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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm sherk Freeman Tampa uses the long ball to finally beat the New York Yankees It was a career night for the ray Zach paradis who hit three homers all by the 5th inning and the rays beat the Yankees 5 to four Ray shortstop Taylor wall says the night was owned by parades It just looks like he's in total control you know I made his impressive tonight with special It was very special to watch special night for him and it was huge for us and pretty much just carried us that whole game Just the third loss in the last 20 games for the yanks Tony Godzilla became baseball's first 9 game winner as the LA Dodgers beat Cincinnati ate the two San Francisco held off Atlanta 12 to ten giants catcher Austin winds had a big night three hits including a three run Homer for manager Gabe Kepler Austin has come over and had quality at bats It doesn't always been as pretty as it was tonight you know the Homer and driving the baseball several times Chicago White Sox down Toronto 7 to 6 in extra innings Boston beat Detroit 5 to three two of baseball's best win at it as Houston down the New York mets ate the two Adam splain reports Jose Archie earned his 6th win of the season by allowing just one run on four hits over 6 innings Archie struck out 5 and the only blemish on his line was the 6th inning Homer he allowed to Pete Alonso Adam spelling Houston Nolan Gorman Homer twice as St. Louis beat Milwaukee 6 two Texas blank Philadelphia 7 zero San Diego three Arizona two in extra innings Seattle down Oakland Pittsburgh over the Chicago Cubs Miami Beach Colorado Washington down Baltimore Kansas City over the LA angels and Cleveland over Minnesota Another major champion Brooks Koepka leaving the PGA Tour for Liv golf Rob Gronkowski is retiring from the NFL for a second time leaving the league after 12 seasons Toronto Maple Leafs forward auston Matthews is the NHL's MVP and the attorney for Cleveland Browns quarterback deshaun Watson has reached an agreement on 20 of 24 lawsuits from women accusing Watson of sexual assault and harassment Check Freeman AP sports

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"gabe" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

05:52 min | Last month

"gabe" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Kepler launches one. Fair foul. Has won it. A local home run for Kepler. And when he hits the big leagues, I mean, I remember Gabe capler as this outfielder who was sort of on a zillion teams, the Red Sox, most notably when they won the World Series, but what is the scattering report on him? What was his career like in totality? You know, he was a fourth outfielder. He had a couple good years in Tampa, but he was kind of a guy that teams like to have around. But he was kind of a guy that people knew because, you know, he had these beefcake photos on the Internet, but he was always in the weight room, so he was a good example to younger guys. He had this gift of bringing people together in a Clubhouse and kind of bridging cultures in a lot of ways. Yeah, Tim, look, I Google imaged Gabe kappler and I mean, there's a lot of magic Mike energy to his sort of photographic over here. I'm seeing like animal print speedos. I'm seeing him posing in ads, shirtless with a bat. It feels like a caricature of a meathead. I think he kind of had fun with that commercially that worked for him. He was, I mean, when we think about it, he hit 82 home runs and yet everybody knew who he was from all this stuff. He had a persona that exceeded his baseball career. And so at what point does it become clear that, oh, this guy, this sort of character actor almost, that that guy is going to become a manager. He's going to become a coach. And I think that it probably started when he got into the front office. You know, he had done he had done everything, right? He played and then again, we talk about that persona. He transferred that and was a television analyst for a while and that worked well for him. It got his name out. It got his face out. I think it impressed teams that as a former player with a pretty high Q rating. He went into the front office and did like minor league work with the Dodgers. So he saw that analytics boom from the beginning and was part of it, you know, he almost got the job when Dave Roberts was hired for the Dodgers. He was the runner up. So there was a natural progression, even though he hadn't coached in a major league on a major league team. It felt like he had been building toward this for a while. Please join me in welcoming the new manager of the Philadelphia utilities Gabe capler. Thank you. You got. The Gabe capler revolution that we're now sort of witnessing. It had been promised to us before when he was in Philadelphia as the manager of the Phillies and there were lots of headlines and conversations around look at this magnificent weirdo, but that seemed to go disastrously. What happened there? It was a bad situation for him, and I think that he didn't help himself by making mistakes. He called a reliever in in the first week of the season who hadn't even warmed up in the bullpen. There's no one throwing in the bullpen. Or if they were. They got up real quick. And he just took him out. Nobody was up. As of just nobody. No one's feeling. I think that there was a skepticism about him that maybe that group wasn't quite as in tune with the counter cultural aspect of Gabe's personality. Part of it was his own inexperience and hubris in some ways. I also think that the infrastructure in Philadelphia was not even though they hired him, was not quite as a 100% on board with him as the group in San Francisco is. So yeah, a lot of things kind of conspired against him, including himself. And also, look, let's be honest, Philly is not exactly as patient as San Francisco might be for the sorts of cultural developments that Gabe Kepler had been promising. But what did he learn to what lessons did he take away from his two seasons trying to manage the Phillies? He says that a lot of the things he did in Philadelphia, they look bad because they didn't work. And then now he wins a 107 games because those same things started to work. In perfect gay fashion, he calls it a continuum. So what he started in Philadelphia was really what a lot of what we're seeing in San Francisco. He really leaned hard on like high leverage situations, right? So if he had a right handed hitter that had trouble against a certain kind of right handed pitcher and he was up in the fourth inning with runners at second and third, he had no problem throwing a pinch hitter up there. That was new, right? That was just not something that was done with any regularity and Major League Baseball. He brought that to San Francisco, the difference was the guy in Philadelphia might have been walking back to the dugout grumbling and F bomb and whereas the guys in San Francisco are like high 5 and the guy that's coming up to pinch it for him. It's just a whole different attitude and way that he's been able to sell his vision in the Clubhouse. It goes from this sort of heavy reliance on analytics, combining that with the humanistic side of it, right? And I think that, to me, as I see it, that is where Gabe kapler has adapted the most is that he has created an environment where guys trust those decisions because they've seen them work..

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"gabe" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

06:50 min | Last month

"gabe" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"There is a standard disclaimer about investing that applies to both the stock market, especially these days. And also the leader of a Major League Baseball team. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. And for a long time, when Gabe Kepler was struggling to resemble a credible manager, that disclaimer was an argument in his favor. But today, after winning a 107 games with the Giants last season and being named the national league's manager of the year, Gabe kapler is trying to prove that his methods are no fluke. And at the best way to prove that a manager still matters, is to change the way we think of them entirely. I'm Pablo Torre, it's Friday, may 13th. This is ESPN daily. The CFOs that get it, get it. The CFO is that don't, don't. So let's talk about the CFO. 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So head to NetSuite dot com slash Pablo for a special one of a kind financing offer. That's NetSuite dot com slash Pablo. NetSuite dot com slash Pablo. Tim, we're in this pretty weird place in the grand arc of baseball history, right? Before there was one dichotomy between player friendly managers and disciplinarians, and now we're sort of grappling with this gulf between data geeks and the old school traditionalists. So within that framework, where does Gabe capler fit? I think he almost fits in a way as a contemporary with these guys, even though he's ten years older than any of his players, there's a certain swagger that he has. He listens to the same music. He wears the same shoes. He's got this whole aura about him that is just able to relate. But I think that he, he's an iconoclast. He's a guy that wants to be sort of counterculture. He played ten years in the big leagues. He knows the game inside and out. But he questions it, right? He has this idea that the way we've always done it is not the way we should keep doing it. Everybody is competing on a Major League Baseball field. Doesn't make any sense to have one part of the field stop competing and the other part of the field keep competing. I've never I've never quite understood it. I don't understand it now. He has opened the doors to everything. He wants guys to bring their problems to work. He wants everyone to be themselves. No rookie should be hazed. Nobody should look down on anyone else. What the city of San Francisco stands for, what my mom and dad stand for is equality, diversity, and carrying a great deal about community, a place that I have no doubt that I will be able to make an impact. Strictly because I care enough to do it. When you look at, as you talk about this arc of baseball, you know, they kind of need more guys like that. It's a time when the game needs to move forward to figure out where it's places in the hierarchy of American sports. And I think that people like him who can stand up and say, wait, why are we doing it the way we've always done it? Why are rookies look down upon rather than helped out? It seems pretty basic, but within this structure, it's kind of rebellious. It's a very modern concept in a very traditional place. And I think that dichotomy is where it becomes really, very fascinating. So where does that rebelliousness the iconoclasm year describing Tim? Where does that come from? What's his background? As you might not be surprised by, he has a very interesting backstory. He grew up in San Fernando valley outside of Los Angeles, his parents met at a Vietnam War protest as he puts it, they were activists. They were social justice warriors before that was even a term. His father was a classical pianist, a music teacher, a poet, a writer, and as Gabe says in a way that he somehow managed to make sound fond. He was a failed composer. And so mother was an early childhood educator. And one of the things that gave told me about the way he grew up and he was talking about like dinner table or conversations and he said, there wasn't a lot of how was your day in our household? It was heavy. It was reading recommendations. It was what's going on in the news, politics, very little if any sports, so he comes from this sort of questioning background. As he said that one of the big questions that his parents would always ask was why and the other one was, is that true? I think, you know, it taught him to look a little deeper at the world, you know, to not just take things at face value and he credits his parents for that counter cultural streak that he has. He kind of retained a lot of these lessons that he learned that.

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"gabe" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

07:14 min | 3 months ago

"gabe" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"Is out of the house, a certain amount of responsibility has to be taken by that kid for their relationships, their behavior, you know, et cetera, et cetera. I mean, even when they're living in the house, they need to, you know, to kind of own their behavior, but yeah, I think anybody listening, yeah, right on for your parents, at some point they had to save themselves. Yeah. Exactly. And remember, brother and sister had to save themselves and concentrate on my brother and sister. And also my father was transferred away from Ohio all the way to Tennessee about 700 mile distance. After I graduated high school. And I was an adult now when I was graduated. So I stayed back and I was married. So the first thing I did with my newfound freedom of adulthood was get married right out of high school. So that marriage didn't last because it turns out that women don't like to be married to untreated bipolars. It's a little known fact, but I feel that your listeners will benefit from understanding this. But that marriage was, it was awful for so many reasons. One, the immaturity, the lack of understanding did I mention the untreated bipolar part. And I'm fairly certain that the number one reason that we got married was to piss off our parents. And that's always, that's always. It's a great reason. Was it in the vows? You know, I don't really remember the vowels, but I don't think it would surprise me if it was to be honest. It ended poorly. And while we both made many, many mistakes, I'm not trying to take on all the responsibility. She did make mistakes of her own, but listen, I did, I cheated on her. I've got to own that. I cheated on her. I screamed at her. I want to be clear there was no physical abuse, but listen, really, that's like, hey, we got a divorce, but there was no physical abuse, but yeah, there was an emotional abuse component. I screamed at her forever everything. She took on the role of my parents, which again is always a healthy marriage. All the anger that I had toward the world and the wrath of Gabe moniker went on to her. So instead of sitting around with my parents and screaming for no reasons, I screamed at her. Now my parents were adults, used to raising children and used to me and loved me unconditionally. And frankly handled it better. She was just like, I don't, why is my husband screaming? And also, she was young and inexperienced and had a different idea of how marriage was supposed to be. So she just cried a lot. This is etched into my being for the rest of my life. I can never make amends for that. And I've tried. Yeah, I don't even know how to end that story. It's so awful. Yeah. That's not a good time. That's not a good time in the life of Gabe. You know the fact that you are owning this and that you've had a shift in perspective and you've clearly rolled up your sleeves and done the work. To try to manage your bipolar and that you've taken a hard painful look at your Parton these things. That to me is the overwhelming factor in all of this. It's like, you know, when we don't know, we don't know, but once we know, then the responsibility is really there to say, you know, I owe it to myself. I owe it to the people around me to do what it takes to keep myself as healthy as I as I can and to make amends where I can. Make an attempt to make amends to her or was she not talk to you? I've made several attempts over the years and she has, I don't want to say that she is rejected them because that makes her sound mean, right? Probably protected herself. Yeah, she has declined them. She is unwilling to believe that I am any different that I have changed. She sees it as a potential setup or a way to get back in her life. And I can't fault her for that. The version of Gabe that she knows, she needs to protect herself from. I sincerely wish that I could show her that I am not that guy anymore. But listen, that's not her responsibility. Would I feel better if she did? Yeah. I'd feel way better. I think she would feel better too, but that's none of my business, right? Right. Paul, in many ways, it's my white whale. She's the only person that I'm aware of that I haven't been able to make up with. Or to explain to. I'm not saying that I got all my Friends back that I lost or that all of the relationships are where they could have been if all of these things that I had done hadn't have been done. But many of them have been repaired and we have a new normal, which I think people can really understand what a new normal is in the wake of COVID. But not that one. So talk about your psych ward experience and what lightbulbs went off or what changed. So I woke up in a psychiatric ward and I didn't know anything about mental illness. I didn't know anything about mental. I didn't know anything. But I did know one thing. I knew what TV taught me. And TV taught me that all psychiatric wards have ping Pong tables. Now think about that, because in every pop culture representation, movies, television shows, whatever, it always shows the patient's playing ping Pong, right? So when I woke up and realized where I was, I thought, okay, I need to center myself, make sure that everything's gonna be okay. I just need to find the ping Pong table, because once I find the ping Pong table, all of the other things will come into place, right? And then I will know that television and movies are accurate and I'll be able to make a plan with my extensive pop culture culture knowledge of yeah, you know where this is going. There was no ping Pong table. And I walked around looking for this ping Pong table and I became more and more agitated and not finding it. And orderly came over and said, sir, can I help you? And I said, yes, thank you. Where's the ping Pong table? And I said, I'm sorry, sir. There's no ping Pong table. And I said, well, there has to be a ping Pong table. And he says, there's no ping Pong table, you know, sharp corners, paddles, netting. You can't give psych patients all. I said, yes, there must be a ping Pong table. And he said, no. And listen, Paul, I'm 45 years old, and so many bad things have happened to me in my life so many. And that's the worst one. And people say, how could finding out that there's no ping Pong table be the worst thing that has ever happened to you? Because it meant that everything that I thought I knew about my brain, my thought process, the world everything was wrong..

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Heat top 76ers 99-82, move 3 games ahead in East race

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Heat top 76ers 99-82, move 3 games ahead in East race

"Tyler hero and Jimmy Butler each scored twenty one points in the heat pulled away in the fourth quarter to beat the seventy Sixers ninety nine eighty two father was happy with their performance who played incredibly well tonight I'm a science guy stops when we needed to but I think we know how good of a team we are Gabe Vincent scored sixteen points and Caleb Martin added fourteen for the heat who have gone eleven into in their last thirteen games to take a three game lead in the east Miami's biggest lead was twenty of forty two twenty edge on a three pointer by Martin with eight oh three left in the half you are will be finished with twenty two points and fifteen rebounds from Philadelphia the Sixers held that James harden on the second night of back to back games as he recovers from a left hamstring injury on the ferry

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Vincent scores 20, Heat remain hot by topping Bulls 112-99

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Vincent scores 20, Heat remain hot by topping Bulls 112-99

"Tyler Herro and Gabe Vincent each scored twenty points is that he defeated the bulls won twelve ninety nine the final score doesn't indicate how lopsided this game was as Miami led by as many as thirty one the win was the heat's fourth in a row and ninth in their last ten games hero says he doesn't care if he and his teammates are getting much a claim you know whatever people want to say about this is cool whatever can you know flows people's but we always want to keep playing as a team we love each other we want to keep things rolling in on continue to make each other better every game he'd also lead the east by two games Appleby led the bulls with twenty two points while Tomar to Rosa notched eighteen ending his thirty point scoring streak at ten games I'm David Shuster

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Bills end 2-game skid with 31-14 win over spiraling Panthers

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

Bills end 2-game skid with 31-14 win over spiraling Panthers

"The the Buffalo Buffalo Bills Bills are are alive alive in in their their quest quest for for an an AFC AFC east east championship championship the the bills bills get get a a home home win win over over the the Carolina Carolina Panthers Panthers thirty thirty one one to to fourteen fourteen Josh Josh Allen Allen threw threw for for two two hundred hundred ten ten yards yards and and three three touchdowns touchdowns two two of of them them going going to to wide wide receiver receiver Gabe Gabe Davis Davis when when moving moving buffalo buffalo to to eighty eighty six six on on the the season season one one game game back back in in the the win win win win in in the the division division with with the the two two teams teams meeting meeting in in Foxborough Foxborough this this coming coming Sunday Sunday the the winner winner of of that that game game to to control control their their own own destiny destiny in in the the division division the the Panthers Panthers fall fall two two five five and and nine nine once once again again the the final final buffalo buffalo thirty thirty one one Carolina Carolina fourteen fourteen GB GB Taglich Taglich orchard orchard park park New New York York

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 Kyle Lowry scores 19 points, Heat beat Bulls 107-104

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 7 months ago

Kyle Lowry scores 19 points, Heat beat Bulls 107-104

"Gabe Vincent scored a season high twenty points as the heat held off the bulls one oh seven one oh four Vincent scored sixteen of those twenty points in the fourth quarter Kyle Lowry added nineteen points and Jimmy Butler at eighteen as Miami move to thirteen and seven on the season Alex Caruso had a season high of his own twenty two points also off the bench but the bulls playing their fifth game in seven nights drop to thirteen and eight and they had a season high twenty two turnovers David Shuster Chicago

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No. 6 Baylor beats Michigan State 75-58 for Atlantis title

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

No. 6 Baylor beats Michigan State 75-58 for Atlantis title

"James Akinjo scored fifteen points a number six Baylor took control early in the second half to beat Michigan state seventy five fifty eight for the battle for Atlantis championship for my once now we're able to establish ourselves defensively you stop and you know in transition and we really become fun to watch a hardcore the bears led by just two before putting together a seventeen six run to start the second half the Spartans never got closer than ten the rest of the way as Baylor improved to seven no freshman Kendall brown added twelve points on six of seven shooting for the bears who were forty nine percent from the field and had four players score in double figures the Spartans shot just thirty seven percent committed nineteen turnovers Gabe brown scored thirteen to lead Michigan state I'm Dave Ferrie

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"gabe" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

07:34 min | 8 months ago

"gabe" Discussed on Revision Path

"What's me? Yeah. I mean, I could see that. I mean, certainly, when it comes to zips and even now with video games, like, that's another medium that is really grown and changed a lot. Thanks to technology. I mean, the games back in the day really were pretty one note in terms of what they could be and now, especially on the indie game kind of community. Video games can look so many different ways. They can be so many different things. I do wonder if that does, you know, afford more opportunities for artists to get involved in that way. There's this one person in particular who I want to I really want to try to get her on the show. But her name, she goes by Momo pixel, she made this game goodness. I think she was working at widening Kennedy at the time, but made this game called actually I forget what the name of the game was called, but the premise of it was like this black woman going about her day and people trying to touch her hair. And as the black woman had to S.W.A.T. all the hands away, so it's like she's on the plane. She's in a taxi. She's on the bus, and people are trying to touch her hair and you just swap all the hands away to get to the end goal or whatever. I played it at xoxo, which is this Internet conference that takes place in Portland. And I remember playing it there back in 2018 and being like, this is the coolest shit I've ever seen. There's no way that would be playing this. Un Nintendo like, but she just made the game and it's like, yeah, this sort of stuff is wild. I can imagine there's so many opportunities like that. Yeah, that's no joke. I feel like I have a couple friends who have been in the indie game space and it's like it's no easy feat to just like make that stuff. It's kind of like years of understanding how to code and make the art in game design. And it's always something I've just been interested in throughout my whole life, so yeah, if you find that game, you've got to send that to me. Oh yeah, I'm looking, I'm not as called hair na H 8 R in a H and it's at hair nod dot com and like I'm going to her. She's on Twitter at Momo UH OH and shut up. So yeah, like she's an artist, indie game developer, creator of hair and final NFT in origin story drops soon. So she's even on the NFC route two, so. Yeah. Interesting. That's another crazy space that's kind of popped up in the past. Year and a half on a bigger scale. But I know it's been around for a couple of years now. 6 or 7 years, really, but that's also an element of being an artist that you have to adapt. There's a lot of different things that come up over the decades and I feel like always shoot for what's next. You know, have that open as an option because you kind of look at artists of the past or yesteryear. They've always kind of adapted to what's the newest trend or what's the newest adaptation, not that you always have to make something that's trendy or whatever. But it's always cool to keep an eye out for something to output yourself and your work. Yeah, yeah. Do you feel creatively satisfied? I feel like when there's big projects like the Ohio project, yeah. There's always what's the next big thing or where do I go from here? And I think for me, it's like there's a couple bucket list goals of art, career choices that I want to kind of check off. So I feel like I never quite satisfied and I think the day that I am hopefully kind of completed that bucket list. To that end, where do you see yourself in the next 5 years? What kind of work would you love to be doing? I mean, I guess a longer goal for me is like hopefully in the next 5 years, my work is different. I wouldn't say completely different. Hopefully, by the end of my career, it's completely different, but hopefully in 5 years my work is different from it is now. And there's different platforms and different mediums that I'm working in. You can always kind of elevate yourself a little bit and I'm trying to branch out from just painting on canvas. Like I want to get into the sculptures I want to get into painting cars, you know, whatever it may be doing more NFT stuff doing some 3D work. So I think that's where I see myself in 5 years is kind of completing all those goals and making it live and doing it. You know, I feel like the big thing now I know we've talked about NFTs, but I'm starting to see platforms start to go towards the metaverse. Which is, I mean, honestly, it sounds even weird for me to say it 'cause that sounds like some shit that came on like a 90s. Power Rangers, VR troopers were going to the metaverse kind of thing. But I'm starting to see platforms think about what it is to be in the metaverse Facebook most specifically, but you know, there's also artists that are starting to work in that medium are starting to do things in that whole meeting. And I know nfts are part of that NFTs, generative art, digital art, like all that sort of like plays into it, but I mean, you know, I think even Sotheby's did like a virtual gallery in the metaverse. Insane. It's just, yeah, the metaverse is an interesting place where kind of anything goes and the whole crypto space is the wild west right now. And I think it's going to be that way for a while. And it's just like you can make anything you can create anything you want to create. I wish I knew 3D better so I can kind of jump in there a little bit more. But, you know, there's always opportunity, I think for anybody. I have a friend who made a verse thing, Frank wilder. He's on IG, but he did a whole metaverse kind of reality where he's making cars and claims and get your NFT Lambo or Rolls Royce or whatever you want. You know, making art and also in that space. So it's a crazy thing that's I think going to be pretty poppin in the next 5 to ten years. It's going to be like, I think the future, really. Yeah. Well, just to kind of wrap things up here, where can our audience find out more about you and about your work online? You can find out more about me on TikTok first and foremost, I gave Gaul. I'm on Instagram I gave goal and I also have Gabe dot com. I'm sure I'm like on other platforms as well. I'm on Twitter and other things. But I think mostly you can get a good idea of my work on those. Sounds good. Well, Gabe galt, I want to thank you so much for coming on the show. One, thank you for just sharing, you know, kind of the process about your work and really talking about some of the projects that you've done. But also, you know, I think it's always great when you have an artist that's really kind of doing these things that are, I don't know, kind of a mix of classic imagery, like what you do with your purchase, but then also you're putting your own kind of interesting twist on it. I think the work that you're doing is completely sublime. It's really dope work. I can't wait to see what stuff you're doing the next few years. And hopefully more of the world will be able to see what you've done from this interview. So thank you so much. Thanks for coming on the show. I appreciate it. No, thank you so much. I got keeps.

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"gabe" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

07:53 min | 8 months ago

"gabe" Discussed on Revision Path

"Now for this week's interview, I'm talking with Gabe galt and artist and muralist in Los Angeles, California. Let's start the show. All right, so tell us who you are and what you do. Hi, my name's Gabe Gaul, and I'm an artist from Los Angeles, California. So gay, what's on your mind? How's the year been going for you so far? Oh man, it's been a amazing year. It's kind of been ups and downs, obviously COVID has happened and is here still. But on the bright side of things, I've been working on a pretty big project myself, that's been kind of keeping my morale up, where there's been other pretty cool projects going on. Nice. What is kind of a typical day like for you? Like as an artist in LA. Okay, so I wake up, I make sure I kind of get a good start in the morning if I'm heading to the studio. So I'll wake up, I'll make some breakfast. I'm trying to go on a smoothie kind of diet right now because I'm getting married in about three weeks or so. Oh, are we? Congratulations. So this by the time this comes out, you'll be a married man. I will be a married man. That's gonna be that's a new life journey for me. Yeah, so it's pretty simple I feel like my mornings. I usually get to the studio when it feels right, but it's usually around 11 a.m. I don't have everything kind of prepped out and ready to go. I'll get there. And I'll just, you know, have a jam session for the rest of the day until I feel like it's time to leave really. But it's kind of all flow for me. So you kind of just get in the zone once you get to your studio and then to see where the day takes you pretty much. No, definitely. And besides that, I'm usually running errands about my manager, he lives on the west side of town. So sometimes we'll you know drop off paintings or go to meetings and stuff. I try to keep it pretty relaxed. I don't want to stress over my work anymore. That's kind of been a big thing coming up as an artist is, you know, there's a lot of stress sometimes only if you let it. But I feel like every day is a pretty good day because I get to wake up and do this. Yeah. Now we talk about this a little bit before we started recording, but you're one of like several black artists that I discovered via TikTok. Dude, and say, absolutely. Still blows my mind. It's like when anybody tells me they found me through TikTok. I'm just like, I would have imagined this. A year ago. How does social media help out with what you do? Social media is a powerful tool for the better or for worse. And TikTok specifically is one of those things that really twisted my mind because it changed the way I thought about social media. I was on Instagram for a number of years. It took me a certain amount to get certain amount of followers, not that that's like end all be all, but you know, that's what I was kind of working up on there and getting decent views on my work. And then I went to TikTok and I think like in the course of a couple months, it's like I'm almost about to surpass my other social media platforms and all the hard work I put into those kind of seed irrelevant how compared to TikTok. So it's a great tool because you get to interact with people and you get to talk to people in a way, just couldn't really do in real life. You get to show people a little bit of your life. Or whatever you want to show them really. It doesn't have to be your real life, I guess, as most of you would know. Yeah, it's an amazing, powerful tool, but it is at the end of the day, just the tool you can use to better yourself. Yeah, I mean the interesting thing about TikTok and I've been on there now for I don't know, maybe a few weeks now, just kind of casually observing is one it really has the spirit to me of like the old web. I've been around on the Internet for a long time and I remember the early web and how really just sort of wide open it was, like, you really could just go down these deep rabbit holes of information and find all kinds of weird things. And I think what's interesting with TikTok that platforms, like, say, maybe Instagram or Twitter don't do is how they take like your one piece of content that you make and it almost like splinters it out into these different ways that people can discover you. So like, of course, say you do a video, right? So there's the video that people can see if you come up on your for you page. But the video also has audio and the audio can be your own audio or it can be like prerecorded audio that you select from their database or whatever. And then as you type up, you know, the description on the video. You can have hashtags. All of that stuff is also its own search portal in a way. So people searching for that sound can now come across your video or people searching for that hashtag now come across our video. And so you get people discovering your work and all these kind of weird and interesting ways that maybe they wouldn't before on another platform because it's only funneled into one mode of discovery. Yeah, and I feel like it's just so, so different from everybody else's like, you can have a completely different TikTok from the person sitting right next to you, just like in the algorithm and what videos you see like, I'll be sitting next to my fiance and she'll be like, oh, how have you never seen this video? And it's like her videos are all pumpkin spice lattes. Which is like astrology and like I'm on the completely other side with people dabbing and doing art and doing murals and like everything just completely different. Mine's like video games and it's just crazy how big it really makes you see how big the Internet is and just only on TikTok, but it's saying space and platform. Yeah, and the creativity is just it's out of this world. I mean, of course, like, the tool itself has all these different kind of features that you can edit video and change the duration and the speed and all that sort of stuff. But just like the trend that I've been seeing recently that is really dope is I don't know if you've seen this, but it's funny because by the time this comes out, it may have already passed, but there's this trend out of like, you know, remember like fighting games, like tekken? There's like the you lose screen where the opponent talk smack. And so you've got all these different people doing these different versions of what that looks like, but like to the same sound. So if you search that sound, there's like hundreds of videos of people like you're the vaguely weird character with the random move set or oh yeah. You know, you're the sleepy character with all the power. It's crazy. It's so wide. I love those so much. I'll be on there for hours on a and it's just unhealthy. But at the same time it gives me so much joy, so I think it's healthy. But yeah, it's a crazy platform like I feel like I did a video that did, I think the glass city river wall video I did of my Ohio project. They did like 1.3 million views, but I remember shooting it. And I was like, oh, you know, I'll just take a picture of this, like, just like some random clips and put it together and that was like the biggest view count I had on that page. But it's just crazy like you never know what's gonna hit or what's not gonna hit. I feel like you kinda have. You put together just something random and somebody's gonna appreciate it. You know, it's just like putting that stuff out there. Yeah. Now you mentioned this mural the glass city river wall project. Talk to me about what it is and.

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"gabe" Discussed on Kickass Boomers

Kickass Boomers

05:24 min | 9 months ago

"gabe" Discussed on Kickass Boomers

"So there's three things that a financial planner can step into there's multiple other ones but those are three your asset allocation. Make sure that you're taking the right amount of money taxes in. Actually i should say four. The estate planning piece are four things that financial planners advisers can really help you with even if you already are retired right and i think a lot of baby boomers think that they've told people this is what i want. So that's it's going to happen. I if you don't have everything written down it's not happening. It's gotta be signed sealed and delivered and you don't want and even after you have all that paperwork done you have to put it in a safe place and tell your people your children whoever's gonna take every state where it is because if they can't find it it doesn't help them either right. That is correct. That is correct. I'm actually standing in my office. And i'm looking over at my printer and next to my printer is a folder in that folder is a letter written to my wife. All right that basically says where everything currently is that she needs to know for my business as well as our all of our planning estate planning everything so she knows that if something happens to me because i travel i take a couple of trips with a buddy and we go snowboarding. And we're not exactly snowboarding on little mountains. And we're we're having fun and and i also will travel with my daughters sometimes away from my wife and she needs to know that if something happens to me what does she need to do so i have a. I'm looking at it. I can see it right here. It's ready to go written down every little step that she would need to make and so boomers those of you listening to this. Have you written the letter. Because that's the one step that doesn't normally get done. That says here's everything you need to know that you need to do now. It's in this place it's in that place and here's the phone number shoes a call and don't be afraid to put your financial planner on there if you have a financial planner. Don't be afraid to put that person on there. I know quite a few. My clients have my name and phone number written on that letter that just as if something happens call gabe he will take care of everything and i'll just step in and take care of the steps that we go so that is so important because so many people forget about that. You need all your logging codes to get into account. All.

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A capsule look at the Dodgers-Giants playoff series

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

A capsule look at the Dodgers-Giants playoff series

"The giants and Dodgers have won one hundred seven games a piece since opening day by far the most in the majors unfortunately for baseball fans the two clubs have to meet in the division series rather than a later round the giants just ended the Dodgers streak of eight consecutive NL west titles winning a team record one hundred seven games under manager Gabe Kapler I think it's going to be very intense a similar to the games that we played during the regular season with the Dodgers similar to the last couple of games of the season when men actually west is on the line the Dodgers regular season record is the best for any defending World Series champ since divisional play began in nineteen sixty nine login web starts game one for the giants on Friday the Dodgers counter with Walker Buehler I'm the ferry

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Giants top Rockies 7-2 for 100th win, hold onto NL West lead

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Giants top Rockies 7-2 for 100th win, hold onto NL West lead

"For home runs lifted San Francisco to a seven to two win over the Rockies with the victory the giants reach the one hundred when mark for the eighth time in franchise history manager Gabe Kapler we got to be on our game every single night it is a good good point should should reflect on what we accomplished and how many different players and staff people in your organization contributed to getting strapped up also because the Dodgers won an Arizona LA remains one game behind the National League west leaders the giants went in front for good in the sixth when Brandon belt broke up a two two tie with a solo Homer San Francisco scored four more in the seventh highlighted by a three run home run from like you Stransky Bruce Morton Denver

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"gabe" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

08:35 min | 10 months ago

"gabe" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"Why is that paper. Towel dispenser texting us. Oh my god this is it. The agency's taken notice about progress. And we're about to get our first case. They're actually cutting our budget again. Another fifteen percent another saying. I have to reimburse them for this paper. Kill me. I forgot to tell you. I talked to feel that was going to be next month's check in so i am here with gabe leeman. Thank you so much for joining me. Oh it's my pleasure. I'm already having a blast already. Introduction alone before we get into the specific joke. I feel like we should provide just some context for those who haven't watched the show yet. From what i understood a while ago sean hayes had the idea of just doing a gay james bond that sort of that. Those three words next to each other and awesome questions throughout. But can you walk me through how that idea came to you. How became the version of that idea. That now exists on netflix. Yeah so you're exactly right Shawnee is and his producing partner. Todd milliner they had this tiny seed of an idea. Three words gay james bond and they thought there was something here and they thought That could be a really fun. Part for sean to get play in something and so they started meeting with writers To see what various people's takes on this might be and schon called me in because he was a fan of my stand up which blew my mind and i like florida to his office I i love sean and i always have just. He's one of our best. He's brilliant in every way And so i went in for like a hollywood meeting And they shared with me. You know gay james von would you think go thinking that for a little bit and come back to us with something and i came back to them with q force light. Basically i came back and was like it's not gave james bond I was like. I don't think that there would ever be a james bond in in in any real reality. Like even if our guy was had all the trappings of james bond if he was that skilled that hot that brilliant in that world. He's still might not get a shot and that sort of like underdog take on. It just seems so much like richardson. and funnier and just felt like okay. Here's a real possibility to tell a story. And then i also was like we need to do this ensemble style. It can't just be like the story of one that's boring so it it became to me. It had to be the story of the squad the whole squad and kind of more. I guess mission impossible style take on it and then once they Agreed that you've worked together on it. You know this you've obviously you've been writing on variety shows you've show ran pen fifteen and i imagine like you've had development deals along the way of certain ideas yours but how did you feel about if this was to work out that this would be a show that you were co creating which is obviously different lake. What a beyond. Yeah just sort of. What were your feelings about this show. It's like oh co created by gabe. Leeman this is going to be a thing that i'm going to pour a even more myself into. I thought it seemed like a cool opportunity. Like the more i got. No sean and todd and also mike jurors involved he. is an amazing television crater and was formerly one of my bosses at nine nine so we had a a relationship. I knew i knew him and what he liked brings and it just seemed like kind of a once in a lifetime. Opportunity to work with a star. I'm obsessed with an a producer. Who i know like has it. You know like so it was just the sort of like you need to seize this opportunity. with both hands and just floor it So yeah just felt like like an exciting thing. It felt like and i'm also a really collaborative person like even my from my earliest days in comedy like. I wasn't standing at a mike by myself. I really like working with other people. I think it makes everything richer. So i'm not someone who shies away from collaboration. I run towards it to do have feelings. Positive or negative about you'd have on being an explicitly. Queer show poster like a show that has gay characters whenever but a show that is about the idea of fairness in the year that you're doing it you know like as part of the thing because like as doing research when doing this in another podcast. You told the story of being on deputy f. and he goes so gave you know. What should we talk about. He's like. I don't know i'm gay like obviously. There's 'cause there's always pressure from the industry like oh well. He's a gay comedian. He should do gay stuff like i you know. Obviously that's all different by just want to know if you had thought about like what it means to embrace doing that as a sort of project. It's interesting like i've had the opportunity. I had the experience of being like the only gay person in the room on projects. And i've had the experience of writing four straight shows that have queer side characters And so This felt like a really like kind of freeing experience where it's sort of like you don't have to scrapped day to day to try in insert that identity into an existing thing like the whole house is gay. The door is gay. The roof is so it's like now. Just go in the house. Joe so it felt like really Yeah just kind of freeing. It was almost like even though this is the queerest project i have ever like done The cold felt like yeah. Just sort of like the if alabama's background too young the actual writing because it just was there from the start. It wasn't going anywhere so i didn't have to make room for it. Yeah it's like you wrote these characters and the characters essentially just speaking how the characters doing you're not like what's a. What's a gay jokes this person say. Just look what would this person say exactly and like okay. Now they're in a relationship what are like. I don't have to speak up to be like well. That's not exactly what relationships are like for everybody. You know what i mean. It just felt like you know and also my writers were queer like it was vast vast majority of the writer's room was some form of lgbtq glass identity So it was. There was like a nice sort of shorthand. We like each other's references. There was not a lot of like educating going on which is awesome once once you in. What ways did you feel like. You're able to make it a gay. Believe manship like obviously. It's a claburn effort but like specially when you're like okay. I'm gonna work on this. I'm gonna develop it like where the certain things that you felt for these things i've always wanted to do. This reflects my point of view. And i want to make sure that they're at the very beginning. Yeah wow that's a really big question. Like i think. I just like gave myself permission to follow my gut. Especially you know in choosing the stories. Like i was always always had an audience in mind but i also was like you know I get to make some choices right now. So i tried to just like make the choices that made sense to knee or the lighted me or turn you on or made me laugh Because like you said. I runner at penn fifteen which was an unbelievable opportunity and the funnest thing in the world. But it's also that show is anna and myers and sam's and i was there as like a sort of like Defender of their brains. You know like. I was there to make sure that there's that their stuff arrived onscreen intact Or that's how. That's how i took it. you know. So as much as i added to penn fifteen i mostly was just trying to protect them whereas on q force it was like you know time we wrote eight hundred.

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"gabe" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

01:33 min | 10 months ago

"gabe" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"They wrote it. This week's guest is gabe leeman with gabe coming on. I completed my long in the works. Big terrific trilogy. So named after the common show that ran every week in williamsburg for seven years. I ahead maximum on than any slate. And now gabe leeman the third host along with comedy death ray in l. a. Big terrific was the show that made me fall back in love with going to see live. Stand up comedy. Besides the host being so funny just sort of created such a welcoming environment and in and felt like the type of space. I wanted to see comedy performed. It like jenny and max gave move to la for sunshine and tremendous hollywood success. He has since written for such shows as penn fifteen brought city transparent brooklyn nine nine and kroll show most recently. Gabe is the co creator of q force. Netflix is new animated series. About a team of queer spies. It is really funny and it was worked on by a lot of comedy writers and comedians. Like quite a bit and find also quite funny We're going to play a clip and discuss a joke from the third episode of the season. But just so you have a little bit. More context for who the characters are and the tone. I wanna play a different clip from the first episode then gave an i. We'll talk a little bit then. The joke clip then more talking etcetera etcetera etcetera etcetera etcetera etcetera etcetera. So here is gabe. Leeann alright.

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Biden Highlights Climate Change as He Tours Hurricane Ida Damage in NY, NJ

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:04 min | 10 months ago

Biden Highlights Climate Change as He Tours Hurricane Ida Damage in NY, NJ

"Start though. With residents in the northeast who are still recovering from the devastation of storm ida president biden toward neighborhood in new york and new jersey. Yesterday offering words of comfort and promises of support to those affected emphasizing the reality of a worsening climate nbc news correspondent gabe gutierrez has more with the devastating aftermath of remnants sprawled across the northeast president biden toured hard hit communities comforting families and highlighting the urgency of climate change. Climate change poses a next essential threat to our lives to our economy. The threat is here is not going to get any better question. Can't get worse we can stop it from getting worse. The president approving major disaster declarations for counties in new jersey and new york pouring more federal aid into them but in queens were gut wrenching. Video showed officers trying to rescue a family from a flooded basement. Frustration is spilling over split survivors struggle with the new normal. It's a shame it really is has to be done. I could deal with it. Not if the thirty eight years. I'm getting too old in manville new jersey. Julian colorado is clearly still in shock days after the storm to go and on fire around. There's water everywhere. There's no article in the basement. Her mother shows us how the water flooded the garage after destroyed their basement scenes h. One gets worse and worse. This area also flooded during the remnants of floyd in nineteen ninety nine and irene in twenty eleven. How sick are you of this happening over. And over again i was fifty two first time. Sixty two second time. Seventy two thirds. The water reached pass philip. Ucla's baseman and into the first floor. It triggered gas leaks nearby. Homes and businesses exploded.

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Estrada, Gausman Lead Giants Past Rockies, 10-5

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 10 months ago

Estrada, Gausman Lead Giants Past Rockies, 10-5

"Despite getting to town at one thirty AM after playing the previous night San Francisco woke up and belted four homers in a ten to five victory two of those long balls came off the bat of tyro Estrada manager Gabe Kapler both of them were were were crushing probably home runs in any ballpark including ours and obviously it's always nice to know for sure your course the other two home runs were solo shots from Derren rough and buster Posey both in the first inning off Colorado starter and loser Kyle Friedland Kevin Gusman went seven strong innings to get the win for a giants team that remains one game ahead of the Dodgers in the tight end L. west race Bruce Morton Denver

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Officers and Medics Indicted in Elijah McClain's 2019 Death

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:07 min | 11 months ago

Officers and Medics Indicted in Elijah McClain's 2019 Death

"Back in two thousand nineteen hundred twenty three year old. Elijah mclean died after a violent encounter with police today two years after his death a colorado grand jury has finally indicted three police officers and two paramedics our report tonight from nbc news correspondent gabe gutierrez similar unit. We're fighting tonight. Police officers and paramedics in aurora colorado are facing criminal charges after stopping. Twenty-three-year-old elisha mclean while. He walked home from a convenience store here today because allies is not here and he should police had gotten a call about a suspicious man wearing a mask introverts. They restrained him with corroded hull than paramedics injected him with a powerful senate. Kademi is now a thirty to count indictment two officers former officer and two paramedics each face account of manslaughter. In criminally-negligent homicide four of the five also face assault charges mcleans family described him as a kind introvert who played violin to comfort cats at an animal shelter. They say he often wore masks to keep warm because of a blood condition a loud and resounding statement that nobody is above the law right after his death august. Twenty one thousand nine prosecutors did not charge anyone protesters but the case drew renewed attention last year following the murder of george floyd. Some of mclean's last words. I'm just different became a rallying. Cry calling that response. A hysterical overreaction. Today the aurora police union said our officers did nothing wrong. Sadly mr mcclean do a combination of exertion due to his decision to violently resist arrest and a pre existing heart condition but mclean's father wept as he heard the news disneyland. Bit people will be held accountable with the and i know my saying be smiley. Legal experts. Say that while it's unusual for police officers to face charges in this type of case. It's extremely rare for paramedics to do so.

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"gabe" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

01:57 min | 11 months ago

"gabe" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

"Never have to think twice about with kate enjoy because they don't they cognitively aren't even worried about you know like friends who are having suicidal thoughts or addiction to whatever it is so in the end i mean raising other humans that you're responsible for regardless of their ability is going to be a level of stress and so part of it is just as parents going into it going whatever our kids you know struggle with throughout the years we need to know that we're going to be unified and how we are on their team how we navigate certain things in each season will present itself and i feel like we have like a state of the union conversation probably quarterly in. We can't even go annually. It's like okay right now. This is what i'm seeing with this child or this child or that were okay. Let's like divide-and-conquer. How do we. How do we be a team and how to best serve them. We only have one child. And we do state of the union union last question about like with not cade but the pregnancy and delivery we've had other conversations with couples where you had a traumatic delivery. You had a traumatic experience in the hospital that affects you so much gabe and you. How did that affect going in for a second child and even the conversation or the trauma that you had from cade not his not his special needs. Just the delivery of yeah. How did the bond formed differently. How did that affect your relationship. Well there are several types of down syndrome. There was but the two most popular are non disjunction trisomy twenty one and translocation. Trisomy twenty one. So the one we had which we got tested was like our chances of our second child was one in one hundred.

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Death Toll From Haiti Earthquake Climbs to Nearly 2000

The Von Haessler Doctrine

00:26 sec | 11 months ago

Death Toll From Haiti Earthquake Climbs to Nearly 2000

"People dead, according to the Haitian government. Nearly 10,000 people were injured and several parts of this country have been dealing with rain during tropical storm grace, NBC correspondent Gabe Gutierrez says thousands more homeless. Meanwhile, Grace is moved West is expected to hit Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula as a hurricane on Thursday. It seems, dinner tables aren't quite as full as they used to be. Soaring food prices are

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Tropical Storm Grace Drenching Haiti as Quake Death Toll Tops 1,400

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:02 min | 11 months ago

Tropical Storm Grace Drenching Haiti as Quake Death Toll Tops 1,400

"Toll from Saturday's magnitude 7.2 quake in Haiti is going up as a tropical storm now batters the country NBC's Gabe Gutierrez reports from there. Overnight. Tropical depression grace dumping more heavy rain on this country leading to fears of more mudslides. But Haitian authorities say the death toll from the earthquake is rising. Now more than 1400 people death More than 6900 are injured, and an unknown number of people remain missing. Now the Family action Network movement is holding a press conference later this morning to discuss how we can best help the people of Haiti. Executive director Mark Lane, Boston says they do not want food, water or clothing. Right now we are collecting money. We are collecting medications on over the counter medications and medical equipment. She says that they're trying to make sure that they don't have the same issues they had in 2010. When an earthquake donation got into the wrong hands and were not distributed properly to the people in

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A highlight from Episode 25 Top Three Sibling Songs

Planet LP

01:49 min | 1 year ago

A highlight from Episode 25 Top Three Sibling Songs

"With sisters. My sister laura loves disco. She was that was her jam. Funk soul disco earth wind and fire is probably the one record or the one group that really reminds me of her. I mean she's into the teenyboppers stuff to andy gabe and the osbournes and stuff like that. But when earth wind and fire were super-popular in the disco era chewed often come home from school work and she'd put on some earth wind fire songs and just dance just dance. It was like a stress reliever for her. But stephen i would just kind of sit there and watch her dancing. She seemed so happy to be lost in this music. And when i started seventh grade we had school dances as you know. You probably had them to john and it didn't know how to dance very well so she showed me how to do. Some basic moves with like earth wind and fire songs and then progressive other moves. That were little. More advanced beginner disco. But it worked and i never had problems asking girls to dance. Because i wasn't embarrassed by my lack of rhythm on the dance floor. I wish older sister damn should've gotten the begged her for it. Man i needed so much help in that period of my life. The record that i really love by the band is their nineteen seventy seven album all in all and like many earth wind and fire records. It has this egyptian theme. It's almost sifi which i love. I love sci-fi stuff but it has solid and varied songs from start to finish. Of course there are some huge hits on this record. Serpentine fire and fantasy and jupiter was at the top of the charts. Peaked out at number three on the billboard. Hot one hundred triple platinum so telling folks to listen to nine hundred seventy seven earth when fire all in all. It's not much of a risk. You're not risking much. Listen to this record. So all in all from earth wind and fire from nine hundred seventy seven. That's my that's my sibling. pick thanks to laura. Thank you laura. What a great choice and a

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Ladia Albertson-Junkans on What It Was Like Running the Olympic Trials

Ali on the Run Show

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Ladia Albertson-Junkans on What It Was Like Running the Olympic Trials

"Wanna talk about running the trials because you. I don't know if it's like an ultra runner thing. You just looked chill and happy. Like i saw you six times during the race because i was on part of the outback by the first aid station. So i saw you every time you came through and you just looked chill and happy and i know we're now a year and a half removed from that race but when you look back on that weekend in atlanta what stands out to you most. What do you remember about the race and give us some of the highlights of getting to Check that pretty exciting item off. Your list was so exciting. I mean it was beyond any expectation that i had for it The energy there was probably the greatest energy. i've been a part of in a road race before And what sticks out for me. Though it was a really emotional weekend. I mean i think it really just hit me. How much a part of this goal. Gabe grunewald had been for the ten plus years leading up to it and not having her there and also knowing that she wasn't going to get to experience her olympic trials dream Was very emotional. And i think just being at the olympic trials is emotional baseline anyway And i was i but once the race started it a lot of that emotional heaviness lifted and it was just a very joyful experience So i'm glad. I looked like i was having fun because i definitely was having fun. that doesn't mean i didn't projectile vomit around vile eighteen. Because i definitely did. But i think i really impressed the crowd of people that were standing there So i feel like. I brought some culture running to the marathon And you know that was definitely a goal of mine.

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Posey Comes Through in Return as Giants Defeat Dodgers 7-2

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Posey Comes Through in Return as Giants Defeat Dodgers 7-2

"In his first at bat off the injured list buster Posey hit a two run Homer and the giants went on to beat the Dodgers seven to two manager Gabe Kapler was impressed see a problem step up to the plate and and had a big problem for us is doubly impressive about it great at bats throughout the night San Francisco put up a four run seventh inning to break open a close ballgame Tiro Estrada having key two RBI double the Dodgers got first inning homers from Max Muncy Justin Turner off Kevin Gausman Gusman won only three innings but the bullpen put up six scoreless frames Arlene Garcia picked up the win mark Myers Los Angeles

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"gabe" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"gabe" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"We don't give up. Gene-o salamo never surrenders. So thank you. Thank you got a lot. I got a lot of emails. Gilbert loves to thank gino so gina gina was really nice guy persistent but a nice guy gave the f. one for the have one one relative joke. I got a lot of them. That the one. I think that people reacted the best to was my uncle. Bill does oversee my uncle johnny john. What's happening just. I'm trying to sell my car. Nobody's buying it. Is that many miles you got on it. They got one hundred and twenty six thousand miles on it. He said johnny. Nobody's going to buy a car with one hundred twenty six thousand miles on you. Know what you gotta do is a car in good shape. Yeah 'cause in pretty good. Shape says lower the odometer. You know how to do that. Just lower that oh dominator you lower the dominate. You sell your car so okay comes back the next week and see well johnny sell. Your car is in. i'm not going to sell. It only got thirty two thousand miles on it you go. It's not quite false teeth in the vagina. I gave you bring back conard. You can do the false t. I did do that. Whole steve okay. That's number one. That's the first year you are. Welcome here anytime. We're we're we're so glad that it finally happened. No is great on the most resourceful guest we've ever had which we appreciate and again we appreciate david at at patches sound gilbert if you have no other offensive material share although you are talking to the man who offended jack ruby. Yeah don't ever say tits in front of jack ruby. all right. what do we think gottfried all gays. I'm gilbert godfrey just been gilbert godfrey jr amazing colossal podcast with my co host. Frank santo padre. We've been talking to miss that cut. Tare gabe kaplan and the guest. I worked with for a change on this day and show gave a pleasure as it was eight years ago or nine years ago whenever we did that gig right. It was a lot of fun guys. I think i wrote you too. Many eliot spitzer joke. So i think i use one fourteen i of my life story. We appreciated appreciated this. A lot in the fans are going to love it and honestly come back anytime right. Well you got a door policy here on this show. Okay bell. Thank you i got. I got a great story about dr mud. Lincoln joke see you next week. All.

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"gabe" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"gabe" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Show to welcome back. Kotter i think cottage would have been a good title the fourth the fourth year that would have been year cottage. What's what's the jack carter story. Gabe oh oh you like carter stories loved them. We feed on them jacquard. He was from that time. It's show business where you had open up with a song. Yes yes yes smiling. When you're smiling. I have these buffets cruise ships. Ever see what what he had had when you're smiling before so Freddie roman goes me up one time and he said well. I'm gonna do catskills on broadway in chicago and dick capri and mel's ers aren't available so i'm going to do it with you. Jack carter you want to do it. I said that'd be fun. I never met jack carter and go to chicago. We're doing catskills on broadway. And jack was pretty nice guy you know. I heard stories about him when we went out to eat. He did said and things back. That was something that i had heard that he really did it like two three times on every meal. I don't like this. can you either. Some you know. And and he would bother the waiting and they knew about him and he would do it he would send things back but one day. We had lunch three of us and jack on. You're like an a shopping center. And jack carter said i need a shirt a new shirt for tonight show and three of us we go slipping into store neiman. Marcus where it was. And there's a twenty year old saleslady behind the men's shirt the hermit jack after i need a shirt. I'm in show showbiz shirt tonight. And i wanna shirt with billy eckstein collar and she says that a designer said oh really xt. I missed a be. You don't know mr be what's the matter with you. He's an. I don't know who that is but That was is. He thought everybody was in show. Business nineteen fifty and do tell gil quickly. The london lead story because that that way. So london new london lee from from new york and he was really hot at one point. It was on this sullivan. Show all the time. Oh yeah with the with the poor little rich kit and then he ran into a real dry period and somehow we took we tape the first year of welcome. Back kotter and nbc. Somehow he got on the tonight show again and he came by to say hello. I hope something happens you tonight. This is really important for me and probably got back on the tonight show and A good luck and he went on he did a stand up he did okay and they told him no panel and he walked. Oh he's starting to walk over to the panel. Try and push things. And freddie dakota physically stopped him get outta here. Carson had never seen anything like that. Of course i was london lee. We'll be right back. Nobody ever violated. You know you told whether you're going to do panel or whether you aren't gonna do paddle. And i don't think anyone ever violated. That was the first one that tried to sneak on the past. I love these stories. Gabe tell us a little bit of you know. We didn't get to the article. We didn't get to talk about about robert. Conrad that's okay. I think i'm going to. I'm gonna try and do that. As a miniseries show. What television was like in the seventies when there was three networks and all of a sudden they have. This really was the first reality show. Yeah about you know they. Based it on the superstars competition on the weekends where athletes would compete and other sports other than their own and they decided to have this competition and just taking what it was like when there's only three networks and how big each celebrity was and putting them together in an athletic competition which was the birth of reality. tv really. and. Because i think robert conrad got so upset that time and we did have that that really made the networks feel. There's something in this type of entertainment and it was like the kickoff. The realities eligible we will direct our listeners. To the emmy magazine article. That you wrote called macho in malibu which is terrific read about not only your run in or run ins with robert conrad but but everybody you just. It's it's it's a great trip down memory lane to see those names. Yeah and it was it great to get together with him after all those years and you bury the hatchet and become like friends. That's nice although he did threaten to kill you in a german accent have one. Yes on the first round of the networks ause. He said wanted to tell his vows. He says he's greek. The greeks are great athletes and they pointed me. He's jewish he wants to negotiate and i'm german. I want to kill. Both of them are re our listeners. Have to find this article. There's great stuff about telly savalas. You know you running with you're trying to prevent your hair from falling off. It's truly it's truly funny. And it's surreal. Cosell and bruce jenner are doing color commentary and farah fawcett has no faith in you whatsoever. You have a line in the article. She looked because robert. Conrad looked like an athlete. And you look like a guy who hangs around a delicatessen. Right right. she did not. She did not think i could beat him. I didn't know farrell audition for mrs qatar. Yes she did and also fascinating and comex it something. That was very insightful for him. He said nobody would believe she would marry you. Tell us what your daughter's a comedy writer. Your daughter rachel. Yeah she's a comedy writer. She worked on jack horsemen funny show. Yes he started out as the right assistant and then she became a full fledged writer. Wrote a couple of episodes actually got me on an episode. I did An episode with richard lewis. We played it old comedy team writer team of comedy writers and now she's she's writing her own show she. I think he's got some kind of deal with amy humorous company so hope that comes through for great keeping it in the family. Yeah i'm convinced. Gilbert son is going to go into comedy. Don't you think there's no keeping that kid out yeah i gotta thank dave at patches sound in la who came to our rescue with this episode. So thank you so much. Dave thank you to patchy sound this choice to really touch and go until the last minute. Yeah that we'd be interviewing gay. Also took seven years to get him. Yeah.

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"gabe" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"gabe" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"I saw the film story who comes on the show on occasion. Robert baiter who claims there was some hanky panky. No i know nothing about that when you make something. Yeah well he had just come back from russia. We will return to gilbert godfrey amazing colossal podcast but i a word from our sponsor. Look guys dinnertime can be chaotic. Especially for people with chaotic. Lives like yours truly. But with freshly f. r. e. e. s. h. l. y. It's easy they're chefs. Take care of your meals a few nights a week and they take all the pressure off you now. We're all trying to get in shape and eat right. Well freshly can help. Their delicious meals are designed by nutritionists. And they're cooked by chefs making it easier to eat better if you're stressed if you're tired if you just don't feel like cooking food fast doesn't have to be fast food freshly offers quality meals without the hard work of prepping cooking and cleaning they offer chef made nutrient packed delicious meals delivered fresh to your door no cooking required and ordering his easy you go freshly dot com and you choose from over thirty delicious satisfying better for you meals like steak pepper. Corn sausage baked penny. Actually i made both of those for my wife and she loved them and now our listeners can try freshly for just six dollars and sixteen cents per.

"gabe" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"gabe" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"And then shooting herself right right. Yeah she I don't know how long they were together. Because i actually you know. I didn't really know him that well. I never was at his house. And i never really met her. I think i was introduced to her that day when he came to the kotte set But i didn't know her at all but she at a real sad ending. Was there an amount. he sued. You forgave do you happen to recall it. No i don't recall what the amount was. I think it was a game. And i were talking over the weekend. Gilbert and i found it funny that groucho objecting to the idea that he never used that kind of language he said. And if you read the richard anabela books as we all have. Yeah i think the thing was that he was saying it about somebody's mother. That was like that was interesting. Crossing a line for that was grossing. He just likes to sue people at one point. He sued author at one point. Sudas kid your son of a book that he wrote a background show while things groucho and me or one of those books and and they didn't they they had it on and off relationship where they would talk. They wouldn't talk and he he liked to sue. He was very religious. Did you get any feedback from any of the other marks family members about the show melinda or anybody or the only one that i know they came to see the show as we did it in rancho mirage and susan marx harpo grain was very complimentary especially about the old grout show and see said I felt i felt. I was in the room with him. You know it was scary. So i don't know what her relationship was was with him but she Really liked the old groucho. Gilbert does a pretty farrell groucho gave us. I told you. I love to hear it. I am working with our show. Much usual in my heard huge stage and iorean would watch and the people who watch goalie ordering as great great. We could have you guys tour together. We can we do. We do the odd couple together. Now that would be fantastic. Also i remember years ago talking to milton berle and he said he just shot a roast a dean mont rose that i know you're familiar with and he said that they would just put the camera on him and the director would say okay. You just got hit with a real zinger now and now. Ooh i'm shocked. I can't believe somebody said that on. Tv and he would do the reactions to jokes. He wasn't even hearing the director would say and they shot them all separately. So what was it like with you. Forgave was gabe was even a man of the hour. Weren't you gave. Yeah i did about. I would say five or six of them and they would take these shots and cut him in and the editor was not that good so it. It didn't look realistic. Look really strange. Sometimes somebody laughing at something and it wasn't that funny and they put like three different shots of people hysterical and the jokes were bad. Anyway i was telling frank when we talk the mohammed ali. One was the best. Because everybody. I was boxers and comedians and Elite came up at the end and he looked at the teleprompter while he was supposed to read. He says all these people's insulted me. And i don't care because i have. They had in the face of death. many times. But enough about phyllis diller and then he said dean martin team. Did you write this joke. The on the what do you want me insult this. Lady phyllis diller. I don't know who she is. I don't know anything about this woman. Why would i sell to like that. I wanna tell you something deem all these jokes. These comedians and these boxes are saying that all bad jokes boxes can't talk. Anyway they get up. Dude these comed- don't you have any better. You build these big hotels. I mean you got millions of dollars. Can't you write bennett jokes. I say in any. Let me see this next. That's the worst joke into. Phyllis diller joke on how much you pay these people at these jokes. And he's and then he went on for like fifteen minutes. He was hysterical talking about how bad the jokes were. How phony. this whole. Setup was talking about ripping apart just ripping the thing apart and talking about the cutting. You know how they wanted him to do this. And do that and greg garrison got so pissed off that he did this. Meanwhile the audience was hysterical. Everybody on the day was falling down. We'd never because the jokes were bad. You know most of the people would get there and they would read the jokes in the dressing room. And then they would read them on the teleprompter. They didn't know what they were going to say. so they wound up cutting alley down to about a minute a half and they didn't use any of the great stuff that he had done. That's a shame. Greg garrison for our listeners was the producer of those roasts and the and the dean martin show so you didn't interact much with orson sin or or ruth buzzy or or or or john wayne or any of those those people you are on those shows what they were in and out. Yeah everybody was in and out you got there. They had your well. I wrote my own stuff. A lot of the comics wrote their own stuff. But most of the other people didn't they had this whole group of writers that would give him these jokes and they just decided and the concept worked but most legendary harry crane was one of those writers gill. Yeah i remember what used to be uncomfortable for me. Which when i was watching it and they wouldn't go and now ladies and gentlemen art carney. It would be and now ladies and gentlemen ignored and and they wouldn't say now peter full. He roasted his colombo. Yeah yes and that always made me uncomfortable. I thought that never worked. Yes sometimes it'd be will come out and character. Charlie callas was always a character was. Oh with buzzy was always gladys. Yeah right now. I know you're since your remarks birds. We'll move on. I want to ask you. But richard pryor gay. But since you're you are a marks expert what do you know about harpo. Stooping amelia earhart..

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"gabe" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"gabe" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"How many songs were supposed to be in the show. You were supposed to sing. What lydia or lydia. I must be going This song that grouch. I forgot what it was. I love you in the world is mine something. Yeah i can't think of the name of it. Right and maybe four or five songs. And i cut most of them out and he went along with you but then he he would say i. We wanna put lydia back in said. I can't sing author. So finally he took the show to broadway and I was in it. And then i said author the mind if i do my version of the show without any singing and then i still did it occasionally for fifteen years in different places. Every every few years. I did in boston in florida i would do. It and it was a introspective. More of a comment on what comedians life is. Like and hour and happy groucho was and how entertaining wasn't how he made millions of people around the world. Happy but he himself was not that happy so that was the show that i wanted to do and i finally got a chance to do that. And and what was your relationship like with groucho. I met him a few different times. First time i met him. I had been on the merv griffin he had Seen it and i wanted to nate. Now's allegation in los angeles and he recognized me. And i i went up to him and he knew me which was surprising and he said to the guy who was with this is Gene kaplan and he was very funny. Did a bit about old people on his aiding game. And i thought it was hysterical and i said well thank you Graduate but my name is gabe. He said i'm going to call you gene. And i said okay i'm gonna call us up and we established You know like. I thought that he was my friend that i was hoping to to run into him again. And the next time. I released the record comedy record and i got a summons groucho. Marx was suing me and i had no idea what he found. So offensive record and the record was what eventually became. Welcome back kotter about these guys and that they insulted each other and we called it ranking know other people call it the dozens. Oh yeah and it's kids insulting each other on the street and there was one kid who was the champion rancor and this kid from philadelphia came and not only could iraq but he could do it while doing impressions so one of the impressions was groucho marx and he would insult the other kid and say I understand your mother sat on the washington monument Last night and it wasn't enough you know and and and grout so heard this and he filed a lawsuit that wanted. The record stopped and i talked to his lawyer and i said you can't be serious about this. And he said well he is. He says a lot of people so i can i set up. Can i set up a call for you to talk to them. And maybe apologize to do something and i said. I'd love to talk them in. I met him and He said okay. Here's his number call him. He's expecting it to call. So i called him and he said you remember. We met nate. Now's yes. I remember. But i never done anything like that in my life. I would never say anything about anybody's mother. I said i understand. You would never say but it's not use saying it it's supposed to be you know try and and if it makes you feel any better I only did that on the record. I don't i don't do that anymore. All right you're not gonna do it anymore. You're not. I said no i won't do it anymore. I promise you it's. It's not something that people really got upset or think badly of you for. Is it all right. All right and he dropped the lawsuit. And the next time i saw him was when he came to Welcome back kotter and everybody is so funny. Everybody has different recollections of what happened that day we did a reunion on You know nick at night. And marsha said that groucho is supposed to dance with our when he came on this show which would have been hard because he could. He couldn't even move. So i don't know who's going to and i heard what evan ear on your show. Yup talking about what i remember is it. We're talking about. Maybe he would do something and he came up to me and he says you know. They want me to do something and i said. Yeah but what are you gonna do. And so you know one idea what might be. I'm sitting on the bench outside the school yard and your back to the audience and i say As long as waiting for the bus let me tell you about my uncle. And i do this uncle joke. And he's gonna joke. You're going to do. And i told him the joke and i said after i do the joke you say. That's the worst joke. I ever heard my life turn around. Everyone sees his groucho marx. And they scream and you say that's the worst joke ever heard in my life. He said well that's not going to be hard to do because it is. The worst joke ever heard island and then erin fleming for a lot of money. I think ten thousand dollars and they weren't going to give him. You know they were hoping to do it for free. And but he was ready and he was excited about doing it while we never got it like dealing with their in. I was gonna ask the same thing. What were your impressions of erin. I didn't deal with her The producers deal with her. I just dealt directly with groucho because i kind of knew him a little bit and we were going over the bit and what. He was going to do what he's going to say. So i didn't have any of that relationship whether they just came and told me i remember seeing her there but they came and told me it's off. He's not going to do it. And everybody was so disappointed. And she wound up being homeless terrible.

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"gabe" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"gabe" Discussed on Before the Millions

"You are raised right as a child hearing no way more than yes. It's just like how many times do you hear parents say no to a kid at the park or around the house right. It's just condition your nervous system at such a young age. No no no no is a negative word no is fear. Yes encouraging yeses abundance. You don't hear yes. It's it's the unfortunate reality of how children in society are raised and so it's it's conditioned into our nervous systems. The only way you break that conditioning you hard wire that you rewire that. That wiring is by surrounding yourself with like minded individuals who are of the abundance mindset and know what i'm saying right now to be true and they're like well listen. This is not how we're going to operate anymore. This is the old broken programming and it's keeping people stuck in these cubes for forty years. It's they're burying their gifts. Their gifts are dying in these cubes. And like if you're meant to be an amazing underwater photographer what the can we curse on this. What the fuck are you doing processing. Tps reports or get out of there you're fifty six k. A year job working corporate is not worth it by the all said and done go take beautiful underwater photographs and sell them to national geographic. Like it it's just what i get it. It's condition it's hardwired into our nervous systems. The only way is to get around people like us that are saying things like we're saying and get it like in an emotional state you need to be like and for those that are watching these see. I'm at the camera. I am speaking with my hands. Like i'm passionate about this stuff. This passion is contagious. Get around people like us and you'll feel that and that's how you'll rewire. That's how you'll get out of that that programming. That's keeping people stuck. Absolutely mr the civil. This has been an absolutely amazing podcast episode. I learned so much. I've gotten so much value. I'm going to have to go listen to this absorb a few times because i just had to. There's so much things in the to break this down a little bit later. When i when i got my own time but if the liberals want to learn a little bit more about you they wanna pop in and say hi they wanna ask you a question to find out about some of the stuff you've got going on. Where can i find some of your information. Best place to start is my website is my hub. Gabe to spill dot com name dot com. You start there. There's links through from there to all my socials on social at real gabe dasilva. It's still me if you message. I'm responding to receiving and responding to own my own stuff. He said it's still me so he has a plan in place for now. You'll still get me at some point. I imagine it's going to be too burdensome. And i won't be able to read them all but right now i can and i do. And if you're new and your journey and fix and flip is of interest to you start on youtube on the build is a docu series that we created a couple years ago where i had a videography for shadow me for months to show people. This isn't hgtv this isn't diy network. Here's what it actually looks. Like to find fund fix and flip properties right in our market and it's real. It's about as real as it gets right. And i'm not a big cursing kinda guy you'll hear me cursing in the show like it's real and i encourage people to start there it's free. We're not monetize it on youtube. It's something i created for my audience. And so i send people. There are a lot. Because i want him to get a feel for what it is if that speaks to you and you're like i would do this and in fact i want to do this because it looks like he's enjoying it and i want to do it. You can connect with me and we can talk more about that if you see it. And you're like yeah. This looks like a lot of work. And.

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High court sides with ex-athletes in NCAA compensation case

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

High court sides with ex-athletes in NCAA compensation case

"The Supreme Court decided unanimously the NC double a cannot enforce rules limiting education related benefits that colleges offer to student athletes the case doesn't decide whether students can be paid salaries but justice Brett Kavanaugh argued the issue of compensating athletes could fall under anti trust laws that management the schools may be exploiting labor the student athlete Gabe Feldman is a law professor at Tulane University it's only a matter of time before another lawsuit was filed that asked for the whole system to be blown up NC double a president mark Emmert is not ready to move to pay college athletes the ruling goes to great lengths to point out that that authority still resides within the association's purview the NC double a argued that a ruling for the athletes could lead to a blurring of the line between college and professional sports at Donahue Washington

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"gabe" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"gabe" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Gabe Logan, Rick Lewis and Kathie Lee on Gay Away NewsRadio, 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM work Are playing hard work are pretty hard work Are bray our work? Work work. What? What? What work work on? Damn, It's all of my ring player. Go watch the game player. $100 Champagne player. Yeah, My money is Player. They are making it, Ram player, but I was just on the plane player buying gear. What we got Millennial Grant word in my time of year. Little work Hard. Play hard by Wiz. Khalifa, Forget 100 stacks. I'm always rolling up so I can love it. You know, if you work hard, then you get to play heart. I was on. That's what we're told. You See it in my closet Three or 3847. Oh, run. Get to safety. Much money. I just won. If that's in reference. We've had a fire alarm going off in our building. Hard to think. Yeah, and you're never sure when it goes off. If you should just sit here or leave, the building was still going off. We have so many that's going off right now. At least the noise has stopped. No walk out to the bathroom. Oh, it comes on in here too. Piercing. Oh, my gosh. Um, 72481 Child labor laws are so kids aren't working in coal mines. Not odd jobs, okay? So like Mo and your dad's lawn that wouldn't be considered. Think that's an odd job. It was odd for me. Like every two weeks. Welcome back 11 07 on this.

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Jennifer Lopez & Ben Affleck's Montana Vacation Photos Leaked

Daily Pop

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Jennifer Lopez & Ben Affleck's Montana Vacation Photos Leaked

"Get out those magnifying glasses. Honey because we're about to zoom in real post gene and been. They were spotted driving to the airport in montana after a week. Long vacation. sources originally insisted they were spending time together as friends but now we can confirm because we are e and we know everybody. It's more than that now. In this photo you can see in the driver's seat and j.lo's looking a little serious probably because he's a bad driver and in another photo it almost looks like they were holding hands and getting on that ej. I saw these photos. And you got your your investigative dissect these what did you think. Okay so i said this yesterday. And i'm gonna stick by this. I think that when celebrities do not want to be seen they go on scene when you have two people of this starpower jennifer lopez and ben affleck if they wanted to keep this more private have especially with the. Pj you land under the cloak of knights three thirty in the morning when nobody is at that airport. You control the private plane. That's the whole point flying. You writing a driver. Seven hours is but you know this was very much like gabe that where they stayed at his home in yellow but the yellowstone club. I looked this up. There's only eight hundred and sixty four members of the club so it's not like they went like you said yesterday to the beverly hills hotel. It's a small place it's very private. it's very exclusive. So now we know why there were no photos of them while they were staying on his way. But i think to kind of just jump in your suv in the middle of the day under sunlight and get snapped

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"gabe" Discussed on Voice First Health

Voice First Health

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"gabe" Discussed on Voice First Health

"A voice technology product whereby a physician can simply speak their clinical notes. The Shakira Engine Listens analyzes the speech and creates the chart notes for the physician. I was really really excited to speak with Gabe today about this, get his experience as a user of this product and I think you'll be pleasantly surprised to hear that his experience has been quite positive. So let's get right into this podcast. Really excited to share with you. This is Dr Gabriel Charbonneau. Gabe. Welcome to the PODCAST. It's great to have you here. Thanks so much terry yeah, it's. It's a pleasure I'm happy to do it. All. Right. So I really say it'd because you are a clinician and we get to speak somebody who is using voice technology in their office to help with. Of the issues surrounding, being upping, professional, being a physician. But before we get into all that I, love for you to take a few moments and just introduce yourself to the audience. Who Are you? What's your story? Yeah you bet terry. So I'm a family practice doctor. I live in Montana have been here for about nine years My Wife's family is from here I grew up originally in rural Idaho. So this is not a big switch for many live in a small community here right out of residency I, had a pretty significant episode of burn out on the clinic setting that I worked and. Not Let us to move this direction while I was working there actually started trying to figure out if there are any tools that could potentially take the edge off of some of the electric charting we were doing, and this is old school web-based, super slow. You're So I think with some of the things that you could do with dragon early on, it was not elegant, but that was sort of my background and We moved out here We had our big epic, go live in two, thousand twelve. And my partner and I pretty quickly realized that we enjoyed being competitive with each other for building tools to again make easier. So we actually run up and down the hall like Hey check this out. This thing that I made that can do this, and then it's sort of escalated between the two of us. Until finally there was this Lightbulb Day win. We had sort of built some skills and had some ideas about what we can do and we came up with this challenge of like what's What's the model for? Like an entire visit? We could do in sort of one step with a macro with dragon, and so we did a a knee injection where it was the the billing code, it was the charging for the cortisone. It was the pulling a note template and it was all that stuff in. The only thing you had to do is pick the left or right side, and it was like all one step to make it happen, and we just like that moment, we were like man like. was that before it was like surprisingly a lot and so anyway from there, kind of went into pretty quickly, it caught on that..

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