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"dempster" Discussed on Starting9

Starting9

06:01 min | Last month

"dempster" Discussed on Starting9

"For making the time to come on the PODCAST. Hope you enjoyed it. Some good, Dave Ross stories in there. That kind of fired me up the way that Rossi would handle some of the people that may may may have been too comfortable. We got. It also reaffirms like a lot of people were like well. How's how's David? Ross. Can manage the cubs and isn't you know he's got former teammates that are still in the team that he's buddy buddy with and how's that going to work? I think it's GonNa work. Just fine I, I feel like. Those stories would indicate that he don't give a fuck. He's if he's GonNa put you in your. Place. That's part of the selection process to is. If that's something that they know about the guy, they don't have to ask that question. Well, how's he going to handle this? They've probably had plenty of examples before it ever got to that point on how he's GonNa handle that. Yeah. I know that Marlins fans probably feel slighted that A. Lot of people probably aren't talking about the marlins having much of a chance to win a world series this year. But how dare we how dare we write this team off or not? Even at least consider the fact that they could make it to the world series when this is a franchise that is quite literally never lost a postseason series, it's just never happened. Never Miami Marlins will go toe to toe with. The Atlanta Braves who dismissed the Cincinnati reds ever. So swiftly, which was. Cut Me deep hurt my heart. Maybe. Sad. But I'm happy for the braves I mean this is another team that I'm excited to watch. Max. Freed starting nine alum gets the ball game one against Sandy Elkin Tara. That should be a good pitching matchup. I know we talked about six though Sanchez earlier I mattingly talked about how? You know he's his decision making between like who goes game one game to game three trying to spray guys out trying to get. Is. That they're the least amount of downtime as possible trying to keep guys fresh. But not trying to burn guys out at the same time. So I'm excited for six. Day. That's something that it took one major league start from. It'd be like fucking Yup I love this guy. But it is out. In Game One. Max Freed. Who if he didn't end up on the injured list at some point this season he was a guy that we would be talking about in the same sentence is Trevor Bauer for the National League Cy. Young Award, he is that good i. say he was that good because he's still is that good because his season is continuing whereas bowers is not bowers. Apparently. Flying. into. Boston. I don't know what brings them here, but he did tweet out a boarding pass. From Phoenix to Boston and. We didn't get a chance to talk about this on the PODCAST, right? What is it? I thought? He was already there. This was what was it Saturday? No Sunday night. Sunday night he flew in. Yeah. We talked about it on the yeah. Okay. Yeah. So on Sunday night. Trevor Bauer flies into Boston tweets, the boarding pass and I immediately like. I gotta take him to them. I mean like that's you don't just have a guy who's GonNa win the Cy Young. Award. WHO's a potential free agent target for the Red Sox land at Logan and not bring him to Kowloon and it happened to be Sunday night. So they closed at ten didn't get to do it because I think he landed around ten. But had he had an earlier flight? You would have had a momentum blog walking into in. That's by the way that would've been the second blog to be filmed at Kowloon because the starting nine. Spikes out flog in twenty, nine, thousand, nine hundred was was filmed at Callan as well but he was down welcome. He was down to go to Calhoun. It just didn't work out timewise and it seemed like a quick quick turnaround for Mister Bower. What's unfortunate is easy traveling alone is you with an entourage I like does he have? Does he have representation him because I think that could that could really tell us a lot. So in my you know if he's if he's got his agent with them, there's no doubt. There's no doubt. She's probably got boots on the ground she's working overtime. I. Those are questions I. You know how? Inferior not infuriating but how stressful and must be to represent Trevor Bauer during a time like this. I mean he's Like it's basically I. DON'T WANNA COMP- I don't WanNa give him this much our but how hard can you imagine being like secret service for Donald Trump or like someone his PR team where you're just like sitting there being like please don't tweet something stupid please don't tweet something stupid like Trevor, Bauer do you think that Bauer could cost? Himself money or talk his way out of a potential suitor just from his twitter account. Absolutely I said that on the livestream I told you that like, yeah, man, there's the he said he's opening negotiate with anybody because someone asked would you sign with the Astros if they were bitter? You want to know what the Astros very well may be going. Not, that fucking Dude Oh. Definitely. Don't if you're the Astros I well. Now that I think of it. BERLINERS getting TJ. You won't have him next year. You won't have probably ever again because his contract is up after he's going to be done recovering from TJ. So maybe let's just say you never have him ever again Frankie's I don't want to call toast. He's sort of a non factor if you're talking about frontline starters. With the Yankees now so.

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"dempster" Discussed on Starting9

Starting9

05:11 min | Last month

"dempster" Discussed on Starting9

"You know to help those younger guys came up through Chicago you know you try to be able to. Do that when I got the Red Sox, I felt like I you know Kinda helps in a in a different way to John Lester. Knowing I'm. Not taking. Any credit for that I. Just from like you know Austin's a tough place to play. I'm still a media scrutiny and things like that and. You know just just learning that at the end of the day. What we say here, what anybody else is saying anywhere doesn't matter man. It just matters what you do on the field and and don't let that get into your psyche so that you can't use your job. When you go out on the field you know when I was younger, Alex. Fernandez he told me he was younger I was younger player with the Marlins news finishing his career never as good as they say you are you're never as bad as they say. You know, and so I tried to relay that to John Tried to take the burden off those guys they would come off the rough twenty twelve I walked in on opening day with fried. Chicken instead the beers upstairs. Just sometimes there's a good way to. And be able to sit down Kyle. Hendricks. Talking to kyle about the inside changeup all God, the inside change of dude we were so taught pitchers to throw a change of away away away. But yes, it singles the other way you hang gets hammered. Like. I. Hung on a transfer changed the way to Mike Johnson. A huggy hit off the I ninety five like. But. maddox was the one that was like throw it inside. So great taught me that so I started throwing splint inside the righties you hang it, pull it foul. Or they swim over top of it, their natural reaction, and then I started going I'm GonNa. Try Do this the lefties Prince fielders up one day I get one to count. I'm like must own inside changeable never forget I think it was maybe Koi homes catching and he goes like change up away and I like shook we did like that you know the the five sticks shake around and he steps off and he comes out and he was what do you have another pitch is sure -cation yeah and I go no I want to split in and he goes oh boy okay. Then, he went back on a plate and he threw it in dude to Prince. Missed it by like a foot you. Did, he did he swim over top of what was the concept behind that because obviously. Obviously coys probably thinking dip if you'll buried this fucking thing, it's floating right back over the dish and it's going to get hammered. So you better dotted up yeah. We'll think king is most hitters lefthanded hitters. Especially I was a guy who threw seamer trying to freeze you at your father. They see something coming in an initial reaction is, let's go. Let's get those hands going to get to that fastball inside. Right. So, now, the sudden it's like oh boy. Oh boy, it's not a fastball. Can't hit it and as long as you don't. If even if it's in its up cool strike again, it's foul. Great. You hit it to the concession stand in four, zero two we got it. That's what sponsor of being a player in a veteran player is to pass that down to those guys to try and make them better. Nut Make yourself look good to make them have a career and help them have career is you know how good? They argued about what it can do for them, and that's the and that's that's a sign of a bet that's why having a guy like you around is so important I wanted to ask you this I know you got got things to do you understand the relationship between David Ross and a of those guys in that building who were teammates at one point in time I wanna get your opinion on. What you feel like that could possibly do for group. Where that could go wrong for group and how you feel it has gone for the Chicago cubs because initially I was excited I had K B as my mvp preseason because I said, he's got Grand Pirozzi at the helm right now he's ready to go to work. He's ready to roller sleeves up just a little higher and go to work this year, and that's how I felt about that entire room so I Want to get your perspective on it because you're a great team I agree leader of veteran leadership presence. You know what a clubhouse needs to keep itself together and to keep going sometimes you play in spite of sometimes you play four the captain for the leader. So how how do you think this is gone? How do you think it will continue to go good idea bad idea successful. What do you got great idea. Like, for example, if if I wanted to manage right, I thought pass I want go down. And I managed guys that I played with or or any US. The hard part for me be having young comfortable conversations. AMAGAI likes everybody to get along when everybody in the room to get along wants to have fun I. Want us to relax and have a good time. David Ross can be an asshole. And and in a great way, I don't mean that in a bad person way what I mean by that is like if you're out of line, he's going to let you know right now. And and I don't mean it by who he is is a person who can be a motivator and I've seen it Firsthand Watch Rilo a barn think that he can crack jokes on the veteran guys in the weight room and David Ross stand up it right in his face and just go hey arnie whenever confused my kindness for.

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"dempster" Discussed on Starting9

Starting9

06:27 min | Last month

"dempster" Discussed on Starting9

"Look until you've been a part of a rotation or a team where. Couple of guys go down and you're in the thick of it and you're looking around like who's going to step up and you've got a guy that you can just. Wow Okay for two months while we were spinning our wheels trying to figure out how to fill the voids and bullpen days. Whatever this guy has just been taken the ball every day. This guy has been given a six fuck innings every single time and if he's doing that. Then there's a solid chance, we're in the ball game each and every time if this fuckers going six innings because I'm not leaving out there to get his boat raced seven eight runs a pop. That's not the case also. Yeah, roark. And basically just nailed his his twenty eighteen sees and he threw one hundred eighty and a third innings made thirty starts had a four three, four era. And he's definitely appreciated led the League in Las. We appreciated every bit of it. We appreciate it every bit of it nothing wrong with that. There's nothing wrong with that I don't know how we got off on a tanner roark. A tangent here but the Yankees won a lead in this series. But you're only as good as your next day starter. So. We can have conversations about momentum in the playoffs doesn't matter momentum can shift from ending to ending pitch to pitch game to game series a series but. I think you know you go out there and if you're the New York Yankees you, you can't. and. We said this during the regular season two but even more. So don't during the postseason, you can't lose games started by Garrett. Cole. And they did it Garrett Cole gets the Win Giancarlo Stanton huge Grand Slam because at that point. The Yankees grabbed a huge insurance run in when it was four three I was like. All right. You know there's still a chance for Tampa to scratch went out here, and then you have that big insurance run that they grab late in the game. So, now it's, can we address to address Clint Frazier? For just a I don't get it like this does Brett Gardner Ninety seven uptown and Clint Frazier was. Just. fucking. Pelted that baseball. Pelted. He's got one of those like quick recoil swings he. He like he's dude. I'm serious like if he could figure out how to absolutely own the inner half of the plate, he would become. A fucking nightmare a nightmare like there's adjustments that I think frazier could make that would have him like kind of like how Stanton has positioned himself in angled himself at the plate to combat a feeling in an uncomfortableness in his approach with baseball's close to him right. He's made an adjustment in the box to combat that to find a level of comfort with balls close to his body line or balls that start in off that might be trying to clip the front door. Saving thing for Fraser he is so goddamn quick in there. That if he could eliminate a pitcher's ability to get him out in there or to strike in there without getting hurt. And just start to defend the other way like. The Dude. The Dude could be a fucking force. A four and I think I think. That's kind of like the The General Consensus Amongst Yankee fans is that they're all kind of like why the fuck doesn't this guy regular playing time every time he goes if I guess the popular, Opinion Amongst Yankee fans is that if clint frazier played a full season, you're talking about an all-star. I wonder if there's any give and take though between the growing pains that you feel like you're going to experience with Clint Frazier and him being a young guy and would you rather? Test Your luck with Gardy out there being a veteran guy who you feel like is going to make the veteran. And the veteran decision, which will benefit you more times than not, and are you trying to avoid clint the that voting something's mistake or that rookie mistake? That's just. Not. Not doing much for you and you're like, you know what I don't want that to happen. So let's stick with Gardy today. Let's you know that's another day that Clint. Doesn't get his ten. That's another day that he doesn't get the right. It's like something that you can bank on happening but there is always the possibility that clint frazier will make some sort of mental mistake or not even like a mental mistake but. Make that like a hundred and fifty percent effort. Play that just fucks everything up when do is be normal just be normal out there and everything will be great. I've seen him dive for balls that are just not catchable, and then it gets behind the now you give up the extra maybe maybe a run that never would have scored otherwise it's like shit like that. But I guess not I understand why he does is because. He gets he sees his name in the lineup card and it's like well I can go out there and I gotta do something that would put my manager in a position to where everyone thinks he's a fucking idiot if I'm not in the lineup card tomorrow and that in itself creates poor decision making so yeah, I get and I I agree with your point. Clint Fraser's. This point of Gardner's career Clint Frazier is the better player but. In a time like this, when it's do or die especially in a short series, yet a best of best of fucking three, and now you're in a best of five you're not even playing besse seven series yet and every gay matters and yeah, you I. Guess you do Trust Brett Gardner to have more professional at that to make the wiser decision defensively on the base paths all that. So Yankees lead one nothing but. Tonight. Those. You better, I had to go to. Yes. I'm. I'm all out. I'm all out from his last start. They're going to they're going to have to get like you need something. It's almost like a I've seen. A Morphine IV where you can't just have this shit free flowing you're gonNA have to have drip like a button..

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"dempster" Discussed on Starting9

Starting9

08:23 min | Last month

"dempster" Discussed on Starting9

"You weren't going to be pounding the pavement like a construction worker with a never ending Jackhammer. Pray for your partner. Heo. Speaking of praying for your partner the Astros. What a win against as. Last night. I mean whatever it was. It was it was one mistake it was one. Game felt like a mistake to me. I was convinced that one mistake cost us again that's what I was can over. The Astros were the better team after game one. I think. If you're watching that game and obviously you what you need to do as a listener of the starting nine podcast and I try to do every single day and it's a struggle. It really is a struggle to be able to objectively and. Take an unbiased approach to the Oakland A.'s when the only source of information is Dallas Braden like you have to be able to sift through all that like through the wreckage and find the information that best puts you in a position to accurately and thoroughly assess the twenty twenty are actually not even the twenty, the Oakland, a.'s any year, the Dallas Braden's talking about them so. I'll take bits and pieces of what he says. I can't take all of it because if you take all of it next thing you know you're you're going to the fucking. The BARSTOOL, Sports Book House Philly and placing a six million dollar bet on the Oakland A.'s to go undefeated in the postseason and you can't do that. That's very that's not betting responsibly. What you need to do is I guess. I'll be your filter. If you're not sure I will take from Dallas Braden what he says about the as I'll do my own independent research on top of what he says and then we'll come up with I. Guess a more clear depiction of what it is that we're dealing with. So after game one of the Division Series Astros as. Chris Bassett. That this guy on the Cy Young award the way the Dallas talking about I mean he's good. He's good. I mean he's definitely not game one starter ballgame over good good I mean like I I think if there are a lot of teams that would like Chris Bassett on their team. Yeah Lot teams. I just don't know that you know throwing him out and I need to I need you to answer this question. I know that there's parts of it's like. Well, you know and trust me I've been in this position as well. I have personal relationship with these guys and I also a broadcaster for the team what you want to know about. But I WANNA know why Sean of Anaya is. First of all why he didn't appear at all in the wildcard round and why and why? His. Coming off of that performance that he had against the dodgers why he wasn't your game one starter in this series after I mean it's not like he needed the rest. Why was he your game two starter and not your game? One Starter? If you have an idea of who these guys are, which the Oakland A.'s do. They've got a pretty good feel for their players. You realize that Chris Bassett's a guy who he's not interested in waiting around. He's a guy who you could almost probably do some harm to if you leave him in a room by himself long enough to start thinking. Right like that's maybe not a great combination like let's get bass around other people. Let's get him not thinking about things. Let's get him. Just being. Being a winner. Let's get them moving around the world. Let's do. Let's let him so. You don't give them an extra day. You'll let his body react the way he's comfortable reacting and give him the ball on regular days rest. If you paid attention to Sean Mnaya. And you remember what his staff look like coming off of the corona virus shutdown. Little extended vacation if you will, he comes back through a ninety five. Okay. So if you have the ability to keep one guy physically and mentally on schedule. And you have another guy who is. Fairly. Flexible in that regard like Oh short days rest. Okay. All Right Oh. Do I have two extra days? Okay. Yeah. All right, whatever. Look if you have that. Guy. Then then he's probably the guy that you can bump back. He's probably the guy that you feel like you're okay giving some extra time to. So if you have two of those dudes and you're forced to make that decision. Then this is how that unfolds. Bassett gets the ball Bassett gets the ball again, MANIACI takes the rest maniaci takes the rest. Goes Game Too. So Shaw. Anaya. Game To. Astros. Trying to put a stranglehold. On the series. Against the Oakland A.'s This must win game. Yes you think. So I thought you would have said, no I thought you would have said something along the lines of. What do you think three straight against the Astros is impossible if you watch as this year. No Muss Wind strictly because of what I saw yesterday what I tell you about the emotion. Involved in a team who has played with emotion and has utilized emotion as a driving force as a motivator, and that's what the as have done. And this is where Matt Chapman's presents not only on the field or she lack of presence, not only on the field, but in the clubhouse. Key, come into play because after an ASP beating or after a routing or a game where Shit just doesn't go right at all. One of the first guys if not the first guy in that clubhouse to make a joke about it to laugh it off and get everybody being comfortable with what just happened is Matt, Chapman? Like I've seen the guy go fucking over four four punch. I'm assuming he walked with that team, right? And Walk into that Klaus and laugh and joke about it, and that right there let's the other guys know who also went over look that's our guy and he just had a bad day and he's fucking laughing and joking about we're good. We're absolutely we are still the team that should be knocking down our post game naked putts were still the team that should absolutely be knocking down our post came naked free throws we should be doing these things. And if you get caught up in that. Mental side of are we failing is this must win is it then that concern to permeate? That starts to search spill over into all areas of the clubhouse. So. After I saw the the look. Of. Confusion, and like I don I don't WanNa say despair but it was almost like. Like they started hitting the panic button air got made panic button and I don't WanNa see that. I don't really WanNa see that either because. Not. That I saw anyone on the as pressing, it's game one but. Like I said, the Astros are playing with confidence that I did not see from them all year. Long I did not see this confidence and they're also playing with a with a looseness. It's house money. Yeah. It's house money for that. I mean like no one thought that they I mean not many people thought that they would make it out of the first round against Minnesota. I don't think after what the Astros did too I mean what? The as to the Astros and the regular season that many people had Houston winning this series either but you know George Springer and then he had a four hit game right? Afterwards Springer four hit game. Carlos Correa couple of homers and I have you been surprised the fucking all the homers that have been. Hit between. These teams. Know because WH- one I live down here. So I know what the weather's like right now and we're getting ready for what we call Santa Anna's. Yesterday on.

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"dempster" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

08:02 min | 5 months ago

"dempster" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"He's the founder of medical director of the DEMPSTER. Clinic Center for Functional Medicine. And I believe that's in Toronto. Is that correct? John is yes, that's what I thought in Dr Dempster focuses on a functional medicine model when treating patients who suffer from various conditions such as mental illness, autoimmune disease, digestive disorders, and more as a strong believer in integrative and evidence based medicine doctor. DEMPSTER is also completed advanced ship and functional regenerative an anti-aging medicine, so welcome to the podcast John. David great to be here. Good to see you. Absolutely, we'll John. I'd love to our audience to know more about your personal story and how you became a naturopathic doctor and how you started doing what you're doing. This goes back. I always have this story that's come together, but you know. We've all got this journey that we've been on and for me. It started really when I was about thirteen. I was growing up in a pretty standard on. Regular very active lots of kids lots of athletics had to go to school, but we didn't think too much about food until I. had uncles die within a year and a half of each other chronic. Massive lightbulb moments where I think my parents who then served avid trickle bound impact on us me being the oldest of four kids. You know I kind of took the brunt of it, probably at first what the dietary changes My youngest brother is eight years younger than me. He probably didn't know any better, but you know. Suddenly we were that kid. Those kids in a small town, drinking, vegetable, juice dinner, doing fish, oil, breakfast, and mets, not your usual Combo back. In the eighties, so in a it was an eye opener at that time but I. Remember Thinking, and this is really what led me into biology into premed degree. was you know seeing what happened with my parents they? are still this timeless couple. They look great and amazing, and they never get sick. Aside, maybe the occasional sniffle, but They have done great things and my siblings as well. We were always you know performing well and not getting sick. When I look around, you don't my parents. Friends aren't doing that well and kind of. Together it's like that's really click with me and even at a younger age so I went into my med degrees. thinking. Are You I? Wanted to be a doctor. I knew I wanted to help people. But I was becoming a little bit disillusioned when I was asking a lot of questions about foundation of Medicine Foundation of medicine is a lot to do with poverty, said, let food medicine and I would ask this after seeing some changes in our own family really made me scratch and thanking medical school at the time was talking about this. In fact, most of the Times there would be like yeah, yeah, three hours every week I was at work. No, no three hours in your entire. Curriculum and so when you're in school for anywhere between you know eight years, plus that's not a lot of time. So. Long, and the short of it is naturopathic medicine popped up on my radar. You ask, and you shall receive. It was right there for me. I checked it. So it was like. Is this really the type one and then I I literally woke up the next morning I. Sit is change my applications WHAT MY OTHER APPS! Away and you know the longest shortest David. This is still a journey that I'm still trying to learn about. Functional Medicine was an extensive naturopathic medicine and to me it really brought it together because I love science I love technology, I love staying on the forefront of Edison and I think now. At of all time, this is the most important time in our life to be talking about what health real health and medicine is into me. Functional Medicine allows a lot of what we should be looking at not to shoe western medicine by any sense. Tremendous efforts going on in that area right now, but we now need to bring the collective. US altogether, and that's really where my eyes opened up. With functional medicine is now I can help treat the root of the problem by treating the individual, not to just label so I know that's a huge. Huge big rambling explanation, but that's my passion. David that's where I come from. I have a ninety four year old grandfather. Who still telling me to this day? That food has got him to where he is, and he's still there exercising hour and a half day, and so it's a big part of family, and it's a big part of. My blood and that's where my passion comes from. Well I love to hear that especially You know it's really encouraging to hear a ninety four year old. That's out there exercising an hour and a half a day I think that's just unbelievable. And that's really all we shall be shooting for and I have a similar background. Where my mom actually became, she was a nurse, saw a lot of things going on in the medical model as I was growing up that she just didn't agree with, and she decided to study massage therapy and naturopathy, and really work with people work with herbs. We always had our own garden. Changed our Diet I was very rebellious back then. didn't like the Diet changes that we made but but over time I realized that healthier foods made me feel better and me perform better, and that's kind of what she taught. If I wanted to be stronger, I wanted to be I was growing up. If I wanted to perform better, these foods would help me and I was like you know anything that's going to help me perform better. I was all for it. And that's really what got me going in my journey as well so very similar background. As far as that goes well, let's talk more about functional medicine with really is what the differences between that near typical mainstream medicine. Really simply I see myself as a health detective and that may sound kind of silly, but really that's what it is I'm looking at putting the pieces together. I got I. If I have a patient. Show up in front of me I. Look at them like they're a giant jigsaw puzzles scattered all over the place pieces upside down ground, not nowhere close to being perfect. Puzzle what we try to do is we tried to put these pieces together by Denna fighing where some of the hidden blind spots are, and that's what I love about. Functional Medicine is now we can leverage certain tools and technologies that really helps us gain some clarity in areas. That might not be so. Obvious to us. You know one of the things we talk a lot about with with our, which as to you is gut health, but not every patient with guide issues presents with your typical diarrhea gas, bloating heartburn. You know those usual suspects that we all think of when we think I'd issues a lot of people where we do the testing that we do with our patients. It reveals in organisms that should not be there or Deficits of organisms that should be there or different types of inflammatory markers and something called the testing permeability which is known as leaky gut either now things that we went speculated a lot better, but now we can actually measure these qualify are patients, and and that helps the patient understand really what's going on behind the scenes so to speak. It had to pull the curtain. Curtain back allows us to really start to see what's going on well before any symptoms arise, and if they do symptoms, this is where we should be starting to help. Get rid of those. Yeah, absolutely, and you mentioned the gut. What's what is so important about the gut? What are we learning now? Her Byron Gut and how that impacts everything when it comes to health. We've learned so much even just the last few years. This is something that we're going to continue to learn, but the gut to me is the gateway for everything. If we're GONNA talk about chronic disease, not only treating it, but preventing it, the gut is the starting point in that conversation because of invincibility to impact some many other systems in our bodies so many other organs. This is where in my practice largely we begin in the Gut because this is our foundation. And why is that well? Your guys wear first of all roughly eighty percent of your immune system is now. Isn't this at timely topic? Considering what's going on in the world right now we should be talking about talk. Tackling the GUT to help support people's and you system right now with different types of viruses whatnot. They're going on in.

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Bucks County traces 12 new coronavirus cases to Jersey Shore gatherings

KYW 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 6 months ago

Bucks County traces 12 new coronavirus cases to Jersey Shore gatherings

"Nearly a dozen new cases of covert nineteen a Bucks county traced to gatherings at the Jersey Shore and it's prompting county health officials to remind everyone one of iris hasn't gone away here's the wood of the suburban bureau chief Jim Miller books county health director Dr David Dempster says eleven cases announced over the weekend were traced back to a New Jersey resident who attended multiple gatherings at beach houses at the Jersey shore over the past two weeks Dempster says even though it may feel safe to be at the beach one unlucky exposure can lead to a large cascade down the line he says well they encourage people to get out and enjoy the warm weather they want people to continue to take precautions like wearing masks when with people who are not members of the same household Dempster also says they expect there will be additional infections among family members of the new cases the county says about five thousand people have tested positive in Bucks county since the virus for showed up about two thousand of those are confirmed to have

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"dempster" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:50 min | 8 months ago

"dempster" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Dempster says they know however that the actual number is much higher from my interviews with cases who have family friends with very similar symptoms so the number of cases in Bucks county is much higher than what we have confirmed I says that is not unique to Bucks county it's it's something every city county and state dealing with Montgomery County now has more than seven hundred cases in a total of twelve deaths Montgomery County commissioner Dr valor Kerr says they're not yet seeing a surge in cases one indicator she says are looking at is the percentage of community tests coming back positive because if we do start to see an increase in our number of cases and that would represent a surge what we're going to start to see is that the percentage of cases that are positive each day starts to increase she says so far that number remains at about thirteen to fifteen percent positive every day Delaware County now has four hundred sixty nine cases and eight deaths Chester County has two hundred seven cases and two deaths in New Jersey there are now over twenty five thousand five hundred cases and five hundred thirty seven people have died nine hundred forty of those cases are in South Jersey governor Murphy has given state police brought authority to obtain a quick bit needed to combat cove in nineteen we have more on that from K. Y. dot you South Jersey bureau chief David Madden the governor says the idea here is to get equipment to healthcare workers on the front lines one way or another I am signing an executive order to commandeer medical supplies and equipment that are necessary for our coved nineteen response this may run the gamut from N. ninety five masks and other personal protective equipment to ventilators and everything in between he hopes those who may be hoarding materials will give them over freely the order addresses those who won't the percentage of positive tests conducted statewide is about forty percent now Murphy toward one of the field hospital set up by a female in the Meadowlands which will open come Monday a similar facility at the Atlantic city convention center should open by the fourteenth new unemployment claims this week top those from last week both records for the state with a total of three hundred sixty two thousand new claims over that span in South Jersey David Madden KYW newsradio Philadelphia city council met for twelve minutes yesterday was not only perhaps the shortest meeting in its history but it was the first conducted with most of the members calling in from home K. Y. W. city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports there was just one item on the agenda council unanimously passed the Kenney administration's request for eighty five million dollars to fight covert nineteen the bill was introduced just three weeks ago but council president Darrell Clarke says but the speed at which the viruses moved it already seems outdated it is changed so dramatically beyond my belief so eighty five million dollars will not be all we need to get us through this Texas council will continue to meet via teleconference until the stay at home order is left at the next session is set for April sixteenth Clark says he's figuring out a way to conduct budget hearings remotely were required by the charter and the budget by the end of may unfortunately I think will be an emergency status for a long long time Pat Loeb KYW newsradio the White House one struggling Americans to know that financial help is on on the way in the form of recently approved tax rebates for low and middle income workers CBS news White House correspondent Steven Portnoy the administration is ramping up its processing of cash payments to most Americans with the disbursement of up to twelve hundred dollars going directly into qualifying Americans checking accounts within the next two weeks for those who receive paper checks from the IRS or from social security the process could take longer but the treasury secretary vows it will be weeks not months house speaker Nancy Pelosi says it's time for Congress to act on another stimulus package she says yesterday's report showing another six point six million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week makes the matter even more urgent it's six thirty nine we have got the problems with all water main break right now on the route ten trolley will get the latest on the situation from the traffic center right after this when it matters most K. Y. W. news radio will get you through thanks for calling one eight hundred got junk this is Serra how can I help I think working from home when my house gets so small your health feel smaller than before yes where did all this junk come from it's invisible until the day you notice that you can make it disappear and all I have to do is point yes I don't have to touch anything you touch nothing and we touch only the things we're going to carry away when can you.

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"dempster" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

01:37 min | 11 months ago

"dempster" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

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"dempster" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

03:26 min | 11 months ago

"dempster" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"And then we'll let you go on your so generous with your time and again the podcast off the mound. Check it out. If you're ever follow Ryan dempster on Twitter Watch him on. MLB Network but oft amount is such a good podcast. If it ever comes live you want to go see listen to it because it's fantastic. If you love baseball love love someone who has great knowledge and understand it and makes it fun but my question for you is talk to us about that idea of. Oh He's going to be bad for the locker room like what is the dynamic of a locker room that if you drop a cancerous element inside of it it could just spoil the whole thing. Yeah that definitely can can happen. I I I've seen it happen. I've been a part of teams that happens with I think that the most important thing that you can do as a teammate. When you have somebody who is quote unquote cancerous or a bad clubhouse guy or bad guy right is become personal with them? You know you you can sit there and say you know it's it's a twofold you you can't just get on a guy I hate to do this. You got to follow this rule. If you don't say hey man how's your wife. How your kids? Hey Man I was great to see your dad. You want to go to dinner one. Let's do this. Do you play golf. There's different different ways and and because then you become personal and you you find out who the person is and then you can help steer that direction into a much more positive. You're just going to ignore or that This guy's a known cancer that clubhouse or he's a bad guy in the locker room and you leave it at that. There's a pretty good chance that somewhere down the line. It's going to turn out that way and you gotta try and lift those guys up and bring out the best them you know. I always said over my career. I didn't have many tools in the toolbox as far as my arsenal personal But one of my favorite things I had was I felt like I was a good teammate. And a guy who you know try to get to know other guys and and and know them on a personal level because at the end of the day we're we're done playing sports there are over and done with you know it's the relationships you build friendships that you build that last a lifetime so true under feel like you should be hired by. Mlb to give the speech. You're like the clubhouse cancer whisperer that's what you should be known. It's true because I bring up. That is a byproduct of that of what what you just said is if you get close to someone if you build a personal bond and then they do something that betrays the team or the spirit for it or whatever then they have to face you you. You're like hey man we've been I've been hanging out with you and your family. Why would you do something like this? This is hurting me. Me and then they have to answer to that and then it becomes harder to I think make selfish decisions when you are have those connections grape points. Great Art Ryan dempster off the mound. Check it out. Follow him on all social media's watch him on MLB network. I'm Sam Watch US DO COMEDY IN CHICAGO. I'm already putting the show. Yeah Right de absolutely six if you WANNA see him laughing. It's a Thursday night Ryan downstairs. And he's going to bring everyone the whole Eddie cubs he is going to exhume. Zoom Ernie banks and put them in the front row. That's what's going to happen. Yes well borough the statue from Wrigley one take it. Let's grab it Ryan. Thank you so much. Appreciate it. the art it'll be their Canadian rockies the birds when we come back Liam Neeson loss in Costco. He left us. Another voicemail is via for the stay with us.

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"dempster" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

11:47 min | 11 months ago

"dempster" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"I don't want it so that I got a hold on a second and let's wait and see. Let's go to the guy downstairs. I was going to look at it as okay. Now now I will talk about slowing the game down. Let's keep the emotion and the passion and be like now. I think he was safe. Okay they call them save. Yeah it looked like he was safe. I'm not going to challenge because if I do that. I'M GONNA lose my challenge. Now it's it's it's too delayed. Its get that out of there. Let's have instant replay all the same in advance that technology that we know it even quicker and faster. We don't even have the empires ars leave their positions. A guy stays at home played. The Guy Stays at their base. They point to two umpires sitting over in the camera. Well there are already on the phone in New York and they know it by the time they point over there. That's that's that's if we have technology that can get the pitch from centerfield camera to the Dugout wail away on a trash can like Oscar the grouch. Yep How can we not know in three seconds from New York. Whether or not that guys out or say I. It's it's such a great point so what so. What are we you know? We're sitting here saying in the last couple of years Astros one of the greatest turnarounds from four year. Turnarounds ever be curious to see how they do this year. Well that's number one and number to how are we looking at a guy like Alex. Bregman how are we looking at a guy like Jose altuve eight dudes with tremendous gifts. There is there amazing but it may be. They're not as historically as amazing as we thought they were because they actually knew what was coming. I you know I I understand what you're saying but I I actually like think that they'll have monster years and the reason I say that is like you're talking about two guys that you can put in overhead overhead storage compartment on a plane. Plant Life Right. Both of these guys not only became major leaguers they became all stars in. MVP's and studs and they. We're doing this without that information and the drive inside of them to want to prove people wrong. I think is going to be great. Yup and I think that they're going to go out there and do that. And and I think that they're great Paul players with or without that And I think the competitive edge that it gave them didn't pertain necessarily to do you know the the four five starter on you know a a sub five hundred team. I think it gave him that competitive edge against really good teams in the playoff. Who you're trying trying to get an edge on that playing field that when you get talked over and especially the last four teams right? They're all really good. So how do you get a little bit better than the other team. And I think that's what they were looking for. So what do you feel about a guy like pete rose starts weighing in on this situation by the way we can all sit here and say Piero's unbelievable hitter if not the best hitter of all time And and that's not even in dispute but when he starts Wayne in on this year like It's like when your uncle gets drunk and like comes to Thanksgiving Komo. Something racist comes. Don't let don't let him talk. Don't let him talk just as he starts talking. I mean did you get that feeling. His rose opens his mouth. Yeah sometimes you know and I and I don't know what it's like to be Pete. Rose I'm sure he's probably pretty sour at the fact that there might be people in the hall of fame that took steroids in sure. Did and as a player warrants being in the hall of fame. You know I don't like the argument when I hear people trying to fend Pete rose and they say well you only bet on his team to win no cool so when he didn't bet on his team to win he was essentially saying there doesn't feel very good about already starting pitcher right and so he bet on his team one hundred and sixty two times a year. No he didn't okay because no team has ever gone one hundred and sixty to know if he's like or they're winning and he's like you know I think I'm GonNa go with my closer to make sure I hit this parlay. Yes yes it affects the. You know. It's like cheating in tennis. You Mike Mini how can you even deter. How do even know if someone's cheating in ten lake there the point shaving and all that other stuff it takes away from the integrity of the game which goes cuts cuts back to the core of what we're talking about with this scenario? Is that lineup. Lace them up. Put the ball on the mound. Walkout there trying to beat this guy at the plate. And that's what we're working with instead of. Hey he knows what's coming it's just it. It changes the way you WANNA. You WanNa go to a game as a fan and be like. I don't know what's going to happen. Yeah one hundred percent and you know like an we're getting to a point now You know three four or five years ago. Let's say there were three or four teams teams that were on the cutting edge of analytics rate Scher. who had people out there that you know the Oakland oaken Ellen you know a CEO CEO and the work that? He's done all the way back to his days in Boston where they were always kind of a head is knowing numbers and how to translate that data play other Tampa. Yeah thirty teams are all all doing the saints right they all have the same information and I just filmed a fun little like a sketch that I did that. I'm going to be put on social media just talking about talking about that. How the pitcher knows the hitter? Third Base coach. The coach is everybody knows what this guy's GonNa throw to one. Because that's what the numbers say and we've been prepared for that so at the end of the day. Just it comes down to executing and let them go play. Yep it comes down to competing the guy on the mounds gotta throw it to the right spot you know and and David Ross. The the new manager of the cubs from us mcgetrick. He'd always say that you guys you gotta throw a fastball. When they know that the fastballs comment the only thing you gotta do is executed if you execute it and you hit the right spot in a gift people out and when you don't you're gonNA pay for it? It's I was talking to Pedro Martinez when we did a little piece with You know with Ti. And I was with him during watching the place with him and with sitting with him in Sheffield and Jimmy Rollins and and Pedro talk about where he wanted to throw. Oh his pitch. He wanted you to think you could hit it. But he'd put it a half inch lower than you get in the barrel on and you'd ground out. He wasn't like I WANNA strike. Everybody everybody out now did strike a ton of people but okay so he did strike people but he said the best pitch for me is the one. That's Jimmy. Rollins said Mike Schmitz. It came to me and said open up your laptop. See that square that the screens on. That's you're hitting box. That's what you need to go up on the planet do not hit a ball. That's outside that box. And then Pedro would say. Drop down an inch underneath that hitting box. That's where I'm trying to throw you the ball so that you think it's in the box and it's not in the box and you're just gonNA grounded out and so that is what you're talking about execute you know. It's a fastball. Coming but guess what it's just a notch below you're hitting box and you're gonNA think you're GonNa get it but you won't get it 'cause it's coming common at such high speeds that is the gamesmanship and that's what we. I hope we get back to as far as it goes but I I mean your analysis of this is awesome and I agree with you. I think the MLB needs to make statement that like if anybody does us in the future you're gone for life so if you WANNA tempt those waters go for it. Yeah I mean that's GonNa play with fire you're you're gonNA get caught and I think that's the one thing that's really comes out of this. That's kind of great okay. Is that Major League. Baseball is constantly monitoring and trying trying to understand that people are gonNA try and she the game of baseball whether that was you know steroids or You know technology G or amphetamines. Whatever it is and they're always constantly being both proactive and trying to be reactive in the right way and rob Manfred is obviously was handled? Handed a daunting task of you. Know Two teams that won a world series that we're both doing this. Obviously with the same kind of culprits being involved and it's a hand that down and hold the integrity of the game of the highest standards is not easy. I do not envious position and I think that he's done and will continue to try and do a great job of of making sure that cheaters get caught and they get punished and punished severely. And these are these are some really really harsh penalties. Got Before we go to break and then we'll have you come back and do some quick hits with us I WanNa hear your way too early predictions for WHO's going to win the world series. WHO's WHO's coming out of the American league WHO's coming? I know this is like Ridi- anything can happen. Anything can change as we saw with the nationals. This year it's like it's like men and women. It's better better to be hot than good. I mean you can be historically good but if you're hot like the nationals watch out so who who do you think comes out in the National League and who comes out of the humanity Sir okay. Here's one they give you I. I'm going to say the New York Yankees are gonNA play. The Minnesota twins wins in the American League in the American League and the Yankees are going to win that because the Minnesota twins haven't figured out a way to be near. Wow okay so that's happening in the American American league no what what about what about the nationally in the National League. I'M GONNA say this might be a stab at San. Maybe the dodgers are going to play the my you know my heart rate now wants to cut through the courts of course live in Chicago. I won't I won't give current team and guys having bounced back years. I think that's a strong possibility. The Washington nationals. The team but to repeat without the anti rent is not gonna his stuff is GonNa get right. I am I say at the Atlanta Braves. Pick up somebody now that they've lost Josh Donaldson to go into the middle of that lineup. I see those two teams playing in the lcs all right and if they don't if they don't end the current cubs roster stays the same. I'm going to call the cubs dodgers for once again one analyst yes and do the dodgers get over the Hump and win it if they do. And it's a dodgers Yankees world series. Actually you think that'd be great for baseball. It really would. I mean because now you you have such story lines with the Brooklyn dodgers all that stuff. You have. So many great storylines that would that would be tremendous for the game of baseball on on a media conglomerate coast to coast stuff beat. La All that stuff. I mean to me the and and as you know we're cardinals fans through and through and I would love to see the cardinals. Carl's pick up Nolan Aeronautica. Yeah it'd be phenomenal however I think you you know if you're talking dodgers Yankees. I would love to see Kershaw. Get a ring. I mean that dude seems like in our know how much time you spent with him. Seems like the best ass guy ever and you know the best pitcher for ten years of our time I mean Colfax esque should have a ring. Yeah and and and the way. He's handled postseason failures Standing in his locker meeting them head on yet but the the right answers and the accountability. That's what you want out of a leader. He's been at ace of the pitching staff. They wouldn't beat all these world series in these different playoff games without him I I would. I would love for that too. I mean Clayton Kershaw's you know you're talking about a hall of fame pitcher but this guy's as good of a human being as you can possibly get topnotch and and to see him When world series would be cool all right Ryan dempster stick around? We're GONNA take a little break right now And when we come back we get some quick hits all in the world of football and I when I WANNA in a draw compare because there are some questions that I can answer having been in locker rooms and the idea and I'm going to try and draw the connection that the wide receiver in the NFL is like the closer in Major League Baseball. We'll talk about that. This is thousand dollar wedding off a great country album. Gram Parsons in the early Seventies. When we come Comeback More Ryan dempster on view the cheese? Stay with US woes.

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"dempster" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

03:33 min | 11 months ago

"dempster" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

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"dempster" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

10:32 min | 11 months ago

"dempster" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"Yeah that that's what I'm talking about. That's how we head into twenty twenty That's the living. Rumors boomers R. O. M. E. R. S.. I met the woman who's lead singer the band with Reggie Watts as we stood outside of a record store. That was an open that we all thought was going to be open phenomenon relieving Reggie's it's like oh you gotta check out our band and I was like what so my was with daisy. My daughter we driving around been to the next record. We're going to on our on our birthday of which I got you a record So I played it last night while I play Ping Pong real right credible so I was like just like I start playing this and this ticks. Six all the boxes for me. We'll talk about it because I might use it as one of the songs in the museum. Hope you guys enjoyed the music episode. You haven't if you're sort of off of podcasting for a few weeks. We dropped a music episode and character episode. That are back to back. I'd two of the best episodes we've ever done There's a music extended playlist if you a follow Mr j logic on On I tunes that you can follow Jazz. A master list of probably about twelve hours of music That you can jam to forever. So so just in Cri- I listened to it when I was over the break. I was in Florida visiting Amy Stepdad eighty or eighty eight year old grumpy and we rode our bikes up to a certain part of this island in and and took a boat ride and I listened to it on a boat. Instead of talking to your family it was so nice to avoid them So guys is lots of sports have happened. Sports have happened. I hope you had a good time watching bull season in the NFL playoffs and all this stuff and this humongous baseball cheating scandal that has continues to have ramifications continues to Carlos Beltran is now under the microscope and he may lose jobs over it. This is a huge deal. And we're GONNA talk about it today with a special guest. He's been on the show in the past. We did it live with him her sort of in person with him when we were in Chicago Ryan dempster figured we'd get a pitcher on to talk about what that that means and just break it all down with us and our the suspensions Helen's has been going on has have versions of this been happening. But what do we do. How do we handle this? How do we rectify police it? How does it affect stats? Who Does it affect in all this stuff? We'll talk about that with him when we get deep with him on that. Lots of news and talk about in the world of the NFL Antonio Brown throwing a bag of Dixit someone. Julian element jumping on cars Antonio Brown fighting Logan. Paul this is it o b j Haniya. They are cash. We're talking about all that stuff later and later in the show was moved from Liam Neeson. He is still lost in a costco. Let's talk about our top- subject of the day. which again I wanted it to be all about this cheating scandal however more sports more sports talk about the national championship happened this week? I know you watched it. Jay Joe Borough incredible like every time it look like Clemson was Kinda climate third quarter. Clemson was three points down. They came right back and doing a great job literally showing you why they have the sort the horses they have why they have the talent they have and and the coaching. And it is as great as can be. But it could not overcome Joe Borough Joe Bureau and that offensive scheme gene. Smoke a stogie. Joe Borough you are going to be and should be the number one pick in the NFL draft. You should be going to the Cincinnati Bengals who need a quarterback Andy Dalton the Andy Dalton the TCU redhead are gone. He's done as far as I'm concerned in terms of making a difference they need a franchise altering quarterback and I think better than the Sam Darnold of years. Past the jared. Goff's even like Joe Borough if I can make nick If I can make a connection to another sport like say basketball. And we haven't seen him play at. But Joe Borough is Ion Williamson. Joe Borough Borough is maybe Anthony. Davis is generations quarterback Ganor rational generational. Vesey's he was a backup at Ohio state. They wouldn't let them play. They didn't WanNA play them. He was wanted to go to Nebraska and transferred Nebraska. I just heard and Scott Frost the head coach Nebraska said Nah. I don't think we can put enough town around him to Oslo Tooting Nebraska. I think was six and seven. Yeah but you don't know what he would have been in that skinner no but he goes to the the right scheme but the kid game in and game out and the SEC. Where you're playing Georgia and Alabama and Mississippi State and all these Great Auburn or and you're beating these teams Laura? He was consistently the guy winning those games. There are moments where I I saw him. Take shot on a S- quarterback scramble out of bounce. I said I like that ends guys for the season right there. He popped back up. He's tough he makes all the throw. All the right decision makes all the right decisions. Just gutsy runs which he did in the end. He and the national champions game there was a game where he play or a play. where he he scrambled out of the pocket he was flush out the pocket ran on the side made? It looked like he was going to run any could have run for about five or six or seven yards. And that's what most quarterbacks would have done his receiver give him some credit to was about four yards away from at least todd of any just did a little flick and the thirty five yard thirty five years and a significant again play at a time when they needed it so he makes all the place at the right time. It's guy is showing so cincinnati should be thrilled but they're not thrilled. Bring out the graders ice cream and the more rudd Cumbrian Rian boathouse chips. Yup But but now there are rumblings that he will not that he may not sign with Cincinnati. And I WANNA go there and I think this this is showing sort of how you look at a guy like Colin Kaepernick. Any say okay. This is an owner's league. The owners make the decisions of the owners. Want to blackball you in any any way shape or form. You're going to create a certain scenario. Where you Michael Sam? You're not playing in the league because you have a boyfriend you because they'll say their locker room issues is meanwhile he'd probably be an an okay player in the league. Yeah he'd be okay but he's not. He's not ready Lewis. He's not you know what I mean. He's not Terrell suggs so they create a narrative for a guy in cloudy. And he's gone. He's out however I think. Things are shifting a little bit as you saw Lamar Jackson as a quarterback used is to be even just a couple of years ago they said. Yeah the dual threat quarterback from college can't make it in the NFL. And then you see a guy like Lamar Jackson who's just an athlete of extraordinary talent. And you're seeing systems start to fit and pam homes. They're fitting the the game to the player as opposed to saying. You're pro so now you gotta do things our way teams. Don't you think that has to do with the the new rules that protect quarterback mark. Yes but I also think that there is it is shifting like the. NBA Is. He's a players league if Kawhi Leonard wants to come to the clippers. Quiet Leonard's GONNA come to the Clippers if Lebron James wants to go to the lake. He's going. He wants to take his talents to Miami. He's going there and there's no owner there is no the only thing you can't do in the NBA is tweet something negative about China but the NFL was a different scenario. But I think it's changing now so what's going to happen to Joe Bro. You think he's going to sit out for a year I don't know he may just hold out as long as he can but there are talks that he is not going to want it and look John Elway did it. He famously didn't want to go play in where buffalo was. He didn't WanNa play in buffalo so he ended up making out to Denver like there. That was the John Elway. And so it's it's happened in the NFL in ways that fast but but what the thing that makes us a little different. It's a bummer. Because he needs the quarterback I think Joe Boroughs and Ohio Kid. Yeah okay. Why wouldn't he planned? Cincinnati the ownership of the Cincinnati bengals. This is where it reflects back owners remember there say they. They're saying though that they are not providing that team pudding in the play the pieces that can make that team successful and this kid does not wanna go and languish in a team in a team in a division where you have sort of the upstart I guess the upstart browns. You've got now Lamar Jackson ax in the Baltimore Ravens. WHO looked like they'll be good for years and years and years? They almost put it together this year but did steelers always good. Always tough you looking at that going. How are they gonNA break the bengals going to break through? It starts with Joe Borough. But he's now so what is he going to sit out for a year and not play football for year until he can go play for the team. He wants to I mean is that going to change the way high because he used to be like. You're going there. You're going to the bengals you'd go ahead job. Are you gotTa make this team better. It's on you to do that and he doesn't want to do that because he doesn't feel like they're going to put the pieces in place Kyla Murray went Arizona and he was good yup but they're still bad yet but like at least with them. There's a little bit of hope you saw flashes of what they could be in Clip Kingsbury. You can see what they could be but it's just fascinating to me that now player. We're seeing his offensive. Coordinator goes to Carolina to the panthers. That's probably where the guy wants to go to have their spend all this money to get brady the offensive coordinator who was there for a year. LSU AT LSU now. They got him like the day after the National Championship. I feel bad for what about what about Cam. Newton is he done. Uh Navy just the injury bait and so you want or you trade them. Yeah Cam Newton to the bengals first round. Pick there you go. Maybe that happens. What if that's the thing that happens? I don't know it's really interesting. It and maybe this shift and I think this is what we're coming to and this is what we're getting at. Maybe the shift does this. They've they're shifting to a different type of quarterback and maybe the NFL. Maybe I doubt it with people Jerry Jones and link maybe the NFL is starting to become a place like maybe well. Let's let me deal with the caveat. It's becoming a players league for players that can alter turn the narrative and when you start to see offense as being tailored around guys like Lamar Jackson Pat Mahomes. You're going to see that. Maybe it doesn't and look Derrick Henry. Derrick Henry is the reason in my opinion that the titans are where they are. Yes that guys like at some point plan Tennessee. I want to go to the gym. He's GonNa go the giants. That's the way it's GonNa go. Maybe exciting stuff. All Right Ryan dams are on the other side of this. We're going to dig into the Astros playoff scandal the ramifications this is no cars. Go off an EP eight by the arcade fire with scour this view from the cheap seats. Stay with us. Run.

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"dempster" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

14:01 min | 1 year ago

"dempster" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"Traveler talks about eight four hundred and fifty seven mile journey over unpaved roads from Dawson City Yukon to the shores of the Arctic Ocean as we ride ride the dempster highway welcome to the amateur traveler. I'm your host Chris Christopherson. Let's talk about this road in northern Canada. I'd like to welcome to the show. LISA FROM THE HEART FLASH PACKARD DOT COM. Who has come to talk to us about the dempster sir? Highway Lisa. Welcome to the show. And where is the dempster highway. Let's put it on the map here. First so in Canada it starts in Yukon on a little ways away from Dawson city and it goes north. Almost five hundred and fifty miles up through Yukon and and then Northwest Territories and the road eventually ends in town coiled took Toyota Tuck northwest territories which is right on the Arctic Ocean. The Buford see and I'm going to guess from the name of took Toyota Tuck. It is a predominantly indigenous people. Bull city that's just just a wild stab in the dark there. Okay excellent and why should someone drive arrive. We're talking about a road trip. In this particular case the dempster highway it actually can fly up to took direct tuck and in-invoke which is about ninety miles south south of took took but the whole fund was getting there on the drive so drive is quite scenic. There's some wildlife not a ton of wildlife we can maybe talk about that a little more later than yes. There's a few cities literally. I think there were only three cities by cities I mean towns. Sounds along this five hundred fifty mile road you are in the remotest of remote. I did not see cars sometimes for an hour. Sometimes sometimes I d five at zero. But it's just a really a way you can get away from crowds of tourism. See some really beautiful sites and get some culture as well as with the villages in the north in. I'm GonNa take a wild stab here that you did this in the summertime. Yes okay rather rather than this being an episode of Ice Road truckers or something so interesting enough that lasts ninety. Miles was just completed in two thousand seventeen to peeved or just. Oh no this this entire road. I'm talking about. This is five hundred fifty miles of gravel road. Oh my gosh but the last ninety actually wasn't completed until two thousand seventeen up until two thousand seventeen that lasts ninety randy miles between it's called Inuk and took was only a winter road on the ice road and that ice road along the Kenzi River and men into the Arctic Ocean and around the bend and into But in two thousand seventeen they made it a twelve month road so it would could. It'd be open year round because prior to that you really could only fly between those two places. and was that. Because they're opening it up to oil exploration operation or something like that correct okay so first of all. Why did you decide to do this? So I was driving to Alaska. That was my plan for the summer. And you got lost in not quite so. I live in the Seattle area kind of always bucket list list Alaska Alaska by land. Alaska up the I am your van. It's been a little over a year and a half ago. Oh and I've kind of taking trips of increasing distance away from here so my first trip I drove to the midwest than another one. I drove to California cornea in them. This time I was like well I'm GonNa Drive to Alaska and I tried to get as much time off work as I could so we agreed I was taking two months off off and so I started to think well what is going to be my route. I had seen there. Were two like I love paper maps so I was like to have a paper. Map SPENC- well. Where can I go and I saw these two roads that went up to the Arctic Ocean and I said that would be cool to go to the Arctic Ocean? I've actually never have been passed the Arctic Circle before In both of these roads went over the Arctic Circle. I'd actually only been a few miles from the Arctic circle before Iceland but I didn't cross take them more research the other highways called the Dalton highway and that's the one that is in Alaska that goes to prudhoe Bay and I kinda weighed the pros and cons of what I thought these two trips would be. I had I decided to do the dumpster. Okay let me and said I did it a little off schedule. I was planning to go up in July for a festival but it was really really smoky this summer so I got up the White Horse July tenth or though and it was just just smoke over and we changed my plans. I kind of went south and did like southern Alaska I really avoided voided the smoke and it was beautiful by the time I went up to. I did my trip around August tenth up the dumpster. Okay so not quite as long days as you head in July so I when I was there for the fourth of July it was like the third day that I stayed up late enough to actually see the sun go down yeah it completely dark at night but it was. The Sun obviously does set in August. So don't with the dempster hamster highway. Are there any options. Is there just one road one route. Yup that's it great won't tell us tell us more you're you're you're driving up the dempster highway. Where should we stop in? What should we do along the way? So I'M GONNA go from south to north description so the first major your place you're going to get is actually probably the most scenic area of the whole thing. It's I don't know how many miles and maybe eighty years one hundred miles in and it's called tombstone territorial park this isn't Yukon some super beautiful mountains and lakes and and there was already fall color in early August when her August tenth. You've got fall colors when you're that far north but yeah just gorgeous amazing. I've been looking on. Read it in the section. It's called Earth Porn. It's like beautiful pictures and there's a lot from that recently so not for me. The road started from Dawson City. It's maybe fifteen miles from Dawson city. is where you actually get onto the dumpster highway. And then you're you're turning off the Klondike highway onto the dumpster and it's gravel from Mile Zero. There was a gas ask station a card lock gas station right at the corner. And then that's grapple you cross a bridge and the ear on it so that tombstone is amazing and a lot of people spend a day or two there. There's some really great hikes in that Park. Do you have a favorite of the hikes in that park. I didn't get to do it. It was kind of like the weather was. It was a little off but I had the name of it. Oh I think it's like golden sides that's like the kind of if you have couple hours to hike it that they get something like golden sides. I'd say Okay and then did you want to say anything about Dawson before we go. Further North Dawson is kind of a fun town. I happen to be there. I actually spent time in Dawson after. I did the dumpster because there is a city festival going on discovery days. It's one of the holidays. A day isn't Yukon so lots of fun stuff going on but if you're going to Dawson you have to do diamond tooth thirties. It's the Cancan Dancers Answers and casino. One of the nights I was there. There was a guy with a great big beard sitting next to me and I said let me guess here a gold prospector. And he's like yes and he went on to tell me the story of his life. He's seventy three years old than he was telling me about his four marriages how he struck it rich multiple times in his life. Only to lose it. It was quite a story. You never know who you're gonNA meet in Diamond Tooth. Gertie in Dawson city. Well I have to ask did you touch the to- I did not do this hour to know. He went to explain through our listeners. What we're talking about? Yeah there's a bar where you can do shot where it literally has. I think a dead person's tell in a looker. You'd say Detach Toe. I understand that some of the toes now have been donated by people who are still alive but yeah uh yeah I did not. I chose not to people who've done that. And they say it's tradition. It's mandatory and I'm thinking like you know no thanks. I don't do that yet now. Actually do donate their toes but originally it was. There's a story behind why they ended up with this. This cocktail I think it does go back to the Yukon gold rush days or at least. That's the story that they tell you there but yeah somebody did could swallow the toast. So now there's a penalty if you do swallow the to understand. I can't imagine I can imagine because I saw a lot of people will be and I think that is a lot of the tradition in Dawson city. Back when this was the Yukon Gold Rush. It was a little bit of a while town at that time. Yeah excellent so you were at us up to stereo to`real park and we're heading north from there so from there you're heading north. There is not a lot for the next the big section. It's their scenic points. There's a viewpoint of the old ogilvy Peel rivers and and then you get to Eagle plains. Which is the first gas station? And that is something like two hundred and it's almost half of the way. Well we should talk about the what kind of attorney in your driving through here. We we mentioned the gravel road here. But you mentioned planes but this first part here are you were not in planes. Yeah so the first part is kinda mountainous. But you're kind of going up and over a couple like lower passes through the don't stones which look fairly jagged and new then there's a lot of kind of rolling hills and then a little bit of planes. You really get to cleans once you start getting up to like the McKenzie River so okay letting you go north a little bit further now so. There's another place in Uganda witches the crossing. I seen of the Arctic Circle. So there's actually a sign post there at the Arctic Circle and a very nice view from that spot a lot of people actually just drive up to Latte and then go back. They don't go all the way to the end. I actually probably half the people. I met at Eagle Plains when I'd just be Chit chatting with people at the viewpoints in this this about the. They said they were just going to the Arctic circle will in. Are you driving above the tree line already by that point. Yeah there aren't a lot of trees his by the Arctic Circle Okay. There are some but not a lot because I know down by white horse. You still have trees. I haven't been to Dawson winter. You feeling like you're really in the Arctic and the Tundra. Yeah okay so well. The north of the Arctic Circle you go cross. The there's the border at Yukon Northwest Territories that are probably the highest pass on the world trip. In fact there was snow there on August or the I guess it would have been about eleven to one across is there. That's one of the higher passes and then you're going down to these rivers so there are two rivers neither of them have a bridge they actually are fairies. He is by ferry. You Cross these two rivers. Now you're in the Northwest Territories and there's bad as pretty flat so it's a lot flatter letter from this point from these rivers to the end and you see these two rivers. I'm seeing the McKenzie in the right ballpark. Yes the peel in the Mackenzie it can. There's a lot of tree is still in the spot. So you're really not kind of north of the tree line until you get north of INA book which that's about the last ninety miles. Oh interesting the income mostly grassland. There were actually quite a few berries up there in August that were ripe called cloud berries. Yeah it's it's a Lotta Scrub up that last ninety miles or so. Well once you get to this area it's very wet from what I'm seeing. Is there a time to avoid. Loyd is there a black fly season or a time when the mosquitoes are not as bad or I totally lucked out the summer. Okay with mosquitoes and everything thing so I did not encounter. This is pretty crazy. I mean two months going LASCA. It was only buggy like around July fourth week. Okay the rest of July and August was relatively bug free so I did not have them but they had a very dry June soon and that's why there were fires in July and August so something about that dry June meant there were not bugs but I understand. Bugs can be very you bad. I've seen some youtube videos of people that have gone up the Dolphin for example in the Mosquitos look like hummingbirds then so many..

"dempster" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"dempster" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Dempster has gas for two ninety nine a gallon if you see a low gas price please give us a call at three one two four zero nine G. A. S. S. that's three one two four zero nine four two seven seven WBBM news time eight thirty eight together on the eight years trying to Ericsson most of the slowdown as you're going to find is due to overnight construction getting set up but you won't find any of that on the evils it's a nineteen minute ride between the cook in the Kennedy junction no delays either side the up on side of the Kennedy I'll take you seventeen minutes ago tomatoes in twenty seven to o'hare heavy up to division about side from Armitage into the burning or change your bit slow in thirty three minutes here downtown twenty but it's the instruction outbound Eisenhower good twenty nine minutes just easy right out of three ninety back in thirty five but it's related to downtown twenty two but it's from behind so from David to the bird interchange no problems on your Stevens our fifty five of band Ryan out is slow from fifty nine to the sky way then you're okay twenty minutes to get to that effect eighteen back in fifty seven a division for remain clear southbound lake shore drive oak tree Kirby Chicago slow the north bound from navy pier Chicago Avenue south bound tristate in north bound really both directions over the mile long bridge fines and tightening there because of road work in the right and left lanes respectively we've got the Adams will be well either direction so is the Ronald Reagan and southbound on veterans of scenes in the late eighty eight to Ogden with real work take out the two left lanes also overnight construction and will be wrapped up by six tomorrow morning north bounds moving well fifty three three ninety by eighty looking good and delay free in northwest Indiana moving right through if you do see something out there we would love to hear from you on the art fan traffic tip line it's eight five five seven eighty road traffic and weather together on the aids every ten minutes on news radio seven eighty and one of five point nine FM WBBM accu weather clear tonight lows ranging from fifty.

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UNSW Sydney engineers want to mine water on the moon

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

10:21 min | 1 year ago

UNSW Sydney engineers want to mine water on the moon

"New ustralian project underway to mine. Water on the moon for conversion into rocket fuel. It'll stems because one of the biggest problems with spaceflight at least chemically powered space lot. Like, we use here on earth is the cost of transporting the few needed for the journey. So wouldn't it be great? If you any knitted enough, you'll to get you there and then fill up again for the return journey and that fuel would be plain old water or the most common molecules in the universe. And there's plenty of it on the moon frozen. His eyes on the permanently shadowed flows of polar impact craters which never exposed to Rick. Sunlight what a molecules of also that ticket in the thin lays of gas flooding just above the lunar surface. Of course, water in the chemically related hydroxyl group can also exist in forms out of the normal water molecules by being chemically bound as hydrates hydroxides Telent minerals, and this strong evidence suggesting that low concentrations of these hydrates hydroxides cover much of the Luna. Surface finding water in the moon's important firstly astronauts can drink it that can break down to oxygen and hydrogen use the oxygen for breathing. And of course, the oxygen and hydrogen constituents are also the ingredients of rocket fuel making rocket fuel out of water on the moon would significantly cut down the cost of carrying out space missions now professor Andrew Dempster and colleagues from the university of New South Wales. I looking at the commercial viability of mining water on the moon to produce that rocket fuel Dempster believes a strategy is uniquely placed the covets out a niche in the global space industry by exploiting its position of strength in mining expertise to office mining. He says Austrailia hasn't natural advantage. It already has the world's best mining research technology in automation, tools, and the planet's largest mining companies the major deterred for industry involvement is being the lack of understanding of the commercial viability associated with this type of project, and of course, the besieged investment risk profile of mining Dempster and colleagues. Want to create the engineering machinery mining methods energy resources and communications required to make such operations viable. Hey says while commercial mining operations of the moon still decades way given sufficient funding his team could be just five to ten years away from politics a water mining proof of concept operation on the lunar surface any settlement that happens on the moon would need waterfall source of purposes, if people that would consume it fuel growing plants, you grow them, but most of the applications we looking at for water, the moon would be before settlement happens. And so most of this would just be purely robotic exercise so things like if you can produce the water you can separate it out into hydrogen oxygen. You can then use it as fuel. So you could input that rocket fuel in orbit around the moon or or run the summed. And so if you only way MAs you could refuel away, you know, the reason why that's interesting is or sensible is that it costs limit about ten thousand dollars peculiar to get something into Lewis ov-, it if you. Can create your water. Listen ten thousand dollars a kilogram. You've got a business sorta to do this. I guess they're very side as I gonna melt the water in situ, are you going to extract it as rock rock as regular minds would or are you looking at extracted out of the brick here on the moon liquid? It doesn't exist. There's not enough pressure. Only sort of two types of what do exist as a solid on spending. It will if you hate it out. It would immediately become guests. It will sublime drinking against solely because of lack of Prussia. So what you need to be able to do is not only to heat the ons, but you need to be able to capture and stored in personalized why tunes into a liquid all sorts of technologies that are around try and do this one of them's of build say bubble of the top of the the regular, which is the the soil, and you could apply to it. And you can expect a water in that way. And then gathered together into a container pressurize it separated into the Hudson oxygen the technologies being looked at to achieve. This they being experimented with. Now. You more interested in this. Or are you more interested in the actual robotic the autonomous vehicles that will be doing the extraction? And then processing we'll we have reward Ryan interests. We have students looking at the of this issue. How you might to environmental impact statement. How you as you come up with business cases, and you can close them which mining message. What used to extract to to get the rock into a state where you can convert the the water admission does on how you look at the whole mission where you the resources where you'd want to land. How you power the robots so run across the range of research, topics. We'd looking at or base things basics already looking at missions to examine the feasability of mining at the Luna south pole is this something you want to get on board with or you guys looking at it totally independent approach we hoping to with whatever Papa so whoever would love to wick with their various companies seventy nine them, but some of the lodge inch. National spice companies have very strong interesting strategy at the moment, probably because we sit up out spice agency last year. But also just because the spice industry Hughes growing very rapidly. Regardless of anything to do with the agency we've gone from having to spice startup companies five years ago, having one hundred now it's a really exciting place to be looking at spice, and that's tracking bit of interest. For somebody's international palms. Visit logic to examining mining as in each four spell you. We have the largest mining companies advice team who pays in Rio Tinto's of this world. We have the best mining researches in the world Hugh money engine eating, and we have the strongest mine or am I shouldn't. So those months up in north western strategy with around people in the minds. Leaping up ready for number of years now and successful with automated trains to and they like fifty thousand Tom transit the little things. No, none. But to some extent the the degree of automation of those months at the moon. And is not enough to spice. So by that. I mean, there's still a favorite of communication between a mind and the the headquarters and one of the things that I'm personally quite interested in is the trade off between much communication bend. We'd see need and how tournaments the robots have to be much decision making that can do by themselves without having an intervention from the headquarters. So I think there's a lot of little research to be done there as well. And you really can pay Monte on a to extraterrestrial mining considering the distances the different sorts of environments and especially on the moon with dust play such an important role, the capacities probably more straightforward than you might think the stages that you go through what mining engineers coal exploration. And what Lyman would call like people would go prospecting like would prospecting. But when you talk about exploration and spice that means something else. So we need to come up with some language consisted. But that stays the prospecting style. Edge, the feasibility stage than his mining this transport, and this delivery to a customer a lot of that. Brian Wook exists ready for mines and a lot of the big money companies would understand how you about putting together an argument for for or how you structure it that we are not though talking about driving with trucks with ties twice the height of the person, and I sort of things it would be quite different mechanics, but at the high level, it looks very similar at the low level looks quite different. When you talk about the dust on the moon, bigger problem. That's absolutely the case very haunting reliable Queant l'agence is one of the things that is very important the Trishul money even moso in spice because you can't seem to post a long to go and and fix your robot for you. But when I talk about mining in a very remote place, like the moon, the challenges quite similar to for instance, moaning in the deep sea in the deep oceans, so because again, it has to be very remote, disagree of autonomy era environmental challenges. Is that different challenges? But it's it's still the same general problem. So I think we've got a lot of people working on some of those problems already. And I think if we were to start looking at money and spice, we could then be learning lessons that we could apply on the United States already looking at a success to the national space station in the form of and you space station, which would be one of the Legrand's positions between the earth and the moon. So it'll always sort of remain the opening the middle sort of always remain that position. And that would be a jump off point for regular excursions explorations, prospecting, whatever you wanna call it to the lunar surface. I believe that's why some of the first mining techniques of an extraterrestrial nature gonna be let it in practice yet. Yeah. Wasn't gonna mention on the grounds point to that point on that. That's actually according more like to deliver the fuels to those those points. And yes, we getting quite a lot of interest in the US ninety nine potholes than they would like to deliver payloads onto the Luda surface. Europe has been very active in their moon village China as landed in arrive Rome fossil. So there's there's a lot of intimacy interest in authentic. We have being too out there to be joining in on what time line is is they won. Or is that in terms of developing the technology, which obviously you got to be doing here on us is there at Tom line for that. Or is that too early in the process to to look at things, I think in terms of polio relation commercial operation between talking dick by the need putting in of proving the technologies to make that possible. I think missions can be put together now to start doing that part of what we're interested in stubby was really only examining technologies that apart of a close business. So if you say, this is entirely commercially useful, this technology, then we'll study that one example was we had a student who has growth Jet Propulsion Laboratory, we've had students have placements over the as part of this program. And it was listening at a MAs settlement. And one of these early findings was if. We used this particular technology, and they were forty people in settlement thirty six of them would have to be writing this. And so clearly that's feasible, and those are the sorts of things you wanna knock on the head before you start testing them on on the surface. If they never going to be useful. So a lot of work has to be done the head of time to make sure that what you're doing is going to be useful in the long run. That's professor Andrew Dempster from the university of New South

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"dempster" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"dempster" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"He was the guy and not only that he would go into the manager's office and say, hey, are changed my rotation so that I can face the Yankees. This time this time you've always wanted the best. He always put me up hitters. Perfect games, no hitters. I playoff start in Cincinnati. Everything he's done. He's yet. He deserves to be in the whole thing. I love it did, oh man, you deserve to be in this podcast. The show is at the Vic theater here in Chicago on August twenty. Fifth, August, twenty fifth. So this will drop for you just so you know, it will drop next Friday. So you've got a couple of weeks to get tickets. I would advise all of our our Chicago fans get your tickets now because I think this is going to sell out. So that was our conversation with Dempster as much of it as we could save. And definitely if you're in Chicago, go see his show at the Vic theater. It's going to be a great show. He's funny. I mean, what I love about him is and this isn't always true with athletes is that they aren't able to step out of the game itself and have a personality awareness. And again, I'm sorry that was lost so much of that interview as laws. But you know what friend of the show having come to become do live one. If we go back to Chicago, the Austin, this spring, we'll get into all that stuff. Then when we come back a voicemail from another great Chicago Louviere baseball, luminary Ed. So this is. Top. This is too close. Next, we have the Sklar brothers statements. Hey, guys, welcome back to the cheap seats has promised. We got a voicemail from Ozzie who always comes in with such a great positive attitude, and then there's something lying underneath it. Check

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"dempster" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"dempster" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"Now I remember just you walk out of the freezing cold basement because air conditioning would be blast on it. Saint Louis. It's like a hundred degrees and like ninety three, I sitting on your humidity. You're going side, you play some is Pac man because they had missed pacman machine. You come outside and what is playing underneath the deck for everyone to hear cardinals baseball and you listen to it. It is the soundtrack of our summer covers the whole afternoon long and slow in like we were saying, there are moments where the no one's talking, and it's just you're hearing the beer vendors and whatnot now, and this bothers me so much every inch of real estate on a radio broadcast is sold. So like they're reading ads for things and I understand it's a business. You want to make money and all that other stuff. But I feel like that's taken away from your ability to just relax and enjoy like their pitches that are happening because the reading the ad, they have to tell you what like you hear it hit off the bat, and then you have to wait for the ad to finish for like Saint Luke's children's hospitals, having this thing coming up and you hear that and then like foul ball that you don't even know what happened to me. I, I was loved the radio describing it because the radio guys really painted the picture so beautifully. It just bums me out that it's no longer. Crawling as it could be well in like, I'm the same way I prefer not that I don't love Lennon Jin, Jim and listening to the cubs games on TV or watching them. But there's something about Pat Hughes in the Mike Shannon's in different different people when Harry, because again, sorry that just cut out. But what we were talking about again was the beauty of listening to baseball on the radio. I talk about listening to it while I have my kids have lemonade stand. I want baseball to be a soundtrack for their summers at like it was for us. And in a way you know, we I, I want them to cut down on the on the advertising, so we can hear the sounds of the ballpark. There's something about listening to baseball on the radio and actually hearing the ebbs and flows of the conversation. He was saying at the end about how Harry Carey was that special person. That's why we loved him so much. I ever here's a kid in a sombrero. Thank you, John Cabanera. Alright again, I can't get enough this album history. God's favorite customer. John father, John father, misty John other Missy father, John misty. We come back the second half or the second chunk of the interview with Ryan Dempster in Chicago check. Anyone can. All right, Jay. I got a question for you. I want percentage wise. What percentage of men lose their hair by age? Thirty five. I don't know, but I'm gonna soom it's more than I think. What do you think? Thirty eight percent sixty six percent cheese. We are two of them. Yeah, thing is when you start to notice that your hair loss, it's too late. So actually wrong. I it's easier to keep the hair that you have to replace the hair that you've lost. That's right. I just ask out there to people who are listening to the show is your hairline slowly moving backwards and I'm talking to you LeBron to halo brand or their bald spots yet. Do you feel like you know, this is the year to maybe take care of that thing? This is that we got away few. You want to Baltimore pop over. Do you want to do something about it? I do you want a hairline to receive or do you want to do something about it? I guys why turned a weird solutions as well.

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"dempster" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"dempster" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"Like if I walked into Vegas and there was any kind of poker game or a chance to win. I'm in like, I'm not gonna sit behind people in wait for the one seat to open at the seventy four percent chance. Yeah, I still I'm going to sit at the seventy two percent, and it also doesn't take into account the. Kind of the huge variable, which is how you're feeling that day the human factor, what he what are you do? Where are you able to locate your pitches that day in a way that maybe you couldn't last time you went through this line or just even the human factor? What if I had a fight with my girlfriend last night, right, you know, and I'm just not right today or what? If what, if somebody homes feeling sick, right in sleeper or if I feel great and normally I have bad numbers off. This guy in the ball looks like pineapple to me or watermelon or beach ball, whatever it ends up being, you know, some days it looks like a tic TAC, and some days it looks like you know, a gigantic softball, so unbelievable. Let's take a break. Yes. So we come back have a few more couple issues and things we're gonna talk about that are happening in base by dempster's or this follow on Twitter. Are you on Twitter at Dempster? Forty, six at temps or Forty-six Instagram. You on on Instagram? Okay. You can also follow me at at off the mound on Twitter at awesome out on Twitter, follow him in how what's your story in terms of more MLB net stuff? Are you still do MLB. At work, and then I actually am doing a show August twenty. Fifth of the Vic theater, are you really? I'm doing the off the mound doing like a late night. Talk show with celebrity guests next action, current major league baseball players, and we're just gonna share stories and laughs, and okay. If you like this, you will and I know you're in the Chicago area, get tickets now that will sell out. We want to mention that we're going to be in Petaluma at the pedal Lama comedy festival on August six seventy August seventeenth. We're going to do live version of other podcasts dump people town. And then we were going to do stand a stand for an hour at the mystic theater, which is awesome. So get your tickets for that. If you're in the San Francisco area, we're sitting here with Ryan Dempster. It is always fun to talk to someone who played the game, played it on the highest level had success on the highest level. Does it bother you that you're one? Thirty two and one thirty three overall almost as much as being an ninety nine career. One point one was sacked bunt one like one like, what's the win that you're like. I can't believe they. I should have won that. Had that win, put a turn or you had like you left a runner on first and then someone let it in. Oh lots tons of time. What I look at, I break it down to ways to justify it to myself. You said you winning career at in for the cubs as a starting pitcher. I was a winning pitcher. They go when you as a closer. I had a below winning rookie. All right, fine. You're going to closers who what closer does have a great wrec even the best closers are usually like one, four with forty. Six saves. Two and nine. I was a rough year that's really going to skew my my overall nine is gonna screw the over that that's the year. And if I can have one win back, it was against the dodgers at Wrigley field because it was against Ted Lilly after he got traded over there and he was my good buddy and I probably wanted that win so bad that I didn't get the win that's appetite when you want it too much. Yeah. You're not really playing yourself loose. Go ahead. So we were talking before and we almost got into this with you before about listening to the cardinals listening to our, our own broadcast were away. Thanks to serious rate. A you can do that. We live in LA. We had a whole take on this show a couple of weeks ago back about how it was such a nice and sprawling afternoon. Like anytime we'd be, we had a pool, two doors down our friends. The Wallace has had a pool and they would have the Labor Day the Memorial Day, the fourth of July, and they would just have people over the parties..

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"dempster" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"dempster" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"So good. So good weeping. Whitney. I just saw alive at the Greek gator open up for the December saturday'll young on the covering. Now, this is just you and me a law. So so let's. Talk to those guys about coming on the podcast and they will will when they're here, we have the Scarborough this. This is viewed from the cheap seats. We have a very interesting especially episode when we were in Chicago. We sat down with cubs, great, Ryan, Dempster. He is beloved. Their pitcher pitch for the cubs had his best season for the cubs, two thousand eight, seventeen, and six, seventeen and six. He's just a loved guy, and we sat down with him for a whole afternoon. Unfortunately, some of the audio. Got garbled. And when we recorded on a on a device, that was it just didn't have the right batteries and stuff. You never know that it looked like it was recording, but we lost some of the audio, but we were able to save giant chunks of it. So we're going to present that angst, Brandon. Our sound guy who did a fantastic job getting software to dig it out. So what we wanted to do was bring you parts of it because the conversation was so fascinating, even thirty minutes of it is was is worth it. And so because it's rare that you get to sit down with a guy who was who's. Been there who's been in the major leagues who was a part of the cubs organization. And since he recorded that he did his first color commentary on a cubs broadcast, and he was fantastic. We talk about the broadcasting and what we liked about it in the old days, versity it. So he's got a very unique perspective on it. So what we'd like to do right now, I know this is a bit on orthodox, but and we apologize initially for the fact that things cut out and whatnot. But we would like to present to you the two half this to have the two chunks of this interview. We're able to dig out. We'll take a break after the first chunk and then we'll give you the second chunk. And then at the end of the show, Eva voicemail from Ozzie Guillen. Yes. So baseball just setting up what we were talking about. We were talking about fundamentals in baseball with Ryan Dempster. The other voice you hear, that's not ours is his, and so there's no introduction, but the fundamentals specifically bunting why bunting is something of the past like today in this in the game that we see today, we've seen like cardinals games where you get guys on first second and you don't want him over. We're like, why not? And even for guys who are struggling at hit the deck. Stir follower, wouldn't you wanna actually watch e the ball, hit the bat, all the way in it. It's a psychological thing to be able to make contact with the ball even for a simple bunch. So check it out. That's the part of the discussion that you we come upon and we present that to you now down even further. Also the bunt is you watching the ball, go all the way to the bat and deadening down which for whatever attacked you're making contact it. Just again, it's like I wish more was put on that and that sort of fundamental aspect of of the game. I'm right with you on riverside. I, I always believed in that there's tons of things you can do during a game. How about when the infield plan back Jesse? Barfield was a hitting coordinator ahead at a very young age and I wasn't a hitter, but speaking to all the hitters and he said, hey, guys, your average looks like a stock market goes up and down all year, but you're RBI's. All they do is just climb go down anyway..

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Today's top celebrity birthdays list (April 25, 2018)

WLOB's Morning News with Ray Richardson

02:48 min | 2 years ago

Today's top celebrity birthdays list (April 25, 2018)

"Dotcom debbie davis david jones state representative rich sieber and j j jeffrey with celebrity birthdays and our first one is in i believe she was on american idol ray kelly clarkson we're talking about her first american rich kelly clarkson kelly clarkson gotta be she was on there like fifteen years ago she was the first one the first one i'd say thirty four thirty six thirty seven but one bound for you a you got it three six thirty six kelly clarkson and ray one of your favorite people of all time babs streisand celebrates her birthday today about a rich got to be seventy five seventy seven i think it's a good guess i'm going seventy five as well seventysix pulled one dollar for the dempster nice clothes roll right around the book let's hear it this guy i don't know if it's a hero she jordan is the is the person's name jordan fisher tv actor and do we know who he is or she is or okay well let's take a while guests and moving fast forty one twenty six thirty thirty five okay good he's twenty four or she is twenty four chipper jones baseball player i believe for the braves hall of fame baseball hall of fame right fifty forty nine let's see probably forty three forty five almost forty six forty six chipper jones let's hear it okay and i believe this lady has a famous brother well she's as famous as he is shirley maclaine and i think her brother is warren beatty okay hey shirley maclaine up there barbara streisand was seventyfive she's got to be eighty five i'd say seventy seven i go with rich eighty five eighty four put one down for damn again let's go wow wow eighty four years old one of the hallmark christmas movies oh yes that's right she was all right now i need the name rich the years eighteen eighty five american sharp shooter is hired by a guy to be part of the buffalo bills wild west what's the name of that sharp shooter that would be any oakley at danny o'kelly i concur i agree if you serve annie oakley you got it you nailed.

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