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Some Lanes Closed On Lake Shore Drive Bridge Over Chicago River Through Friday Afternoon
"And weather together on the eights. Here's Bo Durant. Not a lot of major problems this morning. Cisco. We're looking pretty good across the board this in spite of the fact that we do still have some light snow falling in the north suburbs right now, no major delays on the Eaton's or the Kennedy, though both are checking in at the speed limit, Same surround the Eisenhower No major delays on the Stevenson is just 30 minutes to get from 3 55 intellectual drive this morning 20 minutes in from the Tri state Outbound you find the Dan Ryan on the in bound side at 17 minutes from 95th downtown. Just the brake lights on from 18th Rose about the outbound side of Ryan is looking good. 50 seven's alright. The Bishop Ford is clear. With Lakeshore drive. Okay on the north and the South bound sides. That's in spite of the fact that you have some new roadwork on Lake Shore drive. Couple of lanes closed both directions over the Chicago River until Friday afternoon. Crews doing some maintenance to the lakeshore drive bridge over the river. So you have two lanes blocked until Friday afternoon. Expect delays getting over the river this week on the drive
Morgan Stanley buying Boston-based Eaton Vance in deal valued at $7 billion
"Buying Eaton Vance on DH. It's a $4 billion deal a lot positive to say about it. And yet Morgan Sandy's Doc Rudi isn't doing much. It's big and Allison Williams, senior analyst, global investment banks in asset management for Bloomberg Intelligence. Is that a very good summary Allison. This is being pretty well regarded by most everybody, but really not investors than it's not really doing anything for them. Well, I think the stock's not down, so that's that's a positive sign. And I think I guess that what went this is price, but they're buying strategically, so time will tell. You know, Time will tell what the actual you know what they got versus what they paid for, but I think it's a great fit. It's very consistent with Dictations. But the company has articulated in terms of they've been over a long term shifting towards wealth and asset management. They did the e trade deal. Catholic mass market customers Digital banking again Ah, full price but rounds out something strategy. Smaller that's generally been by design. They want out of much larger unit full disclaimer, which is where I worked, but they have now that over time, and they had a really they haven't you know, in current day, a really strong institutional business. I mean, the floes inactive equity been stellar of standout versus the industry, but really smile and fixed income. They're smaller than a lot of the other investment banks. So this really You know it scares them up on fixed income. But I think the most interesting aspect to us is really, you know, sort of SG and we think that you know we're at a really pivot point for issue in the industry. It's held up better than expected. Through the down markets that it is they're really buying into areas of for the future. Allison. I guess what I know of the asset management business. Just in general is it is a tough business and getting tougher by the day, There's the movement from active to passive. There's the pressure on fees. If Morgan Stanley, why am I spending $7 billion on a business with a really tough revenue outlook? I think, because the products that they're getting are probably in the right spot. So you know to your point. There's a lot of pressure in the industry. We call abroad pressure because not just Passive but in the products even within hedge fund, which is a higher price product product, you know, we're seeing fees, you know, fee rates that are are, you know record lows and sort of gate that we have right? So There's broadly pressure, but there are pockets. There's pockets about performance. I just talked about the few pressure and had funds, but the charges three and 30, you talked about the pressure and active, But, you know, Morgan being family thing. Good clothes there. And then it is another area where no alluded to earlier. You know who he looked at, You know, sort of in the second quarter when we were sort of, really, Onda. Really tough, slow period across categories. Yes, she actually held up really well. And that's really one of us. That the area is that The advance is strong and the other area with Seek to eat Ban is, you know they have they caught a customized solutions business with that, in general, is Treat Tio. They also add two alternatives. So even though we talk a lot Alison is coming in and out. I think we should probably that Alison go. We didn't get much of her intelligence from her in those first few minutes, though, on this deal on some Williams, a senior analyst for global investment banks on Assad Management for Bloomberg Intelligence, and it's
Eaton Vance shares up nearly 50% on news of Morgan Stanley acquisition
"Stanley has agreed to purchase Eaton Vance for about $7 Billion.8 advances, Shareholders will receive a total cash in stock consideration of about $56.50 a share that represents a 38%. Premium overeat advances closing price yesterday the acquisition will beef up Morgan Stanley's asset management are which is like behind that of rival Goldman, Sachs, Gina Serve Eddie Bloomberg radio.
Trump panned over reports he called US war dead 'losers'
"In the wake of an explosive report claiming the president insulted members of the military who sacrificed their lives for this nation. In the report, The Atlantic magazine says the president privately referred to fallen American troops as quote suckers and losers Moments ago, the president said the report is a hoax and called Americans in uniform heroes. Here's CBS's Wegener at the White House. Chip. In addition to calling that article a hoax, saying it was made up by fake sources, the president called the Atlantic Dying magazine that's just trying to gain some sort of relevance. Many members of the military and their loved ones don't see it that way. There was a totally fake story. President. Trump adamantly denied claims he called fallen U. S soldiers, losers and suckers for getting killed. It was a terrible thing that somebody could say the kind of things and especially to make. The president allegedly made the comments while in France in 2018, as part of his reason for not visiting a cemetery near Paris, where American troops are buried. According to the report. Mr Trump cancelled the trip because he feared his hair would become dishevelled in the rain. 10 sources 10 Went on the record debunking these lies. The White House insists the cemetery visit was canceled due to weather but backlash to the bombshell story brewed quickly. My son, Matthew. It is not a loser. Gold star families rebuked the president in a new ad and retired major general Paul Eaton and posted this direct message. You're no Patriot. I tell you about a patriot. My father was killed in Vietnam. The article also said that when Senator John McCain died, president, Trump told senior staffers were not going to support that loser's funeral. Mr Trump insisted, never called McCain reserved, but he has a long history of publicly criticizing the late senator. He's a war hero because he was captured. I like people that weren't captured. Okay. The president also claimed that he was proud to honor McCain's death in 2018. But former Trump Administration official Miles Taylor wrote. That's not true. You were angry that D H S notified federal buildings to lower the flags for Senator McCain. I would know because your staff called and told me
Mask Confrontation Leads to Stabbing, Suspect Fatally Shot by Eaton County Deputy
"Year old man was stabbed in a 43 year old man shot by sheriffs all because the 43 year old didn't want to wear a mask. Body Cam video shows a 43 year old man approaching a deputy with a screwdriver and two knives. The deputy order the man to drop the weapons. He didn't and he was shot that man taken to a hospital but died during surgery. The deputy is on administrative leave That's protocol while the prosecutor reviews the case, by the way, that's 77 year old man. Is in serious condition. Charlie Langton. W. J News Radio 9 50
"eaton" Discussed on Political Scandals
"Lasting political repercussions to Peggy Eaton were clear. Van Buren who had. remained friendly towards her went onto become Jackson's vice president, and later his successor, reaping the full benefits of his initial resignation. As the eighteen sixties historian James Parton. WOULD SAUSALITO put it? The political history of the United States for the last thirty years dates from the moment when the soft hand of Mr Van, Buren touched Mrs Eaton's knocker. As. It was Calhoun resigned his post in eighteen, thirty two just months before van, Buren was due to take over as vice president. Meanwhile the Edens were appointed to Florida where Jonathan served as governor from eighteen, thirty, four to eighteen, thirty six after this, he was made ambassador to Spain where they remained for four years before returning to the states. And spent his remaining career as a lawyer, he died in eighteen, fifty, six, leaving his substantial estate to his fifty seven year old widow this time Hegi waited acceptable three years before remarrying. The lucky groom was her granddaughters Italian. Dance Teacher Nineteen Year old Antonio Book Ignani. Peggy herself did say that she did not love this third husband. My heart was in the grave with John H Eaton. and Antonio's heart was with her granddaughter Emily. Six years later. The young couple ran off to Italy together. They had two children as Antonio continued to Siphon money from his legal wife Peggy They finally divorced in Eighteen, sixty nine, leaving seventy year old. Peggy alone and penniless. She died ten years later at a home for destitute women in Washington DC. Her someone who had caused such a scandal in her day, her death was anticlimactic. But a small consolation, she had the last word. John and Florida Calhoun Emily. Donelson Andrew Jackson Martin Van Buren. And many others involved in the eaten affair had long since preceded her to the grave. And as Peggy was laid to rest alongside John Eaten, a local newspaper made the astute observation. Doubtless among the dead, populating the terrorists of the cemetery. Our some of her assailants cordially is. They may have hated her. They are now her neighbors..
"eaton" Discussed on Political Scandals
"Jackson's actions held decidedly less way in a female regulated society. Even Florida's husband John Calhoun would helplessly wonder about quote. The difficulties in which Florida's behavior would probably involve me. The implications for Calhoun career remained to be seen. Meanwhile, Peggy continued in the genteel pastime of leaving her calling card at the homes of other politically connected women. Custom mandated that these ladies return the favor by paying a visit to the eaten household at a later date. But as weeks turned into months, Peggy's drawing room remained disappointingly empty. As Eliza Johnston the wife of a Louisiana Senator, admitted the movement to exclude Peggy seemed quote arbitrary. She seemed to feel bad for Peggy. Nonetheless. She felt obligated to leave her calls unreturned. In the meantime it wasn't surprising, though certainly unfair that Peggy's been John. Eaton remained indecent favor with Washingtonians. Eaten benefited from a sexual double standard, regarding male and female conduct. Whether or not the gossip about the couple was true. Peggy was irrevocably tainted in the eyes of society, while eaten maintained his favorable reputation. As one politician Richard K call put it eaten, had one blemish and thousand virtues. And so the petticoat war raged on. Washington, wise refused to attend parties where Peggy Eaton would be present save for those unavoidable events, involving foreign legations and certain. White House parties. When they were obligated show face. They simply continue to ignore Peggy. Perhaps, the most astonishing detractor was President Jackson's own niece in law and White House hostess twenty two year old Emily Donelson. Emily was the wife of Rachel's nephew. Andrew Jackson Donelson, the young couple had come to live with the widowed president in Washington with emily in the acting role of first lady. Donaldson was likely spurred along by the opinion of other cabinet. Wives like Florida, Calhoun not to mention her own moral compass, and after one call to Peggy. Emily announced that she was quote so much disgusted with what I have seen of her that I shall not visit her again. Her disdain was especially evident on July ninth. Both emily and Peggy's families were journeying from Washington DC to Norfolk Virginia via steamboat. When emily became sick and was on the verge of fainting? Peggy politely offered her a fan and some Cologne. Emily poignantly rejected. She would rather be rendered unconscious than accept a favor from Mrs Eaten. The incident left. Peggy furious with embarrassment, and she didn't waste time in returning the favor later that day. She told Emily's husband Andrew, that she felt more pity than anything for him and his wife. and Peggy remarked if things didn't go differently, President Jackson might send them packing back to Tennessee. Andrew bit his tongue. This was one of the selective instances able to be passed out from histories letters where Peggy Eaton's blunt and unladylike nature is especially clear. She didn't hesitate to voice her frustration to her own husband and the sprinkling of friends she did have. These brave friends included Mrs, Catherine Berry, the wife of Cabinet member and Postmaster General William Berry as well as a few other political wives. But Emily Donelson. Like most Washington ladies had firmly made up her mind. She give no more than minimum courtesy. She couldn't Ban Mrs. Eaten from White House events, but she could certainly keep her shoulder cold as ever. And while President Jackson chose to look the other way in his own household. It was only a matter of time before he would need to address the eaten affair head on. Coming up. Jackson makes a decision that startles the nation now back to the story. As fall of eighteen, twenty nine approach Andrew Jackson was several months into his first term as president, but so far the greater portion of his efforts had been spent trying to suppress the vicious rumors surrounding peggy eaten. Save for a couple of politicians wives who dared to pay occasional visits to peggy. The vast majority of Washington females had decided she was a scarlet woman. They couldn't risk encouraging her kind much less endangering their own reputations. And this wasn't the only pushback Jackson witnessed against Peggy, his own pastor Presbyterian Minister John N Campbell voiced disapproval towards the eaten woman. Campbell commiserated with another politically connected reverend. Ellie, who penned a series of letters to the new president, advising Jackson against keeping eaten in his cabinet? Jackson was furious and more determined than ever to clear Peggy's name as a sign of his desperation, he even hired private investigators to suss out the rumors surrounding his friend's wife to his triumph. They returned empty-handed. The president wasn't just upset about the assault on Peggy's character. He was angry that high society, a domain both operated by females and cordoned off to them should have any bearing on male politics. And so on September tenth eighteen, twenty nine, the president called a famous meeting of the cabinet. He hoped they could hash it all out in the open, putting an end to the eaten affair once and for all. Husband Secretary of war, John Eaton of course was not present. But? Neither was Vice President John Calhoun. Calhoun was currently visiting his pregnant Loretta at their home in south, Carolina. She had left Washington earlier that year citing rest and relaxation, but as politician. Virgil Maxxie plainly pointed out Florida was simply determined to shun the eaten woman. Jackson made do with the other cabinet members who are in town, and whose wives and daughters had cited against Peggy. These included Secretary of Treasury Samuel Ingram Attorney General, John. Barren and secretary of Navy. John Branch. Joining them were local reverends Ezra stiles, ely and John Campbell perpetrators in the moral issue at hand. On the sympathetic side Sat. JUST TWO FIGURES POST Master General William. Berry who had known peggy since she was a little girl, and whose wife had been friendly towards Peggy as well as Martin Van Buren. Buren was Jackson's Shrewd Secretary of state as a widower, he had no wife or daughter to cater to making him immune to the eaten malaria as he called it. Over the past few months, then buren had continued associating with Peggy a decision, which actively gained him more favor with President Jackson. Now the men shuffled awkwardly into place, as Jackson submitted the evidence or lack thereof from his recent investigation, he was determined to bend everyone to his way of thinking regardless of the persistent rumours, and when one reverend dared to contradict him, old hickory yelled. As chaste as a virgin. In his bullheaded way. Jackson left the meeting thinking. He had settled the matter though he.
"eaton" Discussed on Political Scandals
"Maryland's Louis mclane quipped that Eaton had just married his mistress and the mistress of eleven dozen others. Even Margaret Bayard Smith. The forward, thinking wife of a newspaper publisher had a scathing review on day of the Wedding Smith wrote a letter describing Peggy. She has never been admitted into good. Society is very handsome and of not an inspiring character and violent temper. The ladies declare they will not go to the wedding, and if they can help, it will not let their husbands go. It's worth briefly examining why women like Smith accused Peggy of having violent temper, and what they're deeper motives were in avoiding her. Throughout her life Peggy had several friends who rose above the gender conventions, appreciating her free spirit and political opinions, but too many her charisma was interpreted as a lack of self control, something inappropriate for Genteel women, and which furthered the rumours surrounding peggy. In the early eighteen hundreds women were considered the moral gatekeepers of society as hostesses. They held great power. The ladies in Washington especially saw themselves as the rudders of morality mantis steer the young nation towards virtue and piety. In light of this rebuffing Peggy Eaton was not a simple act of meanness or jealousy, it was a moral choice meant to preserve both their own reputations and the standards of high society. It was their duty to snub her for the greater good. Which is why it was so alarming when Peggy married Senator Eaten further ingratiating herself in political, society. And as word surface that Jackson might make her husband one of the cabinet members, the wives and daughters of Washington's elite steeled themselves for a scandalous rebuttal in eighteen, twenty nine president elect Jackson was eager to include senator eaten in his new cabinet given their long history as friends. Eaten had served as an aide to General. Jackson during his army days, and the pair had been senators of Tennessee together in the early eighteen twenty S. In fact Eaton's marriage to Peggy only strengthened Jackson's resolve to promote his friend. The president elect was outraged by the gossip that called Peggy an adulterous, not least of all, because it echoed recent accusations against his late wife Rachel. With her death just weeks behind him. Jackson was poised to stick it to the same political society whom he believed had killed her. Jackson had already earned the name old. Hickory for good reason, his stubbornness and quick temper could be flipped on instantly when concerns were voiced about Peggy's reputation, he flared up saying. Do you suppose that I have been sent here by the people to consult? The ladies of Washington has to the proper persons to compose my cabinet. And so Jackson selected John Eaton for his cabinet early that Spring, naming him secretary of war. The irony of this would become increasingly clear. Meanwhile Jackson had long since chosen his vice president, a politician by the name of John. C. Calhoun. The man was no stranger to the white. House Calhoun was presently serving as vice president John Adams, but the pair had become estranged in their political views. Realizing he was no match against Adam's second presidential campaign Calhoun had crossed party lines volunteering as Jackson's running mate. It was a shrewd move. Calhoun could serve as veep for another term if Jackson were elected, positioning himself to become his successor after two terms, or perhaps he wouldn't need to wait that long. One needed only to look at Jackson to know the man was in terrible help. Old Hickory was rotting from the inside out at sixty two years old Jackson suffered from chronic pulmonary infections. Malaria dispatch Zia osteomyelitis, bronchitis and decaying teeth to name a few. Calhoun likely hoped that before the next four or eight years were up, the new commander-in-chief would drop dead, leaving the reins to him. In the meantime though he had little control over Jackson's appointment of eaten. or his own wife's reaction to it. March, second, eighteen, twenty nine, the day of Jackson's inauguration, arrived, and the wives of Washington had their first child to publicly flaunt their disdain towards Peggy. Calhoun wife Florida was chief among the detractors. Florida had tolerated visit from the Eaton's after their wedding just weeks before, but she had since determined that the buck would stop there refusing to repay the visit. Now as the WHO's who of Washington Rub, shoulders during the Presidential Ball Florida made her intentions clear, and it seemed she'd already bent the ears of other political ladies together. They made a marked effort to ignore the president's little friend peg. One by one. They switched past Mrs. Eaten in their skirts and curls refusing so much to look at her. All hopes Peggy may have had about their acceptance. Where instantly dashed and any ladies who might have begun the day wondering how to behave towards Begi would have noticed Florida's example. This was more than petty conduct dinner, parties and balls crux of Washington bureaucracy, an arena for men to make new contacts and women to forge key relationships between political families. As a cabinet wife Peggy was now one of the most important women in Washington and she was certainly one of the leading ladies of the Democratic Party. For her to be spurned by the vice president's wife and other cabinet, women spelled a huge problem for the fledgling party. As the weeks turned into months, the Eden affair emerged as a political scandal. Right smack in the middle of Jackson's cabinet, the proverbial elephant in the room. With the ladies of Washington, at its helm, onlookers sometimes referred to the scandal by its nickname. The petticoat war. It would have been far easier if Jackson had heated the writing on the wall and quickly dismissed eaten once the scandal became apparent. But Jackson dug in his heels with a vengeance. He was determined to see Peggy's reputation, come full circle, both for her sake, and for his beloved late wife, the President even went so far as to postpone his inaugural cabinet dinner for the foreseeable future, literally giving the ladies more time to mend their differences. Yet as a man,.
"eaton" Discussed on Political Scandals
"She was just fifteen years old as she herself boasted in later years, while I was still in pellets and rolling hoops I had the attention of men, young and old enough to turn girls head. Meanwhile Washington's politicians actually praised Peggy having witnessed the breadth of her intellect from a young age. But this only fueled awareness and disdain towards her by the women of Upper Society. It was difficult for them to fathom how some unlike Peggy so free spirited, and with so many male acquaintances could possibly be chaste. And virtuous or not? Her Blythe personality was unwelcome in many a parlour. Various women made a point to snub the teenager beginning with the next first lady Elizabeth Monroe. Other hostesses followed suit making sure young Peggy got the memo to never set foot on their porches. Then, in eighteen, sixteen seventeen year, old Peggy O'Neal married someone who is considered closer to her own social rank. A thirty nine year old navy purser named John Timberlake. For being a ship's accountant, Timberlake was terrible at handling his own money. When the pair married, he was already deep in debt. In an attempt to dig himself out, he quit his position at the navy and set up shop next door to the Franklin House, but this venture only added to his bills during this time in eighteen eighteen, the young couple met a new border, twenty eight year, old widower and senator of Tennessee John Eaton. The three became fast. Friends eaten even petitioned the Senate to forgive Timberlake's debts in eighteen, twenty one, but his efforts were unsuccessful, and by eighteen twenty three. Peggy's husband had returned to his old post in the navy to make a living. In his absence, he transferred guardianship of his wife and their two young daughters over to eaten. Timberlake hoped his compatriot would keep an eye out for the families wellbeing and he did around the same time, eaten introduced peggy to his friend and fellow Tennessee senator at the time Andrew Jackson. Jackson called Peggy the smartest little woman in America. He gushed about her and letters home to Rachel saying how they all enjoyed Peggy's piano playing on Sunday evenings. This was innocent praise Rachel Jackson met and approved of Peggy herself during a visit to Washington in eighteen, twenty four. But the Jackson's senator eaten and the other Franklin House borders were fairly isolated in their regard. With her husband away at sea. Peggy's set many local tongues wagging once more. Mrs Timberlake was not doing as good wives of deployed navy men did sitting at home and pining for their husbands. She was out on the town with as her escort, and they were frequently seen conversing with each other at the Franklin House. Peggy, herself called eaten my husband's friend up Pure, honest and faithful gentlemen. There, socializing apparently took place with the full knowledge and trust of Timberlake and under the nose of Peggy's own family, no less. Still it wasn't hard for outsiders to imagine what else she and eaten might be up to. Before long the society members who had once deemed Peggy promiscuous? Devolved into calling her an adulterous. As a woman Peggy's reputation was more mercilessly assaulted than Eaton's one rumor was so bold as to suggest that she had recently miscarried. Another man's child insinuating that her husband had been gone too long to be the father. Thus, attend social atmospheres set the tone for early eighteen, twenty, eight while Jackson was campaigning for the presidency. Barely three months later on April second twenty nine year old Peggy received word that lake, who frequently suffered from emotional distress had died at sea. It would later be rumored that he had slit his own throat. Hegi for one refused to believe her husband had killed himself maintaining, he had accidentally cut himself in a fit of asthma. But Washington Society was quick to assume the worst gossip emerge that timberlake had caught wind of his wife's affairs and had committed suicide out of grief and shame. These accusations took on a more serious tone when Peggy and eaten announced their engagement in December of eighteen, twenty, eight, a mere eight months after timberlake step. Up to this point, the rumors surrounding their relationship had been idle gossip attempts to further shun peggy from gatherings, but now the whispers seem all the more valid. And with Peggy's foot on the threshold of political society, the opposition against her took a turn for the worse. Coming up a social scandal becomes political. High listeners if your fascinated by the mysterious manipulative side of true crime you'll love. 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Eighteen twenty eight was a whirlwind year that April John Timberlake slit his throat at sea, leaving behind his twenty eight year, old wife, Peggy, and their two young daughters. Then in December Andrew Jackson both won the presidency and lost his wife Rachel. Tying all this together an engagement was soon announced between Jackson's friend Senator John Eaton and the widowed Mrs Timberlake. Washington society was already convinced that John Timberlake had committed suicide because Peggy was cheating on him with Eaton a rumor. That would never be confirmed. Now onlookers were shocked that the pair would remarry a mere eight months after timberlake's death. Back then it was customary for a woman to wait at least a year, if not two before remarrying a sexist standard granted that men were only expected to mourn for six months. Meanwhile the president-elect supported their engagement. Jackson reportedly told his friend eaten. Why yes major? If you love the woman and she will have you marry her by all means? And Mary. They did on New Year's Day of Eighteen, twenty, nine, defying all the raised eyebrows in Washington. Politicians like.
"eaton" Discussed on Political Scandals
"In the year leading up to the twenty twenty election, we're counting down the biggest scandals in American political history. This is number eighteen. The eaten affair. It was a brisk morning in Washington DC as President Andrew. Jackson ushered his cabinet members into a White House meeting room, among them were special guests. Reverend's Ezra, stiles, ely and John in Campbell. They had been invited to consult on an issue of moral delicacy. Notably, missing was Jackson's own vice president. John C Calhoun who had retreated back to his plantation home in South Carolina with his spouse. Secretary of war John Eaton was also absent, but he hadn't been invited. As the topic at hand was his wife with palpable discomfort, the group began to discuss whether Eaton's new bride Peggy was a woman with an adulterous past. Jackson defended her. The president was in sense that sect a dear lady. The wife of one of his closest friends could be victim to cruel accusations. But despite his best arguments, the room was divided. Both reverends and several cabinet members remained convinced that the gossip surrounding Peggy Eaton was true. That she was indeed a scarlet woman..
Chicago Stevenson Expressway Reopens After Shooting Investigation Closes Southbound Lanes
"Company good morning both Iran well good morning Pat we went from one mass on an expressway to now a mass on the tollway we will start on the tri state tollway were on the northbound side we have some really heavy traffic over the mile long bridge approaching the Stevenson this is because of a fully engulfed vehicle fire that is blocking the exit ramp to the inbound Stevenson expressway once you get past this we're jammed up from North Avenue to the Bensenville bridges a crash in the left lane there and in the middle of all that we had a report of a crash your Ogden's well with the crews heading out to check on it so kind of a very messy northbound tri state tollway trip today the southbound side of tri state is moving at the speed limit the rest the Illinois tollway staff a few spots of road work here and there but no major delays because of them on the expressways Eaton's looking good the Kennedy about twenty six minutes from o'hare sixteen from the junction outbound delays eyes now are about thirty three minutes from route three ninety twenty from Mannheim in about thirty two minutes out to route three ninety the Stevenson found out thirty seven minutes three fifty five the lake shore drive police from central Pulaski and Damon to the Dan Ryan outbound Stevenson's all clear traffic is using it once again after early morning shut down for an investigation the Dan Ryan invest a heavy past Garfield into the burning or change its twenty seven minutes from ninety fifth in downtown but the up outside of right is now delayed three fifty seven and the bishop Porter both in great shape lake shore drive north down so from Roosevelt to Monroe and then as you approach the Chicago River because the two right lanes remain closed over the Chicago River through the end of this month no southbound delays on lake shore drive I. eighty is all clear eighty ninety four looking good I sixty five the Indiana toll road in pretty good shape as well do you still have a closure in the loop State Street remains blocked from Randolph to lake because of ongoing police activity is it's an investigation into a shooting there she's Michigan
McEnany says Trump won’t rename bases named after Confederate leaders
"What about the idea proposed about taking Confederate generals names off of army bases forts Bragg banning hood some of the army's biggest installations all along those named after Confederate officers but at the White House my administration will not even consider the remaining of these magnificent and fabled military installations press secretary Kaylee McEntee me reading a statement from the president retired army Major General Paul Eaton says the state of pushing the nation away from institutionalized racism the president believes America should
College football Spring games canceled due to coronavirus
"Spring football was canceled due to the Copa ninety not break western Kentucky football it's coaching staff are staying dialed in on their players appearing on the university's beyond the hill podcast hosted by Tyler Eaton coach Helton talks a little bit about how they're working well around strength and conditioning there's another account that we use is called bridge athletic tracker it's very new but it's an app that has he's able to implement all of our players individual workouts on their it has video so if you can show demonstration to the players for each individual exercise and then every player checks a box and and marks what they have done and it actually tracks how long you worked out that is to be wasting knowledge is gonna change our lives have changed forever through this pandemic no doubt about it
Nintendo indie showcase: Dicey Dungeon, PixelJunk Eden 2, and more coming to the Switch
"Next up we saw Pixel junk. Eat into coming out summer. Twenty twenty which is one that Tim gettys was really excited about. It looks cool. It's been eleven years. His last picks are less Eden. So I'm excited for. They knew that long two thousand eight I think was when the last game was released. That's crazy I actually hadn't heard of Eaton but it looked cool like the trailer made super into what was going on. Yeah it looks really interesting. I think that was probably the most that probably should have been the in one more thing but it it's still a it. Looks very cool. I of the Games that were in this. I think this will be probably the one that I'd be most likely to like preorder or like by of mmediately
The Latest Science of Growth Mindset
"Today. It's a real honor to have. Carol Dwell on the PODCAST. Dr Deck is a leading researcher in the field of motivation and is the loose in Virginia. Eaton professor of psychology at Stanford. Her research examines the rule of mindsets and personal achievement and organizational effectiveness. Dr Dewick has also held professorships at Columbia and Harvard. University's has lectured to education business. Sports groups around the world has addressed. The United Nations has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the National Academy of Sciences and as one twelve lifetime achievement awards for her research her bestselling book mindset has been widely influential has been translated into over twenty five languages. Dr Dick so great to chat with you today. Scott it's great to chat with you. Oh boy there's so much to talk about. I was thinking about starting with your earliest. Our dissertation research because I remember two thousand three. I remember I was studying intelligence. I was reading a book. A really enjoyed reading of yours. It was one of these. It was an academic book. It was it was short. It was short and it and it went through. It didn't use the language mindsets. This is like back in the day. It was incremental versus entity right to also earliest research. Yeah I'd love to tell you about it when I was in graduate school. I was Kinda gripped by question on. Why did some kids shy away? From challenges and crumble at the first sign of failure while other kids know smarter or more able at the task seem to relish taking on challenges and thrive in the face of obstacles and pretty soon I found. The question was a little bit wrong. It wasn't just that some kids thrived WanNA challenge or cope with obstacles. I found out that some of the kids loved setbacks. They said things like I love a challenge. I was hoping this would be informative and I thought I'm giving them failure problems. And they're thinking this makes it worth their while. I couldn't relate to them at all. I thought they were from another pull on it and I thought I'm going to figure out their secret. I'M GONNA bottle it and I'm going to take a few healthy swigs of it myself because I thought I have a lot to learn from these ten year old kids. That's how I got started on this research. So sounds like the original observation was more a behavioral finding than a cognitive mindset. Finding the way you described it. That's so interesting. I wanted to figure out the cognitive underpinnings of it and my reason was personally relevant. I sixth grade teacher. I kind of figured this out later that it was niece as we say me surge. Notches Research Gus. Let's all do. Yeah and I recommend it. 'cause you never get enough of it. Nice Sixth Grade Teacher had seated around the room in. I Chew Order. We were already the tab I q class in the sixth grade of five classes and yet she thought every cube point was monumentally. Important in non only telling you a how smart you are but whether you had good character could be trusted and essentially what you were worth in. Her is bending the whole year in that classroom. Iowa's really influence. Now you might think Oh I felt downtrodden and unappreciated. Now I was in the first grow I seat. You would think at all. I one that I q prize. As I looked back I realized I never wanted challenges again and I arranged my life to be purely successful not to topple from my height so I wanted to figure out what goes on in people's minds that can allow them to risk taking on challenges and that can give them the fortitude to keep going when things seemed rough. It's such a great question. An important question. I was the opposite I was. I was in special education as a kid. I don't know if I told you that For an auditory in auditory processing disability. So people thought I was really slow swarner because I was having trouble hearing things in real time and sort of the. The impact of expectations can can certainly have an effect on on mindsets. I'm sure and the way we think about things. I'm wondering when did the shift from entity and incremental become fixed versus growth? And that was when I wrote the Book Mindset. I realized nobody can remember entity in Incremental Idaho Central Myself. They couldn't remember anti G. and they couldn't remember an incremental so when I came to write the book mindset I said well I have to find some more user friendly terms but kind of a prior question is how if we just call it. Mining sits now have. How did we get to the point of thinking? That mindsets could play a role obsolete. I asked us because correct me. If I'm wrong. But wasn't entity and incremental. They were called beliefs. It in your language your original language their beliefs not mindset. Is that right? Yeah but I kinda mean the same saying okay. Yeah in my earliest work. I looked at attributions. Kids made for their successes and failures. Did they think the failure measured their ability or did they think the failure manned try a new strategy seek advise? Just keep going but eventually we said why does failure have such a negative meaning for some kids and kind of an informative me meaning for other kids and in the early nineteen eighties working with Mary? Bandera Alexandra's daughter was going to ask. We suddenly realized you know when you think you're being measured and that judgment is really important. Doesn't the kind of imply that you had this extinct? That's being judged and if you think it's just a a failure is is is just a clue for changing your strategy or trying harder or getting input and then learning more. Doesn't that kind of imply that you sink? Your ability can be developed and suddenly. We looked to at each other and just bowled over. What is people have fundamentally different ideas about intelligence and they're carting them around with them and it's affecting how they view challenges how they view setbacks. Wow there was no stopping us. At that point.
Namaste Trump: US president fills world's largest cricket stadium for political rally
"Almost two weeks ago the US president. Donald Trump was in India for a quick two-day tour. They were no major announcements expected but donald trump was to speak in front of over one hundred thousand people at huge cricket stadium in the city of Ahmedabad it was an event that piqued the interest of South Asia correspondent. James Ocean Bash. It turns out local media when more than a little curious why an Australian journalist had decided to go along to the spectacle on me. That's the sound of more than one hundred thousand people welcoming. Us President Donald Trump at a new cricket stadium in Ahmedabad not just any cricket stadium the largest in the world. According to seating capacity the president is used to speaking at large political rallies but even hey admitted awake lighter went back in the US that this was something special. This was a political party. Indian style music was blasting people were dancing in the stands paper masks and Prime Minister Narendra Modi and president trump will being worn with glee and they were baseball caps with trump's name on them. Lots of baseball caps the back of the stadium. I'm sitting among many local media and a few other foreign journalists just trying to absorb it all and then something unexpected happened. An Indian TV journalists came up to me and asked if she could interview me a mistrial Ian replied assuming that she thought I was an American. It doesn't matter. She showed me turns out. She wanted a foreign perspective about Modi meeting trump. Why was an Australian journalist here? Does this change the way USTRALIA views? India is big news back home those sorts of questions now. India has a lot of rolling news channels more than twenty. I'm told and that means a lot of hours have to be filled with content on. Saint Live crosses done here for less so when I figured why. Not and within a minute of saying yes. We relies when all of this about say the cell but I will give you a sense of that. Maybe guests with me right now. James Lee Denisov Eaton. That's fine birth names off food related daily. Denise these all Geisha going to spawn in with ABC The Australian Broadcasting Corporation. James. I want to ask you. You obviously definitely give me the foreign media perspective. Paul you wheeling this particular democracies these elitist. Then you've seen a lot of billboards around which summit ipod nausea you've got the world's largest democracy welcoming the first democracy in fact the most powerful democracy so I certainly pro-meta Strategy and perspective with a lot of interest in how they get along and how countries get along as well On. Tv The interviewer and occupying about a third of the screen. Another thirties live pictures of the rally and surrounding. Those two boxes are distracting amount of flashing graphics with the American Flag Waving on screen and headlines about mody welcoming trump constantly changing before the viewers is Indian media is certainly more shoddy than back harm and that includes the news animations anyway back to the interview Australia itself. It's always how to focus on China and you can say that starting to shift quite significantly and even the fries. Indo Pacific is one that you hear a lot more nowadays now. That's the point of made a fair bit recently. In fact the last time I was on this program I said I expected to hear more from India incoming years but if that's true change will surely be gradual industrial change. The Way Australia looks at in there. I wouldn't say a particularly changes to why you've seen to be honest. I likely wouldn't have gone to Ahmedabad either. Weren't for this. Visual spectacle with Donald Trump went on to discuss Australia Mont possibly join India Japan and the US in naval exercises this year or next and that was the end of the interview. Only Latin that perhaps the media not belong to either in America. Third-country thought that would be the end of it. I sat back down waiting for the main event to start but then a man with a golden microphone started chatting to me. He was a reporter with another news station India. Today within minutes on back on the air answering the sign. Top of questions. There was also a bit of Banter about how Australia no longer had the largest cricket stadium in fact that was repeated to me several times in the Strip opposite studio me like this random person who answered a question about Donald Trump explaining that the M. C. J. was no longer the world's largest cricket stadium minutes after the interview with India. Today I had another request for a TV interview and then another eventually. I decided because I had my own reporting to concentrate on now as I mentioned before. There's a lot rolling news platforms in India. Sorry grubbing may or any foreign Janai for an interview. Could just be filler. But it did get me thinking about the rise of India. He had the president of the United States showering India. And it's people with price. I got the sense that this was a proud moment for many here. Regardless of their politics it signified a in. The wider world is viewing India having foreign journalists to report on that reinforce this view but regardless of what the future holds for India. It seems one thing. That's not in dispute. They now have the world's largest Cricket Stadium Great Story there with South Asia correspondent James Oaten.
A Decade of Dzud: Lessons From Mongolia's Deadly Winters
"So for people. Who Don't know I totally know where is Mongolia? Mongolia is in Central Asia right between Russia and China. The landscape to me looks a little bit like a mixture between Montana and Mars if you can picture that delightful so this this time last year before you were short waves reporter. You don't like to think about that time. You went to Mongolia it's true. Why would one go to Mongolian winter all the travel guides discourage discourage it? I might discourage it but I purposely went there then because winter is at the heart of this whole story. So how cold are we talking here. It's super cold. uh-huh freeze your nose. Harris cold I actually had to tape. Hand warmers all over my microphone so it wouldn't freeze. Wow it is cold. Oh I found this piece of tape tape of me complaining about it minus eighteen degrees right now. This is really cool. I could tell me what you say. Cool coach it wasn't acting but some types of winters are so extreme matty that they actually have an official name so in Mongolian. It's called a zoo would that's when a winter tur- is so bad. It kills significant number of livestock in Mongolia or one out of four people make their living hurting. That has huge consequences. I mattie Safai and I'm Emily Kouanga today in the show. We had to Mongolia to learn about the brutal winters known as and how these natural disasters have changed enjoyed countries way of life okay so Mongolia is periodically affected by this extreme weather event. That happens in the winter called. What does this look like? Yeah so tender standard. I wanted to meet someone directly impacted. Divide it this man named Roy Eaton Gacek. He's a father of four super good bad Santa could do prates daughter's hair getting get somebody for school and everything. He was born a herder in eastern Mongolia and in January. Two Thousand Oilman as he tells it woke up at sunrise to check on his animals. Snow had fallen in the night about a foot. They were writing out a bad winter storm and he was really worried about is heard so how he cracked the door of his gear. Those are these circular felt cover tents that herders living and it was eerily quiet outside blindingly finding Lee white from all this snow. What did you see when he opens the door? Do not with this new household off. He's Carcass Saas new. Shut us a dozen of his sheep. Goats had died in the night. Those still alive yet about one hundred animals at the time. We're trying to find grassy but the land was literally locked in by snow. The hotel does ndas and it was really difficult to see this. He Sang. It was horrifying and it happened. Every few days boyens animals would succumb to starvation. Illness exposure and by the end of the winter he essentially lost his entire heard the type of food that came to his doorstep. It's called Saga which Mongolian means white death. While I think a loss at this level I imagine it's not purely financial absolutely I mean this. This isn't the same but there are dairy farmers in my family and you kind of like build relationship with your cows you literally like have them from birth to death so I have imagine it would be devastating like on multiple levels if you just slowly lose them over time right. They're not just economic assets and the loss of those animals is a social loss. It's spiritual loss experts. I spoke to in Mongolia. Described as a slow onset natural disaster different from a rapid rapid onset natural disaster like a hurricane or earthquake. So how many other herders were affected by the white death that year that year the two thousand six it claimed claimed about three and a half million livestock. Wow quite a bit law. It's eleven percent of the national hurt. And when you consider that at the time one out of every two households made their living hurting. It's significant begin. Animals represent wealth. So it would be as if your life savings were too slowly disintegrate. So what did the herders actually do in response Some rebuilt their heard those who could but others who lost everything they left gave up hurting fled the countryside seeking jobs in in urban areas uprooting. Their lives are good hurting Dad Johansen hair braided guy. He was one of those who left. Almost your short could the mother oh well many migrated. He's saying because it was impossible to make a living and it shows in the population and barter that's Mongolia's capital it has has tripled in the past thirty years exploded. Zid is one of the many migration drivers bringing people to the city. And I could see this when I lived there. I was reporting reporting and living in his apartment building and I looked off my balcony window. The hills were just covered in Gares. Those felt covered tents that herders live in. It was a picture. Sure of all of these people who had moved to the city and settled there and the city. Just couldn't contain all the new arrivals or does it still happening as it. On this scale that hits every corner of the country not that common prior to two thousand had happened about once a decade but was weird about two thousand is. It happened the next year and the next year and again again in two thousand ten so by the end of the decade there were forces and twenty one million livestock died in that period it totally overwhelmed Mongolian people that government tens of thousands of families packed up and left. That's that is horrifying of what is going on. Like what is causing US okay. So it's tempting to blame climate change and that is in fact the biggest culprit in this whole affair. Mongolia is indeed a warmer drier. Replace than it was eight years ago. But what I found is that zoot is actually caused by cocktail of other factors like over-grazing and deforestation. Basically quickly anything that destroys. The grassland is bad for animals. You need that grassland lending food it's a goat's buffet table and to not have it sets them up for good because this summer is a time when they fatten up. And if the grass is gone from drought or other things they're even more vulnerable when the winter is bad. Oh little bit of science here yes. The drought okay. Means less grassland and in Mongolia less grassland creates even more drought vicious cycle. Yeah because Mongolia. It's land locked all right. So the vast majority of precipitation rain snow. It comes from the land it comes from the grass. Water is transpired by plants into the atmosphere so so without grass Mongolia is even drier so given all of this is hurting still considered a good way to make a living in Mongolia. I think Mongolians are trying to figure that out. There's fewer herders but they're better prepared and trying to manage the Paschel and more sustainably local communities training herders to brace for a bad winter. Do things like make extra. Hey for their animals to eat. Purchase Livestock Insurance and pool there resources so the individual costs aren't so high all right so that that sounds great but are herders still kind of on edge. Are they like Shariq. Dowd anticipating the next. You know so I used to report in Rural Alaska inefficient community and herders. They kind of remind me of fishermen they know they're at the mercy of the weather but they're very tough and resourceful within their own lives and herders are doing the same. They're trying to make the most of what they have. They're kind of cultural heroes for practicing this way of life. That's become increasingly less common in the state. Broadcaster actually gives these awards to the best herders in in the nation. Please tell me you went to a best herder award ceremony absolutely went to a buzzer award ceremony. The championship herder. Who I met in the province was this man named near Goo Davidoff and I talked to him right after he got his award? Lord of host was also he was practical. Nature is unpredictable. It's harder there's less rain. Animals can't get fat but if we prepare extra hey. We can overcome such natural disasters. We don't have to be afraid this spring their animal's gave birth to hundreds of babies. I went back to visit during the birthing season in March. This pen is just full like a hundred lambs. Just these tiny little cotton balls near to make us feel better about this. Do you mind no. I just don't appreciate being manipulated. I wanted to show you the opposite right so not death life and what it signals for the next generation of herders. Who are continuing to do this? I'm picking up what you're putting down on. Thank you all right. I'm Lequan thank you for bringing us the story.
Suns overcome Smart's record 11 3s, beat Celtics 123-119
"Phoenix this trio of Devin Booker T. Andriy Aiden and Mattel bridges carry the sons to all one twenty three one nineteen road win over Boston Booker led the way with thirty nine points ten rebounds and nine assists Eaton had twenty six and fifteen rebounds while bridges scored a career high twenty six Phoenix led by as many as sixteen in the first half Boston cut it to two with five point five seconds to play but Booker sealed at the line listen you know trying to I guess so close it out you know give everyone that we can get obviously it's not so easy to come by those in this in this week's specially on the road against his team Marcus smart scored a career high thirty seven Jayson Tatum at twenty six and Gordon Hayward twenty two in the Celtic six loss in eight games Geffen Coolbaugh Boston
University honors black football players dismissed from team in 1969
"Fifty years. after a racist episode guided their team the university of Wyoming is welcoming back eight former football players on campus a plaque commemorating the so called black fourteen will be unveiled today at the stadium in nineteen sixty nine black team members asked their coach Lloyd eaten if they could wear black armbands in a game to protest racism eaten refused and then dismissed the fourteen players from the team the returning members say their biggest disappointment is never receiving an explanation from Eaton who died in two
Mythbusters Star Jessi Combs Dies in Tragic Accident
"Some sad news tv personality smelly jessi combs died in a crash tuesday while trying to beat her land speed record in a fifty two thousand horsepower jet powered car <hes> if you've heard of her. She's thirty nine years. Old was the fastest woman on four wheels. After breaking three hundred ninety eight miles an hour in the same north american eagle supersonic speed each challenger in two thousand thirteen. That's according to jellab. Nick combs those a lot more by the way the no very fast person. She was a skill builder fabricator representing the american welding society. Even designing a line of well women's welding gear combs was an accomplished off road racer as well competing in the baja one thousand <hes> and and was the first woman i don't. We've never talked about this race. I don't think so. I don't know how familiar you are. The king of hammers cleaner the hammer call her the queen of hammers. That's right two thousand sixteen. She she had a first place finish at the king of hammers. That is an off road race that combines desert racing and rock crawling. This race is held in february on means dry lake at johnson johnson valley california and she died during this is very sad. We're talking about this on a car cast. Which will air tomorrow today today. <hes> going over it. Yeah we knew were a little bit. <hes> interviewer i i know of god must have come around. We've come across sir time or two. I look i i. I'm in love with fabricators. I love other people going well. People put things together. It's just it's a mindset. It's no more they're not a a eaton eaton the ultimate burger fucking building shed like i love those people. I like people to challenge themselves. There's no reason to break your own record record other than to simply challenge yourself and you know there's not enough of that. The problem is like we're talking about the stoicism you you know if you're a coward and you're on one side of the spectrum. If you're dying in a rocket car you may gone a little too far in the other side. We try to find that middle middle that that balancing point but if you show me someone's life and you show me someone who spent their entire life sitting being next to my dad on a beanbag chair waiting for someone to buy him a pflueger horn versus someone who didn't see their fortieth birthday because they've died just getting a rush just just doing what they what they wanted to do. I'll take that shorten life over the long life. That's a fucking zero and that's how she lived at. So god bless
"eaton" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Oh you sale yeah do those. Knowing fucking nuts comes in handy all the time doesn't it and how often do you need to breakout got nothing to do with painting but how often like does you being able to retire boland really helping a lot and what was really funny as assistant shane and i went through training together and i really took to the <hes> the the not learning like i caught on really well with them and i was able to learn and memorize knots quite easily and and <hes> that's a weird thing you know i was always good at geometry but batted algebra for example like the visual problem solving is definitely part of why i'm i'm an artist yeah yeah but it's a scary part of the job. That'd be fucking terrified buildings. We have a <hes> scissor jack back over in my building and we go. I you know i got up there to like. Get some video. That shit was wobbly as hell. I fucking fucking without any. Well look new york. City has the highest standards of anywhere in the world you know to when it comes to safety but i painted in moscow seoul the earlier that fuck and russian one you told me about it was like yellowing chipping in shade also painted this clock tower in russia where where we're up on a boom lift but it was raining and i had to get out of the boom left in attach myself to a lifeline and walk around the clock tower likes like dog brown in around here back to the future. It was crazy <hes> if you are trying to look it up yeah moscow clock tower this google my name and moscow las county price yet <hes> but actually designed the hands in the face for the clock tower <hes> no one next to it this this one on this one there that one oh shit oh that's so let's around the tower yeoh that's fucking so rad zoom out for that so i can get a full full so the clock face the numbers hand on it yet but i designed those to go up here yeah so right above the platform. We had to like walk around and paint from there freaky dude and the moscow yeah. The moscow safety is linked. Just go just go all right. Well fugger volt good yeah. We had a lot of that trip. You enjoy russia. I loved russia and <hes> to be honest as little spoiled because the guys from atrium which the name of that mall <hes> are such ballers out there my friend eric who had to gumbo with his family built like half of moscow so there's a shopping mall under the kremlin kremlin. They built that so when you hang out with this guy in moscow he has like six armed guards. Oh yeah and you're like oh. There's a perimeter around us and you're like that's so cool and then you're like wait. Nah now at target mooney this then you know you <hes> go to the nightclubs. Tom and they part the seas and you know you ride around and you know crazy cars with them. You know it's a rare lifestyle to witness and be a part of you know what i mean yeah <hes> so that's pretty interesting so i got to you see a part of moscow that a lot of people don't get to see from that kind of oligarch perspective yeah. I don't know that's good or bad but i'm sure it was fun. They love eric. The guy is a baller and he's like you know in his young thirties like look my opinion and he's like if you have the money spend it you know i'm not gonna the judge and when we did gum ball it was when gumbel went from stockholm sweden to las vegas and two flights that one thousand house one on one flight yeah and we drove from stockholm sweden to amsterdam put all the cars on a plane gotten a private jumbo jet and flew due to reno nevada and on that flight it was my birthday and pritchard from dirty sanchez got naked impede on dolph lundgren well on the flight. I mean that's worth a hundred grand ball. One hundred thousand dollars story my friend. The only person that got paid to go to ball 'cause. I was <hes> on the guest team. I got paid to do around three years in a row..
"eaton" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Michigan. She's really nice. I i fucking love detroit. I have a best time every single time i go. I love the people and i loved it that i mean i hate that. They're like economy collapsed but it's coming back to you. Well hard yeah hard chits dope now. I love that like it got to a point where really the the really creative people that could figure out how scrounge up just a little bit of money. <hes> had a couple of years there where they got in. That could be a build something really school. Yeah it's a great time. Integrate restaurants and you know hipster shit as hipster shits turned history paradise there because everything is like so authentic you know there's so much like industrial decay porn like ruin porn like ruin porn that that to bring ruin the pop up restaurant in this abandoned factory. Excuse the fuck outta here. Let's hope to sort of rusty nail alfred shops. We're trying to say that <hes> consuming this sushi roll rusty. Nail steamy comes out on a brick. It'd be like that put a little like round speaker table and there's not a doc. It's crazy now. Even actual car question zack wants to know. I have a mustang g._t. Two thousand seventeen is an only car. It's not as versatile as i would hope thoughts on a two thousand eight four runner for commuting in a three fifty z for fun and track. I wanna stay at twenty five k. A for the two i'm open to similar suggestions all right and oh eight forerunners really nice car our own. Tim has a oh oh six forerunner and it's basically unkillable. It rules however depending on your commute. The fuel economy stinks. It's not good fuel economy. My friend also a three fifty fun and track three for these. These aren't that great a track and they aren't that fun. I don't think a three fifty easy is a step up in fun from your mustang g._t. That you have now <hes> i would <hes> i dunno seventeen. <hes> i mean if you really want a truck like a foreigners pretty nice truck and you know they hold their value. Well l. and they work properly and and that's good. I think like a b. R. z. or an eighty six is more fun than three z and you can get that power and speed back. I also think that you're getting awfully close to us corvettes and stuff at that point and i would maybe consider that i don't know twenty. Five k. for two cars isn't much. I'd much rather have one car that i could commute in and also have if some fun in like a brand new volkswagen g._t._i. Or w._r._x. For instance i'd rather have that than a v twelve of your old three fifty z and a ten year old toyota truck although the security guard at my local c._v._s. is selling a fucking plug it old cop car for for like three grand with the sirens and everything one hundred thousand miles. That's kinda. Does there's an argument to be made for crown vegas and cars for twenty five grand. Yeah yeah yeah true that's true. I don't want to be a snob. You can buy cars for not much money. I mean just run through them one by one yeah if you if replacements licensed to the three-fifths z. only i'll say like a thirty six..
"eaton" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Take a car almost anywhere. If if you don't care how it looks at the other side yeah one of my favorite cars ever had was a a high school car was a seventy nine hundred seventy six ford elite. Wow haven't don't even heard of that in a while picture. Go bro nineteen seventy seven nine hundred seventy six ford elite and this thing is like twenty feet of hood. You'd like here's hood way so much hood that the that it won't fit in the fucking photo the proportions of it are just so ordinary. I mean but it's a couch on wheels. Oh yeah and i was living in detroit at the time and and when i was in downtown detroit mob and threw them streets i would get just tips to the hat every block. Everything about this car is detroit in the nineteen seventy yes right but and this guy's suit yes think about both of those sunroof which is dope but i is that it seems to have a sun roof. I love that someone might have photoshop that on there. I don't know if that's a little weird but i would love some tea tops in that bitch. Oh yeah but man i i would love to get one making all black white and silver and hook it up to match my lincoln. <hes> i think weird car dude. I think we can find that fucking right now for like eh couple auto tempus dot com because they're a sponsor right. Let's go on. I bet you the right now. We can find you if it might be too. The old for auto tempus ford four ford has an elite on this bitch <hes> so it does i knew auto tempest. I knew they'd come through with me. Let's see if they actually come through with cars. I wanna white one and black and tear. I normally wouldn't do this. We call this the noah's arcade where you involve the sponsor in the editorial and actually no all you get is a bronco sima built for hundred fifty grand <hes> auto data that hasn't worked out. I i love me some broncos mayor bronco guy. I love broncos. It's the most l._a. Vehicle ever well. I had it in new york dude and in the wintertime when there'd be like three feet of snow you just mob over the sidewalks like i remember crushing village voice boxes and stuff but that thing but also check this out oh that car <hes> the brakes went out and i drove it when no breaks and just downshifted and went into reverse or like hit the parking brake whenever i needed toubro people actually drove it with no breaks in brooklyn like not like more than once a week. I'm not joking man but okay but i think that says a lot about you more so than the car that means it's a good car. I think all you told him about the car was broken. I think you made it work. That's not a virtue car. Ars sucks i know but i i was broke back then and had eight have money to fix it. Well now. You got money now. What you do you buy an icon bronco. You know you get you know icon right right humming jon ward oh icon broncos so <hes> icon is run by a company named jonathan ward. Jonathan ward has the most attention to detail of any human human being alive and he builds and restores. These broncos are as well as toyota f._j.'s <hes> he does f jay's and broncos goes and some other stuff so it's a full chassis build art morrison does their chassis are more since the best with ford coyote motor. It's a brand new mustang engine ford ord- brand new <hes> <hes> gear manual gearbox. I don't know if it's the same as a mustang gearbox or they use a trick but <hes> whatever its brand fucking talking new you can have him make one that looks like a stock one or one that looks sort of mildly beefed up but he won't make it any more aggressive looking than that wow and every component in this vehicle is the most durable best made not necessarily the most expensive live for the sake but every component of the vehicle is the highest quality component that jon can possibly find. What are these running room. I think they're like in the high twos..
"eaton" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"And you'd have to ran it with your car to get it in the goals yeah car soccer. I remember they do it now with inflatable balls they still do it. What's the point of that. Oh you got to your car against steal all man. It is better with the steel yeah so anyway. That's one thing i'd love to talk and painting cars with inflatable. Oh ball. The car is still crash into each other a lot not the ball itself. There's still a lot of crashing okay <hes> but i'd love to have a bunch of artists paint a bunch of cars for demolition derby man. That would be the man you got friends. I think decorating a democrat jeremy car is like that's a pastime. That's a good thing that were once but i want like all my friends. The paint like ten cars and then just roy great. That's totally doable. <hes> <hes> isn't there a scumbag three thousand. You know i mean kind of yeah. There's a thing called the gambler which you know by that in that you pretty much. Take take it's it's it's an off road rally so you pretty much take like a ship box and lifted on big tires <hes> <hes> and you the rally as off road and like there's a lot of people that do people do in concord concord that this is a shift our nova <hes> like no but like i mean people do all kinds of crazy things from i. I love the very budget to the the sort of professionally built but yeah it's about. It's about mudan that's people building a five hundred dollar car to do do this shit and then like other people will take like safari nine eleven sorta like mine <hes> lonzo yeah we could do that. I made a movie called. All cars go to heaven where we just drove across the entire states off road in completely stock shit boxes and we did it like we totally did it like i did it. In <hes> washington tim we did it in a eighty-seven tercel and then in you i drove across utah in the summer in a off road in completely stock nineteen ninety-one toyota previa also slept in the mid engine rear wheel drive minivan bitchy yet. You can take a car almost anywhere. If if you don't care how it looks at the other side yeah one of my favorite cars ever had was a a high school car was a seventy nine hundred seventy six ford.
"eaton" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"I'll tell you why my boy ralph he'll go. Wynn owns our m._d. Garage all right. He hooked up that car for me and what happened was. I was directing a music. Is it video for dilated peoples and i needed a car so i call it my boy ralph ama- hey dude. I need to borrow a car for his music video. He's like oh. I got this lincoln. He gives me the lincoln use it for the video. It was amazing and yet what ralph builds is. Insane armed stands for ralph's mobile detailing and he started out in long beach detailing detailing cars beautiful continent now what he does. He's no joke avenue. This fifty eight empower looks a lot of the <hes> pimp. My ride cars west coast customs shit would end up going. That's my car the jazz your car here j._f._k. Yeah so a lot of those looks fucking. I'm great though i really liked the aesthetic of those wheels in fact. If i had a brand new continental i'd put rims on it that pretty much just like that how yeah so he sold me the car and it caught on fire like no warranty sorrow i was trying. I live on a hill so i'm like flooring up my hill and it starts smoking and you know those hoods open backwards so i open the hood to let it air out and then boom something popped oil squirted on my windscreen and and then flame start looking out to people in the car. I put it in park like shit. Get the fuck out. Call nine one one. I go to run to my house. Hill sound like running slow motion to get my fire extinguisher. Did we ended up getting firing shoes and put it out and i called my boy ralph mike yoma fuck. It makes it lemonade out this and he's like look. Don't worry you're in luck because we just signed a deal to t._v. Show but my car garage we do a whole episode. Put on your car. There you go so that's what happened. That's why i have spray paint racks in my trunk and office stuff show car pilot the show go anywhere. Oh yeah dude hotel armed. Its velocity okay syndicated into like all these different languages. You can see me bitching about my car in like polish spanish french. It's pretty funny. Dude <hes> law cities now <hes> discovery. I don't know but he's <hes> he gets recognized. Though is is this your home. He looks exactly like dude. Who would have a show like this. He's fast honestly about at bro. I got you talk like that. Ralph is a gebro he and he's like his dad in the world and you know no one deserves his success moore heelys great and i like his aesthetic. His aesthetic is real cool. He's built. She has a nice case of shit dude. He looks. He looks like he's got that east l._a. Aesthetic down yeah but yeah get it yourself. Some sidewall and you're good to go. That's all you need is a little sidewall but you know for everyday car got fucking ford explorer man just for like carting art around rounded off. You know what i mean but i also have <hes> this dodge ram work truck bombing billboards and like shitting around l._a. It's the most amazing thing in in the world and it's covered in dirt and has a vinyl logo on the side of the bob's big boy logo but his face melted out like a zombie.
"eaton" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"This. Mural was i'd order my paint colors like weeks before i even like thought about what i was gonna paint some like all right okay. I'll do a gray scale and then like a color range of reds oranges and then figure out what i'm going to actually paint when i get there so i do it on a napkin breakfast. I kind of a composition and then just started painting that day and i think i took like four or five days to paint and boom. I mean it's amazing when like but that's at one extreme the other end of the spectrum is a detailed back and forth with a client with a very detailed design and then will either grid that or project it and do a little outlined sketch and then depending on how much time we have and then go at it and have a couple of since they work with my love with like a good example of that like the dolphins thing or something like that. It's very commercial yeah dolphins that was we projected that in sections and just kind of sketch the outlines and then filled in painted it which is fine to do if you have. Oh yeah yeah projecting. Oh that's pretty cool. Though i mean looks it still looks awesome. Hanging out on dude dude a lot of detailed execution. That has nothing to do with the projecting. It's all about you know how you paint and how you execute it and <hes> yeah. There's a few guys i work with like like a rage from miami and chain jessup from here in l. a. <hes> you know there's not a lot of people that i can trust to you know have worked with me on on walls because you know a lot of graffiti writers paint pretty clean but i need my fuckers. The paint really clean you know has to look really clean up close as the looked like it was silkscreen <hes> and a lot of people kind of paint for instagram. You know a lot of money. It's true bro. No i remember when you walked didn't hear and i think the first thing i said to you is like fucking. The internet is terrible. Everything yeah and i think one of the funniest things about the internet. I think that especially instagram a._m. Is that a giant mural house a car. A watch are all the same size. It's you know what i mean. It just doesn't the scale of anything you fucking matter it. Equalize is on a private island is the same size as an earring on instagram. You know what i mean. It's weird. Life is weird like that bite-sized digestible food. That's why people who only experienced life through the internet without actually going <unk> out and doing things are it's sad because the world isn't in that scale things that are huge are could be huge for a reason and could be experienced so much differently because they're huge or because they're small well. I think you're talking very well towards my murals specifically clean because you know where my work is mostly digested right now is instagram you on the internet and that's where a lot of audiences and instagram is really changed the art world this angle actually oh yeah. It's better when you catch the mural from a forty five because there's layers. If anyone goes to hardrock stadium the top up <hes> like the roof deck has this huge murali painted featuring all the dolphins and all this cool stuff. My favorite element in this mural is the lady's glasses asses the cat and she looks gossip columnist from the sixties like an advice columnist sixties beach pave beehive beach babe right. She reminds me of all my in my in laws parents the ju- long island jews the trio and i like the detail in the diamond on the super bowl right there you go that is really hey where i mean this whole murals excellent but like the diamond in the ring. I think is really where you see. The goodness appreciate that man. You know speaking of miami you we know. Jenny really taught me about miami. Miami's the shit. I didn't know about miami. I've met jenny and she revealed so much of the truth to me about how miami really he is and you know it cracked up because she was like yeah. Sylla's guys trying these driving nice cars no. That's a lease sleeper their moms. You don't need read miami..
"eaton" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Huge fan and we brought you these sergeant cards like what is his audience slough for drug dealers to cops in the same in the same crowd and that was really inspiring to me and it helped launch a whole generation artists is well. We know there's a really cool thing but it was never something i really planned to do yeah sabbath sabbath kind of cool i mean everything yeah and it you get to allows you sort of like be an artist as well as be like dealing with like the commercial kind of business world of it at the same time that was probably one of the most valuable things that i was able to <hes> have art be the main point but handle the production and management of everything behind it well. That's what i see about your paintings now like because i mainly like follow you thir- instagram and i saw i see i see your paintings or murals sorry murals. I didn't realize i guess yeah those are different but <hes> i was referring to the murals like it just stuff like this. The new york city want would you dolphin was the dolphin stadium. I painted stadium yeah so like if you can do you know a commission for something has commercial as like an n._f._l. Team and have it. You know still be really your vision so that's what i find. The most interesting about you is that you're able to like pretty much from what i see. Anyway like be your artists but also seems like there's some dollars in painting the sides of stadiums for for sure man and there wasn't always an appetite for large scale mural work like there is now but you know what i've always said is that you know graffiti gave birth to a generation nations murless and now we're being asked to paint giant walls but guess what now we have a tool that can paint bigger faster than any other generation before us so now i can paint a one story building. What three days what is the tool spray paint cramped. Oh oh you talking aerosol. Yeah i can paint huge huge buildings in days and that was never possible in the generation before us or before that i thought i i yeah. I'm sorry i'm retarded. I thought you i literally no no. I thought you meant something like playing boom. Lift or something since spray paint like i thought you meant like i don't know you have some commercial grade fucking ghostbusters paint cannon you. We know like the dog had on his back those now if you if you ever look up my friend hawks hawks oh he's got some paint cannons but <hes> it spray paint is a fast tool an indelible tool. It's <hes> a really versatile tool and for me. It's kind of opened up this portal to like the necker namakonha my soul sorry the burning man word economic on is evil dead reference rose. Oh sorry the dead okay but when the neck onomic on opens a portal to hell and everything into it so copy you know spray paint has allowed me to open up <hes> <hes> like that where everything comes out all my demons everything and spray paint is allowed me to paint in a way that nothing else really has before on that scale and and <hes> it's a really special thing to me. You know do you very you're very particularly about your paints right. Yeah i work with <hes> montana considered by paints fuck. Do i have more paint in my studio than art. Store does is nice but you know montana monash sixteen eighteen year olds tristan could be like listen dude just hold out because one day you're going to have to get an extra storage room for this shit. We didn't pay it back that either in april twenty-sixth nineteen ninety two a ride on this matter you i tell myself south should every day sixteen year old matt you just fucking way to do us. Wait even have all hyped forty. Lambeau weeds can be free like talk. He just tell dude. You know what's crazy man. <hes> i know look. I'm not like a huge car guy so it's cool to be in your world enough car. You you you get in the game. You went on gum ball. I did you know we'll never that we'll. We'll talk about that story but what i was gonna tell you that i don't think you know is that my oldest brother rob. Eaton has worked for four his whole life. Oh really what's he doing for it..
"eaton" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Let's see which one of these would you like to show is a good example your google andy warhol donnie for god's sake sorry i didn't i never really all all the toys <hes> but you know that portion of it like <hes> my wife hannah this guy here no brillo pad the brillo pad uh-huh rules. How about twenty dollars <hes> <hes> my wife worked at mattel so she she was actually pretty familiar with like the the the arch art toys and like we always go into the stores of like the weird japanese toys ashes like puzzles are actually really her fucking shit show yeah she'll. She'll do like a thousand piece puzzle without looking at the box. Oh wow yeah. She's got some shit that can do that. It's real crazy yeah but but the <hes> that like pop art sort of collectible toys thing. Is that like what what happens with that. Industry is like working <hes> it's gone. It's ebbed and flowed. It's kind of coming back now. You know with people like 'cause and meera commies still doing like really influential artists toys. It's basically using the method of toy manufacturing to make artwork in limited editions so it was like <hes> making sculpture but using toy factories and you know we'd make one hundred pieces and then never make that toy ever again and then it's on ebay for crazy amounts money and you know next thing you know we have you know collectors around the world and there's a whole culture around it and <hes> kid robot was like the first company in america to bring that here huge. Do you see a parallel of sneakers. Oh it was the same culture same. It's the same people collecting the same stuff you're the same people and <hes> you know we ended up doing some kid robot airmax way back ten to but it was it was the same collectors man but the range of collectors was always inspiring to me because i would back then dude at the height of kid robot i do t- toys signings and there'd be like eight hundred people down the street to get their toys signed which was wild but a testament to the beauty of that audience was that you know at one signing of hanging out and this dude comes up next in lines actress ma'am a huge fan of brought his view and slides me like a huge bag ganga in in new york when it was legal you know mike my made it. I don't really smoke but you know jedi does so. I probably probably ended up with that baggage. Check it out a few people later to n._y._p._d. Sergeants walk up and they're like tristen.
"eaton" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"I'm over that very well but he also painted like the new york yankees bike and painted the frame like <hes> wood grain louisville slugger logo on it. He didn't like the tommy hilfiger bike that was in the macy's windows forever and <hes> i learned how to pay motorcycles us from him and it was very hands on and as a result of you know painting bikes for him <hes> that's how i got in the source magazine for the first time which in the nineties and new york it was kind of a big deal yeah biggie smalls taught me that it was dope so i learned a lot from him and a lot of the methods that i learned painting thing <hes> auto body style acrylic year attains and masking systems and stuff. I employ to this day on my canvas work so did your did you actually become an artists by painting cars and bikes. I know you start doing like canvases and then work to cars and bikes or dumpsters and i was always painting in the street kind of in the background that was never like a career goal you know but the you know to make a living did cartoons for magazines rock posters album covers whatever i could do man you know what i mean has a poster yeah those. Please have one by one from you but that's the pearl jam tattoo. Oh man dan do them like a the the fan. I didn't know that we can hook you up with a bunch for sure buddy rock posters shit. Oh that's dope but yes so i ended up working with scott because i wasn't making money anywhere else and he you know taught me how to paint motorcycles and then you know i was in new york trying to make a living and i was broke and i ended up living at the motorcycle shop. You know like kind of caused a homeless so you're the guy you were talking about before who was like actually you. You crashed the bike every other week. He's got that might have been me <hes> but yeah at the time. I had a eighty six bronco that was like poop brown and i was sleeping the motorcycle shop and whenever scott would have girls over. I'd have to go sleep in my car spacious. I was hustling. Man goes a pretty cozy there. If you still had that bronco probably worth money right got him talented oh no yeah i was broke but the irony of it and the kind of poetry of new york if you make it there's some sweet poetry to <hes> you know looking back on when times are rough because when i would sleep in my car parked right outside the river cafe and dumbo now every time i go the river cafe and bailouts yeah yeah we came a long way you know you're like eddie murphy when he goes back to the bar and trading places and he's like i got your measly hundred twenty seven dollars kind of like that <hes> but yeah also sleeping in the motorcycle shop the day nine eleven happened. Oh shit yeah and he came in this. There's a a room that we used to use the light box work for painting motorcycles that was like sleeping in there and scott kick the door. Open was a plane at the world trade center. Mike sat up man. We're in dumbo right which stands for down here. The manhattan bridge overpass used to be poor. People live now to our very rich. People live right used to be mostly artists and <hes> i i thought like a little cessna hit the building or something to it off so they came back down and shook me and i ran upstairs and as i came out of the stairwell to the roof oof had a disposable camera and i started clicking it and caught photos of the second plane hitting the towers look out here really <hes> and we were right there i level the manhattan bridge when and everyone was running across series on that series of no way yeah my my heads and some of them when we collapsed so we're we're like there there that day man and scott rotas bike all the way down to the ground zero that night and the next building was like a series of stacked squashed. I cop cars stacked like pancakes yeah. It's crazy shit. Man was wild. That's crazy but when i think back to my days painting motorcycles that that memory all stands out.
"eaton" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Oh my goodness that's rarer than fucking doc in boban dirac trophy. Don't we wrought those fucking around doing shoot at his school tristan eaton in studio what guys and we were and and we were playing on bob's track and he always like let us fuck around the track and we had this like avihou chevy rental car something and we're like do we got this big skit paddling but still on stray sliding like fuck it we like went to in and out and got the trade came back and bob bondra all who go doing that looks like fun and like bob. Don't tell me at like seventy nine salt. You've ever slid a car entrees before he's like no never get in the fucking car bob. We put the car on lunchtime shredded. It and that's what it did. Yeah melted right well. You know you're really supposed to used used metal trades. It's not really quote lunch trays. As much as it's supposed to be baking sheets ones does does yeah. We got funds shit on the walls here. What's up brother could see men tristen eaten in studio. Follow this motherfucker on to get my hot keys right. I finally solved that problem. People false motherfucker on the graham tristen e. a. t. o. n. or also at tristan eaton dot com this motherfucker campaign. Let me tell you this says. If this is a person who knows how to paint your work and some some brief background <hes> i had a friend and i suppose i still have a friend although i haven't seen her in in quite a very very long time whose name was johnny friedman and her name is now change. Let gillette right gillette. Yes of course little sweetie and i i met this girl through the grapevine and i i forget how it came up but she was working for you in long long island city at your thunder dog studios. Are you still there. No man jenny worked for me in dumbo brooklyn and long island city queens when i had thunder dogma design studio yeah i closed that maybe six years ago to focus on my painting okay cool yeah and you guys know through florida days days like it's very weird like i went to college with like might have been her ex boyfriend actually or may know or or her her her her brother's friend. I don't know what it was but it was a very strange circle either way. We never boned either way. Ah she's the she's the best she introduced to you. I don't know if it was because i was interested in doing the mini and the connection happened or if it happens some other way i don't know what happened but <hes> i think at that point i had some background in painting like motorcycles and cars and stuff and she might have brought that up to you or something and that's how we ended up talking about it but i always had this sort of <hes> affinity for the b._m._w..
"eaton" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Rules go to brio four life. That's b. r. i o. The number four life dot com brio four life dot com use code smoking smoking s. m. o. k. i. n. G. at checkout embryo four life dot com upgrade your shave upgrade your face. Look good like me. That's what it is lastly of course auto tempests dot com. They've been with us a long time. We love him when you're shopping for a car. Go to auto tempus dot com. You know why it's not a car site. It's all the car sites lights it aggregates all the important used car sites into one place saves. You time saves you money. Because your time equals your money at least my time equals my money auto tempest it looks at all the main car retail platforms cars dot com cars direct cars carsoup and ebay motors others and it connects them with the results from auto trader and all of craigslist nationally they are time savers because you don't have to type in the same garbage garbage over and over and over again. It searches all the sites out once. How hard is that. They don't want anything from you just to use the other sites through them which you can do do because it uses all your sides at once got it auto tempests. Dot com is the jam all right on this episode. We're going to take a bit of a left from cars ars for some of it. <hes> my old pal tristan eaton is in the studio. Tristan is an artist <hes> street artist spray can artist <hes> he's a physical michael artists in terms of consumer goods. He used to design toys for the company kid robot and created a lot of they're really well known aesthetic nick. He's done murals. He's done unbelievable work and back in the day he turned my mini cooper into a real art a car and so <hes> i haven't seen him in like ten years but the guy's super successful he's really cool. He's got a great story tristan eaton on the smoke entire podcast that is the result of bob onder ons one and only time ever sliding of front wheel drive car on lunch trays..
UK scientist found on Greek island fell from height
"Another dead Dr in Greece please Sir looking for a thirty five year old British astrophysicist and they have found a body in a ravine on the Greek island of a Correa the body was discovered by a volunteer one of dozens of people who are looking in the search of the woman Natalie Christopher is an astrophysicist from London who resides on Nicosia and was reported missing by her partner after she failed to return from or what are run on Monday morning this is weird because if you remember there was an American scientist who stand Eaton who was killed on a different Greek island but also after reportedly having gone out for a jog they don't know if this was foul play if she died of some natural causes
Armie Hammer slammed for posting bizarre video of son sucking his toes
"We're going to talk about Armie hammer's two year old son he his name is Ford which is a really cute name yeah he likes to suck on his dad's toes army face some backlash he posted a video of it online and people aren't you know people want to just get crazy over anything he did title or put the hash tag foot fetish on Fleek which not only was the wrong way to go because you know that the response a whole bunch of conversations there but you know I just don't know why people are so up in arms about this it's a two year old is his son he's joking yeah okay this is another one the kids do weird crap dawn Eaton and lex I I I again let's just imagine the crazy stuff little Alexis is going to do I mean I know I can't wait I mean all the crazy you know I mean kids why do people care if they did the army doesn't care why do you worry about your own damn kid if there's a key why are you worried about Armie hammer's kid army embers kit is probably a very very very well treated little man let's do you come on his wife owns a fabulous bakery in Dallas by the way it was going to say that well speaking of his wife Elizabeth he said first of all he said it went on for seven minutes now that it also tracked backlash he was a choking his wife said it was closer to five seconds yeah if it's a joke it's just you know it's a a fondness for feats that's his it's a little joke in their family safe well being is always our top priority she had to see that in there really social media you you can't hear inflection and pull people could not take a joke and they can't read sarcasm but they really can't I said yesterday in a tweet and some of you responded I said you know in response old Disney world don't go you people shouldn't go without kids and I said I I I how how did I put it in people I had a guy actually think I was serious I wrote I apologize eight I went to click on this and then I should I wrote did in and out I said look at this oddity and I pictured I've posted a picture of us at Disney world I still look at this oddity three grown adults without kids enjoy the magic of Disney land and we did it without preventing a single child from getting a Mickey pretzel though I did push the kid out of my way to get to the millennium falcon I actually had the people get pissy with me on because of that tweet and I'm like do you really think I pushed a child out of the way any of you know you did let's be crystal clear I would did you did it this time right now I don't want to cause any more trouble there but the worst thing is is that they're the people responding in the way that they did but you know what it for everyone because if I was on him I never hear anything again no of the right exactly but we want to see these things because yeah if it's an ongoing joke in the family was more like five seconds I guess this kid likes people's feet yeah probably like signing a woman you know it's like he's eye level with feet probably a lot yeah her feet propped up yeah and it looks like a really big some if he's a thumb suckers public
The Internet Responds to the New Trailer for 'Cats'
"The trailer for the movie cats uh-huh so curveball if we could create a vast distance between quality as vast distances possible from the South Pole to the North Pole and back again that's cats to once upon a time in Hollywood in my mind Chris. I Really WanNa know what you thought of the cats trailer. I'm starting to lose the La- grip on the road pure man like I don't know. I don't really know what my purpose and role is in this culture if this is what we're doing wow if brought you to your knees. I'm a fake animal that sings. I don't need me. You'll need my takes like you know what I'm saying like retiring. I'm I'm just saying that like I have nothing to offer. Cats culture cats culture yeah. What's what is it? What are your dog guy? You know wish that Milton in could sing no did I need to see James Corden as a cat various other people as cats. I I don't know who this movie is for other than intense fans of the extremely long running winning Broadway musical cats which is utterly mediocre musical by all accounts not really in the in the Pantheon of the great examples of all time memories. JAMMIES is okay but you know what what else. I don't know they've assemble levels <unk>. Dave assembled a lot of talent. This has like all time stinker at non it. I think it has all time film twitter meam Lord written all over and we find out that film twitter is not the real world. I think three hundred dollars yes. That's the big question is is the trailer hit on Thursday. Everybody acted as if they got a star is born but in reverse yeah they could that they were they thought was going to be bad and it was actually worse than they thought it was going to be and they they left at the chance like a cat right to make fun of it can can I just read some of the names of of the characters lease due. Taylor swift is playing a cat named bumble Arena Scher eagerly anticipating that performance Gordon is playing a cat named Busta for Jones Yeah Yeah of course as the call me that Jennifer Hudson Grizz Abella Yup the crucible is the singer of memories rebel Wilson Jenny any dots yeah cool cat names racism creative writing Cinderella tighter. Yeah I know about that guy little known facts about cat. Isn't there something Jelica yes little known. Fact about cats is Andrew. Lloyd Webber was nine years old when he wrote it surprising that we're not but <hes> so you guys are. I'm not anticipating this movie not that much snow. Would you say you're anticipating it less than Topgun Maverick. Yeah I mean I think that if if you could if I could get in a time machine and they were like do you WanNa go back and kill Hitler right or you know Bassy Alexander the Great Cross the Russian steps I would like can I just go ahead fifteen months to see top gun to in the span of five minutes you have retired fulltime cultural commentary and you have stated that rather than kill Hitler. You would like like to go forward nine months. The high stakes here. I can't imagine listen people's choices of their own choices it I could not. I can't imagine sitting through this movie. Here's the here's the issue with the realistic take on cats. What's the genitals where are they? What's going on with them? You see I'm watching trailing arm like I'm expecting to see a para harakat nuts. Are you not you are because it's a realistic moved in this. Why are we doing it? Can they wear pants. Why are they not wearing pants? WHO's Coordi- character Busta for bus drivers got like a little petticoat yeah? He's starting it some wearing pants summer. Not What is the deal. What does the deal is this exactly what you hoped or hoping the Jason would imitate Jerry Seinfeld seeing the trailer for cats so yes? This is exactly what imagining
"eaton" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball
"Eating was a guy that kind of fell below my radar of targets and i never really wound up with him anywhere and never even really considered him and part of it was with the concern about the health and then part of it was again guys around him that i just preferred more but adam eaton is is crushing it so far just i'm curious what you think about him 'cause you're up there with the other guys you guys had thirty three for jeff zimmerman thirty six for both you and mike and i was at fifty five so i i was flat out down anada meeting and so far he's smacking the ball what you know caution people again small sample sizes but i mean he he went all like eric names on the reds learn what do you do he video or something because i mean he just went ham on the reds so that being said like obviously this isn't who adam eaton is i still don't think he's that much more than what we saw in two thousand fifteen two thousand sixteen with the white sox that would be really good and that's certainly not the fifty fifth outfield and it would definitely make me look foolish and especially good in that in that nationals lineup i mean this this best lab lineup that he's probably ever played in in the national seem intent on hitting him towards the top of that lineup and for some reason bearing trae turner at six i think turner's leading off today so that that's at least a good sign for dusty baker that that aspect that part of it i'm not as fond of but i think those two at the top as a one two punch would work trae turner and and adam.