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"dr six" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Steve austin now online. We gotta tied into the right here. Motion from the nearside pass right across untouched. Number eighty one will grab that right behind the linebackers. That's our little. Slant route travis neal on the reception for the braves. He got loose right over the middle that plays been there for mount zion especially go line. I think what we've seen here just in this last drive. Certainly coming out of the half is mount. Zion knows where they can start to pick us. They're starting to see. I think that would play in a little too close. Let's hope that the bulldogs can recover from this. Yeah let's hope they can make some adjustments makes plays. It's still a long way to go in this game. Mount zion nineteen hundred twenty one for the two girls for to try titus game up adams alone back with his brother senior and sophomore. There's a snap the younger across the middle again in. It is for the two point conversion. We've got a ballgame dan. it's a great cats great catch good coverage they dismayed apply. They ran the same play to the opposite side of the field. This time really good really good coverage for our bulldogs. they just. They made a good play. That was taryn petty. I believe on reception for the two point conversion that ties it up. Twenty one off this year firefighters. Like the fire chief. James hall will battle wildfires around the country in hopes of containing them but firefighters can't do it alone. A single ember. That escapes from welfare can travel more than a mile or it can ignite and destroy your home and community get fire adapted learn simple steps. You can take now to reduce wildfire damage later at fire adapted dot org a public service message brought to you by the us far service and the ad council learn more at fire adapted dot org. So who's going to do what flashlights. Nowhere to be found. Emergency supply kits not packed. What about blankets. 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If i picked up some candy on the way out your share anyone now point twenty one twenty one. We've got us a ballgame. No matter which way it goes. This is exactly what you did wanna see. You didn't wanna see a blow out a surly neither way although we would have taken if it was the yeah i would beg different chat. Think blow out pal. It is good football. It's good apollo conference football to good teams going at it. We need these kinds of tests. If we're going to make any kind of playoff run. This is a good test for our team. We need games like this. They make you better as the season goes on. So here we go. It's a short kick. Well done by bulldogs to cover that baby out. That was mitchell gallia. That covered that up. That was a tough tough play for in. May he's done that every time they've kicked off and i think they know they do not want to dream team in the back now. Now they don't want dream and on the ball or quentin rajwar quinton rogers so pretty good field position. We'll take it on the forty. Yeah start this dr. six minutes. Eight seconds left in the third quarter. Twenty one twenty one bulldog up. I ten regular a regular guys are out. There now comes. Bomb johnson in the backfield dreams. Two are close side here. Hand off to johnson. He cuts back. He gets across the forty five and taken down right there at the forty six and a half approaching midfield which is still the fifty yard line and not the fifty one one. Well i got a text chat half. Oh and i think i feel like we should probably honor this request. Yeah there should be a fifty one yard line in honor of dick butkus. I mean we are in illinois and we're close campaign so i'm gonna just keep calling fifty want i don't care what he's Well i think the challenge. There's which side you call the fifty one. Yeah you get two of them. Here's that bubble screen to the far side. Got a little room. It'll be good enough for a first down as quinn rogers on the catch who come out to about the forty four yard line of mount zion muhammad marching this down a little easier than the last couple of possessions. Mccue got that bubble screen and took it for a first down. He blew right past fifty one yard line. There's a snap to bomb handoff johnson. He's comes around to the forty five. Got a little bit of room out to the forty breaks a tackle bricks and other one got more room and he's out to the thirty two yard line doing work work or sophomore running back. He's keep spinning reels and breaking tackles. It's a good good hard. Run our workhorse. Well thought material was of course. They're all words. Isis okay well bulldogs. I ten dogs. I like when maximum comb does that. He's a pa amounts. It always gets everybody the pump fake he. Lets go wide five yard line. He's caught by not take it. They'll markham right up to one or two yard. Line was wide open wide open coverage nolan near house and one of them senior guys steps up makes a huge play takes advantage of broken covers. Almost scored it. I think we've got a player down near the goal. Line for mount zion. Twenty seven something like that. You're is better than mine. We can't quite tell. Looks like number fours over there. Zach gerard is tending to twenty one. That's taran petty. And he's gonna take this playoff. He's shaken out. His helmet came off. So he's he's got to anyway. You got by really gotta take one playoff and charon petty. He's been we've been announced his name on the other side of the ball quite a bit and he made a big defensive.
"dr six" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Spin yeah and i think the big venture cannon right now. Honestly if you're looking at you know the tech behind it. I think sony still has it still has can beat but cannon did the right thing. They took a forever to come out with a mere list body but when they did the came out with a lineup of glass in they've just kept improving in that canon glasses. Just man that the canon rif line. It is at sometimes. I'm thinking a little too sharp. That's unclear that stuff it's like. Wow that was I got my hands on. Dr six are five and also to see seventy. There's cinema camera. That's using the rf now and so. I'm playing around with the c seventy. Just shoot in some random footage of my boys as part of my testing or whatever in a put it into resolve premier in every single time i had to dial back sharpness because it just it. It just looked ridiculously sharp. It's really hitting the uncanny valley of sharper than film in a lot of cases in mind once that film looks he can. Yeah i wanted. I wanted a little bit of blur. Now don't get me wrong. I'm a bit of an oddball. i'm not the biggest fan of twenty four francs for second. I much rather see twenty nine nine seven. Yeah but this was like oh wait a minute and looking at a soap opera so so i had a dollar back and figured out it was. It's definitely the rif glass. Because i had some e f glass from cannon it had the adapter in no not even close it. It's it's kind of kind of ridiculous. I just recently picked up some new glass. From i five and i was taking pictures of downtown nashville at night with a fifteen to thirty five are and it was it was really uncanny like i felt Almost sucked me into the picture. That's not an attribute of my photography skills that was that's just the systems that they're going and when you look at you know like if you're trying to autofocus sony will not let you down canon of found still a little wishy washy just a just a hair behind this owners that have seen the pictures. We nail it. It it just comes out comes to life is just amazing. And i don't. I don't even know where they go from here. Like that's what was scary is like it can get better start wondering. I don't know if i wanted to get in right editor. In some some instances exam that autofocus. You touched on that in that that. That's something that still sticks out to me in my head is the way sony's autofocus performances just ridiculous from catching onto the eye of your subject where this an animal or a person it really does it. Quick cannon does it too but is not not quite as quick. I found it interesting. That with the c seventy the cinema camera it was worse off on autofocus versus to our five When it comes to shooting video it's the larger body has got a little more more processing power but it's got more room to is got more processing power but it's on a super thirty five censor So you got a whole different depth of field to deal with in that crop factor to deal with but it it still bug me a little bit because i was used to the way things would lock on with other murless bodies in every now did i missed the shot. You know not just had to learn how to sort of preplanned it. Because i knew is gonna take it just a breath longer star five. And that's what i found the ozark. That's why i could never quite get into that so much. I try and go from the eighty. Two are became my my stills camera like just you know shooting things around the house or taking it out to doing portraiture whereas i stayed with. Ad for my sports photography for shooting my kid's soccer games and things like that because it just seemed a slight lag are five completely removed all that to talk about an old faithful old reliable camera that add. That's how old is that thing. You could still get some work done with it especially for an abc censor. Yeah really just went up to that from t. one i from the from you know. I didn't realize how bad my glass was until they got that. New cameron wait. This is four generations newer processor and everything is completely different so for the average consumer doing from your phone dedicated camera body. There are some significant changes as you go up the price scale as you're getting up into these hiring cameras they start touting the video capabilities. How important is it to have a dedicated video camera or is buying the next higher up of still camera for its video capability the way to go. Where do you fall in that spectrum. That depends on the artists. You have content creators such as myself. I people look me up in in assume that i'm a photographer. I never ever claimed that. I am openly saying that. I am a digital content creator. I will shoot photos. I will shoot video. I will right There are people that are dedicated photographers. That's what they do. There are people that are dedicated. Videography says what they do. So i say it depends on artist far as what you invest in because again it goes back to that whole you want dallas store hammer. Do you want to get something a little bit nicer from home depot. You know right for me. I like having hybrid opportunities but at the same time. I've gotten to the position where i can spend a little more money on things that are just doing a dedicated job in on my my canonization dedicated shooter for portraiture But then when. I'm getting ready to do my show. I completely went overkill on my black magic pockets. Emma six cave camera right. You know is total overkill. But i could still use that if i want to go work on a video project because i want to do more short films here. I've decided i want to do that. Moore's hobby from time to time outside of doing a project. Cuban there But if i have a project come up for sale like the local pizza shopper local coffee shop or whatever they wanna do some social media stuff. I'm gonna pull that that cinema camera Because that's the best tool for the job but if someone is is a fairly hybrid person definitely stick to the hybrid line because they are doing fairly well. On both sides of the spectrum again cannons are six is gonna give you great photo in great video period Sony with the a seven or four going.
"dr six" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show
"Borough. It's a great pleasure to have you here on the show today before we get back into talking about your work in the prisons I noticed in your bio that you were from western louisiana vernon parish to be exact Near leesville louisiana. I when i lived in houston back in the early eighties. I would take out a leave out of houston in the morning. Drive over to beaumont lake charles and once or twice i drove right up the sabine river on the louisiana side Just straight north. In going up you know in looking at the little towns in louisiana. That's a part of louisiana. You don't hear about very much far. Western a lotta pines timber operations Paper mills and things of that nature all up through there but it was an interesting little area not at all like new orleans or the cajun areas at all. It's much different right right. Defining would and that's kind of discount. A lot of folks and fanny would timber a lot of industry this country. It's a little bit like east texas. The part of east texas. That's closest to the louisiana border You got some big lakes up there. You got to lead a band. sam rayburn. That's moreover in texas toledo been splits. The line between louisiana and texas Good bass lakes You get farther north Caddo lake Well i think that that's kind of in. Both you get up toward shreveport. I always enjoyed that area. I thought it was nice. And like you saying it's really back in the country you know it. Kinda primitive land because the mississippi louisiana purchase with the land ryan by the mississippi river was estaban river was the border of taxes and so calculated river drying atlanta that with a real true land in early ages early time of our country so they would park is is boating lake charles and the portuguese there would get off the ship in the boat and so that kind of they would marry the india and so counter culture of the people little bit. It's still bit different. Also people don't realize this. There was some dutch influence in western louisiana. You have the little town of wally. I think there's one called dewitt And people don't realize that there was a dutch influence in western louisiana sharia so nature of german influence a lot of germany and thoughts to right. It's fascinating those kinds of things are so fascinating to me. So tell me you talked a little bit about Your what we've been doing in the prisons here and what you're gonna do. We're going to get back to that but if you don't mind tell us a little bit about you. How you came up how you ended up Getting to where you are today. Well my mom was take. My dad was the farmer and we had gatling open range and so we grew up. You know four and and the preemptive but she and we all go to college and so what we wanted to go or not. We had to go and cheat that. I needed to go to. Lsu associate took me now and put me out. Don't you talk out boy. it's the right after. Yes ma'am so. There was a struggle. I'm telling you. It was really hard at different worlds. But i worked at the barn and we work and got through and in anyway. Then i wound up working for the farm bureau and and wound up having my degree with education. I'm back then. Job came opening department of corrections. The run farther than i got that job. And so there that was funded by the governor edwin edwards and then the rather than job came open. I won't be a prison warden. And so i applied qualified technically. But i never worked underprivileged before and so i told her governor. Isa i give you the java camp to keep it that you won't be sorry. I can do it and so i got the message from my mom. She said when. I told her i'm going to be printed award. She said i'm gonna tell you one thing. Thank you right. You went to church every time to door to open and he did. God go Accountable at those men have a chance to know him that yeah that night. I did that for execution. I did not deal that. Say anything about it so in everything. Is mugger everything. My mother had told me came back to haunt me. That i was alive. Human on earth. And if we're not committed myself to really really do everything in my power to change the culture of the prison and change the pink and so it was from her and that was a big deal to me and my father. He had a favorite scripture number. Read it to you if you don't mind second chronicles seven fourteen. Then if my people who are called by my name with turn and change their way in pray i will turn my back toward them and heal their land. So that's kind of of candidate there but that's kind of what prison is. He heal their land because they did with the seminary now turned back to god. And that's what we really need to do in this country and we say revival coming from the president and what really do and so Further flights have changed. And we we see all the pain. It's called all the crimes they commit. And then we wanted to change. That's we see in america. They see it a great change in our president and a lot of folks moving to way we are that goal and we are bit sydney The we we know. It's painful to know this but people typically do not change unless they're confronted with with what i would call an intractable situation. something that they can't talk their way out of weasel their way out of Run their way out of that's when people finally Sit down and look in the mirror and prison is where that can happen. I i've been in a corporate investment world for forty two years and companies quite often if they're facing bankruptcy or considerable difficulty they will take Are you looking for your dream home. Well that means you're looking for your dream. Lonely you federal credit union. We make that dream a reality. Uk federal credit union as home. Loan options to fit your needs with quick prequalification. 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"dr six" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show
"Is relentless and oftentimes hides out. I've got a couple of satistics here. If i could feel indulge me. I'll i'll i'll give you those Ovarian is the on the list of cancer. It's number eleven as far as what Americans get of course it it. It is a It's a women's cancer only Right now there are about two hundred thousand women living with varying cancer. It's number eleven on the list. But it's the fifth leading cause of cancer death and it only affects half the population. The female population The top age group is women. Fifty five to sixty four in unison was right smack in the middle of that. She was sixty one years old when she was diagnosed It's the deadliest of all gynecological cancers In in twenty twenty one there will be approximately twenty one thousand seven hundred and fifty. Women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer and approximately fourteen. Thousand will die now. They may have been ones that who have been diagnosed. You know in the past. But that's just kind of the way it goes One in seventy eight women and these numbers i think. Carry over for about fifty years. One in seventy eight women in their lifetime will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer so That that's just a little background and of live while we're here why we're doing the cancer blast unicef passed away in december of two thousand sixteen. So she she battled it for thirty. Three months The average life span of stage four ovarian cancer patients. Seventeen and i have First of all. I always i absolutely refuse to say that you you know you hear people say so. And so lost their battle with cancer. I refuse to say that cancer took her life but it never took her faith. It only made stronger. Never took her spirit. She was a fighter till the very end. Her sense of humor We cried a fair amount but we laughed a whole lot. More we really did. And so But but i say that that eunice made it thirty. Three months for three reasons She she had an iron wheel To live and to live well as long as she could and she had a very deep faith in god that went way back before cancer but it only got deeper and the third reason is the tremendous care that she received at the marquis cancercenter If if you had asked me prior to february of two thousand fourteen Tell me about the market cancer center. I would have said well. Are you looking for your dream home. Well that means you're looking for your dream loan. Uk federal credit union. We make that dream a reality. You federal credit union as home loan options to fit your needs with quick pre-qualifications plus you can get special incentives with our home plus program to save on closing costs. Apply online at you. Kfc dot org for dr six branch locations first mortgage services provided by our partner s wbz mortgage corporation. You kfc you as an equal housing lender and for full details visit you. Kfc you dot org. I've i've heard there's this cancer place over at uk. I didn't know anything. I did not know anything now. I didn't have any reason to. We didn't have cancer in our family But it's a it's a gm that's right here in our backyards. A you told me that there was a doctor that you saw. And you were looking at going to mayo's or they're there he said but what i would do would be to send it right over here to marquis. Well and he was. You is being very objective about it. Yeah he was actually unisys doctor for many many years. Lewis hicks and ovarian can only be diagnosed with pathological. There is no test they can go win and pull sales. They have to have pathology. They have to have some some tissue to diagnose ovarian cancer but an experienced gynecologist seeing what he was seeing he pretty much knew he couldn't say this is what you've got. But he knew and this was on a monday in his office. Unison had Symptoms like i say for for nine days her. Her stomach filled up her abdomen her her stomach cavity filled up with fluid You could hear it wash it. Sound like a bucket of water and so doctor hicks told us said. I've had a lot of cancellations. You know it snowed today. I don't have much to do this afternoon. I can get you an appointment. Probably anywhere in the country. You want to go And then he said if it was my wife we would be headed to marquis and that was all we needed to hear And he said great. I've got you an appointment already at two o'clock tomorrow afternoon and this was on a monday. We saw unisys Dr own on tuesday afternoon made him for the first time and of course he didn't know whether one hundred percent but he'd been around he pretty much knew just because of of some other tests. They're.
"dr six" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
"For me. That's like. I was very shocked. Because when i was there you know i wasn't this in the city. Always doing things. And i was so worried that i will study master and another city and i will leave all of them. You know but when i move. I didn't like anything about them and i spend many years with them. You know so. I start to reflect okay. What's their own here. And maybe i'm too excited about the new city but at the same time. No it's. It's not through like this. Because i traveled to many cities and i didn't feel like this so i start to question these relationships but not really questioning in this serious way but just reflect an and then it's fine. Start like to talk to them. Hey i moved here. Look what i'm doing. I got master. I got job and then i moved to another country now from sweden to italy to study made new friends. Same story when i get people that i met in my master also many of them. I didn't miss same what i eat. The lima so many people also like if we become to say and that time. I call them france. You know like oh we do stuff together. We travel to different countries when we moved back. Maybe i just missed one or two of fifty and after many years like it's actually started last year. I started like the really question. This okay wait a minute. What who are these people in my life. So i started to to experiment if this was a good investment from me all the years talking to people checking them you know like helping them so much with finding a job house like because these are like friendship from my side. I say. I need to give whatever i have in order to them to have a good life so i started to question this serious way on did an experiment. I created a new facebook account. And i add all the people that i think didn't care about me and i have not so many much feeling for that do i new account and then the people that i really in touch with an eye they also in touch with me in the one account so two groups of people and i say i will close the facebook with a new people like that. I don't care or they don't care and open dr six-month no i. I open it after one month and see if someone writes me. I did and i'm always you know it's it's close. I'm thinking about. Should i saw a log in and see if people write me then. I waited after one month open. Nobody then i say yeah one month maybe very shorty now. We are not in the same city some of them in the same city. I say six months. Same thing. I've got like i forgot about my facebook account by then. Facebook sent me a message. Then i checked it and nobody wrote me one year. Nobody then i realized okay. What i am feeling is true as that is. I will not toxic or something like this. I will call it like. It's it's not is how i was imagining. It was only me who running this kind of relationship and for them if i there or not. It's the same thing it doesn't matter. I like nobody wrote may not even like sending emoji know even from endure my best. They win facebook announce so yeah. I start to question this..
"dr six" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast
"Happens yes so yeah. It's one of those things where it is kind of a big part of the story but there's also there also is a big love story with that who would be more erotic romance but I it's hard now to ray. A romance that sells really well did does not have sixteen unless you really market it as a clean or sweet romance sometimes. Readers may get slightly disappointed. Yeah i mean. I think whenever you do a poll on this on any so facebook group a love breed is will say that they day. Mind the books not having sex scene in. But it's not. I mean our khazei for my experience because all my books have sex scenes in them. So i've never written one that one. But i think i would get pushed back if i didn't write them i just think i would. I ninety if i'm reading a book. I would be disappointed. If there was exceeding mai mai mai lesbian romance. He just expected like the books. Have them right. Same but on the flip side. I'm not really a. What can reader now. I did have an e. You have as you said you wrote gulab happens with erotic raymond's you've written about occurs. Well he have. I know. i'm sorry. I'm running through my titles in my head. I think happens is the most racy one okay. I thought i thought you had a robotic tight in to nine. I was working on an erotic short story. But doug got shelled. So maybe that's something. I've been working on for about a while so because it was neither one of your background anyway but i thought about for a little while and i did have briefly tation with it and i managed to write short story. It's not my natural thing to right. So i just stay in my lane some erotic books. Do you have a story in them. And the best types. I think me probably will get me to read. It would have a story in them But they would just have more sex and sexually beer a bigger role so maybe it is more in the road. I would go down for reading and writing. Now i've been asked before is our number sexiness The the tips are an labor from being a romance into a room. that's it will occur. I would like to put an actual number on it But i would say. I've never intended mood. Three sex romance novels say three of floors is bu park. Why wouldn't put a number on it because it all depends what role the sexist plane is bringing the characters because sex obviously especially between two people who are falling in love which is what a romance story is a vital part of their relationship. And you kind of have to show a bit to see how they're interacting in it. It does drive the romance story Further down the down the road so i. It's hard to say what number. Because i do get asked his play writers and it depends on each story like i've had some books where it has his one succeed. I have some books that have more than one. So i was still classified him as romance so is it is hard but i do. You wanna push back a little bit on your comment. Were erotica is more about the six. Because i don i. I'm not sure that's exactly true Because they're still the story there at least runako i've read. They're still the story. Must not just not just. Because then. I think you're just reading porn arana's hard bright exceed hard to write in the fact that the really successful erotica authors the fact that they're able to do it where it comes across seamlessly where they do have the story where you do your invested in the characters and where the sexist really smoking hot mic kudos to them and that is that is not an easy easy task. Yet night tightly agree. And yeah i do think that Some vodka does have storing it. But it doesn't necessarily always have to have the sex can be the starring role an Be there's always going to be a bit of a thread that box. I love it that but some of it just won't have that bigger. So story dr. Six say sexist fund. Which did you write. Well as i said it depends what you want to what you like to read and what you want to write. And if you're still not sure. I say read the jewelry and see. We'll stirs you so to speak at one. I'd say that there's a couple of Books i read the. I did enjoy next on the in what it romance scale. And that is the club by l. brooks. That was really good. And if you've Read that that's definitely not romance seen around in olympic yes. I haven't read fifty shades of grey. I did try i actually. I have read that. Did i tell you about the time. When i tried to check out the book in them ireland usually when they checked out books in dublin Like i would just take the book to the scanner. And i was still check him but for some reason why they checked out fifty shades of grey. They made me go to the desk. And it was like this like usually most librarians in that particular brand went to they. Were all young but this particular date. Naturally it was an older woman with gray hair. And i just was like up in flames entirely owes like. I don't know why but you have to check this out to me. At the time. I was in my forties. It was a little bears. So what did you think fifty shades of grey expecting. I mean. i knew the writing wasn't going to be stellar. But i thought that the story was enjoyable. i mean i went into it expecting not to be wild but you know it did its job in. I've also was a fan of the twilight series. Which was i think. Fifty shades of gray was a fan fiction of twilight of him. Remember quickly so it was interesting for me as a author to know that into See how she did on that spectrum. So i probably had different motives for reading it. Then what to. The casual reader picked up shades because it was unlike the bestseller list rubber. I was reading it to the kind of study it. Yeah i want to read it. 'cause i'm not one of those people who will take a piece of it because you take the piss out of you'll peril because millions and millions of people loved it and she make money from it say qudos to her and it was independently published. Say she was an independently published. Success story huge success story so well done to her a bit like you. I just wanted to read it to see what the fuss was about by. I found it just a bit boring. I was ready for the sex. And i think i read about one hundred pages and they still hadn't fought till i'm just like fuck say what kind of erotic raymond's is this. I was expecting to be. That was another thing. I wanted to know because like this. Did tear up the charleston. I get really tired of people. Who like to bash um fifty shades of grey or the twilight series. And they're like oh if you read that you're not a true like reader author. Whatever on for that. These women wrote stories that resonated with millions of people in I've read both series. And i give them kudos but I was surprised when i read. Fifty shades of grey one on there wasn't sex like homepage to. That's just just what i was expecting. Here's a little story for my liking when you when you listen to the reviews and everyone's like oh my god it's so hot and oh my god i keep rereading. These seats now is expecting like.
"dr six" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"He's got that type of swing where he's gotta be in his rhythm seeing the ball. Well timing's got to be there. And if it's not he goes from from very good to very bad pretty quickly and it's pretty pretty crazy scary. How fast that can happen but But at the same time like demand did play through injury he had the what was it a hamstring. It was quad. it was something Lower lower lower body that he played through and to his credit. The yankees team needed him at the time and he got it through it. So and he he di h through it. Yeah well is going to be the d. h. So would you take seventy percent. If i told you so you can sign up for seventy percent of stanton games for the remainder of that contract. You taking it. So if it's if it's like a very healthy stanton than yeah. I think seventy percent of him is is Is is today's game is different. So i'm weighing. I'm understanding that these guys are never going to one hundred percent ninety percents of stretch. So when you're talking about seventy percent now it's like okay. It's not even that much. That's like being happy after getting five innings of a starter. There's there's we are bar has been lowered. The quality start is no longer six and a third or six and two thirds or sixth inning. It used to be a six innings. Dr sixth inning three runs during the pd era was a quality start which is a four and a half year and i always thought why has a four and a half year at quality but shit now six innings you you might as well be a cy young winner if you're going six innings every night. Yeah so again bar. Lower demata geyser on this team. He's got flexibility to shuffle around a little bit. So i want him healthy for the playoffs. Of course that's the end goal. That's the end gopher for judge with him. He's gotta get ready hitching staff for everybody on the team. We talked about the question marks in the starting rotation. it's okay how's corey kluber going to progress throughout the year and hopefully be ready to go in september and october. How is several gonna come back from. Tommy john surgery and hopefully be ready to contribute in october. How is montgomery and thanh going to build off of their seasons after. Tommy john surgery and be ready for this it. S compensation for the entire team will be ready for october shirt. And now the it's the because the expanded playoffs are not on the table as we stand today Do you do you think that's going to get chance. Because i i don't that's just money in everyone's pocket so i really i mean the the universal donation. The expanded playoffs right now. The fact that the the fact that unit doesn't didn't put the hendra proposal is just like what are we doing here. Okay clearly you guys want this. But you're doing it for whatever rea- players getting chip it's all about the twenty twenty It's all about the collect the next. Cbs players do not want to agree to anything. The owners right posing out of principle and the owners are like here sheer conceding. And they're like wait a minute. We don't believe you. That's not you're not doing that. We with the you know you're not doing that in good faith. You're doing that. This is condescending. Or you're talking down to us by giving us what we want. No way never accept it. I made a. I saw a tweet or actually it was It was let me read this game. This is still a game. This is a quote from ken. Rosenthal article a few times. Jerry you give us what we want kenro zoro. If a deal to delay the season was going to happen in needed to happen. Long before early february when spring training camps were about to open and now that major league baseball and the players association have struck out again. They must deal with the consequences of their action. I read that sentence. And i made a promise to myself. I'm not going to get sucked in to their bitchiness. This time around. I got sucked in during the when the pandemic i happened last year and the league was shut down. I got sucked in to the bitching back and forth. I made a promise to myself. I'm not gonna do it this time. Because i i absolutely despise both sides in this argument you have a kid coming like any any moment so you have no time to worry about what these guys are bitching back and forth about worry about it. Whatever happens is going to happen. But they're going. The expectations need to be managed. Here they are going to play games. They're going to use the media to pin each other against each other in the public eye. All this will be jockey back and forth because the collective bargaining agreement is getting closer and closer and closer and nobody wants to set a precedent that will go against them when they're ready to negotiate their side of things and get what they want. All of this is horsh it and believe they're doing it again though. Yes you can believe it. 'cause my expectations are in line. Yes of course got so much criticism last year for doing it. You would have thought they would have learned their lesson right. They're not that stupid. Are they actually that stupid. Well i think that they just understand what is coming next year. They're going to not leverage themselves. In a way that's gonna make them look bad or put them in a position where they can't bargain what they want. So my god. I just working to worry about it and your frigging stressing out about it right now. Stress i just need to. You need to be an example. I just really do find it. Amazing in a bad way that they're.
"dr six" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I'm Kevin Western Super Bowl 55 is underway. 5 11 to go in the opening quarter. We are scoreless between the Chiefs and the tip of a Buccaneers. Kansas City is on its second, Dr. They have just fallen short of the end zone. And maybe you feel ago. Maybe not. Each team had one first down entering this drive for the Chiefs. Understand He got the run game going. They've already rushed seven times for 39 yards. Patrick Mahomes, one of five for just three yards in the air time birdie's been sacked. He is two completions. Tip has got one first down. Little bit of a feeling out process kind of like a heavyweight fight in the early going chiefs and lining up for a 49 yard field goal by Harrison Dr six trying to go in the opening quarter. If you're curious, According to Caesar's William Hill, the line closed Kansas City minus three with a total of 56. If you have a field goal is a prop bet for the first score. Harassing bunkers. 49 Yard field goal is good. All around of the waste management Phoenix Open. Brooks kept up 19 under par, picks up his eighth career PGA Tour wins. Six of his eight victories have come three tournaments. PGA Championship. The U. S Open and in Scottsdale, Arizona. NBA this afternoon. Sacramental makes it seven of eight since January, 22nd and I've got the Clippers won 13 1 10 Phoenix for the 191 victory over the Boston Celtics, Miami where they won or 93 win over the New York Knicks heat to game winning streak. We're back on Monday and reacting to Super Bowl 55. I'll tell you why the Chiefs are going to repeat as champions. It has to do with one really talented quarterback. Tee shot, J Will and Zubin Monday six Eastern on ESPN radio. Each in your morning sports fix Captain Jay Hood on ESPN 1000, Chicago's home for Sports. It's super prime time on ESPN radio. What does it state If that's the question? The answer is everything can get video outstanding, too, And it's hard to pick against. You don't grow betting against Tom Brady. I think you could win this game. If you've been fucking his defense between the 20. I think you win this game in the red zone along the times that we have said You can't compare players from different eras. This'll is the closest we're ever going to get Now alongside feel Yates and Super Bowl winning linebacker Markers leg here's Elissa Lang. We have points on the board people. Kansas City Chiefs are officially up three to nothing over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Oh, look like.
"dr six" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast
"Wonderful friend and just delightful partner in time jesse jackson. How're you doing jesse. I am good. You know we're we're here to talk about the real thing yes year we're going to buy the world a coke and talk about the sixth doctor. Yes drinking my cook. Right now is Trying to break up some of the crowd. That's my lungs because hey symbicort is the worst. But you guys. Don't care about that but hopefully you do care about that here. Episode to seventeen weird talking the mysterious planet earth aka parts one through four of the trial of a time lord which was a fourteen part serial that essentially serves as colin baker last season as the six dr sadly his second and final season and this was written by robert holmes who wrote some great episodes euro spearhead from space pyramids of mars brain of more bs. The deadly assassin caves of andrews. Johnny the two doctors and more and joining us thankfully for this wonderful four-part event as we're going to go through the entire trial of a time lord season see all of season twenty three from the classic era joining us from the five ish. Fan girls podcast and gold standard. The oscars podcast please. Everyone welcome back to next up everywhere. Rachel friend hi. Rachel you doing. I am good. It's so long since i've talked to you like a whole now. Yeah i know spends along thank you so much for coming back on the really appreciate it and i'm sure just does to looking for all you do say six. Dr mike i there. Are those the magic words just here. Yep six dr putting up three times like six. Dr six dr six dr. Yeah or carriages. Carriages characters order nicely done see. This is one of the reasons. I was very glad to have rachel board. Because she is a resident six dr aficionado. I love all the doctors. So i love colin baker as well but but i think rachel has a special place in her heart for certain colin baker radio. I know you've been on before when you were wonderful to come on and talk vengeance of varos with us with me. But i don't think jesse was there for that one if i recall correctly i don't think so. Yeah so i think it was just you and is so. Would you mind reminding everybody Y you love the sixth doctor so much he you know i just had someone else asked me this question and i struggled then i still have. Now it's just it's just one of those things where it's like you know. Why do people love chocolate. Or why do people love cats or you know you know just happened. I do people a fishing. It's just you know it's just one of those things. The oh yeah you come across something in your life and it just kind of hits he at a spot that you're like i love this and i want this to be part of my existence for now and all of eternity.
"dr six" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"My job. There's no way that a 65 mile an hour road exits are 65 miles an hour. No Parked there. Not even 65 miles an hour, Right? You know if you go down like I drive other roads to, But most of the ones that have lights like one third your route One speed limits through the lights are actually if you go like, five over this mean living, you'll never see the light. Really show. So the lights her time for a higher rate of speed girl 1 30 Going home at night Divide Drive, Dude, stealing the most. The way is 55 Miles an hour. If I do 16, I will not stop from Runs with just known it, Brunswick did you like it's a cranberry and bay being able to do that? You're focused on driving, You know, I'm thinking about doing other things. And that's the whole idea of it. By going slow. You get bored. You start doing stuff you get distracted, and that could lead to trouble. It just makes the most sense. Other top of Sam in the news Absolutely great fun when you do your Comedy news, but I love it. Oh, man, I really appreciate that. Listen, what I didn't appreciate what did you think of that game being broadcast on Nick at Nite? That was ridiculous. And if I didn't watch it on Nick at Nite, but when they showed the scene That they were showing where there was a touchdown and they did all the graphics on it. It's like why it didn't even make sense. Why? I mean, you get trying to get kids in the football, but that's something you're gonna either be into or not into. It's not gonna be getting all their young. If you play the game. You gotta play it. You're watching it. Well, you know what, Steve? It's passed down from Father to son. You know you have Children. I got two sons to sit Down with them and teach them when the light went on other forget it. You know now that diehard wants a giant fan ones of Falcon fan. I don't know why, but you know, that's something you passed out from Father to, son. I don't need the girl and I and Eagles kid and Ah and Nate Burleson and then the guy goes on. Cordell Patterson drops an F bomb. I don't know what the hell the dough and it was just it was just so horrible in the way. They explained that everything I thought it was bad job. I would have just preferred put the game on TV and Junior's interested Dad is there to explain that he got into football for a reason, and it isn't the slime. I had my 2.5 year old grandson sitting on my lap on the recliner during the whole game, and he was like he kept looking at me when I choose When I grown about it, he started growing to choose, so he's gonna grow up to be a bear's man that big a lot of groaning. He's gonna be doing a lot of groaning like you said, Steve. Oh, thanks for the call The New Jersey one on 1.5. Would you like to see the speed limit in New Jersey raised to reduce distracted driving? 1 802 831 on 1.5. Okay, Doctor Doom's theme. They keep raising our tall It's only right. They raised the limit. Seriously speaking. One issue is that limits are set for worst driving conditions, Rain night, but why can't it be digitally said So that the day it's 85 9 inclement weather? It's lower. How about this? Instead of setting the limit? You set your brain. And you tell you in your brain tells you if it's driving, wet or slippery or horrible or night did you drive slower? You know, we're not stupid. We should be able to figure this out. Uh, by the way, Twitter, Paul right now. 252 votes. 51.6. Yes, 48.4? No, I'm going with the yes. Raised the limit forces you to pay attention. You're paying attention. You know it could be distracted while you're driving because you'll be too busy paying attention Driving safer speed limit going up actually makes you drive safer wanted under 2831 on 1.5. Phil is in Toms River on New Jersey. One on 1.58 fell. Hey, Steve. I'm an advocate for driving fast. I've got Corvette. You know, I talked about him in the past. I love I love you know, even run my pickup up to down to Union and two up. Later packed on their growth there all the time I'm doing 80 90 Miles an hour on the parkway and for the most part nowadays is pretty empty. You know, It's not really fuller traffic, you know, not jammed up. Only when you get over the bridge just will bridge That's when it starts to back up a little bit on you, but you put young people behind the wheel of a car doing eight miles an hour. If they have a situation. They're not gonna be used to You know what you could say the same thing with 60 Miles an hour. You could say the same thing for 40 miles an hour until you get behind the wheel and start driving. You got to do it. Right. Bring the car back from 80. Miles Now you don't know what you're doing, Okay, but in that, then don't do it. I mean, I'm not saying it's mandatory that you gotta drive 80 Miles an hour. I'm saying that if the speed limit were higher than people would pay attention, while they would pay more attention while they're driving, which would then before you take your driving test, it would be better. Uh, better course. Would make for better drivers, You know, like, yeah. Dr. Six are better. Drivers question after concentrate more on what they're doing. When you're doing that, you're concentrating on the road. You got both hands on the wheel and you're paying attention. He's young people. Mm. I don't trust him behind the wheel away. You won't once a young person and no one trusted you behind the wheel right now. You Mr Vet had 43 tickets. Yes. Say yes. Say on Lee 23 tickets and your complaining Come out. Have Phil 1 802 831 on 1.5 on Lee 23 Think it's Is that all that's all. What did you think it had a Nickelodeon game. Hold the sliming on the zone. I mean, now, now, now it's like when in the nineties when they put the little blue dot on the hockey puck. Oh, yeah, to follow the puck around and just made him more cases like the whole thing. I don't need a cartoon characters explaining football. The kids. Yeah, I mean, it's a nice touch, I guess for kids, but does it really in playoff football? I don't know. No exhibition game. Maybe, but not playoff football, you know, and and not only that, you know. This is something in a father explains to his son or daughter. This is passed down through the generations. Absolutely. I don't need the voice of SpongeBob. And then those announces contributed absolutely nothing to the broadcast It Z kind of scratching my head at that one. Because I don't really know what it was there for this kind of scene. Point money? Yeah. There you go. Next week, you'll be on C span. She would that goes.