26 Burst results for "Eighteen Nineteen Year"
Martha MacCallum Discusses the "Unknown Valor" of Iwo Jima
"Martha McCallum. Here you are on dose of leadership I can't believe it welcome to the show it's great to be here Richard Thank you for having me big fan of you obviously in in your work that you've done and obviously a big fan of of the book being a primary ince unknown valor, and what prompted you to write this I think I know the answer this I see say but I just I'm curious about why you got so passionate about World War Two about that generation and specifically you would Jima. It was a personal connection when I was growing up my mom used to occasionally take out letters that were written to her and to her father by her beloved cousin Harry Gray who had been killed at Iwo Jima when he was only eighteen years old and the grease from his death just sort of was there never went away it wasn't something we talked about. All the time obviously but it was very real and when I read the letters, they're so beautiful and he was such an eloquent eighteen year old and wrote great informative letters that had a lot of information them about what was going on and they would often when I did pull out, dust him off and read them I couldn't really get through them without. Being brought to tears. So, and of course, I never knew him but his mother, my aunt, an was someone I was very close to and his sister my aunt Nancy also somewhat I was very close to end became got to know on such a deeper level through the writing of this book which grateful for. So when I started to think about writing a book I. Sort of couldn't get around the subject it was it felt as if it was calling me and it was a story that I needed to tell and I also knew, I wanted if I was going to spend the time and effort writing I wanted it to be a real book of history a book where I would learn a lot. So if I was going to take time away from my work and my personal life to dedicate myself to this, I wanted it to be a inexperienced. That would pay off for me. You know that would be a lot. So it did that in spades and honestly by the time I was done I thought if this book doesn't sell more than ten copies, it will still have been worth it to me. You know I I it resonates with me because I became friends obviously in the marine. Corps and we look at Iwo, Jima with sacrosanct and I've never visited the island. You're fortunate if actually put your feet on the ground there and I've flown over a few times when I was in the rink was a pilot in the Marine Corps and we'd fly over. You would Jima going back and forth from Okinawa and stuff. And it was weird when every time we'd fly over it in, we'd all be talking and joking that. But when you fly over it, they're just be the stunned silence every time we fly over you a German and to give you these chills just because if anybody studies at knows the stories in particular that how many people sacrificed their lives and were injured, it's just phenomenal thing about the numbers in the short amount of days where on such a three square mile or piece of dirt you know it's just. It really is it's almost as if it's a piece of the moon race loading in the middle of the Pacific and I completely connect with what you're saying. Of course I have never served but I was on this flight that only to a once a year it's A. It's to you know a memorial slight to honor those who were lost there, and it is a memorial that has Japanese dignitaries that attend and American. Veterans that attend and their families in a few reporters and people who are interested get to go on his flight. So I was really fortunate to be on it and there was this amazing commodity on the flight and we had all traveled a lot I flew from Newark to Tokyo. And then Tokyo to Guam and then Guam alternate late to gene on the day of our trip there, and it's a day trip. You go in the morning couple of hours on the plane fly back that evening and the Japanese government has complete control over Gina. They have since the sixties. So they dictate the amount of time that Americans are allowed to be on the island, right which in and of itself is sort of an interesting situation. But So it's all very regimented when you land, they take your passports away. They put them in a bag when you're ready to go they give them back to you. And you can leave. But when we were flying from Guam to Jima and the plane was obviously only people who were all on this sing of our mission and we had first class about five, I believe. A woman veterans who were on a couple of from Tarawa but there were five I believe you Jim Veterans a couple of who had never been back. So we're saying sort of camaraderie everyone's joking around a little bit talking to each other with all get to know each other over the last few days on Guam and some of the things that we did together before that. But as soon as the pilot said, okay, you're going to see what Jim now coming up on your left as soon as we dip under these clouds. And as soon as we dipped under those clouds, there was silence across the plane and I looked over at some of these veterans looking down on the island through the window hadn't been there since they were seventeen eighteen, nineteen years old and you could feel that flood of emotion come over them. They saw it and I will never forget the dramatic approach to that island landing on it. It's still steaming as a volcano in different parts of the island. So it's it's smokes while you're looking at it it's kind of a surreal place.
COVID-19 and Immune Symptoms in Kids
"So why don't you start by telling us a little bit about yourself? How did you get to be what you are? What do you do? Yeah, so I got interested in pediatric infectious disease, probably when I was a medical student, but Never really knew path. I was going to go down as I went through residency. I found all the cool cases happen to be kids that had infections at least to me, so I had two mentors in residency, and then decided to pursue a fellowship in infectious disease. I went to Vanderbilt University in had. Really good experience. There was some great mentors and just got really interested in both clinical aspects of it as well as the research. Aspects of infectious disease so when you talk about the research aspects. What specifically are you interested in? Yeah, so My interest is in kids that have invasive bacterial infections. That's kind of fancy words for kids that come in with bad kind of common infections of their bones and joints, pneumonia things like that caused by bacteria that often are treated. As. Outpatients in clinics, but sometimes get bad enough where they have to come into the hospital in us. Can you give us a little more information about that? Can you talk about like when you talk about research in that area? What specifically do you want to study that others have not before? Yeah, so things that I'm interested in our standing. Why certain kids get really severe disease, and why other kids don't get much of a have a pretty mild course of disease, and so one of the things that's really interesting to me is is figuring out. kind of markers and kind of clinical signs of which kids are at risk for really bad disease, and then using those markers and signs as doctors and clinicians to help target therapies and improve. Improve the way that kids are treated so one of the reasons we wanted to talk to you. Today was because everyone in the world is focused on the current pandemic and with a Vid, and although this doesn't seem to be affecting kids as much it's still is affecting kids, but before even get into that. Let's just start with in your experience. has this been a disease that seems to be infecting kids? Kids because you turn on the news and some people are panicked. Some people are not what's really going on. I think that you're right the level of panic in the level of kind of anxiety around this is super high and I think what we're seeing is that in general kids from the infection of covid in corona virus are really mildly affected in general, there most kids don't seem to be. Be Getting it in big numbers, and if they do most of them, handle it pretty well. Either have no symptoms at all. Our mild infection that said we have seen you know a handful of kids that have come into the hospital in Ben. Pretty Sick and certainly we've. We've had to take care of those kids as well, but overall kind of big picture. Kids seem to be less affected than adults do. So when they come in they, they seem to be very sick. What are they meeting with Cova? They're they're needing. Respiratory support so that they're needing oxygen. They're needing help breathing. The majority of kids are coming in just having a lot of issues with with respiratory things, especially chest pain in trouble breathing. Are these otherwise healthy kids are the kids who seem to have other come. kind of seeing a little bit of both for the most part. They're healthy kids. The ones that we've seen in particular are pretty healthy teenagers. In general, a Kinda you know anywhere from ten to a eighteen nineteen years of age but really we kind of a mixed bag of kids are pretty healthy, otherwise as well as some that have a little bit more health issues. Do you have any sense of whether? It's that kids are not being infected as much as adults are. Is it just that they're most of them? Don't even notice or just her handling. It well yeah. I. Think that that is a really good question in a bit of a hot topic right now. I think that we don't really know exactly. Why some kids are getting? Getting severe not an end, and why kids as opposed to adult I mean certainly when we know what other respiratory infections young young kids, a kind of the extremes of ages usually are most affected. That doesn't seem to be the case with this. It seems like in general. Kids don't tend to build quite as much of this big inflammatory response that we're seeing an adults. So I think that's interesting. I'm not sure and correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm not sure that everybody understands that it's not just getting the virus that is dangerous. It's in many ways. The body's response can sometimes be so severe and trying to combat the virus that the immune response can actually become dangerous. Yeah, that's definitely true, and that's something not necessarily. NECESSARILY UNIQUE TO CORONA VIRUS although We're really seeing quite a bit in this. where the actual infection itself can be, it can be severe, but more than anything. oftentimes, it's that it's that revved up immune system and inflammation that the body makes that really affects the rest of the body in a particular with this disease. It seems to really affect the lungs in. People that are severely affected.
NBA G League President Shareef Abdur-Rahim Targeting More Players To Join Jalen Green, Isaiah Todd On New G League Pathway
"So the G. league has a plan they have a path for young players who may not want to go to college basketball route will play overseas but give them closer to the NBA by staying home if anybody would know anything about the path to the NBA is the G. league president Abdur Rahim with the number three pick in the nineteen ninety six NBA draft to start his career a place to bring him here with us on Freddie and Fitzsimmons the review said and I quote yeah I think there's options out there to add more and they don't have to be high school guys they can be young international guys if not with dealing green and Isaiah Todd we think it's totally fine for more the high school guys more young guys to be a part of the program this year because the opportunity is there by having those kind of conversations when you have these kind of suits scenarios hoping you're G. league what is the ultimate plan with this right now the G. league well it is one one thank you guys for having it looking forward to talking with you one zero the idea of being angry about it back in two thousand and eighteen Aug professional battleground close was really to give you know junk elite high school players an option beyond just the traditional route route it they were looking for something else so you know you've seen over the past number of years gosh you don't take a take a gap year so to speak or guys go play international four year and you know what we would say that the genie can go don't do that we have that opportunity for you you know beyond that and you know it others see this as the pathway towards the NBA this is an opportunity absolutely international players as well you know we were greeted with an MBA ecosystem we have a growing number of international academies around the world so there's almost a natural world pipeline for gold that are are ready to start your professional career it had three of the top twenty high school prospects go from burning college hoops and straight to your league and you you that that is drawing the ire of guys like John Calipari and others when you hear them saying this is the wrong thing these two young men to do and the G. league is recruiting or whatever your response to some of the negativity coming from some of the Big Boy college basketball programs what hello alert level of response collecting again our our our intention is clear not someone that's very good you know back in you know back in two thousand eighteen you know the G. league was asked to do is you know when you look on the heels of the rice commission and others that the young man that we're looking for alternative routes young man that you know would say I'm just going to college for one year a mobile one a dog that's pre determined to give them an alternate route if that is you know rigidly conservative not necessarily to upset a great coaching flag like coca we know they're going to be upset because you're taking recruits away from them but this is a business just like college basketball is a business why does that message why to see that they can do that in a resonates with people but what you're doing is not a bad idea but a lot of people don't like it hello a three in one or what we've done is try to educate people about what we do also is the doctor is not for every young man it was a very select few little or at eighteen nineteen years old on the track to the NBA addict as one so it doesn't you know it's not a competition because they're all contracts will will will be year of god does well there's great art your call desk well so is is not there in addition incidents set up to start helping young people prepare themselves for professional life so like skills buckets recruiters we also scholarship well good deal good through and beyond eighty eight of the young man's confessional basketball career go full scholarship so obviously you know you know Dolezal who critique it let's go let's have a dialogue or understand a little better about what the G. leaguers is
Rex Chapman: The Content We're Here For
"I want you to open twitter. Look at your time line and tell me what you're seeing. I'm seeing pandemics and I'm seeing politics and I'm seeing. Maybe a little bit of Tom Brady in Tampa Bay which is might be the weirdest part of the whole thing and then I'm seeing a guy in the rain running into a stop sign and I'm seeing a kid getting smacked in the face by an elephant and I'm seeing another kid given out free. Hugs at nursing homes and That's that's what I'm looking for. Where are you seeing this? I'm seeing that from the most unlikely source. I think maybe ever which is At Rex Chapman Ryen. Which do I notice rex? Chapman popping up on your timeline. It was probably a year ago in the spring of Twenty nineteen and I started to get the texts from friends who were saying. Have you seen this video? And have you seen that video? And have you seen? Who is posting these videos? I'm part of this generation where I remember. Rex Chapman as Mr Kentucky basketball. I mean this must be the greatest high school basketball player that ever lived and then he's the first draft pick of the Charlotte Hornets and then he's in he's the white dude in the dunk contest. And then he's hanging thirty nine on Jordan. What he's with the Miami Heat he's Rexon. He's King Rex. He's sexy rexy and I'm like there's no way this is the same rex. Chapman has to be this other. Shabina out there. That just happens to be some borrow twitter superstar and it turns out they are the exact same person I think. A lot of people seeing XS tweets for the first time had a similar reaction but I also find it very funny that some people may be in their twenties and younger might not even know who rex. Chapman is or they just think. Oh yeah the guy on twitter. You does the videos so Ryan. Let's educate them and refresh people's memories. Take us back to Kentucky late. Nineteen Eighty S. What was rex? Mania Steel Diaper Dandy. That's going to be one of the all time legend the perspective. I'll give you that. I was a north Carolinian living all tobacco road and REX. Chapman was the guy that you made. Sure you got back to your television by eleven o'clock to see sportscenter just to see what he had done he just was. It was electrified. He was so smooth he was dribble behind his back. He was dishing the ball he was Dunkin. He was doing everything that require. Frankly white dude's weren't doing in college basketball that time and this is before the Internet before you could go on Youtube and post. Your own highlight video. People had heard about him but they hadn't seen him so any chance. You had to watch this kid from Kentucky. Play Ball you did it. He was foul before viral was thing. You've been under incredible pressure. And yet you just go on with life every day even though you're probably the biggest folk hero. I guess it's Cogan. Robert Disagree with that. I don't know I just take day by day. So rex was this huge star. And as you mentioned being Kentucky there was a massive spotlight on him. How did he handle that? He handled it by Kinda circle in his own wagons for me. I just wanted to play basketball. And that's it the playing part at Kentucky no problem I loved it. I was good at it. Could handle it no worries it was off court stuff. That really weighed on me. He didn't go to the cafeteria He tried to go to bars with his teammates and he was met at the door by the balancer. Who wrecks man? I'd love Login here. But everyone knows you are if I let you in here. The police will be here in four minutes. It just was it was it was a lonely existence surrounded by people all the time but alone every moment every minute that I wasn't in class or at practise either hsun by myself or sleeping and I was I think I was rationalizing as I'm getting my rest but I was depressed than just in you know back then. You didn't talk about that stuff. He believed that eighteen nineteen years old. He was just getting his rest. But the reality was He was dealing with depression by just going to sleep St cope with it. He started playing horses. He did what everyone in Kentucky does and He started playing the horses. A pretty young age and That was another time and place where he could feel normal. You know he could go to the horse track and he could put his face. You know in that race inform and everybody else's word about their race informs and they won't bother him so after his sophomore off more year REX declares for the NBA draft and he ends up with the brand new expansion Charlotte Hornets for the eighth in the draft and their first in the NBA. The Charlotte Hornets Select Rex. Chapman of Kentucky. What was that like a? It is hard to describe to someone who didn't experience it. Would Hornets Mania was like in Charlotte? This is bad basketball team. This is a team best player was Keller trip Yuka but they set an NBA record for attendance and they sold out every single game for years. It was Muggsy bogues and Dell Curry and REX. Chapman was the Young Guy. He was the face of the franchise. You the best player on the team he was in the NBA dunk contest. Meena I mean and going behind his back I mean he was he was a sensation his NBA career go. He never played an all star game. I mean he made the all rookie team The average fifteen points for game over a dozen years. He had his moments. There was a famous night where he hung thirty nine. Michael Jordan and it wasn't just Michael Jordan. It was the ninety six bowls you know the unbeatable 's you in Phoenix. He became you know as the six man. Essentially he became the most popular guy on the team. And so it was a he everywhere he went. There was a following the end. Why didn't he keep you got old? Has All of us? You know? Father Thomas undefeated and You know over the last three years of his career he had seven surgeries It just got to the point where he knew in that two thousand season with the Phoenix signs that that was going to be his last year because it just got to the point where his whole game was explosiveness and he was not. He did not have the capability to do that anymore. I I knew I was going to retire at the end of this this twelve year. I just wasn't very good. I was spending more time in the training room than I was. Playing wasn't fun at that point and I I had an emergency appendectomy right near the end of the season. I got back home and a doctor gave me a prescription for Oxycontin They gave me that Oxycontin. And I'm I'm telling you within two days I was in love like `I greatest thing I've ever had in my life
Big East Tournament opens at Madison Square Garden
"It's March madness time for Villanova here's K. Y. W. said banking it's set for big east tournament play coach Jay Wright will try to get many of his younger players to settle in playing in the world's most famous arena it's a big thing you know I still get excited going there so there there are eighteen nineteen years older they're going to be excited the Wildcats first game at Madison Square Garden will be on Thursday against the winner of Wednesday night's game between Nepal and
It's Sharapover: A Complicated Affair
"Thought we had the weekend off. I thought we had bought ourselves a little bit of time doing that. Mailbox episode but Maria Sharapova decided to upend our brief break and announced her retirement from tennis. Let's not do a whole lung. Preamble about this. We're here because Maria Sharapova has retired and we're here to talk about that to situate her career talk about the the ups and downs of her career and put her career and her into some context. She announced this week via an essay that she wrote for Vanity Fair and Vogue which were released at the same time both conde nast publications. It's the sort of flex that only a player of her magnitude can do. It's been interesting to me to watch her over. I would say probably the past year or a little more and an observed how little attention and how little fanfare has followed her around considering that she was once the highest paid female athlete in the world. She was tennis's biggest superstar for for many years and this latter stage of her career has been quiet. When you say only a player like her obviously Serena can do that too. I Know Naomi can do that too. I think those are the three players in women's tennis who have that kind of stature status to be able to call up an A. Winter. And be like. Hey can I can let y'all know in your publication regardless of who can do it. The point is that Maria is bigger than tennis. In the same way that Serena or Roger or Rafa are Novak are bigger than tennis. They don't have to go through the traditional tennis media to do these things they can call on their sponsors their friends mainstream press. They have that freedom does afford them because they are successful and they make a lot of money. Of course I knew what you meant but I think dealing with a complicated figure like Maria Sharapova comment on us to be as precise as we can with our words so as to not open up ourselves controlled. But we're not doing this. The whole episode. Every every statement about Maria is not an equal statement about serene. We're just not. I agree I'm just saying we can easily cost nothing to be more precise okay. You see what you did there. You put me in a position to be the bad person. Well maybe you shouldn't shouldn't do it anyway. Maria wrote this essay. I think there were probably a few journalists and people within the sport who was coming and we can't release it as a massive surprise considering that her body has been betraying her over the past few years. It's been extremely difficult for her. To stay healthy at this point for even a match or two in a row. Her events have been sparse. It seemed that the writing had been on the wall for a little while. What's interesting to me is that there is no retirement tour. There's no final triumphant moment at a Grand Slam. That meant a lot to her. There's no on-court Farewell. It almost seems I know. Use The word quiet before but it. It just seems a little anti-climactic for somebody who has meant so much to the game for the past fifteen years. Sure but to me. It makes sense because to embark on some kind of farewell tour. You'd have to be able to count on your body to a low to show up for right and I think that's what the bottom line is here for Maria. She told this story in her Vanity Fair Vogue Essay. That just getting on court for her match at the. Us Open last year. Felt like a victory getting the shot in her shoulder Infos cortisone or whatever but just being able to play to numb the shoulder and play in the first round was a big achievement and so she was past the point of being able to plan anything tennis related because their body just wouldn't let her right and I don't think she's the type to be like well. Let me just show up for this first. Rhone have a cute little moment and lose six two six two like. That's not the kind of scripting that she would one. No and she's had an interesting career injury wise because after that big shoulder surgery that she went through with that had really compromised her play. She had to rewrite the way that she served. Her game. Looked quite a bit different than when she was seventeen. Eighteen nineteen years old but she learns how to move on Clay. She wins two French Open. She becomes a dominant player. Again will maybe not a dominant player. But she reaches number one again. She's part of this triumvirate for a little while with Serena and as Aranka all the while dealing with this shoulder issue. That is still very much a problem. It's not just that she won the French Open. She was winning tournaments on clay. Yeah her up until two thousand ten. I believe she had one or made. Just one final unclean. It was green clad. Amelia Island But from two thousand ten words you see Maria making a ton of clay finals in fact the majority of her finals that she makes I believe in the second half of her career come on clay winnings took three times and winning Rome three times. So that's like you said a complete change of course from what we conceive of her to start her. So where do you WANNA start here? Do you WanNa talk about her career on the court and just kind of give a little background where she started where we are now and then I mean the extracurricular things are huge story with Maria as always I wanNA talk about first about her influence one of the things that I've seen since the the announcement that she's retired is some folks. Scoffing at just how much her actual influence was and how much she inspired people and I don't think you can underestimate. Just how much influence Maria Sharapova had in bringing people into tenants. They might not be the reasons that you would want people to come to tennis. But Maria Sharapova is Bar. None globally the most well-known women's tennis player. And we know this. Because Jamaicans don't know what Serena Williams looks like. We know this from schools John's quits. I can't tell you how many times I've interacted with people and they're like what would you like? Well I have a tennis podcast and like Oh Maria sharp over. I'm like do you follow tennis. No but they know who? Marie sharp over yes. Her Persona has cut through so many different facets of life to the point where random people know who she is on top of that. There are a lot of people who the very first match they saw was Maria Sharapova match. And that's the kind of thing that can't control. I was a Cheetah van because the very first match I watched was a continue to match the very first men's match. I watch was an Agassi match. Those are the things that that people hang onto. Because it's their first introduction right so there is that there is the fact that she occupied this place of prominence being the top paid female athletes in the world. For so long we can have a totally different discussion about whether that was warranted or deserved that separate and apart. If you're able to separate those two things then I think you can see clearly that Sharipova mental out to a lot of people and had great influence within the tennis world the sporting world and in society at large globally as well within tennis. She is a polarizing figure. We are not going to pretend like we have always been kind to her on the show. We've had our fun roasting Maria over the years. You've had your fun today with the title for this episode and You know. I'm going to be totally straightforward. Maria is not not a player that I loved to watch play tennis. I can appreciate her place. I respect a lot of things about her. She's not somebody who's matches I- flocked to watch and we've been critical about the way that she wrote about Serena and her bulk about how she handled the IT F. and then water ban and there's a lot going on but she is not an a boring character by any stretch. If you were to look back now and Marie his career what is the one word or the one thing that comes to mind what well? Unfortunately right now. It's Mel Donen. That's the first thing that comes to my e. Yeah like if we're doing plane Word Association. I'm not saying that's fair. Okay but I think when we have some distance when I've been thinking about her career. I'm thinking about winning Wimbledon at seventeen thinking about having a career slam on Sugar Povoa. Her tennis achievements are huge. Because very few women have won a career. Grand Slam. Her off-court achievements are also big and they're also painted by the fact that her blindness and her whiteness made her the perfect foil and the perfect heroin. As opposed to this dominant black champion Serena Williams you know she was the great white hope right again. Another consideration of the great white hope for me. The word is complicated when we covered the muldoon thing. We came down right in the middle of the fence. We come down on either side of the. I think I'm still there actually. It was kind of interesting to go back and look through some of the research done for that episode. What like what three years ago? At this point I'm early. Two Thousand Sixteen when it when it came out so almost four years ago we would have covered this on the show and to now be going through it again are thinking about it again and and feeling the same way like not much has changed for
Haden Fry has passed away at the age of 90.
"But Hayden fry we lost an iconic I will figure the other day at age ninety he fought that battle with cancer for a long time twenty seasons in Iowa a hundred forty three wins I had the privilege of seeing some of those wins and covering Iowa you were around him a lot hidden fry came up with this this hokey Texas style dumb as a fox war the sun glasses but boy did he went over that state did me we did he as I've told people the last couple days of this guy could run any fortune five hundred company because he knew who to hire he surrounded himself with great people he trusted them he he he delegated authority and all over your one line of of many that that he told me and I think nineteen ninety seven was I never want to hire an assistant coach who doesn't aspire to be a head coach and I know that's that's that's talking it's easy speak but you look at Hayden's first there were I think in nineteen ninety six or ninety seven you could have a leader maybe nine assistance top and that original staff he put together Wyrick five Amer hall of Famers or will be in the hall of fame notations in the hall of fame very over as Bob stoops bill Schneider in the hall of fame and her courage will be in the hall of fame but then you add in Dan McCarney and Donnie Patterson and bill Miller and later Bret Bielema and Chuck long all these guys reader all of employers are there going to be hall of fame coaches or at least most of them will be and so it and I'm not saying it was easy to wonder will because lockers are just suffered through eighteen nineteen non winning seasons I think there were two five hundred years in there had total lack was part of one of those but beyond that I will football pretty well tank after the the forest Evashevski run in the nineteen fifties and then along comes is Tracy from West Texas and I'm ever bump Elliott telling me after you're hired Frank Lautenberg who was the coach of the year to lido and he bombed and then Bob Cummings a high school coach Massillon Ohio came in and you know pull off a couple big upsets with this sizzle wasn't there and bomb should let me tell you it off I don't get this higher right you won't you won't see her anymore as AT and how ironic would that have been because about Bailey at only hired within a couple years time lute Olson Dan gable and Hayden fry and that doesn't that doesn't include C. Vivian stringer or later George raveling or Tom Davis sure or on on any pick bobbles be to selected as athletic director so bump Elliott was an absolute genius and he and Hayden it had the same kind of delivery Hayden Hayden was a front man Bob was always the guy in the background and they made it work for the better part of twenty years and Bob returned bowls became intercourse utility and do it as long as you want to do and then that prostate cancer reared its ugly head in in in the mid nineties and he struggled and obviously I will football slipped and the range were handed off to his disciple Kerr courage and it took him you know normally and and I will tell you the cupboard was pretty bare in ninety eight I remember I remember the gophers just absolutely kicking of the hard cash in the Metrodome Hayden's last year's last game and he had a tearful postgame press conference and then typically it takes for five years to get a program like Iowa restocked occurrence didn't three and in two thousand one they be Texas tech and clippings very in the Alamo bowl and it's been eighteen holes in nineteen years for Kirk Ferentz walls that time and you know and I I never take it for granted we never should I know Minnesota doesn't think what happened there sure for granted it's it's special to live in that kind of moment and I'm sure PJ's gonna have many years like it like he had this year and just like her Terence he he's obviously not done yet but Hayden was was a marvelous wept he had a character about a man and he understood he identified with the people I want me he came from the agricultural side of Texas and he knew all about farmers and and not only is he a hall of fame football coach would always would always amaze me and what a Namor him to what was your yeah you know having having the gall to change the tiger Harker change to the tiger hawk logo from the from her key with the challenge in the wings and the true arc having having the courage to call the Rooney family and say Hey I want to redo the I will uniforms and I want them to look more like the Steelers with the wide gold lettering and and are running said well go head coach but you better win and that's all he said and then the American each farmers the a and F. B. cal in the farm crisis the transcendent a lot more than I would it was Minnesota it was Nebraska was the farmers in South Dakota Hayden fry understood their plight and out of that came farm aid and millions upon millions of dollars for the for the farm family not not the big corporate farms but it that that's who he was the guy could run for governor and I won one a number of terms but he he thankfully stuck with football and with all the better for it yeah and when you look at the bullet points Gary on the resume of Hayden fry and and certainly again and I icon you brought up the a and F. D. cal I mean a bold stroke of genius a simple move but but he had everybody in that state you know eating out of his hand from that point on and then and then other things he did the pink locker rooms at Kinnick and I think he even if he were still around now would tell you his greatest accomplishment was integrating the Southwest Conference at SMU and he was the head coach there with jury Leviathan jury levias you know put up with a lot of crowd but he didn't got that ball rolling hating it was never afraid to take a chance on a young guy and you know that was the old Southwest Conference days was Arkansas that was taxes that was that was in North Texas at SMU everything was lily white and and he rolled the dice and and he always said that I didn't care what color the young man was he could play football and he could get it done on the academic side he was my kind of guy and and he rolled the dice with jury levias and to this day a jury lawyers she talks about breaking down the color barrier because of Hayden fry and and you know you and I should probably should mention that bullet point first Eric beyond a enough and and you know farm aid and the the tiger hawk logo which is now an international sign you can't walk anywhere in America overseas of somebody doesn't see that may go go arcs and I've heard that so many times Michigan Avenue or OR Broadway but he he just he from a P. R. marketing standpoint you know I've I've told people over the years we've all seen the wizard of oz and and the the human form of the wizard was the snake oil salesman who had the horse with the with the wooden wagon and he was selling the pots and pans the back end of his wagon when the tornado was wrong throne is trying to give Dorothy some philosophical advice about now you need to go back home and be with your parents it looks like a storm coming I think that was Hayden fry the wizard of oz he could he could spend it and and one of my favorite stories is that whenever we came to Minneapolis this is a hard one and and I hope she's doing okay said would come in the booth and and he he I think was Poland at total lex chain a little bit but I think he was as sure as you know are you get there's no way you guys are gonna keep Hayden fry he's going to USC he's going to Notre Dame or is going to the NFL every year he would come in every other year when we come to many many apples for and I wish it would matter should always got that you have been a huge there's no way you're going to keep this guy and and the point is understood how precious Hayden fry was not only as a football coach but in the environment that he was in that as long as he was and I was city I always going to be a winner they may not go to the Rose Bowl every year but he went to three of them in one three big ten championships and eighteen nineteen years yeah a remarkable run I remember covering the nineteen ninety Rose Bowl Iowa in Washington mark Brunell Chuck long it was a fabulous setting in Pasadena at the Arroyo Seiko and and I was since then has has really been able to you know year in year out have the kind of model that the golfers are looking for as far as their football program you know always being contention plan a bowl game in every two or three years maybe have a shot to you know playing a significant bowl game and it's great to reminisce Gary about Hayden fry in those days down in Ireland and certainly he's a legend so thanks for sharing your thoughts Hey my pleasure you know in Minnesota and and I work
"eighteen nineteen year" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
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Anderson named St. John's head coach
"Then you finally got an answer to the next Saint John's head coach was going to be because we all agree this ten day. Search has been an out in barris meant I no problem with Saint John's moving on from Chris Mullin, but the plan in place after the fact, let's say left a lot to be desired the failed. Chase of Bobby Hurley what went on with him cruise hearing about porter Moser. I mean, it was just a different story every day. You didn't know who is running. The search was that the new AFL director, Mike Craig was deported. Trustees and the president involved portal nightmare. And I have to be honest when I found out Thursday morning that Kim Koo said withdrawn his name from the search fearing the worst. I was taking a Twitter destroying the program. Rightfully sell for the way, these last ten days have chicken out little did. I know that Saint John's we're actually end up with a head coach and candidate that has a pretty impressive resume is you found out Thursday night that Mike Anderson full head coach at UAB, the former head coach, Missouri. And the former head coach at Arkansas. Is the next head coach of the Saint John's Redstone. His what you like about, Mike Anderson. Everywhere. He has gone. He's one. When's the last time Saint John's can give you coach with that a resume from that amount of stops along the way. It's been quite some time. Mike Anderson is one. Took Arkansas NCW tournament through the last five years. Saint John's can't tell you the last time they've done that going back to the late nineteen ninety s David won a tournament game in nineteen years. You're getting a head coach who's gonna bring a style of play that I think is going to be appealing to lot guys that thinking about one sT shots. Forty minutes of hell, obviously, his proteges men was no Richardson at Arkansas style, they played winning national championship. They're gonna get up and down to four. They're going to defend they're going to be fun team to watch. If you bring in right players. Now the knock on this. Anderson higher is going to be not only the manner in which it was conducted. But the fact that he doesn't have New York ties. I don't think that's in the world. I really don't. And here's why you're going to bring an assistant coach is most likely who do have those New York dies. And if you know anything about college basketball, these days recruiting now is nationwide. You're not just going to focus on a niche area. You'll go coast to coast players Steve alive and tried to do it. Chris Mullin shot to do it coaches over the country. Yeah, you're going to recruit the area in which coaching. But you looking to get players that are going to fit your style players that are gonna stick around players that are going to be eligible now my stick and do that. I think it sell it higher, especially considering the set of circumstances. The embarrassment at reportedly interview with francesa couple days ago. The dirty laundry being aired every which way Saint John's they got themselves proven cut. They got themselves the head coach who's what bendy NCW tournament. Nine times seventeen years. Who is basically twenty five hundred it's an impressive resume. Now, we'll see if that resume can continue to be successful in a program that yeah hasn't had much success over the last eighteen nineteen years. So Mike Anderson, formerly of Arkansas, the new head coach Saint John's, then you had the keys on Thursday night so much for the Yankees taking the good feel of the Boston series and carrying it over into Thursday's game because the basically sleepwalking through nine innings against the Kansas City Royals. They're facing a mediocre pitcher coming off multiple surgeries. And Homer Bailey won't pitch came out of the Mingo her mom who gives him six innings through on baseball. We gave up a couple of gopher balls. You'll gonna take that anytime a on amount. Six Durham baseball Yankee, bats scorn run in the first inning. Did absolutely nothing in this game. And look the acheived one through six in his lineup. Still in my estimation have enough to give you far better efforts than what you saw against the royals, but you have to knowledge the fact that the Yankees seven eight nine Mike Ford. Austin role mind pile await Yankee like so one story short the keys trying to tread water. Eight ten on a year to get cavalry back soon as possible. Hoping for more. Good news. I'm Gail and do hor we'll see what his role is going to be came comeback. Maybe just be at the H that talking about maybe the idea of impeding up a first baseman for about like that. It's you consider getting Gary Sanchez back on Sunday. We'll be cipher so rise 'cause I'm sick and tired of watching Austin role mind who is not a starting catcher in the big leagues. You want? Good news on Hicks. You canoes on Stanton. But if there is a silver lining to all these Yankee injuries man could Frazier's taking his opportunity. He's run with it. He had another multi hit night on Thursday, and he's gonna make life very difficult. Aaron Boone wants the keys have some healthy players back in a lot. But in the meantime, the Handke's gotta find a way even with the injuries to beat up on somebody's bad teams losing series at home to the Orioles. The tigers. And the White Sox is unacceptable. You'd better hoping putting the canned City Royals on that list. Five fifteen here on this Friday morning stage. A after die chance give it to you right here on the fan. Eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six thoughts on Saint John's in their higher the Yankees continuing to struggle with bad teams and Brooklyn now down to one in this series, a punchers chance of their I say extending to sixty seven games don't count on it. Now with the lead is CBS sports minute is Bill rider. CBS sports minute. Not take anything away from the Houston. Rockets. What has
"eighteen nineteen year" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"You know it took me a good ten more years lifting to to really put on a muscle so i mean but you know i kinda regret i never did it would have been fun played rugby house fuss fast i mean it was you know i mean four six four seven guy you know when i was at my peak speed forget yourself then i was about to forty which was which i'm at right now about i don't know health thing quite that fast anymore on seoul still decent but i jump well i was pretty strong but you know like any sport you know you gotta athletes but you gotta you gotta get technically good at the sport there's years and years of that stuff that goes into that that's like people when they talk about you know you could just do whatever sport but when you talk to people who have been at the top you doesn't matter what their sport is they put in so much time to get there and you just can't walk into the matter who you are you can't walk in there and just do it at least from sports right now here to talk about carnivore dot but men i'm really interested with your training because you know heard some dental of numbers of been on instagram account watching you do you know stuff on the concept who rohwer war record holder nat but when did you start with powerlifting stuff yes i started powerlifting basically i'd say the first time i discovered the first time i ever did lifted this is this was a bit so i used to work a ups in angleton texas i don't know if you knew wrangled we're all so i worked i work i loaded trucks i was unloader going to start out at junior college with ut but i was i was unloading trucks so we get there at four o'clock in the morning we'd go in there and we unload all the low trucks for ups drivers and my boss was going to college with me and i had a bet with him you know something about i didn't have to do something work we're at the gym and there was a little gym i can't remember what it was called but i went in there and on it on a bit i said i can dead lift this and it was four fifty five and i never did that before and that was my first like first time deadly thing four fifty five from the floor as eighteen nineteen year old kid which had some natural ability at i've been training you lifting and doing us up but i never tried did lifted before so i kinda got into that and when i went to the university of texas there's a gallon in jan todd and her husband terry jantar touch jam was his former strongest world woman in the world terry was you know he was like us olympic lifting champion back in the day extremely knowledgeable and he's been a curator strike sports forever i mean he has all martinerie and all these all these guys he's he's been with that he's he's got a whole museum on strike so i train with terry terry and jan todd in college start doing the powerlifting then kinda shifted over rugby did that and then i kind of went back to pilot and i remember the first time i pulled seven hundred twenty six and that was april seven hundred for twenty more years or something like that i maintain it for close to twenty years and so i kind of did that then i went into throw no i want to destroy him for a couple years strowman i really liked the training it was fun again i couldn't over it pressed where the damn relative what you do for strom i was good at truck polls good at deadlist lift an atlas knowns did that stuff in my late mid or late thirties and then i got into throwing and.
"eighteen nineteen year" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"And so most preventable disease and basically because of the plaque buildup and information in the lining of the blood vessels which kind of decreases the supply to the heart muscle can range from symptoms of any chest pains to having a massive heart attack and even debts okay and it used to be thought but i was in medical school you know like i guess that was after the korean war but it used to be thought that coronary artery disease was a was a disease of older people and and then the korean war came along and in some of the male casualties with the war they they did autopsies the actually found in eighteen nineteen year old josh that they had plaque build up even as in the late teams so that was kinda surprising i guess to the to the scientists at the time so so this disease process can start very very early sturdily true so actually the black can start building up to and you know and obviously like you know because of the health habits including diet and if you have high blood pressure diabetes it can manifest coronary artery disease even earlier and again as i mentioned earlier so it's preventable disease if you can have a healthy lifestyle right from the beginning so the giants have having come out it is much lower so yeah it's absolutely true that the plaque can dial up at a much earlier age dr pora minna one of your colleagues and she's a medical frontiers many many times and she's a vegetarian i don't know whether you're a vegetarian and i asked her and and you're you're both from india and i asked her if being a vegetarian has really helped folks in india where many people are vegetarian she should know we're catching up is that your feeling also that stinks because the lifestyle change in india and also the western diet and also the incidence of diabetes is much higher in india and also the smoking prevalence is going up so doc this vitucci colorado disease and indian folks in in actually in twenty thirty s so blood you mentioned smoking and we talk a lot of medical frontiers about how bad smoking is it why is smoking bad for the heart again if you have a plaque buildup in the lining of the blood vessels the smoking just makes the black very unstable it makes the black inflamed and the chance of having a heart attack goes up significantly that smoking we have noticed the patients who smoke dope they're going to have significant black on ange when you do an angiogram but data and to how they can have a heart attack just because the whatever the plant they have is inflamed and sprung up sharon causing a heart attack and that can have an effect on blood vessels in other parts of the body you know like the brain to kidney legs and the same risk factors hold good for having a stroke or having back blockages in the legs causing pain when you walk so again this is a process which is not limited just to the heart it can also involve the dodd resupplying the brain and also supplying the legs so if you have plaque buildup in the coronary arteries is a good chance that their plaque buildup in vessels in the rest of your body yes that started goes well how how important is is exercise you know we talk about diet and then we always bring exercise into do you have to stress the heart a bit in order for it to be healthy again exercise is not only it's a good thirty to forty minutes of brisk exercise.
"eighteen nineteen year" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"Get in that environment sometimes adulting is hard and you got to be an adult and there's nothing there's nothing wrong with giving some grief and having some foam with the kids but there comes a point where you don't cross a line you don't cuss sit a kid at one of those camps regardless of what that kid says you've got to be an adult in those situations and the tangible skill set is there i mean the guys is athletically is the most gifted man on the planet but it's not tangible things at end up winning championships as the intangible aspect of coach of either leading team being that guy that you can count on being a guy that you know emotionally going to be okay and he's not going to get flustered the game he's going to give you a chance to win those are the things that set the great ones apart a lotta guys dan marino again after tom brady gets after you you know i mean john elway was pretty quiet huddle but there's a lot of guys that have that kind of motion but you have to have emotional maturity and joe gives us to say to all the time in washington he won three superbowls with three different quarterbacks his biggest mantra was lose yourself and i always say listen from a leadership standpoint look over your shoulder nobody's following you you're probably not a very good leader and those are the things to me that cam continues to falter on is the intangible leadership qualities that make people wanna follow you i think you've made a great point and i want to say like yesterday i was somewhat attacking the kids not somewhat i was i was like man i think this is inappropriate cams they're giving his time i didn't understand the full context of what was going on i've been to these seven on seven camps and where i think cam's really faltering here is he's there as a coach that's not a player and so if the players wanna get emotional and do all the trust i get it is the coach's job set a tone and to make sure no one crosses the line and cam is carrying himself as the coat like he's a player that's where i think he's he's really out of line and where again having talked to some people on the ground there were there at this camp this is what he's done every year he's been there and so that's who is because that's what we is and so some of the kids were expecting the tone had already been said from the previous years and so camp got what he gives out you get the energy you put out welcome back eddie houses back now join with the founder of the big jason mcintyre let's move ray young just got put on blast by an anonymous scout ahead of thursday's draft the scout said he wouldn't touch young who he thought is closer to steph seth curry than steph curry he also compared him to our friend here any house not sure how that's a criticism it's played eleven long years in the nba title wit log you'd think trae young will be a bust bust is a strong word and it all depends on expectations if you're expecting him to be a steph curry year he'll be a bust if you're expecting him to be a solid shooter in the in the nba i don't think he'll be a bust i think he'll be someone that will play in the nba for a while look seth curry is in the nba i think he missed most of this year injured but he's been in the nba in sacramento in dallas of you know i it's now look this kid is falling in the draft right he's a bit of a gimmick yeah but i'm not i think it all depends on the system and who he plays with is he surrounded with other shooters and he's got space in college after he had that great start to his career and in december and january defenses changed and really focused on him and put a hurting on eighteen nineteen year old kid i don't think they'll be able to focus isolate and focus on him so much in the nba if he's in the right system he has a chance to be a good player yeah i mean the thing that scares me is who is he going to defend the thing i like is he's.
"eighteen nineteen year" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"Get in that environment sometimes adulting is hard and you gotta be an adult and there's nothing there's nothing wrong with giving some grief and having some foam with the kids but there comes a point where you don't cross the line you don't the kid at one of those camps regardless of what that kid says you've got to be an adult in those situations and the tangible skill set is there i mean the guys is athletically is the most gifted man on the planet but it's not tangible things that end up winning championships the intangible aspect of coach of either leading team being that guy that you can count on being a guy that you know emotionally going to be okay and he's not going to get flustered the game he's going to give you a chance to win those are the things that set the great ones apart a lotta guys dan marino will get after tom brady gets after you you know john elway was pretty quiet huddle but there's a lot of guys that have that kind of a motion but you have to have emotional maturity and joe gibbs you to say to all the time in washington he won three superbowls with three different quarterbacks his biggest mantra was lose yourself and i always say listen from a leadership standpoint look over your shoulder nobody's fall into your not a very good leader and those are the things to me that cam continues to falter on is the intangible leadership qualities that make people wanna follow you i think you've made a great point and i want to say like yesterday i was somewhat attacking the kids not somewhat i was i was like man i think this is an appropriate cams give it as i didn't understand the full context of what was going on i've been to these seven on seven camps and where i think is really faltering here is he's there as a coach that's not a player and so if the players wanna get emotional and do all the tracks i get it is the coach's job set a tone and to make sure no one crosses the line and cam is carrying himself as the coach like he's a player that's where i think he's he's really out of line and where again having talked to some people on the ground there were there at this camp this is what he's done every year he's been there and so that's who he is because that's what we is and so some of the kids were expecting the tone had already been said from the previous years and so camp god when he gives out get the interview put out welcome back any houses back now join the founder of the big jason mcintyre let's move ray young just got put on blast buying anonymous scout ahead of thursday's draft the scout said he wouldn't touch yup who we thought is closer to steph seth curry than steph curry he also compared him to our friend here any house not sure how that's criticism it's played eleven long years in the nba and one high wit log you'd think trae young will be a bust bust is a strong word and it all depends on expectations if you're expecting him to be a steph curry year he'll be a bust if you're expecting him to be a solid shooter of in the in the nba i don't think he'll be a bust i think he'll be someone that'll play me nba for a while look seth curry is in the nba i think he missed most of this year injured but he's been in the nba in sacramento dallas of you know i it's now look this kid is falling in the draft right he's a bit of a gimmick yeah but i'm not i think it all depends on the system and who he plays with is he surrounded with other shooters and he's got space in college after he had that great start to his career and in december and january defense's changed and really focused on him and put a hurting on eighteen nineteen year old kid i don't think they'll be able to focus isolate and focus on him so much in the nba if he's in the right system he has a chance to be a good player yeah i mean the stigma scares me is who is he going to defend the thing i like is he's.
"eighteen nineteen year" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast
"I mean i didn't say anything because i'm not pushing wish he finished did you go into a one of the fucker she was attractive yet here's the deal right there's plenty of women plenty of women most women that i know have stories where they hit black drunk fuck and it's not a thing to them it's a lot in college my fucked and that sort of thing and i'm not these young women are being more conscious of it now it's good you know what i'm saying like it's good but my son is going to grow generation your jewelry show drone they're not getting blackout drunk or the conversation is very much out there now you know what i'm saying there's there's a lot less people looking at what you see it go over some dues lead around thought you'd be oh you it that is true but i gotta say i don't actually think people aren't getting blackout drunk now i think what's happening is that it's like yeah maybe what you said there's a little bit more looking out for that but i think the truth is if you're gonna have seventeen eighteen nineteen year old guys and girls getting blackout drunk together gonna frat parties or whatever these gray area things are going to happen to have that and not have a hookup where you're kinda like it's on and i think is it's almost like the weird thing that the conclusion from it is almost to go back to like some old shit like some old rules where you're like yeah well you shouldn't be fucking fucking on the first night then you shouldn't be doing these things or there's just gonna be these stories where it's like we all have shit like that if we judge men and women equally hold us have some story of being blackout drunk hooking up with.
"eighteen nineteen year" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Eighteen do you think that going back to the the people who kind of fake the funk do you think they go home in their someone different or do you think they just turn them when i go home they fucking cry go home and cry you think giant eva's crying they go home and cry some pot in life has to be dark because they really can't be they wanna be that's a weird thing for some people having to go home you know people who actually go out there and go what can i attach myself to maybe watch myself to gay people hang out with gay people and that looks cool because i hang out with gay people make me fucking cool i read right through now then there's the people when they go you know what i think i'm like become a rocker if you're on a rock in high school either we're going to be a rocket i know you are rocket check when you were sixteen this chicken facebook i've been talking to a door you know daughters aspiring so i've been going back and forth with her she was a rocker nice wish when we were sixteen she was sucking eighteen nineteen year old dick somebody played the bass in the band you know i was amanda i'm getting quality decade at fifty on the guy the town show get into the fucking bos's twenty one but still i'm not mad that's what you do your into bands but she's a stolen these checks now where like you know when they had those concerts now in the dozen the challenge.
"eighteen nineteen year" Discussed on Guys We F****d
"Right and so so they have these expectations of you but that's not who you are they've had these expectations of you before you were fucking born and the reality of the situation is sexuality is healthy you are eighteen nineteen year old woman i mean god damned dag get out my pussy please yeah and i realized like it's not we recommend like moving out a lot i know that might be not like that you're in you might not be financially independent you know and it's like i mean some people wouldn't even let their kids sleep over but it's like do what you want and also like you just don't have to discuss your sex life with your dad like it's just not necessary and it's fucking weird and i would say i would save i were you i'd be like okay you seem like otherwise you have a pretty okay relationship with him like that i really love you i don't want to know about your mom sex life please do not interfere with my sex life i am a grown woman and i really liked this guy and what i do with my body i'm responsible i'm safe i mean hopefully to do it if you're not and i know what i'm doing and i'm making the best decision and i it's it it squeaks me out when you try to but in in my sex life now and just say i you know i respect you and i would really appreciate it if you respected me in return i'm gonna dull and respect that i can make my own choices and also he should stop fucking interrupting you in in in arguments and i suggest like if i don't get into shouting match but when he interrupts you again just walk away walk away you know that's not the because that's like right there he's that's not a level of respect i know you love your data i'm not saying not to love your dad but like he's so worried about respect that so disrespect thick skull that's fucking rude yeah and if your mom's putting up with that shit like it's like she made that decision and she's in that marriage and that's her fucking fish to fry or whatever but like you don't need to put up with that shit and you need to stop the pattern on now thank you.
"eighteen nineteen year" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"I mean you like him on the phone but you really liked him in person in person it was like it's there right so then but this is the funny part and this is the story i'll probably for the next twenty years so my son plays prep school football he's going off to play college football he's got his boys right they're always together lifting come over the house but my pantry runs out of food three times a week because of this crowd right so all of a sudden here comes the suv and he's got the filled with a guys just got done lifting and they come in and now jason witness in my kitchen so you got all these ditties jason back on they know my son may have because you probably okay whose dad got into today but so they come in and you got all these eighteen nineteen year old soon to be college football players and it's jason witten and jason being so gracious and realizing what's happening they gather around the island and he's holding court and they're asking them everything and he's being very kind and generous with his time and i won't take john's probably ten fifteen minutes and i'm like listen let's grab one pictures you so the guys have a picture and then go take the boys out pizza on me i won't work with jason's guys but one picture boom hey mr win thank you so much you're leaving their halfway out the garage and wit yells out boys you got a ball in the garage what are you kidding me grab a football it's like a misty rain wins in his pupil slacks the bespoke sport coats off he's out on the front lawn now we got one of the kids is son to me joe young he's a quarterback i was gonna say.
"eighteen nineteen year" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"When you see people getting famous at eighteen and nineteen like you did do you feel like calling him up and saying hey avoid this do this enjoy this yeah yes i mean i 'cause i work you know i've gone from being the young actor onset to being the old actor onset with people who are going through that transition and i have all kinds of opinions about it but the the world also really really changes i came up in the pre social media era and the amount of scrutiny that we dealt with was was often overwhelming but it's a completely different universe now right right because you're right i mean when you were when dawson's creek was really humming right you didn't have to worry about people taking self weren't really a thing yeah they'll cation tracking with yeah well also i was i was eighteen nineteen year old boy i was doing all the the attendant stupid things of being eighteen nineteen year old boy and you are supposed to make those mistakes in private do you know what i mean it's important to have the those formative dumb ass years have happened in a way that you're not held to account to it for the rest of your life and we're actually right now in the midst of this conversation about what is privacy and what have we given away and perhaps what do we need to take back but i can't imagine having to go through that experience because as long as i live i will never have the it's kind of an ugly word but i will never be famous like that again.
"eighteen nineteen year" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show
"Five strengths so it's not going to necessarily be specific skills it would be strength areas in which skills are going to be very very obvious but it is a great starting point for having this conversation with this young man who heretofore has maybe not had a really detailed conversation about it so it's going to spit out his top five strengths it's something that i it's probably gonna read as male he's going to go wow that's amazing how they know all this for me just answering questions for thirty minutes it's going to spit out the report you can read it to him read it with him have him read it and then i would two things begin to identify the skills that you have seen his whole life his coaches his teachers do it separately ask him to do the same thing then make it fun you and your husband make it fun go take him out for dinner and and and talk about it get this in front of each other it's gonna be very exciting and then if you've gotten all that clarity on his talents and skills inside of his string zones i would do what i do with callers every day and ask him what what does he most enjoyed doing when he thinks about work or future jobs or roles what does he spend time as a mom you're gonna know a lot of these things but ask him and again you both ride it out and begin to figure out how he will use his skills and strengths to do what he loves to do most keep on the conversation it will reveal itself and that's going to help you decide does he need to go to for your school is it a tech school vocational school or shock can you just go right into the workforce by the way mom this isn't a bad thing it's very possible that you're eighteen nineteen year old could enter the workforce fulltime and beyond path to becoming a millionaire.
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"With news on the go go online on the nextradio app on 93 wibc h hd y indianapolis before the gun bill advances by jack callahan fox news though state senator in florida passing a bill that would allow some teachers to carry guns and raises the age to buy long guns from eighteen to twenty one several students and parents rallied for the bill's passage outside stillman douglas high school including max scheckter whose 14yearold son was killed at federal bureau of investigation's the broward sheriff's office the legislators they all failed me tell my seinfeld all these 16th families florida house will consider the bill next oregon's governor cape brown signed the country's first gun control laws since last month's shooting in florida if blocks domestic abusers of those under restraining orders from owning firearms in oregon and oregon man is filed an age discrimination law of discrimination lawsuit against walmart and dick's sporting goods both companies restricted sales of their stores to people over twenty one gun sales but pointing out that state law oregon allows gun purchases at age eighteen nineteen year old tighter watson says was policies are discriminatory a former trump campaign aide who promised to defy a special council subpoena apparently reconsidering live of that fox's jill nato in washington sam nunn berg was an advisor to president trump's campaign he's been subpoenaed to appear in front of a grand jury in turnover thousands of emails but he told cnn and msnbc he wasn't going to do it and even said he thought that former trump a carter page had colluded with the russians but in a total reversal he's now telling associated press i'm going to end up cooperating with him white house spokeswoman sarah sanders asked what she thinks of none berg not going away until somebody that doesn't work at the white house a spokesman for the special counsel's office wouldn't comment jack flex jill wall street tricking off the tariff jitters the dow up three hundred thirty six points on monday dow futures are up modestly higher fox news ferid balance.
"eighteen nineteen year" Discussed on Why I'm Not... with Brant Pinvidic
"I would like to understand yeah you don't know you i mean everybody's after you all the girls are screaming this has got to feel in some ways the greatest thing ever in some ways so that's what's what's hard about it i think it's hard for all of us to live with the cloud amis and end teenagers in particular were also teenagers were all struggling to find out who we are anyway so on on one hand you you it's great i mean what teenager doesn't want that kind of attention but on the other side is a real as an actress if he wanted to be an actor and got into it because it he loves the work in the process and in all of that to to to it that this new oversized reaction fuels not so much about the work in more about hormones in feira moans and right adolescents and boy and girl stuff his can can be that that that disconnect can be hard to figure out now i i saw a lot of clips in you in interviews and it was like with stunning how well spoken you were how late deliberately were about talking about your work and your understanding of everything in the way you handled yourself with did not seem to fit with that eighteen nineteen year old heartthrob with groupies everywhere yeah and that's the dichotomy yeah and so i actually you really we're an actor you were really passionate about the the movies in the work and all that kind of stuff but you're teen heartthrob thing was like sweeping over you like a winning and i also get why peat why they're a tendency to not take me seriously as i felt about my work with.
"eighteen nineteen year" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"A short time many asia it was a good reason maybe the company went out of business or maybe i was looking for something better but uh nowadays it seems like it's more accepted yeah and gone are the days where he just kind of grin and bear it because the reality is that the relationship between employer and employee has changed the recession really changed everything where you're not going to get grin and bear that relationship so that you can get a gold washing retirement at the end of the day really millennials watched our parents struggle oil and even lose their jobs or maybe even though companies during the recession because of that i think millennials have a higher uh level of requirements for their employers or same guy i'll come and all work for you but it's not just about the money it's really a a transformation of what i bring to your company what you help me with rather than just a transaction or context more important than anyone opportunity absolutely i i think that that's a a really great way is to eat it because as as millennials keep in mind most time people think millennials eighteen nineteen year old be oldest millennials thirty seven right now but we're not talking about teenagers here we're talking about young adults people have who have been in the workforce for fifteen years so this generation has entered the workforce and in fact were the largest part of the workforce last year we became the largest part of the consumer market did this conversation around millennials isn't just you know a key using this this younger generation really it's smart business owners are realizing that we're in the middle of the largest generational power handoff in history and how we handle it is really going to determine how well we do uh absolutely we're on the brink of price from great prosperity and i think people need to position themselves were they were be this new economy that's coming up with the idea experience the good thing is i mean people should take away something from every job that they have shouldn't they absolutely i think uh whether you're young or old whatever it is that you're.
"eighteen nineteen year" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"So i'm guessing they'll be some kind of suspension or something going on i mean really at the ucla priorities we're on a member of chinese government i kind of deferring normally and say look kids make no mistake you we were all nineteen but shoplifting in a communist countries so beyond the level of stupidity here pretty much no punishment i really feel that bad for i mean it's the latter part i totally agree with you and i tweeted it right away nothing says i don't watch the news by going to china and shoplifter yet right by his his length deep regret the generally expect '18 '19 okay to be watching a news it play basketball behind just look on twitter met now ideas on guys did come amending who's the do you really think even which is really what you really think that eighteen nineteen year old college basketball players would aspirations to go to the nba is paying attention to their aim values of fended well i'll tell you the moment i'll tell you this it's easy napm energy they don't they they they were great you know wollery lat they were they were brief day looking at the instagram girls i what to shoes with the cars this will there's nobody around right there's no way they went into china and we're and i'm marie i don't know that the school told them i don't know that the land we know as room hey if you still anything you go go to jail i think the school told me school told to stay out of trump let's continue peak they will the hit in the drought let's let's get to you this on the other side plus we've got some news on the dodgers and who they can be chasing we'll tell you that second so before we get to the dodgers news.
"eighteen nineteen year" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"The ball family you know we talk a lot about regimes that sometimes take americans prisoner i'm not acquainting taking americans prisoner in north korea or iran two three young people doing something stupid him shaking a rule the allegations are true in china but also say you're talking about eighteen nineteen year old young manner kids wherever the term is uh who could find themselves in prison for seven years dean and i'm not again i don't want do false equivalency here but i'll omyle mistakes why was nineteen twenty twenty one years old i did some stupid things in college ever shoplifted but i certainly did some things that i were to do them in china might have got me arrested i like to believe i wanna have been tough to have gone to the country that is that strict and have engaged in the kind of behavior you know drank into my jacqueline stupid in public college whatever but i would hope politics aside we can all agree that none of us want three unmanned for the united states with promising futures in leandro case possibly an mba future and again like perhaps people who have been and i'm speculating here led to believe that the rules don't apply to them because of their fame because it's dangerous people who have been led to believe that they can get away with things i can't speak for ucla but i can tell you ban the federal to gatien into nca the ncaa and some of the universe around the country we've seen documentation russ bagged and evidence or on the fact that student athletes are often taught that the rules don't apply to them wink wink nod nodded all be okay here's some money hersman from russell benefits not excusing if this happened three kids walk in and three student athletes walk into the school in shoplifting something but like any of us thank you be should be seven years in prison until the hope here is that the president the timing the president was in asia the fact that i really believe that politics aside he has an appreciation for fame and.
"eighteen nineteen year" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The bottom line because the necker bikers need somebody to get posing as the ball and our ramon sessions isn't dead the eighteen nineteen year old friend point guard was in an action tonight is still recovering from the ankle and they really don't have a point guard as i said at the sect's there if you're a knickerbocker fan do yourself a favor google point guard the see what one looks like and what one point guard is supposed to be doing because with the new york negga barca's for the most part they don't have a point guard and they need a eric bledsoe and he's like twenty six twenty seven years of age again twenty nine million due over the next two years and the knickerbockers need to be aggressive and working out something would phoenix and again orna zack knows from our bledsoe who doesn't want to be with phoenix he tweeted that the other day at a meeting with management and he told management a high don't want to be here and phoenix they lost their first three games by like a total of a thousand points i mean they are just dreadful just awful and other word you can say on the radio but the bottom line is bledsoe wants out and management has told him they will work out a deal you want the knickerbockers to be aggressive and get themselves have legitimate point guard world series if i bring up the world series which i will do after we take a break if i bring up the world series won't everybody turn off the radio because yankee fans from what i understand they don't wanna see houston and metropolitan fans don't wanna see justin turner who had a two on home run on the bottomless sixinning to give hollywood a three one lead kershaw after seven innings one on brakeman homerun three heads one of them from out too may of course at 11 strikeouts walker to start hearing that he said called tax all over again one eight seven seven three three seven six six six secs as if you didn't know number to call the fanny are we ready to open next month i.
"eighteen nineteen year" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You call middle class not young people these could be people let fifties and sixties correctly i have three known a genereal in my practice legally nineties he has sir sir it's quite remarkable i also have a lot of eighteen nineteen year olds and everywhere in between would you say that the foams suitable industry has something to onto for here well certainly there's a profit motive with us in a we see this with the physicians have prescribe and we see this with the pharmaceutical corporations that produced the drugs they are both profiting from the prescription of these drugs of course there's there's a profit motive to this it's demanddriven i am not here to place blame fully on doctors or the pharmaceutical industry although it would be improper to ignore that these drugs were promoted hain actually about ten years ago became the quote unquote fifth addle side so nurses were instructed to monitor this amongst patients and doctors were instructed to monitor pain on an outpatient basis just like they would blood pressure and this was largely pharmaceutical driven you think that was civic driven i think yes it has been criticised and it has been criticised as something that has been lobbied for by the pharmaceutical industry uh with the obvious intention of selling more analgesic medication addiction specialist up to dwight gannon's speaking to be from detroit well we did try extensively to seek comment from the drugs manufacturers and distributors themselves with those now facing lawsuits but all of them declined to speak pudgy pharma is one of the main drugs companies in the eyes of this legal storm it pioneered one of the leading opioid medications back in the nineties oakes the content talk show host rush limbaugh singer courtney love and the deceased actor heath ledger not just some of those known to have battled it's addictive qualities in two thousand and seven the company did pay compensation to the us justice department this for describing the drug as nonaddictive in its hay day paying of a six hundred million and dole is in fines but this hasn't stopped further attempts by city administrations and others to get pudgy to pay up the company.