35 Burst results for "First Pitch"
ChiSox rally for 6-4 win over Indians after getting Kimbrel
"Your one Moncada homered among his three hits the white Sox beat the Indians six four to take a nine game lead in the AL central Chicago scratched out two runs in the eighth is Tim Anderson delivered a tiebreaking single and Jose a braille was hit in the head by a pitch with the bases loaded both benches and bullpens emptied briefly but no punches were thrown in the reigning AL MVP stayed in the game prime male ray has had three RBIs on three hits for the Indians including a solo Homer Jose Ruiz worked out of an eighth inning jam to get the win James karenge EC was a loser I'm Dave Ferrie
Bichette homers, Jays beat Royals 6-4 in Toronto return
"Playing in Toronto for the first time in nearly two years the Bluejays picked up a six four win over the Royals Bo Bichette belted a two run Homer and Teoscar Hernandez added a solo shot in the jays first home game in Canada since September twenty nineteen George Springer had three hits an RBI in his first home game north of the border Hernandez opened the scoring with the first pitch Homer off Royals lefty Daniel Lynch to begin the second right hander rust rippling allowed two runs and four hits in five and a third innings to snap a three start winless skid I'm Dave Ferrie
U.S. Women's Olympic Soccer Defeats Netherlands in Penalty Kicks
"Mammoth battle on the soccer pitch. USA Women's team defeats the Netherlands in penalty kicks. It was a hard fought battle from beginning to end and beyond through extra time. And then the penalty kicks. The U. S. Keeps their gold medal dreams alive in Tokyo U. S Navy charges an unidentified
Patiño Blanks Yanks as Rays Pound Cole, Bullpen in 14-0 Rout
"Louise Pertini out pitch Gerrit Cole in the race exploded for ten runs in the sixth inning of a laugher against the Yankees fourteen nothing between you allowed three hits over six innings striking out eight and walking to call meanwhile was changed in the sixth in charge with a season high eight runs seven earned on six hits over five in the third Brett Phillips launched a grand slam during the big sixth inning innings like that games like that are few and far between throughout the course of the season Salazar you know that's what makes baseball so fun right there baseball's fun as for the grand slam yeah first one of my career feels great Austin meadows homered twice and had five RBIs is Tampa Bay avoided a three game sweep I'm Dave Ferrie
Judge Hits Tiebreaking Single in 10th, Yankees Beat Rays 3–1
"The Yankees scratched out a pair of runs in the tenth inning to beat the rate three one Aaron judge delivered the tiebreaking RBI single after being a late scratch from the lineup reliever Andrew Kittredge later uncorked a wild pitch that allowed the insurance run to score D. J. lemay United to score with a sacrifice fly in the fifth one inning after Brendan rouse RBI double Chad green worked a perfect inning before oldest Chapman worked attempt to get his twentieth save in twenty four chances P. Fairbanks took the losses database all two and a half games behind the AL east leading red Sox I'm Dave very
Houck, Red Sox Top Blue Jays 4–1, Split Doubleheader
"The red Sox blue jays split a pair in Boston with each team earning a four one victory Randal Grichuk belted a two run Homer and had three RBIs as the blue jays took the opener George Springer also went deep to back Robbie ray the red Sox turned the tables in game two was rookie starter Tanner help struck out seven over four innings happy with with everything and and really got to work on the pitch is on tonight another rookie Jarren Duran hit his first major league triple for the alias leaders at RB I drive in the fourth it's always a good moment to contribute to this amazing offense saws most parts maybe a little too excited but you know it happens the split leaves the red Sox with a two and a half game lead over the race in the division I'm Dave Ferrie
James Pollard Espy: The Storm King
"Been relying on and contending with the rain since the dawn of time. Let it surprisingly recently that we really started to understand how rain comes to be in the eighteen thirties meteorologist james. Fc put forward the theory. That convection was the primary cause of rain. As heated updrafts rise into the sky they cool and their moisture condenses resulting in cloud formation and eventually precipitation. This then cutting edge theory landed him a job with the us army as the nation's burst meteorologist and almost immediately raised a question. We're still trying to answer today. Can humans or even manipulate this natural process. His approach lighting huge fires along the appalachian mountains to provide the heat smoke in particular matter needed to trigger storms and bring rain under exactly favourable conditions. Of course sb pitched his idea to congress claiming that if these fires were set on a weekly basis. He preferred sunday evenings. The now regular rain would eliminate droughts heat waves and cold snaps. Prevent river flooding and keep the air clean and healthy by washing down noxious vapor. I'm extrapolating from incomplete data. Here but i would bet my heart shaped but that the word miasma was used in the presentation desma theory of course being the pre germ theory belief. That bad air mal aria caused and spread the disease. Espy's convection theory raised his reputation. In scientific circles. The rainmaker idea. Not as much if anything. He was probably worse. Off for it professionally author nathaniel hawthorne thought. Sp belonged in the paul of fantasy. A marketplace of wild ideas perfectly suited to fantasies of rain kings in climate
White Sox Top Brewers 3-1 Behind Lynn, Avoid Sweep
"Lance Lynn worked six strong innings and had a key hit is the white Sox defeated the brewers three one to avoid a three game sweep good night I got lucky got it drove in two runs and we want so that's all it's about Lynn struck out six and allowed one run and six hits blanking the walking until Jackie Bradley junior RBI double in the fifth he also collected his first hit since two thousand seventeen a two run single in Chicago's three run second and what kind of pitch was Lynn looking for anything that I will find my back and go fair lends it came off loser Brandon Woodruff who is reach for five hits while striking out nine over seven innings Lynn is ten and three well water if it's seven and five Liam Hendriks struck at three in the ninth first twenty four to save I'm Dave Ferrie
Smith, Taylor Power Short-Handed Dodgers Past Rockies, 3-2
"Chris Taylor hit a pair of home runs before Will Smith provided a tie breaking glass in the eighth inning sending the Dodgers past the Rockies three to two Smith went deep off Carlos Estevez his third home run of the seven game homestand Taylor homered in the first and fifth innings giving him sixteen this season this week I'm just kind of in a good place and you know mechanically been pretty consistent and you know and the fastball slows down a little bit for me you know I usually get the breaking stuff better Phil Bickford worked a scoreless inning for the victory Joe Kelly pitched a scoreless ninth for his first save the LA bullpen worked five scoreless innings the Dodgers state two games behind the NL west leading giants I'm Dave Ferrie
Alonso, McNeil Lead Mets Past Blue Jays 5-4 in Hill's Debut
"Pete Alonso smacked his fifth home run since the all star break and pinch hitter Jeff McNeil furnished a tie breaking two run double while the Mets scored four in the six to beat the blue jays five to four and take the three game set which will look good in his first start as a met leaving with a one nothing lead in the bases loaded in the sixth before sept Lugo allowed all three runs to score it was good you know get my bearings out there in the first inning and then being able to you know makes in the carabao is probably one of the best I've had you know this year so it was good to see that come back he'll worked around three leadoff doubles by allowing just one other hit while tossing forty nine pitches over the first five frames the wind keeps New York atop the NL east by four games over Philadelphia I'm Dave Ferrie
Hernández Hits 2 of Toronto's 5 Homers in 10-3 Win Over Mets
"They Oscar Hernandez slammed to the blue jays five home runs in a ten three romp over the Mets George Springer Marcus Semien a Bo Bichette each homered for the blue jays whoever took the giants for the MLB lead with one hundred forty nine home runs Semien one eleven pitch battle driving a three two breaking ball over the left field wall for his twenty fourth home run of the season that extended the lead to six nothing and chase Taijuan Walker out of the game the loss keep cemex we've in the NL east of four games with the Braves and Phillies now tied for second I'm Dave Ferrie
Astros Lose Combo No-Hit Try in 8th; Rangers' Skid Hits 11
"Fromberg Valdez in the Astros bullpen carried a no hitter into the eighth inning of a four one verdict over the Rangers Valdez worked the first six innings walking sticks and throwing ninety nine pitches before giving way to the pen I was there kind of philosophy hit a leadoff single against reliever Ryan Stanek in the eighth allowing the Rangers to avoid their third no hit loss of the season your don Alvarez homered and drove into was the ale west leaders tell Texas its eleventh consecutive loss Carlos Correa added to release in the Astros sixtieth win I'm Dave Ferrie
Singer Luke Combs Pays for Funerals of 3 Who Died After Show
"Country music stars pitching in to give a proper farewell to three fans who died soon after they saw him perform country singer Luke Coombes appeared July sixteenth at the faster horses festival at the Michigan international speedway the next day three young men who had watched him perform died from what appears to be carbon monoxide poisoning at a campground by the speedway so Coombs quietly paid the funeral expenses for all three families one of the mothers says she wishes she could just give combs a big hug police say it appears the friends were exposed to emissions from a portable generator that was too close to their camper to others are hospitalized hi Jackie Quinn
Devers Homers Twice, Bullpen Strong as Red Sox Top Yanks 6-2
"Rafael Devers homered twice including the go ahead blast in the fifth inning of the red Sox fourth straight win six two over the Yankees Devers followed his two run shot with a three run blast in the seventh it was his one hundredth career home run Boston improved to ninety two against the Yankees this season at B. Gerrit Cole at Fenway Park for the second time Cole was reached for three runs over five innings we're sorry you know the finishing blows twice your honor is charged really just good at bats all night the US someone out there made some good pitches but ultimately didn't come through the AL east leaders received eight scoreless innings from their bullpen after Eduardo Rodriguez left due to migraine symptoms I'm Dave Ferrie
Megill Earns 1st Win, Alonso Homers Twice as Mets Blank Jays
"Tylor Megill picked up his first major league victory in Pete Alonso provided the Mets offense with a pair of homers in a three nothing shut out of the blue jays Megill allowed two hits walked one and struck out five over six innings lowering his ERA to two point one Alonso had a two run shot off ex teammate Stephen matches eighth pitch of the game Alonso added a solo shot in the eighth the Bluejays got just one runner beyond first base against McGill and a trio of relievers the win the last semester retain a four game lead in the NL east I'm Dave Ferrie
Minnesota Twins Send Nelson Cruz to Tampa Bay Rays
"Just one week to go before the trade deadline and yesterday we got the biggest trade of the summer so far the tampa bay rays the defending american league champions acquired slugger nelson cruz in poor player. Deal with the minnesota twins. They got a couple pitching prospects that are ranked within the race farm system at number ten and number seventeen nelson cruz. Such an important part of the twins lineup in recent years but also their culture. He was beloved within that organization. Here's nelson cruz. Talking about leaving the twins. But like i say i wasn't expecting this. Even if you i mean inspecting dabo unit ready for something. Like this. So we'll shocking. When they got the news. I mean especially my age. I play the wing. You know and To dial paternity as definitely a blast Oh i guess. I'll try to get the fast doc- tuition In mitchell. I'm ready for whatever comes next.
Giants Rally in 9th for 2nd Straight Night To Beat Dodgers
"The giants scored four two out ninth inning runs off Dodger closer Kenley Jansen to pull out an improbable five to three when they're in rough drew a bases loaded walk to tie the game and lamonte Wade junior then capped the rally with a two run single listing it too much about what else is going on interesting about focusing on my bed when I need to do to have consistent bad and you know try to help the team out so you kind of just focus in on that get a good pitch to hit likely did not object to do that it was Jansen's second blown save in two nights LA ace Walker Buehler held the giants to a run on five hits Buehler struck out nine before leaving in the eighth mark Myers Los Angeles
Yanks Reliever Throws 4 Wild Pitches in 10th, Red Sox Rally
"The red Sox trail the ninth and tenth innings before beating the Yankees five to four Xander Bogaerts ended the game and the Yankees four game winning streak by lifting a sac fly in the tenth it came after Raphael Devers scored on one of four wild pitches in the inning he Keren and is tied in the ninth with a two out two run double Brett Gardner sac fly in the tent put New York ahead before the red Sox rallied for their third straight win the Sox continue to lead the AL east by one game over the race I'm Dave Ferrie
"first pitch" Discussed on AP News
"First pitch. Thank you, Gwen I throughout the ball. I met the player Goldman is part of the Yankees annual Hope week, standing for helping others preserve and excel never held against them, but I never in my wildest dreams ever thought that 60 years later. Brian Cashman would make this become a reality. It's hard to say what Goldman loved most about her Yankees experience. It took my breath away. I'm Ed Donahue. A P news. Good morning. I'm Ed Donahue. This is day six of the search through the rubble of the collapsed condo building near Miami. FEMA's Deanne Creswell says a team from FEMA is at Surfside, Florida. It's difficult to put into words the devastation that this community is experiencing, and our hearts go out to all the families and loved ones that have been impacted by this event. 150 people are unaccounted for 11 have died. Philips sign lives in a nearby building. I feel our building is safe. I mean, I've seen the maintenance it's been done properly. As far as I can tell, I don't know. I'm not an expert in engineering Authorities are meeting frequently with families in South Florida of the missing to explain what they're doing and answer questions. The Supreme Court ruled the government can indefinitely detained certain immigrants who say they will face persecution or torture if they're deported to their native countries. Over the descent of three liberal justices. The court held 63. The immigrants are not entitled to a hearing about whether they should be released while the.
"first pitch" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"First pitch from 20 and Blake 6 40 Broncos running back Melvin Gordon hasn't been at any of the oxygen training workouts with his teammates. Their voluntary, of course, is expected to be in attendance opening three day mandatory minicamp this morning UCL training center at Sports and raining crystalline carrying his radio with Broncos. Boston Rockies. Canada News radio time 5 46 right now, in Colorado's morning news. The governor is making the rounds today in the metro area for some in person bill signings. Most of his recent bill, signing events have been virtual or with a small group his office because of the pandemic. Police officer being treated for serious injuries after a crash that happened yesterday. At least 126 stab in Washington, the officer's duty motorcycle collided with an SUV at the intersection. The injuries are nonlife threatening. The other driver wasn't hurt, either. Yes, Colorado State Patrol is taking the lead on the investigation. Paso County daycare provider under arrest in connection with the baby's death, Sheriff's spokesperson Jacqueline Kirby says Dana McNair killed the incident February at her home. You're wide field elementary School of the arts. She was taken into custody and booked into the jail on one count of child abuse, resulting in death and then 16 counts of child abuse. Details of how the child died were not released. McNair's daycare is no longer in operation. Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Green is showing remorse for comparing coronavirus restrictions and mask wearing To the Holocaust, the Nazi Germany, she explained. There's nothing comparable to the Holocaust. The Holocaust is There's nothing comparable to it. It's it's It happened and you know, over six million Jewish people were murdered. Green.
"first pitch" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Worth. First pitch fastball in there at the knees 96 Miles an hour, Krone worth did not offer. The speed and the stolen base pays off for Teddy's who scores on the sacrifice fly from husband 87 Padres here in the 11th. The old 12 Kronen worth. That's a good pitch at the knees. He looks at another one, and it's going to Mark Miller Lansing is warming in the Padre bullpen. You will be called to try toe give the Padres Victory and it would be a monumental comeback. They were down 71 in this game. Tent east on the bench like everyone looks a little toasty right now. The 02 with two outs. Swing, and it's an emergency swing that he fouls down the third base line. It's that emergency hack. Pull the parachute last minute. See if you could keep the bat alive, and he does. Fernando Tatty s has been involved again in the scoring place, and he also did hit a home run in this game. Jace Tingler. Double intentional walk paid off. Big time for him. Out of a bases loaded issue took a chance. He got cursed shot of the plate. He struck out.
"first pitch" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"First pitch strikes. That was a fast ball that was meant to be thigh high inner half of the plate and hit him right in the left bicep. So the Tigers have their leadoff man on against Grossman. That brings up Willie Castro. So the white uniformed pants the red piping down the sides of the red jerseys on the Sunday afternoon game. Our blue Indians across the front the script Indians in blue outlined in white fastball up in a way it's a Castro first pitch strike, throwing well below league average for Logan. Alan just 43 innings in the major leagues. From Boston to San Diego and the Craig Kimbrel trade some years ago. And then from San Diego to Cleveland. That was in the Bower. Three team trade with Cincinnati, breaking ball bounces up to home plate. Do we know on Willie Castro? Alan is 23 years old. She's been traded twice after being drafted by Boston first start against Kansas City this year, five innings, two runs on five hits, two walks. And three strikeouts. Just 11 innings of work last year with Cleveland minor leagues. It was low walks, high strikeouts for the most part, except his last year, Triple A The two old pitch swinging a high fly ball softly into right field. Naylor just toward the line backs up two steps makes the catch. No chance for Robby Grossmann to advance. Willie Castro get She was looking for on the two. Oh, but just a simple, soft fly ball to right field That brings up Nico. Good room. But when you see the Indians go after a pitcher who might be Kind of an under the radar guy, and nothing really jumped out. At you in the minor leagues and his track record. You figure they know something that he's got the Characteristics that they're looking for. He was heavy. Last year. He admitted it. He dropped £25 in the off season. That's what the Indians want. They want good athletes. So they can teach the proper mechanics and good motion. Good room takes another breaking ball in the dirt, so that slider is not They're at the moment. For Logan, Alan. That really for the Indians was step one get in better shape. And their track record of turning guys into strike throwers who fill up the strike zone is pretty good. It seems to be right now. At this moment, a work in progress for Logan Alan Short, cautious, lean for Grossman. At first, the one only bounce is another. Pitch up to home plate..
"first pitch" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The ceremonial first pitch about to be thrown at the Texas Rangers home opener, and governor Greg Abbott will not be doing the honors. The governor said in a statement that his decision is because of Major League Baseball's choice to pull its annual All Star Game and this year's baseball amateur draft out of Atlanta. Baseball's commissioner, Rob Manfred, said it was the best way to show the league's opposition to restrictions of the ballot box that many say Georgia's new voting law promotes governor Abbott called the league's and Manfred's position of false narrative and that the sport seems to be influenced by partisan politics Access Colonel Scott the league's decision was made after the president said during an interview he would support that decision. Pressed a short time ago on whether golf's Masters tournament should be pulled out of Georgia spokeswoman Jen Psaki said. The White House focuses on doing what they can to make voting easier, adding she's not there to call for anyone to take steps in Georgia off first in the nation ban on transgender youth treatment is rejected by the Arkansas governor. But the fight's not over yet. Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson is vetoing legislation that would have prohibited physicians. From treating with hormones or performing surgeries on transgender Children. The law would have been the first in the nation. Hutchinson, a Republican, did recently, however, signed a measure permitting doctors to refuse to perform such treatments if the physician felt it violated moral or religious codes. GOP led Arkansas Legislature could overturn Hutchinson's Vito with a simple majority vote. Evan Brown Fox News. The Arkansas, Tennessee and Mississippi governors have all signed laws banning transgender girls and women from competing on female school sports teams in our to the close on Wall Street record territory and a big rally, the Dow off 356 points America.
"first pitch" Discussed on Bolts from the Blue
"So your favorite podcast APP to be sure you don't miss a single episode. But anyway going along with that Let's just go over injury report. Let's see. So as far as guys practicing not practicing today. trae Turner Brian. Balogh. In Mike, Williams will not practice today Mike Williams has a hamstring injury. We were worried that potentially his former shoulder injury that kept him out towards the training camp was going to be an issue or maybe was flared up again no Anthony Lynn said it's nothing with the shoulder. It's just a hamstring deal. Turnaround Blaga. As he remember trae Turner was. told to us by Anthony Land that Turner was going to play this past weekend and he did it. He just said he just wasn't ready something came up. They weren't gonNA play if he wasn't ready. Okay. So he was out Brian Balogh a started again missed most of the game because I believe a knee injury. He. He isn't gonNA play or isn't GonNa Practice Today Turner isn't Mike Williams isn't as far as the hope for those two. Turner Blaga Anthony Lynn said, yes he's hopeful. They will be able to go Sunday. But as things stand right now, they are day to day in that is not what you want to hear. At all it is not. We WanNa hear it all going into probably the toughest game of the season, and I know they played the chiefs but I just think this defense man is is a whole new level whole different tear the in Kansas City's defense. It's GONNA be rough. I'm as far as guys who did come back to practice Justin, Jackson. He's back at practice today he was dealing with a quad injury man he just really can't shake anything. It's always a new injury with Justin Jackson, but he's back in the fold. The athletics Daniel Popper asked what kind of the backfield situation would look like when Jackson comes back in. And said that you know they have some packages form. They have certain plays the day like Jackson in But at the end of the day, they're going to ride the hot hand and if Jackson comes in and does really well, then he's probably going to have more snaps than Kelly and they're going to Jackson in there you know even longer but also obviously is still going to get his touch it. So I'm not too worried about anything there. As far as injuries I believe that is everything crosshairs like you know we talked about not here but you probably already heard he's on IRA for the next four to six weeks he may miss four to six games, which is insane because he only missed five games total in his nine year career with the Denver broncos. So. That's insane like. Him To the chargers I guess you know it's your first season out of Denver nine years. Games and then bang one season with the chargers route five games. It really doesn't get more just Voodoo magic type deal right like. How why win We just can't figure it out. It is something else. But. That's going to actually wrap up today's show I do have to get going cover these padres. Friars men I hope it's not just. Two losses in their after ten years of waiting to be in the playoffs. I'm sure some of you guys are possibly padres fans as well. I've kind of become a patriots fan having started like covering them. Doing that as my job part of my job. It's been a fun baseball team to cover. Have, really really enjoyed it. It's allowed me to really just lean into baseball more than I. Ever has a having I'm a football guy through and through, but never really enjoyed baseball too much but it's been fun to all his team in enjoy the success as past season with them. That's a whole different sport riding going into that. The guy's really appreciate the law. Thanks for tuning in again, the preview show for this week's matchup will come out Saturday. I'm probably record Friday because I will be out of the House I. Unfortunately, I'm getting dragged to a wedding for someone my wife knows I will not be able to wait until after the Friday injury I may actually that's wrong I may it'll probably be late Friday. I'll record it have it up early Saturday if you guys listen to all throughout the day before the game. And we'll just stick with that schedule I will let you guys know via twitter of anything changes with that. Once, again, appreciate you guys listening in Michael Peterson on chargers. Lately, I will talk to you guys blatantly this week..
"first pitch" Discussed on The Editors
"Looks like the real. Is and. They played. Without Dj Lemay you, too. So that was that was them. Not for capacity. I. Do think though that if the Yankees win it this year. That they'll have to win it again next year. They'll be marked as as a team that can only do it under unusual circumstances. Dodge. Look tough that I'm going to say the Yankees. I'm hopeful about this. The season suing it's completed. Just imagine where the Yankees would be if they actually had severino in her mind, in their in their rotation just. Steamroller. Of A team, but we we'll see I'll just accept. Just be happy if baseball actually completes this season so a few other things before we go nbd. You've been playing a video game tag with Ryan. Yeah, so you know coronavirus lead to extra screen time for my kids, which wasn't ideal and they found youtube biggest star us. Kid named Ryan. Who's part of Ryan's world? and. They convince me to let me let a dad download the video game onto the IPAD and the phone based on the Youtube series, and actually have to say it's kind of a classic video game fund of just running around and collecting stupid coins and objects. and. It's a it's actually is a diversion for five minutes from the topics of twenty twenty, so highly recommended for a quick distraction tag with Ryan. And Charlie you've been fooling around with the kids with the remote controlled car. Yes, Christmas my kids uncle them remote control car, but it's not any remote control car. It's beautiful. It's a Porsche, nine eighteen spider and one sixteenth scale, and it is an exquisite piece of are really it's also remote control car, and of course my kid's don't know that it's an exquisite work. And, so they constantly drive it in the wall or into trees. They've not both wing mirrors off. I've managed to put them back on our scratches on the front and the back and on the hood. Of the car I think they enjoy it. Because the more they drive it directly into the wall, more upset about this and so. And the funny they find it so the moral of the story of you're going to by remote control car for yourself as an adult. Get one like this. If you're going to allow children to play with it, you know six thousand nine from Amazon will do. So as usually I don't have a ton going on I've been watching a history youtube videos or listening to them, and I've been going through a spate of ulysses grant. Videos H W, brands Ron White couple of. Academics and biographers I it's just a just such an astonishing story to go from. A failed clerk and a leather goods store has the Hawk his gold watch by his family. Christmas presents to within a couple of years commanding general of the United States, army and one of the most significant. Figures in world, history is just it's just jaw dropping just unbelievable and one of the classic. American stories so with that. It's time for editor's picks. What's your pick? Ceilings from anyone else, but I'm picking Christopher called wells. Doled if you stole it from someone else, you stole it from him. Christopher, Caldwell writes in our latest print issue on the. Author of how to be antiracist. Abram ex, Kennedy. and. caldwell just has Kennedy's number in this piece. It's just An excellent dissection of the kind of madden ideological extremity and madness that is lurking behind this giant movement. What's your pick? My pick is a that was advocate piece written by Cameron. Hilditch called in praise off career politicians in which he is. We've gone far too far. In the direction of. Outside is in the hope that he's going to fix our problems, and he lists a great number of career politicians usually. DEPLOYED AS A. As an insult, but he says well okay. Then you're off to Winston Churchill and you're going after. James Madison and many others besides, and he suggests that we're a little lazy with this, and even even the politicians who all. Aspiring career politicians have have us. A result had to pretend. That they're not and that. If we want to fix our problems, we should really focus on other things other than the rest of inexperience of political class. As mentioned. NBD's stole my editor's pick. It also Chris Caldwell cover story called obviously amazing writer and acute analyst, and a as as reading through this piece I deliver US muttering out loud, no way that impossible. Just the quotes from this book are totally harassing and go to how anti-racism is emphatically not. Non Racism so that's it for us. You've been listening to a national review podcasting rebroadcast, re transmission or cow. This game without the express written permission of Nashville. Magazine is strictly. Prohibited Thank you Charlie thank you nbd and thanks, especially to all of you for listening where the editors and we'll see you..
"first pitch" Discussed on The Editors
"For reasons that had nothing to do with American. Culture and for reasons that had a great deal to do with American culture, as it exists at the moment. It was unsettling to watch baseball in. An empty stadium. It's unsettling to watch baseball players wearing masks. It's unsettling. To hear a fake crowd, noise and obviously fake crowd noise. piped-in. It's upsetting. We are in an upsetting. Moment, says nobody's fault. But fire assesses. Is. Destroying. Normal life, and that was a reminder of it. It was weird of the Nice old. It would be. And? That's just found at every time. The camera panned across the empty seats. My heart sank a little bit and it just it did like sort of. Bleach out some of the just natural excitement of the crowd noise I did I did find when I briefly I listened on my app to the radio broadcast, which felt more normal, but the the TV broadcasts weird. Yeah. Not Help by ESPN, which is awful and should be neutral space. But. That was made worse. I'm afraid by the injection. Of. Politics Into sport I don't like it. I want to escape when I watch sports and I couldn't everything. was either corona virus or black lives matter. I didn't like the black lives matter logo on the mound. Or the ceremony at the start or the fout she pitch or the tags on the sleeves. Every play has been given a choice as to whether they can wear them. And, every player has the. Choice to stop clapping for Stalin. This is the same in soccer at the moment. It's like living in the Soviet Union except you can't leave in English premier league soccer in England. The players are wearing black lives matters logos on their shirts now. I want to be clear because. There are some people who want retaliatory action. Thing to be taken against baseball or the players involved. I'm not saying anyone should be. targeted. Canceled censured. Band? I'm not calling for players to be muted in anyway I'm not saying that they don't have a right to do whatever they want. I'm not saying they're overpaid or they're ungrateful. All that they should keep to themselves. Stick to playing the piano. have no outlet for meaningful expression. I'm. Merely sharing my own views and my own tastes I I don't like it I didn't enjoy it I spend all day. Thinking about politics I spend all day reading about our current predicament, you cannot avoid. There is no one in the country who has avoided people living in caves. Know what's going on. They know about corona virus, and they know about black lives matter. They know. What our move is in Shaka's think of the United States. They know what happened to George Floyd they. Stand the debates over policing. They are engaged with it. And many of them like me want to escape from that for ten minutes. So what sports something that we have solely lacked? Something the absence of which has has hurt during the coronavirus lockdown and we couldn't. We couldn't. It will visual us the whole time. This was not a one off. It's not the president throwing out the first pitch. It's not A. An appearance before the super bowl by a politician. This is going to be all season now. There is not a single. Space it seems to which one can repair and just have. A normal our. Every restaurants weird. Every supermarket is with. The news media is obsessive and now it's colonizing. Sports and I think this is an enormous shame, and I think that it undermines the purpose and the practice of a free country, which is to leave some spaces neutral. So Med exit question to you who will win the world series the Yankees the mets. Or someone else. I'll pick the field. I mean it's like. One of course, obviously, that's that's the right pick. I don't have a ton of faith in the mets this year. You know after last night it's hard to. I agree with Charlie FM Dole. Thing disturbing. It's hard to get into. Be I think. Maybe Washington will do it again. which would upset me but It's also hard to pick though. In a year where they're talking about sixteen team playoff with totally bizarre wildcard, theory, and yeah and I just. Not that? I know one thing I know it's an exit question and I'm rambling bit, but I don't think. This returner sports was doubly disappointing, because I remember the return after nine eleven and. Right away, it was it was more subtle than right. I mean obviously George Bush throughout the pitch and got a huge cheer when he act pitch as. It was somewhat unifying, though because everyone knows New York is not favorable to George W Bush and he but he. He didn't grandstand very much about his politics. Just about America and a few days later, the Big Homerun for Mike Piazza at Shea while people were wearing F., d. n., y. caps like that those were memorable moments in the crowd. was there cheering and it felt like? Something lifting up, but this was just so dour, and it really spoil the return of sport for me. Charlie. Winter similarly have. Know last night when rob Manfred was standing on that balcony, it looked like. Explaining what he's done to the game this season and The announce saying. Oh, you'd better go inside, or you might get struck by lightning. I was thinking well. That's the hope right he gets. A great chance, we had to finally rid baseball of raw manfred. I think the Yankees probably our favorites. I always want that to be true, but I do think it's true I think..
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"I think it will be the issue. The Biden is in an enviable position because he can compare what trump actually had to deal with with what he says, he would have done and the consequences that would have flown from his different approach. And it may work will weave it into his his general pitch, which will be I am calm and competent normal, and the president is not, and there are some areas in which trump is given him real ammunition here, refusing to wear a mosque for example compared to Joe, Biden assiduously, wearing moss could be seen as a sign of one. Character being serious about this. And the other, not so even if coronavirus is on the way, in which of course I hope, it will be irrespective of the politics and even if we have a vaccine, this will probably form the backbone of Joe Biden's pitch, because it is something that has affected everyone and it gives him the biggest. The biggest and most effective way of selling to the public outside of our usual political and ideological fights, the idea that he is fit on the incumbent is not. Yes I'm not gonNA say it's it's GonNa. Fade I guess the best best case you could make those GonNa. Fade is that we have the hardest hit areas have kind of herd immunity. The ones that are being hard hit now didn't know acquire it, and the feared fall. Resurgence won't come about. Because of this so I don't totally count that, but I kind of doubt it and covered so far has really. fide any sort of optimism about Kobe Japan. The optimists kind of one to heather of all ended up being a wrong at some point, so I wouldn't say but the other ones quite as top issue, it's intertwined with the economy, and the combination is going to be a the top issue so mb. Baseball is back. We had the opening of truncated baseball season with the Yankees annals game last night. shortened by rain Yankee victory for the one. Notable things want Carlos Stanton has slimmed down and has a little bit more of a baseball building little less of a bill that you just worry. He's going to constantly strained muscles that you never heard of and most mortals don't have. And the black lives matter ceremony at the beginning quasi. Religious Tadic Ism with the Voice of God Morgan Freeman type over the loudspeakers of the stadium, this sermon at about social justice, the players ridiculously holding this this long of lack, please lease piece of cloth, and then all kneeling. In in silence together, it just just goes to at least for now. I hope that it's not forever, but for now black lives matter is a huge part of the American. Civil Religion and they're basically very few. Dissenters. You know there was no one who stood during the black lives matter. Ceremony although there are players who will kneel during the national anthem. Yeah. I. Mean I think I. Mean My view is that this is? A lot of the protests culture of this year I think has been driven by not just genuine anger over George Floyd, which is totally understandable but also by lockdown by this emotionally fraught and perilous. Quarantine situation from the virus that the you know the the big thing I've learned about been pandemic is that it doesn't blot out the existing social and cultural debates. It actually intensifies them. In some way and I think what we've found also out is that. Corporate America in its entirety has been captured. By this kind of Laughed and beyond politics, at least the symbolic the symbolism of it, right, if not the substance right I mean this is what we're seeing Om ceremony on Opening Day Major League baseball the same week. We're seeing the Washington redskins. Give up their name for nothing right I mean they've. They've given up their team name and they have. They don't even have a replacement yet. Despite years of controversy, leading up to this. Sounds perfect name for our welfare? Football team. Football Team So It's astonishing to be on honestly I mean. I'm in danger of saying something nuclear here, but it's. It's kind of despairing for me to watch some of the ceremony. It's like. It's like seeing the product of forty or fifty years of cultural Herbicide spread over the country where religion history civics. moral education, all of it has withered and died in scores of millions of people and what they have is. Avoid, that is instantly filled up with federal panic when a moral panic comes. And none of the stuff is. Going, to. Substantially Change, everything it's like it's it's more like a kind of revival movement where we talk about the style of the revivalist and. The one moral topic that the revival is aimed at and It's. It's like for for those of us. Who Feel a little bit more grounded in in something reached. Deeper and richer. than the latest political news. It induces a feeling of cultural seasickness. I think to see this taking over every. Space in pop culture in life And like I, said I i. th there is there are real issues in that needs to be addressed in criminal justice reform I tend to think those are reforms of prosecutor's office more than reforms of the police, but there are problems with police and those need to be addressed. I don't think these these gestures really address that I think these gestures are addressing something fundamentally more empty. In our culture and To me, this evidence of that emptiness is actually pretty frightening. So I. I'm glad you suppose back, but. I was totally unnerved, but I'm totally unnerved by unanimity of this. Charlie also it's particularly striking just with baseball. still has iconic status, not the most popular sport anymore, but still has psychotic status as a national pastime and is more traditionalist than other sports. I found last night. Display unsettling..
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"That. It doesn't seem anyone's really nailed the tracing In the US plus the testing numbers are off the charts now worth over seven hundred thousand a day. We're live there reports of delays in results. You know if you get five days later. It doesn't do anyone a lot of good. We're leading the world in this. Say also maybe colored in that. My perceptions are partly colored by just. I was personally disgusted by some of the things, trump said even at these conferences that were supposedly good for him. I mean the the on July twenty third. You know he kind of announced the signing of the. He opened up at the Rose Garden saying like we're having. Week uniting the country against the China virus. And, then like within a few seconds he saying we signed the Hong Kong, act and You know. we're holding China accountable for Hong, Kong but then he immediately transition to saying that. You know with the with what's coming down in Hong Kong. Many people are leaving and that's kind of good because we're losing a big competitor. The head always advantages, and it had this gift of freedom, and now America's GonNa do better because on Kong is destroyed I. Mean it just. I mean he's just so often his own world sometimes, and I honestly think even. The people saying that he's done better this week. It's like we're grading on this insane. Doing three and a half years I mean really it's actually it's actually hard not to great him on a curve when you've -obituates it yourself to this man's existence in the world and in the Oval, office particularly. So. You know I think. You. Know I have to say I think he I think he'd rather be. I I think he's almost accepted failure in some ways like he's bored of Krona virus. He's bored of his job in many ways. He in January. He wanted to spend this year. Touting a great economy and it was roaring in January. And touting his agreements with Chairman, Z and picking fights with the media and having fun at rallies and he's clearly. Deflated that it's not working out this way and that he actually had to do a real job as president and I just think. I think the stink of failures on him now and I think he can wash it off unless something comes along to change the subject I. Don't know if that's the the UFO stuff. They're going to roll out or if a phone. That's the topic topic were missing. So much time discussing what we're discussing this podcast, we missed. You does I mean but I I mean honestly though it would take some. I I look at the Quinnipiac poll. October surprise can have something to do with. I think interplanetary war is about the only thing that can say. I I. Don't know I'm not. I'm particularly down on him this week. but I. I think I think he's in a tailspin on this. You say that let's say that most weeks. Republican ratings of him. His handling of chronic buyers are not good I mean. And he's just not in his element to be able to motivate the base, so I mean everyone's. Everyone is just sort of on their the edge, their seat, wondering if the anarchists in Portland or the cancel culture or something. exhaustiveness on the left will save him. That's not a position. President wants to be in his reelect year. Yes try I. Don't think he I think he got bored of the coronavirus clearly, and as part of the reason that he he wanted to turn the page, but you also would you definitely want to focus on the economy and? A restoring it but I don't think he's accepted failure in the sense that he's like I'm losing this job and I'm going down to defeat and November. I just a just. In my mind, there's no way he's not confident. He's winning again. So while I think that he has screwed up the politics of this I. Think the idea that a changed tone. Might make the difference or even that his tone. Has Been The key problem is wrong. I think that what you seeing. is a fairly normal political reaction to the continued existence of and disruption caused by corona virus and the attendant economic damage in the polling. I saw just before we started recording shows that his approval rating. Has Gone Down Five six seven points. Since February. And his disapproval rating. Has Gone Up. Commensurately I would expect that, wouldn't you? If If you had said to me at the beginning of we will be in month five. Of A pandemic. It will not have gone away. Much of the country will still be lockdown and the economy while. Showing some signs of recovery and having been bailed out by Congress will be. In its worst place for a very long time. What do you think's going to happen to the president's approval ratings I would have said. That have gone down a bit now. I'm not saying he can't help himself and morally he should. He should behave better irrespective of what it does to his political fortunes. But I'm not convinced that the with respect to the very never trump person to whom you spoke. That person sounds like a real political type like me or you or Michael or I presume many of our listeners. Try Circle Round and find out who this person is. No I'm just I'm just saying that it seems to me that we watch these things I think most normal people and I think this is great credit form their political opinions based on their late impression. How is the economy is the current of ours fight going well? Does the president have the right attitude in general, and as such I think that the biggest contributors to a trump rebound on this question will be an economy that continues to improve and the arrival of vaccine. Talk about UFO's either vaccine arrives, and if it is reliable in September or early October and we keep seeing good jobs, numbers and Congress continues. To bail out those who have been affected through no fault of their then I could see a change in the president's fortunes, but changing his tone. I don't think that's the biggest thing even as I wish. He would improve it for sense like. So exit question to you m B this juncture you. Her covid as an issue will have faded or will be the top issue in the election. I think you know. Back when this began, we were predicting that it'd be faded by August. Yeah still! Technically have time I think I think. Biden will have will make a lot of Hay with ads on. Some of the crazy things, trump said at the beginning of this crisis especially. If you know, there is as I expect, there will be a lot of turmoil and upset about the disruption of the upcoming school year, which affects millions of working parents and. Yeah, I think it's going to be. The number one issue in the election, unless as I said unless Mars attacks. and. We have something really. Really alien something beyond the China. Virus I I just think this is the issue the year..
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"Is raising awareness in the category so women. There's lots of women like me and maybe you that have been getting blowouts and figuring out our whole lives. But then there's a huge subset of women who didn't really even know where to blow out was and so now those women are starting to get blowouts which is helping all of us so in a lot of ways like I'm glad that there are other copycats and whatever because it does it does really raise awareness and I you know I do really want women everywhere to have access to it and we only have one hundred and thirty stores. It's not like we can be everywhere all the time. So you know it's like a double edge sword I guess and so in the beginning it would really like sweat it out and be like Holy Shit and begin but I think that we do have a secret sauce and there is something that we're doing that nobody else is doing. Very humbly that. I I don't get stressed about it but I certainly keep my eye on all competitors. Everybody's doing I'm sure that the people who work in Jibeir where like what they want is that they take. They want within within like certain guards. Are there basically like historically? When I worked in traditional hair salons. I was wearing like you were told to either like all blocker alway very like but I didn't want to do that. I wanted style is to have the. I wanted them to be able to express themselves but within still some confined so it was like you can wear basically our colors. You can wear black white denim. You know and yellow and any combination kind of of that. So yeah you know a that. That gives you a lot of options. I don't want you wearing bright pink because that would clash with the string but other than that you know. Silence have a lot of autonomy to what they can wear. Yeah I've noticed that because I do feel like salons and everyone's all in black and Mike okay so serious. We're not that serious. And the you know they wear the yellow apron which is like kind of like a unifier uniforms. Everybody which I like but yeah no. I like them to be able to wear what they want. I think he's Nice. Yeah I WANNA do quick speed round okay. So just answer. The first thing that comes to mind okay. What's the last thing that you bought? I just bought a jacket from the great where I'm waiting for. You had called enough to where it's awesome it's long and what was your first concert Prince. Ooh Yeah it was. It was too young and Sheena Easton was doing some really questionable things the drums. I was a little traumatized from that. But it was of fucking amazing concert. And he such a legend. What would be your last meal on earth? It's such a sad question but what would it be? Okay let's decide question but no but I think if I hear anything day meal Definitely French fries of some sort and like fried chicken. French fries and Fried Chicken. How do you fall asleep at night? Like how do you unwind? Well I tend to my kind of nighttime routine involves like transcendental meditation which I do actually in the morning and at night. It's Kinda how I start and not in my aches as soon as I wake up before like even opened my blind and then I will do it when I get home after you know more like around five six o'clock but then I you know I've I get my kids down and I'm like in bed I love to watch a TV show. Because I feel like it just takes my mind out of my reality and puts it on something else. I'll do that and then I'll usually write in my journal and then I will fall asleep to like meditation APP. There's one caller ARA it a U. OF A. You are you think. And they have great like they can be like three or seven minutes. That's usually how I when I fall asleep to. What's the most you've ever spent like a single piece of clothing? Oh Man Gosh I mean under a thousand dollars but I think I've probably spent. Oh yeah nothing. I can't make that to clarify. I was like oh not that. That's that's all. I think it's like a blazer you know like I think I have spent a lot of money on a good blazer but that's a really good staple purchase that you have for years. Yeah Yeah Cool. Spend the money on the Blazer and my last question is what era do identify with most fashion wised. I feel like like the Victorian. I love those dresses. I feel like there's a part of me that we should like. We could all like. We'RE REALLY FANCY DRESSES. That are like really cinched in other ways and like big body like the big you know. Yeah I was just. I just watched the movie legends of the fall. Do you remember that? I mean that's not quite that error but you know. They wore dresses like casually riding horses. And I'm like I'm Torian dress.
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"Hey guys it's bobby bones host the bobby bones show and I'm pretty much always sleepy because I wake up at three o'clock in the morning a couple hours later I get all my friends together so we get into a room and we do a radio show. We share our allies. We tell our stories. We try to find much good in the world if he possibly can and we looked through the news of the day that you'll care about also your favorite country. Artists are always stopping by to hang out and share their lives and music too so wake up with a bunch of my friends on ninety eight point seven W M Z Q in Washington DC or wherever the rotates you on the iheartradio APP every fascinated by this debate when you first started realizing that your oh. I'm successful. I'm like I have money like that first moment. Was there something that you remember distinctly going to buy like your Big Lake? Yeah that one. Yeah I mean I remember actually more remember my brother Michael. We we own equal shares the business and all that are like wealth or whatever has like current together so he for Christmas probably like Gosh like five years ago. Four years ago. Bought me my first. Selene bag and I almost like died and I was like Holy Shit. I have made it. I have this bag which by the way I think since sold that bag it was like the one that looks like face you know it was so popular like years ago but should have held onto it because it was a feedback lane. I know I know maybe some anyways but yeah and I remember thinking like Whoa. I made it. I've made and I didn't even buy it for myself but the fact that my brother could buy it from right and that I could carry it you know I felt really cool and excited you know and then like over the years like being able to like by. I'm still very here. When I was growing up. My parents had their own business and they had. They had moderate modest success. And my but my mom and I would go shopping every Saturday. Religiously it was like our thing and she was always like she always made me shop sales like she's like a sale shopper and it and I did it because it was my only option and she was like you know loved getting more quantity than quality. And I think because of that. It's kind of twofold because part of me like there's that is ingrained in me that I'm just going to look for a deal but then there's other part of me that's like fuck it. I'm GONNA just go. I don't WANNA I don't WanNa ship sift through all this. I just want to buy y you know which version my mom passed away a couple of years ago but I know it's like my mom my mom would be looking down being like that but there's something about being able to do that but I'm but I'm pretty pretty good about knowing my limits and I'm definitely not shopping online chanel floor when I'm shopping. I'm just I just can't it's going to think are there things twice often about shopping or bad purchase about what I'll spend? Yeah Yeah I do I really do. And you know. And I'm fortunate that I get a lot of discounts from a lot of great designers. You know we're just kind of a funny thing as you get more more successful unknown hours. That's then everybody starts doing you. Know it's like the biggest thing for your. You know my friends who have like companies and stuff. I'm like just let me pay for it. You know because I want to support and whatever but it is interesting and so promote that stuff but yet no I do think twice about I still. I think it's because of my parents and my mom and grading that it's still really hard for me to buy something that it's different. I feel like for bags and shoes because you get so much. Wear out of them but like a top that is trendy and not going to be something. I WANNA wear in a few months like I don't want to spend that much money on it but there are things that I will you know and like when I want something like really tailor fit really well which I ended up taking so much closer to Taylor anyways because I'm so short and I get things taken in all the time like reformation is also one of my favorite brands but a lot of times they have to get that stuff like taken in is. Because I'm so short you know I do that to people telling me that your stylus telling me that years ago like if you really want like you're close to look really good on you have to get them. Taylor and I'm like what what in now I get it. You know. There's things that you have to get tailored and I get. Things made a little shorter. Has I'm taller. I mean I wish Solar George I want to look taller so things have on like the cost of the tailoring like extra ever I love like reformation has really great sales I just bought a bunch of stuff speaking of shopping and trenches I just bought a bunch of stuff because they had a massive sale and it was like you know the same designs you know. So there's a couple of things I had to get tailored but yeah. I think it's so exciting when there's a brand that I love. That has a sale sample sale. I go crazy for the Ghani Sale. I don't know if you love gone. I have bought some of their stuff but I love their stuff I I have a nine month old baby and good. Oh thanks all the moms so when I was probably in my ninth month misses a story but I was in my ninth month and there is a huge Ghani sale like online and I was like holy like the prices were insane like like three hundred dollar dresses. We're like fifty five dollars and like I was so excited that I bought. I just put everything in a cart. I figured like okay. I'll wear like after the baby weight and I told my husband. I'm more excited for this guy. And he was like. Oh Jesus today Mary what. I'm more excited for this sale. Like I was I get it. I feel you like the damn baby coming out I was. It's weird how I think. Shopping is a high. You get idea if you love it. I love it too and I get such a high for me because I think the psychology of it is that there's an excitement about like how you're gonNA look and how you're ultimately gonNA feel I've also like in the last couple of years made myself like not by something unless I'm so excited to wear. I WOULD WANNA wear it right now because I used to find. I'd be like maybe and I like this but I'm not sure but I'm like no. No that's the tabligh it unless you're like. I want to put it on right now. Where the store? That's so funny I always say that. Would you wear this right now? The answer is yes it. Would you buy this right now? Like the answer's Yes. Whatever your by exactly and I find myself like Nordstrom. The other day I was I had a bunch of stuff and I was going to buy it and then there was like a long line and then I was like tear. Really need this mosaic. Put Back I do that too. I feel like if there's a long line decide well if I love this stuff alway always tell how much you love is thing when you're like oh they'll lines to putting it back. Yeah I did not need to own that item and it was like another pair of jeans and like another t shirt I was like. Do I really need this. No no exactly I talking about money as women especially can be so awkward and so weird but I'm also like very curious about like women's habits as they as they get more money. Yeah and I'm wondering how after after you came super successful like what are you. Spend your money on like apart from clothing like what you love to. Yeah what do you like I on? Well I mean I think it is interesting. You're right because I feel like women are. Don't talk about this stuff and you know one of my good friends. Jamie who started a cosmetics and she was on the cover cosmetic yeah. It's it's amazing company. And she was on the cover for being Forbes or one of those magazines for one of the richest women and and I was like. It's not make you uncomfortable to be on there for people to know and she was like a did. I resisted it for a long time. She's like but then I started to feel like I want to own it and to be okay for women to talk about the fact that they have wealth. Whatever and I know it's so interesting I think for me. I get a little weird with it because I have older kids and I don't know I worry about trying to kidnap them. I'm so weird about that because I've heard that I wouldn't have thought of that. Yeah well because we were on vacation a couple years ago. I think we're in New Zealand and we had a driver who has had driven the founder the founder but one of the family members now running in and out Burger and she had a bodyguard with her because he was telling us his whole story how she has a bodyguard. 'cause she has kids and she's had. I mean there were billions. I mean I'm though we're like mountain or in the vicinity of her. What she has but that they you know they go everywhere the bodyguard. They've had kidnapping threats. You know so I'm like I don't really want to put it out there so I really would not have thought of that. And that that's like a real thing to manages known business is how I feel about it and I've been asked to be lots of different lists about that kind of stuff and I'm like I always turn it down. I think it's one thing to talk about it. Like this is forum and talk about the things that I like to do to put my exact net worth and all of that out for the world. See just it makes me. It's not what you're into. Yeah and it's not that I don't. I'm not proud of it. I mean obviously I have a lot of success and I've you know my life and my lifestyle has changed and you know. I'm proud of that but I also don't think that it's any anybody's business to know anybody's not worth really frankly but but to answer your question and to backtrack a bit. I I do think what I what I spend my money on besides shopping. Enclose is also a lot of wellness. I mean I we started this new concept called squeeze and it's kind of a joke because I'm like am I still the number wrong simmer because I'm there so much and that was always a thing for me. Which is why we started this concept reporter. Why we saw it started because getting a massage to me is like one of my favorite things to do to relax. So you know I. I spend my money a lot on. Well is I go. I get like all the face treatments. You know I go to Shawny Darden I asked GonNa Keep Somerville and I do you know every like all the things the lasers the Micronesia and appeals. Do all that Shit and you know and to me like some of that stuff is very expensive but that is important to me and it's like it makes me feel better when my skin is like Khloe and as I'm getting older it's like that stuff is important to me so I will spend money on that and a lot of wellness stuff and like I go to a regular and I'll spend money on. That's important to me too so a lot of like wellness things seen. I went to a retreat last year in Nashville. It's called onsite where it's like a week long. You totally like they. They take your phone. You're like out in the middle of the Wilderness and doing a lot of therapy and healing. And whatever and again this is part of the year I had and it was expensive but I was like there's really nothing more worth it than like my mental well like health and wellbeing. So you know. I'm big into spending money on like self care and wellness retreat. Sounds amazing. All Mine I go. It was life. Changing for me is really great. Really Yeah I mean it's again for me. It was like I was going through a divorce. And just you know kind of suffering from my situational depression and just having to deal with all of that and and so it was just a really tough time and I was doing. I mean I still go to therapy and do all of that stuff but it was a really good like break to like take a step out of my life detach and and you know. Get some like mental clarity.
"first pitch" Discussed on What I Wore When
"A friend of a friend of mine. My friend Sarah Gibson Tuttle. I don't know if you know her. She's all of June founder. Very good friend of mine and she's got amazing fashion sense and we have so many jokes about her. Introducing me does ARA which is not true but anyways inside joke but anyway she is friends with the founder. This woman sally who started Arjun and they make beautiful blazers and I and they agreed is like they this one that they sent me like hot pink and I wanted something recently and everybody went crazy. You know it's such a made such a statement so I think that you can still have. I Love I love. I love a blazer. I wore a bright pink suit on shark tank. I liked. I liked that tailored look too. So it Kinda you know. I got all over the place with but I do like something. That's bold. That doesn't blend in. I guess is the best way to put it. Do you consider yourself a shopper. Oh my God you are impediment. God it's like you know and I went through phase. I have to say I mean not to get too heavy to hear but divorce last year and before that I was I feel like my shopping had gotten really out of control and I feel like my brother. He's always a all. This shopping is to fill a void or a hole in your life and it just made me so defensive and I'm like that's not true and then this past year I was going through my divorce I was like I don't really have desire to shop. Anywhere is just like a very emotional spiritual healing you year for me and my shopping habits like chilled out a little bit and I was kind of like sad and down and now I'm in a much better place than I am. I have started shopping again like crazy. I just love passion and clothes and I wish I and I love. I love days where I have like several events and have to change outfits in the middle of the day. Love that too. Yeah it's like I just love being a girl I love clothes and changing it up and I love seeing what other people are wearing. I constantly take ideas from what other people are doing wearing and try them on myself me too. That's the best. Yeah and I ask people all the time g like. Where's that from wherever I get that like your necklace? I'M GONNA I'M GONNA go get that necklace. Tony not to though I feel no shame. Walking to and makes people feel really good too. I mean I I encourage anybody who's listening to this like it feels really nice when someone comes up to you and says I love that or you look great or whatever it is. You know it's like it can brighten somebody's Day and then you can find that Pete that shirt or whatever you feel like it has to be real though I hate when people. I just have a thing where I can tell when people compliment me no reason. I know what you mean. Somebody once said to me. I'll never forget this. I was shopping in a store. And one of the salesgirls it was like. Oh my God I love your t shirt. It was a white t shirt that had mustard on it from the Chinese. Like a few minutes before she did not love. My teacher was a yeah it was authentic and I love it and I was like you don't love it. Be Real about it. Yeah but if you really love something like I gravitate toward it and be like. Where'd you get that Taiwan somebody to invent like an APP where you can like? Hold up your phone to like with someone's wearing and like it'll pop up where he came from and how you can buy it. It's amazing I feel we're versions of that. Have tried to the Awesome Meteo. But it's not quite there yet and I want it so bad. I know I'm such instagram shopper. Constantly buying stuff that I see and I don't care. I know people like our so freaked out like you know instagram. And all these you know social media platforms are targeting. You and they know the things that you like. Yeah freaks people get but I kinda love it. I'm like I we all the cute boots I wanNA see. What's New York and they also Google? Because I find that like I've been doing a lot more? Follow a lot of like wellness people. But I've been googling a lot about wellness and all of a sudden. I'm seeing instagram ads for various vitamins and supplements. And it's frigging hello. I'm googling a lot because I have neck pain and all of a sudden these pillow and I buy them to sucker issues such a consumer and you know my ex husband was in advertising and he gets his kick out of the fact that like I would believe anything I saw like on. Tv or commercial an atom. Like Oh this thing does getting it. And he's like really do that. I'm like does Mazda shop every day not every day you know. I feel like at this point. It goes in like what's the word it was gonNA say splurges like every couple of like. I'll see something and then I'll go on like a little bit of a spree like I literally just and I also love when like new things. New BRANDS COME OUT LIKE REBECCA. Taylor is one of my favorite designers and they just I saw something where they have like all new arrivals and I mean I went through their site like picked out like twelve things. Holy Shit. There's so many things I like and you know. How are your favorite designers like some seasons? You like some seasons you. Don't I mean the her season this now right now is is so amazing? You should look at their site. This stuff is so herself is so good. And so and then my the great they came out with a bunch of new stuff so I kind of tend to like jump on things when there's like the new collections. Come out and I load up and then I tend to like take a break for a while and like. I haven't bought new shoes in a while. I'm Kinda do for new shoes but I'm I'm such a boot girl. I want to wear boots every exam. Ready FOR LA to get cooler. Where so if you're let's say today you're going to get a new pair boots. Where would you go or what say would you look at I? Well I have so many boots from Nina being to know her. Gosh she makes the best boots. Yeah her stuff is super like I literally probably have like a boots from her. And she's the nicest most humble gracious giving person ever but you're alike not above like going into Zara. No No. I'm such like hi Lo Shopper. You know it's like today like what I'm wearing these. This shirt was from Planet Blue. And it's kind of expensive but gene. Frazar but then I'm wearing golden goose sneakers so right it's a mix of of Sophon. Yeah like I will. I still get excited when I go into target and by who what where I love with. Those girls are doing great stuff. It's great yeah so I'm you know I'm all over the board.
"first pitch" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
"You know if you're a Christian here better know why you believe what you believe. We're in a culture that doesn't believe in truth. We believe that you can create your on reality as you go. We're in a hostile environment indeed. We're in Athens were not in Jerusalem and we need to know how to minister as Paul Seventeen as heated in Athens and that's simply means for all of you to know why you believe what you believe to be able to give to every man answer a reason for the hope the rest within you. If you're not a Christian here here's the message I have for you and you reject Jesus Christ for simply wanted to rebel against the Holy God you know as president but don't ever say that Christianity is false. Irrational does not have the evidence behind it because when you pursue truth you'll end up at the cross of Jesus Christ because he is truth in Kearns.
"first pitch" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
"Today speaker Frank Pass story a really inspires me because he's one of those super smart people who scoffed at Christianity until he actually studied the claims of Christ and then he saw the truth well there is that old old sing as long as there's breath. There's hope and I do appreciate that that's right and in francs case he had made it to the top a major league baseball contract but he felt empty inside and then the Lord intervened in his life and really got his attention and that's the story you'll hear today and in fact it's captured in his book shattered struck down but not destroyed and I'd love to send that out to you for a gift of any amount as you support what we're doing here at focus on the family sadly after several years as a Christian talk show host frank died after a tragic motorcycle accident and we miss him he and I had ridden together several times in the mountains here in Colorado and we'll talk more more about that at the end of francs message okay for now here's Frank Pasteur. He's speaking.
"first pitch" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"We'd me like, yes, so then I had to find the perfect person to write it with, and that would be Josh Osborne. So here we are. So how long until he says, hey, I'm going to record it until you finally hear the final version of it. Like when it's produced from that, like on the record. It was a while. Lena single record to hear it a lot sooner than than normal. But I would say, you know, couple months and then I still haven't heard on the radio yet. How about the players that don't you worry about this? So I love the song even before I knew Jesse Alexander was the writer jesse's do best. And so what you're singing on this too, right? Yes. Come on. You want to know about this long. She wrote him. Yeah, she wrote Dr chart. Leib rice. Role she wrote, Blake, mom online will be used. Can't shouting and she wrote the climb from Ali Cyrus. There's always going to be in the about that one right there. Did you bring that one back? Your macaroni? Classic. Good one now that I hear it again, I'm like, oh, he's the, she plays the climb. It sounds like. Oh, yeah, sh, no, no, no, Jesse does. Yeah. Hello. Thank you. Probably does. Okay. Hey, listen, Jesse. Congratulations on this big old. Awesome song. I loved it before I even knew you're part of it. Now love it even more. I'm gonna make sure you hear it on the radio right now. So I'm going to hang up on you. Okay. All right. There's Jesse Alexander. One of my favorite writers also episode sixty three. The Bobby casts. On the phone now is Arkansas key. Hey, good morning. Morning. Stepdad, we went to Chicago and what's cubs game together throughout the first pitch. We're both die hard fans. He has the cubs tattooed on his right shoulder. Is it your today? Yeah. So what did you think about that. Great day, right? Pretty fifty. Cargo Kevin Kevin game. game. I mean, I thought it was great. What did you think about going on the field. I loved it. Man fail. What can I say? Chicago. You're in the fan. Yeah. So it's, what are you saying? Arkansas, Keith. Some of your buddies back home. Could they've believe what you were going to do. I didn't really tell that many about them. I've been brag about since I got into. Okay. Well, now that you're back. Yeah, I'm I'm really loving it at. Fun. Trio great drip. How do you think bobby's pitch was being his step-dad for so many years? Like we're you for you? Super proud of him like his actual pitch actual picture. I want him to blaze it, but you know. Would like just harder. I'm Keith. I thought he did a good job like just making sure it got to the to the catcher's glove. I thought it was perfect. I said, boys it and don't put it in a nerd. But you know, he, he, he didn't know what he felt he was. So I went out and thought I want to enjoy the moment. I don't wanna be nervous about going. I possibly can Arkansas gates at blazes. It boys. To tell you this too. I think Arkansas has a bit of a warped memory because he thinks a much better athlete than I'm really was. Credit man. You you great. Outfielder and first baseman. I, I remember the day, you know, no armed Harley, but yeah, give yourself credit..