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"david bales" Discussed on LensWork

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04:30 min | Last month

"david bales" Discussed on LensWork

"They're all relatively thin books, but as has so often been said be careful of thin books because they're dangerous once they are so distilled. To the essence of the ideas. That they're deceptively simple looking. But when you get into him, you find out that there's a tremendous amount of meat and potatoes, and that certainly exists with these five short books the first of which is. On being photographer by David Hernan Bill J I suspect many many of you listening podcast or already familiar with on being photographer partly because we published it. And you're already plugged into lens work through these podcasts. So you've probably heard of Bill J. and David hearn, his friend was magnum photographer. They approach me with the idea of having. US, published this book. Oh, Gosh twenty years ago now, and it's It's never been out of print since then it's just a terrific idea and a terrific book in this book, if you're not familiar with it, basically although build offers plenty of his opinions, he functions more as the interviewer for David and it's more like a conversation between these two lifelong friends about David's ideas about being a photographer and the pragmatics of being photographer not f stops and shutter speeds and not necessarily esoteric gallery stuff but just the life of being a photographer and what that's involved with and so many good practical ideas. So that's the first one again a thin book but packed with great ideas on being photographer, David Hurn and Bill Jay. The next one is same thing very thin book. It looked like you can read it quickly it will require the rest of your life to really understand it and it's called art and fear. By David Bales and Ted Orland Ted Orleans was pretty well known I. Think because he was an ansel Adams darkroom assistant early on and he's been around photography for a longtime David. Bayles also very smart guy the two of them have had a lifelong friendship and they put down their ideas about. The art life and the difficulties of the art life in this small book art and fear, but it is so packed with ideas. I've probably read this book ten times in the course of the last ten or twenty years it's almost an annual read with me. Because every time I read it, there's something else that I get from it. It's like you know you've read it but it didn't sink in because you weren't prepared for it, and so it's the kind of dense book of ideas. Given in very easy to understand language conversational language but so powerful and so well written. It's a perennial bestseller and a highly recommended I've I've said for years that in my way of thinking art and fear is a mandatory read for anybody who's interested in fine art photography and personally expressive photography. David Bills and Ted Orleans get that one the next one. is a little more esoteric. It's called Zen in the art of archery by Ugandan Harrisville. and. This is going to appeal primarily if you're interested in what I might characterize as the internal process of being one with what it is that you do in this case, the book is written about. But it could have been Zinn in the art of photography by Yogi Berra goal and accomplish the same thing. It's really about state of mind it's about how we think. About differentiating between everyday consciousness and the kind of consciousness that connects with the universe on a deeper level. It's like I say a little bit esoteric. Skip those parts of won't do but zero in on the parts were He. He really speaks about universal ideas that are applicable for making a photograph just as much as they are about aiming and Arrow at a target. Zen in the art of archery by Hegel Short little book, but a great one..

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"david bales" Discussed on LensWork

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04:47 min | Last month

"david bales" Discussed on LensWork

"I love it. . When readers asked me a specific question that. . I haven't really given a lot of thought to because it causes me to have to think and to share things with you. . So here we go. . Here's an email I received dear, , Brooks I hope you don't mind if I ask for a bit of your time but I'm just beginning photography and looking for some good books to take my work to the next level I'm not talking about technical stuff. . That's all over the place it Amazon. . But I'd love to find something more like your podcasts on the creative side of photography. . Can you recommend some good books I should read? ? This is from a reader named Darrell. . Will Darrell that is a fascinating question. . and. . It caused me to have to go back into my library and really look at. . The books that I own I, , probably have at last count about five thousand books in my personal library on art and photography. . And you know. . How do you narrow that down? ? But nonetheless, , your email prompted me to do so and I think I've got a list here that I would be comfortable in recommending of feel a little guilty in little hesitant because. . There are so many books that I didn't put on the list that have been influential in my photography. . But I think all of these that I'm about to share with you or ones that you could develop a really solid foundation for your creative life with the ideas that are encapsulated in these books. . And I've divided the list into two groups well, , three groups really but. . Mainly the two groups are the five short book recommendations for All photographers. . And then I felt like I wanted to put together a list of longer books that need. . Study as that are probably the kind of thing that will take decades to really absorb because they're bigger books but also because they have so many ideas. . The five short books are ones that I think you could all approach fairly quickly and you would find them well worth your time. . They're all relatively thin books, , but as has so often been said be careful of thin books because they're dangerous once they are so distilled. . To the essence of the ideas. . That they're deceptively simple looking. . But when you get into him, , you find out that there's a tremendous amount of meat and potatoes, , and that certainly exists with these five short books the first of which is. . On being photographer by David Hernan Bill J I suspect many many of you listening podcast or already familiar with on being photographer partly because we published it. . And you're already plugged into lens work through these podcasts. . So you've probably heard of Bill J. and David hearn, , his friend was magnum photographer. . They approach me with the idea of having. . US, , published this book. . Oh, , Gosh twenty years ago now, , and it's <hes>. . It's never been out of print since then it's just a terrific idea and a terrific book in this book, , if you're not familiar with it, , basically although build offers plenty of his opinions, , he functions more as the interviewer for David and it's more like a conversation between these two lifelong friends about David's ideas about being a photographer and the pragmatics of being photographer not f stops and shutter speeds and not necessarily esoteric gallery stuff but just the life of being a photographer and what that's involved with and so many good practical ideas. . So that's the first one again a thin book but packed with great ideas on being photographer, , David Hurn and Bill Jay. . The next one is same thing very thin book. . It looked like you can read it quickly it will require the rest of your life to really understand it and it's called art and fear. . By David Bales and Ted Orland Ted Orleans was pretty well known I. . Think because he was an ansel Adams darkroom assistant early on and he's been around photography for a longtime David. . Bayles also <hes> very smart guy the two of them have had a lifelong friendship and they put down their ideas about. . The art life and the difficulties of the art life in this small book art and fear, , but it is so packed with ideas.

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Photography Book Recommendations

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04:47 min | Last month

Photography Book Recommendations

"I love it. When readers asked me a specific question that. I haven't really given a lot of thought to because it causes me to have to think and to share things with you. So here we go. Here's an email I received dear, Brooks I hope you don't mind if I ask for a bit of your time but I'm just beginning photography and looking for some good books to take my work to the next level I'm not talking about technical stuff. That's all over the place it Amazon. But I'd love to find something more like your podcasts on the creative side of photography. Can you recommend some good books I should read? This is from a reader named Darrell. Will Darrell that is a fascinating question. and. It caused me to have to go back into my library and really look at. The books that I own I, probably have at last count about five thousand books in my personal library on art and photography. And you know. How do you narrow that down? But nonetheless, your email prompted me to do so and I think I've got a list here that I would be comfortable in recommending of feel a little guilty in little hesitant because. There are so many books that I didn't put on the list that have been influential in my photography. But I think all of these that I'm about to share with you or ones that you could develop a really solid foundation for your creative life with the ideas that are encapsulated in these books. And I've divided the list into two groups well, three groups really but. Mainly the two groups are the five short book recommendations for All photographers. And then I felt like I wanted to put together a list of longer books that need. Study as that are probably the kind of thing that will take decades to really absorb because they're bigger books but also because they have so many ideas. The five short books are ones that I think you could all approach fairly quickly and you would find them well worth your time. They're all relatively thin books, but as has so often been said be careful of thin books because they're dangerous once they are so distilled. To the essence of the ideas. That they're deceptively simple looking. But when you get into him, you find out that there's a tremendous amount of meat and potatoes, and that certainly exists with these five short books the first of which is. On being photographer by David Hernan Bill J I suspect many many of you listening podcast or already familiar with on being photographer partly because we published it. And you're already plugged into lens work through these podcasts. So you've probably heard of Bill J. and David hearn, his friend was magnum photographer. They approach me with the idea of having. US, published this book. Oh, Gosh twenty years ago now, and it's It's never been out of print since then it's just a terrific idea and a terrific book in this book, if you're not familiar with it, basically although build offers plenty of his opinions, he functions more as the interviewer for David and it's more like a conversation between these two lifelong friends about David's ideas about being a photographer and the pragmatics of being photographer not f stops and shutter speeds and not necessarily esoteric gallery stuff but just the life of being a photographer and what that's involved with and so many good practical ideas. So that's the first one again a thin book but packed with great ideas on being photographer, David Hurn and Bill Jay. The next one is same thing very thin book. It looked like you can read it quickly it will require the rest of your life to really understand it and it's called art and fear. By David Bales and Ted Orland Ted Orleans was pretty well known I. Think because he was an ansel Adams darkroom assistant early on and he's been around photography for a longtime David. Bayles also very smart guy the two of them have had a lifelong friendship and they put down their ideas about. The art life and the difficulties of the art life in this small book art and fear, but it is so packed with ideas.

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"david bales" Discussed on LensWork

LensWork

14:52 min | 8 months ago

"david bales" Discussed on LensWork

"Here's the editor of Lens Publishing Bruce Jensen in the nineteen eighties. I took a workshop from David Bales. Who along with Ted Orland is one of the authors of that really terrific called art and fear? We had a long weekend to work with. David doesn't ever so who were attending the workshop and he began the workshop with something. I've never forgotten. He asked us why we make art. And we went around the table and offered are somewhat stumbling excuses about what motivated us to WanNa make art. He then proposed that all of us were essentially the weird ones in society. He put it this way not not to insult but just to be more clear and more precise he said. Do you realize how many people there are in the world who have a camera who have no compulsion whatsoever to create artwork and so the obvious question is what makes us different. What makes us want to become artists with the camera? And since we're a relatively small group of people compared to all those who own cameras doesn't make sense that we're kind of the odd ones. Everybody else is normal. But we're the ones who feel compelled and he proposed that we needed to think carefully about why we wanted to make artwork. He didn't answer that question. He left it for each of us to stew on it and to come up with their own answers. And it's taken me many many years but I think I have a better understanding now of why it is that I wanna make art. Let me ask it in a slightly different way. What is it that we seek in the process of being an artist? Well some people seek fame or money or accolades. But I suspect that most of you listening to my podcasts are not interested in fame money or accolades unless they fell in your lap. I mean we'RE NOT GONNA TURN IT DOWN. But that's not the reason we pursue our art because if it was we'd probably be doing different kinds of things photographic -ly than we do so for most of us were seeking something else. What is it that we seek from our creative life? I'M GONNA go out on a little bit of a limb here and explain what I think. The answer is for me. It may or may not be an answer for you but nonetheless here it is for me in a nutshell. What I'm trying to accomplish with my art life is to have a certain kind of experience. I kind of got onto this idea with cardiac Brussels. The decisive moment in his thoughts about photography. I have different term. I call it the aesthetic moment. That's really why I'm photographic artist. I seek the aesthetic moment and I suppose in order to make that clear. I kind of need to explain what I mean by the aesthetic moment. The best example I can think of that isn't about photography is probably Haiku. So let me begin by talking a little bit about Haiku with a couple of examples. The great translator of Japanese Haiku of course is our H. Blythe. He did a wonderful series of books. There's a four volume set called Haiku. Each book is a different season and he also did a two volume set called the history of Haiku. I have loved these books now for forty years and I go back to them from time to time and RH Blythe says quote. The nature of Haiku cannot be rightly understood until it's realized that they imply a revolution in our everyday life in ways of thinking. Close quote that is to say the aesthetic moment. The aesthetic moment is the moment when we have a shift of consciousness. I I tend to think of it this way. It's a sudden and off an unexpected shift in awareness when the everyday act of seeing becomes a fleeting but meaningful glimpse at some sort of deeper understanding. That's a very coarse way of trying to explain an if you've had the experience you probably know what I'm getting at if you haven't had it maybe a couple of Haiku will help so here's a good example of the shift of consciousness in talking about in this Haiku a brushwood gate and for a lock.

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The Aesthetic Moment

LensWork

09:18 min | 8 months ago

The Aesthetic Moment

"In the nineteen eighties. I took a workshop from David Bales. Who along with Ted Orland is one of the authors of that really terrific called art and fear? We had a long weekend to work with. David doesn't ever so who were attending the workshop and he began the workshop with something. I've never forgotten. He asked us why we make art. And we went around the table and offered are somewhat stumbling excuses about what motivated us to WanNa make art. He then proposed that all of us were essentially the weird ones in society. He put it this way not not to insult but just to be more clear and more precise he said. Do you realize how many people there are in the world who have a camera who have no compulsion whatsoever to create artwork and so the obvious question is what makes us different. What makes us want to become artists with the camera? And since we're a relatively small group of people compared to all those who own cameras doesn't make sense that we're kind of the odd ones. Everybody else is normal. But we're the ones who feel compelled and he proposed that we needed to think carefully about why we wanted to make artwork. He didn't answer that question. He left it for each of us to stew on it and to come up with their own answers. And it's taken me many many years but I think I have a better understanding now of why it is that I wanna make art. Let me ask it in a slightly different way. What is it that we seek in the process of being an artist? Well some people seek fame or money or accolades. But I suspect that most of you listening to my podcasts are not interested in fame money or accolades unless they fell in your lap. I mean we'RE NOT GONNA TURN IT DOWN. But that's not the reason we pursue our art because if it was we'd probably be doing different kinds of things photographic -ly than we do so for most of us were seeking something else. What is it that we seek from our creative life? I'M GONNA go out on a little bit of a limb here and explain what I think. The answer is for me. It may or may not be an answer for you but nonetheless here it is for me in a nutshell. What I'm trying to accomplish with my art life is to have a certain kind of experience. I kind of got onto this idea with cardiac Brussels. The decisive moment in his thoughts about photography. I have different term. I call it the aesthetic moment. That's really why I'm photographic artist. I seek the aesthetic moment and I suppose in order to make that clear. I kind of need to explain what I mean by the aesthetic moment. The best example I can think of that isn't about photography is probably Haiku. So let me begin by talking a little bit about Haiku with a couple of examples. The great translator of Japanese Haiku of course is our H. Blythe. He did a wonderful series of books. There's a four volume set called Haiku. Each book is a different season and he also did a two volume set called the history of Haiku. I have loved these books now for forty years and I go back to them from time to time and RH Blythe says quote. The nature of Haiku cannot be rightly understood until it's realized that they imply a revolution in our everyday life in ways of thinking. Close quote that is to say the aesthetic moment. The aesthetic moment is the moment when we have a shift of consciousness. I I tend to think of it this way. It's a sudden and off an unexpected shift in awareness when the everyday act of seeing becomes a fleeting but meaningful glimpse at some sort of deeper understanding. That's a very coarse way of trying to explain an if you've had the experience you probably know what I'm getting at if you haven't had it maybe a couple of Haiku will help so here's a good example of the shift of consciousness in talking about in this Haiku a brushwood gate and for a lock It's nothing more than a moment of recognition. When all of a sudden something is seen little differently is seen unexpectedly when in this case the snail is not normally the lock. But we kind of see it that way because we're not gonNA go through the brushwood gate because we don't want to disturb the snail and so the snail becomes the lock. Here's another one in the old will. A fish leaps up at a net. The sound of the water is dark. That Haiku brings forth in me that aesthetic moment. I'm not thinking about the water. I'm not thinking about The dark but somehow the fish leaping brings us the darkness of the water to my attention and I have a moment when I'm sort of separated from normal consciousness and I have an aesthetic feeling for what is happening that I would not have had. If in this case the fish had not leapt up at nat so that experience sparked something in the person who wrote this Haiku. I think it was ISA but I'm not exactly sure. Remember that right. But it sparked an aesthetic moment and became the genesis of the Haiku. Here's another one. The Autumn Wind is blowing. We are alive and CONC- each other you and I I have this idea here of two people who've maybe spent the day together maybe they've been photographing together. And all of a sudden the autumn wind blows. And you realize the person that you're with is there. In the moment they become even more alive and even more real than they have prior to that that somehow there was that shift of consciousness that happened when the wind was blowing and the connection was made one last one the bright autumn moon on the Tatami Mat the shadow of the pine tree here again I visualized sitting in some old Japanese hut somewhere. And here's the bright autumn moon and with no other lights around all of a sudden because of this bright moon I see the shadow of the pine tree on the floor. And there's a connection now suddenly between the moon the pine tree the light and me and it's more alive than it would be if I wasn't paying attention so once again that sudden and often unexpected shift in awareness when the everyday act of seeing becomes a fleeting but meaningful glimpse of understanding of connectedness of really becoming aware in the moment. Lots of other photographers of talked about this. And it often comes up with a phrase. I've never quite sure I understand. And that is the Japanese term. Wabi Sabi I I don't I. I can't speak to that because I'm not really sure I understand what that really means but I do know the moment when looking at something ordinary I experienced that. Flip of wariness. Now I I'm not very verbal and I'm not a poet so I I don't do Haiku so for me. The attempt to express that aesthetic moment takes on the form of visual art hands on photographer. But one thing I do know is you can have that breakthrough to the aesthetic moment in all kinds of possible things in photography it can happen in the field

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"david bales" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

11:36 min | 1 year ago

"david bales" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

"WMU comes from from Georgetown. School of Foreign Service where leaders have been driving global change for the past hundred years. Today students have the opportunity to write a new chapter in this continued legacy as they make their own meaningful contributions to the world of Foreign Service. Learn more about opportunities for Shaping Collective Global Future at SF DOT Georgetown Town Dot Edu. Here's registered Mike. Conversation with. Gloria Steinem. Her new book is titled. The truth will set you free but I it will piss you off so you've got angry. People this one third word of the country not just all meant their women as well and what is. That's fueling that support support for Donald Trump. Well I I'm not trying to say I know the motives of everybody but if you look at the statistics the first of all ninety six percent of black women voted for Hillary Clinton yes fifty. One percent of white women voted for Donald Trump. They were married trade and not college educated for the most part so it's probable that they were dependent on their husbands income and and social identity and were perhaps voting his interest as the same as their interest. The you know there are other issues religion and abortion and so on but I think voting for your husband's interest rather than your own is something that we understand. You know the person who said the smartest thing about this was Harriet Tubman when she was complimented for launching raids into the South South and rescuing thousands of slaves who she helped lead out and dark of nights into free parts of this country when she was complimented for that she often said I could have freed thousands more if only they knew they they were slaves and I think that has relevance to our voting situation. You know speaking of marriage and I think there were a great many people yours supporters. All who were surprised they married. How old were you when you married? And why did you decide after all tomb every well. I was surprised to have to say I mean after sixty or after The truth was was that David Bale and I would have loved each other and would have been together anyway. He had problems uh-huh because he was born in South Africa. He had come here with his children. who were actors but that kind of bees ahead expired and when when we consulted with lawyers they said well the one sure way to do this is to get married and I thought well you know? We've spent thirty years changing changing the marriage laws so I would no longer lose my name. My credit rating my legal residents the marriage laws are now quite equal And on top up of that my friend woman man killer the chief of the Cherokee nation where we were on our way in Oklahoma to go to the Cherokee national reunion offered us a Cherokee archy ceremony. So it's it seemed irresistible. But you know what's what's on about it I hoped what I'm about to say. Make sense people perfectly. Sensible people would say to me. Oh you finally found the love of your life as if that legal marriage meant that actually for most people. I think there's not just one love of your life. There's more more than one and you. They're unique and it was true. David had been married and had children and a wonderful wife. You know it was so interesting to me. The marriage still signaled singularity even at my advanced age. Tell me about how marriage changed your life. Well I don't think marriage per se changed my life but I think David changed my life and I he after after three years became very ill with the form of brain cancer and is no longer with us And I I have the reward of his very grownup children as friends. Oh glory I'm so sorry. That must've been very difficult. So now in is era of Donald Trump. How are you focusing your energies? Well there are a number of centers of energy that I care about The Women's media center is very important to me because it's the place where accuracy resides and where people in the media can find women experts on whatever the news of the day truly is There are other groups doing global work and other kinds of work that I want want support and I feel very close to. I have a couple of book contracts that I probably have to live to one hundred complete. And it's just it's just so interesting you know because you just wake up in the morning and see you know what's happening in you kind of think well if we did this maybe that would happen. And you get quite And transplant and absorbed. What about the METOO movement? Do you think that being a success. Well not a complete success but it's been a huge majority visible movement and it has been gradually developing since in my observance. Anyway the the early seventies when women who were working summer jobs from university. I think it was cornell named named sexual harassment. Because they were trying to describe what happened to them then. Ms Magazine did a cover story on sexual harassment. And even though we used puppets on the cover in order not to be too shocking weaver. Put off the newsstands in supermarkets because it was. Just you know two different for Women's magazine to do that then. Catharine MacKinnon are great legal scholar and tactician wrote it sexual harassment into sex discrimination law so sexual harassment counted as sex discrimination whether it was whether whether used against men or women and the first three cases legal cases were brought all by black women I think against the government and a bank. Thank and you know so you can see the the gradual progress over time now it's a majority consciousness and and of course with the aid of the Internet and our ability to talk to each other. It became global now. I want to ask you today. Eight is a liability to be a woman running for president. You know. I think it's both an advantage and a liability depending where are you look ninety. Six percent of black women voted for Hillary Clinton that's enormous and black women may be the single biggest voting block in this in this country. However there are still you know? We've already talked talked about this. Fifty one percent of white women who voted for trump largely because although there were a lot of different reasons they were voting their husbands interests because because they were dependent on on their husbands. So it's going to take a while before we can look objectively at our candidates and see who the best person is. I I also think that it might be a little harder for men to vote for a woman because they have is not seen a woman in authority over them except his children so they may feel regressed childhood then away by seeing a a woman in power over them. I mean that's certainly not the only reason but I think we probably won't have a fully legal aquarian system until men are equal in the house and women are equal outside the house. I want to ask you about something thing you said on my show back in nineteen ninety nine we talked out Bill Clinton and your op Ed head against his impeachment. You've said you would not right that now. Tell me why. Well I don't think think I mean If we were going to impeach president for free well sexual relationships outside if marriage. There's hardly president. We wouldn't have impeached. You know I think what's important is whether the relationship was free will or not if it's free will it's none of our business if it isn't then it's resmed and needs to be dealt with. I think my would have explained that better but I probably would have written the same piece in the end. Do you think that Donald Trump will eventually be impeached. I don't really it's article twenty five. That is meant for a president. WHO's incapacitated I mean that makes more sense because he is unable to to read to absorb You know I think. Remember all the hundreds of psychiatrists and psychologists who when he was first I running came forward to say he has classic narcissistic personality. Yes order That and that means he's a hundred percent predictable. He will follow any praise whether it comes from Russia or Saudi Arabia or wherever and he will respond with viciousness and Hostility House Tilleke to any criticism. He's utterly predictable. And that is incapacitating. You know it isn't he. He really should be deposed for that. Reason but Impeachment is almost too good for him at treats him as if he's rational chlorine a stunt. How great to talk with you again? Yes thank you..

"david bales" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

09:27 min | 1 year ago

"david bales" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Friday well three nine year old girl soccer teams were scrimmage got half of the winds are high school football field the junior outs football team was practicing on the other it's a club team not run by the school district but it's coached by a high school assistant football coach and the high school head coach was visiting we saw the actions that happen you knew that respect was not involved and and that's what bothers me without asking permission or discussing it with soccer coaches Gerber said one of the football coaches kicked over the cone separating the teams and move the football players on the part of the other part of the field posted a video on Twitter about the accident it's been viewed thousands and that was the story last evening on news for with their exclusive double team coverage we go now we we do actually have one of the comments that Chris made that did not make the story but I think it's pertinent can we get to that right here hi my name is Alice but I'm not going to take this anymore Chris Cooper voice to the blues good morning Sir thanks for taking this difficult time I I do and I'm not sure I said that your early I hate to intrude on victims of crime of because it's difficult enough to go through it but this was one of those things wasn't you know what it it is it's nothing new it's nothing that say somebody you know that that that hundreds of people have an experience you know in Canada the way things seem to be handled today and I think when I woke up on Saturday morning I just said Hey you know we got like let's slow again turning a negative into a positive regional conversations at the start and you know here is four days later and I can tell you that the conversations have started and it's been it's been great you know I went down on Monday it had it because the the the principle of the of the high school by the way I mean this is nothing to do with wins are high school that this principle was actually taken a leadership role enormous happening within reason that that headed into the high school who was on the football field and then by just the bad luck of it you know the high school the head coach was one of the coaches on the field you know but but he was very kind of as a guest and so he that this is so much that I I was that you you're you're supposed to be taking fifty yards for the girls team and the other you know it's like you fish on your side of the river I fish on my side of the river no one fishes in the middle and this other club team started taking your space well it's it is a little bit it was sold out and basically you had you had your own tunes you girls soccer teams that were scheduled to play on that field in the one invited to fifteen the my daughter plays were down for a scrimmage right so that put a third one under that's that's not an issue either their goals were set at the fifty yard line and he turned the goals around to play with why so the thirteen could play on the on the field as well so cones were set up along the secure line not to talk on the kind of like the small cultures most you pressure right the football team ran their drilled in in the start out and and if this was just this is on the near hash marks and they started running drills in the poll one like right at the fifty yard line in the call one of the coaches you pick the cones into where the girls were practicing star runner drills there and you watch this happen you like okay well this will get fixed in as is three different times a soccer coach went to talk to a coach on the huge demand and got a pretty much shut down and shutout so I walked on the field tried to talk to the coach he wanted no part of it you know and and you know and and and it just kind of went from there and you know again that one one of the reasons that names aren't listed all over this thing in this is important Charlie is that I one I said what I said on the on the Twitter live event and what I have followed up with with both the the high school they coach why not with on Monday and you know and and and it's going to take a leadership role in in in you know turning this thing around they this I don't want this to be about a who done it who was the guy who was this who's that that's not the point the point at this point is is we have gotten so what a whack with some stuff that that in the last year to three specific codes examples of things I've seen from parents or coaches in you're going Hey enough's enough like we've got to make sure that the respect as part of this thing is well and and and that is the underlying message that that that will change and I think it's getting through and unfortunately it's caused a stir down there for for this but you know that this youth football program but based on what I have heard based on other people that that that have reached out to me I think this third was needed and and this message needed to be sent in and I think that that is being handled extraordinarily well down there and and and it'll be taking care of the way it should be well I mean forward we continue to get the message out about eight we got to be much more where to start with basic respect each other yeah well you know what at the time I'm sure it was pretty insulting overall I am surprised at the news coverage I will say Chris it just seems a one of those things that happens among people at a practice that ordinarily don't see in the news I don't think you intended to get the news you said a you know a tweet about it and kind of explain X. express your frustration but you know the guy was it surely will well now here's here's the other thing though yes sometimes sometimes you don't know who's involved and and in this case see the person involved me in in terms of one of the dads and was there to watch it right has a platform that we could make sure that the message gets hurt one of the moms of one of the girls is a news producer and add to your shoulder to shoulder channel four you know in in in it really makes me wonder you know how many times something like this has happened or where that type of lack of respect has been shown and no and no one has said anything about it and it's come to light to me that actually there have been several incidents over sometimes that that have been and it hasn't been addressed properly and it now will be addressed properly which is good look I've I've had some that I've that I've talked to somebody with me shot I've talked to you know to we traded emails some of them with the woods you I see me personal runs with some see in our league so although basketball and the message of respect is one that they're all relating to investigate we use is better you know we we do a video it save me more concise in my rambling and and and and you know again and I'm a hundred percent I'm an I told mom a hundred percent on board in in you know unfortunately I can was specially since I work in in pro sports I wanted to become one of these parents just kind of laid low and and I'm just seen I'm see too much and and and we we can make a difference and and we're going to make a difference and then make sure that this message stage front center because I also do believe this rally need you mean you deal with this every day in some of the show I think you do you know if everybody just something goes wrong and somebody says all who's at fault and we got to get this person out of your way but that's not the case that in all the time sometimes the underlying message is a bigger one of and this one's one of respect putting that making sure that the kids things are handled properly more importantly making sure that dolls can just have a decent normal conversation and find a solution without things going nuts in these guys decided that that that shouldn't that was going to be the case well so making it sounds to me Chris like that guy will be kicking the orange cones anytime soon I don't think that listen you cannot in any way and this is the only issue that became more about boys and girls for me Charlie is when you did that kids are extremely impressionable they see things they know things they they watch they may not tell you about it next thing you know that you're talking a week later remember when this happened I thought it but here it is those coaches doing that said that it would when they did that they show that football team that it's okay to do what they did so that girls team and that is a hundred percent not acceptable what message has been received and heard and addressed and I'm thankful for the people that got involved to make sure that it was we only hope otherwise your off season has been good and calcular good good even the rest of the night was a great night tickets at a great time to work so well all right what will come this orange cone gate what's the name of IT Kerber gate no we're we're we're gonna most people start waking up and be nicer to research other William you've got a all right Chris Culliver voice of the Stanley Cup championship blues thanks for taking your phone call today in clarifying a few things and catching up as well you get a Charlie have a great day all right you too Chris cover voice to the Stanley Cup championship blues with us on the voice of Saint Louis well that that that that wraps up that story with a bow on top of it I don't think I don't think that football coach is going to be kick in any cones yeah soon not not too soon and I hopefully he was just a a I think it may be a bad apple if you're gonna take as far as stroker kicking goes if you're gonna take extras sports space you don't take it from that girls of fathers the soccer team Hey we got a very nice email from one David bales coming at CW Bennett came works dot com had.

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"david bales" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:58 min | 1 year ago

"david bales" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Coming up in about thirty minutes is Phil Castellini is good friend. Last McAllister will be here after two o'clock is an African American studies professor about the Justice Philip matter, but until then one hundred fifty years ago as the reds were marching toward glory in eighteen sixty nine the franchise was born. Finley Mark prayed for one hundred years, the the commission is going to be here. Rob Manfred tomorrow. Of course, I've been invited by our good governor Mike dewine to walk with him. And I said to Mike it's because I'm so much more popular than you are. But nonetheless, I can't do it because it'll be broadcasting one two three thirty with you tomorrow. But nonetheless, joining me analysis CEO of your Cincinnati Reds, Phil Castellini, Phil Castellini. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham show, and Phil how are you? How's the great American doing today Willie just keeping a low profile owner up? This weather of the opening day was on Monday. It would have been a crisis right now. Skyser sunny, it's blue and the weather tomorrow, it's going to be in the sixties. This is a great deal. Talk about the renaissance their rejuvenation the Easter coming on April, the twenty first this is Easter it's all Christmas New Year's day reds opening day. Nothing like it. What's new about the reds this year at my ballpark? The great American. Well, certainly the thing to focus on is what David bell and his cO. Coaching Stafford doing with this team? So the thing I'm most excited about his his his watching this team come in and went to ball games here could ballpark. But while you're doing that as always Willie we try to bring a new and exciting things at the park. I would be remiss if I didn't start with our hall of fame renovation. What what better way to celebrate our history then to reinvest in our hall of fame. It was already one of the best in the business, and we are just taking it to the next level with a new collection the entire things been gutted and renovated new av. The plaque room. You're going to be blown away by a video for each at a hall of famers. We also have an and that always going to be ribbon cut on Friday and open to the public opening day. Of course is going to have the block party after the parade. Is you know, it's always a great time down here. Entre by Budweiser. And one of the things you'll see as you come in the ballpark. There's going to be an eighteen sixty nine red stockings per billion. We've opened up that rose garden recreated that in brought in this gazebo with the help of Compton she of the sculptor that's done the statues in Crosby terraced. The starting eight nine guys are represented on that Zico, and that'll be open to the public all the time. We're gonna ribbon and dedicate that billion on may force, which you know, Willie was the data that first game in eighteen sixty nine every play. I wasn't there. But who did they play if they were the first team who the reds play in eighteen sixty nine? There was. I'm glad that we could clarify that on the air. So what makes your Cincinnati Reds, then called the Cincinnati? Reds. Stockings. The first professional team in baseball as far back as eighteen sixty one. There were teams playing baseball club teams and a lot of Amador's. And sometimes they might play pay the best one or two players on those teams what the reds did that ear the red stockings. They wanted to barnstorm the nation and show him that Cincinnati. We had the toughest been the best baseball players. And so they paid every player professionally. They were the first team to be all professionally. Paid they traveled with media, and they barnstorm the country east coast, west coast, north south and went fifty seven to know. And if you've talked to the guy down they really highlight that team in that year. It's really what put baseball on the national map the national spotlight and really created as the nation's game. And then a short six or seven years later right here in Cincinnati. The American Association was formed in eighteen seventy six which then evolved to become the National League. So that's a little bit of the junk as to why that history starts here. And why this team in the city gets the credit for getting that started in all professional way. And we're proud to be celebrating. That's all year long. You know, many times during my speech on opening day. I talk about the civil war veterans coming back from great victories against Bergen and teed him one and two and also Vicksburg do, you know, whether or not there was actually civil war veterans playing on the eighteen sixty nine reds. I don't know the answer. Okay. So I say so. Probably that some that we can find out from our our our historians at the hall of fame. And I know I've been to I went to a dedication a gravesite at at a at a at a really old cemetery on the west side. And there was one of those former eighteen sixty nine red stockings guys is is there. And so again, I think it's an exciting time to cover a lot of history Willie, and we're going to do that and a bunch of different ways this year one the hall of fame as I mentioned to the pavilion outside the throwback uniform campaign that's going to start on that may fourth weekend. And then every weekend for the rest of the season fifteen different uniforms, and it's a really interesting way to walk through the evolution of the uniform. The wishbone see different things that we did. It highlights championship years. We're going to have a lot of fun with that. Once you're in the park. We've got a couple of other features a lot of changes the fans on well Kitching post is bringing us a brand new bar and cover shade space right at center field of the wiffle ball. Area zone. Keep the voice and recreations outlet has made a major investment in a huge commercial place that we've had those would backyard sets in here for years, but he upgraded for the anniversary this year in put in an awesome. Huge. And then, of course, we you sold it redsfest. We've got the new mobile kids club vehicle that's going to be in the fans on every game. It will be in the parade on opening day. So you'll see it parked in the fans out selling those red sets kit starting on kids opening day on Saturday. And then when you get into the bowl, you're gonna notice we've got some additional sponsorship for Chick-fil-A on the foul. Poles here. I love chick fillet. In fact, I don't like chicken, I still go to Chick-fil-A as far as rob Manfred. He's the grand marshal. I would assume it's the one hundredth anniversary of the Finley market parade. The first one had to be nineteen nineteen therefore some of the World War Two veterans back from for done. They came back from for done when they beat the hunt in nineteen eighteen I would assume ward war one veterans were applying for the. The reds in nineteen nineteen and nineteen twenty correct. Yeah. You gotta you gotta remember that. Finley market has just done such a nominal job with that parade, and we're so happy to have it aligned again with opening day. And the fact that they're gonna have a great weather day. I think it's going to be the biggest baddest when they ever had. I know we personally have a couple of digital floats in there this year to celebrate the anniversary. You know, we've got some other news sponsors Lexus is taken over the sponsorship of the diamond club. Humana has got a sponsorship of shaded sections in the upper sections of the lower bowl. And you know, the other exciting thing in we've made some changes to the club houses. Visiting team's got a significant upgrade to the the accommodations in the visiting clubhouse. And so again, we're we're we're we're trying to make the experience for fans and players alike better every year in our operations crews just done a great job getting that ready. This you rob Manfred. I guess he toys around the country. Are you worried about I'm getting booed at all? Because I think rob Manfred done a pretty good job. He's flexible joining to change. Game a little bit going forward, which is required. So is rob Manfred. Will he be well received? I certainly hope so because this is this is the guy in charge of taking this game right into the next few generations and making sure that it's healthy. And that we've got fans engage next generation of fans engage, and he's very much on top of that responsibility and stewardship and we're just honored to have him here. We're gonna have him riding in the parade grand marshal Johnny bench, catching the first pitch that Eric Davis will throw good pre-game. We've got Bronson Arroyo back down delivering the game ball. Joe Morgan will be the captain of the game. So to have the Commissioner here on this significant date in really this is a this is a league wide celebration as I mentioned hundred fifty years of professional baseball, which is really Representative our industry every team will be wearing one hundred fiftieth patch on the uniforms for all teams all games this year. So it is a league wide celebration. And for him to be kicking that up here in Cincinnati with us. We're honored. Let me. Will you accept some advice in council? You betcha. Twenty nine years ago in nineteen ninety the red legs were picked to finish third or fourth in their division the red legs. I think there were nine or nine and one they won. They got off to a great start wire-to-wire never lost never lost first place, and they want a course swept the bash brothers Oakland, as I would urge you to communicate to David bell who I taught to hit at his home, by the way, before we went to more that I it would be wise to start off strong with a few wins early in the season to build up momentum for the fan base. But also to do with the nineteen ninety reds did some twenty nine years ago that shocked the world, can you communicate out the David bale? It might be good to win early games to change the chemistry. Well, Willie is there any possible chance that the guy in charge of selling tickets hasn't already communicated that to David Bill. So you have. So this isn't a new fresh thought for you as much as I love you. Focused on our business plan. Let me rest assured that we are on it my brother. So you have spoken to David. He understands. I mean, you always say, well, it's the first game. It's the second game. The first ten games, you got one hundred and fifty two games left. No big. I think the first month of the season is a big deal. And I looked. If if it serves me correctly in the month of April, the reds have no home games on a weekend. Is that true? Very few. You've got the first weekend. And then the first weekend open kids opening day and then Sunday skip a week. And then we're in Mexico. So it's a it's technically home games, but we're playing Saint Louis in Mexico. So you're correct. This opening weekend is is the only weekend. Trust me. We have worn David out on the needs to start hot. You know, the the the market needs their red lakes to be a winner. Trust me, the the folks that do this every day in this office need to wind at our backs. And we've gotten that these guys that denigrate shop at the trades that have brought new guys in here the energy that was at spring training was tangible and positive, and I know the town square it up, and we're all over it in David's all over this is on -portant this weekend is the weekend of the fifth sixth and seventh you play in Pittsburgh, then the next weekend you play playing Mexico against Saint Louis, then you're in San Diego for the third weekend. Then the last weekend in April you're in Saint Louis, but that means back loads. Is the season with more weekend home games? The only weekend home games until may third fourth and fifth are this Thursday Saturday Sunday,.

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"david bales" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

14:16 min | 2 years ago

"david bales" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"That's what it is. It's defense for the Chicago Bears led by Khalil Mack and company is a take out of the Miami. Dolphins down in Miami today bears looking for their fourth win in a role. The dolphins are three and two as it was just reported recently. They're going to be gone with Brock Osweiler as Ryan tannehill. Got a shoulder problem. He will not be able to go Fred Hubner allow west Steve mongo McMichael and we head on down to Miami. And bring in Cameron Woolf Cameron is the ESPN reporter covering the Miami. Dolphins cameron. How you doing today? Well, you got to be healthier than this dolphins team. I mean, I'm looking here at their injury report. And they almost didn't have enough room for all the guys that were injured and did a full participation in the questionable lists. I see camera wake doubtful than I also see that camera. We just had a scope done now on his injury. So I mean, I is a ton of injuries. It's pretty amazing with all these guys hurt that they're still three and two coming into today's game. Yeah. The big hit pretty hard on it. They had a twelve guys on their injury forwarded designation at least half of those guys were starters. It really hasn't been an onslaught over the last three weeks for them, and it starts with their quarterback lines handled this week. So you know, they've got a lot to overcome the players injured. It just hasn't worked out in their favor. And that's why we've seen them lose their relax again. Well, you know, quarterback smarter bag, my friend when you ain't got no pass rush. It's hurt. Right. And let me tell you about the antithesis of your last name. You know, what goes against what I think when the wolf has to take up for the sheep. Forfeit. We're looking here. We're looking at the office of line. And that's what tries to protect Ryan tannehill. And I went back and watch the game last week and the dolphins had what looked like a comfortable seventeen nothing lead in the third quarter. And I actually thought Adam gay screwed up by going out of the third one throwing deep to Kenny stills instead of just trying to get the first down and keep the ball little bit. But then in that, you know in the fourth quarter, the points that Cincinnati scored day just Tanny hill had no time he was just getting just blitzed from all over the place. He had nowhere to go. And there were two defensive touchdowns the the offensive line losing Kilgore center loosened sitting but now Laremy Tunsil who was in concussion protocol as he can I help probably play today's he's gonna start is it the third string center. They're playing today. No seconds. Picked him up off the street, and we to so he's still kind of getting acclimated. They've really been bad on the altar for life all year once those injuries happening talk to wolf start that's one plus world. But you know, Khalil Mack line up against John James on the other side. And James got quite a bit last week as well. So it's going to be the the best plan. Maybe hoping and praying that gets Khalil Mack throughout this whole life. Yeah. Opening brains. Always a good thing is that necessarily great game plan for the whole season. He that's what I made the wolves. Gotta take up for the sheep right there, baby. Yeah. God. Offensively Kenyon, Drake guy that can run the ball. But do they think they can run against his bears defense that's going to be there playing with Brock Osweiler started today? You know, they're gonna have to lean heavily on Frank boring. Kenyan Drake there's been a lot of talk this week from Adam Adam gates about user, Frank gore. As sort of the first down back in use an king and Drake is more of a receiving bag to kinda use a big play weapons. So I think. They try to keep the ball Brock osweiler's has much as possible. And try to see if they can shorten this game and limit the opportunities Coolmax gets to, you know, attack Brock Osweiler or you guys. He'd how how how good the quarterback sneak has been working this year. That's because nobody's ready for and if if gays is starting to six foot eight quarterback should he throw the ball downfield on third one or quarterback sneak it because that's putting the ball into break block osweiler's hands right there? Yeah. Yeah. That might be an advantage. He's actually pretty good on the sneak. I've covered in Denver. So I know he has his repertoire, that's what I'd be ready. Now, you mentioned you mentioned Frank gore and gore is one of the one of the great just one of the great stories a guy who had to both knees work down when he was in Miami. And what he did in San Francisco. And now how is he can shape wise with with the dolphins. How is he condition wise? He's he's he's still in great shape. You know, he's thirty five years old. He's backing at hometown. I was talking to him in the locker room yesterday. He's like man, I could still go out there and twenty five here's a game. So he is one of the hardest working guys on the team. And that's why gates loves them. He hears everybody talking about he's old. He's over the hill. And that's sort of what he was motivation. So he doesn't have the same explosiveness the same juice. But I think you'll be surprised that is vision and somebody's abilities to make plays still at this point. I'm sixty going to be sixty one this next week. And I still think. I can do it. Am I right? Guys. This question hall of Famer. Oh, yeah. Oh, I think so I think what you saw Terrell Davis. Get last year. I think that sort of set to stage for guys like Frank gore. He's a fourth all time leading rusher and all of the guys in the top twelve dollars thing where eligible so I think Frank Gore's at Howard the Miami fans they were talking with Cameron Woolf. He follows the Miami Dolphins for ESPN. How are the Miami fans? Taken to Adam case in how you know how he's put this team together and work things out going into the season this year. Their Lord easy at this point to be honest. You know, you've got a situation where you know, Ryan tannehill. This is seventh year even before he got hurt. There was a lot of questions of whether he could be the guy is gay since thirty. Mediocre seasons? And that's what I thought. The dolphins have been pretty much over the last two decades mediocre. So I think there's a little bit on the uneasiness particularly because offense is struggling he's an office of head coach. So I think that it's going to be an important period over the next three or four weeks for Adam gates to keep this thing for spiral or spiraling out of control. Or when you're answers. Given Jay Cutler ten million dollars last year. You're begging for mediocrity. My friend. And this you had that. Right. Yep. Mak- Fitzpatrick a name that a lot of football fans known from his college days. How's he been working with the dolphins on the defensive side? He's been one of their big pluses this year they've actually had a pretty pretty solid contribution for Minka in their third round pick Jerome Baker at linebacker. So they have him playing a lot of slot cornerback and they've also moved around it safety. So they love his versatility. He hasn't played as a rookie. He hasn't made a big splash played. But he's thinking. Gradient himself in the secondary. And they think that he has Pro Bowl potential in. One of the guys that when people are looking at the Miami Dolphins. They get a little concerned about special teams and kick returning talk a little bit about your kick returner came grant, he's probably one of the smallest guys Intersil, but he hates to you to call them small. He's five seven hundred sixty nine pounds. But he already has two special teams plus sales this year public turns down last week. He had a kick return touchdown. I wanna get Tennessee. And he's just one of those guys with electrifying feed the whole he he he attacks. So he's a guy that the beer probably want to kick it away from this week, especially with the dolphins offense limited. They're gonna need many big plays that get do the. I mean, the bears have their small guy injury. Cohen who returns ponds. Do. They have grant guy that is using the offense tours. He strictly kick returner. No, he's using offense as well. He usually they're four for big receiver. He may not be a lot of time today because devante Parker is. Returning. He's gonna play today. But he does have two receiving touchdowns on the year. She came grant. So he's the guy that when you see him on the field. Thank gadget big play. No matter where where he's lined up. After Brock Osweiler is David fails. Is there a chance to bear see two quarterbacks play again today? Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, they they fought all training camp. Brock Osweiler, David bales? And I just being Frank neither of them. Look good. And I thought there is situation where they could get rid of both of them and they kept both of them. So I think Brock Osweiler struggles. I wouldn't be surprised if he had him gains fails a shot. David sales with the backup here. In Miami last year. So he's got experience there. So I think I think that you know, you could be Brock struggles. They've sales quickly come in. Well, if you want to do this Miami Dolphins team favorite today. Mr Wolf, you know, what you should do? Good down to that bare sideline and opened up the spigot on all those oxygen cylinders. For them to breathe in when they get gassed on the sideline. And now this happened to me before. Oh, it's not working. New. They're gonna need some kind of help. The last game I covered between Khalil Mack and Brock Osweiler and Denver in two thousand fifteen Brock Osweiler got sacked by about neck. So this is hopefully for dolphins. That's not a precursor for what they'll find a day. But they're going to need some some help somewhere for, you know, in the back of ever players mind and that bear locker room, man. It's hot out there. It's hard to bring out there. Hundred degree if you're gonna you get that little doubt in your mind. There's a trap game. Yeah. Yup. Yup. Can't remember we appreciate your jumping out for a few minutes. Best of luck to the dolphins. After today. Back in the day. I was I was loved watching the dolphins back in the day. We'll see if they can ever get back to where they used to be are used to be Don Shula fan. You know here. The competition committee till I got down there to Miami. Today. It rained all night. I've been on south beach and not four and that field was sopping wet too slow as down. Tom Brady's deflated balls. My. Well, you know, sometimes you gotta play it to the best advantage camera. We appreciate it. Thanks a lot. All right. Thanks Cameron Woolf nice enough to join us from ESPN NFL nation. He follows the Miami Dolphins. And yeah, they've got a situation now where there during the Hebrew trouble the game they blew last week. And I, you know, I always like to go back and watch the waiting to nothing you're up seventeen nothing at Cincinnati. But still you got to kill the ball a little bit run the ball. You've got Kenyan Drake. And you have Frank gore and run the ball. I'm looking here. So you get up on somebody in the fourth quarter first quarter like that and your injuries or something happened. They come. But that was the second half. Yeah. Yeah. It was seventeen at Cincinnati scored twenty fourth quarter points to win twenty seven seventeen. I mean in Miami. Let one definitely let one get away Kenyan Drake caught the caught a pass from tannehill in the first. And then grant had a seventy one yard punt returns. All of a sudden, they're up fourteen nothing in the second quarter. And they go to halftime with a fourteen nothing lead. So they let one get away. Now. It's gonna be interesting to me to see how their offense going to work. And when you've got Frank Gordon, the backfield you've got to run the ball with him. Don't you? But your offensive line's struggling. Who's no black forum? Do you think days ago? Let us throw the ball fifty times, you sure would hope so presents fee for losing. Yeah. But who's an interesting Stanford Cameron gave us that? When the last time the last time, they Khalil Mack played against Brock Osweiler respect them five times rolling with the tackle. He's getting good play against today. Baby. Yeah. Might be six or seven could be predicted. How would I predict that predicted seven seven sacks? Or maybe that maybe that'll be five Khalil Mack. And we'll go from there the rest because you know, what I thought about all all the quarterbacks I've played against. They were told that they were slow who won't get some tax today. Yeah. One of the things that bears would have had to worry about was Tanny hills running. Ability. But they do have Kenyan Drake running back for the Miami Dolphins they have to worry about and Fangio knows about it is really good running back guys. Extremely fast got good size run strong. And he's got the ability to be an excellent receiver coming out of the backfield or when they remove him from the formation. So he's really a good back and him and gore have given them a good combination. One thing that Matt Nagy knows going into the game today. The what they've got to avoid any possible letdown after winning three in a row gets you high never get too low. So we were we the first twelve to twenty four hours after week one. We're pretty well. But don't get to go. And now you you win a few games. Don't don't ever get too high. And that's what I've I've kind of learned in this league too much parody way too much way too early in the season right now to be thinking that you're too good or too that. So just stay. The course. Wrong. You know, here's the level as the year goes on that needles going up, right? Every game a new maybe you got something. But if you stay level, that's always like a bell curve. Well, when when you hear you hear coaches and players talk about it's just the next game. When you guys played I mean other than the the Super Bowl shuffle. When you guys played. Did you look ahead or did you just worry about who is coming up next? We were like a pack of wolves have been caged up all week. Oh, no. We're going to get to eat you understand. We weren't about just beating you. We're about beating you down. In other words, eating you because we were starving every week baby. And winning takes care of itself when you do that. So it's just worried about the next game. The next guy you're going to get to knock his freaking head all..

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"david bales" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"david bales" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"Like yourself because true mastery as we know takes years usually decades to achieve and even the most talented naturally gifted people have to put in a huge amount of time to become incredible and that principle applies to all people in all fields in all cultures at every single point in history there's just no way around it in this book called art and feared david bales and ted orland they tell us interesting story about a ceramics class on the first day the class the teacher announces the students are going to be divided into two groups half the class was told they're going to be graded on quantity right however much they can make and on the last day of class the teachers that he's going to come up with some scales and way all the ceramic pots the students said made and you can imagine you're gonna think they're just gonna make a bunch of crap and largely you're right here fifty pounds a pottery is going to get an a forty pounds of pottery is going to get a b thirty pounds get to see you get the idea the other half of the class was told they'd be graded on quality alone all they had do is bring one beautiful perfectly designed pot to their final class and at one pot will determine their entire final grade that sounds like law school said you're not making putts to sit exams integrating time the teacher discovered something really interesting the best in most beautiful pots they were all produced by the group graded four quantity the worst and lease creative thoughts all hailed from the group grated for quality so what the heck is going on here and as the authors explaining the book while the quantity group was busily just charney out piles of work and learning from their mistakes and not even caring about making them because of grated on the way to the clay the quality group headset theorizing about perfection and in the end they had little more to show for their efforts other than grandiose theories in a pilot dead clay so what does this mean for us it means that to make amazing things you have to make a lot of amazing things and probably start by making lots of crappy not so amazing things as well so quantity and quality.

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"david bales" Discussed on Angels Radio AM 830

Angels Radio AM 830

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"david bales" Discussed on Angels Radio AM 830

"Our way at three forty eastern time and alumni stadium with now take a look at the college football scoreboard reason the acc moved our game back from noon eastern with because number eleven fsu at number seventeen miami were unable to play due to hurricane armagh but there are still lie on the top twenty five slate let's now look at the games in progress number seven michigan is looking to start three and opened the second straight season air taken on air force in ann arbor it's a close game but the walgreens ron top twenty two to thirteen with seven twenty staff seventy to go in the fourth quarter meanwhile number nine oklahoma state receive they have to remember from quarterback mason rude off against pit and hindes veal as a shot back the past flushed scrambling laugh now the field children does it down to near side fifteen those types general marcel now it's dave houghton zeiger on the call from lear field rudolf through for five firsthalf touchdowns and four hundred twenty three yards and those passing yards of the most in the first half versus an at the as opponents since two thousand thirteen i'll win san jose states david bales registered four hundred and fifty one passing yards versus fresno state the other game in the in progress in the top twenty five number twenty five ucla is down by three on the road against memphis thirty four to thirty one with eight fifteen to go in the third quarter and other good game there for gas rosyth thrown for two touchdowns we'll take a timeout coming up next it's our gaiko quotes of the week will you're from.

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"david bales" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"david bales" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"On you premium ninety only on a bigs we had dolan murray everybody who will head nill that the democratic dominating grunted here it was a fake field like you know one of the bones worry free leap to fix with you well now we have the proof to me and i guess is not that big a story because unlike thing a charles yes flood water is wet well water life but now somebody or to buckle down over our head and we can actually the length we know how correct and emigrated dominating process was we know how college duplicate and then dangers and the wasserman chills and so tv feed here i would do for charlotte in its them production and conforming don't is the terms freeman show weekdays new due to kc if you're losing your medicare plans there is an alternative i am under a mask you've seen already insurance broker each learn about your alternatives it one of my free public meetings for times style eight three one five two four six seven one seven or senior t iv dot com you're listening to carry as see all serving must winding marino and price tienes seven waiters in the nineteen eighty standard those road coming up was improbable hanson birthday music as long as they allen right one in nineteen forty five writers david bales on there was just we've played with the song i always go away as with a train that's where listening to right now.

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