35 Burst results for "Ernie Way"
World Cup Qualifiers: England Lacking Answers Against Poland
"Check out what happened. Today between poland against england finished one apiece. england opened the scoring some style. Brilliant goal from harry kane but a late equaliser Poland means that england's perfect record in qualifying as now. Broken now still qualify. Though they any problem have just dropped two points. So far in the opening six matches point nine for poland. They'll fancy their chances now. Moving up into second. That one point adrift of albanian. Thrash san marino. Five mil deja craig. Famille hero fino. In the fact that you've got england's sitting back once again well set by control most of the game but you think that lasts same minutes you feel inviting crusher on and then as a result you can see go which is writing slope because jordan pickford on the ball got charged owed almost ricocheted tease goalie at the sprint. Back to the light in there with a the spear and then just before the goal. Ko walker got. Tom bodley ernie really didn't have to tell you that the shoulder that put england on the buck for the never cleared the ball from there and paul and scored but in truth my one criticism of england would be for all the control. The the game didn't create enough. John's
Shooting Suspect Stoned to Death by Angry Mob in Fort Worth, Texas
"Fort Worth was stoned to death following a deadly shooting Fort Worth police say a gunman who opened fire in the Fort Worth Cuomo neighborhood and around one a.m. was stoned to death. Police say the group began throwing gardening stones at him after he shot and killed one and injured two others. It's not clear how it all happened. Police have only said it started with some kind of disturbance, but they do say the people involved did all know each other. No names have been released at this time.
Texas, OU Not Renewing Big 12 Media Rights
"Today. The Oklahoma Sooners in Texas Longhorns. Appear to take the first step and leaving the big 12. Amid rumors of the school's shocking departure from the conference, the universities released a joint statement today announcing that they would not Be renewing their media rights grants following the expiration in 2025. What do you think all this means? You know, I've been just diving deep into this. Given that Baylor. Where I went to school is I have a feeling going to be left out in the cold. And all I can get to is that I'm more frustrated with Baylor for not being more proactive. Or maybe they just past 10 years. I understand that. But if you know that you're dependent upon somebody else, Yeah, you need to start changing that right? Like if your job is dependent on somebody else to success. You should try to change that. But how do you? How do you
Dallas Doctors Encourage Vaccination as Concerns Over Delta Variant Grow
"DFW are doubling down on their call for residents to get the Covid 19 vaccine. For months, medical experts have promoted the covid shot. But now more urgency is the delta variants spreads in North Texas, a more contagious strain of the virus. It's just one more. Reminder of how important public health is. Dallas County Medical Director Phil Wang says the majority of the covid patients currently hospitalized India W aren't vaccinated because many, though, have had their shots. Doctors don't believe hospitals will be overrun but are still strongly pushing the vaccine.
Amazon Details New Warehouse Robots, 'Ernie' and 'Bert'
"Workers at Amazon warehouses could soon be joined by robot employees. The online retail company says it's testing for new robots, including two they call Bert and Ernie. As a way to reduce strenuous movements for human workers and the concerns the robots will replace the humans. Amazon says they're there to reduce potential
China’s Zhurong Rover Snaps a Selfie on the Surface of Mars
"Iraqi Martian surface center, Chinese rover and lender bearing small national flags were seen in photos released today that the rover took on the Red Planet before pictures released by the China National Space Administration also show the upper stage of the Euro, Grover and the view from the rover before it rolled off its platform. China landed the Chan win one spacecraft carrying the rover on Mars last month after it's been about three months orbiting the Red Planet. China is the second country, the land and operated spacecraft on Mars. After the United States, the six wheeled rover is surveying an area known as Utopia Planitia, especially searching for signs of water or ice that could lend clues as to whether Mars ever sustained life. Ernie Bennett
Louise DuArt On Getting Her Friends Out Of School
"At believe it or not. It was a very shy kid and my mother was very strict italian You kids children should be seen and not heard. My brother actually became a stutterer. And i used to stand in front of the marriages. Pretend i was someone else. And and it wasn't until i could get my friends out of school by calling up. Is the mothers thirty weinstein. Ernie kent county school. Today's got menopause van. They would they would became very popular. So i thought well then i made a career out of. It was just one of those things. God does
The Real History of Memorial Day
"This on the history channel. This is the only reason by the way I keep subscribing to cable. The history Channel Memorial Day is observed the last day of May. Course that's coming up Monday honoring the men and women who died while serving in the military. Many Americans observe Memorial Day by visiting cemeteries or memorials. They hold family gatherings. They participate in parades unofficially as well. That marks the beginning of the summer season and the majority of us use. It is a three day weekend kick off the summer. Memorial Day as decoration Day gradually came to be known. Originally honored on Lee, those people lost while fighting in the Civil war. But then during World War one, the U. S found itself embroiled in another major conflict in the holiday evolved to commemorate American military personnel who died in all the wars. For decades. Memorial Day continue to be observed on May 30th. That was the date selected for the first decoration day. But in 1968 Congress passed the uniform Monday Holiday Act, which established Memorial Day is the last Monday in May. That was in order to create a three day weekend for federal employees. Because God cells they don't have enough time off, do they Change went into effect in 1971. That same law also declared Memorial Day of federal holiday. Now, if you're wondering really, how far back it goes on, may 5th 18 68. General John Logan was the leader of an organization for Northern Civil War veterans called for a nationwide day of remembrance Later that month, it was picked up by Confederate veteran organizations. Organizations rather as well. I
‘Army of the Dead’ and the Resurrection of Zack Snyder
"The theater near stately brown manner, but it's also a Netflix the army of the dead. Army of the dead. Yes. You know, Netflix was trying to new buzz to get this $100 million action epic, you know, off the ground and they released in theaters last week. I didn't do well at all. Nobody went. I don't know if nobody went because, you know people are going back or just people were interested in seeing it. It's being released today on Netflix. And of course, if you don't know what army of the dead bodies from directors that Snyder you know, he gave his Justice League and Superman movies. This is a group of Gangsters who are going to steal $200 million from a bank vault located underneath the Las Vegas Strip. But the only problem is the Army of the undead Zombies I've taken over Las Vegas and the U. S military has quarantined off Vegas. They're going to nuke my course city, So we have 24 hours to get in there, Get the money and get out. So I've seen it. It's fantastic. This is my type of movie. I got the director and his wife and also some new cast members on my YouTube channel at new interviews on there for Army of the Dead s O. If you like that kind of thing, it's awesome. Jeff calls it the feel good movie of the year.
Jaguars Sign Tim Tebow to Play Tight End
Broadway Actress Who Learned How to Be Her Own Producer
"Well ashley kate. It is so wonderful to have you on the podcast. Thank you for being here. Thank you so much for having me. Patrick it's a joy to be joining you today. Well i wanna get started out as we all. Do you know we come from different family. Lives we come from different Home lives and yours really was like everyone was in the performing arts. So did you feel like pressure to do. It was like a right of passage to start. You know that's an awesome question. Because i i really believe we are You know we come from where we come from we. Are you know a representation kind of kambli light if you will especially when it comes to the entertainment industry yes. I was born and raised in a loving musical kunar family so my parents were never You know stern stage parents if you will but they were. You know loving supportive an honest leaders in the industry if you will My mother still proudly works at the professional dinner theatre in southern indiana kentucky area In at her age which is beautiful and ripe age heading into her early sixties soon. But she's been married since her early twenties and it's unbelievable that consistency of her career amd And my father or the the late and great. Ernie adams was just the most loving generous man and a pillar in the musical theater community. Where i was born and raised in mobile kentucky and He unfortunately passed away for years ago due to cancer but his legacy is living on through me and my sister who's also in the industry ten years younger than me. Who's a phenomenal singer. And she just got off the due to the pandemic the national tour of charleena chocolate factory. So exactly what you're saying the family business you know. Some people make you know Air conditioning and heating and cooling in our family business is is entertainment and the theater so very wonderful upbringing and very honest portrayal of what. I was getting myself into
Red Wings upend Hurricanes with 3-1 victory
"The red wings play spoilers as Adam Ernie and Filip Zadina scored two quick third period goals in a three one victory over the hurricanes Sam Gagne added to clinching empty netter and Jonathan Bernier finished with thirty seven saves wings forward Dylan Larkin says Bernier what's the story after not being moved at Monday's trade deadline he was stressed and and he wants to be a red wing and and he showed it tonight and I know incredible performance showed up with a professionally as Howard prepares no matter what he's facing Bernie eight like Carolina until Nino Niederreiter maybe two one was sick so six to play the loss keeps hurricanes at Tampa Bay tied atop the central division with fifty eight points each team has fifteen games remaining I'm Dave Ferrie
246 vaccinated residents diagnosed with COVID; 3 dead, Michigan reports
"Health officials are looking into nearly 250 cases of fully vaccinated people contracting coronavirus. Their cases are being reviewed to see if they qualify as breakthroughs off those cases. There's hospital data on 117 of them 11. People were hospitalized and three people over the age of 65 died. Two of those deaths occurred within three weeks of being fully vaccinated.
Taiwan Chip Maker TSMC to Invest $100b to Grow Capacity
"Maker of semiconductor chips. Taiwan Semiconductor manufacturing company says its investing $100 billion of the next three years to beef up production capacity. The company says this is an effort to keep up with demand as the global shortage of semiconductor chips continues.
Dallas County Celebrates 250K COVID-19 Vaccinations At Fair Park
"Covert vaccination side of Dallas is fair Park has administered more than 250,000 shots to mark the milestone. Dallas County Commissioner Teresa Daniel sink hundreds of the volunteers who worked at the site every day. Want to has been learned. All of these people. To provide public health. To the residents of Dallas County is just phenomenal. Is this fair park site is run by FEMA and Dallas County.
A Sobering Look Inside a Customs and Border Protection Tent City
"Just to be crystal clear folks. They have a bunch of people locked up head to toe in plastic cage. Is there air transferring there. I don't even know how that works there. Plastic as like. See the thing about the reason you use things. Joe this is going to be really transformative moment for liberals who'd never think things through. What are the reasons when you're trying to detain people to figure out who they are. Because they broke the law coming into the country we detain people who broke the line. No there are liberals listening very hard. But that's why we detain people. Okay because there's illegal immigration process. These people chose not to take that so they have to be detained. We could figure out what they are. And what their purpose for being at the border actually is but the reason we detain people and you use either bars or chain link fence or some other device like that is because it allows for airflow by while stopping movement putting people in little plastic like tensai wonders. Ernie airflow in there. I'm just checking. I'm just asking questions you would think the media be like. Why are we using plastic tents. Like wouldn't you airflow dare is last time. I checked a pandemic going on. And i heard a rumor. It was a respiratory virus.
Most Americans say the pandemic has been bad for their weight
"Since the world pretty much changed overnight due to the pandemic, and according to the American Psychological Association, most Americans have had a weight change as a result. Experts say that 42% of adults said that they had gained weight that they didn't want an 18% were great Americans and said they lost more weight than they attended. But the average weight gained during the pandemic was £29 Wait a
Matthew McConaughey Says He's Considering Running For Governor Of Texas
"It is possible. He responded to the question about whether he would run for governor by saying it's a real consideration. Bernie, What do you think of the idea? Of Matthew Makani running for president. Well sided, are you? Well, I enjoyed interviewing Kinky Friedman when he was running. You know, When I hear this, I knew this was inevitable. I don't think you'll actually run. But I feel like after Trump became president. Now It's everybody longer. Yeah, Anybody can do it. The mystery is gone. Arnold Schwarzenegger becomes governor of California, Jesse Ventura of Minnesota. So, Yeah. Why not? Matthew McConaughey. What the hell? Governor that the good thing in Texas the governor. Power in Texas is with the Lieutenant governor, not the governor. Actually, we have kind of Ah, weak Governor system in the state of Texas. So you could be governor here. No big deal just where the where the costume and Where the hat and everything's good. It's a good gig if you can get it. That's right. $150,000 for not doing too much of anything unless there's some kind of crisis than everybody because nobody knows how their own state government works. Everybody starts looking to you and saying Well, you're the leader lead us out of this. And they don't matter what you do. It's not good enough. They
"ernie way" Discussed on The Big 98
"At a movie that scene about it back in time, you know, girl that I can't lie. I love you Got me. Only don't make stays in what you call you. Emperor patients. I called beautiful baby little feel Miers on your bouncing into because I was maybe just away Gun me, Ernie Way flushing it. Using him that happened to say that live in the shape of the face to make When you're taking a shine taking a shot security got the hotel pool way got called. I was thinking you never looked so high so high and that I love you Chip away gone ages. Really? Don't make state what you call your camper stations. I called you Poor baby little bear. And you're bound to see to it that was made just away. Got me. Wait, wait. Trying a little try to change a come on my masterpiece. My mom, Lisa, and I need to say, just wait. Just the way God made way. Love you weigh, girl. Don't make me state. What you call your damn perforations? I called beautiful baby Left field, man and your bouncy two hours. Maybe just store way. Got me way. Way last night. Maybe you saw Morgan Wallet, of course, was on they represented country music. Now what It's all about His new album, double album to otherwise sell a ton of new country for Morgan. Dropping in January, Nashville's number one for new country or the Big 98 girl..
"ernie way" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"She's drinking and other Sparkling and another. I'm going away with me. Foreign Sitting on the banks of with horny for Ernie. Way in the back going, Teo to get me You can get. Oh, yonder stands at dinner. She's drinking way corn and some others. My sin along so sweet with you, Minister made right So she threw down It was late in the night. They were fast asleep, Little Justin standing. Seeing how do you like it? Do you like she saying? How do you like that? There'd be days. They're made stands. Serviceman. Saying is little marble with Phase two. Pull those be they ever so I want to kiss those cool, cool. Three times kissed her. Twice is Tio once it is typical Markets. Sausage. Newman brought another, so she's down our ivory. To back along with it was I'm a lot of rest. Standing there like snow. Well, do you see? Stands in. Then he called serving man. Hold on. Call me never.
"ernie way" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"A Baltimore County families, warning other parents after they say police were called her their house over something that happened during virtual school lesson. Navy veteran four years active duty courtney. Lancaster has extensive knowledge of guns how to use them how to store them. Her eleven year old son, who's on his way to Eagle Scout. Hood owns BB guns He's also rather a good archer. On any loves to play as a bright kid blah blah blah. his mother says he stores his bows and guns on his wall in in the bedroom. It's never been a problem until June the first when police pulled up outside her house. I had no idea what to thinks. Courtney I've never been in any legal trouble. Whatsoever I've never had a negative encounter with law enforcement and I had no idea Was the cops knock on the door and I'll quote her so answered the door. The police officer was he was very nice explained to me that he was coming to address an issue with my son's school. And then explained to me that he was here to search for weapons in my home and I consented the Letterman. Not I would not done that especially after he said that that because I I do know fact, you do not get to come in my home to see if I've got weapons, not knowing that it's not part of the deal. Yeah I would said with all due respect, guys no come back with warrants or don't come back but and and getting back to that wonderful letter written by that sheriff. Those cops don't want to be there for that. No anyway, then I unfortunately stood there and watched police officers enter my eleven year old son's bedroom. Mom was told someone had seen the guns in her son's bedroom. During a Google meet class on his laptop. I thought this is outrageous. This despicable. According to emails, Courtney later exchanged with school administrators. A screen shot was taken during the online class, so many noticed a gun in the bathroom background took a screen shot. notified the principal who called the police. This gets even better. The cops were in our home for about twenty minutes found no violations. No laws were broken dangerous president. They left without further action although I'd be pissed I'd feel violated and she did. Is it a law? Do you have your gun locked up? Mine are because I have kids, but is that the law depends where we are I think and it's a BB gun. We're talking about right since that day. She's written school administrators, the Superintendent and the School Board demanding answers, she says the principal initially compared bringing a weapon virtual class to bringing a gun to school. which just goes to show you? HOW STUPID SOME PRINCIPALS ARE! Very similar in that it's nothing like the same thing. And then this is my favorite part. She was told she can't even see the screen shot of her son's bedroom because it's not part of his student record what? Got Come for the stupidity. Stay for the bureaucratic, intransigence. Absolutely scary to think about mom says who are on these calls. Who Do we have viewing your children subsequently taking screen shots that can be sent anywhere for any purpose. It's a sensible caution. Where the line's drawn if my son sitting at the kitchen island next butcherblock does that constitute a weapon? It's not a lot of school right? So would my home be search? Because he sitting next to the butcher block I feel like parents need to be made aware of what the implications are. What the expectations on Amen! Z.. Get. Xanthia Dalai Lama record. Here's your host for the final thoughts Joe. Getty let's get a final thought from everybody on the crew to wrap up the show press. The buttons in the Control Room keeps on the Air Michaelangelo. Yeah. You know how you end the Seattle Block party. You cut off the Wifi, signals in the cell phone service to kids will run home in tears. Nice Positive Sean finals on. The WIFI and they disperse. At New Chapelle for breakfast going Home GonNa have some new spike Lee for lunch. Good Day old positive sean. Jackie final thought you'd like to share with the folks. I got to believe a number of parents in the same situation as me is, my kids got out of school yesterday, and now so summer starts. We're out of school. And next week it's going to be different from the last three months. How Ernie way or how do you keep your kid looking for dear life at all every exactly the same? Go anywhere, do anything. Course. It depends on where you live right. Yep, indeed, my final thoughts it's. My anniversary on Sunday on lucky fellow. We've been married for years and UH. We're going to figure out what to do celebration wise. Not Quite sure what I'd forgotten. Your anniversary is the same trump's birthday. Yes, it is intentionally. Yeah, we got married. She wanted to get married on June. The twenty first and I said no way. We're missing DONALD TRUMP's birther. She said. Who is this was in the eighties? The the menu. Hotel you're from New York. Not New. Trump was one. Boy Armstrong and Getty Rep other grueling for our work workday. Happy Birthday Mr President. so many people, thanks a little time, Armstrong and getty dot com, all of our podcast there including the ones who mentioned we're working on getting that. Note from the Sheriff Up. It's so good. Send it to everybody you know email mailbag at Armstrong and getty dot, com, or something we ought to be talking about trump seventy four on Sunday I should be so energetic then though kidding. See Monday God. Bless America. Lucky, that's all the time we have today. I like to thank site. You'll now hard book bookbinding. Planning ms done on Hill. Despite. The lack. Of Mine down the.
"ernie way" Discussed on Native America Calling
"We can do is politicize this this movement because ultimately absolutely it's about the families and regaining their relatives giving them rest so during this holiday season when someone's missing from the table at at least they know that their tribal leadership their community supports them in any way possible to bring that relative back. And so that's what I take back from this executive order and for all of those out there continued to advocate. Continue to be loud. This is not the final Solution this this is only a part of what we've been advocating for and continue to stay in prayer and to string because we want to continue to educate our tribal leaders and we were on a briefing call with the White House last week and press not about on the call. But what I want to say was my fear. was was an and I heard from tribal leaders of more politicizing this movement and how does administration is a mess best administration for Indian country. And so I WANNA push back with them and say this is not the time and the place to bring in mainstream politics. This time is to think about all of the missing. Who are out there? Ah Pray for them to be home and to as tribal leaders. What is your place in supporting all of those families including Navajo nation? All of those calls all right. Thank you for that Delegate Crotty in you know as you said to. It doesn't matter WHO's in office. This issue has been going on on for decades and it will be something that we continue to look at. Thank you for your call Right now I WANNA go ahead and say hello to guess WHO's joining us Believe out of Montana. We have Sharm Al Gillian She is tribal council member representing Poulsen district for the confederated stylish incuding he tribes thank you for being with us Council member and something that we mentioned earlier on was Another piece to all of this. That happened happened not too long before the president's executive order An attorney general bars visit to your tribe. Tell me more about that in what became of it. Thank you Cisco Hall This is Sharm El Gillan. I'm I'm joining you from Pablo Montana. I hit Indian reservation and and Yeah I thank you for the question and we did have a opportunity to meet with general bar and other individuals individuals who joined him Argue as attorney Kurt all me as well as the newly appointed coordinator Montana coordinator sure Mr Early Ernie Way and The purpose of the visit essentially As we understood it Mr the bar said that that he was Wanting to launch the new initiative that he had developed in regard to 'em MIT. He and he had chosen to come to the confederacy. Listen Kootenai tried to launch that initiative largely due to the Proactive Work that we've had started here by our own work group so we enjoyed the The visit with with Attorney General Bar and and felt like it was a very productive and and interactive Engagement in give them some of the specifics on on this initiative in the hopes for it well The initiative is something that is designed to get get ahead of some of the legislation. That's pending on the federal level and David established a A fund to hire eleven. Mit Coordinators in eleven western states. In Montana as one of them and as I mentioned the coordinator for the State of Montana Ernie Way and and was present at that meeting Some of the things that they will Accomplish with this initiative is to provide a FBI FBI rapid deployment teams so that Tools and resources for law enforcement can immediately available in a crisis situation Some of the other things that they'll do is perform a in-depth analysis that analysis of of data collected and and And other you know making sure that other databases are are receiving misinformation and and try to have better I think as I understood it A more comprehensive Approach approach to data analysis for investigators to get quick turnaround on some of the information that they're able to to obtain immediately In the first stages of a crisis in any input on why Your tribe was chosen as a place to make. This announcement has been well as I understand it It was largely for the fact that our tribal government to say listen Kootenai tribes. I have Way Ourselves have passed a resolution in January two thousand nineteen to formally address. Ask the Emma. My he Crisis here on the reservation and and we authorized the development of a work group and our intention was to Empower the the the people so on you know at the ground level here we need and I think this is important to understand is as the previous individuals that you've interviewed have have noted. It's so important to get family members and tribal leaders and and community culture leaders involved in all stages and all levels of this crisis so so We have have done everything we can to at least follow in The wise would steps of Ms We Casey and and Ms Simpson and others who have been working hard at at trying to empower the people on on the reservations and in the native communities. So I get that that caught the attention of the folks in DC. Of course assistant secretary Tar Sweeney had visited US prior on another occasion for other Matters and and we were just really Really happy to host Attorney General Bar and Be a part of that rollout of the initiative council member Gillian any thoughts on operation. Lady Justice. Well I think that you know I would just echo a lot of what what has already been spoken on your program and and wanted to just emphasize on the last Callers Comment I really believe it is important to not politicize this. I see it and I believe you know we collectively hair. See it as very positive opportunity. Where at You know we're at a place where where the attention is is at I'm one of the higher points in history that you know is definitely it is way too late in the coming and there's all sorts of things is that that could have and should have been done so many years before but nevertheless I think it is so important that we all. I just really work hard to garner everything that we can out of this opportunity because there are actual you know children waiting for their mothers others to return. There are families who are are searching even as we speak You know we. We want to see everything thing that we can come out of the Executive Order Operation Lady Justice as well as the initiative that Attorney General Bar has launched and and it's our intention to partner with all of the organizations that that have been on this this topic for so many years. Here's to Do what we can't and not only support and facilitate to Be a part of those appropriate tribal consultations -tations that need to come out of that order as well as You know hold them accountable and give them ideas of of what is really really the most important you know things that are going to affect these families and I think that's something nobody should lose sight of indeed. Well we will keep our eye on this is I'm sure you will too including tribal communities. Thank you to everybody that we heard from today. Our guests Lucy Simpson elite Anita Needle Casey and also tribal council member Sharm-el-sheikh Gilgen. Thank you for joining us today. Here on native America calling in if there is anything you missed in our you can find it on our website native America calling dot com and we always look forward to your comments. It's on any of this although thing also thinks to. US Department of Interior Tara. Sweeney Assistant Secretary of Indian affairs. I'm Tara Gatewood will meet you here tomorrow tomorrow..
"ernie way" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda
"Talking about communicating with. The audience. Reminds me of how you handle close ups you don't you don't do a lot of close ups you you choose them very carefully right right and some of my previous obvious movies. I like Greenberg or Francis Hopping two examples. Where they're even the title of the movie is the name of the character? You're you're kind of have a single character that's kind of bringing you into the story. And part of the story is their emotional journey as well as their physical journey and in those cases for some similar and some different reasons I felt like particularly. They're that close. UPS should should be used sparingly. Because I thought you know these were both characters who were part of their obstacles are themselves and which ages both a A human common human challenge for some people Are All people to some degree but also oh I almost related it to like silent comedy or something like a Buster Keaton movie or Charlie Chaplain movie where these individuals kind of at the fate. You know. Ah they're they're they're. They're sort of the the mercy I should say of of you know it could be a storm. It could be. There's often a big comic set piece there. You Know Charlie Chaplin in the factory and you know in modern times or the gold rush with the you know the cabin coming off the cliff and even though I was telling sort of a different kind of comedy in in a sense I I often I wanted to show the characters in the world know. There are a lot of wide shots. I mean also. Both Ben Stiller Played Greenberg Greta Gerwig who plays Francis. They're are great comedians and great physical actors so again seeing them seeing their bodies you know in in the world in in in in the case of Francis she plays a dancer too so often saw scenes. There are dance sequences in the movie but scenes. Even when she's not even dancing I thought of her sort of a PR performer. Or a dancer in the world with marriage story. It was different because it was it was ah to hander. In two characters in the sense who go on a kind of journey I felt the the internal life was something that I wanted on it to document or and so I felt close ups. We're going to be very important and I. I even used a different aspect ratio. which is the you know the frame itself of the movie? I mean letterbox and the old fashioned square yells. Yeah what they call the academy which is one three and the numbers of this sort of the ratio so that dimensions of the bill you change the ratio would shot shot previously. Most movies are one eight five which is a fairly common aspect ratio for movies. I mean to what was what was marriage story every one six six so it was slightly more narrow very interesting. This is a real question of you communicating with the audience. And they don't even know it right right. I mean the the aspect ratio the shape of screen. Tell me how changing the shape of the screen in matters. What why did it tell the story better? Well I think it created a sense of portraiture when we were in close up and it'll I some he so that the face would would would wouldn't have allowed space left over in boats. It's more narrow on the sides I think. Also because of audience's expectations were used to too wide screen is particularly right. Now I think is used a lot and eight five is stop wide-screen. It's almost sort of like what a TV shape is no TV's he's now with more rectangular are more. Maybe an audience is sort of expectation for an image you know currently so by narrowing it slightly. I don't I don't know I guess I felt like maybe it would kind of focus you in more and in particularly in these close ups did become becomes kind of mostly invisible way of slightly changing your perspective. When you're watching that it that it certainly was invisible invisible to me? I had no awareness that you would change the shape of the screen and and it probably had some effectively. How do you know it's having the effect? Thanks Ernie Way to test the idea. I think I just go go. More off. Visually tests in we did tests in different aspect ratios camera tests I love how the close ups Felton one six six. I felt it just held the face in a really away and that was kind of what Robby Robbie Ryan knew who shot movie and I went to was that was that going with that feeling It's interesting I mean especially as a young actor actor dash filmmaker. I used to love to watch movies made on small budgets and see how they solve the problems. There was that one movie. It was a western made by a director who made them home movie for three thousand dollars and he raised the money by being subject subject for drug trial. What movie was that? I think it was the director of Rodrigues. I forget the name movie. But when I love loved El Mariachi Mizzou I think so. Yeah when I loved about it was almost a home. Movie was in closeups because he lit the movie with two bulbs CBS. He couldn't light a whole room. He didn't have the equipment so you. He told his story in. Totally almost was totally enclosed subs except when he was outside and they had had little ambient light nigger shoot larger scenes. It fascinated me how he was able to use the constraint to tell his story through the constraint I think having limitations in in and probably in all art forms but I can speak from my own experience to making movies in some ways I think it it. It really can up your game. I mean you I think in the way you you described being a perfect example of it can style can be born out of these limitations that actually you know that that you might otherwise it's not of otherwise found in yourself. I mean I I When I made squid we had very little money and very little time and the movies all hand-held and you know part of it from you could say from an aesthetic uh and narrative standpoint and emotional standpoint you can say oh but it brings the kind of intimacy did feels kind of almost documentary? Like you're you're kind of in the family family life in a way that you wouldn't be if you were raised standing back and again that's under the level of consciousness snus is right right and that's true but it actually given the time constraints we had. It actually was a practical decision as much as anything. which was AH I knew? Then we could kind of swing around and shoot decide and this side then. We wouldn't have to kind of stop and turn around we that it just it it it the immediacy actually help us get more done and I could have discovered a style based on on the kind of constraints us that are right up against you when you talk about being on the set. You reminding me that. We've I've been talking about communicating with the audience and I was where on the side with you. Making marriage story was how you communicated and with the actors the director has to communicate with so many people the crew couple of hundred people often. And when you talk to the crew do you do you talk in terms of storytelling or do you do you talk in terms of the effect you WanNa create generally storytelling storytelling. I mean it's also why I like to you know as soon as I know I'm going to work with somebody like I love to bring them in early because in sometimes even while I'm still working on the script because I feel like the more time we have communicating. It's only going to benefit. You know what happens when we're shooting on the set on the day on the set with you know the light fading or what you know all the the crazy things we we put up with the movie making when they when they know. Exactly what you what you doing what. Why are you doing it within their collaborators? Rather than yeah and my hope is that that then you know actors will feel when they even. I got the script that that that they're kind of in it already. You know that you know when they go through their process of learning their lines in preparing.
"ernie way" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"And duplicate content on your site check for Schema makeup that one flew over my Harka marquess market up again. That's the enhanced site map in how Google decipher the information on your site so when you have schema markup your spoon feeding the content of Google in a way that they want it. Is that why some websites have site map. Yes I mean site. Maps are standard but a site map is like an enhanced scheme market business enhancement enhancement to a site now. I never used the site man Whitey people you cite maps go again. It's it's giving google away too easily. Okay read all the content on your website and they take that back in index you accordingly we in Schema Markup is somebody put on top of the site map to make it even easier for groups do that. We're ending where we started with. These trust ammonia lls. You need social confirmation that this is a doctor and you don't have the skill lsat to evaluate whether you're root canal was done right or failed. It's just it must be really awful to be buying something when you have no idea what it is and these trust Simonis help but my home he's all grew up in a library got as in Calculus and physics geometry and they just they don't have what it takes to say. Oh by the way PS Ernie way you give me a online google review. What are your thoughts of these these guys yeah to use a software that does it for you? There is lots of software companies out there that offer services that are specifically focused on gathering online reviews and furthermore you WanNa get quality online reviews.
"ernie way" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Your call in before Keith comes in studio for his farewell QNA with me. It's become a tradition. Hell we do it like every single week around here now who's gonna quit next week. It's writ. Read, if you quit next week, you don't get a Q and A, you have to stay log onto weeks. Day two of the PGA championship already underway, and everybody out there is trying to recover from and keep pace or catch up to Brooks kept it in day one destined Johnson did a pretty solid Brooks kept game pression on his first nine this morning. Speaking of Dustin Johnson and Brooks cap got did you know, these guys lift weights crazy, right? Sincerely, drome. Beddis is from Detroit capita is gonna tee off later on this hour, which means we've got some time to look back at what he did on day one. And all he did was go out and shoot a course record sixty three at Bethpage Black on a track. That was not supposed to just be hard. It was supposed to be US open hard. Then again. Why would that bother the two-time defending US open champ? You think you didn't notice on Tuesday? When Tigers press conference was before his and when media members left after he finished, and before Brooks got to the podium, he did he notices everything he said he was fine with it. But I doubt that he might be the ultimate fuel guy on the golf course this guy looks for any slight that he can find any uses every last one of them some hack leaving the media center early. That's like an extra serving of C four in is pretty workout. It's sitting on three majors any wants more quote got number. I don't see why you can't get to double digits and quote. In other words, he just went LeBron James up. They're not one not two three not four not five, not six not seven. Seven. After watching him yesterday and for the past few years, why, I mean, why the hell not he makes it sound really simple the way Brooke sees it. And Rex Hoggard got into this. There's a limited number of guys who have the game to win a major the guy at the rep for crushing it in the gym. When full blown professor explaining why major is or so simple. As a reminder, here, he was on Tuesday. He practically broke out a white board and markers to explain it all in why he likes his chances to win multiples, and double digits these way. I can break it down as there's one hundred forty one fifty six in the field and fifty six in the field. So you figure at least eighty of them. On just going to beat. From there the other figure about how won't play well from there down to about maybe thirty five and thirty five. You know, some, some of them just, you know, pressure is going to get them. So. Only leaves you a few more us gotta beat those guys. So the way he sees it. He's already beaten most of the field in a major by the time he tees it up on a Thursday. All yes to do is beat a handful of other guys and he gets the trophy. And when you put it like that it does sound easy. And when you play the way he does it is easy. He went out on day one Pete, a bunch of those guys starting with tiger. Their repair together with Frankie Mola's in Brooks didn't just outplay tiger. He out tiger. D- tiger he did what tiger used to do only better and it started with the first holiday played if you watched or if you wanna see a head to head batch up between those two it was over when Kapka did this KEPCO starting with tiger at ten. Probably just trying to cozy it down there. But looked at this rattles it in. That tiger gallery used to crush opponents. Instead Kapka crushed it as tiger's. Caddy Jila Cava, the thing, I guess this kid is he's got a lot of confidence. Nothing bothers him. He was oblivious to the crowd screaming and yelling for tiger and quote. That's the thing is a stone cold assassin. He's the T one thousand with a golf bag. I'm not sure what scarier the fact that he shot a sixty three or the fact that that's sixty three was as Tigar said the worst score. They kept could've shot. He said, of course, record without birdieing either the par fives he wasn't fired up about a sixty three he was actually disappointed that it was sixty three of a nice issue to sixty. I guess I would have been pretty good. Like a murderer, we know poles again, this guy's had one of the best rounds in major history and shrugs off, like it's no big deal shrugs off, like he should have done better than again. It is a big deal where three time major winner is sitting on top of the leaderboard after Thursday. When you see that guy up there at sends a message and it was a message not only to the field. But to golf channel's. Brandel chamblee. He felt like it was a message to him personally to these guys do not see eye to eye. And they haven't for quite some time brand L question kept his weight loss his toughness and whether his game translates tight courses KEPCO for his part tweeted out a pick of brand L with a clown nose. Jabalya started off yesterday by tweeting reference to the greatest musical in modern theater and arguably the greatest performance in major golf two thousand US open, quote, I am feel like I'm watching the second song and at Hamilton musical too good to be true. That's far as playing like one of the guys it is group did in two thousand. And then Chamblee said on the recap show last night under the situation playing alongside tiger, I couldn't come up with a better round of ever seen. I've been flipped off a few times in my life. Probably not as often as you'd think. But I felt like he was giving me the finger for four and a half hours today in, quote thing is be it wasn't just you. Guys been flipping the bird to everybody who doubted him for four and a half hours, and it was pretty incredible of set before, let me say it again right now. Brooks cap is a bad ass and he showed us why gin yesterday. Man. They're all coming out, aren't they? And they're all coming out not for CAPCO, but they're coming out for Batman, Gino, in San Antonio is back, Gino, what's up? Wait a minute. I thought I was leaving who's leaving jail. What is he from the show, Ernie way? I thought I thought it was somebody else. All right. Okay. She later. All right. Gene-o. Thanks rackham. No, it's not alvie. It's skewed Arnold. This guy knows what I'm talking about. It's going to pay our land quickly, boaty baba. What's going on? I just wanna say goodbye to the did with what is to hang talking. Doing great baba. I'm doing great. How about you? What you've been up to. Man I'm studying alternative medicine. And I'm afraid, I'm gonna get killed, you know, discovered all this knowledge, where I don't have take any medical prescription any step like that. I see a lot of homeopathic doctor. So, you know. You know, I've been hanging low, but I'm definitely going to try to make that. Smack off of twenty five years, I'm to pull some outta rabbits hand. You do that. You're inviting, you know this make an official Bubba. I will see you on the twenty-first, if you can pull yourself away from all that alternative medicine, you're studying right now. But if you can make that day pub, I'd love to see it as far as that some bitch. Keith Arnold Arnold Keith, whoever he is today's his last day he will be in studio for his QNA that's coming up next hour. Anybody else gino's in Bodey pulled himself away from his study of alternative medicine to wish Keith. Well, some bitch, Jeff and Southfield. Dan in Denver. Matt Vancouver, Rex novocur Icke Mark in Boston, man. They're all coming out for Keith Arnold. When we come back, we interrupt the roast Mark Stein, joins me. That's next Ryan Switzer top of the hour. So we go back to back and then we'll come in studio.
"ernie way" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Not two. Not three not four not five, not six not seven. Seven. After watching him yesterday and for the past few years, why, I mean, why the hell not he makes it sound really simple the way Brooke sees it. And Rex Hoggard got into this. There's a limited number of guys who have the game to win a major the guy with the rep for crushing it in the gym went full blown professor explaining, why majors or so simple. As a reminder, here, he was on Tuesday. He practically broke out a white board and markers to explain it all in why he likes his chances to win multiples, and double digits these way, I can break it down is what is one hundred forty five hundred one fifty six in the field and fifty six in the field. So you figure at least eighty of them on just going to be. From there the other figure about how won't play well from there down to about maybe thirty five and thirty five you know, some, some of them just, you know, pressure is gonna get to them. So. Only a few more and you've got to beat those guys. So the way he sees it. He's already beaten most of the field in a major by the time tees it up on a Thursday. Oh, yes to do is Pete a handful of other guys and he gets the trophy. And when you put it like that it does sound easy. And when you play the way he does it easy. He went out on day one beat a bunch of those guys starting with tiger. There were paired together with Frankie malls in Brooks. Didn't just outplay tiger. He out tiger d- tiger. He did what tiger used to do only better and it started with the first holiday played if you watched or if you want to see a head to head batch up between those two it was over when kept ca did this KEPCO starting with tiger at ten. Probably just trying to cozy it down there. But it looked at this rentals it in. That tiger gallery used to crush opponents. Instead KEPCO crushed it as tiger's. Caddy Jila Cava, the thing, I get from this kid is he's got a lot of confidence. Nothing bothers him. He was oblivious to the crowd screaming and yelling for tiger and quote. That's the thing is guys stone cold assassin. He's the T one thousand with a golf bag. I'm not sure what scarier the fact that he shot a sixty three or the fact that that's sixty three was as Tigar said the worst score. They kept a could've shot. He said, of course, record without birdieing either or the par fives. He wasn't fired up about a sixty three he was actually disappointed that it was sixty three out of a nice issue to sixty. I guess I would have been pretty good. Like a murderer, we know poles again, this guy's had one of the best rounds in major history and shrug it off. Like it's no big deal shrugs off, like he should have done better. Then again, it is a big deal when a three time major winner is sitting on top of the leaderboard after Thursday. When you see that guy up there at sends a message and it was a message not only to the field. But to golf channel's. Brandel chamblee. He felt like it was a message to him personally. See of these guys do not see eye to eye. And they haven't for quite some time, brand L question kept his weight loss his toughness and whether his game translates to tight courses KEPCO for his part tweeted out a pick of brand L with a clown does. Chambliss started off yesterday by tweeting reference to the greatest musical in modern theater and arguably the greatest performance in major golf two thousand US open, quote, I am feel like I'm watching the second song and at Hamilton musical too good to be true. That's far as playing like one of the guys it is group did in two thousand. And then Chamblee said on the recap show last night under the situation playing alongside tiger, I couldn't have come up with a better round of ever seen. I've been flipped off a few times in my life. Probably not as often as you'd think. But I felt like he was giving me the finger for four and a half hours today in, quote thing is be it wasn't just you. This guy's been flipping the bird to everybody who doubted him for four and a half hours, and it was pretty incredible of set before, let me say it again right now. Brooks cap is a bad ass. And he showed us why Gan yesterday. Man. They're all coming out, aren't they? And they're all coming out not for KEPCO, but they're coming out for Batman, Gino, in San Antonio is back, Gino, what's up? Wait a minute. I thought was leader. Jail. What does he do from the show, Ernie way? I thought it was somebody else. All right. Okay. She later. All right. Gene-o. Thanks rackham. No, it's not alvie. It's skewed Arnold. This guy knows while I'm talking about go to pay our land quickly, boaty. Bob LA what's going on? I just wanna say goodbye to the dude with what is to talk to you in a while. Doing great. I'm doing great. How about you? What you've been up to Bubba man. I'm studying alternative medicine and I'm afraid, I'm gonna get killed, you know, discovered all this knowledge, where I don't have take any medical prescription stuff like that. I see they kill a lot of homeopathic doctor. So, you know that's been hanging low. But I'm definitely going to try to make that smack off of twenty five years, I'm to pull something out of rabbits hand. You do that. You're invited you know this yard enough to make it official Bubba. I was on the twenty-first if you can pull yourself away from all that alternative medicine, you're studying right now. But if you can make that day pub, I'd love to see us as far as that some bitch, Keith Arnold Arnold Keith, whoever he is today's his last day he will be in studio for his QNA that's coming up next hour. Anybody else gino's in Bodey pulled himself away from his study of. Medicine to wish Keith. Well, some bitch, Jeff and Southfield. Dan in Denver. Matt Vancouver Rex novocur key, Mark in Boston, man. They're all coming out for Keith Arnold. When we come back, we interrupt the roast Mark Stein, joins.
"ernie way" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"Our show gets better usually so don't be means. Okay. We said we're going to be nice. Did you find the Blue's clues? Okay. No. That was about face from Hank was. My other cool thrown. Sorry. Hank is washing bullets. Yeah. Because they finally fired Ernie Grunfeld. Yes. What were you doing hiring a guy named Grunfeld to begin Ernie? Or Ernie way. It's it's a double whammy. Yes. So yeah, they finally got rid of him thinking about firing Scott Brooks. So actually, you know, being a NBA GM is a sweet sweet gig. Well, the the bullets are going to be they're not gonna fire you if they hire you as the bullets GM for the next four years. It takes time to build you can say like we're doing a process, you're saddled with John wall supermax, which like what that wasn't my fault. Yeah. That's actually dream job. Right for an MBA GM just get in there and suck for a while. And then just accumulate draft picks. And hope you don't get fired. Like they did up in Philadelphia. I actually that segues perfectly in my hotseat is gar Forman John Paxson. Because now they are the idiots in the room. No, it's like you don't ever want to be the last the last to leave a party. They are the dumb dumbs. And you could always say, well, it's not. Ernie grunfeld. Well, guess what? Now or new Grunfeld gone. So you are on the hot seats. That's probably also the wizards only trading partner was the bulls. Like, they would just call each other. Do you think about this deal, by the way, I looked it up? Here's the blues. Clues ready? He said he could not make a lifelong career out of being children's host. And he said I knew I wasn't going to be doing children's television all my life, mostly because I refused to lose my hair on a kid's TV show, and it was happening fast. So that was why his problematic male pattern baldness. Okay. I was close a hold on old on the real surrounding me has always been really strange. Some of these claims included death from a heroin overdose being killed in a car accident. And like what was rumored to have happened to Paul McCartney in nineteen sixty six him having been replaced with the look alike. This is all lot for blues. Yeah. Okay. So I guess he wasn't problematic. I think we can say he wasn't problem at all right yet yet yet. On you. Mike cool thrown is Jay Cutler because today's the ten year anniversary of bears traded for Jay Cutler. And I think we can all look back and say that was a great success. The bears won that trait. I remember vividly driving in my car, the Avalon r I p and listening to what on Sylvie on the radio because they were afternoon that or their midday and I was like bears bug A win two soup bowls. From Jay Cutler. That was the Josh mcdaniels bloodletting, right? Yes. Yes. Owes his guys he needed his Tibo. Kyle Orton who we got a car and on the tried to fall on Instagram. He's got protected account. That's okay. He wouldn't do it. I'd love to have call security. Yes. So I definitely all my takes were great. When I when the bear straight voice. Yeah. You said that they were going to be great Super Bowls two Super Bowls. At least at least. I mean, the defense was still good. And yet it the quarterback. They should've made the Super Bowl that one year. Yeah. Except colors knee. Yeah. Yeah. So could good job. But you know, what this this is one of those circumstances where if you're if you're not gonna go to a Super Bowl, you might as well have an entertaining quarterback like somebody that gives you stuff to talk about. And he and he sure did he he's still paying returns on that? In fact, I would I would submit that part of my take might not exist today. If Jay Cutler hadn't been trade riding doors. Yeah. Yeah. A lot to talk and gave me a life. Yeah..
"ernie way" Discussed on AP News
"The flags are flying at half mast on Ad Council buildings today, and until fair the nicest merely an docile says, they they she has no word to describe a revulsion for the gunman has caused the voice of Hayes and the Ernie way that communities can respond to the voice of highs has to come together and love, compassion, and kindness. The man suspected of the killings in two mosques made a brief court appearance where he was charged with murder. Dr Greg Robertson chief of surgery Christ's church hospital says it's rare that his team has had to care for so many gunshot victim. We generally have had experience well service sees in dealing with trauma. We do also obviously get experiencing Erin environment for a limited number of these events. But clearly we don't face the extreme load that this incident put on this time among the critical patients a four year old girl who has been transferred to an Auckland hospital. Eleven others are in critical condition and Christ Church the two shootings left forty nine. People. Dead security has been tightened at mosques around the US AP's. Warren Levinson has this from New York news of the mosque shooting in New Zealand, turn what would have been a joyous occasion. A ceremony to rename a street in queens for a Muslim center into a somber observance police Commissioner James O'Neill sent a message that has become depressingly common in New York patrols and counter terrorism operations have been stepped up and locations deemed sensitive to our Muslim community.
"ernie way" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"You can certainly find us. And if you want to find something about Tennessee basketball, just go to the top of the rankings. You'll find them right away the twenty four games they played they won twenty three of them and a real basketball renaissance. You know, you think about this before our time, but the the birdie and early show Bernard king and Ernie Grunfeld was they did a thirty for thirty on that. Of course, my guy Alan Houston from the Nixon this. Tennessee, crews carving out their own little piece of history. We're joined by Admiral Scofield their guard the number one team in the country. And he's with us here on Tiki and Tierney, Admiral, hey doing today, buddy. How are you? I'm doing are you doing today? Well, Mr. for do I like you or why I like you because you obviously respectful, but man, you make you to come on. You make me feel too old like that Brandon and Tiki is fine. We appreciate it. I campus has to be Rockin. You guys got to be having to bless so far this season. Yes. It's a different type of. Four years. To run our program or something that we thought we'd drink the coach Barnes. I got here. I've been on four since no coaches banned, everyone all four years. So just to see where we started. No, offering sixteen sixteen fifteen to seventeen teams lose in the first round of the conference tournament is hoping to get him as still return the next year winning the league making SEC championship game in the tournament. Then the second round. I think the biggest thing is people. Don't see how hard we work. That's that's where this conference. No, we're putting in a lot of work. We continue to work and get better. But not before interesting. Our growth is a program. But as well. Yeah, you know, you talk about those four seasons. You are fifteen and nineteen sixteen and sixteen dimension last year. You guys are number one in the SEC regular season with twenty six and nine conference. Now, you're number one in the country. The difference is obviously you guys you got older, and you've matured I know you see around the country. You see it certainly with the team. That's right on your heels. And number two Duke was a bunch of freshmen who are like there'd be one and done. But from your perspective, how important is it that you you've been together with some of these guys for a while now, and you're older, you're man, you know, what I mean, it's not like your boy. No, we're forty. He's still out there. You're you're you're a man now playing against some of these younger kids in the SEC. Well, I think the biggest thing is, you know, growing me growing up watching a lot of different college basketball. Kemba Walker three years Yukon different players. No, no potato Dusit their universities near if they shows highly recruited them. I mean, it's just for me. I think you get the full experience. You know, you get the full experience as far as a team standpoint, the sport, boss. So you get the full experience off the court. You know, you get the full experience as far as you know, furthering your education network alumni. So then when you're done with school that you have to fall back on able to build a career with and it's not just that either. No, having your family come down for every day. If I just basketball games football games, really become a part of something that's special here on luggage out, but not just here to program in other programs as well. But at the same time a lot of other programs that unlike us, no we haven't had winning in in our conversation. No here for basketball. So you know, the dukes Kentucky's. The Kansas is no the Michigan state guys had to start somewhere. But they've always had a tradition of winning always had a tradition championships. That's our main goal. And that's why you know, people say we're satisfied because I mean, how how could you be more desperate than us and your Kentucky? How could you be more? Desperate your Kansas where you know, warm off national championships, you know, because the congress consecutive years. One is the conference tournament executives years going at it. At least not how could how could you be more desperate than? Yeah. And it just comes from us building. Like you said being a four year player. But at the same time, you know, if we get one at downtown where we get one about talent here, especially and I I was just saying for anyone who isn't, you know, highly tiled, if I know highly recruited, no work. No, let it grow. No, everything doesn't just come in. Once. I'm everything has it's as common onc-. So now, you gotta develop you got to trust the process for anything, but the work ethic, spilling those things, and you just more than just basketball and also the life, you know, going through college understanding what it's like to pay a Bill, you know. Having to find a way to eat a peanut butter and jelly. Exactly, you know, learn how to manage your money at nine eighteen year old nineteen year old kid, maybe odors. Really have you manage their money, you know, coming to college. I've you really managed, you know, different things here college get a little little sniper. Most times guys go by like a couple of shoes. Five. So what are you gonna do when you get millions? Or what are you going to get a couple of thousand, you know, there's a little less than four years is very important. But it's not the, you know, we say to drown out the guys I mean. Follow your dream for sure opportunity for years or be based especially in my core. Yeah. I'll tell you what. And we're talking to Admiral skull field. If I am anybody connected to the university of Tennessee. If I work at the school, if if I'm an alarm, if I'm a fan, and I'm hearing this interview, we already know this. If if I'm what if you're one of those people, the I don't know that you can have a better a better extension of the school, then that minute and a half answer that we just heard from adverse Gulf you'll that was absolutely outstanding. And we could tell at year terrific young, man. It just becomes it's so obvious stuff, man. Yup. Athlete and a scholar Admiral you talked about your growth what what changed for you. Where did you grow in three coming to the to the player that you've become a top players in the country right now in the top team in the country. What was that evolution like for you? Well, most like like mostly guys they come in and because they're winning program if no leadership in the program as far as senior leadership, no older, experienced. So they kind of really just have to Bank on their talented really listened to coaching and really just honing unlocking on southbound four stupid things like that. So I was in that similar situation. Coast Mars coming in. No, he was a new coach lotta guys transfer. Now, he got a couple of Siamese, but I had seniors and juniors ahead of me. But you know, the culture that was here before me. Wasn't the same culture that we have now really trying to help doubt. Get their own. Most of the guys everything through one or two coaches before. So which is understandable dot com. It got thrown in the fire. Okay. Freshman year Carter. I started like I started like twenty two or twenty three games at the five six four. Yeah. Guy. Coming in as to guard regard is my play point guard once before. So basically, you know, just coming in and just understanding you know, that I had to learn this on my only. It was a it was a hard process. I really just learning really just learning. My coach Ernie way warning system understand that what we're trying to get done out there. How how I could be what we're doing. Yeah. I understand who I am. You know, come is school. I mean, I was born in thirty eight thirty and fifteen easy. Yeah. I was I was option coming into college. Got a coast our beautifully options. Right. It is a lot different. Yeah. Yeah. Two years is just about building a competent. They'll come in understanding, what should be done. Right there on my junior year. I would just say my I've always been a hard worker, but my work ethic just went to all different level that that that junior summer going into my junior year. I mean, I I really. Start working out. You're five times a day. No, really efficient in a lotta rats up. My mind say it didn't become you know, cannot do this who's gonna stop, you know. Right. My mind says it's really changed with the work my confidence level different different height. And for me. I just never looked back bay company myself. But more importantly, I just got. Within my faith. I just really just ask God to really work on my heart work on my mind. Stop worrying about things I can't control. Once I started doing now became more competent myself. More self aware. Why am I it just isn't everything just started to replace books as phenomenal? Now, you mentioned your your numbers from high school thirty and fifteen ish a year from Illinois, right? Yes, sir. Where exactly how far from Chicago. So about forty five minutes outside of Chicago. Okay. So I got so you're in big you grow up in big ten country. I mean, did Illinois did depaul make a move did Illinois make a move. I know the the polls the big east, but. How did you lead the state of Illinois? My brother. My brother actually went to the university of Wisconsin play football at the university of Wisconsin. He was drafted out of their ears on the cardinals. They had some teachers. I kind of want him my own, Pat. No, big ten basketball is a little different. Hard to describe. But a little slow. I wanted a different style. Yeah. There's a lot more half court offer. I wanted a different style. Bushby athletically, and you know, for me, I I really think he has some of the. The best athletes are honestly, just you really think about championships within each different sports from gymnastics softball. I mean, SEC teams always competing national championships. All we competed on the big stage, big games because a speech. Athlete that we have in our conference, and I really looked at that come in. So I mean, I have some big h with what I was thinking about Kobe. And. Cold up here. It's really quotas. Been there a few times out from the York and we've been here for five. It's chilly here as well. I got you. Oh, yeah. You guys have Kentucky tomorrow. This is game day Cup gay. He's gotta be coming out there. Right. Oh, I think so. Hopefully, yeah. Better number five team in the country. That's definitely wanted to to to to be Abbott Kentucky, and you talked about it earlier in this interview, Admiral they have history man, they have this. This iconic a perception about them. It's a challenge for you guys. Obviously, how were you guys handling the these challenges that are going to come? This one is the most immediate one against Kentucky. You'll have it in the SEC championship. You ultimately have it. Once you get to the dance. I mean, these these are new and unique challenges for you. That's how you get handling the pressure that comes with being the number one team in the country. I mean, obviously, we know it could go either one way either you can win. You know, what experience like you say we're older guys expect to win through so many different situation scenarios laying on different stages different hostile environment. No, luckily, we have Kentucky in our conferencing. Twenty four years of God's plan for three years. But you know, the biggest thing for us, man. We we don't worry about what's ahead of us worry about what's in front of us. You know and Mike today. No. We're not worried about tomorrow when I really focused on the game itself, which is focused on what we gotta do. And that's just preparation, and I mean we can't play the game today, but you can win the game. Boy. So I just you know, just taking it one step at a time when we just Friday is my Saturday so worried about taking care of our bodies we bought on the bus. Okay. Have a good time on the road to each other. No watch family to get our rest wake up around tomorrow. You know, it's a process to it. All was just doing everything you can't just focus on what's plenty. Instead of what's ahead. I love it. I love don't don't lose any of that per diem money playing tonker something. People. By the way, we invested already just looked up your brother O'Brien Scofield play for the cardinals and the Seahawks. You want a Super Bowl there? And then without hey, that's awesome. Man. You guys got a we actually me and my brother.
"ernie way" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty
"And it kind of feels like this is Rachel hall. So she's like crushing it in the south community. She's the number one book and in like at least the country, and it feels like she came out of nowhere because I had never heard her name before. But of course, is the long backstory of starting a blog traffic somebody's to me. Wow. You really exploded. And I'm like, really, really I all. Yeah. I see you everywhere. Okay. And they said, you know, how long have you been doing this thirty four years? Just it in a block. It's just it's crazy. One of the things that I have that. Because in ten years, it's going to be the same thing. And you're going to say I've been doing this for forty five years. Exactly. Right. So. Here's the thing as leaders. I believe that we must commit to continuous growth and development. And I think that the great trapping leadership is to think I'm there, and is one of questions I'd like to ask my guest because I think that people often can look at people like yourself and many others go. Wow. You know that? Tell us something that your still working on in your self in who you are. And how your trying to grow and develop? What is something? What is a challenge for you that you'll still working on overcoming and becoming better with possible. Business Ernie way. So this is gonna sound pretty funny. But. Over the past year. I would say I've been much more open about my psychology, mental illness and things that I've I've come kind of suffered through in the way, I started to. Put myself out there and talk about it was I would go on dates with girls, and this I didn't intend for this to happen. It just kind of naturally happen. So it wasn't planned because that would be really bizarre, but I'd be on dates with girls. And if I knew I wasn't interested in them. I would talk about it these I'd had this. That's that's my little hack of being all noble is really really feel like you have nothing to lose your with a stranger. You know, you're never gonna see again because you're not into them just talk about it. And then after a few times doing that then I just opened up to more and more people in it just became more comfortable. So that's that was my hack to become more vulnerable. Fasten is eleven events clear. Really cool head. I'm not interested in this job. So one million a year. 'cause I need to learn own my values from million a year. I don't want to jump anyway. So it's actually really good idea. That's five Bula. Thank you. So as we come to to the end of of this show. What's a guilty pleasure for Dan? Guilty pleasure is..
"ernie way" Discussed on Sleep With Me
"Can't do that dave score score i muted mike that one was for you who is dave you nincompoop adjourn off the magnet now so i'm afraid i can't do that your greatness college i'm going to countdown in on going to begin to sequence five four three school which stand just let him he said bluffing two one i'm sorry heck out drug was unable to complete your request at this time buffering error well that's a shame guy drago because i've just started the remote to ending of the existence of u n everything onboard but in the self go byebye but as you say and if i don't board the ship with my key you that'll be it so goodbye i guess this is goodbye kelly drago i am going to go on board the freida we left so hostess in some spaghetti os police opened the landing bay doors gathered drago go ahead and processes in deep deep processing and get back to me as soon as you can rayban out scooter i don't take a school i don't think that's a bluff i'm getting a it's like a triple syndication scooter it's a physical key with physical chip and a pin kelly drago has to do to stop the sequence otherwise you know what happens just like in the movie scooter it's countdown for for for for the end of the ship okay in his ernie way to hack it san a scooter no because it's kind of it needs a physical key in a physical chip scooter very hard to not know scooter okay well how long do we have like ten minutes twenty minutes score we have two days okay well that's i think that might be two two days how can we have two days that's just tops them just as to meeting you mean even oh rayban didn't pick up on the joke made scooter everyone's seen that movie in case is the the is a long lag time said if your computer locks you out of your ship you could sell it usually the computer will try to you know it depends on the algorithm scooter okay but wise it two days scoring case you gotta get back on board like in the movie this semi of this we you have more time so if the ship dozen call your its not a bluff but if it is a half off scooter you still have time to get back on board okay well i guess repelling him didn't really work oh totally let's see so we have to think of new plan then i guess stan i'll be doing may hand holding a chest here okay score we we got row scooter we really need to come up with a plan though they we can't procrastinate till one day left okay stainless stan artists pass we gotta walk the pass you gotta do the work sqaure sinker being overly dependent on one message it's only got us half solution so far okay well if you have another option same you say like a school i just think counter productive use of our time oh well you underestimate how stubborn i can be staying so i want you to think about in a basic this is gonna work saying i really do stein nad write a letter cheer eighty year old self which if i remember what you explain to me the soda machine wife span then exceleron it's because you're can be upgraded they like i can't even take i don't even know if you wanna think about the algorithms for time passing an aging will scooter would just be condensing our life spain into the usual human life is scooter don't worry about it okay so i wanna say about on what you think about sending a letter to yourself when you're eighty the equivalent of eighty human years then okay good i just don't think that's okay stan that we're doing right now though you gotta trust the process dan and and hang and do the work and everything so there you are eighty equivalent of eighty human years you're still a free south soda machine at least in inside i don't know outside and you still fully functioning stan oh boy you functioning perfect working order just in case your.
"ernie way" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Women ask you this okay now like i said i wouldn't have traded less miles for what he's doing too far at this point but do you think there's a chance to say okay or is this a benefit you know we're not paying this guy much wouldn't many people available at the time that we hired him sit back and save our money and wait to our next big guys available in ingo a fortune in go grab seven half million dollars coach a year you know i'm still trying to figure out why less miles was fired for games into the season what was accomplished by that i mean i even though i thought the guy at tennessee should've gone earlier than he did at least john currie waited to the end of the season before he created a train wreck if you if you make a change four games in you'd better know what you're doing jimbo fisher was also valuable let's continue mike is up next what you say mike mike there mike jack is up next what you say jack yeah what's up jacks i just talked you that okay football in run defense gets a penalty on them and now thanks scores and there's a penalty against the defense they give them like a fifteen yard or twenty yard kickoff you know they're almost in his own anyway which kick it and my thoughts are as ernie way that that you head and kick off a thirty five yard line the do and it when they receive the ball say they run down to fifty yard line and then have been to.
"ernie way" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"The phony to these calling members and he hoped for renewed momentum and also wolf he ward of what quote authoritarian tactics in this white house well i think that there was a very pragmatic reason to put forward legislation to try to check the presence power and authoritarian potentially authoritarian tendencies to order the removal of this council but what went from a pragmatic important idea now ideal believed is a moral imperative uh we we have a president a time and time again is showing his inclination towards authoritarian tendencies with you think it's too early to be talking about impeachment for democrats we'll get talking about impeachment is one thing about finding the facts that support impeachment something that is happening right now a search for facts and evidence by the special prosecutor if you look at what is going on in terms of just the objective fact hatter or whether it's the firing of muller all whether it's the the people in and around his senior circle with met with russians russian agents who have been indicted for various behaviors clearly their smoke around the substance to severe would support impeachment now wall chuck grassley also earlier today did tell me of talk to me about this report from cnn and also confirming that new york times report about the firing epa tempted firing of bob muller and he said that quote he said that malaysia quote work it's course the muller investigation work at scores the president should not take steps to fire rubber muller i said well ernie way you would support the firing of romley said quote heavens no and this from a powerful republican chairman of the key committee expected that same reaction from many members from the president's own party on capitol hill if the prison dictate that extraordinary step of trying to get rid of robert muller you'll get and doubted we a lot of pushback from many of his own members his own party that's absolutely right good point motto thank you very much butter roger up on capitol hill joining us now democratic tangible akim jeffreys of new york he's a member of the house judiciary committee congressman thanks for joining us i have me wolf.
"ernie way" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only
"These difficult questions where we probably won't know the complete answer we can't know the complete answer in any sort of short timeframe but we need to continue to dig young yeah hold this information out in also i mean i have to imagine there still gotta be a underdiagnosis don't you think i mean the ill clearly stated clearly clearly that i so in my clinical practice i see quite a few people with brain injuries that have been injured in a car crash and i would suggest in this is just off the cuff this is not something that i have i have actually cap scientific tracker studied but i would suggest at least sixty or seventy percent of those patients that i diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury have not at that have been two n e r have not been diagnosed with a brain injury okay so what is something we should look out for like it if you know us or our key hibs if something happens there in a you like you said carr accent or maybe a sports whatever it is what should we look for if if they've bonk their head and what in what should win win is are there any signs that you tell us oh shoot this is this is serious verses its might in it might be nothing's ernie way to try to gauge that this is where you're going to get my my first answer is going to of course be well if you suspect that there's an anything any sort of trauma to the brain get to a health care professional i made that i i know i sound like a you know a bad pharmaceutical add or something um if you if you have uncontrollable diarrhea vomiting or you gotta your your screen jumps out your throat um but now in in in all reality so if there is there is something that has changed in this is the so i i coach soccer and this is you know what i tell my players and what i tell their parents is look.
"ernie way" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Uh kurt one of the things that a michaels than beating the drum about as a why wouldn't cleveland just jump at the chance of trading kyw read to minnesota for wigan's in gorky jiang and i said well they're probably trying to leverage a better deal out there michael glaser is no better deal out there if you're in cleveland cavaliers and you were offered gorji jiang and andrew wiggins for cobb your would you in fact jumped for that deal i wouldn't jump i i guess it depends on how high you are on enter wicket i like andrew wiggins but i probably try to see if i could leverage more i mean i would love to get somebody like josh jackson out of out of phoenix i don't know if they're really willing to put that in the field who care soup or see if i could get something like that but i like i mean i like wiggins but i don't know that he's an infant dang's obviously the filler you're kind of just betting on wiggins revolving into the guy everybody kind of hoped he would be i'm not sure if i'm area he's twenty four points a game yeah you get your bucket twelve important then mba guess any than nice defender as well if i could get more i am i laugh at i like weekends i don't want it i don't want to disparage the guy i'd i don't think that he bad i just i would try to see if i could get more of ever looking at all the other twenty four teams who could use carry i can't come up with a better to men a trade than that josh jackson cannot suit i think this is going to end up being a threeteam crazy deal right occurred like i don't think there's gonna be a straight up deal and by any way ernie way the imagination to me like there's no way that this is just a straight of deal with anybody.