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Fresh update on "dustin" discussed on Steve Scott
"It is time for sports First, Let's get the latest Yankees. They're going for their eighth straight and the sweep of the Blue Jays tonight Mets are in Philadelphia, concluding their Siri's with the Phillies. The two teams have each a win in the Siri's Islanders are an action against the Lightning trying to stave off elimination. The Browns host the Bengals in the NFL Thursday night matchup. Justin Thomas leaves the U. S open at five under par. He's one shot better than Patrick read. Thomas Peters and Matthew Wolf, Rory McLeary and Lee Westwood are another shop back. Phil Mickelson is looking at a short stay at Winged Foot. He's nine over par after the first round. Tiger Woods had a double bogey on 18 to finish three over along with Dustin Johnson..
Dodgers 1st team to clinch playoff spot, beat Padres 7-5
"The first team to clinch a playoff spot in baseball's pandemic shortened season, They beat the Padres 75 behind Dustin Maze, Guddi effort out of the bullpen and some home runs from a J. Pollock and Kris Taylor of the seven time defending NL West champs opened a 3.5 game lead in the division by winning two of three from the Padres. A matchup of the Two best teams. The
Fresh update on "dustin" discussed on Ben Shapiro
"Tops the leader board at the U. S open after two rounds at Winged Foot, Read, finished at four under par, one shot ahead of Bryson to Shambo. Justin Thomas is among those finishing at two under Hideki Matsuyama finished at even par. Charlotte's Web. Simpson will start his third round at two over par. Rory McIlroy had a rough data was seven bogeys and a double bogey. He's at three over par, along with Dustin Johnson. The cut is six over so Tiger would will not be around for the weekend. He finished a 10 over par well, Phil Mickelson finished at 13 over the Panthers will be down to starter's on defense when they take on Tom Brady and the Bucks on Sunday. Offensive tackle K one short is out with a foot injury and defensive and you're gross mottos is in the concussion. Protocol guard Dennis Daily has also been ruled out with an ankle injury. Former Panther's running back and current free agency J..
Voice and Podcasts with the Dynamic Duo: Kane Simms and Dustin Coates
"So background if you go back far enough used to. Say I to produce music. But the reality is I was a kid in my bedroom, filling around samples and make some Junes and writing lyrics. So they used think the funds myself as a bit of a wrapper. and. If you look back at some podcast episodes. Complete row. I think a little bit rusty other minute. Did do one for Frank Schneider of speakeasy. and. So He's Best I'LL PHILADELPHIA. So when we introduced him on the podcast did version of the fresh prince of bel-air theme tune with Franck Schneider. So they going to know So of caught a long relationship with audio and woods essentially audio together and important words into it ended up realizing the making music it is not easy to make money from. And etc. Went throughout my career ended up in marketing agencies ended up in user experience design. Consultancy Service designed eventually managing digital service transmission teams and then out freelance writing on the side as also had kept up the right and stuff, and then all of a sudden not come across. I think it was an adver around the launch of Alexa in the UK. Fiddle around with Siri, but it was reuben time in submitting bothered with it. But I see in this advert for Alexa launched in the UK and I was thinking lot seems crazy that I didn't know anything about I. Didn't know you could build for. I. Didn't know that you create anything for it. I didn't have a clue about and just thought when I see now thought wouldn't it be good if you could create something for much and if you could actually design like an old your based conversation, best experience that people could have with this thing and immediately I thought that sounds fantastic and Few monthly God device etc Pierre Around it and I thought to myself I. Think. It'd be good to try and learn really well how these things were technology is what hangs together how the build Sephora and then similar justin really start thinking about how we do that and I thought one of the best ways to learn about an audio I medium will be to create an audio I kind of piece of content, and if I'm going to learn about then a ms well share that with everyone else who might want to learn about it and so that was how the world was the podcast was born. The demand demand name in two thousand, seventeen couldn't find anybody to interview for any kind of cost couldn't come across anyone all just maybe I wasn't right using the the pro search phrases because I didn't i. Didn't quite come across y'all content that's I'm and then eventually in November of twenty seventeen. I realize that the voice book podcasters around and this week in voice podcast was around those thinking what the Hell's going on like I had this idea months ago. What's in a thought? Well, lots of evidence basically the the something that there must be something that most people are confined to speak to that was in the US, convinced that it was going to come to Europe and so that's what was not doing not like research in China in touch with trying to meet people's to flat out recorded a couple of the episodes over Christmas. The first episode might even still be on Youtube. It said, I've got my garland hanging on the the fireplace damning. And then was just about to launch I. Think Miami might have even put one episode out on immediately someone commented on twitter and said, Hey, you know that was really good. But what would be really interesting would be if there was some kind of person around the hard technical knowledge someone that could cause for me I'm astrologist in the design and always been the design of always gaping on the condor like the creative end, the Kinda strategic, figuring out what it is, we should be doing and then managing the team that kind of goes ahead and does it all during the design myself and stuff and then I. It was the on Conan I. Think he said, are you going to get into any technical content? Is that I love to I don't really have the technical background myself. Exactly. That's right. That's exactly that was young. Yeah, and then you've sent a tweet us in. You responded I think it was it was a tweet or you direct message right now I think it was on I think it was a tweet i. Very very rarely on twitter. So if you look at our different social media's canes, the Social Media Social Butterfly me, I can take it or leave it but I just happened to be there is a one day voice conference at Paris a day just happened to be on twitter following along and I saw that and I think I replied I was like Hey let's try I. do it yeah. I don't think literally within the space of. Our can probably seven days later, we recorded an episode episode four or five or something. And that was the beginning we did. We've done ever since and we've kind of as I said, the first six months foucault was doing the podcast and then we got speaking engagements and hosting conferences and events to flat now, and then twenty nineteen start getting involved in workshops training consultancy. We picked up Kanda design development projects, and still like out and then yeah, it's been more of the same of US insights Crazy. So Sir Tippety. Dustin winter. saw. Replied in a super successful podcasting percocet came out of that. People don't realize it took US two years I think two years right canes actually meet in person it wasn't until two last summer I happen to the giving a talk in London and came down. So there's the you X. Trivia for you. To Gain Dustin podcast together to. Not, each. Other. Exactly. Not just poke. We've been working together. You know it's like it's crazy how you know how I don't think we understand people don't really I. Think we take for granted the Internet basically is trying to say you don't realize the power that the house you know imagine being able to create a company with someone who you've never actually met in. Real life and work together, and you know build up that kind of relationship over two years without even an oxygen meeting is i. think is absolutely unbelievable. Crazy. It is amazing. You might think of this time of turn cove. It is all of a sudden working remotely I think more and more that's going to happen right where people are getting super comfortable. Where come outlay you were working with someone in completely different areas will be different times on different countries. All works. Great. So I see that little bit we kind of accelerated the future of work. Unfortunate events that that happened to us.
Fresh update on "dustin" discussed on Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks
"I know what you think that I was looking at something scores of something really good golfers. Colin more Kawagoe 76 71 tiger fired a 73 came back today with 77 Phil 79 74 Fowler carted the 69 yesterday filed it up to you with a 77. Dustin Johnson shot 72 rounds in the 70 73 70. I mean, this course pills already on a plane right now. Phil fills in the air and head on back more columnist to cut in San Diego. It was got a little bloody today Look like it looked like the they say You know what? Wouldn't have Ah, close tohave the field under par, but we still have too many guys, let's go ahead and tough in this thing. Just a little bit, So I think anybody that even par maybe even 1 to 2 over right now. It's still sitting pretty good. I know my guy shop, please even party was 200 yesterday to over two over today, but it's I can't imagine the course is going to get any easier. Very well in Syria. Thank you on Saturday and Sunday, so man pars, That's thing about the U. S Open man Pars. Our two premium he'd get up. Are you feel really good about yourself moving moving on to the next hole? Because birdies are hard to come by and Bogie's air lurking around every turn. So that that's what makes us open. Great to watch. Because it is a struggle is only the now and Rama. Those guys done. I mean, I mean, I mean DJs that plus three females that plus two about seven shots back, something's going into the weekend. Maybe a little bit, But I mean, hey, guys have come from six shots back. And again, if you if you think the score is going to be around 1/1 under even right around there. I'm still you know, I think they're still in it. I think it's still you know, you grind and try to put together a 68. And feel pretty good about yourself. That's all you need is one of those rounds, but It's a people thought. Oh, no. Justin Thomas's 55 under you know, he might be 15 under. No, You can't extrapolate you can't say well, five and four rounds. It's 20. No, it didn't. It doesn't work that way because the same guy doesn't do it every time and they make the course tougher. So It will be. It's going to be ugly tomorrow and probably even uglier Sunday that Justin Thomas shot 73. Today He's still under par. He's to undergo one of six golfers under par at the US Open. We're picking professional football games with Dennis ran a hand next here on the sports leader. Someone took a duck in the cup. KNBR won over by and 68 spores.
Rare corpse flower on display for 24 hours in Roseville, California
"Com In California Joy over a flower with a stunning smell. This 6 ft. Seven inch corpse flower lives up to its name Smells like death. We're gonna puke and die. It's actually pollinated by beetles and flies. So it's trying to attract those insects. So it gives off a different sulfur compounds that mimic the odor of garbage and rotting flesh. The plant, which grows naturally and hot, human Sumatra needs a little coaxing in this climate. That's why it's housed in this greenhouse at Roseville High School, where they only high school in the world that's ever managed to bloom a corpse flower, So we're quite proud of that. That's
Fresh update on "dustin" discussed on Charlotte at Six
"Okay, now I've seen everything. Wall Street Today, the Dow fell 244 NASDAQ Down 1 17 s and feel lost 37 points this afternoon and not a sports with that would be T share endorsed. The going is tough at Winged Foot Today. We're second round action continues at the US Open. Bryson Shambo has the clubhouse lead now at three under par. Lots of big names are struggling on the course right now, including first round leader Justin Thomas. He's five over par so far in his rounded isn't even part of the tournament. Tiger Woods is 10 over par thanks to three bogeys and a pair of double bogies through 13 holes. Rory McIlroy also having a rough time he's six over on the day and has fallen three over par overall. Dustin Johnson's in the clubhouse at three over par Ricky dollars, six over the locals and finished his day at 13. Over far projected cut is now six over the Panthers will be down to starter's on defense when they take on Tom Berating the Bucks on Sunday defensive tack. Okay, one short is out with a foot injury and defensive and neither growth may terraces in the concussion. Protocol guard Dennis Daily has also been ruled out of the game with an ankle injury. Yonas anted to Campo has won his second straight and BP award on the college from the 2020 Maui Invitational is relocating to North Carolina basketball tournament will be played in Asheville from November 30th or December 2nd field still expected to include North Carolina Davidson and others. I'm sharing Thor's line. W. Bt Sport W. VT. We lead local by Mike Doyle in the W P T new Center. Charlotte, 665. For Friday. I'm Mark Garrison. Top stories here on W B T. Of course it is Friday. Do you wish you could go to the movies this weekend? You know, Governor Cooper says no theaters are closed, but there is a work around. The drive in and we'll go to one at 6 20. Their business is booming right now. No surprise, but we start tonight with a bad look for Charlotte Police chief Johnny Jennings said Today. Five officers, five are to blame for a man's death. And he wants them fired. We're talking about the case of 41 year old Harold Easter. He was arrested back in January for having drugs during a traffic stop. He was taken to a police interrogation room after he had swallowed cocaine. He was left there shackled and he had a seizure. The internal investigation revealed that disorder and the officers had intimate knowledge that Mr Easter had ingested and swallowed cocaine during a traffic stop. Additionally, internal affairs concluded, Mr Easter was left unattended inside of an interview room for more than 20 minutes. At that time, he was clearly in need of medical attention, but by that time it was too late when Easter finally got some attention. He was taken to a hospital where he died, Apparently, the family says from a heart attack. Chief. Jennings did not mince words about the five officers and their behaviour on head officers had more concerned for.
"dustin" Discussed on Essential Craftsman Podcast
"Get into our dinner together and it was like war story time and check joking around time and like the jokes we'd played on each other that day you know and. And it was just like that camaraderie was like the closest thing to like a military experience. I think I've ever had you know going to war every day but even though it's not I'm not downplaying that you know I'm not trying to compare something that's apples and oranges but. That rotary was like fun. Now, it was really challenging the darkness and the cold and the wind and stuff but like. It beat being like. Dealing with really frustrated customers about cars. Things like mechanic is ready to throw it. Ryan. Chat. Or, whatever like I'm like this is still great. Saying. And also scary. So you're will end. We'll probably wrap up on this but you're flying. Fifty. To seventy passengers in your jet right now and my jet yet here and I know the career mentality is to get certified in the next larger jet and the next larger jet. So what what do you think is in your future in terms of flying you're GonNa, you're GonNa, do that and keep stepping up to. Till you're fedex well, I mean Fedex wouldn't be so bad because it's cargo I like cargo like probably more honestly but But I. Never really had goals beyond where I'm at other than just being a captain in the TUB aircraft I'm flying now base where I live so like. Right now. When I started working for their lines I, I wanted to work for horizon, which is who I work for. That was my goal like if I was GONNA work for an airline is going to be horizon because it was just like a local airline that I mean they're big but. I grew up around people who worked for her is in there like salt of the Earth people and like there's a lot of love for flying I. Think within our pilot group that kind of disappears when you Kinda go up the ladder to like. I don't think it ever goes away completely for any pilot. It can kinda become more about like the paycheck and stepped toys back home and how much time off work am I going to get? which is stuff I should probably care about more than like flying but like there is this kind of heart there for I think aviation in that like horizon AGroup. That's like. I don't really care to live outside that too much like, yeah. Have you have a decent schedule will be based where you live like come home more often than near away and you may not make you may make half as much or maybe even less but. It's enough to have. A very good life you know so. Well, that's really great. Now will you? Several. Websites and youtube channels in probably on spotify. So when you go through all the places and hit wherever everybody could find all your stuff and music and maybe we'll even play we'll see but maybe we'll play your music videos are less something stream at the end of this so people can kind of try it altogether. But when he tell people where they can find you think there'd be so many places it take forever but I think like the main ones would be like. spotify and I tunes and you know Amazon you can find my music on those and. It's either under Dustin Ruth. which is like all my solo stuff or ruth the band, which is the band stuff that I put out enemy. We have a youtube ruth the band, and then also Dustin Ruth on Youtube just slashed us another van and there's a music videos up there But that's where my music is and it's been a great way of like express myself and putting stuff out there even after I had these other these other careers and stuff so. That's really cool. We didn't, and maybe we'll have us back but we didn't get to talk about he's one of these unique people who has actual eagle is for wildlife. He hunts and fishes and has that kind of unique ability to like just see through camouflage I don't get it but So that's It'd be fun to kind talk through that a little bit you. You might be one of the most well rounded or. diversely equipped people I know..
Fresh update on "dustin" discussed on KCBS Radio Morning News
"S. Open round to Steve Yes Stand in New York. First round leader Justin Thomas So went to bed last night knowing he had a one shot lead after a five under par 65 dozen tee off this morning until 10 27. If he was checking the leaderboard. He saw that about an hour ago. We fell behind Thomas Peters of Belgium was at minus six after starting off his round with two birdies, but he's had three bogeys sense them. So Peters is one over today through 14. He is back to minus three, and he has two shots back Matthew Wolf. Plus one today through seven. He is back to minus three. Rory McIlroy at minus three after yesterday's round tees off with Justin Thomas and Tiger Woods at 10 27 Patrick Reed after a round of minus four tees off in 10 16. Tiger had a 73 yesterday. So Dustin Johnson but Johnson as too early birdies, So he is fact a plus one. Colin Murray Cow had a 76 yesterday. And Phil Mickelson is 79 theater quality, maybe better in Portland this morning, but it is still not good up over 1 80 Nevertheless. The show must go on the LPGA Portland Classic, shortened to 54 holes because of the bad air. The players air teeing off this morning they started about 30 minutes ago. 144 golfers are signed up to play in this tournament. Cleveland Browns over the Cincinnati Bengals last night in Cleveland, 35 to 30 and a wildly entertaining affair. Net yards for 36 to 3 53 for the Browns, but the balance was much better on Cleveland side 219 yards through the year. 215 on the ground, led by the possibly incomparable duo of Nick Shove and Karim Hunt. Shove 124 Yards averaged. 5.5 had two touchdowns. Karim Hunt 86 averaging 8.5. He had two touchdowns as well. And Odell Beckham had four catches for 74 yards in a score. Joe Burro was amazing. This guy's going to be great. 37 of 61 3 16 3 TDs, no pics. He was sacked three times and lost one fumble at the Sports desk. Steve Baker KCBS about 30. Years ago, a group of people started something very special. Here in North Texas. The Texans can academies and today local kids are still getting the skills they need to live a better life. Thanks to people like you. Will you please consider donating a vehicle Working or not, you'll help make their lives better. And North Texas. Wronger. You get a nice tax deduction. The towing is free..
"dustin" Discussed on Essential Craftsman Podcast
"And. It was a great opportunity for me to work for him again and continue You know being able to make and stuff and like you said, you could do music from your own house with the same results to some extent taking some of what I had learned from some of the professionals had been around. Yeah implicating are implementing that into. Recording on our own reporting with other professionals, but just been able to produce ourselves and stuff like that. So I worked for my dad at the time and. Really, I don't really know I'm Kinda just like whatever's in front of me. I'm like going to like just try to do my best ability and. When I see my dad's struggling or or stressed or whatever it's like dad what can I do to help you now? So I was able to come into the business now with like a lot of business experience even though I've been doing that with the band on the road and and you know work in a merchandise table and t shirts and product and selling them for whatever. Markup and stuff. I had some idea of that and then working with the band themselves like a team and. You've got mechanics that are like your team. Anyway. So I did have some experience but I learned a lot of the shop of just like cutting out the excess that we didn't need to have of overhead there and helping just skeletal is the shopped whereas like. You know most efficient during that slow period and my dad was always a quality guy. Would use the best parts always you know. It was a time where you kind of had to say dad like these people can't pay their mortgages like we got. We'll give him the quality estimate of the best parts of the best warranty but we're going to give them an estimate with or you can do this. Now we recommend. But if you just trying to get by them choose. Yeah exactly and so start giving them options. Really communicating with people I. Think that's like the biggest thing especially automotive anything in life but especially, Automotive Yama look this. You have to do right now if you want to drive the struck. And I would do this right now but you could probably get away with it for six months. This is GonNa be done in the next year, but it's not just explaining those things because ever any mechanic can do that but it's doing it in a in a trustworthy way and. Helping, them understand that your you. You're being very honest and you're not trying to trick him I I gotTa think that a lot of customers are very skeptical pretty much everything mechanic tells him just because they don't. They don't see it with their own eyes and my right absolutely like everyone comes into the automotive shop. Okay. Back then that's what I'm trying to say, my car was happening. And And you just got to win them over, but you can only win them over. Well I mean I feel like. You can only win them over with just authenticity and like complete lack. Like and Fortunately. My Dad had always been a very honest man. You know had the business several couple decades for I really started working for them and. So I just kind of picked up where he. started. Tired you know what? I'm saying and and. For the next? Five six years was able to Kinda help. Build it back to what it needed to be to sell and them to move on. and. That's that's kind of what brought me to the next chapter and I remember when you I don't know if you had fully decided where to take it, but you started taking flight lessons and. Got That I, I guess it's just is a basic or the intro pilot's license. Yeah I remember when that kind of happened and I think at that point, you were still Kinda toe in the water but. I was amazed how many years in series of tests and Alli would always say, okay, Dustin just passed and got his license and I was like this like the ten th time he's passed the test there's memes about that. This is insane and then I would say the my next comment was like Oh gray so he can get a job for an airline now as. Being a pilot and she's like No He's got A. Hang I give up so Let's pivot being a pilot and maybe kind of take us through the quick version of that up a lot of people understand that private pilots license. So you can fly yourself and your family around. But. Once you get to the next step I mean, maybe just help us understand what happens next. Sure I said there's a lot of jokes out there about like. Trying to explain to your friends, what you just accomplished in the pilot world because like it's like women, you get your pilot's license the next minute it's like I can fly and clouds. Now, what does that even mean thought Ya Like it just keeps going but anyway Yeah. There's kind of a series of. Of Types of or styles of flying the general aviation kind of private pilots, licenses that first step of just. Understanding, you know dynamics and the rules and rigs and a lot. I, mean do this. It's very drinking from a fire hose. and. Once, you get into that. You know then once you accomplished as a huge accomplishment, tinny one who's done it I mean hats off..
Dustin Johnson cashes in and finally wins the FedEx Cup
"Johnson winning the Tour championship in the $15 million first prize for capturing the FedEx Cup. Johnson, closing with a 268 for a three stroke victory over Justin Thomas and Zander show Flee. Johnson is the first number one seed at the Tour Championship to win the FedEx Cup since Tiger Woods did it back in 2009.
"dustin" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Thanks for having me on man. Let's start like this year. How many kids do you have? How old are they? Got One kid she just turned four. Awesome did you guys did you do any kind of like gender revealed to find out what you have to wait till the end to find out where? We me and my wife knew but the family didn't and we did like a surprise for them. Awesome awesome you guys going to be tried for anymore. You're all done. Now. I'd love to try for a boy if I have a boy on this next one, I'm done. Right. I. Like that I. Like your style. If you could please just take a mitigate hip listeners but a little bit about your background what you do. I'm a fighter. Former interim world champion on number two. In the world and That's it. I'm a fulltime father and full-time fighter. Yeah. Also, we've had a crazy career so far awesome stuff. The fights are always exciting and now longest journey here Dustin. So how would you that when you first became a dad and had becoming a father kind of change your perspective on life? Probably, twenty seven I believe twenty, seven or twenty eight. I it. Just GonNa. Really did. Put things in perspective for me as in Lino before I was a father. Fighting. was was mattered so much to me and you know he's still my my job in a passion of mine and how I make a living you know my family's well being. But Once once I had my daughter it kind of put fighting on the you know not so much not on the on the back burner. It's something I'm still very focused on, but it's just fighting. You know before it was my life now fighting is just something I. Do I'm a father, you know And it changed the way. I approach fights and the way I think about my future if I wouldn't have a kid, I would be. I don't know. The number on retirement or anything like that. But ever after having my daughter I, look myself in the mirror and I said thirty five years old I'm not gonNA. Fight Pass that I want to be able to. Be, there for my daughter throughout her life. Yet whilst said, Dawson at one of the things I speak about with the fighters a commodity even even Dana White went on a had him on the show is to ask the difference in fighters. You know I understand that you know when you're a single guy and you by yourself in your and your focused on fighting is one thing but to have a family a wife and child to support, it's to be difficult to Kinda separate or manage those things in your head when you're focusing on a fight when you are trained for fight, you kind of distance yourself from the family that you honest with time with them, how do you work that out? No I Bring them with me to training camp. Usually eight to ten weeks. They come. They come with me the whole time and the you know I'm fighting. For myself but I'm finding for my family as well. You know I don't want to be separated from them. I enjoy their company and it's refreshing. To come home and have that separate life I can fight the best guys every day in the gym trained with the best guys every day in the gym be the tough guy, but I could come home. After. I take a shower at the gym and play barbies with my daughter. It's about life's about balancing and being a father to a little girl and fighting the meanest baddest guys in the world. You can teeter totter either way too much. So it's good to try to balance things out and and keep them separate. And together at the same time I know that sounds crazy but they come with the training camp. But when I come home, I'm not. He'll be Amande, I'm Dustin. Yeah talk about a dichotomy or going from one extreme to another. I can't imagine what that must be like for you and what would you say dosing top values that you're hoping to instill in your daughter growing up. Hard work. Honesty. and. Self belief you know I talked to my daughter every night every day and. About. Those things about you know anytime she says something any idea she has teller. That's a great idea. It's so beautiful you know never. Keep those inside say what you want to say and chase your dreams. I just want her to to reach our full potential. You know I'm sure every parent's. Hopes for for their children's is to see them blossom and be the person that they. They're capable of being whatever that level is whatever that is I just want her to. To Chase passions and and believe in herself you know. And and to no end to know that, her dad did everything he could to put her her mother and herself in a good place. Good stuff. Yeah and. For me, I have four children myself. I had three boys then got my girl on the fourth dry. You GotTa right out of the gate here, and it's one of the things for me is my disciplined style is definitely different with my daughter than it is with my three boys so. I know she's gone yet but what type of disciplinary are you is daddy was spanker timeout guy how'd you kind of handle discipline? Time out more. So I don't think. I've ever really had the. spank it's not a big thing if she's Sassy back and forth or does up and deliberately to go against the rules and I know she's doing might give a little slot on the bud but I've never really had the whip with per like you know. Or anything like that, you know being a four year old girl when your daddy tells, you go to go time out do that breaks our heart breaks down so much I I might even cry so. Now is that is that different than a discipline solid.
Novak Djokovic disqualified from US Open 2020
"Novak Djokovic James was disqualified from the US Open which is great for Dennis. Chef of all by the way, he was going to win we all know that but he's disqualified. Basically between points he's wandering. I guess kind of in the middle of the court and he kinda lobs the ball at the line judge the way you might if a ballboy was looking and you lob it at them, he probably hit a little harder but the line judge wasn't looking because you this just in you don't throw the tennis ball at the line. And she looked like she took it in the throat. And went down. She could not continue and because of that, he was disqualified from the US Open for that. You could see right away it was totally accidental. But what did you think of the whole thing should have been disqualified? Well if you read the rule. Right, if you're the which they've been showing for frigging every ten minutes for since it happened. Okay. It's it's pretty clear. What he did would would be would be breaking that rule. Okay it's kind of like. I don't have it in front of me but you may be able to pull up you may not, but it's kind of like. You know you're in charge of your own stick right in hockey, and if you're still goes up and you clip a guy in the forehead unintentionally, right? You're going to get penalized. Okay. And that rule is you have to be in control of your own stick whether it's accidental or not. If if you if you hit a guy, it's high sticking tie sticking and maybe more if you cut the. I think this rule in tennis reads the same way I didn't think it rose to the level of being kicked out. Did you. Know I didn't ask for a couple of reasons. One is he wasn't trying to do that. It's not as lined up here. He's got his sights and drilled the ball. At the line judge, make sure you understand here there's not a ballboy here he hit a line judge right Yup ballboy would probably be different right for the obvious reasons the ball boy would be ready there have to be ready at all times to. Give balls, and whereas the line judge might just be sort refocusing and you know they can take rest for a moment they may not be looking at the player. And it was a line drive. Okay, you came off his racket. Well it didn't bounce. It didn't bounce. He didn't lob it up in the Air Steve He. Say Line drive don't be confused. It was like one hundred miles an hour buddy. He's sort of pissed too. took the ball whacked it and it and it hit her on the fly in the throat. Wasn't intentional not at all. So when you see that, I'm like come on the guy, the guy didn't mean it. You know. So. That's you know that's a bit of a drag their. Okay. But back to the hockey roll like there's lots of penalties where you don't mean it. and it happens well, the broadcasters at the time they they actually had the they basically could hear a bit of the conversation. Between the officials and Jovic and one of the announcers said he believes that they had said part of the decision to have him disqualified was because the line judge could not continue right and. I honestly looked at that and maybe I I don't I don't want to be taken emails and an angry calls and things like that but it's a tennis ball. Am I look at the speed of that tennis ball? That's not exactly one where I'll be sending a card praying that she survives like that's that did not look like it hit particularly hard. That's just me eyeballing and give an opinion. But. We shall see. I agree she could've continued. If I had to you know I looked at her I I don't think he was faking I think she was surprised. But it looked. Real God her her her corner would come screaming but it looked a little over the top. Okay. Role Lawyers Up. Yeah. I don't know
Dustin Johnson cashes in and finally wins the FedEx Cup
"A payday for Dustin Johnson he takes on $15 Million prize money is FedEx Cup champion. He won the Tour Championship and the FedEx Cup with a final round 268 finishing 21 under par three shots better than Justin Thomas and Xander softly.
Dustin Johnson five ahead and closing on FedExCup win at East Lake, Atlanta
"On the course in the final round. Of the Tour Championship at Eastlake W S. V. J. Black following the action from the clubhouse at at the East Lake where this could be a very special day for Dustin Johnson, Bigger and with $15 million on the line in the FedEx Cup to decide the season champion at stake, it sure is nice to start out by five for the fourth straight tournament. Johnson is our final round leader. Dumb comfortable in the spot that I'm in even even the two Sundays where I didn't win. I felt like a plate really solid ground solid should be good enough. Today. He's at 19 under it. In the fairway on the first hole is playing partner would actually be winning this thing if it weren't for Johnson starting stroke advantage, So Xander softly hasn't worked it if he does what he normally does he almost impossible to catch him shelf We won here in 2017. Johnson had the lead and blue at the year before Justin Thomas, though, was Don't jumped up in the second place now with a birdie on the first to get to 15 under so he is four back Shall fly trails are later Dustin Johnson by five reporting live from
Coronavirus Pandemic Hits New York City's Economy Hard
"Dot com slash NPR to learn more. Let's talk about the change happening in New York New York City was hit early. It was hit hard by the pandemic, but the situation is today so much better. The number of virus cases has dropped significantly, but as NPR's Jim Zarroli reports the economy there is still struggling. I'm standing in Hudson yards, which is a huge complex of apartment buildings and office towers and high end retail stores on Manhattan's West Side. There is a lot of excitement when this place opened almost a year and a half ago but today at least by new. York standards there aren't a lot of people here just a few tourists some dog walkers a security guard or crossing this giant windswept plaza. The buzz that you typically feel when you're walking through midtown walking through any parts of Manhattan it's just not there Dustin Jones lives nearby. He's with nyu's Shack Institute of real estate anyone that's been in New York City and spent any time here knows this doesn't feel normal New York is the nation's most densely populated big city and it was hit early and hard by the pandemic Catherine Wild of the partnership. For New York City a business group says half a million people fled many of them were well paid professionals in finance advertising and technology who could work remotely. She says, hotels stores theaters and restaurants had to close. We've got two hundred and thirty thousand small businesses that basically for the most part have been out of business since the middle of March even those that stayed open are struggling two and A. Half years ago. Kasan Davol Mar opened the Likud cafe in Brooklyn she wanted to have a kind of neighborhood hang out serving healthy. Haitian food. It's been a rough year in February I thought we were doing well, and then by March I was like we're doing worse than we've ever done by April we were closed. The cafe is open again and serving mainly takeout food but business has dropped off again lately. The, loss of so many businesses has meant hundreds of thousands of jobs have disappeared unemployment in the city hit nearly twenty percent in July. I ran into Howard begin sitting in a park in Manhattan. He's jazz musician and with all the live music venues shut down, he's living off his savings occasionally if I can find. Production type work. I. Can I can do from home I do that. But my work pretty much ground to a halt on March sixteen having Merck's since then. With so many people not working egan, it's causing real budget problems I'm on the subway the one train I take it all the time and it's often packed at this time of day today there are only about six people in this car all of them sitting very far apart from each other people have been scared to ride the subway ridership is. A quarter of what it normally is and fare revenue is way down I. Mean what you have is a public health crisis that spurred economic crisis that it's Verte fiscal cruzes. Andrew Ryan of the Citizens Budget Commission and Advocacy Group says sales and income tax revenue also down and the city faces a nine billion dollar budget deficit the next year and a half. There is some reason for optimism virus cases have dropped sharply. Museums are reopening. Restaurants are serving customers at outside tables. But tourists have mostly stayed away and Catherine wild of the Partnership for New York City says only about eight percent of office workers are back at their desks. This is a comprehensive, all encompassing problem like we've never had before and wild worries about what will happen when people do return new. York. City where people live
Dustin Johnson emerges from a pack to lead PGA Championship
"You know when his back's not ailing, and he doesn't have bumps and bruises, he's still one of the best in the game, shooting a 65 yesterday. Harding Park, San Francisco. He's got a one shot lead over a packed field, both tied for second and for third. But your thoughts of this PGA Championship the city by the bay a little different because of the fans, but nonetheless a major championship and
DJ takes third-round lead at PGA Championship
"Will have a major championship awarded here's Dan Reardon for the third day in a row, the overnight leader with 102nd PGA Championship. Is a new name heading into today's final round of Harding Park in San Francisco. Former U. S Open champion Dustin Johnson holds the lead at nine under Poor Johnson found success on the Greens on Saturday and posted a 565 toe lied to rookie study. Scheffler by one shot. Scheffler, who also turned in a 65 on Saturday, would be the first player since Sean McKeel to make the PGA their first tour win and the first since John Daly in 1992 to do it as a rookie, Cameron champ and Colon Marika will be the second to last group out champ, also a stroke back at minus eight. Morikawa at minus seven, Along with Paul Casey and two time PGA Champion Brooks kept Tiger Woods will have to wait if he has to add to his major wins. Total Woods with the 72 on Saturday is plus two for the tournament, one stroke better than ST Louis and Adam Long covering the PGA
"dustin" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"I developed it and Eighteen spring training is when I kind of learned how to throw the to seen then. Then like the way through the eighteen season in minor leagues in Rancho. is on I learned how to throw a cutter. And it just played off my to seem really well. So we thought that it was a good a good mix to have. So we kept it. When was last time the back. shorthair with been my junior year in high school. So what what was it was a girlfriend? Was it your friends was at watching baseball on. TV. When when did you decide? Let's just let it go here. Let's just let curly and let it get fluffy and let it get big and and I mean honestly it was just like A. A thought in my head. I was like I'm just not going to cut my hair just like I wanna leave it and then Kinda see where it goes and then I liked it once it got long. So I just didn't cut it. How much time do you daily put into the hair? daily not too much but when I have to wash Probably. Like thirty minutes it takes It takes a Lotta time to wash and like get it. Get it prepped. So it doesn't look too bad. Okay. So how how often do you wa- figure almost every time I shower I washed my hair that sounds like you don't do that how often I but I also don't have a ton of hair left like you got this beautiful main. How wash. I watched it normally every other day every day It's not really great for your hair to wash every day. So. I watch it every other day every three days depending on Like what I'm doing that day or if it just like I feel like it's dirty and needs to be washed dust may joining us in the her dugout appealing in Fort Collins, I mentioned it was the to seem you start out manny manny with what what is that like. That feeling like of being on a mound and watching great hitters and you throw something that just so filthy that have no chance. What does that feeling like inside of you? Honestly that pitch. I didn't realize how much it was inside until after the game when I was getting bone up with like mentioned and stuff but I mean. I 'cause I whenever I threw it I kinda like spun off in like walk to the. So I didn't really realize how far it was in but I mean watching the video, it was kinda crazy. I didn't really realize. EULESS euless greenest. Pat You like man that was that was that was nice. Was Brigham what has this been like you guys are a different type of bubble right? A different type of quarantine like you saw what happened obviously with the marlins what's it been like for you guys with this short season thus far? It hasn't been too bad. I mean, we we have the safety protocols and I mean it's It's kind of like a you're on your own so. You gotta go handle your own business but don't be don't do something stupid and go out and go out and get it. You mean we got We got a job to do. So we gotta protect ourselves as well. So we have to. Be Able to protect ourselves and get the job done on the field. So we don't want to do something stupid off the field to prevent that Dustin Dustin may joining us from the La dodgers course fifteen strikeouts so far on this young season dodgers continue to play. Well, they've won the last to beat the padres. They've won four of their last five. Now they've got a series starting at Shiva's ravine with with the San Francisco giants, how many masks do you have? Any mass. Yeah. Do you have? Do you have like the one like Goto, that starting to stink or do you got you got a bunch of rotation? How many Messia I've got probably like. Ten in the field that that we got started season that I just kind of rotate through and throw on my way to get washed every day. So they don't really stink and then. At the House I've got a lot of disposable ones and then a few cloth ones that. After. I wear a couple of times on the ones. I just take to the field and some of my life to get washed. I don't really I don't really wear them too long before. I need to wash just because of germs and stuff and. Trying to be smart about it, but that's kind of. I honestly have no idea how many. Oh. Okay. I know if he did, you have like a personalized mask, have you have you gotten to the point to where now you have like your own personalized mass, your own like emblem these are mind. This is what this is what I roll with. No no I don't have any of those. Okay where where were you? I'm trying to think where were you It was wasn't the night you pitch was night before you best pitch when you guys. When you one on the throw from left field, but it wasn't. Wasn't Jock in left field? Was it? How do Chris Taylor? That was the night after I pitched we were in San Diego and I was sitting. in the stands and Chris Taylor through it from Westfield But I was sitting in the stands and then as soon as soon as he threw it, we all jumped up and ran out he'll. On your way out there you're like social distancing social distancing. Don't hug each other. Yeah we we gotta stay We gotta stay social distancing are allowed to do high-fives and stuff. So. It's kind of a different feeling I mean we gotta deal with it so we can play. So it's not too bad. Not a better throw that one or McKie's earlier in the year from right field to third base. You know, honestly I. I. Have to say the throw to home but movies was more like. Just, like turning throw and he didn't really have time to set up so I mean. I don't know they were both ridiculous that that's hard to choose but I mean I guess I have to say the home because it saved around won the game it's it's it's pretty it's gotta be like you haven't been doing this that long obviously in the bigs like have you d ever stop is like I'm playing with this freaky. freaky talented team we are. So you gotta you know got Chris Taylor in left. Who doesn't you know he plays everywhere obviously he got thrown dudes out you got. All this town still curse still getting done like has there been a pinch yourself. I cannot believe that by the time I breakthrough in the bigs I'm surrounded by all this talent. One hundred percent it's it's absolutely ridiculous the amount of. Of. Just. Like strong players that we have and the amount of debt we have in the organization like after are like big name guys. It's it's insane just to think how? How the dodgers built this Kind of like empire that we have right now just. Strength it's. Ridiculous I. Last last thing estimate joining us here in the heard you mention you're in the stands and they have you know that some of these some places have like the the people, the cardboard cutouts. There's some places that have the stuff bears right there's some they're just empty seats. Now they're starting to cover it up as a player. What do you like what do you like the best to see when you're on when you're on the mound in terms of what's in the stands? Honestly. It doesn't really matter I mean they're not cheering. So it doesn't matter how many cardboard cutouts or. Or Fluffy bears they have in the stands that it doesn't really matter to me because they're not cheering and they're not being loud so. I mean, it's it's just fans paying to be in the stand. So that's I. Mean it's kind of cool to see but I mean they they don't make noise so it doesn't really make a difference. Is it make it make it better? Make it worse like what what is that like? No, it honestly doesn't change. It's just a different standard..
Police step up street racing, drifting enforcement as the Atlanta City Council passes stiffer penalties
"Against street racing had been adopted by the Atlanta City Council pastry at the I 85 overpass, the old fourth ward near the varsity, even on the Interstate Street racing not only blocking roads but the big safety issue, but we don't have 102 103 100 people show up at a spot in the side. They want to drag race. They're organized event. And so, Councilman Dustin Hillis says. This crackdown targets passengers in the cars, organizers of the events as well the penalties of a a minimum minimum fine fine of of $1000 $1000 up up to to six six months months in in jail jail at at Drake. Drake. It's It's
Iowa meth kingpin is 3rd executed by US government this week
"Another bad guy's expected to be put to death today at a federal lockup in Indiana, 52 year old Dustin Honkin was described as a ruthless Iowa drug kingpin convicted of killing five people in 1993 to avoid prosecution for drug trafficking. The victims included government informants and two Children. The now retired judge who oversaw his trial, says generally he opposes the death penalty, but says Hawkins crimes were so reprehensible. He deserved it already this week to other federal death row inmates have been executed as the government ends a 17 year hiatus. Hankins lawyers yesterday filed an emergency request to stay the
"dustin" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"Keep his feet away from the fence and make it happen in the center of the Octagon. If it happens there I think he's GonNa win this. Interesting Tony Ferguson. All Hartman all hard I think his technique in his. Rhythm. And cadence is is off. It's it's unusual. It's unusual timing. His movements are unorthodox. He makes a lot of mistakes, but it is believing himself carries him through a lot of tough situations. And last one D as. A fighter spider. I don't know the guy personally we. Had, you know words over social media before we were supposed to fight for once, but every time he fights I'm going to tune in, and there's something magnetic about his fighting style. That is why he has the fan base, and that he has, but I'll I'd love to. Last last one whole. Hey, value teammates got a big one coming up. He's in tough against US man who spends a minus three hundred and five dollar favorite hoyas PAT plus two forty five. What are your thoughts on the fights? short-notice fights in Abu Dhabi a lot of variables working against Mazda Vidal. But what are your thoughts i? Mean obviously you're pulling for them. Like what should we look for in that one you know? It's a short notice because he wasn't. He didn't have a contract sign, but let me tell you what this guy was there. My whole training camp was my main sparring partner. We probably put in five weeks of sparring together. He flew in wrestlers the best wrestlers in the world. I think they put him up the guys there just for George just for Macedonia us and the guy never stopped training, even when the fight fell through and gave it to burn. It was at the end of my training camp. George was still in the gym everyday like he had a fight avenue if he knew something that we didn't, but the guy was in training camp. The whole time never stopped. I think he's going to surprise a lot of people. What kind of shape he's in? His timing is going to be good because he was in the in my camp the whole time you know. Helping a few guys, not just me. He was helping a few guys. He's in invite shape I know that much. This isn't a guy coming off the couch. This is a guy who was preparing to fight youth. In the fell through and any training. Like I said I don't know if he just had a premonition, but had a feeling, but he was in the gym nonstop, so I'm excited for music, good guy and a pioneer of martial arts so great to see him. Get these opportunity you. You just made that line in Vegas drop. We're GONNA get our bets in before this comes out teddy. Don't say anything. Well, thanks, thanks for introducing US to or hey. By the way we had him on the show, it was a huge hit him and teddy got along famous fabulously. It was awesome to meet him and I can't thank you enough for putting us in contact. My Pleasure Man I knew you guys will get along he's. He's a guy who's finally like this guy has been a you know he's. He's well-spoken. He's fun to watch. There's something about his character. That kind of draws you in and makes you want to see more, and he's been like that for years and years and I'm just so happy to see him finally. Get the push in for for the fan base in the company to finally recognize. The guy's value because man, he's an incredible fighter. Funny Guy, a hard worker. You know it's good. Things are happening to good people for sure, and or does one of those men. Yeah. Well listen I WANNA be sensitive to your time I know you're on vacation. Really appreciate a teddy. You got anything else before. We say goodbye to Dustin Yeah. Just tell you wife and child again your daughter, thank you and sorry for keeping you off the beach. Where you really should be. Head steady with two guys like we can't. We appreciate you appreciate. You are not just fuller doing the ring for. Would you do outside doing so? Thank you. Thank you and thanks for everything you do as. Your legend always have time to think to you guys. Thank you for for the Thank you. Thanks Dustin and I just want to remind everyone. Please check out the good fight group DOT. com, good fight group, dot com, and you can see all the good things that Dustin in his crew down Lafayette of doing for the people down there and Dustin. Thank you very much for doing this. Really appreciate you hope to fans enjoy it. In thanks, everyone for listening. Thank you for the support. Teddy. Thanks for doing what other what other thing one last think goes down you still there. Yeah. Verbs allows punch. All right. Thank you guys. Are, you toss. Cement dust and thanks and that was excellent. Thank you. Off! Name..
Officer Stabbed in Downtown Washington DC; Homeless Man Intervened
"Responding to a call near Franklin Square downtown for reports of a man beating a woman on New York Avenue. The officer was stabbed in the head and neck. Ah, homeless man intervened to help the woman had fled. Police spokesman Dustin Stern back says the officer's injuries do not appear to be life threatening. The suspect has been arrested. New this hour. Jeffrey Epstein's constant on and
Dustin Johnson hits lucky 21 with Travelers Championship win
"Is Dustin Johnson, the winner for the 21st time in his illustrious PGA Tour career, winning by one yesterday, the Travelers Championship finished get 19 under par. Kevin's Trilling was in second place Rocket Mortgage Classic this week after the trade Golf Club Dustin Johnson is not participating.
Johnson wins Travelers to extend career-long season streak
"Dustin Johnson ended a long drought yesterday after he won the travelers championship and extended his career long season win streak to thirteen he closed out the day with a three under sixty seven for the one stroke win over Kevin Streelman Johnson won last in Mexico City in March of twenty
Saharan dust fills skies with haze, limits storms in Miami
"You you you you may may may may have have have have noticed noticed noticed noticed a a a a haze haze haze haze in in in in the the the the sky sky sky sky you you you you can can can can blame blame blame blame it it it it on on on on a a a a plume plume plume plume of of of of Saharan Saharan Saharan Saharan dust dust dust dust that's that's that's that's making making making making its way through the upper atmosphere to Dustin warm air keeps tropical storm development low NASA says the dust may hang around through mid August when it does leave that's when we will see an increase in tropical storm development
Toddler Stabbed in Northeast DC, Suspect in Custody
"Matthews a two year old girl was stabbed last night in northeast DC the toddler survived the stabbing in DC police do have a suspect in custody it happened in the courtyard of an apartment complex along Benning road not far from the Rosedale recreation center that you call the police spokesman Dustin stern back says the suspect has no known relationship to the two year old girl nearby patrol officers responded and provided medical treatment until paramedics could arrive the suspect twenty one year old vontade right of southeast DC was arrested quickly and charged with assault with intent to kill and cruelty to a child corporate W. a mail in W. one A. L. dot
"dustin" Discussed on Fake the Nation
"They struggle to understand what it's like to quarantine without one. I worry that the chasm between the singles on the couples is growing too wide to cross now wa I has quarantine life amplify has quarantine life Amplified the single couple of for you guys. Where are you in your in Your Situations Dustin? I'm in a couple. You know last forever where the woman I love very much over ten years plus and I. That's that's kind of one of the reasons that I don't WanNa go out too soon because I'm really enjoying this quality time and because we don't get to see each other both comics were on the road a lot. We're both kind of mixing schedules. And so I'M NOT GONNA lie. It's been a lot of fun. I mean I could do without the wiping down everything. Every five seconds split is just getting to know each other better and laughing more spending quality time. I'm it's back. She'd been great. We start a podcast together. And that's been cool. It's kind of like our couch to your couch kind of experience. And it's really brought us closer together and but also feel that you know. It's I feel bad for people that maybe weren't a rocky relationship right. When the started I can imagine that. Just being in this situation with somebody you don't get along with or you know that kind of thing but I don't know I don't know if there needs to be a divide or awareness. I mean sometimes we feel bad because we don't post that we're having too much fun to people may tacos again and everybody's the I have someone who loves me. You know somebody just talking to their cat or whatever so I I I. We try to be conscious of it you know. That's for sure Z. Which your setup. I'm single okay. So I don't represent the panel represents a diversey way. How has it been lonely? I suppose but overall I'm glad that I'm not stuck with someone I hate so there are worse there. It's like this is not right because I am forty emails in right here. The emails of support for like yes already gone caters horny. Yeah.
Atlanta city councilman proposes $1,000 fine, up to 6 months in jail for street racing
"Donuts in the middle of the road street racing Atlanta city councilman Dustin Hillis tells channel two action news I live about a half mile away from here and hi in my house with the doors and windows close was awakened by the noise is from the mufflers and the tires screeching he says enough is enough so today he'll propose to the full council a one thousand dollar fine and up to six months in jail if caught
"dustin" Discussed on Gettin' Grown
"Kid back. We're going to have a good time. All right we're going to hang out with US then He's GonNa kick it with this show. We're going to scoot over into the trash and then we're going to head over to the kitchen table because we're gonNA talk since we're all since we're all home an taking advantage of our Wifi and cable services it. We're GONNA TALK TV at the kitchen table with us quite a few things In the area of programming that we have to discuss the impact. And we're just excited to have dustin here with his insights right so we're going to scoot over to the trash and then we're gonNA move forward with the rest of our program only do keep the trash in our kitchen. Table talk is also lots of TV pop culture and things like that so Quickly some some Some some nice things the wnba honor gee-gee in Mamba Teammates as honorary twenty twenty draft. Pick so I thought that was really nice. We do they continue to you. Know they continue to honor them and I think is beautiful Your orange asshole wants to reopen America. I mean just immune systems be damned. Okay we just starting with. We don't have any. We just have we just lear literally walking through this whole country by ourselves. We're being led. No we have like everybody finished..
"dustin" Discussed on Busted Open
"This is Dave Greco today's episode. Wwe Hall of Famer. Bully Ray and I get into smackdown from this past Friday and we talk about the fiend and Goldberg. That's taking place in Saudi on Thursday afternoon. Are we going to see a new? Wwe Universal Championing Gobert. And so what would that do to the fien? Bray Wyatt moving forward. Also we have a great sit down. Conversation with Dustin arose of a e. W We talk about the new eighty w toy line but we also talk about the locker room and some seminars that Dustin has been doing for the roster and then we get into what we saw this past Saturday in the world of boxing that's Tyson fury and wilder and how it relates to the wwe the WWe influence on that fight. And can we see Tyson fury at Wrestlemainia? Thirty six all that right now on the bus.
"dustin" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"Tickets are premiere productions reduction DOT COM. You'RE GONNA find my little Mug or you can go to DESTIN NICKERSON DOT COM. We'll do some direct links. You're the best you're the best and you type in Promo Code. That sounds fun and that's going to give you five dollars off. That's awesome. Well thank you that's very kind of you and and premier chain Emma and all the people people all the people who are making that happen yeah absolutely yeah we're excited about. That's awesome so four show. Tell me the difference between headlining and opening for you pressure I mean I do. It's like half and half for me. The headliner has all the pressure. I love being an opener because there's no you get to be like the pleasant surprise of the show. There's no oh pressure. I just did a radio show. I always forget how to see her last name Jennifer full film. She has a serious I the Catholic I mean we could look her up. I'll look at it. I don't I know how it spells. I don't know how to say it. You said the Catholic as if it's the one she's the Catholic Catholic podcast on but I'm open to more anyway. She was telling me how she like. She saw me opening for John and it was like ignoring me for the first few minutes and because that's a lot of time what you do with openers around John's GonNa come out and then she's like everybody's laughing I was like I guess I'll pay attention. This guys pretty good and that's easy like I can convince people because I'm good enough at comedy that if if you have no expectations for me it's great but the advantage of headlining as you just get more time you can explore more ideas. You can be when you do twenty minutes. You're like Bam Bam Bam. I just WanNa be funny as I can as fast as I can and really trying to it gets them fans here and on a longer set you can explore more ideas you actually should it's actually you should take a little bit of a break like you're still going to be funny along the way yeah but so you don't have that pressure of a punchline every twelve to eighteen seconds later in your set. You know you can't laugh that long like physically. You can't enjoying exactly exactly so you can you can tell longer stories you can express them different ideas you can so that's fun. I like to get to talk longer. I'm her last name. Her name is Jennifer full wiler full wiler. That's how you say you're GONNA go back and edit like no no no. She doesn't nailed it first time clear take Jennifer cool even do it right this one five us all the way back and then we're going to game and then we're gonNA. I'm so into it but this is a serious areas lookback. I just keep thinking there's got to be people who are listening and as we are telling the church story going yeah. I haven't been to church in four years because of and I'm super done what church and I saw a friend of mine tweet on Sunday just wanted you to know that if that I see you those of you who for your life churches hard and you find a church and you're not happy in church or and you're are not going anymore. so for anybody who's listening that has has a story whether it's similar to yours or minor. It's totally different but has led them to stop going to turn. What do you say congratulations on your Sundays back? Have you ever slept on a Sunday some skiving school the best feeling in the world yeah yeah yeah yeah that's right. It's not in my nature to give serious answers to things be helpful for it'd be domino. No I want I want to I want to think on this. I'll go long winded. One of my favorite parts about what my life has become is that I feel free to be who I want to be and I don't mean that on some moral failure level. I was telling somebody recently as you know who I'm concerned about. The people whose beliefs have never changed. The person who believes is literally everything they were taught by the first person that taught to them what I thought about this recently. At how arrogant am I that I would think it's like a very dangerous thought to I think the first church in first faith set of beliefs that you got saved into his right about everything that's a dangerous like your God's chosen son that you get all all right about all of you read about the age of the Earth we read about women's role's worried about LGBT issues. You're a by the end of the Earth. You got them all right. You got them all. Ah Everything you've got communion right. You Got Baptism right your first one. You got all it's very arrogant thought elitist. You know to think that there aren't answers. I answered elsewhere to be found so I feel so encouraged unhappy about my faith right now in that I've leaned into the things things that I get excited about and I don't care as much about the things that I never did get excited about so like I'm not like a big doctrine guy like I and I was for a while and because I was at doctrine heavy churches and I've used example before like when people were writing the creeds like there are also other people like paintings eighteen in the catacombs and I want to be the catacomb guy and you know what both are important expressions of belief to that individual and the other two won't get each each other. The other ones like the artist is like this guy is a real snooze fest over here you know just writing down all our beliefs and guards this what we believe in doing votes having meetings aw kill me no thank you and the other guys like that guys in the tombs fainting just both are great and that's what I would encourage urged people is. I don't think about we didn't we didn't find a church situation based on the church service because we had been to I'd been to the coolest most satisfying to me church experience that I was ever going to go to the music was better than it could of ever been. I loved it so much. I still listen to some of those old bands. I loved him so much and and mark was insightful and funny and I'd never heard anything like him before and it was as cool as it went and then I just got bored of it because it wasn't wasn't really what matter to me like a good Sunday church services just not an important part of my faith. It's not that's not to say not to go because we do go. I always tell people like I want to be known in. What I'm for not what am against people go like Oh yeah Dustin? He's anti that or doesn't like that doesn't like that or someone could describe you as the things that you're passionate Ashington about and the things that you very clearly care about and that's where your time and your money and your resources in your energy Goto and so that's what I would encourage anybody is work from that work from the things that make you happy and joyful and excited about doing and then find a place that does that hat because that exists. You're not alone in that you know in you'll feel that's like that to me. Feels like calling me that to me feels like I I really do feel that I'm doing precisely what I was put on earth to do and that so now than ever now than ever but that's knowing that there are a ton of people that would disagree with me about myself too which I would say. I don't care yeah who you don't get to be an authority over me no but that's not been put you don't get that over me you know and that's based on your own predisposition and your own judgements and you you know we're we're just I hate this term the faith journey thing but I we like where we're at right now and what if Melissa didn't agree with you. She doesn't agree with me on some stuff you know like and that's great too. She's an individual within and as immensely beautiful and a deep thinker and some of the stuff that comes out I'm just blown away by and I can't like they'll just be just like the the like the compassion that she bleeds like for like the least of these as like this is the most Christian thing I've ever seen I've ever seen and sometimes she skips church on Sundays and I love that yeah. She's like it was a hard day. I couldn't thank you and you were gone and I couldn't get the three kids to church and I'm like wonderful. Yeah you know what you did. Is You know what you did do. Is You watch single. MOMS kids this week. Yeah that that that's seems Christian to me so there are a million things that we like disagree on but we do agree on right now is is you know these these very similar to this. These conversations conversations that we have and not judging the Gosh if you're if you're in a relationship and you're judging that other persons faith that and where they're at I mean I mean it's one thing what if somebody's like having a fall from grace but like I don't know man I believe change you know like and I'm not saying dramatically changed teams or anything like that not that I even try and thinking thinking like us and them type terms but like I don't are circumstances change our brains literally change any are biologically our brains change so yeah I mean if she disagrees in when she disagrees I like it and I'm just like well. What what can I learn from you because you're a wildly different person than me but you're also the most interesting fascinating person in the world to me so okay yeah all right so good answer thank you that was a long winded way but no one is wishing this was over? Yeah it was over so no one listening is like I wish that guy was up and ready to play a game. I can't wait to play a game. I've never done this in this is to find out where my integration is Outta here. We already know finding out anything. I'm going to name mutual friends we have and some famous people and I want you to tell me what food okay they are and why okay that's amazing. I thought you were going to drive. It asked me to describe him in one word and they were going to be like well. We weren't sure if Dustin is a Christian and now we know. I want you to turn these people into food. Turn them into food okay. Are you ready yeah. We're GONNA do just a handful isn't gonNA be long okay but you gotTA. We gotta just don't be scared. First thing comes to mind ready Bob Goff Bob Goff Bob Goff is whatever your favorite comfort food is Bob Goff is like an Apple Pie August warm and you're so happy there and you're just feels like a holiday. He's there yeah Trey Kennedy. trae Kennedy is a lacroix trick. Is the drink yeah yeah like. I like this. It's doesn't you know I know I like this. This is like a very palatable I did not I don't it's not going to weigh me down too much. I yeah he's Lacroix. Everybody likes loughrey. Angela Johnson Angela Tesla Johnson is is hot wings Angela Angela John Angela Johnston is one of my favorite humans. I love her. I pichai wings coming up with these on the fly hot wings or something that everybody can enjoy together. Everybody gets around table and enjoys Angela Johnson and that's what hot wings are very good at John Christie's. What's John Chris? Don Chris would probably be a chick-fil-a sandwich right. I mean it feels Julius who still do easy that one. you know what actually judge answer actually the first thing that actually jumped him and I didn't WanNa they just said how wings John is like a drumstick like like chicken wings and that's because that's how it shaped the very personal friend there that route. Nobody's actually shake right but okay John Aaron Tuning Aaron Shooting What is there in shooting Aaron shooting I would say Aaron? Shooting is the bread that comes before the meal that you secretly end up liking way more more than the meal like. This is the best part of this I didn't I didn't expect this to be the best part of this like anytime you see him in project very behind the scenes and then you're like you you were the best part of that whole thing and that's always.
"dustin" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast
"It's still get time later for sure exactly. It's always good to get started now. I love it that can help with real estate yeah. This is so so true. I wish we had some experts here. Let's wrap it up. Close it out yeah weird. You mentioned a handful of books on the episode but i don't have any <hes> i mean we talked about rich poor dad yeah. I got a life changer couple of me. <hes> i wanna say daily stoic but that's not it. It's <hes> obstacle is the way i read them both at the same time and that just let me up <hes>. I didn't know funny at f._s._u. I went to f- issue a florida university. I'd i'd wanna floss affi major and i had taken a class. The parents heard about it and they're like no so it stopped there and i actually they went and attended something just for free like in the back you know and then it just went away but then like coming across these books in the power of stoicism and how one responds ends to stimulus or bad things are great things how one should conduct oneself that was a game changer and i read that right at the start of the transition <hes> here and it really when i started here. <hes> it really like as like oh man. This is awesome so i read a lot of that stuff. Stoicism in meditations by markets are really yes books classic ryan holiday coming out to does he. It's something about stillness so it's probably just as good but yeah i remember transitioning when i was in chicago. Remember when we started restarted evergreen prophets yeah that's what i got huge into and just settled yeah it could settle all the squirrelly ideas you might have in your brain and yeah let's settle seek and then it says what are the couple of pieces. I should move not the fifty at once confused again. I read obstacles the way during that transition when i was when i sold learned to blog and i was in that like six month window of what am i gonna do next was when i read schools kind of same idea all of that's great very cool awesome it now. Where's the best place for folks to check you out and dive in deeper yea absolutely well. We talked a lot about the show. If folks have an interest in the wealth creation all forms of that-that's at <hes> get welfare dot com which is nice little redirect so you don't have to type in a really long one <hes> and all the shows are there. You know all the places that that folks listen to podcasts. It'll be there <hes> if they wanna check out a course or two while fit dot com and then <hes> folks want to connect with me grateful for that <hes> sort of my favorite social media. The flavors of the month are lincoln <hes> that actually no. I don't get a lot of people that reach out to me on that. Which is a way to get a hold of me if that's what you desire <hes> <hes> and then i'm still on facebook but you know i know. I need to be on instagram <hes> but you know lincoln. They really need to be on their based on what you're probably doing better with social media than we are. That's true so so i'm on there and it's just the dustin matthews on all of them actually yeah the dustin matthews sweet nailing komo on the show notes as always appreciate us man yeah. Thanks thanks for having me interesting to actually get a fist bump in person at the virtual real- one this this can happen sooner in studio. Thanks everybody for listening to this episode of the hustle and flow chart podcast for taking the time to listen. We want to give you something a little bit special every episode that we do. We actually have somebody on our team. Take notes. It's we basically have a cliff's notes version of every episode where you can go and find all of the tips and tactics that they laid out all of the resources that they laid out all the good stuff from this episode. We actually have a nice simple note version that you can find on our website..
"dustin" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast
"Dustin thinking that that was a good name. There's already a game called freeze tag said ankle Raleigh a fun one. To know you need a different name. Freeze free freezer said Dustin out loud safety freeze safe ice, safe ice, safe ice, said Raleigh to be sure. His that. Okay. Asked Dustin safe ice. I like it sounds kind of fun. So now that you have a name you need to find a way to get their attention and make them interested in it give it some thought. And then let me know how it goes. Then ankle Raleigh scuttled off. Duston looked up at the silver moon and considered what his uncle said he needed to enroll his friends to get them excited about his game. He sat for a little while longer when a few friends of his came running past and one called, hey, Dustin or playing scam wanna come this time. It won't be a big group. No, thanks said, Dustin. I'm going to play safe ice. Scott, his friends attention and three of them stopped running turned around and walked over to him safe ice asked one what's that asked the other Dustin smiled to himself and then said hits a new game where you run around and try to catch other crabs. But if you freeze totally freeze like ice than you're safe cool said one of the crabs, but why run around why not stay frozen. Maybe there can be a shell or something that you're trying to get sure said Dustin you can try to get the shell. But not get caught by somebody else. So you freeze go freeze. Go said, the first crab. What if there were two shells or three asked the second crab. Yeah. Agreed Dustin that would be fun. And when you get the shell. Then what do you do asked? The third crab said the first what do you think Dustin? Maybe you try to get all three he suggested, and you have to give one up if you get caught said the second now filled with excitement, let's play Duston was delighted it worked. He enrolled his friends into playing a new game a game. He made up. So when they collected three shells and place them in a wide triangle. They started to play they ran and ran and froze froze. And when one crab would get close to a shell other crabs would try to catch them. But then another crab would get close to a different shell. And they would run over there. It kept changing and switching and going fast slow to still too fast. Again, they laughed took breaks and ran and laugh some more. And then in a few instances, they changed the rules. The crab that had the shell could easily outrun the others. So they suggested that the crab had to balance the shell on his or her head another time they decided that all eight legs had to be touching the sand when they froze and also they decided no pinching when running. While they played other crabs noticed their game and asked how to play they explained and then many of them asked to play they played all night long. And by the time the sun started to rise the game had grown to almost twenty crabs. When the adult crabs called that. It was time to come home. Dustin told his mother and father and grandparents uncles Raleigh all about the game. And how much fun? It was sounds like you had a lot of crabs excited about what you wanted to do said raleigh's smiling at him. I enrolled them said Duston smiling back, and then he let out a long tired yawn. Well, done said, his uncle, I'm tired. He said softly, high believe it said his mother as she tapped him with one of her pinschers you've been running all night. Then she led him to a channel under the sand. Where Duston was going to sleep that day. He could feel that the tide was coming back in and soon there would be many feet of water all around him to keep him cool during the warm spring day. His mother climbed in the channel I and scuttled down under the sand dust and followed and the two of them snuggled together and smiled. It had been a good night. Thought dust into himself, then he yawned again and talked his eyes stocks down. Folded his legs under his body. He felt his mother's strong pinchers round him like a hug and felt the swirl of the title waters around him. This was his favourite part. Feeling the quiet current of the tide slowly move in and slowly out. It was so relaxing. And with the comforting swirl of the water and the protective hug from his mother, Dustin, the little sand crab fell deeply and peacefully asleep.
"dustin" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"And I know you were his strategist at the time, and I know you were working with the coach as well, how much of that is improvisation and how much of that is just like, Yep, we meant to do that. So Scott Whitten was coached relationship with Dustin and I, I went to school at saddleback junior college in southern California with Chris Whittenberg. I then went with Christner's. My brother runs tennis camp in Germany come on over. So I went to Germany, join my summer in college, and he's older brother, Kim Wittenberg was there, and there's the middle bronze, Scott. So Scott ends up. Well, he would just now I'm coach at this camp back in eighty nine and ninety in around ninety. Three Dustin comes there. I think as a twelve year old boy and he spends a lot of time at this can't be Germany. You knows all the brothers. The brothers introduced to me, I know it when he gets to and then we turn up Wimbledon win MOS at twenty fifteen. I think. And you said, you know, if you need some help this tournament, just just ask love to help you. And so then he's like, Craig, I, I've seen the draw if I win this match, then I've got of the raphaelite listen, I know exactly how to play this guy. You know, is the analysts. The study. Wrath is sudden box is one of the greatest players of all times Incas of all time. I have such huge respects him, but you know, it's one of the reasons that rap is so insanely good as does the same monotonous thing again. And again, because it wins just thinks to finish patents. So I know every serves going note the scores. This is probably this and Dustin just has. It was the perfect storm because what Dustin does well l. really plugs into what Rafeh doesn't like. So it's the short appoints. It's the initial attacking code that match. Johnston strategy it was algen is chaos, and that's what it must've felt. You know, before the match if you cry, you know, you've got gotta put a hundred bucks the white as he put on Duston Reverend, like I'm all in on Dustin l. doubled down on Dustin. I really thought Dustin was to favor that match because Dustin knew exactly how to play Rafeh. In one example in the to school when Rafeh serves our second serve, it is always back in two thousand fifteen. It's always going to be on the tape. Dustin stands over automatically more towards the middle, the court. So he's two stamps. I've at Dustin, gives up the outweighed serve. He shots down the middle serve, oh, the other players step sideways to that at return, Dustin Jordy behind it. So he's stepping in and I say, Dustin, every other guy to wants to attack rap is back in don't go there. It's the straight young onto the floor in what Rasa does so. Well. L. is an enforced to these backhand side to site. I'm not gonna get a banking. I'm gonna flooring. So he's already waiting that why he's bodied by white, which makes him very vulnerable out wide the foreign. So time and time. Again, as you watched that match, you'll see Dawson returning Jews cord straight down the line dust and sitting on it whiting on it. I know the Serbs gonna guard Dustin noses could Braford doesn't noted returns going to do that. And he never adjusted and it's been reason why Dustin on that match. Wow. Break his one for you. All you will you rather because it's past tense. Well, you surprised Refah as good as he is. Doesn't name change. Strategy doesn't go from plan to plan b. through the DC because I'm guessing if you're going to be one of the best in the world and of all time, you've got more than one ice up your sleeve. I guess I was working for the Wimbledon channel. Then after the match I went up and spoke to Arab Bill Croft..
"dustin" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football
"Play in in their hands meaning when they're doing it under their system at their facility and i think at who knows you know the more we have these conversations the more you see a high profile athlete like dustin pedroia coming back following a procedure like this the more you might see some evelyn of that and not everyone's a candidate you heard him say if you're the bigger heavier larger frame athlete and depending on the particular lesion of cartilage that you have it may not be a fit but for the right candidate this can be a really good option matthew wouldn't be a candidate matthew would never have the injury because it would involve hustling in any case thank you daniel for your excellent production as always our thanks to dr riley williams from the hospital for special surgery my thanks to dustin pedroia for giving me a little sound the other night so that we could include it in this podcast and we wish him the best of success and hopefully mom you all got to learn a little bit about cartilage restoration procedures through the podcast today so thanks very much for listening to answering the belt and we hope to see you again soon or talk to you again soon stay healthy she's got a smile that will melt your heart she's being hey fantasy knowledge is just start skin are high out there.
"dustin" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Dustin conscious we will not accept it should be will not be fun so please make sure clean don't spend grain if you're single quality stand for he will receive a beautiful about fourteen it's ticket ticipant our wants oftentimes arts music to voice over a year at the year get no recognition by the wards show chick knowledge i'll go raked his kids under are worth rs we think that your participation alone very nominated tippy would fit you email burn your dame joan in in instruction well so being have your security fourteen each plane on their while fang dimitrius thanks rodney after you're single is accepted and you receive or certificate of participation your song will be signed a special number that is unique to your real name stage name if you have one the song title and shonda each of us will review and rate your song when you're wrong is rated that rating will be matched to the artist or the representative who submitted the single and that rating will stay with that single throughout the rest of the nomination process until june thirty two thousand eighteen away our nomination process will work will be as follows if we receive an except five singles in january for our jazz category for example only one of those songs will be nominated for january out of the five civilized song however the other for singles that were not nominated will move over to february to be considered for nomination in that month along with any other accepted singles in that month in the jazz category what this means is that artists who submit their single in january or as soon as possible will have the most opportunities to be nominated until june thirtieth two thousand eighteen the same is true for all of the other seven categories by june thirty two thousand eighteen we should have six nominees for each of the eight categories for a total of forty eight nominees angel things to me.
"dustin" Discussed on Showstopper
"And then the one before that there was a lot of like i think it featured women may women women together like a marriage and kissing day big it's from the forties to like really like even older the ads almost like images that predate the contact dustin saw an early cut of these home videos it had to write a theme song to go with it i guess i thought of an opening you always think something that has to be through big or make a statement in and when she showed me the the real that would that would play an opening it was so understated in this beautiful way and it was so real and nothing was wasn't just set the tone of what was coming and then it was one of those moments where i was recording really late in my studio and doing take and you just sometimes you just get a take and you hope you don't have to re record it because sometimes there's just something special in it and you can try to go back and do it but it just doesn't have the same feeling and i think it was probably two am in my studio burland and i just felt really relaxed and i wasn't worrying about this piece working or not and that's why it works there really wasn't much back and forth i remember while because even before your magic take there was we had a couple conversations about i think maybe a few things you had sketched out worth maybe a little straightforward and then and then i think we had one conversation where we were like what about like a wall there's a little more alter like and.
"dustin" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"All of them when you go over that 2017 list have been proven real this is happening i just like they were calling it the 2017 list throat who proof well this is like what happens when you allow it to occur earned a surface for so long that everything's gonna come bubbling up so right it's like this is just what happens uh he says on a show in ireland called the late late show uh that he brought up dustin hoffman who was accused of sexual misconduct by several women called the childhood stuff quote the dustin hoffman thing i'm on the fence about that but these people on the fence never read the whole article wheat a guest on that day and what when when when more dustin hoffman news came out and and they say what it does not like dustin hoffman witchhunt the guy the gas was thrown out these words and i'm like well i happen to have all of those noppen thing in front of me and i'm saying this disgusting physical things that he's doing even just tell somebody cleverly i would like ard where they gonna stop work kla taurus there's actually more and it goes oh i didn't know that then why are you so angry and why did you bring it up i'm on the fence their them read something in but how why would you be i'm on the fence but i must say this anyway i think dustin hoffman was and i'm not saying of done similar things like what he did apparently cuts in other girls.
"dustin" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Of these accusations we gotta be careful an an and we need to recalibrate a little bit here it is not right that a woman can come forward today and accuse a man of something thirty or forty years ago and have that automatically ruin that man's life that's not right what do we do i don't know i don't know how we how we how we handle that this stuff i don't know how we it try to enforce due process amid it just it it it so unfair again not not to defend any of these men and not to necessarily highlight any of these men dustin hoffman is in front of me right now because three women were on abc news last night accusing him of doing horrible things forty years ago when they were teens uh and i i don't give a damn about dustin hoffman i really don't care about dustin hoffman dustin hoffman is probably just stood in on old lefty hollywood lefty twit i i'm i'm not here in any with regard to defend dustin hoffman but i i am using him simply as an example because right every day every day another man right is accused of something every day there are more charges of sexual harassment in the air taking down another man in any industry any walk of life in this country and i don't think the process is fair i don't think what's happening the dustin hoffman is fair his reputation right now is being destroyed and think about that for a moment uh by women who've come forward alleging things from ages ago dustin hoffman reputation is being destroyed we will never find out think about this if what these women are alleging is true if what their alleged gene really happened will never find that out and jet dustin hoffmann says reputation has been ruined my word think about that think about the power of that to simply poke your head up right in the public square right and say show and so did this to me forty years ago there's no cross examination there's no litigation there's no dueprocess what's dustin hoffman supposed to do what what kenny do none of this by the way is.