35 Burst results for "Elliott Elliott"
Reddick wins at Indy to close best month of NASCAR career
"Hyaluronic second wind of the month safely puts him in the NASCAR Cup playoffs Reddick started on the pole and survived two restarts leading 38 laps to win the Verizon 200 at the brickyard in overtime Two rookies Austin Cedric and Harrison Burton were second and third Chase Elliott who finished well back maintains the top spot in the point standings
Elliott given Pocono win after Hamlin, Busch disqualified
"For only the second time and it's nearly 75 year history NASCAR disqualified at race winner and the runner up as the cars of teammates Denny Hamlin the winner and runner up Kyle Busch were found to be illegal in post race inspection that Pocono Raceway That moved chase Elliott from third to first NASCAR said the Joe Gibbs Racing cars had material in the front fascia that was found to be illegal and did not conform to the rule book The change moves Tyler Reddick to second and Daniel Suarez to third I'm Jerry
Bell crashes NASCAR playoff field with win at New Hampshire
"Christopher Bell didn't have the best car for most of the race at New Hampshire motor speedway but his crew kept working on it and it came alive as he chased down the leaders and drove away with his first win of the season My car was the fastest one out there especially on the long run And I did my job to maximize that With 6 races left in the regular season bells win has huge implications for the NASCAR playoff stanleys as he becomes the 14th driver to lock himself into the round of 16 They cut off line kept creeping up and up and up So it feels really good to hopefully get myself above that cut off line by a couple spots Chase Elliott finished second Bubba Wallace was third I'm Jerry
Elliott holds off LaJoie, giving Georgian 1st Atlanta win
"Chase Elliott threw a massive block on Corey Lajoie on the final lap at Atlanta Motor Speedway and went on to take the checkered flag under caution as Lajoie hit the wall hard and was relegated to a 21st place finish after being in contention for his first NASCAR Cup Series win Elliott said he was in a tough spot but it was the final lap and the win was on the line Lajoie said he had to make his move because his team doesn't usually get a chance to go to victory lane Following Elliott to the finish was Ross Chastain in second and Austin syndrome and third I'm Jerry
Reddick wins at Road America for 1st NASCAR Cup victory
"Tyler Reddick's crew put him on chase Elliott's bumper coming off the final pit stop at road America and within a handful of laps he had run Elliott down past him and led the final 16 to seize his first NASCAR Cup Series victory Not only one times before Redick had tried 5 times he'd been running up Now his first win locks him into the NASCAR playoffs We got slapped in the face with reality of what cup racing is like And just I've had to learn a lot over the course of these last three years in the Cup Series as a driver Finishing second Elliott congratulated Reddick and said he remembers what it was like to get that first win I'm Jerry
Chase Elliott needs nearly 7 hours to win at Nashville
"Following a two hour delay due to rain at Nashville superspeedway chase Elliott took a gamble on a late race caution staying out when several other drivers pitted for tires The bet paid off as Elliot was able to hold off Kurt Busch and Ryan Blaney for the win As bad as we were at the beginning of the race to be able to adjust on it take advantage of the opportunities we had to try to fix it and then to hit on it and to be able to execute after we hit on it to finish the event strong is not an easy thing to do Elliott led the final 34 laps to pick up a second NASCAR Cup Series victory of the season Bush admitted to making a mistake that likely cost him a shot at the win and finished second I just needed to start throwing fenders and starting to move people around and I didn't get after it Blaney was third I'm Jerry
World Bee Day-Bee Intro and Wrap
"On world B day the UN's food and agriculture organization is celebrating the diversity of bees and beekeeping systems Bees are at risk from habitat loss due to farming human habitation and pesticides Beekeeper Samuel moany in Kenya says 2021 was not a good year Due to the climate coach plus we had a low cost inversion the mechanism which were used in their control it was used by spraying which affected the big keeping doctor Elliott yule a researcher at southeastern Kenya university says habitat loss is also a major issue for bees Every time you cut down trends then you get rid of nectar and pollen And this is the food for the beans And when there's no food for the bees then it leads to colonies He says livestock people agriculture people environment people and of course beekeepers must work together to save the bees I'm Ed
The Right Scoop Analyzes Buffalo Shooting Suspect's Manifesto
"Now over at right scoop our buddy Brian has laid out a pretty good case breaking down what this manifesto says via Tom Elliott And he says the race is shooter in Buffalo left Ted dead In a grocery store this weekend wrote a manifesto before the shooting In the manifesto he reveals that he chose his own state of New York in part because of the restrictive gun laws via Tom Elliott Why did you choose redacted for the place of the attack This is out of the manifesto Has the highest black population percentage He put the zip code and isn't that far away plus New York has heavy gun laws So it's easy for me if I knew that any legally armed civilian was limited to ten round magazines There are a number of firearms I replaced the name of the city to redacted because I prefer that the apparent local police don't know until the attack has started if the attack can somebody switch it over please This shows you what a head case this guy is Obviously the shooter is a racist and he readily admits it Are you a fascist Yes fascism is one of the only political ideologies that will unite whites against the replacers Since that is what I see calling me a fascist would be accurate Are we a white supremacist Yes I would call myself a white supremacist after all Which race is responsible for the world we live in today I believe the white race is superior in the brain to all other races Are you a racist Yes I'm a racist because I believe in differences at capability between races Are you tolerant sure the vast virtues of a dying nation are tolerance and apathy and I want none of it Are you an anti semite Yes in bold double exclamation mark I wish all Jews to hell
Chase Elliott wins at Dover to snap 26-race winless streak
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"elliott " Discussed on Broken Record
"Didn't even think, like the way we are now, we're probably more open to just playing stuff and seeing what people think, we didn't do that then. We came in saying, okay, this is going to be the first single. And then we're going to come with this. We wasn't playing it for somebody to tell us if it was hot or not. We was playing it because we thought it was hot. Exactly. And as time went on, your confidence can either build or it could stagger or it could just go to nothing. And I think as time went on, we probably started to ask people. But then I got to a point that I'm just like, nah, I just want to do music that feels good to me. And absolutely. Just like you, you are legendary. Legendary. At this point, you probably doing it like, I'm just having fun. There was a time where you may have felt like you was concentrating on making this kind of music or timeless. So you're not even thinking like that now. I'd improve myself. What? I'm having fun. I'm going to take two spoons and hit on this trash can and throw this out because it feels good to me right now while you have proven yourself time and time again. And what's the use of doing music if you can't have fun with it? Absolutely. I've always tried to make music that I like and never question what anyone else is going to think because I can't, I can't imagine what anyone else is going to think and at least if I'm true to what I like, at least I know some one person likes it. You know, it's better than making something that maybe nobody likes. I'm making things that I like and I care about it. That's all I could do. Absolutely. I said, just think if there was one person in the room, I always say Michael and Quincy or whoever else was in that room when they were creating thriller. They all had to be aligned in the same space. Because if one person had been like, what is close to midnight some evil is that what kind of song is this? It could have threw them all the way off and made them trash that record. But they was all aligned in that room where they had to be like, visually, they was in the same place. I see it. I hear it. This is going to be huge. And those are the type of people that I try to, you know, keep around, not just yes, ma'am, people, you know, if it's something that is truly whack, I want my Friends to be like, yo. Absolutely. Absolutely. Otherwise, you're living in a world of not reality. Like you have no idea. It's like, I want to make something that I like and if someone else doesn't like it, it's cool, but I want to know if they don't like it. It's just so I understand the world, you know? Right, right. But yeah, I mean, you were such a legend in people dream to get to that place. And you have an impeccable ear. So I know that, you know, when you have an ear like that, you would have to be a 120 for anybody to be like, nah. If you was to say, even at 90, you be like, not that ain't it. I'm gonna believe it. But I feel like you're exactly the same. We both been doing it long enough where we, you know, it's like it's obvious we know what we're doing. It's okay. Yeah, yeah. I almost definitely probably had a few producers mad at me when I realize now that ain't it. That means that means you care and you're honest, you know, that's part of the job too, it's not just going along with it. Yeah. You know, especially in this time when you've been around for so long, though, but then you may get some young dungar ones that come in and be like, nah, I don't know what you're talking about. This, I'm telling you, this, what everybody listened to and that's the great thing about, I think, what we have done is we created something in yourself that hadn't been done. And so you are in a position to be able to say that because you wasn't following what everybody else was doing. And if you can teach any upcoming producers like, hey, you know, you stand out. Because at the end of the day, you don't want it to be 5 of you 'cause if you got 5 of you, then most of the time, the label going to go with the cheapest one anyway, so you better hope you to cheat one because otherwise you're not gonna be picked like it's gonna be easy for them to go with the one that is popping right now. So you better off just trying to do something that will be game changing. And game changing, you don't get a lot of those. You can count those. It ain't ain't a lot of game changes. It's true. Thank you so much for speaking to me. This was beautiful. I thank you and hopefully we will see each other. But it's been fun and I appreciate you just know that you are legendary and will continue to be and it was an honor speaking to you. The honor is all mine. Thank you so much and we speak soon and hopefully I get to see you and give you big hug and thank you personally. Yes. Well, you enjoy yourself and be safe out there. Thanks to Missy Elliott for talking through her career with Rick and sharing insight into a creative process. You can hear all of the songs mentioned in this episode along with the rest of her now 25 year old album super duper fly. On a playlist at broken record podcast dot com. Next week, we kick off a monthlong slate of interviews Rick Rubin did with the Red Hot Chili Peppers. To commemorate the release of their newest album, unlimited love. This is the peppers like you've never heard them before and trust me. You don't want to miss it. The first episode comes out Friday, April 1st, the same day as the app. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel at YouTube dot com slash broken record podcast where you can find all of our new episodes. You can follow us on Twitter at broken record. Broken record is produced with help from the arose, Jason gambel, Ben holiday, Eric Sandler, and Jennifer Sanchez. Our executive producer is meal about. 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"elliott " Discussed on Broken Record
"More at IBM dot com. We're back with the rest of Rick Rubin's conversation with Missy Elliott. Tell me about your writing process. How does it start? What's the first thing that happens? My writing process, a lot of times I could be riding down the street thinking of something. I listened to a lot of my friends problems. Sometimes I'm just sitting and listening to a conversation. And just pick up ideas and listen to what they going through. And then get a track and sometimes I'll already sing melodies in my now that I, you know, we can do that on our phones. I'll sing melodies on my note thing on my phone. Before there's even a beat. Yes. And then once I get a track, you know, I can adjust it to whatever track it is. Once I have the words and somewhat of a melody, I can adjust it to whatever track. Is it all about the words or could it be about the phrasing or the melody? Sometimes it's depending on what the vibe is. Sometimes, you know, music. You may hear a track and I believe music speaks to you, you know? And kind of tells you, you can hear record and you may hear a track and say, oh, these sounds like sound like sexy chords and make you wanna sing a song about sex. So you hear a song and it sounds like a motivational chorus. I believe courts really do give you a place of feeling. But a lot of times when I'm just walking, sometimes I walk in the mountain and I'll just think of a melody. So the melody for me a lot of times, be first, 'cause sometimes I'll get on the mic and I'll just hum some stuff. And then in lyrics account. I honestly was like, I had to just do an album where I'm just humming a bunch of gibberish. To the show, this is how most people, a lot of people create that way. Have you ever written a song with another person like sitting together looking at each other and writing a song together or it's always each person does their own thing. Last year was the first time in my whole career. That I have collapsed with a writer. I have written every last one of minds, every last one of anybody else's I've done. And at some point, you know, you just feel like, hey, it's good to just have some freshness coming in. You can't 90 years old. I'm still talking about it. I'm feeling the right. Open a rightful Cardi B. Up in the right Beyoncé. You got to know when it's like, okay, it's okay. To bring in help because I've done this with another 5 years it'll be 30 years. Yeah. 25 is a good number. 25 is a great number. And congratulations on the anniversary of the first solo album. That's an incredible milestone. And a funny thing when I tell you that album, we did that album in two weeks. And we did it because I wanted to have my own record label so bad. And Sylvia rose said the only way that I'll give you a record label is if you give me an album, give me one album. And I was like, Tim, come on, let's get her this album, so I can get this label. So we did it out of Harry on up. Like I really wanted the label so bad. And because at that time, I had member I had left and went back home, so I didn't want to be an artist anymore. And so we did it so quick. It was two weeks. And I was like, here. And from that album, it went on to the next album, the next album, the next album. But initially, it was just like, I just wanted to label. So that's how that album came about. Fascinating. So in some ways, when you took a break in 2005, it's almost like that's how you wanted it to be from the beginning and then just other stuff happened. Yeah. That's amazing. That's amazing. I love doing both, but I'm very shy. It although it may not seem like it, 'cause I get to talking, but I'm very shy. So people have to understand like I started in a group so to go from a group to a solo artist, you have to mentally already know that that's what you want to do. And that's not something that I came in this thing thinking. So I ended up being a solo artist and everything you feel like everything is on you now. You don't have, you know, other people that you could talk to when things go crazy. And then, you know, the second album became more stressful. The first album I always tell people you are at your most vulnerable, you don't care, is you don't have nothing to compare it to is that second album that is going to give you that headache because if your first album is successful, then you're chasing trying to find the success of whatever records you put out that made that album go, you're trying to find that same style for that second album. And it just feel like, oh my God. Nothing is right. And I didn't even appreciate my second album until later. And realized that actually that album was a masterpiece because we used a lot of theatrical loops and stuff in that album mixed with hip hop, but at that time it was just like, oh, that was, that was a headache. That second. 'cause it's scary, you know what it is a thing called sophomore jinx. Yeah, for sure. I didn't want to be an artist, but now I'm in it. And so now I gotta make sure I don't fail the second album. So that was.
"elliott " Discussed on Broken Record
"All we had been hearing. The song, the song was already written, tell me what you played her. I mean, I played it for after I had demoed the vocals. Because that's me at the beginning, saying love you, baby. Me and Tim, went in and recorded it. And then I played her, you know, the version with my vocals on it. And she loved it. And she got it immediately. Which when I think about it, it just shows that she was aligned with us, musically anyway, because we had to show people how to sing and rap over something that, like I said, that hadn't existed before. People didn't know where to place this music. They didn't know whether to go to the R&B and hip hop or to the pop. They didn't know where to place it. But she got it. Immediately. But that actually wasn't the first record that she did. The first record she did was if your girl only knew. And even for her to get that record. And we were only supposed to do one record on alea. And it went from one to two to three to four to 5. It just kept going. Wow. And she took a chance because she was Aaliyah already to the world. You know, she had the chance to be able to work with any major producer out there. And here we were to young kids coming in. With nothing really under our belts and she just was like, I love what y'all doing. And she just kept recording each record that we would do. She would be like, I want that one. I want that one. Yeah, I love that. And she did it. Typically when you would write for someone else, would it typically happen like that you would write it, do a demo of the whole song and then present it to the artist or was it ever more collaborative than that? No, I always wrote it and always demoed it. And then I started as time went on, I started to get, I would write it, and then I would get Jasmine or tweet or somebody to demo for me. But actually, the one person I did have demo in early on on one song was Gina Thompson, she demoed, I care for you for Aaliyah. But yet I would just go in there and write the songs and then demo it. And then I was not like, I didn't consider myself a singer singer like that I wasn't giving you no Whitney Houston notes. And so by me not being a singer, I would just kind of rap singing and that's how if you listen to one in a million, it's like rap singing because I wasn't a person who could do all of those runs and stuff like that so I would just rap sing songs and it just ended up being a new kind of rhythm too. Have you ever written a song for someone else they not do it and then you end up doing it yourself? Has it ever happened? No, I've never written a song for someone else and then I ended up doing it. I always ended up giving it to someone else. Yeah. 'cause for me, I'm so critical on myself, like that's probably been the hardest thing for me is once I do it for the artists I have them in mind or artists in mind and not me because I know when I do stuff for myself is always like some weird crazy stuff. So I know that those artists probably be like, oh nah, you bucking. So I've never taken a record that I had for somebody else and use it on myself. So when you say critical of yourself in that way, I want to understand it better. Is it that the song's not good enough for you or that it doesn't suit your personality or if there's a song that you think is great, but that it's not right for you that you wrote, what's the thought process? Well, me as the artist, I do stuff so differently for myself that a lot of times it's so like out there, I couldn't imagine, you know, somebody else saying don't. You know, something I said and work it. I couldn't imagine somebody else saying some of the stuff that I've said, not to say they wouldn't, but I just know stuff that is more suitable for me. So when I do those records, they're more tame down than what I would do for myself. Yeah. Because for myself, I'm taking the chance. I'm just like, you know, I'm going to say whatever, you know, I'm going to say she's a bitch. I'm going to say pussy don't fail me now. And sing it. And these artists would probably be like, now Missy, I do many things, but so I'm just different as the artist. Yes. So your records tend to be more extreme and you could say lyrically harder or more challenging or crazier. It wouldn't feel right to give someone else a song like that expecting them to do it. Yes, even to this day, like it's a few artists that probably would do. It's just because I say, yo, I'm telling you it's going to go as hot. But for the most part, I'm taking more of a risk on myself. So those records that I do for other artists. Once I do them, I just say, hey, this will go to somebody, but just not me. Who was the first artist that you or the first group of artists that you looked up to and felt like, this is my inspiration. This is what I want to do. Who are the people that got you to want to do it? Oh, so many artists, the gospel, I would have to say the clock sisters. As far as R&B, prince Michael, Janet, when you come to hip hop, I would go back to Roxanne, Queen Latifah, light, salt and pepper, the reason I started rapping. LL, big daddy came public enemy, moaning, you know, all the hip hop mothers and fathers of this thing. I would say to be honest, the whole 90s for me early 90s really just like inspired me. But the 80s also because I feel like the 80s people were experimental. With music. The song pepper is the reason that I started rapping. They are most definitely the reason. We have to take a quick break, but we'll be right back with more from Missy Elliott and Rick Rubin. What if you were a major transit system with billions of passengers taking millions of trips every year? You weren't about to let any cyberattacks slow you down. So you partner with IBM to build a security architecture to keep your data, network, and applications protected. 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"elliott " Discussed on Broken Record
"To be creative. Yes, absolutely, because when you think about those reels, when you think about recording from tape that the tape that I always wonder who came up with that and like who? To do that and to be able to, I was able to put harmonies that way without us even having a studio. This is so crazy. And you've worked with Tim from the beginning throughout your career pretty much. Yes? Oh yeah, from that day, that first day of going to Tim's house in his dad hated when that doorbell would ring, 'cause his dad, I think, drove trucks. And so he would be driving late at night and he would just be fussing like, y'all got to go. Y'all got to get out of here. Make it on that boom bap. I got the drive. He would be fussing us out, but we were so, and we were so intrigued, it's so crazy. When I tell you, I think back to just the beginning, like the first song that I ever heard, 'cause I heard him, I seen an interview attempt not too long ago. And he was like, you know, Missy taught me so much. And it's funny because I learned so much just from the first song I remember Donna Summer last dance. And I said, at a young age, I was so intrigued at the structure of that record. And I was like, what made her start this slow? Yeah, it starts slow and then it turns into a dance song and you're not expecting it to turn into a dance song. Yeah, and at a young age that intrigued me that I hadn't heard a record do that. And till this day, that is a structure that I always say was just so amazing to me. That was the first record that caught my attention. So I always gravitated to things that probably people wouldn't have paid attention to, but then when we by the time I met Tim and we started getting into hip hop really crazy. Well, I was in the hip hop before I met him because I'm quite sure he was into it too round junior high school. We were in the UTFO run DMC days. But by that time we was in the public enemy when I met Tim and everything was chuck D and play everything was, yeah, boy. Are they not? And we would just sit and listen to the 8 O 8s and stuff that they would have in their records in the break beats that they would use in public enemy records. And we was just always so amazed. We then, you know, we were most definitely in the tribe, and I always used to say, goo you sound just like Q tip. Tell me that. So those days really shaped us too. Just the whole hip hop culture, like we was so heavy, heavy, heavy, heavy, into it. We'll be right back after the break with more from Missy Elliott and Rick Rubin. What if you were a global bank who wanted to supercharge your audit system? So you tap IBM to unsilo your data, and with the help of AI, start crunching a year's worth of transactions against thousands of compliance controls. Now you're making smarter decisions faster, operating costs are lower and everyone from your auditors to your bankers feels like a million bucks. Let's create smarter ways of putting your data to work. IBM. Let's create. Learn more at IBM dot com. What if you are a global bank who wanted to supercharge your audit system? So you tap IBM to unsilo your data, and with the help of AI, start crunching a year's worth of transactions against thousands of compliance controls. Now you're making smarter decisions faster, operating costs are lower, and everyone from your auditors to your bankers feels like a million bucks. Let's create smarter ways of putting your data to work. IBM. Let's create. Learn more at IBM dot com. We're back with more from miss Elliott. Tell me about Tim as a person. Tim. To believe first he was DJ tummy too. So he was so quiet. A quiet genius. And what I always say about Tim and Pharrell just amaze me in two different ways. Tim, because he didn't play, he went off a feeling when he created music. Somebody that went to school probably with technically say these sounds put together are wrong. This is not in the correct key. But he because he went off a feeling if it was right. It was wrong, but it was right. And it was new, and it was new. Yes. And, you know, we really showed people how to rap and sing over a cadence that hadn't existed. Before us. That Kate is so off. To people, I remember one in a million was hard to get played. Because they were saying a lot of people were saying a lot of the program directors were saying that they couldn't mix it in or blended in with the record before or after because of the rhythm of it. Yeah. And it was weird because although it was so slow, it still made you bounce. In the weirdest way, like all the songs that we did just had this bounce even if they were so records. So I think that's the genius in that is that sometimes it's not just about just being technical because I've had people who are amazing, technically, but the feeling is not there. And so that's why I think Tim was always so great at what he did because he went off a feeling. It felt right. It's amazing that there was a time that that was too unusual to go on the radio when it had so much of an effect in all music that came after it. Tell me the story of that song from the beginning. First time you heard the beat. I was out working with 7 O two and Tim call me and was like, hey, you know, we got this opportunity to do something on Aaliyah. Now, you know, we still knew. Nobody really knows who we are. So when me and Tim got together, I'm like, Tim, you know, were we gonna do? Because she was already a superstar. So I'm like, yo, let's just give her our old sound. Nobody never heard it. So it'll be like a new sound. Because that sound was probably four years old to us. Wow. Because we had been signed and the stuff didn't come out. So we have been on that wave that whole rhythm. And I said, let's just give her that. So Tim was like, are you sure I'm like, yeah, like, dude, you know, we were still in a place of, we didn't know what was hot or not. All we knew was what we did. Yeah. You know, this is hot. Not knowing it was really hot, but it.
"elliott " Discussed on Broken Record
"Of the great innovators in popular music ever on the show. And I don't say that lightly. Missy, misdemeanor, Elliott. This year is the 25th anniversary of misses certified classic debut album, super duper fly. When that album first dropped, Missy's unconventional rhyme scheme and unique flavor, paired with her childhood friend Timbaland's futuristic production, set a precedent for what was creatively possible in hip hop. And throughout her career, Missy's maintained that level of playful creativity. You can hear it on her slew of radio hits like.
Point's OT goal lifts Lightning past Red Wings 2-1
"Skid with a two to one win versus the red wings in overtime breakpoint won it with a power play goal to twenty eight into the extra session scoring off a rebound of Steven Stamkos shot stem co scored a third period power play goal for the lightning tying it was four thirty eight left in regulation Anthony Cerami system both Tampa goals Brian Elliott made twenty six saves in his first start since March twelfth Oskar Sundqvist was the only red wing to beat Elliott Alex the dog which made thirty four saves for the red wings I'm Jane very
Larson holds off Dillon, Suarez for NASCAR win at Fontana
"Defending NASCAR Cup series champion collars and was back to his winning ways at auto club speedway in California as he powered to the front of the field late in the race and held off numerous challenges for the lead one that even resulted in him causing his teammate chase Elliott hit the outside wall and fall back into the field I had around so I went to peel off and as soon as I peeled off my spotter John outside outside outside and I had no clue he was even coming Larson led a total of four times on the day for twenty eight laps in his win locks him into NASCAR playoffs to defend his title following Larson to the checkered flag in second was Austin Dillon who overcame an early pit road speeding penalty to pick up his best finish since two thousand and twenty rounding out the top three was Erik Jones I'm Jerry Jordan
Lewis buries late 3 to send Marquette past Villanova 57-54
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Dak Prescott and the Cowboys’ Starters Launch Into Playoffs
"The the cowboys cowboys geared geared up up for for the the playoffs playoffs by by blasting blasting the the eagles eagles fifty fifty one one twenty twenty six six dak dak Prescott Prescott threw threw for for five five touchdowns touchdowns completing completing twenty twenty one one of of twenty twenty seven seven passes passes for for two two hundred hundred ninety ninety five five yards yards Dallas Dallas also also ran ran for for one one hundred hundred seventy seventy five five yards yards with with Ezekiel Ezekiel Elliott Elliott providing providing eighty eighty seven seven on on eighteen eighteen carries carries Cedrick Cedrick Wilson Wilson and and Dalton Dalton Schultz Schultz each each had had two two scoring scoring receptions receptions Wilson Wilson had had five five catches catches for for one one hundred hundred nineteen nineteen yards yards for for the the cowboys cowboys who who scored scored over over fifty fifty points points in in two two of of their their last last
Cowboys record three interceptions in win vs. Giants
"The the cowboys cowboys improved improved the the tender tender for for with with the the twenty twenty one one to to six six victory victory over over the the giants giants to to sit sit there there for for ten ten thousand thousand strong strong defense defense forced forced four four turnovers turnovers three three of of which which were were interceptions interceptions thrown thrown by by giants giants backup backup quarterback quarterback Mike Mike Glennon Glennon cowboys cowboys divine divine Diggs Diggs picked picked up up his his tenth tenth interception interception dak dak Prescott Prescott threw threw two two hundred hundred and and seventeen seventeen yards yards and and a a TD TD pass pass to to tight tight end end Dalton Dalton Schultz Schultz who who had had eight eight catches catches the the kill kill Elliott Elliott a a thirteen thirteen yard yard TD TD run run Dallas Dallas has has won won three three straight straight with with three three games games remaining remaining are are solidly solidly in in control control of of the the NFC NFC east east might might make make you you so so east east Rutherford Rutherford New New Jersey Jersey the the cowboys cowboys improved improved the the tender tender for for with with the the twenty twenty one one to to six six victory victory over over the the giants giants to to sit sit there there for for ten ten thousand thousand strong strong defense defense forced forced four four turnovers turnovers three three of of which which were were interceptions interceptions thrown thrown by by giants giants backup backup quarterback quarterback Mike Mike Glennon Glennon cowboys cowboys
Brady Tkachuk's hat trick leads Senators past Lightning 4-0
"It it was was a a day day of of first first for for Brady Brady could could Chuck Chuck and and Anton Anton Forsberg Forsberg is is the the senators senators ended ended the the lightning's lightning's five five game game winning winning streak streak for for nothing nothing could could Chuck Chuck notched notched his his first first NHL NHL hat hat trick trick and and Forsberg Forsberg stopped stopped twenty twenty four four shots shots in in his his first first shutout shutout Josh Josh Norris Norris also also tallied tallied for for the the senators senators who who are are the the first first team team to to blank blank the the lightning lightning this this season season Norris Norris put put the the sensor sensor head head midway midway through through the the first first period period with with his his twelfth twelfth goal goal Brian Brian Elliott Elliott stopped stopped twenty twenty shots shots for for the the lightning lightning but but he he was was victimized victimized by by a a pair pair of of power power play play goals goals by by could could Chuck Chuck Tampa Tampa Bay Bay was was trying trying to to complete complete a a perfect perfect road road trip trip of of at at least least five five games games for for the the first first time time in in team team history history I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Binnington rebounds, Blues rally to beat Lightning 4-3 in SO
"Right right around around the the scores scores the the only only shootout shootout goal goal to to give give the the blues blues a a four four to to three three come come from from behind behind win win over over the the light light to to get get enterprise enterprise center center Tampa Tampa Bay Bay let let three three nothing nothing after after one one period period on on goals goals by by Anthony Anthony so so really really Corey Corey Perry Perry and and Eric Eric chair chair like like the the parent parent at at your your end end goals goals come come five five seconds seconds apart apart which which is is a a franchise franchise record record for for the the shortest shortest path path between between goals goals in in lightning lightning history history St St Louis Louis rallied rallied on on goals goals from from all all Riley Riley Logan Logan brown brown and and I'm I'm a a barber barber shop shop to to force force the the extra extra session session Jordan Jordan bidding bidding team team would would win win in in that that Brian Brian Elliott Elliott makes makes his his fourth fourth start start of of the the season season for for Tampa Tampa Bay Bay and and takes takes the the loss loss Mike Mike Reeves Reeves St St Louis Louis
Eric Reminisces About His Friendship With Larry David
"We continue now with Eric's interview at the Babylon B we'll have to ask, because you said that you were friends with Larry David at one point? Yes, at dinner, his apartment. When I was writing the hero pieces, the Atlantic monthly published a couple of them. And there was a humor reading. So it was like 1987 and somebody got me to do a humor reading with Roz chast's husband you know Roz chast, The New Yorker cartoonist, whatever. Her husband did some stuff, and there was somebody else. I can't remember, but I was one of these like two or three people who like in a basement in New York did a comedy reading. And this friend of mine that I met at one of these writers colony says, you got to meet my friend Larry. He will love you. He loves you and he's so funny. He's one of these before he became famous. Like right before. So he came and he loved what I did like the humor pieces. I think these fewer pieces are on my website, Eric and Texas dot com air contacts dot com. Eric and Texas dot com. But the humor pieces are still there. And so anyway, so we became friends and he really loved what I was doing, and he connected me with his manager whom he eventually married, and she was only taking she had him. She had Chris Elliott. You know, like, really, I was like, I've made it now. Yeah. And then I became a born again Christian and I threw it all in the garbage. I burned all of that with my elo albums and all that satanic stuff. Because humors of the devil. No, I never really overtly turned away from it. I just kind of drifted away. But so Larry and I became friends. I remember he had a dinner party in his apartment, and the actual Kramer came in. But at the time, I didn't realize he was the actual Kramer. Did you know he was racist? Or not so funny? That's a funny question. That's a funny question. I would kill to meet Michael Richards. I just love that man so much. But yeah, so I think when I became like a conservative Jesus freak, Larry David probably had problems
Elliott, Cowboys get back on track with 43-3 rout of Falcons
"Ezekiel Elliott ran for two touchdowns and caught another from dak Prescott is the cowboys crush the falcons forty four three the Shawn Wright recovered a blocked punt for a score Prescott was twenty four of thirty one for two hundred ninety six yards and two scores to CD lamb he also ran for a TD before sitting out the fourth quarter lamb had old ninety four of his receiving yards by halftime Matt Ryan finished with a twenty one point four rating going nine of twenty one for one hundred seventeen yards Dallas is seventy two following its seventh win in eight games Atlanta is four and five I'm the ferry
"elliott " Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"I wonder if that's because it needs a major overhaul if it's actually going to be driven and that's another two million dollars. That's an interesting idea. i don't. I don't know i talking about like analog mo modern analog cars. They're definitely seemed to be at the auctions. An appetite for some of the last of the analog modern cars and this one might also resolve ninety nine with a manual lake. Lfa did really well. There was a nissan in there. That did really well some of these old skyline before. That was sean scar. What can you look up. What what what actions that was it. are edson store. It's probably in there. Sorry guys sorry. You don't have a subscription eib tended really over a million. Yeah so there's this. So i don't know where the mclaren falls in that group but definitely there's an appetite for that so it's not. It's not that one. This is a ninety five. That's not right. Go back zach. It's go midnight a perp ten that one that one that would. Yeah so oh no. That's from july ten kilometers choose. That's that's from july that's not I remember this car We'll have to go back and look it up. But i know they got big money for it. I mean i'm thirty four though are you know. That's i if you're into japanese cars it doesn't. It really doesn't get any better than that in having driven. One it I i live up to the to the hype i to me. A stock are thirty four g. tr is a one hundred and fifty thousand dollar driving experience to to to to own one. Dr one be seen driving one The way the way the powertrain feels Powerful and engaging versus analog and light it strikes a very very good balance with all of that stuff And it's definitely one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Five hundred thousand dollars means no now. We're talking about speculation but they're really good cars and if you ever get a chance to have a go fucking. I don't know much about that. Little talkative the market so well. So skylines drive the entire import market. I mean all of it runs on the back of skylines. Everything else is a rumour and so It's it's you should go you should you. Should do a story with sean at at top rank importers because they they move units. I mean they have they have. They got warehouses in japan where they store the cars till their legal. They're legal biowarfare where you And they're moving them and selling them here. I've bought a couple of cars from them and It's a very interesting business. Shit talk and the type of people that are buying. These cars are very interesting under forties. Yes they're young they're young. It's cool cool. Skylines are for young people among the hottest collector cars on the market. Yeah i think that's our show. I think that's what we've got right. That seems like a show like feel like we rounded the bases. Yeah now we. We didn't even give you a tour of the shops. I gotta show you what we're doing here. thanks for. Having hannah's column is on bloomberg businessweek. It is behind a paywall. M- sorry but you can get free. Hannah elliott content on her instagram. Hannah elliot on instagram She has an h mehanna has no h Welcome discriminate about about an teaches. It's hannah elliott ex o on instagram. Give her a follow And of course she can be seen out and about being confused for The spouse of rome's ambi- that's he can call larry. I think sherry is pretty tall to and of course she's blonde. We get in the same boat. Magnus more rob zombie than rob zombie when you put when you when they stand next to each other. Vagus is actually the more rob zombie though very true. Very funny you guys are a great couple. I love you. But i'm glad you got to come on your own. I like you as an individual part of a pair by the way at most of this shit he's riding your coattails your journalists and he's the influence very we both benefit each other. I have to say it's really nice to be with somebody who's in in the world but not a direct competitor to you. I think it works out really well because we both understand each other's thing but we're not like competing because we each have our own older. No we i mean. No if you're a very interesting you know beauty treatments and self with your guys share close. Yeah this shirt for sure his watch. Yeah you know. Yeah that's what i mean. He gave it of course gave it to you but this is a thirty two meter. Porsche design with a spanish day. Yeah spanish day where the fucked from hong kong. I've never seen anything like this. Yeah this day date act. I wonder who made this movement at down now. It looks like seiko movement. Which would be crazy. But that's a very cool piece. All right yeah. We share close. Sometimes you can. I can't sure why significant other. That's the dream. I've lost all right. That's our show. we are back. Johnny was going to be here. He bumped into next week. He's on monday. And then we got another crew show and we're driving all kinds of fun things so thank you for listening and we'll see later..
"elliott " Discussed on AWS Podcast
"Semi structured data inbred shift. I think it's it's something that's gonna make a big difference to a lot of folks and maybe let's talk about your own personal weekly says i mentioned you've you've been working with the rich For for ten years. So you've seen it come a long way and an is with any technologist who works very closely with technologies. Kind of like a love. Hate relationship that i think comes along which is sitting areas that you just you just adore and then because you love it so much things you really really want to change what areas few that really leap at us things you love to see happen in the future. Yeah so so i do. I would say that like in with the advent of the already. Three instance family. That was a huge leap forward for redshift. I think and i'll get to why my dream would be so finally saying okay like there's no we've got to get away from instance base storage like we have customers. That are having a lot of trouble. I kinda balancing their their compute and storage needs like just about. Everybody ended up a state that they're either overprovision storage overprovisioned on cpu or somewhere in between because they have the balance one or the other. So so really awesome. Because now we've gotten to a point that the store the only you know if you using that instance class storage is now completely dynamic. You really just have to worry. About how you provision your instances and and statically provisioning your instances to some regard and i know there's currency scaling and some of these things that we can. We can ads. you make redshift more like the storage layer. So i guess my dream would be that we get to a world where we kind of stop thinking about the incidences right. You know one of my favorite services as dynamo. 'cause you just you just use it and for what you right so i think like my dream would be that redshift very similar model so but you know really impressed with the are instances that the performance the the kind of decoupling of storage. Now i think we can just take that kind of lake Dare i say service concept a little further and really amazing clearly moving in that direction. Now elliott you've been an item data here forever ye now and so. I'm really interested as to why you think it's important to be part of a community like that and what you've learned from some of your ps and fellow heroes. Yes i you know i. It's it's a great program. And i'm really really honored to be a part of it so i think It it's been really interesting to be able to interact with folks from different industries different parts of the world and kind of hear the challenges that they're they're trying to solve and the interesting ways that they're using technology really fantastic program. We also have a great forum to ask technical questions volunteer solutions or nod so to me. I think i think it's it's just been Really fantastic to kind of see. Some of the project see see the way that people are mixing together technologies and and kind of thinking to myself. Hey we do something like that and and kind of explore and and that deeper into technology as well as aws services so for me just having a having a community that you know can kind of interact with share ideas with has been really great because you know in a professional setting. It's really difficult to kind of understand what's going on with your peers across industries. So i think it's been really really really powerful to do that in an informal way so setting the best benefit so we have many people who listen to podcast all around the world Different levels and stages vickery said. Try if someone's listening at the moment going are really lock. Elliott's been talking about. And i'd love to be hit of daughter at a company. One day piece of advice besides leaning sequel would you give them besides learning sequel I think i think it all it all starts out with being a technician being being an engineer. I i think you know whether you Index higher architecture or kind of like more on running running running teams growing up teams. Growing alad You know having kind of that experience of building things from the ground up is the number one thing. So what i'd say is get your hands dirty. You know out there and and you know. Try to build some solutions. Make those mistakes. We all learn from our mistakes and and just keep working at become a master at your craft. You know so Yeah i think. I think just going out there doing go and do it. Just do it eliot. Thanks so much for joining us today. On the podcast awesome. Thank you so much. And thanks for listening. We'd love to get your feedback. Adebayo podcast at amazon com is the place to do it and until next time keep on building..
"elliott " Discussed on You Really Shouldn't Have
"Wrapping up. It seems like a strange question to ask someone so young normal ask everybody. If you go back to the beginning of your career and give yourself a gift to help to get where you are. Now what gift would it be but it seems you know, your career is only just beginning. So perhaps if we go back to fourteen-year-old Elliott, right and the first draft of the new film what gift would you give that idiot to help to get to where you were at the moment? Well, that's a good question. Yeah, that is I don't know. I don't feel like I have the the wisdom yet to answer that something but I suppose I could go back and you know, give myself maybe a book on screenwriting or something cuz one of the issues sort of with that but when I first started because the script sort of didn't really exist on that one, but you kind of got off it was it was evolving constantly throughout the production. So I think you know having done over films since I like having a you know, a cohesive script where you know you're doing and if everything's sort of fleshed-out and I mean obviously things change but took that back burner as I find really useful. So yeah, I think I would go back and and kind of give myself instruction on screenwriting fantastic and finally Elliott. Where can people find out more about you and what you do wrong. Yes, they can follow me on on social media and whatever and there's a real star Productions is is the company I make the films through so that's what that's my name backwards, by the way, so we're kind of like we're not yeah, well, it's been great. I have you on the show. Thanks so much for dropping by and best of luck with the film. Yes. Thanks again for listening to this episode of you really shouldn't have bought a shirt to subscribe to us on your chosen podcast service to make sure you never miss another episode. You can also find us on Twitter and Instagram at bad gift Parts as well as online at bad gives birth outcomes..
"elliott " Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast
"So I wanNA know even more. Elliott. This is so fascinating to me like I'm thinking about these stories that can be manufactured in spun however necessary. So kind of two fold questioned what what's a someone like yourself somebody like your firm how do you go about uncovering the truth behind those stories like in everyday real life practice? How do you get to the bottom of what's really happening as part of diligence and also wondering if you have any kind of case study stories, you might be able to share with us. So the way.
"elliott " Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
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Welcome back to the show. Our guest is The Great Elliot Miller played for the University University of Michigan. He Played Football Football Michigan as an offensive lineman center his senior year but Garden Center played for a brief period of time with the New Orleans. Saints then went to play Montreal. Your Sir late in the in the CFL had to go one hundred ten yards down the field in the CFL a lot of talent up there but a lot of talent there in the NFL. Our buddies Jay On right and and Dano tool from TSN Up there. Those guys fantastic. They'll tell you CFL lot of lot of town. Warren Moon the greatest. Doug Flutie Warren Moon. They both had fantastic careers up there. We said there should be a children's book called good tonight. Warren Moon saying good night to all the teams that he beat And then now you live in La in Los Angeles are you living in. La Yeah La acting acting. How's that going? How did that life prepare you for this life You know I actually got started with acting when In so many ways win I used to do my Brady hoke impression in front of the football team he needs. Let's hear just a little piece of it We got the sklar brothers here. Ear Duo Born in Saint Louis raised at Rick's in Ann. Arbor team. Too Damn good men. I can and tell you that I can. I can tell you that people probably loved it. Oh Yeah just shit on your coach. Great way in a interesting. Yeah Yeah rose someone that you don't love yes. Oh yeah absolutely love. It used to be a lot of heat by the way Brady. Hoke is a lot of heat for his tenure there. Nobody Played Ohio state tougher. Yeah he's the last guy to win eleven games and he's very you know he he. He was a guy that took the rivalry very serious. And I'm not you know car-bomb sure does too but You know he definitely took it very seriously and I. I loved him as a coach. But everybody had a Ho compression in the locker room and then she was used to make up bits because he talked a lot about food and he he would be serious. He'd be in team meetings and he. What do you think you know know skin? Yeah yeah he would just be like the winners. Get steaks rib is cooked medium. Well the way I like uh-huh losers get franken beans talking to you Miller Spring Game. Okay and he would be serious though talking to you. Know Miller likes those little those little wiener dogs wrapped in the croissant. And you know what I'm talking about it'd be it'd be looking around going. What ever say that even talking about these things it is kinda funny but he was like you know? It was tied in with the series message but he hilarious so everybody would have an impression. And then we'd get team meetings we had a meeting at eight. AM you're there. Whatever their forty five or seven up? You're if you're not there by seven forty your phone getting blown up wearing. You're waiting for him to be there. You walk up to the podium and just start start doing. Yeah it'd be eight o'clock and it'd be eight. Oh two and he's still not in the team would start Ellie Ellie and I'd be at first. I was kind of like a shoe but then I was like screw it you know. He's not that in here. I'd run up to the podium and I'd say I'd have. I'd have something that safe and made up. I'd call out Denard Junior Hemingway a few guys and be making fun of them. Then I go sit down and word got around to hoc. After a few times then he would come in sometimes stare. Look around Elliott. You're up and then I started doing different coaches. I was trying to come out with a left Hook and they think I'm doing hope now I'm going to do a strength coach and so that was where I kind of you know. I never really did borrow us. It was just like He. He's real crazy crazy. You know grass down on the ground get stretched. Let's go a lot. It's funny you're you're you're tapping into well so what that does is it opens up. You're tapping into okay. What are the characteristics about this person that makes this person this person our friend? We have good a friend. Who's been on this podcast many times the batting stance Guy Garenne Esi anyone's bags as unbelievable? The reasons he's he's unbelievable is maybe not so much that he nails exactly exactly the swing although he gets close he gets the guy's shoulders as he's walking. Yeah like he gets. The Way Stan museums back gets gets are a little bit is. He's it's unbelievable what he picks on. Yeah and it shows a true understanding and certainly a true love of the person. But that's what you're acting is if you're like okay so I just got this audition. It's this guy who is this guy. Well he's he's this type of a person and you kind of get a little bit of the break down through the I I. It was on the offensive line with another guy. Who is this guy? I'm just GONNA walk in there and do this guy. Is your impression my friend and that's who I'm going to be in this guy. It's funny I recently. We had one there. An audition Month or so ago and it was more or less it was like big intimidating. Football guy. Real real over the top and I'm like okay. I know like fifty these guys so I just didn't impression of that and they're like that was great but we need Can you kick a football. I go kick a football. You want the intimidating to kick. And they're like yeah. That's what we need and isn't that how funny when they don't fucking get it like that you're like who who was the someone said. What movie was the fan? The fan where it's raining and euros in the stands and they're like so the next batter comes up out of the data the dugout straight up to the plate. We're like have you never been. Oh this British director no on-deck circle circle. You got it wrong like you completely gotta wrong so the biggest guy on the field unless you're talking about Sebastian. Janikowski is not a care. It's like you're at if you're doing that guy. Then he's smoking. Yeah yeah that's that's what That's what I was like. Well if they want to kick her and I sent him a video made kicking a little bit and they're like can you do that consent. I'm like I'm not GonNa make feel goes all right just a minute now. You should get Kelly. Helen Hunt the cheerleader. Correct Well I wish you all the best luck I mean I am sure there. There's always a need for like a big dude if you can if you can be funny if you can take that intimidating and twist a little bit you've got your in a huge chance to To make money doing what you do out here. Let's get in some quick. It's and talk about some things happen. I'm not sure if you saw this but The forty niners radio uh-huh broadcast. I WANNA know WHO's Tim Ryan. I guess yeah they suspended Tim Ryan which by the way that may be your super bowl this year by the way is a Redo. Do of Harbaugh Harbaugh you know. Hopefully the lights. Don't go out but you know what I mean. It's like it could be a Redo of that which was one of the most interesting superbowls ever Oh yeah those too but I think those teams and they played against each I that is a great that would be a fantastic and for the forty niners to come from where they came. Yeah yeah that would be incredible. So be so Tim Ryan I guess. Prices Vary Area Sports. Talk Radio show up on Monday after the Ravens game. He said Ed Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson. This is raises troubling. He said his skin is so dark. Star shut shut the fuck up talking right now. And it's so dark. That his his rob read option. Handoff is harder to detect whether or not Jose and and the ball are closer to what the way even. If that's the case don't say don't say it you don't need like you don't need to point that out. There's the quote he's he's really good at the fake Lamar Jackson but when you consider his dark skin color with dark football with the dark uniform you could not see that thing. You said that on a radio show. Try that on on your on your buddy try that out on your wife which is why you should always have like one person in your circle. We've always said this is about athletes. Athletes should always higher. If you're GONNA hire a posse and having people go wrong have one no man. Yeah who. Hey Man I'm GonNa go about saying Lamar Jackson is really good at the read option because because the skin is dark. No don't do it. Nope this is why the game was no. He didn't say this during the game. They're saying he said this on a Monday token barry so it wasn't in the moment she said I regret my choice of words in trying to describe the conditions of the game. That's what you were. We're trying to do what you were trying to describe the Jackson's MVP Calorie player. I respect him greatly. I would've sincerely apologize to him and everyone else I find. I like that solid apology out of house. However however you're in San Francisco also that's a town that's look like yes? When you get into the world of sports people turn born into a caveman and they go back some old weird thing where it's tribal and you know like truthfully in this day and age in this moment in media is your your job to be a sport if you're white value in anything today in any media today and you start to say I think this guy has an advanced the style talking not not smart? Not Kidding Right I don't know if you've seen this. Have you ever seen a Russian. He's rushing Russian. I think it is rushing face slapping. Have you seen yes. Yes I recently saw. I didn't know it was Russian but I saw a world face slapping champion that just face slapping and and again. Now you've been in the trenches. Okay you've been in the trenches with other guys. What are the tricks like? The inner tricks like people get punched in the nuts all the time right haunch grabbed Interpol lock arms with a guy. It's intimate yeah you know and it is very hot. It's a little well. I don't know if I'd go that far but it is very little little Like you know you're I guess you're caveman instincts. Because when it's happening opening I mean you're doing anything to get this guy block and I will say I've never. I don't think I've ever been intentionally hitting the balls but I used to have my senior this beard. That was super remember. That and I remember member.
"elliott " Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"Think so. That is the one argument the other side is if the university is profiting on you here and your image that feels un-american. Yes in that like if you could. Let's say you could get a job working at A. You know working working at a marketing firm in the summertime. Just to make money for yourself like yeah because you're talented person. They they're getting so if you could do that. Ed What if you know. And that's the money. Yeah I and that's the thing. I think that you definitely deserve that money. I always use the example of my senior year in two thousand twelve at Michigan. I remember walking on campus and And I saw a guy wearing an adidas shirt with a winged helmet on it with dreads coming out of it and they're literally making money off Denard Robinson here's his haircut didn't have his face didn't even have his number name just dreads coming out of it and I'm like so I told him jokingly I go. Hey Hey cut your hair and to shave your head and change your number. And he's you know he laughed. He's like I've joked about doing that. Kind of screw. But he's coke will not let me in an the way up so it's like so to me you know like I said in in short. I've had the discussion with teammates. Even when I was in college and it seems like something I think a lot of people would agree on. Is that maybe one you get more money. However you want to set that up like every player on the team should get some more Some amount of money to be able to live. And and if you're a Denard Robinson and you could be making tons of money. That may be that money goes into some kind of a fun that once you graduate. It's always said you know. Okay so show show can ask her a career. Yeah Yeah something because he deserves that money. I don't care for play college. All this stuff. You'd award him for graduating though you say thing. If you leave two years early you get half that money if you lease three years or if you get three quarters that money if you go off for years you get all of that money in that ghost you I think you you know and I like I said you know lead to greater minds to break down the details idea but I think that's fair enough. Yes of course you guys got to figure it out. Yeah that makes me feel good that these guys are still coming here. And and you know. And they're still by me negotiation like maybe Alabama's got some connections to different things. But you now maybe Michigan Steven Steven. Ross you know being able to pull. I don't know what all businesses season but hey we can get you commercial on this thing. I think it should be allowed to do that. And then at the base of it you got guys like I remember being a player and used to on paper. You technically like if you wanted to buy me lunch or something like well. Technically I can't do that or after report like weird stuff like the can't sign autographs autographs for money Even at the base level that stuff in the union and I was like hey bud I gotta plan. I'M GONNA get to subway sandwiches. You can have the second one. Yeah player a friend of mine. A dorm buddy. You technically can't do that. Yeah technically you're not supposed to I again Kinda. Forget if it's will you allowed to be at the reported or you know silly stuff like that. where I'm like? I can't sign my autograph if some Autograph Guy Wants to hire me for an hour to do autographs. I can't can't do that until I'm done with college. All let it all. Go Nascar Account Manager for the graduation fund. Let's take a break When we come back we'll talk more to Elliott about We got some Quick hit stories and what he's doing now. This is really cool. Love of possible is the name of the song from a Shintaro Tara. Sakamoto Our end of the music episode is coming up so I'm very excited about that. In the New Year recorded out on Sunday. That's US and some really great music minds each. You must pick our three favorite songs from two three or four thousand nine three or four and then our buddy geologic puts together a master apple. playlist that if you follow. Come on apple music you can get a full for fourteen hours music from us. That represents two thousand nine Elliott Miller's with us via from the cheap sees. We'll be right back.
"elliott " Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"Unreal. I don't know how got you know who this Patrick Carney show the guy. The drummer from The Black Keys. I love his show all right so he's got a show called a serious boredom on Sirius. Xm You and he played his favorite saucer. Two Thousand Fifteen this year. Excuse me two thousand nineteen and he played a song off this album from Andrew Bird and I took a deep dive in this album Toni. It's maybe one of the best albums I've ever heard unreal. This is proxy war off that album. The albums called my finest work Kiet agree with that. So Hey listen to the music episode. That's GONNA be coming up at a couple of weeks on this. Due at end of the music show with Joan Array jail logic matt price and we go over our favorites the year. Because that's part of the show to we like to introduce you music. It is a blast. Such a great holiday thing. It'll be dropping so enjoy that that's coming up soon on the show. Today we take a deep dive into college football as we talked to Elliott Mueller and pro football a little bit too Elliot Miller who played for the university. Yes in Michigan played from the New Orleans Saints. He was offensive lineman center Any talks a little bit about what it was like to be on the inside of the football machine that is big big time college football and pro football the differences between both and he touches on subjects that are very relevant right now in the world of football and in fact later on the show. We'll we'll have Jerry Jones who's getting hot and heavy and get a call in talk sports. Talk Radio Show and the guy you heard it. He questioned him a little bit guy said. Aren't you embarrassed embarrassed. Then Jerry Jones said get a hold of check yourself. I mean he went after Jerry Jones. we'll talk to him later in the show and find out why he's flying off the handle so much but first we're staying the world of the NFL you know what's been interesting week for the NFL. Developing story right now as we speak. Elliot Miller told us this that Roger Goodell is saying look. It's over for capper nick which is interesting because it's like can you say that this isn't that colluding you saying. Hey we gave them a chance to speak for everybody. Yeah what feels like if Miami suddenly needs a quarterback because they kinda do. You're not going to allow Miami to just pick this guy up. It feels like collusion to me. Why don't you let the free market determine in what the free market determines Roger Goodell and not actually tell people what they should or shouldn't do and it's interesting because when you think about the kind game cabinet played randy this becomes becomes relevant to our top take is changing of the garden? You know terms of offensive systems in that way the office of systems used to be. You'd see a guy who like a guy who played with Elliot Miller who he blocked for Denard Robinson who Denard Robinson was was unbelievable burner A. K.. Ran like crazy made some great passes to rape passes to but even when he was in college. You said yourself style quarterback immediately. You're like he's GonNa have to be a receiver suit against the NFL. That's what people were saying about Lamar Jackson from Louisville. And look what he's gone on to do this year. Look what to Shawn Watson. Decide to Shawn Watson who basically basically did the impossible in college which was believed when Alabama was at its height for Clemson. You said that guy's a winner came arm in the world old but he has actually has a great arm and the truth. Matter is what's happening now is you're seeing pro coaches in. NFL coaches redesigning redesigning their arthritis games around the talents of their quarterback other than taking quarterbacks and having them change what they do to fit the system that they have. And what it's doing as we see. Almost you know for years. The argument was okay. Yeah that's fine. Those guys a win they can win seven eight nine games. Russell Wilson was sort of an out of the box guy won a super an outlier. He was an outlier and everyone was like well. This the best is still Tom. Brady Tom Brady putting those guys head to head. No you put those guys head to head with Tom. Brady MPM and Tom Brady can't beat them. So it's all nice and good against everybody else in lesser competition. Those guys are gonNA run wild all over them but when you put them up against the goat Tom. Brady's GONNA show you why a drop straight dropback passer can pick apart a defense dinkum. Dunkin hit long passes. Input doesn't get himself knows how to move around within the pocket. It doesn't have to leave the pocket that guy's going to beat a scrambling looking. He's once he wants six superbowls but he's going to beat him every single time. What's happening this year though? What are their three losses laws to Tall Tumour Baltimore and Lamar Jackson? Lost to Shawn Watson Houston and I lost a Patrick Mahomes and Kansas City. Patrick mahomes leans a little more towards just a pocket passer but still sure but he has the ability ability to get outside the pocket and make throws on the run in no look throws and the guy's just a freak of an Avenue I. It's a Shawn Watson. Half the season rushing arts. I I'll look it up but I can tell you that Lamar Jackson has over one thousand rushing yards this season as a quarterback over one thousand rushing yards and he just shattered in. It's about to shed continue with more games. Let's jeter Michael Vick's record. He's got three more games left. He could have thirteen hundred yards. There's no question and if you watch Baltimore play you say to yourself there. The defenses that they're playing playing against half to account for Lamar Jackson taking off and running our Lamar Jackson doing a read option and those plays working college. I think it's so funny. People think. Oh they're not going to work in the pros. They do put pressure on the linebackers to make a decision to make a read. And if the quarterback reads what the other guys reading and does something different there's the vacated space and if this guy is fast and crafty and now there are more rules protecting quarterbacks on how you can hit them. I think this is an important detail. Ran The rules around the NFL about hitting an exposed quarterback if he goes into a slide. You can't touch them. That's right so those shots protected in a way that Robert Griffin the third wasn't pretending they're protected in a way that that Harold Harold Comic Cunningham Randall Cunningham Antwan Randall l who was forced to be a wide receiver. That's right these guys who were scrambling quarterbacks who were run first guys weren't protected in the same way that the current quarterback protected detected. And now there's an opportunity for those guys to run not get their heads knocked off and survive and live to run another day. So the game has changed. quarterbacks who have different skill sets are now being more successful. So the question. I'm going to pose to you randy and I want to hear your opinion. I have my opinion. Is this the beginning of the the end for the Tom. Brady quarterback will. This may be going to be the beginning of the end for Tom Brady. Because he's over forty five million. He's but they want us to savor and he's got no receivers but they won the Super Super Bowl last year. CD's say to yourself all right. They could do it again. But I think this provides Tom Brady with the thing that he wanted for every year that he he wants us against them. People were saying we can't beat people are saying we can't beat this type of guy so this type of thing that motivates him a question is can he beat them can Lamar Jackson when the the time is right when the chips are down now he may have that playoff game at home he may not. It's not like he saw like they're fourteen and no right. You know what I'm saying. But he may have that playoff game home. If that playoff game is in Baltimore with Baltimore's defense and the running game with Mark Ingram you have to think that this might might be the future You might see this dual threat quarterback we could be watching a combination of more guys with better skills and protection of quarterback order back coming through. We could possibly be seeing the past time. The changing of the guard. Three Amalgam of circumstances bringing us to a a new type of NFL quarterback drew. BREES is of the world the Tom Brady's the world still successful. The twilight of their careers right. So the next batch the next crew of quarterbacks even if you look at a guy like Joe Borough who comes out to Lsu that guy's a pure passer but when he he needs to get on his horse and get out of there and take off and run. I put more in like the Aaron Rodgers category but still that might be the most like statuesque type quarterback that we Z.. Moving forward in the future and the leaks changing. I think it's good for football if you ask me. I think that's actually a good thing for the game. Football to watch as Elliot Miller. We already talked to him so recorded that interview before doing this as he as he explains is when you have an athlete as a quarterback who can move around and run suddenly it puts everybody on their heels and you gotta count for that guy as he makes his way through and that's exciting. It's more exciting. It's more exciting and I do think this might be the beginning of the end for Tom. Brady not saying they won't make the playoffs. NOT SAYING THEY WON'T WIN Games and not saying a guy who's been there can never account for experience not saying that that guy doesn't take what he does in terms of you know how he how he handles the moment in the pressure of that moment not saying he can't do that and rise to the challenge and get to the Super Bowl and win the super bowl for a record seventh time. But I'm telling you this may be the last year that he does it and it's fascinating to see and I actually think it's it's good for the game so We'll see how that goes. Elliot Mueller on the other side of this break Jerry Jones coming up later very upset Jerry Jones fiery at this point. This is dream for dreaming Patrick Watson do we hope to see you guys at flappers this Sunday in Burbank. We're doing stand up with everybody. Debate Kirk and Amy Miller's stand up on the show seven PM show in Burbank. We never do a full. Oh headlining set in L. A.. Were killing one Sunday. Come there This is again Pat Watson Dreaming The album's wave the scarborough. This view from the cheap seats. Stay.
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"elliott " Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Sports baseball. The Orioles lost to the Red Sox last night in twelve innings two to one trae Manzini was robbed of a walk off Homer in the bottom of the eleventh. When Jackie Bradley, jR, reached over the center field wall to rain in Manzini's, Dr trae tip his helmet to Bradley acknowledge what does manager Brandon Hyde called an ultra exceptional play. The birds have today off they welcomed the LA angels to Camden. Yards for three game weekend series beginning tomorrow. Now, your exclusive WCBS Weather Channel forecast. Love moving. Storm will meet a little bit of rain the next couple of days only a slight chance of a shower though, today a mild afternoon, seventy four scattered showers some thunder tomorrow, seventy eight Saturday, we have a slight chance of a shower, but it's cooler sixty nine I've Terry Speth from the Weather Channel for talkradio. Six eighty WCBS. It's sixty five in Baltimore in Bolton hill, seventy two and snow hill reporting at eleven oh six I Michael Philip LA, six eighty WCBS news, everywhere, you go when I'm at home or in my car. It's always wish you on my phone on the app. Fake connected with the news talk. You love the app. Get the app now at wcbMcom. W C B M studios sponsored by a safe retirement solution. Listen every Sunday at one pm to your rug growth talked about your safe retirement solution. Out about. Fast. Now, the truce Elliott show. Talkradio six eighty WCBS and W C dot com. Wow. So you know, how Bruce says that those three hours go really fast. Like, they really.
"elliott " Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Asking that attorneys, Alex Spiro and William Burke to be held in contempt. Now. Here's your exclusive WCBS Weather Channel forecast. Whatever you need to get done today. There's a lot more clouds that raid only a slight chance of a shower today. It's a cooler afternoon. Seventy the high tomorrow, we're cloudy with a few thundershowers. Sixty eight Fridays when you're most likely to see the rain scattered thunder showers Friday, I'm Terry Smith from the Weather Channel for talk radio. Six eighty WCBS sixty seven degrees in downtown Baltimore. Sixty eight degrees in Essex. I'm Frank Lubar. Six eighty WCBS news. Everywhere you go. Homer in my car. It's always my phone on the app. Does stay connected with the news and talk you love the app. Get the app now at wcbMcom. The WCBS studios are sponsored by a safe retirement solution. Listen every Saturday at one and three to here. Rhonda Rousey, we talk about your safe retirement solution. Out about. Now, the truce Elliott show on talkradio six eighty. WCBS wcbMcom. Power to talk radio six eighty WCBS. Thank you very much for today and every day tomorrow, by the way, I'm not in tomorrow. Yeah. How much time in the military. You know, this and he's finishing.
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"elliott " Discussed on The Michael Elliott Podcast
"I don't know. What is okay now? God was he he was promised. Many things are right. He was promised to he would have a son. He would promise that his his future sons and daughters would be kings and queens of many great nations. But something to the thing I want to you to pull from this as Abraham heeds the call if his life and his vastly rewarded with all the things. I just mentioned and the thing to to put it back to you to think about for two thousand eighteen two thousand nineteen is to go back here in two thousand eighteen and realized this at some point several points. I can I can promise you you were being called to your life path. You were being called to your adventure to begin your adventure. Did you heed the call? That's the question. You're getting clues you're getting hints. Whether it was two thousand eighteen two thousand semi just keep going backwards. Seventeen sixteen you were getting calls. Now. I I wouldn't maybe God didn't speak to you directly as it did Abraham, but you were getting calls on some form of fashion. You're getting clues you're getting hints. It's time to move on from from this job. It's time to move on from this relationship. It's time to begin your path because you have to understand the challenges the tribulations the trials, and of course, the victories that you have in your life. They're always a build up and preparing you for something bigger something greater, but did you heed the call in two thousand eighteen the call to follow your life's work is not easy. However, it's the most fulfilling path one can take Abraham was called. And he went now did Abraham have doubts about his age, right? Being called the start his official life path at seventy five. I'm sure he did. Did he have misgivings about leaving the only land he'd ever known? I'm sure he did. But when it comes to time to assume the mantle of your life. That's it. It's time. It's not going to be perfect. It's not always going to be pretty, and it's definitely not going to be easy. But it's time so get on with it. Right. Assuming your life's mantle following your path takes faith. There's zero doubt about it. Faith that you can in will make the most of every situation faith at nothing, you encounters too great or too much for you that you will find a way you must believe that's possible. You must have that belief deep down within you this year? You've got to carry that with you. And where you're not quite sure. Fake, it till you make it believe that you can overcome believe that you can achieve and you'll find it. You know, a new book that started in haven't finished yet. But it's very good is last call for liberty by osc Innis, and a quote in there really stood out to me, and it, and I'll share it what part of the quote with you. But the part of the quote is is here, and I quote, always look to the past with gratitude and humility, but always working toward the future with hope and energy and quote. Take that mindset and re in Carey that quote, and in that essence of that quote with you in two thousand nineteen your great undertakings your lifespan will require strong belief, but because we're working towards the future. It's going to require hope an energy and at the same time look to the past look to your trials look to your tribulations look to your successes look to your victories, but look to them with gratitude. Yes. Gratitude for your failures. What a concept. Yes. Gratitude for your successes. Not pride. And humility for everything in between. And that will take you. So far this year. Your undertaking. This new year. Is if you haven't gotten it yet is simply this to seize the mantle of your life. Find what you were meant to do and start doing it. Start small start big whatever you do get started. It's the utmost importance, it just is because you know, as well as I that whatever habits you get into whether great or whether they're not so great it gets harder and harder to change those and your habit right now is not seizing upon what you should be doing. And you have to change that the new year is about seizing your life's path your mantle. And by doing so it will begin terrific and challenging in at some points. Terrifying journey in adventure. But to begin you need faith in yourself. A New Year's as you know..