasian accents and Of course we know what they are. The lamb dailies. PSALMODY to lamb dealers. So, sad. It's so sad and. It's forty common. I wonder just for a moment. I can talk about my own stepchildren, tilly and Davey they go to a local primary school. which if you look at any of the government ratings is deemed to be excellent, but having spoken to the head teacher there and also you know seeing the work they're doing. I get the very strong sense that they all just wasting.
"davey" Discussed on Beef and Dairy Network
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"davey" Discussed on Beef and Dairy Network
"Anyway they stay with Alan Halftime. Identify what he's ideas. He's putting in their heads, and then when they stay with me I'm afraid that I feel the the time. The children's spend outside of school. I'm having to pick up a lot of slack because I asked them. What did you learn today? They will say Oh. We learned about some rubbish. Though, we drew a centerpiece. Gaffe like that. And I say right well. You've had your fun time to do some learning, and you learn through work, and we're very privileged living next to a working dairy farm, and both teddy and Davey almost every evening they spend in my household, their their next door, hosing the shut off the of the milking parlor. Well no one they let using the hose. That this a good use of a host. non-dangerous hose well. I think explained time today. What time they normally go to then say we might be getting the crux of the problem. Well. The final milking session starts around seven and that might take a couple of hours, so that's until nine. Then they sort of get the and take them up to the pasture and sometimes sheds, and then they probably start hosing about help us nine and there's a lot of shots on that milking Paula some quite ingrained. Which is strange, because obviously it's cleaned every night, but it it really it dries rock-hard very quickly and so give it a hose, and then they'll probably chipping off the worst of it then. Probably until one am right? Okay, not suffering to that on the weeks night because. This is starting to make sense staying at yours every other week with them mother and you. Smell bad I don't like saying that about children but they do in that Clayton to covert in. Looks like feces and blood I didn't know about books come from. I, think starting to make sense they. You'll have this week. Yes, the. Irene yes the perfect making their way from school now as we speak. And then though have that t then do some. Exercises that I set them decent bookwork am leaning by different. Bovine! Changing at the moment, the Romans, yes, well, no! Right. because. That's what that's supposed to be doing. Every nice at the moment, every not supposed to be as Romans and acting as Williams would and then writing door something I've noticed that they homework doesn't generally seem to have been done on the week, so I'm now realizing that your house he didn't anything on their vitamins this week till he was quite worried, she'd get in trouble and she didn't do what was required to by by the state. This. Government Mondays is nonsense they have to do and we had a go at it. Some of the dressing up stuff so couple of nights ago. Tilly was. Making a racket and saying Oh, I have to. Dresses a Roman senator N- so. In the end Margaret gave and it tends to be Margaret and You know we let dress up in Togo used a bed sheet and we created a Toga. And I said well. You know you'll soon see why we don't wear togas anymore. Tilly and she didn't know what I meant. Once she was dead in the milking pilot, blasting the shovels with a with a hose. Whites Toga wasn't white for very long. Let's put it that way. And by the end she was basically wearing of sopping. Shit encrusted sheet. To you as a good lesson to I, said look look how impractical this this Toga was when you know normally be wearing your waterproof dungarees. As in that way I understand that was the lesson you you trying to teach them? Really is the back in the days. We hadn't yet work diets. The best things to, and so we were finding around with sheets, and what have you? Know it's not. Really it's. So, I'm sorry I'm funny. Very hope to listen to this being. Being, a Vegan! something that's very distressing from me. Think about ready to. Be I did that animals reason. So please bad, I might. Not Be in the in the milking parlor. Utah I'm sure as a small amount of a kind of fecal back splash finds his way into the. The children's digestive system, but you know really is not just giving them. The strong immune response is required in the modern world. Visit might explain. Repair in smell. If if we're talking in those terms. I think they might have some sorts of developmental crab, him or syndrome. Fat. Stops them from creating. Familial bond with adults. That myself as hard as I'm trying I don't feel like I'm already making a connection with them so I think there's something wrong with him. Did you see what mean? I can't say I do watch she having seen them obviously. I'll incomes to pick them up sometimes and then when I see them with parents if I'm if you will, they seem completely normal, very happy, buoyant I think that David come be sensitive, but to be honest. It often seems to be on the weeks that that he's stayed with you. He came in on his birthday and He's been very excited day before and saying that he was going to get a hot wheels toy hall. Originally, it would be the first non meat based. Present that you'd have a bowl him. He was so excited, and then he was in flux of tears. All Day wouldn't even go sites play. Even though we said we'd let him play the game where he picks the weakest, Cowan, the Hud, and because you'd for him at the moment to the is, he said sticking cows off to see if it is with cough. Yes. I don't think not see tool. And he brought it in, and it looked like it had been used. Is. I mean how did yes because? If you get one from new. The cows can feel uncomfortable because the. Coldness to the metal, whereas when it's when that's been brady well worn over a couple of years, it develops a kind of Patina. which actually makes it much more comfortable for the cow, so it's actually an active respects to the pregnant or maybe non-pregnant Depending on on the reading comes out. And actually that's the moments where I gave him. was my own cast the moment, so that was given to me by my father, which was given to him by his grandfather so. When he was crying when I gave it to him, I assumed that was because he felt of history on his shoulders. Well, no, I'm afraid that he felt way to disappointments on his shoulders foot grind very fond of Davey and. To the point, Mariachi went out and bought him the garbage that he initially wanted was if he was my son. I didn't feel it suitable. Not The governor's I'm sorry to put it to them. I said. Do you think this is suitable? They said neither one of them was nearly sick. You seem to. Mind me, saying so below grip on reality I can see that you're in your own world with the pork magazine and it's it's base. It's beef, beef and dairy network..
"davey" Discussed on Beef and Dairy Network
"How she drew any beef. They shouldn't be while she to be so make a cake. Cake? I. It's a regular cake. Okay the. Dubbing thing is this bigger and there's an hour saying the man on both of that you're actually. Pointing it this figure own Tilles. He's got this clued hundred reached out to. To had mum on a Neil the hand holding aloft. What looks like and I'm very pleased about this and a piece of beef rice, yes. Yeah, and it does, it does look like. I could be. So rich in symbolism is. Okay city actually hear that she's. She's managed to be thrown. And she associated me with beef and that's. I think that's the first step pretty in terms of really cementation. That's really nice to hear. If. It's a very small detail. It's the fact that your looming towards him. Okay with it an evil. Look on your face as if you'll. I mean the reason I know. It's us because they refer to you. As the mom constantly and also, it does actually look a bit like years. So what's happening in Davies? Dev- so, this is already. More surreal one I suppose. Davey Antillean that parents. Were all in the hot air balloon and then. They must be you 'cause. It was an hour saying the man again. Looming towards them with a pin is to pop. The Abilene and then your other hand is I mean I can really describe is looking. Like cow's. Leg. With blood, coming out of it and it's. The blood is falling like rain onto onto the mall I mean it's something that concerns you or is this I? We crazy thinking. I won't I. WON'T WANT TO BE REASSURED. Well you know I'm not a psychologist neither you. I, think you know I've not seen the drawing from your description. I would say what what Davies depicting there. Is. He felt that Allen his biological father was. Was was kidnapping. His mother in a hot air balloon die. That's what he's worried about. is is Allen coming back and kidnapping his mother, and indeed assistant himself, and taking them away at balloon, like some kind of dastardly shila holmes villain, and what he's draw now is me coming to save them by taking. That's high balloon out of the sky, and taking them again, so I'm heartened to hear. He thinks I'm sort of superhero kind of character. You can fly up in the air and and take Diana. Traveling and sprinkle blood from a recently slaughtered cow onto them when I think probably in the in the in. The blood from the Carolinas is meant to be. Directed the Allen, as punishment for he's done. I mean. Is Paul to the family here at school the Taylor that. He would deserve to have. On Nimble blood rained on him for this cont. The way that day feet when Davy even says his he's. He says my a different voice and on only. GonNa Voice when he talks about me with me I, much kind of deep respects coming through the voice. Say, it's more of a grown..
"davey" Discussed on Beef and Dairy Network
"Ten months ago after years spent trying to meet women at industry, abundance events, and after a string of failed dates and a number of instances of identity theft, using the dating APP beef encounters. I met Margaret I bumped into her at the library and she dropped her pilot books. We both knelt down to pick them up and in doing so she accidentally need me hard in the face, breaking my nose, and fracturing my Izhak it, but even as I looked at her through my one guy as a maximo facial surgeon began explaining how he'd use a titanium bowl to reconstruct my cheekbone I knew she was the one. In fact, we got married as soon as I was able to blow my nose without minute cheek coming loose. The only bump in the road so far has been her two children my now, stepchildren, tilly, five and Davey seven. Now a how much effort I put in I can't seem to get through to them. For instance they refused to call me by my name and instead referred to me only as the man. Also there in my eyes, unreasonably obsessed with their father. Alan the unfaithful firemen. But as the old Dutch saying goes when a new bull squaring the mother, the cavs will wreak havoc upon the pasture. So, this is my first experience of being responsible for children, and it has opened my eyes the woefully inadequate schooling. The children in this country receive so when the head teacher Mrs Davenport wanted to speak to me over the phone about that. Progress I saw an opportunity for some pioneering gotcha journalism, which will surely not to me, if not a surprise accommodation certificate at the beef in meteoroid this year, being hosted Jabre legislator in Lincoln. Hello, it is. Reason Mrs. Seven wanted to speak to me. Was that according to her? The children had drawn pictures, which had given her cause for concern as you'll hear, I went along with it for a while before turning up the heat and asking some pressing questions about the state of education today. They've time we've been exploring feelings. Buckling up feelings and how to let them out in a project called mom and dad, but each one of the pitches. Sunshine on it and. Tilles Hunt Unicorn. They both one. Could the mind which could really? Seem about you. WanNa assumes is not suitable to be displayed. Is it because? Taylor has also included a unical on that one and I know as an educational establishment and I've been trying to drum the center here myself. The. Unicorn is a mythical beast. Is Not you know we shouldn't be teaching? Children at their animal's out there like the corner there are people making I. Try and create Unicorns in labs across Europe, but as far as where they haven't been successful so far. I've been trying to drum it in to tell you that. A lot of animals was actually a complete fabrications of her mind. Is that. Is that why you were ringing? Because I think that is something to worry about. I think you're right. I think that is something we need to focus on something you need to focus on. Stop Her drawing these mythical beasts, and starting drawing the farmyard animals that. The she should be joining frankly I, believe and this is something that throughout my training. I really believed that if they want situation, unicorns Unicorn to to join Unicorn with three homes, or if they want to draw route half, chicken half pig then. Great you know their imaginations are soaring, and this is the time to really not that creativity, because later on in life who knows what in Davey will be when they're older and nothing til certainly has it passion for drawing. She might be an taste old, maybe an teacher if he grew up to be the first agricultural scientists who manage to create the Half pig half chicken I would be delighted and I feel like as education establishment. You should also be delighted at the idea that one of your children should go onto. To merge to the meats that would be one of the biggest scientific breakthroughs of the twenty first century so far and so to talk down instead to promote the idea that they should be. Drawing? Which adds nothing to the common knowledge of mankind is very very disturbing to me. A K.. You seem to have a quite passion for me. Trish. KNOWS! They. Do seem to be. Mentioning me more and more to maybe maybe quoits disturbing level especially for Davey. still to play playground games for example way he wants. He wants to be a herd of cows, and he wants to pick the weakest cow and and stone. It before was taken to the slaughterhouse. Just want to defeat witnessing because I. Know that you you run such a newsletter for pork farmers She'll just keep you very busy. I'm I'm going. Stop you that It's not a newsletter. It's a network. And this for people who are interested in the production of beef, animals and dairy herds, not pork I. I respect polk, but I know about as much about it as the next man so. Beef beef. It's a beef network. Anyway. Look I still really understand what your problem is with these these pictures. Children although there in separate costs, he's very similar drawings which all of the school found? A bit concerning really In the pictures that wits Don at and. The someone who looks like you kind of leaning in behind a we've clueless. As if to take them, mum. A way to kind of groping her shoulder with this maniacal grin. On your face Susan how he say mom and Dad. You mean my wife Margaret. And and Alan. Yes I mean that parents. You'll that stop dot. That's right, isn't it? Yeah So hang on during Marcin at an. What smiling? Because that's that's a fiction. Let me tell you that. Well, I'm no Paul say to. The INS and outs of any relationship. It believe me if I started to not all know where it would lead. I can tell you some things. For start there wasn't enough ins and outs from from for Margaret's point of view. No Right it's not right the all mentioning that no that night and I. Talked about that I talk about. So. What's worrying about? She's so I said that Margaret and Allen that parents and and Dave Dave and tilly or A cake and that that's very very good joint especially late. She's only five. It's very detailed because flour eggs and someone in. Ingredients of the cake that you mentioned flowers. Going Let me, see so Tilles. Spell F. L. W., a. r., but we certainly worry about that very very pleased that she's an attempt to even writing. It's amazing, and then to acts and is looks like think is supposed to be part of sugar, and that's dot. Base. Sorry. Is there any joining any base. Annabi how she's doing any beef..
"davey" Discussed on The Final Lap
"Got Atlanta, which is the race that they canceled at the last second, due to the the Cova nineteen situation, and now we're actually seeing it hopefully play out this weekend. Yeah, hopefully, and I like Atlanta too because it's one of those areas that on the surface looks like a cookie cutter, mile and a half, but all the drivers will tell you that if one of their favorites because the the track is so damn, worn out, and she's up tires and eat them. Them so darned quickly, so tire falloff, which is kind of rare to see nowadays, especially on my own half tracks I mean he saw Charlotte. Bowman stayed out on old tyres stage. Joey. Donner did the same thing. He won the stage IA like at most mount half taxes, not really that important. Atlanta it everything and we saw that at Darlington, too so I'm excited. Whenever the Cup series go through Atlanta it just kind of worship, the racist, a little bit shorter. I'm all right, Kerry. Oh, totally you got me there. Absolutely so looking ahead of this weekend. We don't necessarily have to go through all the fantasy picks, but just a driver that stands out. For you at Atlanta. Honestly why not? Let's get Jimmy W? What are you say? Oh. forty-eight do. Do He is do so so do and I think back to the battle. He had with Carl Edwards at that track. It was fantastic. That was that was when I first started really understanding NASCAR I think that was an early, two, thousand, three or four or something like that mid mid two thousands. Yeah, absolutely. What? What's your? What's your pick on Atlanta this weekend? Well, it's kind of hard not to go with the hometown boy who's been pretty fast every track since covert. It seems like covid nineteen was a chase Elliott Fan, so I'm gonNA go chase Elliott. Well I'm going to have to go with Davey and pick Jimmy Johnson. Obviously, you know that's just my thing, no big shocker there, but like we talked about he's. Do Chevrolets do motor sports? Is doing well this year, so that's That's what I'm looking. At David Segal thank you so much for being on the program from the victory, lane podcast find it wherever you find podcasts. Because I noticed. It's everywhere so once again. Thanks for being on the program also think Davey before he goes before he goes any further. I think you made history just now you're the first person I believe I could be wrong, but I think you're the. The first person ever be interviewed by Kerry and myself at the same time, and I believe I'm the first person to be interviewed by youth throughout the same time getting a bike ticket. Well, that's definitely a difference staff so regardless definitely a different set all right thanks so much once again and check out his podcast victory, Lane David Segal. Thanks for.
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"It for a few months before I really pushed too hot in it and I sent that message around January and she didn't get back to me until September nine months later when she found the message and she was very polite and kind of said if any year since Davey dies and if you are still interested in writing something. I'd be happy to help. That was the context that I had with his family and I went to see any not knowing what she would say and not knowing how she would respond on also not necessarily being able to promise anything either. I knew I wanted to know more about daily story because it was important to me. I was sure there are parts of it. That hadn't been told yet but I didn't know if I was going to be able to tell them how I was going to be able to tell them if that was the case. What was it like going to visit amy? What was going on at her place when you went to meet her. That first time was living in an apartment and the beach. And we've had you on and she had a friend saying that over has a son and it was just a it was a regular Kinda. Saturday by the beach in some ways her sons with their throughout the conversation. You had I think I was there for about three hours on that day and her friend went off for walk while we talked and it was so so kind of normal and then in other ways it felt so bizarre because I was essentially turning out to talk about a man who died and the tragic circumstances in which he dies and Amion. I had only had one conversation. The facebook messenger before the and I was about to occur about. Lovie tremendously traumatic. An intimate experiences that she'd had in what must have been one of the worst periods of how life and for his sons as well and slaughters. It was quite a confronting experience of me and I expect probably a fairly emotionally draining experience as well. Was she there at the fight? The night that divey eventually died from the injuries he suffered in that fire was she. Yeah she was. She went along to all his fights and she would watch him on television when he was interested in watching then her son's there as well that night it was a family thing. Like Davis boy was like any other sport. That people might play in lots of ways. You Know My dad and my brothers will go along to watch my brother football and it was the same kind of thing. How did she describe? Davey to you. How did she talk about her late husband to you in that meeting question that I oughta was how she met him and partly that was? Because I didn't really know where else to God. How do you start a conversation about? Somebody's dead husband but I wanted to know what he was lying and she told me a story of a kind of Jerry. King very kind very devoted men who she kind of. She met on a night out in Melbourne on. Even they didn't they. She very quickly fell in love with. They became inseparable almost immediately and she became pregnant with child. Rocklin within a few months of their starting to each other he was by everybody described as a very sweet. Very kind die. Despite the fact that in some circumstances he made a bit of money from space. But what kind of books in had he had up to this point. He was an extremely prolific boxer. He had been training since he was very young. Kid Fest with his father and then with all the trainers laid off that he had up to two hundred five before he even hit eighteen. When intend attained hit a canyon a professional and that meant that with fewer and there was more time between them but they were much more high stakes he had had hundred five and I. That's not an exaggeration. I mean somebody could be facing. That often means bad. They are very good and that they are very diligent and he was not only very diligent in Brooklyn a winning most of his. Can you make good money? As a boxer the sort of level that he was fighting at. Look not really kind of one of the misconceptions about this for that. There's a lot of money for people who turned There is a lot of money if you get to the very very top. There's hundreds of millions of dollars available for the moist late in the world but notice. You're you're kind of reached that level you do have to be exceptional and you do have to play a strategic game in a very in a business sense not necessarily in the rain strategy in the rain is important too. But they're is not very much money from most people in Fort even effect professionals because that's such a contrast to the sort of boxing news stories that are reported of people making hundreds and millions from one fight yet. Most people aren't floyd mayweather anytime cow or any of these guys to have an international reputation and a punch on for you know expensive ause like most professional book that will make maybe three grand for fight. If you're lucky I think amy's with what about? Maybe it was a guy might be a stretch. I can't remember the talking heads. It was definitely on the ten. It's not a lot of money or something that somebody trained for often fair. You know six to twelve months depending on the on the level of title involved so is he doing the work to get by financially in addition to the book thing. Yeah I mean. He would whipping a fulltime job. In construction way like boxing professionally wasn't his full-time job. Boxing was kind of supplement to that. How exactly Tiffany? Does someone win a boxing match like? Do you have to knock the other person out very true ways that you can win a fight? The festive on point for boxing squad using a ten point must system which means that at the end of the round the winner will have ten points and the Luther of the round. We'll have nine eight seven depending on how badly they phoned in comparison. So at the end of the match ole scores from around tallied outs and the person with the most wins. If you know somebody else however you render them incapable of continuing the FIS and that can be a call by the referee. I mean eventually you the call by the referee but the referee can look at in a finance by. They are not able to continued it by. Then that's the other way that you can win. And the easiest and most unequivocal way of winning about saying match is by rendering person incapable of basically knocking the non conscious. He's someone who's knocked out as you say unequivocal that's a clear win. But it's so different. Isn't it from like someone coming first race or scoring a certain number of goals in a football match or a soccer match? It must be the way that judges award points. The scoring is based on judges. Basically counting legal punches. Unless you knock somebody out or know somebody down and are clear winner of either around or the FIS. Whoever wins around it's very difficult to be count punches? And it's very difficult to count legal punches. Sorta either be too fast in the scoring in any you will. You will rarely say multiple schools by being precisely because adopt.
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"davey" Discussed on The Final Lap
"About. How do you get the parking archy spot having a lot of space to work out in the garage area and now he's kind of having to you know? Take care of all the logistics by himself. You know where's the trailer GonNa Park how much Marie GonNa have What about the other Taylor? Ha what do I have to worry about them. So he's kind of getting a new taste of stuff dirt racing being the team owner on that side of things. Absolutely I think and ask our guy can bring it home You guys the bell. You Got Larceny Up Risco you got. Well 'cause I said you gotTa Khanna guys that are going to be running up front But I mean like I said. I don't pretend to know anything about racing but I would be if I was betting which I'm not. I put my money on. Bell or Larsen Larkin. Because they've put on a hell of a show the past couple of years and I don't think anything will change that this year. Definitely definitely. We've also got some other interesting. Names like Alex. Bowman Ryan Newman. Jj Ailey lots of those guys. These are going to be attempting this thing. So it'd be pretty fun to watch absolutely I gotta find a way to watch it. I think I haven't been able to watch the past years but this might be the year twenty point a new year new. Yeah I think coverage is on math. TV If I'm not mistaken as far as the Big Knights I think everything else leading up to that's kind of streaming online different from places we gotta find it though. That's that's you don't want to so Davey we've got Things are kind of shaking out. We've talked about some of the off season the move for some of these teams already at this point. Are there any other weird kind of off. The wall moves you think might be happening with these teams and drivers for next year. Maybe the truck series xfinity series Are you telling me that I may have tweeted earlier in the week. Hey possibly I mean I got to try to get from the source. Himself you know will. Yeah I would expect definitely announcement houseman regarding Derek Crowds. Who on the thousand? Nineteen Kanan pro series West Championship with Bill McNally racing. I expect an announcement By the time this show goes out. I think that will probably most certainly be announced In terms of his truck series questions for twenty twenty So keep an eye out for that. That's the only thing that I'm really tuned into for sure Because I've worked pretty closely with that team there at the powerhouse teams out on the West Coast for Arkell West now as it's called and I. I think they will also be announcing their for rookie drivers for that series for twenty twenty so keep an eye out On their social account as well as mine for that news when that drops offs. Because that's kind of I mean people that are on the west coast that follow Nascar. They'd probably not the name Bill McNally racing. But if you're on the east coast and you're not you don't get into the weeds of Arco. Ask the hand whatever you WanNa call it now you you might not know a lot about the Mr but to make a long story short. They are the J. G.. R. Andrew Stewart word hostile penske all rolled into one of west coast. Stock car racing in the short-track seen so they're a big deal out there and they're going to be announcing their plans this week. Sweet so aw keep an eye out for that Derek. Though had a heck of a season the And just kind of open a lot of is at what he's capable of. DC him as a future NASCAR you know national series champion. I think it's definitely possible. I mean he's got a lot of stuff going for him right now. He has Toyota backing. He has NAPA backing getting in sponsorship. As well as some other partners that you'll hear about later this week And he's pretty damn good driver too. I mean it's something about Wisconsin. Fan May or on the east title. Oh He's from Wisconsin. They across the West title. He's from Wisconsin. It's something about those she's up there. I'm Jacob Gade as well. I believe. He's from Wisconsin. Maybe in the Nascar we own all American series. Not exactly I believe he is though so I I think crowd somebody to watch going forward because you seen Hailey Dean jumped ship before you've seen Todd Gillan jumped ship the Ford so it's like Toyota's pipeline thinning out a little bit. He's not GonNa have as much competition in terms of his age bracket right now So I think he's GonNa be a name for watch moving forward and I think you'll see a lot of this year on a little bit bigger stage that's awesome. I'm pretty excited to see him. Mixed up with some higher level talents just to see how well he shakes. out It was fun watching him. Try to compete for both championships as past season East and West and obviously got the West one but You know was was competing. Pretty well there in the east there until I I kind of backed out of the race but We're also looking at Just before we go some kind of weird tussle the kind of started on on twitter this week between virtual racing real racing Brian Kazlauskiene and Doug Kobe who's a Well modified tour driver Six time champion in that series by the way They they both took very high exception to NASCAR kind of promoting the I. Racing series drivers to the level of having a media availability session and Just kind kind of a a season preview. Kind of deal They kind of call some racing not racing. What is your thoughts on this and Do you think some racing is the future of NASCAR and do we need to be putting a stake in that And Avenue Wow you're throwing me into the fire. Okay here we go yeah So I will say this first and foremost I do not participate dissipation. IRA's thing. I did try it once at a driver autograph session and I've probably was the worst possible human in the city of St Louis at I racing racing in that very that shows how bad I am an IRA then In terms of erasing and kind of the virtual aspect of things. I was very very skeptical when the whole push kind of started and I'm not ashamed to say when the peak races were broadcast on NBC ESPN and streams through NASCAR's social channels. I washed a couple of them and I didn't turn them off. I figured I'd tell him on for five minutes that they okay. Whatever this is fun? Gone Tom Tom. Move on with the rest of my day but I couldn't. They're like they're actually repelling. And I watched a couple more and I don't pretend to follow along with the the names and the personalities of the series in that in that realm but I do have a fringe following of that but I do also respect the Doug. Kobe Bryant allow skis and their opinions. On that I baseball somewhere in the middle. I I don't think that is here. Here's my thing right. Virtual racing I racing none of that is harmful to NASCAR. I think it's been official. I lean for is that it's definitely beneficial to now's car is opening up to a new audience. You're getting more eyeballs. You're getting more interest. Act You you might even get another William Byron. You never know but at the same time I think that Doug Kobe Bryant. Do you have a point and sense of. There's no real substitute for for hands on real world experience. Now I think maybe the way that One of those two drivers voice that on twitter was a little bit a little bit. I mean a lot of it out of line. It doesn't mean that their opinion is not valid and and it holds some merit so I fall somewhere in the middle but I definitely think that virtual aspect of racing in general is extremely streaming beneficial to the world of racing and I also saw tweet that basically said Nascar is not a sport. Auto racing is a sport. NASCAR is an entity that has motor sports auto racing in it and I think that gets lost a lot of people's minds when we start talking about this kind of topic so I think You know erasing. I racing everything that goes along along with that. It's good for the sport and I have a couple of friends that participate in some leagues and got drafted by teams and stuff and I'm happy to see them have some success and enjoy damn selves. So happy touchy subject. I noticed the beneficial oughta stuff for that. Well My side of things I'm looking at it is. It's been compared a lot. It's like call of duty and other things where people do that. They're not master-marksman when they go grab a gun or anything like that. Oh call duty stuff. You're holding a controller. You're not holding a gun when you're playing it Meanwhile when you're playing I race and you've got a steering wheel pedals via gearshift or you've got all that stuff and I think a lot of it actually does translate. And that's why we've seen some some people like William Byron Josh Berry and a few others succeed after doing I racing into the real world racing. My thing is that when we can probably end it here I mean. Give it a chance if you're one of those people that doesn't really have an opinion either way but you're seeing the back and forth on twitter. Give it a chance because I was one of those I gave a chance. And now I'm not host but I'm interested and I'm a supporter of because I think there's a lot of benefits and it has way more benefits than it does negative aspects. So I'm with it. Definitely definitely Davey single. Let everybody know how they can call you on twitter one last time a man Davy Center is my handle and you can also find me on instagram program at Davy underscore the man with two and since then my middle name underscore four And also my website. ABC Dot Com. You can find all my social channels their.
"davey" Discussed on The Final Lap
"Or something like that. That's a nice nice little short track you can. The driver comes out a little bit more than maybe at a superspeedway or a mile and a half track though schools. David get behind the wheel. Maybe not one last time but another other time this year. It's like it's like you know nothing ever changed. She's behind the wheel of a car at home and he's going to be behind the wheel on twenty twenty starts as well as on. He's asked him successor. restrictor plate tracks. We know that even though they don't really run our sector but anymore you know what I'm saying he's wanted basically or he's one of the day before so I think you can't really count him out. I mean you can't really count anybody out when you go to those two tracks. But just 'cause David Reagan's a little bit on the older side which isn't really true because he's in his thirties. I think he'll be. I'm somebody to watch US speed. We kind of get rolling. Yes so the interesting thing about that is. It's a rick ware racing car. This can be prepared by front row motorsports who gets credit for the win if he wins. Yeah that's it. You get the checkered flag checkered flag you just the trophy you get the trophy you get the money you get the money. If if it's all about that and I think David Ragan he knows what's on the line is not a point. It's not gonNA be raising points. It's not gonNA be racing to make friends. It's going to be racing for the win and when you have drivers out there that don't have anything on the line other than and bring him back the trophy. That's dangerous. So that's why I think he might be somebody to keep your eye on. How wild would it be? What a what MIC DRP moment would it be if he just punts chase Elliott on the final APP for the five hundred? JP He'd probably go from one of the most universally likes guys one of the most universally hated guys in that one but that'd that'd be something just an instant changing of how we feel about him. No doubt one third of the wheel and everybody ate them. That'd be wild So we also saw Another interesting truck series development. This off season David gravel will be going from dirt racing which he'll still do some of that this year but he's doing okay part time truck series schedule with GM racing That's kind of interesting and I do not pretend to know anything about the raising of dirt race in my life and that was evolution last year during speed week and I was. I made a rookie mistake of not bringing glasses. Some people were like. Oh bring your face but I'm saying okay You know whatever and then I get there. I'm getting absolutely pelted with dirt. And I think I'm still picking it out of my sinuses. I digress plot. Or they're trying to say is. I think it's really cool. When drivers drivers from other disciplines just in general come over to other forms of motorsport whether that's IMSA NASCAR NASCAR INDYCAR mccarter Nascar Formula One for Indycar? It doesn't matter and I think that Nath car and dirt racing in general have floors a unique bond in the past half decade. or so. And I think Tony Stewart Kyle Larson Christopher Bell You know there's other drivers as well chase Briscoe. M. R. N.. NBC doing well stuff. Endure the racing. He's going to be competing at the Chili Bowl as well. Rico abor. There's a ton of names on. Its own of crossover with dirt racing and you you would not have. I've been able to say that you know. I don't know six seven eight years ago. Maybe a little bit longer than that. Because that's just wasn't the case but now it seems normal. Drivers compete compete on dirt on asphalt. NASCAR whether it's truck Xfinity Cup or even down in Arca West Africa East or national. So I think it's super cool that they have a gravel doing on some good equipment when he does it as well. 'CAUSE GM says no slouch at all definitely heavy bringing great sponsorship as well Alta and. I'll have a partnership with Jeff Gordon as well. So a lot of that bodes pretty well for David. Grou- going forward I guys I got a guy got it break up the love fest here. you guys will be back toby and Davey in mere moments.
"davey" Discussed on The Final Lap
"To be honest. But that's because I came up with it. Yeah Davey was quite impressed that we had a term for it more. Yeah why not. Yeah I mean why in the world you guys stick around the media center all weekend long is beyond me. That's a good question is beyond you actly. Anyhow this is going to be a very interesting program we're going to kind of bounce back between Me and toby and Davey and toby and I think we're going to wrap up with little. Ah Kyle Larson at the end suite. Ma'am it's a pretty well rounded. Show all right. Well let's get into it. I mean this is pretty huge news to kick things off NASCAR That sport that we talk about all the time they're going to go to Indianapolis Motor speedway but that's not the news. Whoa let's let's let's that Roger Penske tell the News News? It's his track now. So it's his announcement so let's let's kick it off with Roger Number One We've decided I to go to run on Saturday. The Pennzoil race will be on the road. Course not on the oval and we'll run the brickyard four hundred or run on the Ovallis as normal all on Sunday so to me. It's a change We went to the NASCAR people. They've looked at In Our road course will run the road course similar to what we do with the indy cars. Arjun we'll have a car battle talk about it to do some testing but we think that's a big change something that we want our fans to look at this and see if this is something that they watch this in the future and certainly Justin. We'll talk about it. Some great racing and guess what the five hundred was the five hundred Shaw Auto Hamady decades and once the decision was made to move Nascar and we felt that we wanted to take it to the next level. We've had some great racing here on the weekend. The brickyard weekend but we think with concerts the road course. On on Saturday and the Oval on Sunday. We'll make a big difference for our fans and certainly for our TV v partner so again. We're excited Doug thank you and this team here. We've talked about it. We know that we can turn this track. Think about it turning it from an oval into a road course. It's not easy but our team can do that here. So we're excited to announce at this morning and here's Roger with more. Is You know NASCAR with brought to the speedway and in how many weekends been here over the last. How many years every year since one thousand nine hundred ninety four and to think about what we could do do with Ben and his team at Nascar to make a difference and I think that's one of the things that I've tried to tell the team here we're going to invest Now and the five hundred and the brickyard for fan experience not about revenue but for fan experience and I think one of the things we need to do do you say what can we do different and sitting down with with a NASCAR team and our team we decided. What can we do to make this brickyard weekend different? And as you know it's a Independence Day Memorial Day just Month or so before that and the men and women who serve armed forces and the first responders or the top of the list so we felt what could we do to connect and I think we'll be announcing things as we go forward to connect that great group of people let do so much for our country but with that getting together with Nascar we felt with our relationship. NASCAR as we've been a track owner. I remember when Uh Bill France Junior and Lynn Kugler rupp at Michigan. And we were GONNA maybe cancel. The first NASCAR is with the Michigan Track and they begged me to run. It was the best thing we ever did. And I guess since then we've developed a relationship with the France family and everyone else they're just spent amazing and the changes ages that NASCAR is making to make their product better. He said what can we do here. So we'll talk about that as we go forward but to me. It's the fourth of July weekend. It's the military it's our fans and certainly the people here that make a difference so in case you didn't hear the news Roger bought the the race track and that sale was final on January six. Then they're already going going ahead and doing stuff. Yeah they're making some sweeping changes here all of a sudden one of the things. Obviously he mentioned it in case you missed it xfinity series racing on the road course on the same weekend as the brickyard four hundred now. Let's take that apart. There's a few cool things in their first of all We've been calling us for for this for a while. Then we want to see road. Course racing at Indy. Yeah Yeah definitely the question. I have is the logistics of it. All because you've got transformed format from a road course to an oval write several several times throughout the weekend. Because there's practice sessions for both in qualifying sessions for both so. Yep and that's the second part right that I wanNA do on unpacked. They say that he is very confident. That his team there We'll be able to do that in ninety minutes. And I'm sure the team was like great. Awesome thanks the last man. What are you doing seriously? We've never done this before. Are you crazy. So that's really cool yet. Exciting exciting things going on at the race track. I mean he could have bought the place and said all right status quo whereas my paycheck.
"davey" Discussed on Twinovation
"Threatening to take your house away sale like ago it does make a guest and the story from reader L. started about two weeks ago betty at an email message in your spam folder thing that she was hacked right onto your first mistake is looking into your space folder type betty opened the email two days later Eddie she refused a message from Microsoft saying that she had been hacked and she should call specific number to clear the Trojan virus out she did and turned her computer over to a man with a quote unquote more Dave that's just read it man the message of course it wasn't early from Microsoft the kind of phone would betty what he said was the virus an offer to remove it for two hundred dollars betty agreed then the fraudsters persuaded Betty to take a seven nine hundred dollar five year protection plan oh she agreed gave her credit card number and was glad she had the computer back but she didn't really have threat now the guy on the phone also had control over credit card two days later she received another call from the same in same accent he'd found a sucker the guy story changes time he told Betty that they discovered a flaw in their server and he would fix betty's computer in return all the money she'd already paid he asked if she and a cell phone and she said no the only phone she had was the one they were on and then and she started to get curious what's going on here only better money back how can then be next the fraudster said he accidentally betty ten thousand nine hundred dollars but he wanted betty to to to keep the nine hundred Sushi already paid and return the ten thousand sent by mistake interesting with Microsoft usually thin people tend Graham he wanted her to stay on the line until all the transactions for complete she was to go to the bank get the ten thousand dollars in mail it to him in Australia via overnight united parcel service if the couple wasn't suspicious yeah this would get them there she was to wrap the ten thousand dollars newspapers in them in boxes one very small medium sized in the third large and the guy wanted them to declare on the customs form folks the customs form yeah that was only five hundred dollars in each a avoid taxes he would only give her the mailing address when she had the money me she was not to hang up her phone betty suggested that he simply removed the ten thousand dollars from her credit card but the guy that he can do that it's crazy to call nine one one and the nine one one operator told them to call three one one and to give the phone number to the FTC Federal Trade Commission trench admission when they inform them that it was a scam because Microsoft doesn't make contact with customers like Betty still on the phone with this guy she told him that our bank was closed because it was four PM and wouldn't allow her to take ten thousand dollars out of a cash machine now there were newman struck he looked up the address of an apple store in the neighborhood and wanted her to go there and by five two thousand dollar the gift cards and then report back to him betty agreed refused the crook up the ante though and then told her that she had ah fifty thousand dollars in credit in her credit card account and he was going to withdraw all of it and bankrupt ter- even threatening to take her host though there was no way he could do that at least that's what they thought he now lives with all right he couldn't do that actually eventually the couple of hung up something they should have done at the beginning the crooked calling but they wouldn't pick up however now her computer was still attached to their computer and they were moving the mouse around the remote control you know struggling tug of war really eventually Lee we regain control the computer and Dalil the remote access codes and you know what they did they ended up going to staples and getting it fixed thank staples commercial took the staples and the text team fixing machine installed virus protection software and told Betty to UH trust no one out also ended up losing nine hundred in this whole deleo yeah canton she noticed that the ten thousand wasn't in her like there was yeah I mean bets are all debts off maybe Eddie's making that old I think that he's in her seventy feel bad for betty and I don't like this scam oh betty we'll have a betty in our life and we we don't WANNA scammers they're brutal they're brutal I never gonNA get scammed and other than when we let people steal all were clap at out Betty we're happy you're doing better feel better betty trevor with those emails out there you know you don't Wanna mess around fuck with email email no more you know Mike emails can't trust who's getting them and who's really bring good news a letter brings good news yes your your tax filings are underpaid please return x amount of money you nailed it Jeff folks this brings me to my favorite part of the show it's time for the nation to brag as up the segment of the show where listeners out there send their ideas scheme than dreams ooh ideas at twenty vision dot Biz they can tweet at US fake instagram diem us facebook but especially like thank you guys calling in to our voicemail number six you say one more time here that one more time the ninety six you heard it for a number you gotta call we'd love to hear from you and you know let's just I wanted to talk about something just it's out there that you know look how bad new age bullshit it's all with the teakettles little luck fucking I don't know we don't want to song it out so our idea you should go back to the basics without one option for here it is so that's what you hear when when you're teakettles ready for your t for the hot water if you're one of those skews just so fed up with stashed in and awesome thank you Tyler the the idea for a tea kettle right that has had sounds like a tea kettle yes they come from a very privileged life where other teakettles ever somehow singing a song because I've never heard of this I think it was possibly an old pitch on our show where the tea kettle does a song I whistled song instead so it's like oh but that's the thing really I seen a type of songs looking a little too and like what you just moving yourself really seen them that's pretty cool so their ideas teakettles that our old fashioned teakettles how they're normally sold so not really an idea right right yet seems me plus they're you know taking old people's voices and attaching them to the tea kettle right right I thought it was like you know because the tea kettle noise almost like way because you're worried about a fire the over boil under maybe like when the shower water is like the right temperature starts whistling imagine correct you don't WanNa step into a boiling shower interesting definitely is out there we we love your submissions and definitely send them into that voicemail number as well as our email at ideas at twenty Doc Biz folks we need them we use them we love him please submit them.
"davey" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"For me Davey and the to me so Joe Hey down to me the club down view but it's still better job so company there's a lot of people in and down yeah he ninety two point five a we've been using you for days.
"davey" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Davey w is also here we spent a great deal of our first hour talking about and the new special counsel for the fbi investigation into the russian interference twenty sixteen election we talk about rodger ales we also talked about trump and the latest accusations by the washington post also how never trumpers have react and lives and we just say they ruined lives he did say he did say that in and we just can't talk about those things anymore you guys because right now we have to talk about how very very oppressed women are there i mean i feel terrible for women in this country you're especially gonna feel terrible when you hear about these particular women now we're going to talk about this just an opportunity here i mean it's just fall how women kenyan end anywhere can't drive hunter they can't drive they can't win you know what i mean they can't tryon close and addressing room they can't deal he's the things that await they can that's right they can america can do all those things but you know what's really t that is that they can't lead companies that there's not any are circle round i think they can do that too because forbes and they can i know about this sort of thing they just yesterday unveiled their third annual list of the richest selfmade women in the united states i have to say that's pretty impressive it as if you're willing to get off your by an out of that stupid hat that you're wearing at the march and go work and start your own company you can be a billionaire yeah see how can billion with a billion b be with the bbb so the list is comprised of the sixty wealthiest women in the country and who started out with basically nothing and rose to build fortunes whose combined net worth totals sixty one point five billion nasser the b with a b d so the wealthiest on the list is marion lsu cofounded little caesars probably heard of little caesars pizza pizza an and she took over the top spot from last year's raining businesswoman diane hendrix who is the co founder and chairman chairwoman of abc.