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Attorney General Eric Schmitt Jumps Into Missouri U.S. Senate Race
"Eric schmidt the current attorney general of missouri joins me attorney general. Smith how are you this morning. I'm doing great by the way that may be the greatest bumper music. Intro is had with that song. So i appreciate that. It is right that you praise me. You're lucky i didn't do joy division so we'll do great great great to be with you. That's terrific and of course as an alumni missouri. I lived in near parkfield. Kansas barfield near kansas city. When i was a kid i was young. Everyone in missouri so genuine and open and honest. I felt i had to go to california. Because i just didn't fit in but look you're running for senate there and tell us how that's going. It's going great. I mean we we announced senator blunt is is retiring and announce that in in early march. I believe and we came out of the gate and and made an announcement and We are first quarter. We had a record breaking fundraising quarter Sort of supporting missouri's than strong. I've won statewide a couple of times by some big margins. But i think more than anything. People are responding the idea. They wanna fighter in washington. Dc they want reinforcements to save america. And i been my record as attorney general. I mean we've been as active as anybody back into radical agenda. We were very active in supporting president trump. And the america first agenda so whatever the issue was election integrity pushing back on these this radical immigration policy that joe biden. This pursuing you led to this twenty one year surge. We've got an argument last week in texas on a very important case on the remaining mexico policy Pushing back on the social quote unquote social costs of greenhouse gases policy from do biden people in fighters and so we're pushing back on. Hr warmer pushing back on track. We spoke with pushing back on these days. It's all those sorts of things Because i do believe that if you look around feels like our country and our culture slipping away and you need people's understand who. We know who they are lifelong conservatives willing to go fight that good fife
Northern Lights: Alaska Teen Shocks With Olympic Swim Gold
"Lydia Jacoby steals the spotlight on Tuesday morning in Tokyo the seventeen year old from Seward Alaska takes home the gold in the hundred meter breaststroke defending champion Lilly king added a bronze for team USA well I've always been a huge role model for me I in Rio I was twelve so I was I was little I was watching her swim so this is really incredible to be able to swim next to her Americans want two more bronze medals in the pool Reagan Smith finished behind Australian sensation Kaylee McEwan in the women's one hundred metre backstroke while Ryan Murphy rounded out the podium in the same event for the man I'm Danny cap
Tokyo Olympics Day 3 Highlights
"Lydia Jacoby steals the spotlight on Tuesday morning in Tokyo the seventeen year old from Seward Alaska takes home the gold in the hundred meter breaststroke defending champion Lilly king added a bronze for team USA Americans want two more bronze medals in the pool Reagan Smith finished behind Australian sensation Kaylee McEwan in the women's one hundred metre backstroke while Ryan Murphy rounded out the podium in the same event for the man and Katie is a fierce winds the bronze the claim team USA's third ever medal in the women's triathlon I'm Danny cap
Carlie Brucia's Killer, Joseph Smith, Dies in Florida Prison
"Of killing an 11 year old girl in Sarasota in 2004, has died at a Florida prison. The 55 year old Smith was on death row for the 2004 murder of Carlie Brucia. No cause of death was released. Green Cove Springs born Olympian
Pokemon Live-Action Series in Early Development at Netflix
"We have breaking news team. That i think you're to be very interested in this comes from variety as an exclusive arc written by joe waterson pokemon among live action series is in early development at net flicks from lucifer's joe henderson. Yeah a new. Pokemon series is an early development and netflix variety has learned exclusively from sources as the project is still in. Its early days. No details are available about the plot. However sources say that joe henderson is attached to write and executive produce henderson currently serves as co show runner and executive producer on the popular netflix series that lucifer which is what. What is your answering lucifer. I've got so many. I've got so much experience doing lucifer. I can take on polk about no problem. Pika chew the devil. What's the difference which is appearing to air its sixth and final season. The streamer sources. Also say that the project would be a live action series akin to detective piquiachu film starring ryan reynolds injustice smith that was released in two thousand nineteen wrestler net flicks. Andersen did not immediately respond to varieties request for comment. The moved to develop original netflix. Spokeman series comes as a streamer has made itself the home to multiple or no. I'm getting ads on this page. Scroll back most existing pokemon shows including pokemon indigo league and pokemon journeys among others. Netflix has also been making a strong push into anime. In recent years having previously announced original series based on far cry splinter. Cell and terminator. Netflix has been moving into more. Live action -tations of anime titles as well including the upcoming cowboy bebop in one live action
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
Red Sox Break up No-Hitter in Eighth, Storm Back for Improbable Win Over Yankees
"Jody. Sunday night Baseball in Milwaukee. They go to the top of the fifth inning and the White Sox on top of the Brewers three Lance win a two run single for the White Sox elsewhere. We go to Showtime in Minnesota. Show. He swings and drives the ball deep in the right field, And that one is out of here. It's been a while between home runs for show. Hey, that is number 35 of the season Major league High and today in Minneapolis. Sunday is show time. It's 32 Angels was Terry Smith on Angels radio. The Angels beat the Twins 62. Elsewhere Mariners over the ages. 4 to 3. The Dodgers beat the Rockies three to Will Smith Homer in the bottom of the eighth. The Cubs beat the Diamondbacks 5 to 1 giant six Pirates won it Astros beat the Rangers 31 Royal six Tigers one Indians Over the race, 32 Cardinals beat the Reds 10 6 the Mets over the Blue Jays. 5 to 4. Marlins nine, Padres three The Red Sox rally past the Yankees, 5 to 4 Yankees up for nothing going to the bottom of the eighth. The Mayor Herman with a no hitter it's broken up with the Red Sox scored five of the eighth to win it. 5 to 4. It was the Phillies over the Braves, 2 to 1. The Orioles beat the Nationals 5 to 4. The
"Triad of Comedy" featuring Don Friesen, Steve Smith, and "Mr. Bullhorm" Glen Super Show #75 - burst 01
"Right now one of the funniest on the road ladies and gentlemen. Here's done freezing talking appliances in the next couple of years ago but talk to your kitchen. Is that gonna help our lives. Life done goofy burke. Microwave say cook you say how hot the blender and the toes we'll keep you up on that was Losing weight and have fridges pissed. Cheer loud he took it wrong. Going to couples. Counseling blender with issues. You know enough cities with your toaster. On the dr phil show. So you're just and he just want to come home. Have your bread all ready to go up. They know understand guys. Never see that coming like Yeah that's pretty much what i do. Who do you think you like a dr phil. Alarm clock heavy great. How can you sleep through that. You need to wake up. You need to wake up. Wake up this news more than twice as war. Were you walk in the jimmy j. christmas. Did i miss a turn off to crazy town here
Tennis Star Osaka Lights Tokyo Olympics Cauldron as Games Open
"Opening ceremony was this morning our time Naomi Osaka lit the cauldron. Keep in mind Japan 13 hours ahead of eastern time. So for example, every day Noon. The next day in Tokyo is 11 P.m. eastern. Here.
Frito-Lay Strike Could End as Workers Vote on a New Labor Agreement
"Workers who have been striking in Topeka, Kansas, for more than two weeks are voting today on a new labor agreement. Frank Morris of member station K. C U R reports the proposed contract eases some working conditions at the plant and would raise salaries, but those concessions may not be enough to compete in a tight labor market. Union strong Oh, one thing you learn, talking to the strikers outside the sprawling Frito Lay plant Topeka, the people who make Cheetos, Fritos and chips they can work similar long hours. I am a very hardworking woman. I work like him. Helen Teeter done up in a bright red shirt. Big white hat says she has very little time for family. I have no time to go work for them because I've been working seven days a week. Like 84 hours a week. 84 hours a week, Peter says the money's good up to double the normal $20 an hour wage with overtime. In a statement, Frieda Lee says only about 2% of its Topeka workers average more than 60 hours a week. But the company routinely forces workers to pick up extra hours and to skip scheduled days off even those with seniority like Marlon Smith. I've been here 22 years and I still get force for seven days a week. Maybe, like two or 3, 12 2 or 3 12 hour shifts. The contract Smith and others are voting on today would guarantee one day off a week. It would also end what workers call suicide shifts. 2 12 hour shifts with only eight hours in between. There's a proposed 4% raise over the next two years. But there may not be enough workers have more leverage now, and the signs of that are impossible to miss. They just put this up last week. We were out here We watched him put it up. Brad Wiese is pointing out a new billboard just across from the free delay plant Right where the picketers stand it, says the JM Smuckers company now hiring multiple position shift and pay rates, comprehensive benefit packages, So that's pretty much telling us. Hey, Come on out. We says at least half a dozen companies are actively recruiting disgruntled Frito Lay workers if they can't get the contract they want today for
Raptors, Magic Make Offers to Cavaliers For No. 3 Pick in Draft
"Orlando Magic in Toronto. Raptors to both made offers to the Cleveland Cavaliers for the third pick, or a Thursday, the 4th pick. And then some interesting players, the magic have the 5th and 8th pick and again, some interesting players that they could throw in a trade. So that's kind of kind of something to watch their that song. There's where you gotta pay an exorbitant price cuz you're only moving up a couple spots but that to me says that they have their eyes on, you know, somebody falls out of mobile er Suggs or green off. So they they there's probably somebody specific there. My guess is what we would ultimately see there is that would be a targeted move
NFL Raises Pressure on Players to Get Vaccinated
Finding the Meaning in the 2020 Pew Study With Tema Smith
"To some extent the genesis of judaism unbound in a bit of roundabout way as the previous pew study. That came out in two thousand thirteen. Took us a few years to our act together and start the podcast but it was kind of jumping off that understanding of the jewish community as looking different from the way a lot of people thought it did and facing that optimistic way in a lot of people were reading about it and we were whatever. The opposite of fretting is we were. We were ready to embrace this and figure out what it all means and we wanted to have you on starting to talk based on the two thousand twenty p study because he wrote this great piece or put together this great piece to think about how the data of the study could be presented in a way that would give it a different reception. Let's say within the jewish community. So could we start with you just describing a little bit about some of the examples of what you put out there and also like what motivated you to do this. Yes shera so one of the things that really stuck with me. After the last few study was how the data was presented where there was actually what it was showing was actually an increase in for example jewish identification for children of interfaith families and things like that but the data was being presented as doomsday scenario. That you know Children of interfaith families are less likely to be jewish and so when this time around the study came out. That was the first chart i looked for. And guess what it said the same thing but the chart had said intermarried parents much less likely to be raising their children jewish and i looked at it and actually it looks like the numbers had gone up from the previous time and yet we were still telling the doomsday narrative and it was very clear to me. They're the majority of jews who have married somebody of a different background or raising their children. Jewish this is a very different picture than comparing to a jewish jewish couple
Alabama SEC Football Predictions for 2021
"Feel like discussions of national championship should be perfect segue when we looked to break down the defending champion from season ago and paint. I don't think it'll surprise anybody. When you look at alabama fan duel sportsbook there less than two to one to win the national title there an overwhelming favorite to come out of the sec west at minus four fifty. And when you look at their win total. It's eleven and a half shaded to the younger. Of course we know that the most electric offense that we've seen in tuscaloosa will not bring back a lot of their key. Playmakers nausea harris and of course devante smith taking their talents to the nfl combining for fifty five touchdowns last year. Mack jones get gone of course as well. But it's rare if you're a team in college football you bring in two former. Nfl head coaches and bill. O'brien and doug marrone to help pass the baton to the next heir-apparent embrace young under center. I don't know how much they're actually going to do. Or how much you actually want him to do. Listen nick listen. Nick and hope that they can keep players on the straight narrow that are collecting seven figure paydays at least on the books under an i l. arrangements compared to Bitcoin trust and everything else. They used to collect in the past the one thing with alabama that they've adhered to under this offensive. Change the last few years is that our offense is not changing. If you're coming into the sabin rehab program you're going to adapt to our offense or guys aren't constantly learning new systems and it seemed work but when i look at alabama's dominant they've been with nick. Sabin the only one back to back championships wants it. Feels like with his system. Continuity plays a large role. And that's something alabama's offense that you alluded to just doesn't have this season now. No one's feeling bad for alabama the way they were crew. But you're replacing. Six players drafted in the first twenty four picks five on offense and totally replacing three starters along the line to starting receivers a tight end and a quarterback and it's not just the players four offensive assistance. Four offense of analysts. They've all moved on. So alabama's offense is gonna regress. That is not a question. It's happening the real question for me. Is how large dip.
Stroman 1-Hit Ball for 8 Innings, Smith Slam, Mets Beat Reds
"Marcus Stroman was terrific in the Mets seven nothing win over the Reds allowing just one hit and one walk while striking out seven over eight innings Stroman gave the bullpen a break after New York starters had worked just five innings over the previous three games any time I could come in and be a huge sense of relief and go deep into games and kind of give up okay and kind of a little bit time to relax especially going into the off day I think that's awesome and I think we'll see those guys we allow fresh from Friday Dominic Smith highlighted the offense with a grand slam following three straight singles by the Mets to begin the third Lewinski or may hit his first home run of the season a two run blast Jonathan V. are also went deep for the Mets who handed the Reds their fifth loss in six games Jeff Hoffman took the loss allowing five runs over four innings I'm Dave Ferrie
Should Military Members Have a Vaccine Mandate?
"Now congressman. I advance the proposition in the washington. Post yesterday. The military ought to require vaccinations for the virus of every member in uniform including every government employees. Did oh the national guard. I don't know if that's come up before haski yet. But i am concerned not about the dealt or even the epsilon variant but variants down the road that might be vaccine evading and even more very lynch and target young people etc. Has that been discussed. What do you think about that mandate because the military when you were marine. I'm sure they didn't ask for your permission to give vaccines. It has been discussed by the chairman. Adam smith and i believe if memory serves he sympathetic to your argument. I'm not there yet. upset couldn't be persuaded. I just i. I certainly think the vaccine should be readily available for every active duty service member in reservists. Who wants to get it but for me to be convinced that a twenty two year old in the prime of his health needs to be mandated to get the vaccine. I've just not there right now. But it's certainly something that's being debated on the armed services committee and certainly we don't want the delta variant to sweep through the armed services find his way on an aircraft carrier a fight his way onto a destroyer and make combat ineffective the already stressed naval force. We have out there at something. We absolutely need to be on guard against. I myself am vaccinated. I think the vaccine is a remarkable technology. I think it's a remarkable accomplishment of the trump administration. That's my choice That's the choice. My wife and i made a together. We feel very comfortable and safe with the whole thing. I've done my best to promote it. But at the end of the day. I get hesitant win. For example the left suggests we need to vaccinating children in schools. I thought dr. Marty mccarey made a very persuasive argument wall street journal this week. That the data just aren't there to suggest we need to now. I know that's a different issue. Hugh than the military being the accident. I don't want complete those two arguments. But i have a little bit of hesitancy when we start to talk about mandates for the vaccine at the same time i wanted to everything possible to promote the vaccine which again i think is a technology. That's not just gonna help us now. But it's going to unlock a ton of subsequent scientific
Mets Smash 7 Homers, Shake off 4 Errors in Wild 15-11 Win
"The Mets blasted seven home runs it needed every one of them to beat the Cincinnati Reds fifteen to eleven in eleven innings I'm not scored five in the top of the eleventh including a three run Homer by Kevin Polari in a solo shot by Michael Conforto to finally secure the win after the rent to tie the game with runs in the bottom of the ninth and tenth innings Conforto also homered earlier along with Tom Smith Pete Alonso Jeff McNeil and James McCann the cans came as a pinch hitter in the eighth inning yes it was up and down a lot of the changes but I don't think guys waiver for one minute think guys you know can I guess I just kept chipping away the reddit now lost all four games since the all star break I'm John Merriam
Willow Smith Shaves Head Onstage During ‘Whip My Hair’ Performance
"A shaved head. Careful girl. Look at what happened to Brittany. Oh, whilst performing at her Facebook live event will owing concert lately I feel everything. She shaved her head while singing her 2010 hit. I whip my hair and behind the scenes clips, she said she has shaved her head to other times in her life, she noted. Whenever she does decide to make the chop, she says it at It's a really monumental times in her life. This comes a week after her mom, Jada Pinkett Smith, revealed that she shaved her head to an
"g smith" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner
"Alot everybody and welcome back one and all to the office deep dive. I am your host brian. Baumgartner and i am so excited to present to you. My interview with phyllis smith and guys. This episode is truly one of my favorites. Ever not only because phyllis is obviously wonderful bud because i finally finally got to have my oprah moment. Here's what happened as some of you may know phyllis did not start out as an actor. No phyllis was actually allison's casting associate on the office but she was just so perfect. That greg daniels and ken compass decided to castor and obviously she went on to be an incredible part of our insufferable so fillon had worked together. Many years become very very close friends but they don't get to see each other very often these days. So when i was going to be interviewing phyllis i said to alison alison. Why don't you come in. You guys can talk about casting and then i can talk with phyllis about you know her progression through the show and but let's surprise her. Don't tell phyllis that you're going to be there. And as you will hear right now it was just the best moment so Oh i'm so excited. Let's roll the tape. Bubble and squeak.
"g smith" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"Hi everyone this is. Kelly and this is too broad talking politics and i am excited to have on with me. A returning guest a with me. Today is erica. smith who is running for. Us senate from north carolina in two thousand twenty. Two hi erica. Hi good evening. How are you yeah. I am delighted to have you back. I looked back in last time we talked was not quite two years ago so the whole world has changed since then yes. I believe we talked in the fall of twenty nineteen. i believe. yeah yes. That's uncertainty twenty twenty primary in north carolina. It's always early. It's march right. Yeah yes so. You ran In twenty twenty in the primary against That would've been against thom tillis and now this seat is Is going to be an open seat in. Twenty twenty two Because senator richard. Burr has said that he is retiring. Yes so it will be a wide open seat. And we're very excited. We know a we are well positioned to win this race and flip north carolina blue. Finally yes excellent so just in case our listeners. Don't remember all the way back to last time. We talked to me just a little bit about yourself. And your background okay. I would love to. I'm democratic challenger for north us senate in north carolina. I am a three term north carolina. State senator i represent in rural district in northeastern north carolina. It's a beautiful place to call home. And so before senate district. Three was six counties four. It was eight counties and now it's six counties and so i am just delighted to have served the state of north carolina for the last twenty years. I started off in local leadership grassroots leadership. I worked my way up through every level of party leadership from precinct. Air to county party chair. Democratic women chair african american caucus chair and so had a lot of work doing grassroots organizing in north carolina. And so i worked for twelve years getting people good. Democrats strong democrats elected up and down the ticket and as a public school educator challenged by many of the fellow advocates and those in the social justice arena to run for north carolina. Senate so i did just that in two thousand fourteen. I was elected being the first african american woman to serve this district since the last two hundred and forty two years. So we're excited about that and From there i served in the north carolina senate for three terms and i ran for. Us senate in twenty twenty. I was the second highest vote earner in march of twenty twenty and so i almost earned about a half million votes. It was four hundred. Seventeen thousand votes. Believe and i came in second place in the democratic primary But mary was a difficult one There was a lot of out. Side influence undue influence a lot of tipping. The scale eyelid incumbent. Gop senator thom tillis in every poll all the national polls statewide polls and i read led him by the widest margins. And so what we're excited about is that we have leveraged in pivoted from twenty twenty We are in quite a different place today. So much has changed. In our nation in our state in the last eighteen months with the pandemic with the social justice protests and so we are primed to be the one to take our voices and values to washington dc. Yeah so talk to me. Some about north carolina north carolina. Is this this purple state. Keep she knows where to red purple. What's going on there. And you know what. What is it that that is happening in. North carolina where we see some things happening at the state level and you know that a different kind of election at the federal level. What what are the kinds of things. That are really driving. North carolina voters. What gets them out to the polls. What gets them excited right. Well north carolina. We are longing for the day that we will be true carolina blue and then this cycle the twenty eighteen map was politically gerrymandered and so before that the. Us supreme court found that the district's were racially gerrymandered. So we have a republican majority in the north carolina house in the north carolina senate. Our council of state is about fifty fifty. We have a democratic governor. We have a republican. Lieutenant governor we have democratic ag we have republicans treasurer we have democratic treasurer of state in state auditor. And we have a republican Labor commissioner and so when we look at the dynamics of what we're up against north carolina we are purple state We flip races In council of state it's about fifty fifty but the house has been led by the gop. Senator two thousand nine and since two thousand nine. There have been extreme challenges with voter suppression the redistricting that i spoke about before there was a monster voter. Id bill which the courts termed the was the with surgical precision. African americans were disenfranchised from voting and it was the worst gerrymandering racial gerrymandering voter suppression seen says jim crow segregation so that lets you know how bad it is in north carolina. That's the dynamic that we're challenged with and so we currently now have two. Us senators who are republican Thom tillis narrowly beat cal. Cunningham in november We thought that we were going to win that race There was some certain challenges at the end but sadly the twenty twenty election showed that Every black woman who ran lost in the general election and the sad reality is that we got to have some candid and courageous conversations about support of black women who are the base of the democratic party in north carolina. And we need to have that support and being the face of the party in the upper ballot..
"g smith" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Nola eric and i have been working with them for a little while eric longer than i did. I mean super impressed with the video that they put up there eric. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you so much for having me. Dr drew and i say i so glad to see you on the men from the throne. It's getting there. It's slow but you are slow as the word it's like it's like a head injury so having had really bad concussion traumatic brain injury or something but they are telling your story. I'll sit back and utah though the whole tail. Okay all right here we go. So i'll try to give the abridged version of interest given the neck deal. I think i think it's it's very illustrative. it's very instructive. And it's very fascinating. All right sounds good. Thank you dr drew so as doctors said my name is eric smith. Thirty eight years of age right now on the mental health advocate and public speaker and also a graduate of something cold assisted outpatient treatment also known as not get into what that is a little bit. Basically what i do. I advocate through testifying in support of legislation that i believe in like the creation and strengthening of not also by writing and by public speaking at conferences around the country. That's that's pre pandemic of course right now as you know The entire world for the most part is uh stuck on zoom or something. Like it I i communicate about my tragedies and triumphs being diagnosed with a forms of smi for for folks alto acronym go ahead but i'm on it so sem. I known as serious mental illness or severe mental illness but it entails a my diagnoses Over the years have changed. I that will be part of the story as well and i was Originally diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Very early on in my life very early on a play about a mid teens so At that point My parents of course they took me to A doctor psychiatrist figure out what's going on with our son you know meet what's going on with our son was happening. I yeah the excellent question and it's It's those red flags that parents are told by school counselors and teachers to look for and that is. My grades started slipping very quickly. I was being sent to the principal's office for disrupting class Just doing what we do into the class yet. You know the first time. I got sent to the principal's office. I can honestly tell you like. I'll i'll bet you're obviously audience decide if this was appropriate but this is how i i ended up there so i was in a math class middle school and You know i was having trouble. Focusing and so at the time was really interested in songs and song lyrics and green day was huge at the time. so a friend of mine and i. We were writing down lyrics to basket case to sort of like compare like are we hearing the same things because of course at that time. I'm a dinosaur right now. And so. The internet wasn't really a thing where you could look at song lyrics. So i'm sitting there on writing the lyrics to a green day's basket case. A teacher sees that i'm not paying. Attention comes up looks but i'm writing reads. It sees the word whore in it. Because that's part of the lyrics sends me right sends me right to the principal and you you. You might look at that. I had to win off the kids just writing song lyrics but i can tell you from that point forward It was a a lot of you know in elementary school. I was making as in middle school. I was struggling to make season a lot of things. I just A focusing became an issue behaviorally. I wasn't really respecting the authority of teachers Just not violent outburst but just you know things in class where it teaching couldn't really happen. And i wasn't really paying attention anyways and that was enough to have my parents called in to find out what's happening and you know. Ultimately my parents loving parents. They are took me to see professional and that professional at the time suggested that it's possible. I may be a bipolar and thought you know at the time. My my parents weren't necessarily keen on the idea of me. Being medicated was i and so You know a little bit more time went by and then it started to get beyond a problems in school where You know sort of the deal with the chaos in my mind. The parts of this talking about dr rosenberg's book a bedlam I as the term is used self medicating and It it started with Marijuana and i felt like hey maybe this will help. Calm the chaos in my mind which is characterized by at the time. Lots of high highs lots of lows inability to concentrate functions. i had in elementary school and Yeah so i very quickly i realized. Hey i'd now in hindsight i'm talking at the time i certainly didn't think marijuana Was a was a problem for me as someone diagnosed with mental illness. I thought this is helping me. Calm the chaos in my mind and it felt like that at the time i can tell you that in hindsight That isn't what happened for me. I do know plenty of folks Who I don't want it to devolve into a conversation about marijuana policy but i know folks not diagnosed with my like me who are unlike need without an esa diagnosis and they use it responsibly. As responsibly as it can be using. They're not getting their lives..
"g smith" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King
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"g smith" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King
"You're going somewhere even if you're just staying home in this sort of odd year for thanksgiving really hope you get to listen to this podcast particularly of my conversation with alex. Smith is many of you know. The washington quarterback two years ago was in significant. Trouble is life and his right leg which was very nearly amputated. You'll hear the story here and you'll hear reason. I wanted to have him on. This week is that. I know alex smith he doesn't Lie around feeling sorry for himself and he certainly didn't when that happened so it's been two years since that since that moment and he wants everyone happy thanksgiving and i know he's going to have one as well also this week. Juju smith schuster. Now i'll tell you the story. About how juju smith schuster is on this show one of my coworkers at nbc. Sports tests quinlan Who along time ago. I coach on a girl softball team in montclair new jersey. Said you know. Hey we got the dog show on this year. The national dog show which is thursday at noon. Eastern on nbc. And maybe you could get juju smith schuster because he's got this really cute dog of his french bulldog named boosy and maybe he could come on and talk about the dog show so i started to think that's probably not going to happen then. I said why not. Let's try to get juju. Smith schuster on to talk fuji and the dog show and so therefore i did and he said yes. So you'll hear juju in fact there's gonna be video floating around a shot of judas. French bulldog who has by the way over two hundred thousand instagram filers. Buji the dog So we have a good conversation with juju smith schuster and also about how much he really wants to undefeated with this dealer teams. You'll you're from. Alex smith and doodoo smith schuster. Were putting the podcast out a little bit early this week. Just because you know. There's no real reason to wait. I had both of these conversations. Done and i thought maybe you would. You might wanna hear these conversations early this week in holiday week but before i start in i just want to tell you just a little bit about how the sausage is made my job and then a little bit about of the conversation i had on sunday night That sort of led me to to write the column that i wrote this week a football morning in america you know as many of you know read my column. I talked to people on the phone during the day and try to do some stories about stuff that was hot that day in the nfl. Just it so happened than in week. Eleven i thought that the lead of my column was probably gonna be about a taste. Some hill of the new orleans saints starting his first game after being on the saints for three years and i got pay some mail to talk about it sean. Payton coach of the saints. They're both very good. So sit down to watch to write it in on sunday night is i was there was writing. I had the tv on. Because i'm an old man now. And i don't deal well with distractions while i'm trying to writing so i can't look up in the end that will create the great football game so i stuck writing early in the third quarter and i started watching this game. I was transfixed by a so many of you. I bet worthy the las vegas. Kansas city game where kansas city in the second half of this game came back from deficits of seventeen fourteen Twenty four twenty one and thirty one twenty eight. I think those and they kept coming back. Because i believe we are watching right now. The michael jordan of the nfl. In fact i had although headline on my piece in the column. We're watching jordan. So i texted the to pr people of the kansas city chiefs ted cruz and and brad g and i said if there's any way i can get hose afterwards if you guys win i'd love to be able to talk to so you know you have to know in this business. Don't ask for. Patrick mahomes very often maybe two or three times a year at most and so they were very good to me afterwards. obviously chiefs win the game. Thirty five thirty one and may get me mahomes eight minutes before. He's been run out of a skit on a plane back to kansas city. And what i found. So interesting is what i always find out. Mahomes mahomes does not mainland these little conversations. Because he knows that i think he knows that i like the little inside. What really happened. You know during these bribes. So i asked them about this final drive and and essentially you know right at the end of the game. Wanna know what really really happened in the game and so i asked him so that that final timeout xactly happened. When you were driving with less than a minute to go maybe thirty. Thirty five They've got second in seven and the ball is vegas twenty two and they called their final. Timeout goes to the sidelines and he's got a play in mind that he absolutely wants to run. He goes to the sidelines in and he sees. Eric is office coordinator says. Hey there's a player. I really wanna run tells. The play he goes. Well that's good. That's good but what about this point. Any tells them the play that they ended up. Running home said hey. I i like that play a lot and as he said to me afterwards he said that's what i really love about our offense that they take my ideas. I dare ideas. I'm out there. And i respect the fact that they say. Well what do you think. Because he's you know. I'm i'm out there kind of in the in the battle and so he went from the idea that he really liked to the idea. They liked and he said okay..
"g smith" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook
"We're talking about bands for a SEC like we're talking about bands east man fucking. Beatles the band dead grateful dead people love Jefferson Air Not Jeb the stones who I'm going SNL G SMITH AS A. Man That is a such a good I wish I could have seen them live like out of that. The studio on the road they're killing it did schilling it. This was the time and when music was still damn music was none of this auto tuned crap. You know what? I don't know if you know about this like in the eighties when like probably this year this this era, the carvey carvey years the east revamp. G E, Smith. Ban Sorry would jam from like on a Saturday on a show day they would. They'd get in there. They would jam and elected like big time g Smith freaks would know this show up super early and Bam would start warming up and they would play from like. Eight and then there would be the dress rehearsal. Boba. But then after the show they played until sunrise, they would play all the way in through like breakfast. After the show and people would stick around and party in turn into this. fucking. Unbelievable. Session and those guys. That I mean, there's been a few bootleg recordings of it but some of that stuff like that post show g Smith and the band jamming is some of the greatest music. I've ever heard and blood would be shooting out of saxophone begun with Klay for so long they'd. Like explode it would they played in that crescendo like you hear it here in the the Shattner bet that the whole. That was kind of the. That was kind of like where they were. That was like the level they were at the whole. That's no he pulled that out. and. He just like made this wall of sound is really it's really unbelievable. Note for four or five hours. It was when Lenny Pickett showed up that it was over for me. It's like, okay. Now, this show is more about yeah. Yeah but teenage girls. About these like hot guys on staff got really really stiff. Really quick. This guy who is more famous for like. So now oh, now who's dating this week? Oh, now he's dating. Demi will vodka or eight right and it's like, what are you actually? Do. What about what happens on the show?.
"g smith" Discussed on Everyonecast
"Know I think that way sometimes. If I'm doing a job and getting tired I think to myself Hey, if I run faster. Get to my destination faster and then I can stop. Yeah. Let's get better. He's is faster and you'll be done with it sooner. So you've done a lie running to or is it the climbing that gave you the endurance probably running I haven't ran I've only ran like I dunno, not that much lately. Is, injury but when I do Ryan I think the first time I ran after lake not running for like four months I. I think I did like four miles. So I was like I was like, yes, still got it. To, definitely the running. Climbing is more for me. It takes more strings which. String. That's really hard. Do you have a history of competing and running though like in school and stuff? Yeah. I did like cross country and track and stuff like that did soccer for a little bit. cheerleading. All the athleticism? Athletic yeah, narrowly just play video games all the time and just have. Less. Bursts bursts show. You were a much different person much different interest are you did play somebody games as a kid? I was playing video games like drought all that is also doing a lot of other things but when your kid you sleep like three hours a day and you're like, yeah, full of energy now, it's like six hours like. Yeah I'M GONNA need a NAP right about like three PM. Maybe a coffee at eleven am and Y-. Now with software engineering and coding and other tech stuff also something you did it a young age. been like. Computer stuff. Leaks, websites, and. Building, my own stuff and whatever. Did you make a Geo city's website did not make it to your city's website now. About my space. I did my space. I had the dope EST mice basically out ever or overlay sorry overlays that it was making. Did you have the like the emo auto play music and all that I do think I had auto clan music always probably be music I was are definitely wasn't enough kid I think. I never jumped on the mice bandwagon. That's good. You Save yourself a lot of. Wasted time. A lot of people were enthusiastic about the customization. Yeah and you actually did use legitimate web development skill in order to do that right.
"g smith" Discussed on Everyonecast
"Heather Smith you're live. How does it feel? Like. Another Monday. Monday today. Think about it is it Monday? Every day just feels like. Every day at this point at least to me. Yeah. Yeah. Crazy things going on. And I see you have a very interesting pinkus that had gone on. You got the pink shirt. The Pink headset. The Pink Pink Bat neon sign in the background. That is so the pinks. Camera. The pink is like so I've got like got like this like bat like stuff hanging on the wall and this like crescent moon black thing and then. Ball decal that looks kind of little demonic. So encountering all the black and got stuff with pink. It's all about it's all about balance yeah, it's pretty much. That's my gin Yang is. In. Yang Harry's it is black in Ping. How did you come across all these decorations at Your Room They're mostly gifts. Gifts. Which one's your favorite? have any specific or special meaning to you. That's a good question. Oh. Yes. Actually that's fine. Green screen. It's. Like these insects or whatever there's a murder. Moss. And this is like Regan Creepy Tarantula thing eating like a fly in Mike Acrylic. And then a bet so those ones are like medical science. Yeah Crazy, your an insect enthusiasts Tom. Yeah And you have you have that green screen in the background. Yeah. That's for beat Saber. Saber. Yeah. I thought all you need to play beat Sabers headset. That's streaming beat saver against issue there clarified straight Taber. So you stream. VR gams. On which Just. For Fun like nothing serious. Is that your dream to be a huge streamer a huge. Making baller someday. Absolutely not And it sounds like bega stressful. Honestly. I like my nine to five. I guess it might be stressful. There's a lot of pressure to perform. And you gotta just always be on you know if you stream for. Eight or nine hours. You know there's not really a chance to take a break. You're just always got to be that higher energy. Yeah. Lots of coffee in rebel. But speaking of nine to five. What is it that you do? Exactly. Oh man nothing right now Rona. Do you work from home..
"g smith" Discussed on RunPod
"Hello there. Welcome to another episode of run pods. I'm Jennifer Garner and this week. We're going fully international is ten. Am here in the UK but it seven pm died under where this week's guest has been spending a lot of time now. He made his name as a personal trainer but soon became known for his straight talking fitness. Advice there is like no-holds-barred says exactly what he thinks. He's a fellow podcast. He's a best selling author and until recently. I'm going to be honest. He wasn't really a runner. In fact I'd say he may have been someone that ruled is is it runners but somehow things have changed for. He has co the running bug. Welcome to run Pods James Smith Helen. Q. Very much for having me notifies points and I've said you know wall could be a running though I love her. I mean what changed. What was it that made you go from not really appreciating that? Kinda like running. Buzz suddenly becoming one drink for me love running. The I've had to do over. The years is three. Rugby played rugby for fifteen years. And under the forget how upset I would make me but not signed up to rugby training. See any rugby booze and especially playing New Zealand Nearly ten years ago Hold SESSIONS REVOLVE AROUND FITNESS. And it was just wrong network people who's just kinds bibs running and I think that three fifteen years of having not throwing dominate because backrow forward my with running was more twelve minute runs. Doing of these sprints And the idea pop to run. I haven't played rugby. And if he is. Rome is of because the fitness and the running required in like rugby as very much sprinting. Short short bursts. Isn't it so when you go out there? And you go five K run. It's a completely different fitness level required. I mean for me. I stopped to get around the pot quite law. Pardon track how far went on. I was one of my housemates. Actually he got himself a Colombian watch and got. You've lost yourself. And he then was training a lot more than usual and come in and he'd be like training for bothell and I said most of the run and swim. Thought you know walk. Beat you on both of those. He's been an awfully pros like be on that so I went from run and then we're not swimming. Had No idea how long the lengths were taking me and I came to a government..
"g smith" Discussed on First Take
"We have to work to inspire to innovate to build new solutions. But for all this work we have to work together at Ziprecruiter. They can connect employers to people every day. And we understand today is different. That's why Ziprecruiter is partnering with First Responders Government officials the medical community the innovators and the manufacturing transportation and food distribution industries to make sure they are finding the right people for the right jobs right. Now let's work together so head over to Ziprecruiter dot com slash work together and rest assured I did not fart during that introduction. Mike moved his chair. Mike might have farted while moving his chair. Though let's start with Stephen Smith you know if you listen to our show that Stephen a Smith is probably our favorite sports journalists. But what you might not know. Is that underneath the wrestling persona underneath the bluster underneath the confidence the swagger and the ego is a real softy. I don't think a lot of people know that he doesn't. He doesn't show a lot of people that and you've grown accustomed to seeing him on television filled with confidence and I don't WanNa say Bravado because the confidence is real but he's also a magical performer on television and one of the things I wanted to talk to you about Stephen. Is that you and I grew up in a journalistic environment of. Don't make yourself the story in. An environment of of be objective have learned to evolve over all of the years and all of the permutations of sports. You're now a knicks fan publicly in emotionally. In a way you never would have been twenty years ago in terms of commentary back when we were not making ourselves part of the story so I just I wanted to talk to you. Sorta about when that change happened. Because you're a journalist. You are at your core. You're absolutely a journalist but you're also a performer. And so when did you start sort of straddling that line? Well I think that you know you're right my my my journalistic background always is always there And I've never hit my phantom but I've never felt the need to because I knew it would never stop me Dan from being objective. It would never like I might be a Nick Fan But I if they suck I was going to say so if they were good. I was going to say so. They could beat Michael Jordan. I was going to acknowledge that Things of that nature and I always. I've always tried to humanize myself. And my contemporaries in this business by just reminded folks. We human like everybody else. We have feelings. The key is to be honest about it a lot of times growing up in this industry as you well know people would try to hide and they called it being objective but they tried to disguise. What their true feelings were and act like that play absolutely no role whatsoever in what they did for living. My message to folks were saying. Excuse me I can be very subjective if I want to be so long as in pursuit of information objectively and I'm honest about my subjectivity. And I saw the industry particularly in two thousand one to answer your question directly. That was where it really changed me. I was very very successful in Philadelphia writing for the Philadelphia Inquirer at I give a lot of credit to my direct competitor. Tatan the late Phil Jazz. Ner For The Philadelphia Daily News passed away from cancer several years ago. His son Andy is still in the business right now but Phil was phenomenal report. Or they did a great great job. You really have to do your homework. Convenient PS and QS. To go up against that guy and I was blessed enough to be very successful where I broke a lot of different stories covering Allen. Absent Larry Brown in Philadelphia. Seventy six and they made that run in two thousand and one I had mentioned in the television like a year and a half before when CNN. Sl Dan I'm ultimately. I was in route to go on a Fox sports as well with Kevin Frazier and Jim Rome at the time and all of those guys but in this particular sequence the Philadelphia. Seventy sixers were making their run to the NBA finals. They WANNA Slough Games Allen. Iverson was a megastar lives at Ruby League. Mvp and I was the one writing stories every single day and breaking stories left and right when it came time for them to make that run the Philadelphia Inquirer basically shoved me aside and said we want you to write your eight hundred word article every day and other than that move the hell out the way essentially so we could do features investigative pieces in-depth in zone pieces per saying whatever in everything that I did did not matter because they were try to sell a press and in there is the more copying content you create for the paper naturally the better off it would be for them. What I thought back then was folks a listening in their cars to folks on the radio and they're watching folks weren't television that is the future and that is what I'm going to folks. So did you see so. Kevin Frazier obviously went literally into entertainment. Tonight Jim Rome has always been a performer. And at one point he was making more money per year. Then most of the athletes. You saw that you saw those guys separate but not just I saw you. You were writing a column for the Miami. You were doing those things and remember even though I was a beat writer ultimately became NBA columnist before becoming a general sports columnist and in two thousand and three. When I was named General Sports columnist it was only like twenty African Americans in American. History who have become general sports columnist. I was the twenty first but I had always aspired to editorialize and give my opinion based off of the information. We had a quiet. You had a license to do that but I saw guys on radio and Television. Who never did any reporting? They had a license to do. So my attitude was why cannot and that's exactly what I'm GONNA do. Not only did I have a license to give my opinion but it pay considerably more money than the newspapers. I've said this is an easy decision. Let me facilitate making that transition. And that's what I saw and so how. How do you juxtapose that against something that you ended up doing that? I didn't see a whole lot of people doing Stephen. Where is you got? No problem coming. After Kevin Durant and headbutting with him in public. This is not this is not the world we came from right. You didn't minded confrontation as a journalist but the idea of coming after Kevin Durant and saying. Hey don't come after me during the pro wrestling thing where you're on television. You know you're on television. You're meant to be a performer. And you coming after Kevin. Durant is good television. And you know it's good television. Noah's good television Dan. I'm not denying any of that. All I'm saying is that that's not the thought process. That's going through my mind when I quote unquote attacked him because to me I was not attacking him personally. I was saying excuse me you one of the greatest players this game has ever seen and you're jumping on the bandwagon to join the team. That just beat you one seventy three games. It's not fair and I had you know the reason odd ow back on that is because people interpreted my comments for me to me. He's got no heart he can't play. It's a softy. No that's not what I was saying it at all what I was saying is you're so great you have taking away. The Competitive Element of sports which to me is unforgivable to any body to do other than competing actually on a basketball court. If you're so dominant like Michael Jordan was like Lebron. James has been from time to time and things of that nature and you just want to people because your skillset mandates that so be it but what we have said if Michael Jordan had joined the bad boy pistons we lost all but now what. I'm what I'm talking about those days when you're on television you're saying don't threaten don't make an enemy out of me. I'm talking about the next step on that. Not just the opinion of. Hey don't do that Kevin Durant. You've ruined competitive balance. Just the television of and the look at me and hey don't threaten me. You have met your rival in the media. You're not bigger than I am. I was saying you know you pissed me off and I'm not going to hide it. Who the hell you think you are coming to me. And obviously I wasn't threatening into a fight or anything like that I lose. My point was is that you clearly are affected by words. You think I've said something you have no idea. There's a lot more to say. That's all I meant by that and I meant it because my whole point was. Don't sit up there and lie on me like for example and again Kevin I Kevin Durant an hour. Fine that that's long past history and we've talked about a face to face privately and publicly. I loved her brother but I was explaining to him where I was coming from and he did the same. When I showed up on his board ruled a show on ESPN plus with him and Jay Williams. But what I was saying at that particular time listening to his words he sat up there and said I don't talk to Steven A. My family doesn't talk to Stephen. Ain't nobody talks. Well I was just which you and forty forty months ago. Your mother was on my show. You brother wanted to come up to ESPN and have me give me talking about. Why are you live? Because you're upset at what I had to say. You were shooting a commercial and ran your mouth leaked out that you were considering other options outside of okay see I found out about it and said look you might be going to La. I was wrong about that because it was ended up being state but it was clear that he was considering strongly considering depart from. Okay see you don't like what I report so you attack me as a journalist and as a person because you didn't like it when you knew I wasn't lying that con- offended me and I didn't appreciate that you want to say I don't you say you didn't talk to me. He didn't get that from me. You wanted to not as any. That's fine when you attack my character. I'm going to respond to that. I don't give a damn what is you've never had an issue confronting people you in fact had a legitimately solid professional and felt like personal relationship with Alan Iverson and yet one of the things I admired about. You is when he seemed to be in legitimate trouble with drinking and gambling. You had no problem going out there and saying look. His friends are really worried about him and Japan. Them OFF. Like pissed off a source. That was important to you. That was always very good to you and a source. Who helped you in your career while we did it. Talk for about two years about two years and I remember there was a time where he never said anything to me about it but there were people that were saying that it was so it was such a hostile situation that Alan Iverson Swamy. They were afraid of what was going to happen. And I found that out I made it a point to fly to Atlanta the find him and had the compensation backing up from anybody and I didn't feel I was wrong and I think that listen as a journalist. People need to understand it every single day. We never report all that. We know the Dan Lever Talk. Talk Talk about the Miami Heat Pat Riley. You could write columns. You can go on your radio show and talk..
"g smith" Discussed on Homophilia
"Do you like a nice chocolate. Yeah let's open it up Sarah Card. There's a card from Hatton Dave from your Wolf Heart you. I'm sobbing and listener. We heart you to. This is the only Valentine I'm going to get and I love it. We're recording this on Valentine's Day as we are up everybody had a love filled and sexy sexy Valentine's Day. Thank you to your will for this gorgeous box of Godiva is that were opening full like blondie cartoon heart shaped box of chocolates so excited to dig in so Valentine's Day plans no plans staying in love it And hopefully you know doing loan related things still love. Thanks you great Going to dinner. We slept on reservations. But we're going our favorite restaurant like six nice like the geriatrics special and yeah and then go home and do thanks great. Oh look this box. Oh this is beautiful bounty mom speaking of love things day. Yes yes yes. You wrote a piece recently for esquire. Sure did I'm sure you know Dave Holmes. An editor at large for Esquire magazine correct and you recently went to wear Montana Montana. Yeah to the ranch. Unnamed town in Montana who to Huey Lewis Massive ranch and And spend a day with. I want to go to write about it and it was great and it. It's on which makes me really happy. As a matter of fact right now we are at your off and in this. Very studio later The podcast that Adams Armandoux. We'll be recording with special guests. Jimmy Kimmel and he would louis great friends in real life So I don't know about you. Prominent fucking hang out until they get here absolutely got to got to has aged perfectly absolutely beautiful. You won't believe it He's a yeah he's gorgeous and he's so funny he's got great stories and I just wanted to listen to him. Talk All Day which. I basically did never multiple times when I was like. Oh I have to ask you a question now just forgot i. It was so fun to read the piece and to just imagine the actual experience of being there with you in particular because I can't imagine how much you must have been floating outside your body. Absolutely disassociated. Yeah but slowly right. The piece is beautiful and of course it's all about him and like health challenges and music and his history and everything we got like a little bit of your actual experience. You're writing in a TV. At some wearing Huey Lewis snow. Yeah Yeah tell me more. Yeah it was just you know what I mean. He's got this massive mud room like his favorite thing is to have people over and go out and shoot ducks or fly fish or whatever he's got tons of land just do outdoorsy stuff So he's got. He's got equipment for everybody. Any kind of you know he just he he. He signed me right up and suddenly I was wearing his clothes and in his just like going over his around his duck blinds and chip it was it was really. It was very like maybe for the last thirty minutes. I was like okay. I'm back I'm back here. I kind of know who I am. Now right it's crazy. How much time we have you there. Is there a full day nine ten or something like that? Yeah it was it was. It was a lot of fun. It was it like it was in October. And the weekend before he'd been seventy degrees and then the this like two days before it dropped to like five so unbelievably called. We really couldn't be outside that much but it was it was I. I Love Him I. I tried not to write to embarrassing a love letter but I truly. He's he's transferring. He's he's an important figure in my life. He was kind of dashing and star handsome and like solid masculine. Yes when I was when my sexual identity was coming together. So he's he's he's a he's an important pivotal crush a masculinity that was also like accessible. Yeah exactly not intimidating. Not Intimidating. No no he wasn't yeah he was like just a guy wanted to be with like one like a dad's cool friend in that you make older dill did how much. I wanted to make him. Come through in the article only because I know you okay. You wrote very professionally. Okay thank you. I appreciate that truly a dream. Trillion absolute dream. It was great It's up there now. Also just today The my post about writing the jokes for the gay porn awards went up. Oh yeah this is one of those times when I'm thrilled that my mother doesn't know what the Internet is or how it works. This is a a piece on esquire. Yes great yeah the rest of you. I've posted on twitter at Dave homes so go check out that Joe. Check that out and have a read. We get flustered on me talking. I mean I'm still thinking about he lists yeah After you listen to this terrific interview with the end Smith I love Dan. Smith saw so much a hilarious comedian and we had such a fun chat about dogs and sex and Romance. And all the stuff yeah. Dan Dog was not super well at the time. I am assuming that John's dog is on the mend. Yes not heard otherwise prayers for Dan saga interest. I look forward to an update. Hopefully a positive one of course go to defense myth dot com for updates and go see live shows and for all of the fun stuff. Diane is delightful. We are back.
"g smith" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"Like we got what's here I want to compliment. That's actually how nimble the NBA is areas nimble man. It'd be through at this year. The China stuff. Jesus crazy right there you go there it is there it is funny story for you get okay. This is about the whole guy saying his way right from his family. Yes you fly a lot. Sheriff you guys have had. You'll see someone sitting in you. Mind if I see with my husband and I had it happen to me and I looked at the hug. Oh I like like to give you saw happy in a middle seat just like I get might say. Hey just be like he will let the airline you know. They're not doing that. And he's refusing to listen to the exit row saying of the airline nine eleven evident break. Eleven sound guy wants to get downgraded from business class coach. Please love that that Shit. All right I'm GONNA play this old school on take a break. If you heard it the dream warriors to remember this. I know I know some people dance like this. Oh and Smith would smith for real on the twitter Instagram facebook and only Smith Live live on. Go see him. You will be happy as one of our thank you guys. I'm on dump people town. This is wash your face in my sink when we come back Chris. Kristoffersen was apparently sleeping somewhere. where he shouldn't be we're GONNA find out that on the other side is viewed from the cheap seats? Stay with us in Washington. You Watch tough. That's what I'm getting. I'm getting rougher. Welcome back is to View from the cheap seats we are the sklar brothers and that was own Smith. He is fantastic. Love Him follow him support him do what you can. He is is a great deal of talking sports with that guy. Yep and As promised we got a voicemail from Kris Kristofferson who has his own views about the cheating scandal of of course he's got an inside view. Take it away Chris. Hey Boys held ago. It's your old Pale Jimmy Stewart. No that's not my name. My name is Chris Chris Kerr style versus versus. And I'm calling you today because I have some some breaking news for you all wouldn't got some news. I think is very pertinent. Things that are happening in the news today Your good friend Kris Kristofferson. Using here is is what is what is called in the business of whistle blower. Yeah the whistle over and I know that there's only they one case in life that we are thinking about when it comes to whistle blower and of course what is happening with the Houston Astros and their signal account in gate that will work out and it's single. Call Watch Gate Single Colin Camera in Center Field Gate. Chris Cures Daverson is of course a whistle blower on this. 'cause that'll be tell you a quick story Chris Chris Christopherson. That's me was having Kevin just a wonderful night out in the greater Houston Galveston Area Corpus. Christi just having a great time and it was Mi Kris Kristofferson and then of course one county west and of course one Joe Joel Asti you know just a normal not out and Did you know I woke up several days later in a very close and confined space to allow banging noise. And we're not poked my head out of turns out that I I was in a trash can Inside the Houston Astros Dugout. And I you know I pick my head out and I just see a bunch of ballplayers and there's a computer on top of my head now. If I had a nickel for every time I woke up with computer on top of my head. That's just say that I would have seventeen million dollars it but also let me just say that you know I was just trying to get some sleep. I mean y you just let I'm in my late eighties. I'm very old man and I just need my sleep in my wrist. So you know I I just said you know that I was in the trash K it and they were definitely banging on things and say curve ball and strike and I was just like shut the hell up and let Kristofferson Sleep God damn it but they did not s thin. So that's why you know two years later. Now as I fully come to and have full recollection. 'cause I've been on a two year vision quest outside out of Cairo. Anyway so I have like videotapes and audiotapes and I wrote some stuff down on masking tape so I went to Florida to you guys and then I'm a needs Yalta. Just send it over to the major league hockey baseball hockey. Whatever guys I don't know if you know this but it's legal to sleep in a hot air balloon and That's what I'm currently doing ed So just keep that on the down low are keeping well. Okay now this song. It's it's called you and me by penny and the quarters beard and that bearden from Klbj in Austin one of our favorite dudes and awesome great comments like a Lo fi sixty sixties soul album. That was found in EP. WHO found it? I don't know Gosling Ryan gosling founded Great stuff guys is have a great weekend. We have great. New merch are sweatshirt. The country's sweatshirt that we've been taken out of the road has been buying like crazy and they loved it softer OPTUS sweatshirt. Get it for your loved one. For Hanukkah for Christmas good a fluffy create dot com type in sklar we got all of our merge their great gifts to get for the holiday perfect Hanukkah Gifts there you go right perfect honesty stuff one's a stocking stuffer if you will So check out. The Mike is more like a sock stuff. That's a sock stuffer. It's like a big tube socks suffer We got great shows coming up by the way in December we are going to be doing The live dump on December. Second at Largo with Oh weird. Al Yankovic Demetri Martin and the lead singer of The dirty projectors Dave Longstreth so enjoy that and then we're doing amy manns. 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"g smith" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"So and so oh good you know what I'm saying. Oh good. And he nailed it and there was so much fun. I was so happy that he was able to like do that. He'd like genuinely gravity right here because he knew you were the one who pulled it. Yeah and so then. Afterwards he goes So he's rap on Chris. Webber spelled like nine thirty ten o'clock in a they go We go so which argument do now and I go. Well we gotTA finished marble. Hang out for a little bit obsolete so then you know kind of like. I'm going back video. Village action suit in the next sack. You can see his shadow in a shot and the director of that and Chris eating a donut like he has no idea. Because I don't want to basically went from. Oh Shit is Chris Robertson. Oh Shit He. Everyone hates Chris trailer. What's break we come back? And there's so many things did we have you back on the show. Oh and Smith is with us. This is slow down ranby. I heard this the other day and I love the achieve seeds On Smith we'll talk our talk Kapernick on the other side of this thing. Just lots to talk talk about the summertime. We'll get on the other side Right we'll be right back Some so what they knock before he's got a limited. Hey guys welcome to the show. Owen Smith is here. Follow him on twitter. Owen Smith the number four real Owen Smith four a real twitter instagram and instagram And live shows people can see you out. Can they find out how to live DOT com. Okay I'm I'm I'm usually at the comedy store Improv or to laugh at any road stuff or mostly around not right now But I'll be I'll be. I don't know I gotta get a Netflix special or something. I love it. Whatever we do on making you come to my school benefit? Because I can't wait crazy on that I can't wait so good the stuff about you and your relationship with your wife and all that so good about the sneakers on this show that all all of it all the time well and you know sports you wrote for the. Sp's you know so so let's talk about who some quick hits I wanNA talk about. I want your a perspective on the capture nick thing because it's great the chirping back and forth between Stephen Smith and Eric Reid is fascinating to me and so I'm trying trying to understand it. And making huge capital defenders fries protests. Yeah and then at the same time we just go okay. Well what is he trying to do. I mean and this is what I don't know. Maybe you better perspective on this is e trying to get back into the League Or is he just trying to make a statement as you're trying to mask unmask. How how Shitty the League actually is? Well I wanna I just WanNa even take it back. Another step is we are looking at Colin like he's like to static attic individual like we only see him but you don't realize like what he's been through these last years right like his livelihood has been taken from him except that he had a a huge contract with Nike. Do his thing but his too. Yeah but his whole place for this whole like he looking at the one man on earth. WHO's not allowed to be angry right? So what does that feel. You know what I mean like. If he chose any type of anger it the narrative on it is spun to be so careful with how staff staff year. But if any of this and so is is he So is he Martin he's everyone wants him to be Martin Luther King Knish and just be nonviolent and just you know taking a nap regard and no one wants him to have a little bit of Malcolm in you know and so I feel like you see again is even thirty. I think he's maybe he's thirty one. Yes all this has happened to them so oh just when I watched his reaction ready to play like when he was like just that was like stuff built up like he loves the game he wanted to play the game and the thing he was shining light to a very simple thing in his mind he wasn't I don't feel like he was like everyone's saying that. He ruined his the narrative of him ruining his the job interview. And how you I mean that is a perspective hip two types of mindsets people who who are employees and there's people employers right so I like. We always do that like with like. Why do you name your children like my mom named Me Owen? Because she wanted me to be able to get a job but I don't WanNa work for anybody. You know what I mean like. Look what you did your your own I wanna I WANNA be my own employer. I'm still currently working working with people in Weird ways but my spirit is that of an employer so my spirit is my my inner spirit is a dude named like you know. Look of a D'Amato just whatever you know. Like I have a yes. So he does looking at a guy if he was if he was more. I hate to say this but if he was like more If he knew how to hit those talking points was more like pointed in specific. I don't WanNa say ticket but just marketer marketer into what he was trying to do and could be really clear I don't think any of this would be like they see. I kinda think to to me. I felt like he felt like he thought as soon as he realized that the media wouldn't be allowed to go right. Go to the tryout. All his trust is all just trust because why wouldn't the whole. NFL show off all the owners already said they colluded against him anyway. Why why wouldn't they all show up and then all the owners come out afterwards? It'd be like he's not good and nobody there from the media could be like we saw it because you know what I'm saying. There's only they would control the narrative. As far as that's concerned I understand like why couldn't the owners allow the media in there because you know what I'm saying there was something that is everybody's a little to kind of blade here like. Why couldn't they have bent on that and said look we're GONNA ALLOW ESPN to cover it? We're GONNA Lau one play. NFL NETWORK NFL network is is the one place it's going to be allowed to cover. Why couldn't the NFL network? Lean on the owners. You get down to. Hey let's cover this thing we're gonNA shoot. We're going to record this because I think they didn't want him to get that important To be that important this to go away and so that it Bagi with that I agree with a lot of that and I feel like he was just trying to take his power back and move it to this this place now the execution of it is what everyone was happy more and then they were talking about the shirt that he wore A. It's like yeah I mean is but but it's like you said like on certain on a certain level just wear plain shirt man. Don't let anything if I'm him and this is what talk about the don't let anything get get in the way of what you're trying to do any if you WANNA get back in the league right but what is it. What what can you do more? Where could he do more good for whatever he's trying to do? Is it in the League or is it against the league in moments like this. That's the question. Well I mean when the play okay so there but I feel like the thing that he was taking a knee for is still occurred. Yes and so what he took me for. I don't really see anyone of influence and power addressing doing doing doing the best they could to try to address it. You know what I mean early. Yeah he has brought awareness to it To some people who weren't ready to see it or hear it and then so now you gotta deal with the time it takes for people cheaper to go through all of that but I don't know what more we can dummy. He's not working in that. I don't know how much money you got like from from Nike. Achey should have gotten a lot and yeah and I think you know. But that's the whole thing.
"g smith" Discussed on Published...Or Not
"Made in nineteen eight. Dominic Smith has used the birth of the film industry in his latest. It's novel also entitled the Electric Hotels Dominic. Welcome back to three CR. Thank you so much could be. The central character can put it. That way is Actually film and the influence it has had on people and society here your interest until I been Closet was it sinophile for for a long time Although I was pretty new to silent film and I think part of the reason is that even if if you grow up as a as a film Fan silent film has kind of suffered from Almost kind of visual stereotypes of when most people cahnge silent film they think melodrama they think slapstick they also think kind of jittery slightly accelerated footage and I was delighted to discover the through this the vehicle of the novel that that's goal mostly that the the acceleration is mostly the result of a technical fault. So actually silent films were intended to be an often. Worse seamless As any film you would see today. And so to your point. Silent film as a medium. The birth film Really is the kind of overarching narrative narrative and to some extent the main character in this book. Going back to the original The Electric Hotel a curious piece about the the introduction of electricity. Yeah so There was a Spanish director named seundo daydream on Who in one thousand nine hundred eight makes this film called the electric tre Kotel And it's it's quite simple it's about I think six minutes long And it's about a couple that check into a Madrid hotel And strange things begin to happen like their luggage. ascends the stairs as if by its own volition goes up to their room inside the room. Let me see that. The man's being polished as if by invisible hands You See the wife Her hair is being brushed out In a similar similar fashion. And what you cut to at the end is you. You cut to a kind of Almost a substation where someone frantically running around and turning off circuit breakers and you realize this is the result of electricity runamuck but in some ways it serves that film that original Serves as a metaphor for for what you're doing here in terms of the influence of film is. Yeah I mean. I think it's a metaphor on a on. A more tangible level. Will it was the inspiration for building an hour long feature in the book That takes the germ of the electric hotel. Really the idea of a hotel That has a kind of surreal atmosphere And I kind of repurpose that but but I think more importantly the original electric hotel was a lost film for for many years and that was rediscovered and I wanted to pay homage to that. And you're right. There is a metaphor there that is about electrification At both breath physically as you know In in the Electric Hotel feature film this is a hotel that has recently been electrified to attract new guess yes but on a metaphorical level. You could say that the new medium of film electrified audiences the world over and changed and transformed. I live so this is where we get to the characters. You have clawed Ballard who meets the Lumiere Brothers which is the beginning of his career as a film director and one of the pieces Claude takes is of his dying sister to prove his credentials or his creativity. Betty Blue Mia brothers and that becomes a pivotal moment in his life. In some way it does. I mean that's a complicated Moment and seen His sister a WHO's dying of consumption Gives Claude permission to film her death and and in her own way wants to be immortalized them in the the thing that that was really fascinating about film early on whether it was in medical settings or you know entertainment or even later in World War One There was a sense with this new medium of of people could be memorialized in this medium in the same way that in the middle of the nineteenth century with photography. You had things like you know. Funeral Port Portrait's People wanted to be immortalized in captured on this medium. That in some ways people thought would last forever but but this notion of life and death. They aren't but it's also a driving force for Claude. Because in many ways this great film he ends up creating King tries to recapture that in some ways. Yeah he's You know as a as a character he's wired A particular way so when when he's Young he has this fever that warps his corneas. And so he's had He's been wearing glasses since a very young age. And so he's he's literally viewed the entire world through a frame Later on when he comes to film and he has that kind of epiphany around his sister's death and he sees as the way audiences respond to this very poignant and very kind of touching scene he starts to really become obsessed with the idea of consuming blooming the world and curing the world In terms of what's on the other side of the viewfinder and and to some extent there's a certain kind of tunnel vision vision because when you're looking through a viewfinder you of course don't see what's going on around the frame and that's Claude's got of Achilles heel and cords perspective but also then so you've got several other characters who all sort of represent other facets of the film Industry Sabine Mantras. Yes Avi Montrose is kind of this iconic a conic French stage actress. She's a little bit modeled on Sarah Bernhardt who also made some some early films? She's had this very kind of troubled youth. A youth lost her mother at a young age. to suicide came to acting in Cedar as a way of really feeling some sense of belonging in the world but but what happens in her career as film evolves and. There's the rise of what we call celebrity. Culture Is that there starts to be this quite difficult relationship between her Public and her audiences and the nature of the kinds of roles that she plays but also then is the reaction is these as a film of her in the bathtub satisfy yet but the reaction then it divides society here and this was actually what you found found early on in film because it was a a kind of medium where they weren't establish standards so you saw things that titillated audiences But there was also often immoral pushback so Theta Barra who was often considered to be the first vamp right so she was this actress. who had all this kind of sexual allure? People really struggled with the idea that an actor could play a role like that and they weren't somehow smeared by that lack lack of morals in their real life but it speaks to. What film does where we take it as a form of reality? Yes unlike. You know the Victorian stage where many of these act came from early on At the end of a of a play the actors come to the edge of the stage they bow and they relinquished the role in film. The illusion continues in some ways even beyond the closing credits. Chip spaulding is a stuntman. Yes Oh chips bullet so close Beleid is on this journey as a concession Russian agent for the Lumiere brothers and he sent to America he's also sent to a straight he's somewhat modeled on the real life concession agent. Who was sent to Australia? A Guy Nine and Murray assess. Da who actually made a strays very first films. So Claude Ballard arrives in Sydney in eighteen ninety six and he's assembling a kind of movie making family family and the piece that he discovers In in actually in Tampa in Sydney at the Royal Aquarium and pleasure grounds. Is this wonderful talented ahead. Performing daredevil named chip spalding and he has a very particular stunt and basically his stunt is that he is a tightrope Walker. And at the time I am in in Timor Emma there was at the pleasure grounds a wire that extended from Clifton cliff and there was a young tightrope Walker who balanced out there and and went from one side to the other in the novel. Chip actually has an additional layer to that stunt which is he sets himself on fire and then jumps into the ocean but it's defying days. Yes in some way very much. So is it suggesting something about film there as well I think these all these characters are in some mhm ways a little bit broken And also there's something in their backgrounds that make them want to be noticed and so they all come into film as a way of being noticed. In a way of trying to find some fulfillment so sensationalism in some ways. Hell Bender is an entrepreneur. Yes Oh hell benders the scrappy Brooklyn Kid. Whose family runs a a novelty Paula and in the eighteen nineties? What happens that transforms him is he? He goes to see the same night that Claude Meets Sabine and then kind of their fates collide Hell Bene- goes to see the Lumiere cinematograph. In a matter Graf exhibition that quotas running. And he realizes in a moment that basically the novelty Palo where they're running gramophones and Edison's sends Connecticut scope which is basically a peepshow is dead and that the future is all about projected images but what hell does is he ends up bicycling basically repeating his father's mistakes in a new industry. His father went bankrupt so hell puts all his efforts. And money into trying. Trying to create the new Claude. Ballard a sensational piece with all the stunts and the celebrity ultimately it kind of brings him down. And what you find in this early early heyday of silent film. You know they show up in in some places like Vaudeville houses and and the money side of film even early on sometimes came from You know less than prestigious sources And so I wanted to explore that in explore the kind of way that film from the very the beginning had this commercial side. That was A little bit scrappy in some ways. But you tap into that commercial that sensational that celebrity liberty and the notion of almost trying to capture life in those characters. If we can take a step back then you've also done a lot of research because because there's a lot of information here about our people like Thomas. Edison who sent them broke in some ways these conservatives yes Thomas Edison in Has A has a fascinating role to play in early film The first before Hollywood there was a town of Fort Lee New Jersey. which was really America's First movie town where there are about eight or nine studios including where universal paramount Fox or got their beginnings Thomas Edison kind of presided of this industry in a in an interesting way. His approach to film was he wanted to control. Its commercial destiny. The Lumiere brothers were really about evangelizing this new art form. And so what. Thomas Edison does Is he basically starts. Acquiring other people's patents The mechanisms in films and he starts to do things like send private detectives out to other people's film shoots to make sure none of his copyright is being infringed upon and then the really big thing that happens in one thousand nine hundred eight is he sets up the motion picture. Patent Company and overnight It becomes illegal to import celluloid from outside of the United. Let's say you can only make film on Eastman. Kodak Film and George Eastman happens to be a member of this patent company And so what happens in Fort Lee. This first movie town is the European filmmakers. Get Fed up they start leaving and going back to Europe..
"g smith" Discussed on Everything is Filk
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"g smith" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"It's funny because every year the chain gets still every year would have to update i'm still remembered as one of i jobs taken apart this binders repeated begging out and i get scoldings if the thing was in order the order pages while dogeared or whatever you not to mention thing was the perfect order eight probably the sicilian also yeah but the funny thing is now everything's digital rights he can get it all online we get it i that i doubt why from several so we come up with the with the bonds he's become up with a copy of your poppy so we know what the boundaries are we could see if there's eddie eased with appropriate ezln is like a very common one is like a sewer ease man or jeannie g smith where are you cannot build on papua that he's been a structured just in case we need to get to it right so that kind of determinist what how far we can build a building out also the setbacks and all that information right so that's tunnel the first step become if she but once we got to share with you now your turn as you bring you bring what i can and cannot do near and based on your knowledge of all of these subdivisions and the all these properties so i'm the i'm going to save a lot of time and energy because i may have an idea to do something that's not permissible on the property where i want to do it because you might say he's one owes over these months but he's not the starting point at least now now now got gotta go to uh so that and by the way this design consultations it's the homework did you guys do before the meeting with says a lot of time because you're bringing the property all the notes you've got an and you are ready noted explained the.
"g smith" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Get to defend yourself to defend your home and so the theory in the defense in the jack gruber murder trial against the resin overs and tommy g smith was wall self it's because just doing what you are legally entitled to do in india as we're gonna talk about the rest of the show and the way the closing arguments work is prosecution gets gets to go lasse 'cause they have the burden of proof they have to prove their case beyond reasonable doubt they get to go wise but the defense lawyer during their time in front of the jury for closing argument laid out this theory of selfdefence an remember that lawyers named to be honest with you but did a nice competent solid jobs to them say these people are sleeping door gets shoved in they get to defend themselves lin greg hirszon stands up to do the prosecution's rebuttal on closing argument incur slim in in in by way if if if you're donald for you haven't seen pictures we're good red hair fiery personality fiery guy and just that trial lawyers trailer but greg stands up a marches toward the jury and he says you believe that you believe what you just heard.