17 Burst results for "Ed Smith"

"ed smith" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:27 min | 2 weeks ago

"ed smith" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Wounding von Braun, who was then apprehended. Remember when that happened. And finally in 1910, the 32 bed. Gordon Keller Hospital opened on North Boulevard in Tampa, and it was the predecessor to Tampa General. Gordon Killer Hospital, And that was the first hospital in Tampa. You sent me down a rabbit hole. A Joe Nuxhall Rabbit hole, Jack. How's that? Because now I'm interested at anybody who played at that age. So at 16. He played one game for the Reds one game he pitched. He gave up two hits only two hits in that one. Game five earned runs. Which means you must be walking guys. But here's walking a lot of guys. Here's the strangest thing. I'm looking at his stats from the time he pitched that that year at age 16 you know, appearing at 15 is when he got signed, but 16 It looks like unless I look at the wrong stats here. He didn't appear in another game until he was 24. Oh, wow. I guess that's why I went into broadcasting. And I'm trying to think of what could have happened in between. But his first game was in 1944. So you're coming towards the end of World War two. So I'm thinking maybe military service but the end of World War two that you know he wouldn't have to do anything afterwards. Yep, but very strange. Joey Knox. Yeah. Ended up spending a little time here every year, and we I wish they still had the reg down here. Then they had Good bunch of Pete Rose back in the day. And Ted fellow Zeus key and a bunch of others. Where Where are they now? Always forget. Where do they do? Spring training in Arizona. Now, Uh, I don't think so. They, uh they might be on the East coast They used to be. I mean, up until recently, you know, early two thousands. I believe they were in Sarasota. Yeah, I think the Reds war they used to be at Ed Smith. Yeah, there used to be a international end. It was called at the corner of what? Sure and Kennedy and, um, well back then. You know it wasn't Lafayette yet. I mean, it was anybody. Orioles now play at Ed Smith Stadium in Sarasota. But they used to be where the Reds play. Yeah. When I was a kid Smith Stadium? Yep. Been there many times. It's 7 20 time to check in with John Thomas on our comings and goings. For the most Nissan traffic centre.

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"ed smith" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

Monocle 24: The Menu

01:41 min | 2 weeks ago

"ed smith" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

"My name is ed smith a food writer and a cookbook author. The author of crave respite arranged by flavor to seek humid an appetite recipe. I'm gonna talk you through now. Is almost not a recipe. Smartest suggestion of an assembly of delicious ingredients. And that is freshman. Go with d-r-i-z-l-y lineman soap and the background to this is. It's the kind of thing that i'd like to have. When i'm craving chilean heat so much that i'm still craving jillian heat at the end of a meal or snack during the day and this is based on memories of walking around mexico having bags of mango or papaya pineapple. Three in one peacefully fresh so see but also with the option sprinklings touching which is like a dehydrated. So lyman chitty condiment. She can get now employs descended in the uk and it was but this is really simply mango with fresh lime salt. And then some troy chili flakes. Find yourself ah plump. Ripe mango cut the chiefs offense which is a thick apart along the edge of the stone seed and often. Then take the skin off. Steve got the sticker segments. As you can of the manga at a pinch of flicky sea salt can morton salt crystals good squeeze of lime and then a teaspoon sprinkler teaspoon of -joyed chili flakes. Some are fruity and quite mild. Things like aleppo pepper coaching guru. Which is korean. Under collaboration flakes. You can really taste that peppery as well as hot when all those things together and you just use your fingers tweet. The mango you've got a knack ends up with a buzzy chitty hit upon your lips and all the fruits of the.

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"ed smith" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:22 min | 7 months ago

"ed smith" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I think the Nuggets realize it, too, and I think that's why they're around on Drew all of it. Just how many more options are gonna be out there? Let's go to our next story, courtesy of Vic Fangio really quick release. She's accurate. Obviously, he's got the athletic ability. He can be a scrambler and Pollution in the pocket, But I think the one thing is that he's running their offense very, very efficiently. He is not talking about Drew lock. Is talking about the other young quarterback that will be on the field on Sunday and as to a tongue by Loa. When you look at lock and tour And you get Don't think Vic Fangio meant it this way. But twice he mentions how to Ah, Is running the offense efficiently. And I can't help but think He reiterated that Not to tie a bow on his whole answer. Maybe a message to drew Arc. Or at least pointing out the biggest difference, right? Least he's pointing out the difference between two Ah Andrew Luck. And in talking about to, uh the initial question was You know he's not putting up big numbers or whatever. But what do you like and Big change. Oh, saying, like he doesn't have to put up big numbers. His defense is putting you in position where he doesn't have to. And I, and I think some of it might be trying to send messages. Some of it's just pointing it out. Pointing out the obvious. Some of it. I just can't help but draw the parallels and say the Dolphins are the team that the Broncos hoped they would be this year. Young quarterback working within the offense. Be successful, a defense that can take the ball away. And they don't have either one right now. Last in turnovers. Force. And near the bottom in turnovers. Their own turnovers. I mean to me that that's what this game is. This game is The Denver Broncos against the team that the Denver Broncos thought they would be this year. 5 to 2987 to take your thoughts on the three stories that are driving that. Well, there's only two today. But that's okay because a guy Ed Smith coming up Ed Smith, former NFL tight and he will give us a preview of Cardinal Seahawks when we come back. From the Chief Vapor traffic center. Here's an extra sports and look at the streets, No new accidents or stalls reported officers may still be on the scene of this earlier wreck. North Academy of Montebello. Everything else seems to be in good shape. I 25 through the springs building in volume in areas but nothing out of the ordinary. You're asked to avoid the area in southwest.

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"ed smith" Discussed on In the Garden

In the Garden

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"ed smith" Discussed on In the Garden

"To actually cut out or prune. PLANT OR FRUIT A. Boy You? See him growing. You think Oh yeah. But you know there is a chance you. You might get a better crop if you if you send him back to every six inches or so, but lot of times when I buy my KIKA plants. There's two of them in the pot so I always just leave him there and I'll plant those two in one square foot so I still have to buy. They're coming out of one spot. That seems to work just fine, so I don't think they mind being close like that as long as if you're growing them on the ground, then you. You can't really spread them out at all, and they're not going. Get enough air and there'd be more likely to have the powder mildew and. Problems like that, so if you're going on about a Trellis, the probably be fine as long as they get enough and a little fertilizer. You'll be fine. Very, good so now you've got that that Trellis SORTA leaning, you're going to have to get down on your hands and knees. Casaus KOOKS GONNA hang down below. What? Fencing that guy! Got About inch squares, so yeah, you're right, yeah! Oh I. I'm thinking that you know. Possibly the cucumbers will stay on top. Do Yeah. Well I i. like those Velcro ties. If they go down through. Just time on, you know those Kartheiser work really where well? Okay well. Thanks for the call Jean. I appreciate it anything else going on or. Not. Today other than need rain. I think your your your wishes go to be. You'RE GONNA. Get your wish to this week. Hopefully yeah yeah. All right take care then. So you, have another call for us. Jim in Wakefield. How are you today? I'm like. Yes. Jim. How are you so I don't think I have any problems I have a general question I had a woodchuck problem, but I told my neighbour about it, and we can half ago, and he said No. We don't have one. You've got the woodchuck. So my question is, this is sort of a general question so. I you know maidens. Probably what is sixty? Fifty feet. Thirty thirty by sixty feet. And can I have a whole bunch of stuff in there all the usual stuff in my my. I use Ed Smith in the crackers victory. Garden is my as my certified books absolute at. You know different different. Vegetables. Have you know they'll say? Fertilize ten.

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"ed smith" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"ed smith" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"For Indian cricket and Used to be head of talent ID for England cricket. Eases the mantra, many is many times more people who we trust watching the plan making independent assessments, and then we'll have a more balanced view. All these things also add in that I think you gain a huge by having. Contemporaries. Within a selection process, so someone like James Taylor. Who's Co selected for England cricket the moment. It's invaluable to have someone who really knows who's been out that played with an against people who has all the informal conversations Avantis of being a pair, and yet is completely independent to have his inputs. Relations of these things are improved inputs, and you'll constantly in decision making whether that's. Fair you and you want better better in the leadership. And decision making. Literature is a bit like the sort of happiness, pitcher and the. Assumption that there is some point a perfect decision. That you can make if only you follow this pathway and this route. Or this formula, that's obviously not true, but it said Nice comforting ideas, and the in some way at some point. Somebody's going to fight. You know find the the the the magic. I agree with that I, think I'd be suspicious if someone is trying to sell me happiness and I'll be suspicious if someone is trying to sell me the perfect decision. In fact I, go further I think that. I'd have more confidence. In, someone trying to advise on decision making. If they said up front that. Decision making is extremely odd an important context as the great line that President Obama said which is nothing easy ever reaches my desk. If it was easy, someone would have hoped before weekly desk. And therefore. The coast of policy. Krumrie has quite merits to. Bought for the following reasons, we decided to go this route. So I think skepticism is a crucial part of effective decision-making and yet obviously you need enough confidence to be able to make the decision in the end you do so. There's that crucial balance there. I'm. Someone who was always completely confident would be a worry. And someone who never who never had any confidence would also be. It would be difficult for them to be decision making will. Not Violence is constantly in flux, and you get it wrong. Slightly unwind. You get it wrong slightly the other way. There are times clearly decision making roles when. He did have an instinct that he didn't. Press as hot as you might have done. And there are other times when you feel, you may have Preston instinct harder than you should have done. It's possible to earn both directions I think the most effective decision makers constantly trying get better at that at appropriate balance between confidence and skepticism. Well. Listen thanks very much for your time I. One of the things I want around off on is as I mentioned in the introduction the. The the nature. This compensation is follow us to an extent, the curriculum or the one of the modules that is taught at the age I guess what would be useful is is for people listening who wants to? Find out more about the institute or find out what the what the deal is in terms of how they get involved. What do they do? How do they go about that? What we've been talking about today? This whole podcast that in these. Strands within the management decision making module on the leadership in Sport and we've been lucky to hear from..

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"ed smith" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"ed smith" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Smart speaker Google or Alexa we appreciate your patronage coming up in the next segment former cardinals tight end ed Smith will join me to give a perspective on it the Arizona Cardinals we're not gonna see Kyler we're not gonna see the substantial player for the Arizona Cardinals nor will we see that for the Denver Broncos but it is a good time to kinda see because errors on is one of the more interesting stories going into the season in my opinion you talk about how the patriots being a team to watch I mean not just from could they win the Superbowl but I'm just talking about the intrigue of of Brady in that contract it's always could this be the last year with Belichick and Brady how does Brady do without Gronk so there are questions there Patrick my homes can he follow it up it's a technically is third season but really it's a we're talking a sophomore season here for Patrick my homes can he bounce I can he continue what he's doing or is he going to take a step back then you have the Cleveland Browns the intrigue surrounding that team we obviously are very much interested in the Denver Broncos but I don't think nationally people are the raiders maybe that's a morbid curiosity team I think the cardinals are on that list you look down okay no I'm not really interested once in the bills dolphins no Janet's could be interesting in terms of how good they can be but I'm not you know you could Starlin aim teams I think the cardinals are a team that I'm gonna keep an eye on and it's because of Kliff Kingsbury and Colin Murray are they taking the next step in footballs evolution with the offense the running however is the number one pick is he going to be worth it so I think Arizona's interesting team and I want to ask add a little bit about the cardinals as a whole by the aspect of the cardinals that we care most about is how Vance Joseph is doing with that defense so ed Smith formerly of the Arizona Cardinals will join me in the next segment of course you're always welcome to be my guest at two eight six zero zero four six I need your ball I and many others but we give her credit because she's reporting on it I don't know if she was first but she's doing the most reporting on it so we'll give her the credit there but I need your ball of the athletic is reporting that bill Bolens lawsuit against the Pat Bowlen Trost has been dismissed bill Bolling obviously Pat's brother sued the Broncos the Pat Bowlen try says run the Broncos headed up by Joe well this of course suing them because he doesn't think that they're acting in Pat's best interest that they want Britney Bolan who is Annabel's Donner to take over the team not bad who is a product of Pat Bowlen first marriage and there were a lot of really big claims levelled in there about how the Broncos forced out bath from a position that would have gotten her closer to reaching all the requirements necessary for to become Pat Bolens error when it comes the Denver Broncos so there's some pretty strong claims levelled in there doesn't mean that what bill Bolling put in a lawsuit is completely false it just means that in the eyes of the court in the eyes of the judge it's not enough to move forward with there's not enough evidence to say that the trust is not acting in Pat Bowlen best interest to pursue a case which is not totally surprising an A. F. I'm reading right Nicki's of all even said some sources knew that bills lawsuit would be thrown out at some point so now this does really appear to clear the way for Britney Boland to become the owner of the Denver Broncos because with bath getting fired from that job or I guess they merged two departments together which eliminated her job with her getting fired bath is now you know either at the same point that Beth is or she's ahead in terms of fulfilling all their requirements so does look like there is a clear path for Beth Bolan are a Britney Boland excuse me to become the younger daughter to become the owner of the Denver Broncos and I'll say this the trust definitely favors Britney all reports all evidence points to that would be their choice now why that's the case is it just simply because Annabelle wants Britney wants her daughter to become the owner of the Denver Broncos is that is is simple as that or does the idea of bringing in bath rock the boat too much because maybe bath doesn't feel like Joe Ellis and John Elway are doing great at their jobs but Britney wants to retain that too we don't really know we don't get that one day why wouldn't be so amazing to decide who owns the Denver Broncos find wedding each of them have the team for one day or a week or whatever yes you run it the way you want what would you do Beth comes in fires John Elway brings a different general manager to make some moves Broncos win a Superbowl they'd be like okay that's over so we don't know ages from reports it just seems like the trust whites Britney.

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"ed smith" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"ed smith" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"Something in bright. We're going to round off What's your hope for the institute. Where'd you won't. How do you see it developing developing. If you're launching it now people can get in touch and get involved but what is it that you want it to become very simply. I think the instruments was humanities. This can become a place where people think originally about leadership in sport. I think leaderships never been more important than and is now in sports sports undergoing an unprecedented series of changes the way we consume sport the way we played. I'd also say that sport as an activity. She is literally more important than ever not only became more input as an aspect of white culture which were spoken about but also actually just playing. I mean we're such digital natives now and that's going to become a huge mental health problem that actually if I was aware government could have I would be looking to invest in plant people playing sport. We need good leadership shipping sport to make sure that happens because we know that concentration movement and playfulness a huge parts of mental health that who come together and support someone who plays Ama- tennis on average lives for seven years longer than the average but if you're a jogger is no effect or positive impact on your life expectancy patsy sports increasingly going to be important and important expression of being Human Leonard Cohen had that great phrase that in the sixties music music was the mode the most important part of communication now today. It's sports so this is an area of life. It's become more more important and yet I don't think traditionally nationally particularly maybe in England but also in other countries to have been. There's been institutional support. Hebron want to go on to become leaders in the sports industry straight captains coaches administrators entrepreneurs the people who actually lead the industry. How do they get together and actually share best practice interrogate interrogate pushing the boundaries learn from people inside different sports and also few outside sports and asking tally marks Mervyn King David Epstein those types of people hello central descend on this institute. I would like this to start off in London. Resources doing in September two thousand nineteen and then to to grow into a global network will end up having university partners in Australia in America in Asia Truly Global Institute where where we can both interrogate and understand the sports industry is also be best placed hopefully hopefully to understand where might go to do next. I think sports more interesting than ever. I think the challenges of being INS side sport and being a decision makers for the greater than ever but it's more exciting than ever on long sport if you like which is not actually always been the case I come from a over sending a stage not teacher and other for needs to I myself when I was a play. Sport is interesting all that I think twenty years on I think yesterday's as as interesting as all that and it says significant as all that and this institute and the NFL leadership sports you sell up as I corps starting this autumn hopefully will support those who go on to lead the sports industry in the next generation to have the right questions and sometimes to have superior alerts as well. Okay well from or this good to see you again and thanks as we saw today. Thanks for emerge hi this is Paul Hawks and unofficial partner is my dirty. Edel sacred apart from the plug obviously.

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"ed smith" Discussed on In the Garden

In the Garden

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"ed smith" Discussed on In the Garden

"Being in full sun and the full weather conditions. So this is basically the time to start with that, you know, you wanna start. Hardening off, you know, now so that by the time Memorial Day comes in. And and this is of course, things like your basically, your tomatoes all things he cucumbers if you had them, you're squashes, if you're started in any of those anything that would be the, you know, frost frost, well would be killed by frost. You wanna make sure that you don't have anything like that out while you're hardening off. Now, you your other things like again, the the broccoli and stuff and. Well, things like cauliflower if you let me go back here the broccoli kale cabbage. All those things that I mentioned before those you can you can let them hard off and leave them out if there's a going to be a light frost. Okay. If it's hard fresh probably wanna bring them into, but you can plant all those very soon, you know, as soon as you you feel they're they're looking HALE and hearty outside on the cauliflower. You wanna wait a little bit? You know, you might actually wanna wait on those until you get to Memorial Day or week or so before Memorial Day because they're a little bit more sensitive to the to the cold and the other broccoli family ones. And they have they have a purple collie flour and a number of just like the purple genes, which of course, might my daughter's just absolutely loved the purple 'cause I love them when they steamed them, they immediately turned rain. Yeah. Right. Likewise. The the purple collie flower turned white, go amazing. Yeah. Yeah. So, you know, why are you growing purple cauliflower web? Just because it's pretty well. And some people like the colorful around it's for the same reason that I I I grow white. What do you call it like the white radishes? Hello the right kooks. No, I'm just I'm just blocking. Whoa. No, white rabbits. Well, every other kind of rabbit out there to problem. That's the problem with with attracting animals to my property, which I do with my bird. Feeder the, you know, go to the entire buffet, including the garden. What do you feed the rabbits? The rabbits are the reason that I actually don't grow peas these days and pole beans, I don't I don't grow now because of the because of the deer out there, and they are a captive herd out on the switches Porter's point. So I can count on the about ten of them, and I can count on them coming every year. No electric fence or anything like that. No, no. You know, we we had great conversations with with Ed Smith. Uh-huh. That and he had he had a great strategy at the different heights, which a couple of our listeners pointed out really work at one low one low one high for the for the deer, and it sounds a little cruel, but the high one for the deer once you get it up and going and you put a little peanut butter on the fence, they have one quick experience..

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"ed smith" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"ed smith" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And it's about time we have some estrogen out there, right and conservative estrogen giving conservatism home makeover. No right on ninety three WIBC. Welcome back to the chicks on the right show where the daisy Hello producer. I'm kendall. Also here we've spent the first part of our show talking all about obviously, the state of the union playing you some clips from it. And now, we turn our attention to the rebuttal. All. First of all Chuck Schumer. He tweeted a little video themselves like right after Trump's address. And he was like, yeah. Yeah. Thank you Trump for that. But now we get to the real real show. He is Mr. burns from the Simpsons minister. He is Mr. burns. I mean, he so he's like you said this morning. He is the one with the real assaults. Yeah. He does have. Ed Smith assault smirk because he doesn't really smile that. He smirks, and he doesn't just make you think about all the attention that the Covington kid received for his smirk. And and Chuck Schumer literally looks like a killer had never felt triggered ever. But if I were to be triggered. It would be by Chuck Schumer. I think that's fair has really fair now before we get into the nitty gritty of Stacey Abrams rebuttal first of all totally creeped out by all the people standing behind her. So free. They look like children of the corn. And then you. Like, what are they are? They move. They are they holding some sort of farm utensil. What are they doing? What are they they're not? And then I'm like, wait a second. I think they're moving. Mock. She thought they were fake at. I know they're not props. Those are real people. I think I mean, I hope they were paid for that. And they're just standing there. And I'm like, wait what? They're real they're real. Yeah. So before we get into the nitty gritty of her speech. I wanna just replay one clip of Donald Trump talking about our economic success. So giving us the actual story of what's happening in the United States of America. And then go right into heart of what she said in her rebuttal compare and contrast, the US economy is growing almost twice as fast today as when I took office, and we are considered far away the hottest economy anywhere in.

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"ed smith" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"ed smith" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Hundred welcome back i'm mesmerized by something i'm looking at here with the mickey mouse club ed smith to put this on my facebook page next break they were reporting for duty yeah if i if we screw up and boy i'll tell you you really need to start thinking about this you got to think about this you we've got to get is engaged as engaged can be we got one chance one chance and one chance only to turn this ship of state around and two thousand sixteen and an and now what i mean where are we now we're moving up into a it's going to sink if we if we a democrat majority takeover this it's hard to say it's hard to talk like that because for me because i don't see the republicans as having done anything to aid and abet themselves it's almost like we the thinking are trying to help the republicans when they don't even know what they're doing they don't have a clue and you talk to republicans individually face to face and they'll somewhat agree with you but they can't seem to get it together to work to.

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"ed smith" Discussed on 93.3 WMMR

93.3 WMMR

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"ed smith" Discussed on 93.3 WMMR

"In his front yard he told authorities grabbed his gut forty two calibre pistol rushed out of the front porch outside the armed homeowner trained his weapon at smith and yell that him to cut the engine uh the site of a gun pointed at smith was enough to spook this disoriented driver who started screaming and then he stepped on a guest apparently he was yelling ahtisaari of absorbs goes i'll fix your so he tried to tell the sanders into responded by shooting at the trunk why kelkal shots at a little did either man no that all of the commotion outside had woken up mike sanderson's eighteen year old son dylan who had been fast asleep in his room dillon told thirty see found the households forty caliber glock and bolted outside people the the bid started shooting wildly ed smith and his pick up as it sped ob striking the rear window and several other places on the vehicle they are lucky they didn't kill the sky sanderson told deputies at his son fired approximately eight shots at least one of the bullets grazed smits had what did they i mean do they think he was trying to assault the house side may be you know what maybe it's one of these people who who have their guy and they're just waiting for that moment to legally use it you know after the shooting mike sanderson called 911 he and his son were arrested that evening an lodged in the douglas county jail on suspicion of after the salt and unlawful leaves the use of a weapon michael sanderson also faces a menacing allegation in relation to the incident during the interview with deputies dis smith said that he could still uh fixed sanderson's fence if he wanted to do so i'll.

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"ed smith" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"ed smith" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"One of if not the most central aspect of central modal medium for storytelling and fool getting a hoax into the heroic and human nature who when i think about something like football he could be anywhere in the world and he can within two three questions you can develop kuala clash report someone who may speak very little english you may not have the headline was that well be complete start shutting about messy and fabra gas and all the rest so i think there's a reason for that on him as a reason why sport has cut across so many barriers and boundaries on other things ashley because it's simple at an agreed that i think i she's because it it lends meaning to people's lives nothing the caring cuts across i also think probably that go back to our conversation the very beginning i think the twentieth century against his inauguration makes me many enemies and announce fee friends i think the 20th century the sort of literary leads contempt for storytelling at she opened the door for sport it was almost site having stories in which we care about the protagonists became on the wrong side of its refashion and that she late will actually if we can have was in which we can really understand and relate to that wrote characters may we'll get in through other means nothing the spokesman benefited from the absolutely now you'll you'll put your latest book luck as well as examining the history the concepts of luck and fourteen and destiny in fate it also does believe in your own personal story and of course you want your sent a question is that lockett should we believe in it and i think that this is illustrated fantastically by the story that you tell near the end of outs a change any sweat so it was it was ridiculous really talk about a life changing event where the odds of that happening were incredibly low.

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"ed smith" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"ed smith" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"How did we get kids to revise six seven as announced that will stop doug durham i gotta businesses and people say the classic stupid question would be when you're frightened one hundred percent all the time how'd you got one hundred ten percent will oversee the numbers innoncence nonsense but also the concert is nonsense it which you've only got a very small amount of intense concentration any i think if you look at what i found to task musicians was their perfect day was very similar to my perfect i might add up to four hours a practice or whatever but it would have been to court pronounced periods of intense concentration that was how by practical best and that's how i write best now you have a lotta downtime actually allows say now as a writer that the better i write the sooner the days over because your heads fried and the less while you're writing the more you stretch it out and you're still there kind of grinding on six in the evening but if you going the fast you travel the harder it is to sustain so that was very interesting and i also going back to the point about why the culture osa became you should in the idea that the aspects of culture have periods of ascendancy so whatever i don't wanna use this interview to attack contemporary opera but there is no case she could make for saying that the state of what por now is as good as it was when vulgar verdy writing system possible two oversleep that has been a piquant and a relative decline now in the same way it's not an accident that when i'm in the car misting to music from the '60s and '70s music was the mode leonard current himself put it best way said in the 1960s pop music was the heroic ideal that was how people understood heroic stories and he said now it's the athlete i do think actually that sport has become.

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"ed smith" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"ed smith" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"Holding a nerve and look i lock absolutely which which operates the kind of joker in the pack um and just one would unlock i think that we don't actually crave justice as much as we think in sport i mean highscoring sports i sports in which the currency of of a scoring in is very low lucca australian rules football all basketball ashley m a less vulnerable to lock but the world's most populous pool football actually is extremely vulnerable on the day to lock one by decision by the referee andy nicol penalty one goal against one of play that can be enough to win it so even the over the course of the season the three or four best teams usually was the top interns a justified hope for the fan tony off on saturday on any given day as extremely high probability compared to other sports of an upset and read the reason that football all the in that football should thank for that is randomness and lock hmas there's always room for surprise in a situation where the scores nilnil after eighteen minutes and was an owngoal yesterday allowing mighty more snow to beat champions leicester so yes i think but just came back to the the the question of drugs and bodies a was asked myself a i love and one of the sport's that took me back into following sport because off the stopping playing cricket h thirty then slightly selfconsciously maybe a little bit saudi precious way i said i don't want unity through sport for wabc heavily do i share the times wrote a book predominantly of not about sport in luck and did all the stuff and kind of immersed myself and other other spheres.

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"ed smith" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"ed smith" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"Credible power of his mind converging on what's going to happen the next day and it is remarkable fun of ours thyroid aviran intellect as well as atlanta absolutely at and clarity in the absence of dow and it's not i think it's sit a willpower and certainty and confidence and conviction all working together combined with incredible physical virtuosity and i think he's probably pretty much the the most extreme version of the suit champion athlete not because you've written about athleticism and really how we're seeing the end of the kind of sportsmanship because people are not interested in watching things that have no element of chanthol will never get me fast at night gleleahanhanzo is the point that you may not only in hospital thank you you write the new state since his short yet i think when people say well first of all i don't accept the idea that sports in crisis even though that's very common view i think that sports been in crisis ever since the first person held the spare on the savannah somewhere in the five allowance on simmons said nothing not the athletes used to be in my data is going to go to all the money that's coming into spirit throwing these days is not like he is to be thought they really accept the idea that sport and causes what do you think is in crisis is one strand of sport which i would describe as sports which are exclusively about physical prowess so whilst i do accept that there is a technical element to running and two.

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"ed smith" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"ed smith" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"Amazingly the the press barons at the time was to the summoned to charwell church whose private residence and can of course and they agreed to keep it secret for winston if you like which is inconceivable that's right on all with conversation ever should happen and then we should have gone on one is not a question but it did and and they kept their word one of the reasons that makes it all the more 'extraordinary was the eden deputy prime minister was in america the time undergoing serious surgery so there was to say there was a leadership gap poor constitutional crisis would be an understatement joe yours your again this now that say how it well i think it's very problematic i'm a journalist but i also think there are times when however robust the scrutiny of the press or however many checks and balances that may be in the constitution probably elites do have to function and make decisions and that time that was the decision they made did the country lose out because of that being kept court possibly not would you want it to happen again certainly not having but it did and in chechnya got through to the to the annual conference season and measures down his feet and get through it and said weather the storm if he lied nightvision thing about the i made the the novel montagnard road and the film so interesting was the struggle you see between the family particularly the wife clementine and if you like those people who are central to church was career and i think that tension is present in so many quote successful lives netware as the private person on the public purse and on that i think many.

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"ed smith" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"ed smith" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"I suppose those themes of carried on into my life probably just the nature of opportunity in unlock meant that although gobert further with my cricket no must pool than other people have more family but that was will was there than for the surprising thing was that we talked about sport with the same seriousness and analytical qualities if you like that we will talk about novels or books or whatever so there wasn't this sense of our dikachi may westport sport was inferior ore less interesting or match i get i must his or so was very much to the full for mild assist hurts probably the dominant character really so i guess sport was part of the broader conversation and we viewed as part of what a culture which accidentally not not through a policy or through any sort of agenda my parts become very central part of my career where one of the reasons i enjoy spending time in america new york molly 20s was that i felt it was perfectly normal to love baseball and go to the opera i think we would just probably i'm stunned join those dots up again having after quite a long cool period nothing between sporting intellectual life in this country i think his knitting back together again will further sounds i cannot see fascinating kate and as he sat in his other twenty radio pace he's had a couple of films made the eye he has he had a feature film summer in february as he adapted from his i novel armstong dan stevens and told minute cooper and then more recently on television and adaptation of his film about winston churchill the church secret was the title of the of the tv has met him have his strike 53 so judge loves he came back for that peace time terms prime minister which some people think was an underrated administration and in the middle of that time and none of fifty three church you'll had catastrophic strug deny worry was was to shuttled down to to chart well he wasn't completely sure where he was.

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