17 Burst results for "Ed Miller"

"ed miller" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

Chasing Poker Greatness

08:01 min | 3 months ago

"ed miller" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

"There's. Probably some sort of advantage to just kind of knowing the tendencies of writers and knowing people's pet subjects are so we have this element too of understanding people how they think how they operate. That benefits you and obviously in poker, poker is a game of people and understanding understanding your opponent's strategy better than they understand it themselves is like one of the things that I think separates the higher level players from the lower level players is that like, yeah, you can get you can get into the mind of a week player and sort of understand how they're thinking about poker and how they think about all the things and then create counter strategies to exploit that. Whether or not higher level players sort of verbalize that, I'm not sure, but I know that like for a long time, this is like exactly how I play poker without being able to articulate it. It was like, oh, I know you're folding your whole range here, but you don't actually know that you're folding your whole range here and that's good for me. All right, so now we can go back a little bit to after quiz bowl. And it sounds like actually we can talk about your college career and how it kind of poker entered your world, but it seems like there was this pretty quick transition from leaving quiz bowl to poker, right? No, there was a lot of overlap between gradually ramping up at poker and gradually phasing out of quiz bowl. Because I would say my interest in poker really started in college and how old are you, by the way, to sort of set the timeline? So at this point, in the story, I'm 18, and this is in 2002, so you and I are the same age. So you're 38, right? Yes. Okay, there we go. Are you what you were asking my current ages? Yeah, yeah, so that we could kind of do. Not in the narrative. Yeah. Right, right. Okay, so I can kind of remember the exact road trip I was on. It got me into poker. And it was in 2002 after my freshman year had ended back from Michigan to the eastern seaboard and our semester had ended a couple of weeks earlier than most of the east coast schools had. So a buddy of mine said, you know, why don't you just hit me up on aim? He's like, hey, why don't you come up to a person and there are no classes this week. We're supposed to be studying for exams so everyone's just going to party all week. And as I sure. I don't have a job yet. My job doesn't start for two weeks, so I'm up there. And I got there Thursday. And they had a dorm room poker game going. And they got me in there, and I knew I knew the rules. I knew what hand beat what? Because I had dabbled in play money 5 card draw on IRC back when I was 12. So yeah, that's another story, but. I knew the rules, but I didn't know how to play at all. We were playing stuff like baseball, the 7 stud variant where the highest speed and the whole wins. And I was just getting to the river with the king of spades and the hole and like two pair showing on the board and I didn't have better than two pair and some guy was just like betting and raising into me. People were begging me to fold, like, dude, he has the ace. He has, he probably has a flush too. And I was like, no, you're just trying to trick me into thinking that so. So I did just call eventually, but I got shown the ace kids and a flush. So I quickly got taken for 50 or $60. I had brought, but it was worth it because I learned a really valuable lesson in that it's that poker's a skill game and not just random gambling because obviously it was really obvious in the moment that they were doing strategies and tactics that were just superior to my money in there and hoping and so when I got back to in Michigan a friend of mine who was a psychology student, he's also getting into poker. And so from there I just started I bought some square tea books. I bought the legions winning no limit or winning low limit hold them and just went from there deposited on party and started grinding $57 limbo hold them back in 2003, 2004. Yeah, the old limit hold them days. And from there, the sitting goes, I played those in some low stakes MTT's. I mean, I used to love that 11 re buy on stars that where there's no Rick on the revise and you could just fire off $200 in that and still wouldn't be the person who spent the most in that and 5 figures up top and $11 re buy that was great. Hopefully those and eventually through, I guess around the 2005 when I was graduating and about to go off to graduate school in computer science was something awful forums and I met Jason Somerville and he just helped me get my game to the next level. I mean, it was probably the first person who really talked me through concepts that I wasn't just reading in a book from some author from some author who just might I want to denigrate slansky here, but there was a lot of exactly no limit guy. Well, at least for a while, at least wrote that book with Ed Miller. Yeah, I mean, advanced hold them was a limit book to hold them for hold them poker for advanced players. The acronym there. I read that. I did like when I remember the term of poker for advanced players that's going to and I remember this, there's a passage where he says, he goes on an aside where he's like, if you don't know how I arrived at this figure, you should put this book down. You're not ready for it. And I was like, okay. And so I went and I derived it myself just to prove them wrong. It's like, okay, I do know how you got this figure. I'm gonna keep reading this book. Take that, David slansky. Take that author. Yeah, I don't know if that's a great thing to put in a book. I haven't written my book yet, but it probably won't have something like that. To be fair, it did get the message across. And it did get me to do the work and figure it out for myself. You're probably a rare breed, you know? I would assume most people just read that and kind of rolled their eyes with contempt and moved along to the next paragraph, you know? I mean, there was a contempt, but then I realized he was kind of right that if I really didn't understand some of these fundamentals that I wasn't going to get the concepts that were in the rest of the book. Yeah. So what led you to sit and goes, I guess, from the limit hold them games, just trying.

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"ed miller" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

04:39 min | 5 months ago

"ed miller" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Not get to at this point in time to a perfectly carbon neutral product because car brands aren't in control of the supply chains. They aren't in control of making sure that every single bit of energy that goes into manufacturing that car comes from a renewable source. And as consumers, when we plug our car in to charge at night and on a lot of big tariffs with our domestic energy supply, we can't all switch to renewable energy immediately. So yeah, but it's the best we've got. And we're on this path. We're on the road to 2030, you know, in 2030, that's going to be no more sales of new petroleum diesel cars. I don't think people have engaged with that necessarily as much as men and women, perhaps, even though you've just said that. And I read that. And I think also with the coverage of Ukraine and headlines such as net zero is dead. Something I definitely want to explore in more detail on the program. Perhaps people think well we don't have to engage with this as much as maybe we were going to. Do you know what, for the first time, if you'd said to me even a month ago, do you think 2030 might be pushed back? Do you think the government mandate that we have to switch to electrics in 2013 was do you think it might be pushed back? I would have said, no way, you know, they've said it, car brands are on target to switch their whole range to electric at that point. But now given everything that's happened given the inequitable rides of prices for energy, I think either the government is going to have to consider pushing back on that date. Or more crucially, I think they're going to have to consider holding back on scrapping the remaining incentives and grants that exist. And the plugin grant ends in 2023. The benefit in kind tax break for company car drivers and electric cars ends in 2025. Maybe they're going to have to push back on that. Do you have an electric car? I do. Right. So you are talking from the seats, not literally right now. Of having gone there and done it. I mean, I would expect no less, but I've had that sort of question before in I think I remember asking Ed Miller band that question when he first was shadow. Energy secretary. And I don't think he did. I'm not sure he does yet either, but it's not it's not something that lots of people, as you say, women or men necessarily have gone there with full-time for themselves, even if they've tried it or engaged with it. No. And you know, yeah, I put my money where my mouth is, but it's easy for me to, I'm a motoring journalist. So I have access to these cars as well as running and owning them. And the problem is, it's not their for everyone at the moment. We do find looking at the data auto trader that the pockets of ownership for electric cars are in affluent areas. That means that the pockets of charging networks tend to be more in affluent areas. So we need to see much greater rollout of the charging networks. But we will get there, but in the meantime, the industry and car brands really need to think about marketing properly seriously to women. And just on that final point, do you think if it's not then about women having done too much research? Do you think there's also, again, it's hard to generalize, but a bit of the reticence or even lack of engagement at all because women are thinking, do you know what maybe I just don't want to spend more money on cars, maybe we should be pulling back altogether from them. A 100% and I think there is a bit of that actually..

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"ed miller" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

04:20 min | 5 months ago

"ed miller" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Domestic energy supply, we can't all switch to renewable energy immediately. So yeah, but it's the best we've got. And we're on this path. We're on the road to 2030. You know, in 2030, that's going to be no more sales of new petrol and diesel cars. I don't think people have engaged with that necessarily as much as men and women, perhaps, even though you've just said that. And I read that. And I think also with the coverage of Ukraine and headlines such as net zero is dead. Something I definitely want to explore in more detail on the program. Perhaps people think well, we don't have to engage with this as much as maybe we were going to. Do you know what, for the first time, if you'd said to me even a month ago, do you think 2030 might be pushed back? Do you think the government mandate that we have to switch to electrics in 2013 was do you think it might be pushed back? I would have said, no way, you know, they've said it, car brands are on target to switch their whole range to electric at that point. But now given everything that's happened given the inequitable rides of prices for energy, I think either the government is going to have to consider pushing back on that date. Or more crucially, I think they're going to have to consider holding back on scrapping the remaining incentives and grants that exist. And the plugin grant ends in 2023. The benefit in kind tax break for company car drivers and electric cars ends in 2025. Maybe they're going to have to push back on that. Do you have an electric car? I do. Right. So you are talking from the seats, not literally right now. Of having gone there and done it. I mean, I would expect no less, but I've had that sort of question before and I think I remember asking Ed Miller band that question when he first was shadow energy secretary and I don't think he did. I'm not sure he does yet either, but it's not it's not something that lots of people, as you say, women or men necessarily have gone there with full time for themselves, even if they've tried it or engaged with it. No. And you know, yeah, I put my money where my mouth is, but it's easy for me to. I'm a motoring journalist. So I have access to these cars as well as running and owning them. And the problem is, it's not there for everyone at the moment. We do find looking at the data auto trader that the pockets of ownership for electric cars are in affluent areas. That means that the pockets of charging networks tend to be more in affluent areas. So we need to see much greater rollout of the charging networks. But we will get there, but in the meantime, the industry and car brands really need to think about marketing properly seriously to women. And just on that final point, do you think if it's not then about women having done too much research? Do you think there's also, again, it's hard to generalize, but a bit of the reticence or even lack of engagement at all because women are thinking, do you know what maybe I just don't want to spend more money on cars? Maybe we should be pulling back altogether from them. A 100% and I think there is a bit of that actually..

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"ed miller" Discussed on Gambling With an Edge

Gambling With an Edge

04:03 min | 5 months ago

"ed miller" Discussed on Gambling With an Edge

"Dinosaurs. So guests on this show in the past, Ed Miller, and Matt David Dow. Supposed to be the best at coming up with lines for in stream bedding, and their selling their lines to a lot of the big sports book. What is the state of that? Well, I think there are no right track. If you look to previous countries they've done more business in game than they've done before the game. U.S. sports betting isn't to that extent yet, but I think in a few years it will be. Not only that, I think micro bats will take over. Where people are just betting a dollar or $2, but they're churning it. Incredibly fast and losing at a high rate. Like every pitch of baseball or every shot in golf, I think that's the future is micro bets. That's all has to be algorithmic. And I think these guys are on the right track. It's a big learning curve and like everything it's a moving target. But I think that's the future. I remember, well, this is sort of esoteric, but cricket betting really took off with in game wagering. Because the one day games are 7 hours long and the test matches can go from anywhere from three to 5 days. So that was sort of a no brainer. But it's happened in soccer too, which I didn't see at first. Coming, but now, so what happens when in game betting takes over, there's no, there's no reason to have to bet at post time. If you can bet any time the game, you don't have to rush home or you don't want the rush down to a book or get on your phone at 1 o'clock to bed in an NFL game because as soon as he kicked off, it's going to be the same price as you're just going to go keep going and going and going and obviously that is going to be bigger betting than the pre game stuff. You mentioned just before we started that everything changed when the computer group started in the late 70s..

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"ed miller" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

Chasing Poker Greatness

05:38 min | 9 months ago

"ed miller" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

"I thought the same thing and I also realized that a lot of people would think the way that you did of like, why do I need this thing? No, and I, you know, I had done what I'm sure what else has. I had found GTO ranges online. I printed them, I had either tried to memorize them or study them or have them near me when I was playing and things like that. But I didn't know the process behind them. I didn't understand what the purpose was. It was just like, all right, well, this person who runs a poker site, so they must be better than me, he says, this is what I'm supposed to play. So I'll print these off and I'll try it. The trouble with that also is everything evolves so quickly and moves that what is what you might find online Googling a pre flop chart from two years ago or three years ago? Nowadays could be so wrong, a great example of that was recently considering going to play live. I went to the old poker materials and had Ed Miller's the course, which just came out. I think it was maybe O 6 or something like that. Maybe not maybe not that long ago. But not forever ago. And looked at the ranges of, you know, playing a 9 max live, mid one, two, two, 5 type of a game. And looked at it and I posted those ranges in the village, like, what's everyone think of these? And it got laughed out of the village. This is crazy. And of course, Ed Miller's, you know, brilliant. I mean, he's been doing poker for God knows how long and written all these books and knows what he's doing. And what he published, at least according to general thought in our community, where he published as far as optimal ranges, a handful of years ago are now laughed at potentially. With respect to Ed Miller because I don't know any different..

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"ed miller" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"ed miller" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Krista low art chris. Let's talk a little bit about indiana jones. Five some new news in the world of indie. What's going on there. Yes indiana jones. Five is currently shooting in the uk and some set picks leaked online. And they show a stunt man on a motorcycle and the most interesting part of this is the stunt man was wearing a mask latex or almost like a halloween mask if you will and it was a harrison ford mask and it's not harrison ford as it looks now and you know not say harrison. Ford looks bad. He looks great for his age by. Obviously he's older now but the mask appears to be a younger indy and That's making everyone assumed that we're getting some sort of flashback to india during the war I should also add that. There were people dressed up like Nazis on the set and While that's more of a normal thing that i would like it to be in present day these. These were extras in a film. They weren't actual nazis. I see did not treat the set. Okay so what do you think about this. The well first of all do we know that. It's not harrison ford wearing younger harrison ford mass. Because that would be pretty amazing. Yeah at one point. The actor stuntman fell off. The mask flew off and it revealed. It was like a younger stuntman. Well okay so my idiotic joke aside. What do you think about about the the idea of a flashback. This india's not necessarily a franchise that's known for its flashbacks right. And it's been a while since i've seen all these movies but you know yeah like and you just it. Has that big prologue. Words him as a teenager play by river phoenix. They don't really do flashbacks that much. So yeah. I'm not really sure how this will be any. I like the idea of indie fight. Nazis again because those movies are always great when he's punching nazis. Nothing wrong with that I end again. I guess anything. I'm a little worried about is they're gonna probably is a flashback. They're probably digitally de age. Harrison ford and sometimes that works really well and sometimes it does not I feel like captain. Marvel is a great example of this word. The samuel jackson de aging really great but there are other examples where they d age someone and it just. It's very noticeable and i don't like cgi harrison ford running around. So i guess it really depends on how big i mean how long the scenes gonna be and obviously it's like the whole movie like that would be really weird. It was like you know digitally ford movie. But i'm all in. I love indiana jones. I'm i'm a big fan of the franchise. Like of the two big lucasfilm franchises well mostly by feel like were star wars fans. I was always more of an indie fan. I didn't really like like stars as much. But i liked the gyms a lot more so you know i wish i wish steven spielberg directness. And he's not a yeah. I'm still excited for the film. Yeah yeah man on the same page there. Even in terms of like being more of indefens- than star wars fans which may be like blasphemous on this podcast which talks about star wars. Like all the time but All right so. Let's talk a little bit about a vertigo video game. That's coming so this was sort of surprising news today. We learned that A video game based on or sort of inspired by alfred hitchcock's classic film vertigo is coming out later. This year Vertigo came out in nineteen fifty eight and in the year of our lord. Twenty twenty one. We were getting a vertigo video game. So there's a sort of announcement teaser about this and some information about this game. I don't want to go too much in death registering to put this on people's radar. Actually think it sounds interesting once you get past like what. The hell is going on of the very premise of this movie. Getting a game adaptation. So it's not actually a a one to one adaptation of the movie which starred jimmy stewart It is instead a movie that are sorry. A game that sort of takes inspiration from a bunch of different hitchcock properties including psycho rebecca and really takes the themes from vertigo. So we're talking about obsession in memory and perception identity manipulation and it sort of pushes. The players through this mystery narrative The official language of game says writer. Ed miller came out unscathed from a car crash down in a brody canyon california even though no one was found inside the car wreckage ed insists that he was traveling with wife and daughter traumatized. By this event he begins to suffer from suffer from severe vertigo. As he starts therapy he will try to uncover what really happened on that tragic day. So that kind of setup is very familiar. I feel there are several movies. That sort of take that that sort of general idea of like a a man who has lost his family in the jodi foster movie flight plan comes to mind too so You know movies that sort of get inside characters heads and game is going to do that. Where it actually. Let's play control three different characters and try to fill in gaps of. What's actually going on in your able to explore different environments sort of crosscheck the events in your pinpoint what is actually going on versus what are deceptive memories. That are sort of clouding your Your field of judgment as a as a character so Yeah i just thought it sounded kind of cool chris. I'm not not like a big gamer but Your hitchcock fan. So are you interested in this at all man. I'd rather this then a vertigo remake movie but the character designs. Just look really look like. They're from like crazy. Taxi arcade game with the ninety mile. Like i watched like the trailer while the where you call it. The landscapes looking great like they look cool like visually but the characters look really weird and i get not wanting to you know have have video game jimmy. Stewart running around plus. They don't have the right to do that anyway. But i don't know i feel about this. It's a little weird. There is a part of me chris. I have to admit that. Would love to control a jimmy stewart avatar in a video game but all right so yeah you can watch the trailer in the link in the show. Notes there Let's talk a little bit about a a movie adaptation of the munsters which is a nineteen. What nineteen sixties show was testses. So i guess chris just in case. Some of our younger listeners might not be familiar with You know tv land reruns and things like that. Maybe set up the munsters and then tell us who is making a monster movie. Okay the munsters is basically a big addams family knockoff. but it still has its charms Like it's about a bunch of weirdos living in a bit creepy house and how they deal with normal people and the differences whereas the anna's family they're.

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"ed miller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"ed miller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Tweets. Here's Jake who tweeted this Is it a coincidence that Robinson has put the pressure on the bears even harder after the Tom Brady News came out a couple of days later? Before. I should say this was the news that the Bears were in on Tom Brady this offseason. Did it change after Tom Brady threw two picks, including a pick six Sunday in New Orleans was a good counter. Ed Miller says. I think you're off on Robinson upset with Mitch. He worked out with Mitch a bunch this offseason. I think he just wishes Mitch was better. I think I listen again. I'll say what I said earlier. I think this's in terms of negotiations. I'm sure Alan is like, Look, I'm a cz. Good. Is this player over here who had 100 catches and 1100? Yards in eight touchdowns. I'm not gonna have those numbers because of the offense on man. If you fix the quarterback, I'll have those numbers. So you need to pay me like that guy and we'll be fine, right? It's just about the respect in the pay. In dealing with it easier Fills in Naperville. Phil, you're on ESPN 1000. What's up? Good luck to you, but I appreciate it fell. I love ESPN. We love Thank you. Damn it! I love you. But my question is, is what with Agent putting that out. Is he asking for more money? Or is he asking for a better quarterback? And what if my last question is what kind of relationship is going be with Mitch in a rot of the rest of the season now? Thank you. Thanks for the call feet. Listen, I think it's I could just say from my own perspective that that's that that is participation that I wouldn't personally be comfortable with. From my agent. I don't think that does you any good inside the confines of your locker room? I just don't I mean, You can feel something in the agent. I'm sure it's coming from a position of support. The agent feels great about his client wants his client to get paid and his client deserves to get paid. But I don't see how that really Helps the situation. Do you really want that help? No. It inflames the situation because then you've got to talk show hosts on afternoon. Dr. Saying, Why's the agent putting this out there? I mean, We play well, and you and you know it like that. I think Alan has spent his entire time here in Chicago. Doing the opposite of that I end up guy. Yeah, I've never been never mo ever. Never. Yeah. Just deliver dependable, delivers on all fronts and doesn't resort to stuff like that. I listened to each their own, but that's not the participation I would personally be seeking from my representation. If you're just getting into your car, The Tribune and Brad Biggs reporting that Alan Robinson has asked the Bears for a trade. We're taking your calls to react to this and the heels of the victory Monday, one of the better days in Chicago Sport. Do you know what I was thinking? I would remember this. I forgot about it. Do you know who's like If I'm this guy? I'm picking up the phone and I'm seeing what I can do. And this guy is Aaron Rodgers like Aaron Rodgers. Nobody drafted a wide receiver for him. They drafted a quarterback. They drafted a running back We've always talked about. They've never given him a boy that we're looking upon a trade in the middle of can you like? Thank you. Part of me is goof in right now, But the other part of me is is a femme Aaron Rodgers. And you know he could twist it a little bit. You know, he could did, but I've been in twisted a little bit. I'd be like if I'm if I'm Aaron Rogers on the next time I meet the media. I tweak it A little. Yeah, I know what's going on south of here. Like you know, we could probably We got room for a spot. Joe in Lincoln, Nebraska. You're on ESPN 1000. What's up, Joe? To mark glad you're doing well, It's great seeing you and your boy on instagram. You guys are adorable. Thanks. Yeah. You're welcome. Glad you're doing well. Hey, Tom. I just wondered if this is something that guys talk about, Like Helen Robinson talked to Mitch and be like, Dude, you're killing me like You affected my livelihood, You know is that something that guys talk about or is that just not like what goes on in a locker room or, you know, off the field. I mean, it's just interesting to me like he's going to come out his agent's gonna blast explosively. You know? Is that a conversation that they have is that what players do I, You know, I'm serious about that. You know, it's it's a great question. I think In some instances it does happen. You've seen receivers dressed down quarterbacks. I mean, it happened. I don't think it happens inside that locker room because they think that Matt has has truly created an atmosphere where guys really are pulling on the same end of the rope. I think we're manifest itself is in the body language at times. Like the play that we described earlier where you know he had the corner B. And if Mitch leads him, it's a touchdown. If The fact is, is he under throughout the ball was knocked away and then you see his body language? I don't think I don't think air and I don't know, but I don't think Alan Robinson is the type of guy that comes back into the huddle and dresses down his quarterback. Jane Schomburg, You're on ESPN 1000. What's up? J. It's going good, just wandering out of the 16 incomplete passes by whiskey. Like Can we break down who they were, too and Whose fault they were sure. And also for side moment. Didn't knows that. After Jimmy Graham scored that touchdown, none of his teammates come came to. Ah, Tilbury with him. I did not notice.

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"ed miller" Discussed on The High Vibe Tribe Podcast

The High Vibe Tribe Podcast

07:02 min | 2 years ago

"ed miller" Discussed on The High Vibe Tribe Podcast

"What? You're not hiding behind that mask. It's bringing out another aspect of you. So you put on the cloud knows mindfully and when you open your eyes. You're looking out basically that knows is round of the world. You are part of a round world that is full of amazing and mysterious things and people, and you get find out what it is and who the are. It was beautiful. Thank you. I want to go back to that that question that I asked you about. What does it give the parents permission to do to be because? When I asked that question on new started to speak and I think you really addressing what? I was sort of picking up from that whole energy and and that is. That it seems like in that moment where they are communing with you. And like I said, I, think you were touching on this that gives them permission to not have to be the parent. So. Right, now you were saying on the way there could have been, you know scolding them or giving them all the rules are talking about chores and all of that. But. I had this great sense of release when you were speaking. Like it was giving permission to the parent to not have to be that parent in that moment and that it gave the children an opportunity. Maybe, to see their parents as a child, they really are. True appearance it in the spirit of clowning. That's so true. Well. That's also the way my. Family therapy were especially if is working with one parent where maybe both parents live together. So when Eric spending time with their child in my therapy session. And we would I title would basically communicate that parent the. Here's an invitation for you to join your child in the small one in what they are doing away. And it again it's away from them having to be authoritarian and. Once they enjoy with child then they and then they their child and do anything including the mundane things that need to be done in life. They're doing from a different place. Yeah. A Doctor Adami. Are Starting to teach clown workshops. I've taught many of them in the past and. This is making me think of one where. There's a family that basically invited a bunch of their relatives and plus I had a few other people who came and I had people there who were from age three to I think seventy five. Like So the grandparents and parents and children, and then there was another family whereas a single mom and her two children. Anyway we had a totally multigenerational workshop and it was. Much Fun and the chiltern let us. Has the things that I had to teach the grownups that the children already know and so I said Hey, why don't you go work on something I? I gave them a little project while I taught the parents about you know looking at the world like children and then. The children when they came back. were so sweet to the adults. Like they saw that they were getting it. And and also when the adults and the children were separate, one of the little girls got into my big costin suitcase in hid. Opt Out of it when her mom came back and it was just it was so great because her mom was one of those very strict moms and she just loosened up in laughed. And so it's it is delightful to see the adults followed the lead of the children. I just had a sense of what deep healing. That this offers them heron children alike and really. I can I can almost feel like those walls of separation just melting away. And allowing them to connect the souls that they are. In joy being that natural aspect of the soul, it is powerful. Wow really powerful. I never never had that deep appreciation for it before what the next time you see. Marcy I think I think you're experienced DOT COM CA I do too. I talked to. I can already feel it and I know that our audience can too. Because I've just had what I consider I call it a harshest. It's when the the energy of the heart is actually recalibrated. So and I can already see and feel like this whole. Ripple effect of it. So I just want you to know how you've touched me so deeply. Wonderful warnings May I speak a moment from a spiritual perspective APP plays actually it's all been from that right but anyway. But. You were mentioning I'm a trance medium I do. Readings and she ling's using energy and using a lot of humor actually, and that's because my healing guides. Are Wise guys, they're really funny anyway. Anyway But what I'm in this moment relieving as a message is how? Beautiful on time this interview is. For. I been experiencing a heart shift, the entire interview, and just how this will in essence take us to the next level of our work because I don't think we have ever articulated it. In this way, we've never said your questions are so good and so deep and we've never been able to really we talk this way between us but not to other people. But now we can mutated because we will have this recorded in. Beautiful..

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"ed miller" Discussed on The High Vibe Tribe Podcast

The High Vibe Tribe Podcast

08:18 min | 2 years ago

"ed miller" Discussed on The High Vibe Tribe Podcast

"We great as a team because we've been playing together so much and now we got to play with other people together. Tell me something ever come across kids who are distrusting of you? Yes. But not for long. Up Tie you something There's fear of clowns in this culture part of it is what makes me mad is all the movies that have like Ning horrible clowns in them that are frank. Because that's not the essence of climbing at all. That's. A. just version of it anyway but there's another aspect like I I went to birthday party. And there was twelve year old boy there and he was. Scared of clowns. Now, when I arrived, I did not arrive in my clown persona I just arrived as Lynn and so when his mom told me about that I took him into my changing room and he watched me as I transformed into a clown and then being in on the joke says it were he wasn't afraid of me at all and so that was a big eye opener for me and I should let you know that I have birthday parties just a little bit of what we do now. But Eh, done a lot of it in the past and when I do baby. Harvey's for little little. Children. s like two years old. They are scared of clowns. Clowns just POPs in on them however, if they can do the same thing that twelve year old boy did then they think it's hilarious. They like all the grownups are in the other room and they don't know the secret you know, and so I turned into a cloud in front of them. And then we're in it together. But if I just showed up that way, it's very, it's terrifying because they've just learned what faces are of their family, and now they're out in the world a little bit and what's that scary monster the red nose. into stuff but. If, they see turn into that creature that funny person than they embrace it and they're with you and I. think that's a metaphor for a lot of things. I think it sure is. You really hit on something there. That maybe we all need to pay attention to. We are free people on my goodness feeling a little emotional to talk this but you go ahead what were frayed of other people. We think we know who were looking at, but we don't know them. And I when I lived in San Francisco many years ago I had a four year old roommate among others and his name was Maurice he's now in adults. Anyway Maurice at four years old was the funniest clown I had ever seen and I wasn't a clown yet. And he? Would put on a hat and pick up like a beautiful to be like a cane and unsure he was channeling some old Vaudeville guy. But he just asked me rolling on the floor in stitches and he was just naturally funny and he his way of speaking became part of Hello Mike Clown Persona. Penelope talks I have more than one got grandma climbing melody a penelope talks she's a young child. And so she say I like to so very much. It's just the most tastic thing ever like she'll repeat the superlatives and that's what he did and I learned that from him but I also learned from him something that his mother taught him. His mother is a martial artist. While she's many things but that's one of the things she is. And she taught him I forget what form starting when he was very young. And she also taught him this philosophy which he told me he said, you know a stranger is just a friend you haven't met yet. I. Clown Perspective on the world all the people. If you don't know them yet, they're not your friends because you just didn't need them yet and. We meet another person. They will always be your friend now truly needing has to do with what you were talking about mindfulness. Is that you really present with each other and that you really notice the other person rather than go on what your ideas are about who they might be. So that's when you were talking about mindfulness. I didn't even know that word until a few years ago even though I've been doing Improv for a long time. But what I now know is and what I teach is that mindful enough improvisation. Is Mindfulness in action. It's about being present in the moment and responding just to what's going on like you were saying right now and you're not worried about what's before what's after is just right now and that's also the way clowns are real clouds. At thank you for sharing that I think that that's really huge. And a wonderful sort of blueprint for US ride in terms of being present ourselves and being present in our experiences. So Ed I want to ask you about parents and their response to you is a clown. Jeffrey. Get parents who are afraid of you or who? Are Avoiding you. It doesn't. It doesn't feel that way to me. It feels more like the parents will just sort of open their arms to release their child to be closer to the cloud that's standing in their presence, and that's a I. think it's A. Of, owner respite for the parent and it's all. Them. To be basically. Like. Sharing the clown. So it's Always. Feels that way like kid be? Can I go talk to the client on the parents are seen more than happy to do that? THEY CHECK US out? Yes. and. Of course, we always ask before we do any kind of contact. This was pre Kovin. Obviously, we wouldn't even tapped it now a top. On child would be like I WANNA clown we'll up to the parents to see if that's something that they think is okay. They always not ninety, Ninety, eight percent yes I'm new will in. Also, we do that want at the Unicorn vessels said don't. Yes. Right and so we did yours. Ed, what is thank that you give the parents permission to do. It feels like just to for the child then to be able to experience. His or her presence. In my presence. And maybe the maybe the parents in having a conflict with the child or maybe on the way there they were talking about a tour they were going to have to do. or where to eat, and that's just all forgot when your. Walk Up to a cloud that you've never met and feel perfectly innocent and no the clown is earthly asset with you. That's a good word. Innocence is a very important part. Yes. It's not. Kind of cloud that we are the Rainbow Clown. Most associated in circus with the August, if anybody is cloud them, anyway, they are the innocent. They don't know. How things work into they bump up against it and so. Like a baby, you know go touch something the put it in their mouth. It's really like being when you first start being clown you become a baby again and you're discovering the world and part of that. was talking about the receiving the knows. The Way I was taught in count school in the way I taught him. A noses a mask in a way. Your face becomes a different face when you put on a clown knows.

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"ed miller" Discussed on The High Vibe Tribe Podcast

The High Vibe Tribe Podcast

07:23 min | 2 years ago

"ed miller" Discussed on The High Vibe Tribe Podcast

"Welcome everyone welcome to a very wonderful program that we're going to. Have Today we have. Actually two very special guests and what's so wonderful is that they come to you with the intention to bring great joy and light into your lives and to you a bit of taste as to how they bring this to the world. So I, of course, the Marcy Newman, your host of the high vibe tribe podcast and Tart shift radio and I've been so excited about having this dynamic duo on here today. And so I I just want to welcome introduce them to you quickly. So welcome Lynn Grassberg and Dr Ed Miller Welcome. Morsi I'm Mars Yeah. So I I want to let everybody know that might relationship with Lynn It's about. The, heard over and over again on this podcast that is I have never actually neck them. Linden I have had a connection on facebook for a good long time, and it's one I think sets really been built on mutual respect and. Embrace of each other's work, and so I've really been anticipating this. Program with such delight and you're going to really see why so I I want to invite you to get nice and comfortable and I hope you have a drink with you where something. So you can just sort of sit back and enjoy all of this. So I'm point to begin by introducing Lynde Grassberg to you who Is. Up, can I describe her? So Lynn has a corporate background. Okay. Which I will tell you about because. We believe that every single aspect of our be is so important and it brings us to where we are in this present moment. So Lynn has over thirty years of experience is a keynote speaker and a trainer for corporate education audiences as well as performing in festivals theaters as a musical to media. She is also the author of to improve improvisation related books great group skits fifty character-building scenarios for teenagers and bounceback the new play ethic at work. Lin has also written a musical comedy pirates in Corsets or pianists pinafore and has performed of cast version at the boulder fringe festival and to one woman version and various fringe improvisation in comedy festivals. She is currently organizing informal. Zoom. Virgin plans eventually to take to Broadway. So you can see right off. Okay. We're bringing that fringe in today. Yeah. We're going to hear all about how all of this is coming together in such an incredible way. For both Lynn Amfar for ED. So let me tell you a little bit. Ed Ed is. And Both Ed comes from the Boulder Area Boulder Colorado, and we're GonNa talk more about that and my personal experience there. But anyway. So Ed is actually a clinical psychologist and family therapist. You works with children, adults, couples in communities, using humor and play therapy to help patients, understand themselves and cope with day to day shoes, mental illness, abuse, addiction, and loss. As a performer, he is half of the comedy Improv chain of Grandma and GRANDPA clown. And in case you haven't guessed it. That is who is with us today so Only. Of. Yeah. Already there. Stomach. So. You know Marcy I should tell you one of the things that grandma grandma come do as assemblies in schools, and we have a school program playing with conflict that we start off with an assembly and we started as grandma and GRANDPA clown, and we always have to be having a conflict because that's what we're teaching about. We make it a funny one and then we take. Off Our noses and then we become Dr Ed and Ms Lynne and we do a little workshop with them. After we do the performance of a, let's go back for a moment to that always having to have a conflict because we were worried about at one point. Well, what we just can't think of anything to disagree about. So I came up with the concept of a backup bigger. As we needed it. It felt like he was channeling George from Seinfeld. When Material with George W. This is really wonderful in just a great place for us to start because, of course. With what we are all experiencing in the world and particularly I'm GONNA say my sensitivity towards children. At this time and the challenges that they have faced. I'm so happy to be talking about this and I also have to say how grateful I am for the work that you're doing a world. So. Yeah No, it's really really incredible. So what we know, of course, an ad, you can speak to this more. You know children's mental health is. is a precarious sort of. Development. Isn't there are so many influences whether it's on a familial level you know just personally within their families or communities. And the peers in their schools. This code situation has created. Though many aspects of challenge when it comes to healthy. Development for children and all the many developmental phases that. All those aspects of their lives are meant to provide for them. So could you just talk first about some of the things that you have been seeing coming into your practice so that the children that you work with have been dealing with. Will let me clear the don't actively have a practice, Kamala but I certainly very.

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"ed miller" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"ed miller" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Checking in good to hear from you it's twenty two past the hour I got to get a quick break and we'll be right back on ATM the recent reports America's trucking network who were some of the winners and losers from this past weekend and NASCAR action in Phoenix Joey lagano he was a winner made a spirited charge late to rebound from a slow pit stop when the Jack broke and then held off Kevin Harvick in an overtime restart discourse second win of the season Stewart Haas racing still winless this season but placed all four cars in the top ten in Phoenix Kevin Harvick second claim for your fifth Eric Amaral eighth rookie Cole Custer was night among the losers from the Phoenix race Ryan Blaney collected in a crash triggered by Denny Hamlin Brad Keselowski early in the race to finish thirty seventh and Martin Truex junior if it's not one thing it's another for him and his Joe Gibbs racing team he started at the rear for the second consecutive week but worked his way up to the front when with the help of his pit crew which let him down the past couple weeks this time contact for Merrick Averell of put Truex into the wall Amarillas said contact was unintentional but the damage was enough to ruin true axes race he finished thirty second Ryan Newman will give his first in media interviews and said that horrific Daytona five hundred crash this Wednesday morning on the today show on NBC the recent report on America's trucking network Dennison reporting for America's trucking network check give Mister motor coach you're right doesn't sound right but you don't have the votes to rebuild it so you're going to hang in and hope that's not a plan try something simple can hurt you just might work ed Miller could three engine tranny dish or spray it right at the problem it's a Riley's.

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"ed miller" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"ed miller" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Justin for inflation I Sir gasoline goes any lower it's going to be free gasoline right now a gallon in Milwaukee is about a block and a half taking the tax out take the tax that it's about a block and a half I'm C. into twenty fives into twenty nines for the low grade the eighty seven octane which I think most people use you know it's great nobody uses don't you now at the mid grade nobody buys the mid grade yeah yeah right it's the it's the other two it's the other two I don't know why they still have it there I need you here at the it gets like below five percent of sales is the mid grade it's the people who think that somehow okay I ought to be using the high grade but I don't want to pay that extra thirty five cents a gallon so I'll try to tweak it up a little bit kind of like a light beer just I love Biggie but a light beer you know I like I you know I like making fun of like your because all the guys a drink light beer know that they're ridiculous they just know what they have no defense one other than well what I want to be fat that's all they can come up with this so they can come up with well I am you know here's a responsible that don't drink the beer at all but you leave then you'll be even less fat and you're not you're not please enter your body with this polluted water that's got five Brak talk by the way before I forget I was in here the last couple of days is there any whining about the loss of the Miller brewing name or not posted nobody said anything in that kind of where people were crazy we had park was going to change its name which is just the name of the park Miller courses in Miller cars anymore mostly core is that the good news is that we'll have a lot of jobs in Milwaukee the bad news is it will be called Miller Cory's anymore and the best thing is the we're gonna yup the sense of the call the broker here Miller brewing but the name Miller brewing is an irrelevancy ed Miller courses no more it it's kind of like one of those law firms in the locker rooms keep merging emerging emerge again merging they had they had of getting real like almost all of the names and will only one or two name survives and Wilson course survived the the cut end in Miller didn't so nobody's bothered by that isn't that like it's a bad name more significant the name of the baseball stadium I never understood why people are bothered by that who cares of the name of the stadium is it's hard to use the same something else Paul said no it actually as it is it's very simple to use the saying other things is that it.

"ed miller" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"ed miller" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Her final pitch standing in front of a picture of the American flag top house Republican Kevin McCarthy's response the last three years they're pretty term in the president's guilt they have never accepted the voters choice to make him president resolution calls for open hearings in the intelligence committee led by democratic chairman Adam shelf and a process to publish closed door testimony and hand over evidence to the Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill jerit Halpern fox news now as you might expect capital region lawmakers voted along party lines for the house resolution formally outlining the impeachment process for president trump final tally to launch a formal inquiry to order thirty two in favor a hundred ninety six against democratic congressman Paul Tonko Antonio Delgado voted in favor Republican representative released a final vote against the measure which she said was quote partisan how to win tonight and state police beefing up patrols tonight as well police say there will be an increase sobriety checkpoints D. W. I. patrols last Halloween state police respond to more than seventy noted vehicle crashes resulted in about two hundred fifty injuries and three deaths and the Hoffman Ann Arbor hill community centers and Albany will be hosting a Halloween parties beginning at five PM this afternoon to eight thirty tonight at these two community center events they'll be games food candy as well as costume contest and prize northern California's Kincaid fire starting to slow as officials say didn't gain any new ground overnight cal fire says it's now sixty percent contained the damage remains at about seventy seven thousand acres unfortunately about two hundred eighty two structures have been destroyed fifty been damaged with half of them being homes for first responders hurt but there been no reports of civilian injuries since the fire ignited eight days ago most evacuation orders have now been lifted Chicago mayor Laurie light wood says the teacher strike that is because public school students eleven days is over said public school students will return their classrooms tomorrow final sticking point was how to make up for the time students missed because of the strike the city and the Chicago teachers union compromised on making up five of the days missed two sides had agreed to most points last night but needed today to get over the missed classes issue ed Miller course changing its name to Molson cores beverage company it's also moving hundreds of corporate jobs to Milwaukee part of a restructuring that's going to see as many as five hundred jobs lost the company closing its Denver office with the Chicago office now serving as the north American headquarters W. G. Y. news time coming up for six our next updated four thirty I'm.

"ed miller" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"ed miller" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I'd like to help will but I got kids my own. It wouldn't sound right if I came out against the law the town if someone else started the ball rolling my heart just bleeds for Mrs Reynolds. I already to catch a soup and I feel sorry for Jimmy to I know he's not a bad boy. Well I tell you will. I just can't be the one who takes the I stand endlessly. If one of the town leaders oh I know Mr Rogers they've been calling here in coming to see me bringing me food and their sympathy the thing that I'm afraid Jimmy and I need more than that right now yes. I'm afraid you do to Reynolds. Ed Miller isn't a bit disposed to change his mind on this. Don't understand we reynolds never wants to ask any special special favors. We just expected are do. I'm not proud of what Jimmy's done but he's a good boy. Nobody knows this better than I do. Mr Rogers can't Ed sees a good boy well. That isn't the point Mrs Reynolds. You know some folks. Just don't take well to power. A small man with a little power is a lot more dangerous than a big man with a lot of power. No I just don't see Ed let up on this thing at all somehow somehow we're going to have to raise a two hundred dollars. I'm just not sure folks. Let me do that Mr Juice. I've not got much value but I've tried to sell the little I thought might bring in some money. Everyone I call her. C. Says the same thing they sorry all right for me and CHEF JIM and they won't let me part with a sing on his ago now will. I don't think thank you know what you're asking of me. I think I do Reverend Erickson for instance I. I don't think you'd call Jimmy a center now. Would you know I don't think I would well a lot of folks in town of told me they'd follow along long. Some responsible person took the 'cause up here and you know sort of a town leader. Will I've got my entire congregation to think of they place a lot of faith in the minister and I'm. I'm afraid a lot of restrictions on him sometimes to tell me this. Do you think Ed Miller is right and what he's doing. I think he's absolutely wrong. Law and justice should always be tempered with mercy longtime ago French Fella Rousseau Rousseau. I think his name was said that good laws lead to the making of better ones and bad laws bring about worse. I say this laws a bad one. If it don't spell out some protection to minors on first defenses the law could be more specific alright will it doesn't reflect entirely realistic thinking but then at Miller isn't reflecting the point of view of the majority of modern peace officers either no that's right of course most of them had turned Jimmy over Mrs Reynolds and then had a good smart talk with them both pretty bad exception well. Thanks for your time..

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"ed miller" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

12:39 min | 3 years ago

"ed miller" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Zain Gentlemen the Editor of the alaria weekly gazette will rogers junior thank you you know some newspapers claim they print all the news. That's fit the print and some others who won't admit it just print all the news that fits rodgers of the gazette offering you again tonight transcribed another heart warming story of a hundred newspaper and it's friendly editor and starring will Rogers Junior. It's built around the square and after that meanwhile to tell you the truth. The town doesn't go too far in any direction and never did and probably never will larry is just about like it was a century ago people with the same names live in the same houses and for the most part aren't they pretty much the same idea as the generations which went before Alaria doesn't want to be any bigger or any different. He doesn't want to change the folks here like things just the way they are. It's midnight now. The town squares deserted except for Ed Miller the policemen and it's dark except for the light that's on the office of the alaria gazette he d._d.. mm-hmm the all right will oh hi ED. Everything's all right except the time of Day Maggie Gone uh-huh suppertime just finish up the stuff. We never get to daytimes you just finishing up and be just starting to work. Where are you going to have anything exciting in the gazette this week? How how long since did you read anything exciting in the gazette? Well good long time. I guess nearest thing too hot news. This week is a crop analysis and the Agricultural College. You want anything special. No no just saw your light figured it. was you working..

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"ed miller" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:35 min | 3 years ago

"ed miller" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"FM if you're ever in the Sierra foothills, you wanna get a crystal clear signal you go to that ninety three point one FM. You're going to get it. Okay. I talked to Bill McDaniel who of limit out bait and tackle over. And clearly clearly is having one heck of a year. If you recall we start off with kind of so-so bass fishing, no big fish at all. And then about three weeks ago. All of a sudden, the big fish came out of the woodwork. Check with Bill to see how things are going right now. Bill, I'm here in all kinds of reports on clear lake before we get started. We know that clearly is one of those lakes that fish will spawn in clearlake anywhere from March to July. This year. It would have been a hard to predict because of all the water, but what what's going on right now. Well, you're you're absolutely right, Bob. The the the bite is good the Fisher spawning the the fairly recently. They they were starting to get on beds are make beds, you know, a couple of weeks ago. Now, you got fish that are that are on beds of fish that are now all the beds, and then some fish still staging to despond. So the fishing fishing is good. Although it can be a little hot and cold guys go out one day, and they they just crush it. And then another day their struggled a little bit. But but the best bite overalls. Good and the the quality of fish has been really good. There's guys, you know, a lot of eighths a buddy of mine close by he got an eleven and a half an hour later twelve I know you're where a little. Earlier before this phase, you know, the Arabs are working. And and a guy got a sixteen and another and his son got a twelve a double twelve and five on a which which is it must have been a lot of fun, but that's kind of diminishing. And now, it's you know, it's more, you know, be there in the two lease their people are punching into to Elise their their singles who work in a lot of different stuff is working some other the smaller swim Bain, and it's and so, you know, overall, they're having fun and a lot of them are doing well. And then they'll come back to, you know, grumpy the next day, but then the day after they'll be happy. Right now, it's hard for me to get over thinking of those two guys would to fish that weighed twenty eight pounds. Oh that s I I'm telling you. I heard stories, you know, when I got up here. And now, I'm starting to see it for it's real, you know, so it sounds like the kind of year when they when they actually set that record several years ago. It was you're all of a sudden Bish big fish came out. And that's where that current lake record came from right? Right. Exactly. So hey, Bill. What are you? What at what point? Do you think they are at the spawn just the average bad some fish respond? But he, yeah, I'd I'd say maybe I just off the top of my head thirty percent in thirty. Okay. Yeah. I had I had fish just at my doc that were pre sponde-, and and the female was not sitting on a bed yet and that was just a week ago. And it's funny because you know, it's a learning curve for me. I I I had a smaller female male didn't they disappeared after about three days, and I had a medium size, fe-, female and smaller male, then I had a monster. And my my son threw everything, but the kitchen sink, Adam. They wouldn't fight. But I got to see him. So it was it was good to see, you know, isn't that? I mean, there's nothing wrong. Even if you can't catch them. That's quite a side to see a big bass on her bed. Yeah. Absolutely. Absolutely. I go online and watch some videos of these pros telling me how you how you get catch them. And basically, you just bug them to death until they can't they just have to buy. Well, these pros the guys at that Savia to the guys that have lots of patients hotel you today, they do indeed this one one guy, and I forget his name you may have heard him. But he he just through and through. He wouldn't give up, you know. And sure enough I got the mail to bite and any and got it. And then he got the female to bite got it. Yeah. So, hey, what's going on crop wise? They still a bite is still on. It's a lot of that spawning has taken place. They thinned out a little in the keys, but they're still out there. One of those guys who's a friend of mine league. And he he went out today. Got he got like fifty with his client. So so they're out there. And then there's an unusual allow unusual is. But it since I've been here, it's the most dramatic, and that's this night bite from about four PM till or five I'm sorry for about eight PM till about four in the morning. It's just nonstop action. And all these docs, the launch dock and the other docs, down here near me. They're just full of people at night, they they sleep during the day. And then they go out at night. Yeah. Fishing for crop or bath 'Croppy? Okay. Yeah. And the crappy by this monster night bite is happening as right now with that Bill McDaniel over limit out, Bayden tackle it. Clearly, it's going on isn't it? My goodness bills. Number seven seven nine nine eight one zero zero six I talked to Ed Miller Dillard's guided fishing about Davis lake and Frenchmen's reservoir, and what you had to say last week about Davis leg seem like things were just barely getting going up there any change in the last week. Well, a little bit there yet picked up pretty good. A guy talked to some people. I knew if there yesterday and a couple of guys had ten fish while the guy, I ran a call at seven been doing about that all week, you know, using the needle fish the dick nights and one guy that I know he was using a little red rainbow runner and getting there. Okay. So that was that was a pretty good thing. I fish from the show awhile and actually was talking to the more or less up and down the Bank and the two guys that I talked to that were catching fish is funny. They were using corn flavor holiday I had rainbow on and never got touched. But they were using the corn and one gentleman he had three and lost a couple of the other guy had I think three fish and corn corn flavor and power bait. Yeah. And. Red hot on the shore. But it's been kind of steady. These guys have been fishing all week except Tuesday getting to maybe three on a good day. But they're other guys who are down there. They stuck at a little longer. And they finally got a couple of fish. In fact, this guy Mike he actually listened to your radio show. Really good talking to, you know, you're you're on Tim show wonders overseas Roseville there. It was nice chat with those guys and enjoying the lake. Yeah. Anything on Frenchman you Ed. Yeah. I was up.

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