23 Burst results for "Gammon"

"gammon" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

02:15 min | 2 weeks ago

"gammon" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"Into gambling to gammon to ham. Yes what was the first one gambling. Jimbo sung call you from now on jam which in turn derives from the late. Latin gamba sounds like this two zero gamble which ultimately be traced back into the camp kampe meaning joint the joint of a bone loss. Me here you lost me at jaman cut look up the definition of the people to his gamma. Pretty gammy said anything to do with it. How like gross right. Well i think gave me just means like wild like it tastes wild gammy emmy or gamy gammy. Oh game is like for meat oil for like game meat. Gammon pejorative popularized in british pop culture. Since around twenty twelve twenty twelve. Twenty eighteen became a known term to describe those on the political right or those who support brexit. I think the idea is the their faces. Go read and they were like gammon. That's awesome just used social media. Well we learned a lot today backgammon about minus very very educational podcast. Today go to wrap up. I think we've got a good run in general. There's but no thanks for a walk. Everybody will be back again with another live next week. And it'll be special antigua. Maybe i don't know yet so tune in and find out Nineteen hundred bad..

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Comedian Russell Kane on his Mental Health Journey

Mentally Yours

01:57 min | 4 months ago

Comedian Russell Kane on his Mental Health Journey

"We have special to talk about mental health awareness week without guests editor for the week russell kane. He's going to be looking off to metro cody case tech section this week. So we're gonna talk about tech addiction mental health in general and he's various views and opinions about mental wellbeing so russell welcome to mentally yours and thank you for joining us dive straight in there with the kind of big question which is once you'll mental health story kind of from childhood to now won't spend your mental health journey Spicer my mental health journey. You could probably draw equivalent with some sort of a seventy year old gammon man. Who's just realized that agenda and rice exists. It's not like he was ever meant to be in the dark. Took about shaking to wake him up. I mean by that is never realized. There was any such thing as mental health. Something you would look at or examine or think about it was just not in my lexicon. In the same way that the politics of gender and rice knowing the lexicon of the generation that came before me. So i've been so shaken awoken in the last ten years about the that's even thing one my of pundit on so anything i answer to you will be going back in coloring. In with knowledge that's been acquired off the us supposed to thousand sixty thousand seven. How valid is it. I'm always nervous about looking back. I was because i have no memories of any mental ill-health of of of feeling distressed of needing to see us psychologist or psychiatrist of needing medication of thinking. Something was wrong. But if we teleported my whole child oldest team experiences. So that i've been born thirty years later would not have the same opinions that he's of that point. Who

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I May Never Wear A Watch Again

Trent365

02:14 min | 9 months ago

I May Never Wear A Watch Again

"Look down and work from. Homes have changed a lot of behavior over the course of twenty twenty and for me. One of the big ones was not wearing my watch because on day. One of lockdown. I took my watch off and didn't put it on a gain for another forty seven days. Even when i went out to the supermarket on those rare occasions. I still had the clock in the car. And i had the clock on the phone. So i didn't really need the watch because also at that time time didn't really matter. I'm there as long as it takes doesn't really matter but even when time did matter i had a clock on my tv on my computer on my phone. I had enough clocked devices. Timing devices in my life. That i didn't really feel the need for the watch. And of course also i've a recent months i've started wearing my garmin fitbit as i like to call it and you know these smart watches. These activity tracking devices are redefining. What we need from a watches well and it makes me wonder what happens to the apple. Watch i mean gammon. Don't call is a watch. They do have some devices that i think they call it a watch. I'm not actually sure but is apple going to rebrand or just like the phone. They going to hang onto that phone branding because the iphone of course is much more than just a phone just like the apple watch is much more than just a watch but what i really start thinking about is. Why do we ever need to purchase a conventional. Watch anymore as a piece of jewelry as a fashion statement. Maybe but then. Why does it need to watch. Maybe it could just be some sort of bracelet or something else. I don't know. I've just been thinking a lot about timing devices lately. I've been thinking a lot about the watch and its current iteration. Do we need your kids. Grow up wearing a watch. I remember when i was ten years old. That was the time we got the watch. The hands on it as we used to call it because up until then we had cheap digital watches. But when you turn ten in our family you got to watch from granddad. Which is the old analog windup. Watch that we got but i wonder is the next generation. Is this current generation of kids going to grow up with a watch or not. What do you think just curious. Let me know in the comments below already. That is it for today. I do thank you for your time and we'll be back again tomorrow

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"gammon" Discussed on Trent365

Trent365

03:04 min | 10 months ago

"gammon" Discussed on Trent365

"This is my garmin vivo. Smart four or as i like to refer to it my garmin fitbit and i'm not even kidding either. I do call it my garmin fitbit and if you don't believe me. Richardson jumping here. We had a call yesterday. And we're speaking about it. And i referred to it as my garmin fitbit because to me. It's a garmin device that functions like a fitbit and so in that context. I think about who's won the battle of the brains who has won the battle for the mind of the consumer me. In the area of fitness trackers activity trackers most would probably say. The gunman is one. Because let's face it. I bought the product. But i would argue that. Fitbit is actually one because even though i weighed these device every day i still think about it and even referred out loud as my fitbit and so then i think about why is that is it because fitbit was the first brand really in this space. At least the first brand that i knew is it because gammon was in now the category of products and has evolved into Into these fitness tracking devices in recent years. Because certainly in my mind the first gamma device. That i have owned was a gps. Which i had in the car with me before we had phones and gps is in the car is it because maybe that fitbit is actually just a cool name because fitbit kind of says what it does on the ten whereas gammon really. Doesn't i think in reality. it's a combination of all those things. And so then you think about if i'm trying to create a brand that really resonates that survives the stains over the long period. Then i need to think about doing a cool now. Do i have catch nine. Do i have a name. That does what it says on the team and my specialized in just this category and the first to the mind of the consumer not necessarily the first mock it mind you but the first brand to establish myself in the mind of the consumer or am i like gammon having different jones in different situations. Which don't get me wrong. Gammon had to do because the gps market obviously went away for them so they had to find another consumer product. And that was this. And so i think when you're building your brand you need to think about all those things because no matter how much money you spend on promotion and advertising later on if you have an established yourself in the mind of the consumer i by having a cool product the riott name The the right category the right specialization. Then i think you're going to have trouble even just spending all that money still not necessarily going to get the so ask yourself i you winning the battle of the brands or are you better off moving into some other category and then trying to own the minds of the consumer in that space because otherwise you might end up being a garmin fitbit then again. It could just be me. What do you reckon do. Let me know in the comments below. I do thank you for your time. And i will be back again tomorrow..

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"gammon" Discussed on Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast

Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast

05:24 min | 11 months ago

"gammon" Discussed on Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast

"The an pt degenerative diseases special interest. I'm tom padgett a physical therapist. And i serve test secretary of i'm here today with dr gammon airport director of the physical therapy program and professor physical therapy at washington university in saint louis. We're very excited to have dr erhard here today to talk about her article. Mental singing reduces gate variability more than.

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"gammon" Discussed on 4D: Deep Dive into Degenerative Diseases - ANPT

4D: Deep Dive into Degenerative Diseases - ANPT

04:04 min | 11 months ago

"gammon" Discussed on 4D: Deep Dive into Degenerative Diseases - ANPT

"And i serve test secretary of i'm here today with dr gammon airport director of the physical therapy program and professor physical therapy at washington university in saint louis. We're very excited to have dr erhard here today to talk about her article. Mental singing reduces gate variability more than listening to music for healthy older adults and people with disease. And i'd just like to note that this article one the golden synapse award this past year. And so we're very excited to have her here to talk with us so welcome gammon and just please give us a little bit of an overview of what you're up to and what you do on day to day basis. Thank you for that warm. Welcome it's great to be here. I appreciate the opportunity to talk about what we do at washington university in st louis. Our research team has been focused primarily on research working with people who have parkinson's for sixteen years now and we really want to do everything from understand the very basic changes that are going on in the brain when someone has parkinson's disease and how their brain changes over time with be able to relate that to their physical function in particularly interested in walking balance and as we understand more we can then develop novel strategy is to try to intervene helped people to improve their walking imbalanced and hopefully ultimately be able to either change the brain in iowa that's helpful or utilize areas in the rain that started take detoured around the parts that are most impacted by disease that they can still walk or effectively. So we've been exploring things all away from neuro imaging looking at what's going on in the brain up to clinical trials looking at the impacts of different interventions on function and trying to relate things for a number of years. This particular line of study looking. Singing has only been going on for the past three or four years in our group though. Okay so before we get into that. I just want to ask you if you could describe a little bit about your setup there in terms of do you have a lab. It sounds like and you. What's the size. And how many people do you have that work with you on this stuff. 'cause you guys are pretty prolific. It's super exciting. To see the words comes out of there it would be great to have a nice sense of what the setup is like. The team consists of usually somewhere between ten and twelve members at any given time. So there's myself ryan dunkin whose an associate professor in the department of physical therapists kerry rawson senior scientists. Who has gerontology martha hessler who's a full-time research..

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"gammon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:35 min | 11 months ago

"gammon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"31 of them got to marry Fitzpatrick. But also 190 of them go to go to Gary Gannon. Gary gone, and that surprised a lot of people in his ability to pick up transfers from and Gary Gammon has just jumped into fourth place. We've got quite a fight, knowing her hands be standings as they are so at the places don't marry Fitzpatrick in third place. She's just barely holding on in fourth hot on her heels if Gary Gannon and then way at the back of the pack still in seventh is incumbent Maureen Assault, That's the state of play. It can find Number six. Here we go and continuing coverage. Mike Mike Agata hurdling is here. Hello, we're back. This's where 22 big things happen. Everybody's having their own conversations. Obviously one Mary Lou McDonald of Champagne and tell Mary MacDonald In saying one of the front runner is expected to take a seat gets over the line on also working around people. Gary Gonna know jumps into third place was invigorate. Pushing Mary Fitzpatrick out of a winning spot like that it was on the transfer is like a cost and that she never recaptured it. The woman who under our system would have one off the bat, she lost out that is You know? Still hanging on in second to last, but also disheartened is our incumbent, Maureen O'Sullivan, who's expecting to lose and I suppose maybe seven o'clock people started to arrive. She actually invited her campaign staff and volunteers back to her place for Ah Concession party and I said When people came in, I don't want to know anything about the elections. I'll catch up tomorrow. Unknown to me because I was busy with the tea and the drinks and the food. Some of them in the house were still in contact with those over in the RGs. One of those guys was mouth. I did have a sense looking at the numbers and saying when Okay. But if Sounds, then maybe there's a chance. There's a chance of this crazy thought to have a very smart It was just a tart tohave because despite the fact that all day the media had been saying that Marine without Maureen O'Sullivan said, Loser going, Serena Sullivan might be eliminated. Count seven. Something starts tohave to go coming around the band Gary Gone, It looks like he's in pole position, but almost certainly wouldn't reallocating people. Second preferences are toward presences. We got to the stage where we're reallocating people 4th, 5th and 6th preferences because keep in mind. Most people's votes are still flushing around the system. And at this point, not only has their top choice been knocked out, but their 2nd and 3rd as well. Their vote is now being cast for their 4th 5th or sixth place choice. A lot of those they start going to Mori known people for years been elected toys previously, so even people who were involved from them along them or to number tree Their votes were still carry on past the Fords and the boys just mauled me on those transfers. So we got a candidate beginning to make a bit of ground into the strike. Marine makes this massive jump, vaulting her head of two opponents into fourth place Now, just a couple 100 votes behind Gerry. You have any sense is no, no, no, because I didn't have the television on And they decided not to tell me not to raise my hope from the ninth contract moment. The ninth County. The situation is that another candidate is acts. They redistribute her votes..

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Whats Working Right Now with YouTube SEO

Marketing School

03:44 min | 1 year ago

Whats Working Right Now with YouTube SEO

"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we are going to talk about what is working right now with Youtube. Seo. So just F- I just reminded for everyone youtube is still the second largest search engine in the world. Again, it's owned by Google. So Neil, what is working right now 'cause with Youtube you've got what about seven hundred thousand subscribers right now. The biggest thing that I found that works with Youtube. Seo like everyone talks about the key words you need to put the keywords in your title you need have attractive thumbnails for CTR's, and that's all the stuff that everyone's doing. It's just like traditional Seo right you know this better than anyone else everyone can modify their Meta tags everyone can create content that's ten minutes long or everyone can write two, thousand, four blog posts but the big trick that I found that really boost your ranking see youtube opposite attritional Google. Seo which traditional Google, CIO, slow, and steady wins the race in Youtube, Seo whoever does really well in the first twenty, four hours of the video being released tends to win the race and you can get your rank is literally the day you pop up the video doesn't have to take months even for competitive terms, it literally be days. The real question is, how hard can you push the video in the first twenty four hours and what I mean by that is, can you do email blasts, push notification blasts and? FACEBOOK MESSENGER blasts, text blasts, anything. You can't get views in the first twenty, four hours. If you get a lot of traction in those views watched the video, they watch other videos on Youtube Bay comment because they liked the video will find is the video starts ranking really high. Yeah. If you think about it I, mean these social media tools are all created by human beings. Right. How do these algorithms work? If you think about Lincoln if I post something Lincoln or someone's share something with me, they're always sharing with. The bunch of people want a bunch of people to like it. They want a bunch of your comment. They want a ton of engagement initially, right? That's what these algorithms looking for. They're looking for the initial rush. So you're lucky enough you're fortunate enough to have audiences across the MLS. If you have push notifications to Neil's point earlier, that's good for you. Now here's the flipside tonight. Love you might be saying, well, what have we don't have an audience while I just spoke to a guy yesterday new you should definitely check. Out This podcast I think you would enjoy it. My spoke to a guy named George Gammon very successful entrepreneur was doing like twenty four million bucks a year in the retired bought of a bunch of real estate and now moved Medellin Colombia. Now in St Bart's but points this he does a really good job of teaching macroeconomics and Learning Economics in college all I did was I went to distinct called the ECON- tutor and he just gave the answers and we all copy the answers and we went into class and We all got a beep is hilarious. My point is I didn't understand much about economics, and then now I'm realizing the current climate, you have to have a really strong understanding of macroeconomic. So this guy went, he's youtube channel. This guy's audience at all from two hundred subscribers is at one, hundred, sixty, five, thousand subscribers now he did it all organically why is he so successful? It's because his level of content nobody's doing anything like that right now nobody's breaking down macroeconomic and making it super simple. It's always like three. Simple steps, right. That's what he does is topics are really good. It's not like he has amazing headlines All the time, and then I found out from yesterday he's like, yeah, I spent about twelve hours on each food. I'm not saying you need to spend twelve hours on each video but the level of your content if you can touch upon things that are hot and explained in a simple way, it becomes very easy to share I learned of him to Robert Q sake the guy that wrote rich Dad Poor Dad. and. Boom Robert Gates money channel boom thirty five thousand subscribers instantly, right. So point is if you don't have an audience, yes, you might have to slog it out a little bit what look this guy went from two hundred to one

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Arsenal Crash Out of Europa League

ESPN FC

05:53 min | 1 year ago

Arsenal Crash Out of Europa League

"Kick things off in the League also against Olympiakos. What a dramatic ending to the game but also without one win in Greece. They didn't they make it through. However Olympia with council out in the second half of this game. See say with the go after avenue for what that would take us into extra-time a brilliant goal from Obama fantastic scissor-kick would make one one on the night two one on aggregate. That would be enough but then arriving in the last minute of extra time would score. That would see Olympia Costco through on the away. Goals robot away the late John Through family. And who you put your house on scoring. How did he puts it wide. Also out of the euro per league. We'll talk to the boys in the studio. And let's stop. Shall we Juliana wrong? Jules we know a big heart piece. Your heart isn't ps some of reserved for arsenal gutted. I think it's a tough nut to take forward the the author funds the of the way happened. Obviously with the the late Gore fall got goose and die by Obama young in the last minute of added time of extra time but also let's be honest. It was a poor performance. I think the attitude was no rights. They looked to be complacent. That no Sean Tiger. For the first one seventy five minutes of that game so in the end is the harsh defeat any Sahara eliminatation but also on the night tonight. There was just off the game too much. Who Do you blame more Stevia Pammy late missile David Lewis and he's defending? I think I think at the end of the day we'll mistakes as players and the players led from the mistakes and what dovid Louise didn't do. He didn't learn from his mistake with the first goal. Because you're in zone regardless of the opposition when the ball comes in your area you have to attack the ball. He didn't do it and didn't learn because the bulls flung again at the end of the game and he didn't attack it so at at an absolutely avid louise. It's an ongoing issue. Without defendants said pieces is a problem area for them and Wyoming end score is a great goal and even after all the struggles that you've had in this game he's gray goal and now you're through. All you have to see is the last two minutes of the match. And then that's it you're going to the next round. It wasn't pretty. It was it was. It must have been learning experience for us. And that's the way that I would have spun this whole story. But you're not able to defend properly said peace and then see you guys later take. Here's the other thing. I was here about Arsenal for whatever reason they thought that after winning the first game the first late one nothing that it was it was all done. That's the way they approach is game as if they had already advanced. The truth of the matter is that where arsenal is right now. They're not good enough to be complacent they're not good enough to like energy. They're not good enough to just be a team that is going to show up and you'll say now we just going to play around on. We'll see our way through to the next round. They're not good enough to be doing that. The players know that but the problem is that they cannot find any sort of consistency with their level of play. One day they look good the next day. They don't look so good one they look okay then the next day. Look what the one thing that they've been consistent about is poor defending set pieces Steve. I'll tell ya after the game. Lambasting his defense four goals conceded in last two matches from set pieces. Surely this is something you can work on in the training ground isn't it? I know that we talked about the personnel. The arsenal have and. It's not good enough but surely this is something you can actually physically help with. On a day to day train. You can work on the train and field all day every day seven days a week but if you have players who don't get it and they'll tell you they get but then they step on the field and continue to make the same mistakes and that's exactly what are still have been doing for the last two or three seasons defensively so the comes at time and I've been seeing all year long. The comes a time when it's not about the tactics or the coach. A suburb and Avid Louise. In particular has shown time and time again. He's making mistakes as a set of bike and it's cost and his team and until there's a change until Louise's moved that position and a better players and as you asked me you can walk all day long on an Infield but if you've got players who can't do the job isn't changing Joe's big picture. How big is this defeat for our so considering you up an argument was a great chance to qualify for the Champions League? Yes huge blow. Because of that obviously because that was maybe the easiest way because they can still finish fifth save city are buying for next. Season's Champions League they only four points behind but you would fancy that competition. So that's used blows so she's reforming ties went because he's a proper step back of why you've been trying to do and the resort. That been okay since he took over. There's been some improvement on the on. The field on the field going forward especially attacking wise defensively still issues and he has an address them well enough at the moment and avenue for him. It will be a setback and I think this issue tonight. Psychologically they go again on Monday night in the ETHICA. That's a hell of a tricky game away from home against a team that would have nothing to lose in a cup game in a hosted environments against the team that is playing really well in the lower leagues but also a team that would love that kept Gammon love trying to put more pressure on us on especially after tonight so the next few games will be very important for the where artists are trying to get his plays back on track for Monday. Night's

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"gammon" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"gammon" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

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"gammon" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"gammon" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Before that then we get Judy Gammon we're gonna talk about anxiety panic attacks this morning then we've also got Austin Pennington new ways your boss might be spying on you it's seven forty five we got been Ferguson we'll talk about this that and the other with our friend been that's all coming up birthdays on the way but first bomb of the hour news weather and traffic seventy one degrees it is six twenty seven here's a tender little tale fresh from the trail about a cowboy fell in love with a cow girl named Dale it was love at first sight that's what they said sweet something sure went to their heads they walked and talked and shot the breeze held hands and kissed under the trees then the cow girl whispered let's get some food so they rode on to a place that looked good found a Roy Rogers restaurant just around the band cowboys said wasn't Royce some kind of legend Calabro said works for me how about you how boys smiled I like it too folks of Roy said they're happy dues yell sit right down here Buckaroos before too long they were feeling at home cowboys said a lot better than where the buffalo roam three piece combo is a tasty surprised new chicken tenders soft drinks and fries each big tender was specially chosen the chicken was hand breaded fresh never frozen when they had their fill they said their goodbyes cowboys said we'll be back there's lots more to try folks at Royce said see you soon you too meanwhile happy trails to you door dash is now available at dissipating restaurants backup limit update hours it's Heidi summers health and wellness expert with your local health update I get so many emails and calls about C. B. D. the incredible oil from the hemp plant that's being used to provide relief to millions for joint discomfort inflammation and nagging injuries it's the most talked about alternative health breakthrough.

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'Zombie Eating': 88% Of Adults Dine While Staring At A Screen, Study Suggests

Investor's Edge

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

'Zombie Eating': 88% Of Adults Dine While Staring At A Screen, Study Suggests

"A poll two thousand Americans that examine their eating and snacking habits discovered eighty eight percent or so called zombie eaters according to looking at their screens while eating John Clements reports from their TV's to their phones or laptops they're a multi tasking the study also revealed they looked at their phones more than two separate times during a single meal eighty three percent of those surveyed revealed they had their food go cold understanding what to watch Judy Gammon is that how eating expert with executive medicine of Texas something more all witnessing go to any restaurant you notice that when people are seen around the table even families and even couples that look like they're on a date they can't help but pull out their phones another eighty percent of the sun the eater surveyed said they found themselves so busy they were preoccupied with the screens that they forgot to eat I'm John Clemens

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"gammon" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

09:51 min | 2 years ago

"gammon" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"Radio and the ESPN app. Here's Jeremy chef there was the sad news Monday Memorial Day, that Bill Buckner the sixty nine year old former major leaguer who spent so many productive seasons with the dodgers and the cubs and the Red Sox winning batting title amassing more than twenty seven hundred career hits, and of course his role in game six of the nineteen eighty six World Series, perhaps the most famous infamous error in baseball history. No one knows, Bill Buckner story. No one can put it into better context. No one has a greater appreciation of his complete and full legacy than the manage on sust now the great baseball writer, Peter gammons. Peter. Thank you for joining us. Thank you charming. Now he was a really special player. I mean it's so sad to see most of the stories about his staff leading with. Well, he's famous for the air when hit remarkable career and made the two thousand seven hundred and fifteen hits but what gets overlooked little bit forgotten. Is he was a great young player with dodgers, 'cause she and Bobby Valentine were to one in the traff? The nineteen sixty eight there were supposed to be the best recruits on US's football team. But he, he tore up his ankle in April of nineteen seventy five and he never walked right again. I'm and back when he was with the Red Sox, and in eighty five eight four eighty five he I those days, I used to go out and go to ballpark and about one o'clock in the afternoon to dress and shag will be pee all the rest, and always astounded me was it was, it would take buck. The two hours to have this. To all the stuff ahead to do ankle, so they could play. And he plays in such pain for so much of this career. There's no question. He were shot. Well, past three thousand hits heady been healthy. And so at that time, though, we didn't have all the analytics, three thousand but you went to the hall of fame, and that injury costed the whole fame, but he's still had a great career and I mean that play with bookie Wilson. It's so it summed up his personality, which is. And I'm not the only one to say this. I know Bobby valentines always said he buys the most competitive person anyone who ever knew ever ever met and that ball so booking. Ray night at for bookie's as looking hits top Brown ball on first he has no chance to be able to get him out. But he sees the quarter of his is Bob Stanley is delayed on the mound. He's not going to get the first so tried to charge scoop it. And then die for the bag and of course, the ball would by a little bounce of hop whereby and Ray night scored. But it was his never I'm like the ball whole right night at third. I'm gonna make that play and got out of the city and it's just that's was what he's time where USC is they still win. And we're roommates at SE and 'cause they were they were in the I believe there in the football, dorm, or something like that. And they, they would go out and work out every day, but they would race every day Bobby Valentine 'cause fly he got hurt. I think he was playing fraternity football game where he messed up before what happened to him in the major leagues loss. Lot of speed I think so, but they would go out every time Valentine beat him every race they ever ran. But every. Time. Buck with a. All right. Well, we'll be back here tomorrow and this won't happen again. I'll be mile any believe it. And that's just the way he was. I mean, there was a time in the minor leagues when Buckner Valentine and David Lopes collided. I'll fly ball in short right-field. And so he hurt his jaw, and they took x rays of them. Two days later found have broken draw and already played two games of the broken jaw. So the dodgers told probably sorta as manager, don't play the sky for the month. He missed one dam was back in the lineup mortgage. Aw. And that's just who he was. I know if, if you sat Valentine down on the couch, you could probably tell hours of stories about all the crazy things he did as a as a competitor. But and he was it was. Yeah. Somebody said to me the other day. Is that your main members? No, you know what he came back to Boston nineteen ninety the Red Sox wanted to go you went to the angels, and then the royals and he came back here. Red Sox in nineteen ninety and I was sitting behind home plate with scout front of mine, and he was here bowl against the angels to write feel you know, that corner in right field, a fly ball over Florida washes head and the that's low fence and short hop that fence but clo- couldn't stop and over the over the fence and got stuck underneath the seat. And the ball rolled back and I sent to Gord liking my friend, sitting next to mess inside the park home runs. Oh, I said, I work up Dante Bichette, centerfield, just standing, there was arms cost watching those anybody to go and get the boat. What else still see for the list around the basis of dove across home plate for I believe it was his last hit in the major league in my, so that's my fun. This memory of -pecially is a matter of how torn up his ankle was, how old he was he sills voices way around the basis to score the run. We're speaking with the great Peter gammons about the great Bill Buckner who died this week at the age of sixty nine of Lewy body dementia, and, and Peter, I gotta say, I mean, I got to know Bill Buckner a little bit later life. We did stories on the twentieth anniversary of eighty six and the twenty fifth anniversary. He was so gracious. He was a man of so much honor and so much dignity. And he had if such a big reputation the game but I was surprised by just how big the reaction was dissuade to his death. And it's because it's such a rich story. It's such a poignant story, and, and there's something, of course, sad or unfortunate about such a great. Player associated with that moment in particular. How do you try to frame, the legacy of Bill Buckner? I thought that the fans in Boston very well when the Red Sox brought him back in two thousand eight there was over day. There were celebrating the championship of two thousand seven but out from the opening luck there, wall came Bill Buckner they introduced him and he came, he walked forward to for pro the first pitch and the ballpark's good. It was. Just a deafening applause for him. And he broke down and cried. He was coming in. And it was a tremendous way moment. I mean they were Bill Russell was there, probably, or was there, you know, Red Sox heroes from different periods. I think he asked us there. And, and but there was this moment of, you know, hey, you still he was so great for them for the two years. And, you know, the one thing that they would all say John McNamara was criticized for not from Dave Stapleton in first base. But, but there was so much a part of that eighty sixteen that came back and beat the angels. There were down three to one at one point, and that series and came back on the and, and then he was such a part of the World Series team that. Say wonderful, but there was something really special about Bill Buckner. And when you were around him in the clubhouse, at two thirty in the afternoon and listened to stories realize what he was like he was so much apart. Not gonna forever in my mind. Remember, it's doing the right thing because that was how much respect but there, have no matter what it was right Evans, or, or Jim rice, or whoever they he was regarded as just he, he has he has the presence of the great player, and they knew it was almost impossible for him to go out every day. I mean, people used to say how the world is guy go out and play in the field at first, but he played pretty well. And you know, it was just remember Dwight Evans one day saying somebody, it's, you know, some people have greater wills and other than he was one Peter gammons the hall of fame baseball writer on the gray. Bill Buckner died this week at the age of sixty nine Peter means a lot to us that you come on, and share your memories of Bill Buckner. Thank you for joining us. Thank you very much. I just wish he had those two hundred eighty five s and so we also we can Lincoln Clack Cooperstown? That's right. That's right. Peter gammons. Thanks, you're covering. I'm Jeremy shop, and you can listen to new editions of the sporting life, every Saturday and Sunday morning on ESPN radio and ESPN app, beginning at six AM eastern time..

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"gammon" Discussed on Social Pros Podcast

Social Pros Podcast

04:59 min | 3 years ago

"gammon" Discussed on Social Pros Podcast

"Lisa Gammon from purple social advertising director, welcome to social pros. Let nature delighted to have you here. What a fascinating company purple. Is. It seems like it just burst on the scene fully formed. I know that's not true. But it sure seems that way and you have been doing some unbelievable stuff. Now, I'm gonna t- what a little praise you won the most effective monetization award out of six million, different advertisers from Facebook at Facebook disruptors summit. So to say that you have the most effective monetization of any Facebook advertiser. That's kind of a high bar declare. I congratulations second tells a little bit about that. That was definitely occur highlight for me, and as just based off of our innovative advertising tactics that we've implemented through Facebook and just a mazing recognition in front of very Sav. Vy and accomplished group appears for that to happen. The destructors which is the top point zero zero two percent of all advertisers are invited to that event and thrilled to be able to have the stage purple because many times in your career doing really an amazing things that maybe it's an previously as that running events company called the Colorado, and it was a Inoue's dying career and seeing amazing things but in an industry that was declining. So anyways, it's you don't get that recognition. Sometimes you also try things, and they don't work, and you don't get the performance that follow with my team was an awesome way. To celebrate a really risky campaign that we launched with them to remember that we need to keep this in mind for the next big gross. That we take that doesn't succeed that we don't get recognition for performance. Well, you mentioned that because you know, even somebody who's accomplished as you are. Social media advertise and spending a substantial amount of money on social media advertising. Totally know what's what's going to work until until you try it. It's not certainly learned some lessons. We'll talk about that here in the show. But, but I'm really glad you mentioned like, hey, not every campaign is going to succeed. You got to give it a shot and see what happens. Right, right. Yeah. Think a lot of times it's hard to keep that commitment. There's a risky campaign that we knocked off. There's like the final hours. There's a lot of people getting cold feet and. Create. It's crazy. Putting in? Why was it so risky? What do you say that? It was risking weird about it. So we got a partnership with Tim, and Eric I'm not sure if you guys campaign, the purple boys, and basically gave them free rein to create a content, and it was a six episodes of purple boys, which is just two characters content that Tim and Eric put together the only boundaries that we gave him was a want people to know that were purple and that we're mattress company other than that like run run wild very out there. It was outlandish humor. It's very internet very much made for this like, Tim and Eric fans. What was scary was that in order to actually scale this and see strong reach you're going to need to try to reach a broad means what happened, and there's a Heddon see that people would just would reject who these guys are. This is the word. Yeah. Yeah. But people recognize stood out in the news feed. It was it was actually ended up being six pieces of episodes two to three minutes long. And then each episode had over twenty assets that went along with it. And they were just made for Facebook made for mobile is basically Facebook campaign on steroids and with those assets, or we also had different audiences and copy made for the different platforms of platform that we had over fifteen thousand variations that we tested with. In the final hours. Like, maybe we should actually just target the Tim and Eric fan base. Like this before for sure gonna be testing this and see what happens like that. That's what we've been planning and prepping to do so that's gonna do to to our great surprise. We saw like are broader and interest targets perform, so not only from the performance, but also from like an engagement. So that allowed us to not only reach people at twenty four percent, lower CPM cost at our spend levels significant very significant. But the performance we thought it was going to be like a branding play campaign. But we saw performance follows. That's it was really surprising, even my book account managers..

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"gammon" Discussed on Business Daily

Business Daily

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"gammon" Discussed on Business Daily

"It could be a woman or child that's come from America or from England, Europe, married into a different religion and a different culture, Pakistan, Gammon Saudi, and the challenge being kidnapped and taken there. And again, you go into rescue to bring them back. So it really different. These sound like fascinating stories. Could you take us through one that particularly sticks out in your mind as being particularly Harry situation? Probably Pakistan. I'm guessing we'd gone to rescue a twenty three year old woman who had married into that culture. She'd met him at university here. He'd said, let's go on holiday six weeks, meet my family of she went and. Six months later, mom still hadn't heard from her. And then one day mom got a note drop through ho Doering Birmingham. An it said, mom, please help me on being held hostage mom contact us. We went out to Pakistan to sit. We could find out. We lot of surveillance broke into the villa one night, so I could talk to her on broken. I got to speak to her. She was absolutely shocked oversea because as woman, you know about a call for on a head dressed in black coming through a bedroom window. I explained from her mum. She was handcuffed to an. I'm bedstead. She told me she was three months pregnant shoes being right and stalled and beaten, and I should. We will come back for him. We will get you out. So we then had to try and work away together out. Unfortunately, for us, we go to find Cole. I don't know who it's from. I ninety sa- mites about three days later, say get out, they know who you are and Benazir Bhutto. I'd recognize me because I looked after when she was over here and she'd recognize me in country and thought she knew why I was there was to rescue somebody because do I'd had a conversation with her about it company is before. So we then had to go and Stoughton a villager in the day. And we did that by paying taxi driver to ram the gates. We got her. We got far as we could innovate, and then we had to halt for across the mountains into India that took us three days because we're trying to quite fit. But here I've got a pregnant twenty three year old who's been beaten installed and go to pair of flip flops on our fate and says to meet. She was the real hero. So we were being chased by the Pakistan army. We wanted into Kashmir by accident. And of course, the Kashmiri rebels were them firing at the Pakistan army, and we were still caught in the crossfire. So they wouldn't shooting us thank God, but we managed to get out and then we go into India and we go to home from there. It sounds like your job has required you at times to do things that aren't actually legal in that country. How do you juggle that requirements of adhering to the loyal or adhering to local laws while still trying to go in and rescue someone that needs rescuing clearly Justice, it's their new way. Docking news is Justice. Nobody has the right to still somebody until them you're now going to stay here in your going to do this. You know, it's not right. Everybody has the right to be where they want to be. Some people would argue that's the role of the police, though your not part of the police dry. It's not a row for the place because in this country, an issue, a member of the hyg agreement, then they will go and get your child back all your person by however, most countries like Pakistan and the Middle East are not signed up to the hike agreement. And unfortunately there police are so corrupt. Upped, they will take bribes. Tell me about Iraq then how did you find yourself in that country in Iraq? Again, it was some oil workers upset day. They accused him of cheating called. And the next thing is the son of Saddam Hussein. Yes, that's the son of Saddam Hussein. And the next thing they were thrown in into a cage and and so it was out job was to try and get them out. So how did you do that are spent a long time wearing a Boca and begging on the streets opposite where we knew they were being kept in. So I could watch the Gulf movements. See your job obviously involves a lot of personal risk..

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"gammon" Discussed on Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"gammon" Discussed on Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

"Into the leave sides campaign well it's not as an yet because this was an investigation into leaf dot edu they are still investigating vote leave and what they're investigating there is alleged links between we probably shouldn't cool satellite groups like believe somebody called darren grimes who was given an awful lot of money only about ten days before the referendum to spend and veterans for and there were whole series america of campaigns calling themselves x britain's students britain dogs for britain gammon for and the question is how much the vote leave used believe which was specifically aimed at young people and groups like veterans for britain if they did so to effectively overspend by channeling money to these groups who then spent it on you making the sabre pretty cross the message and the electoral commission is still looking at that originally rewatch brewster's millions they richard pryor comedy down grinds situation to much like that there's a lot of money to spend in very short time well yes there is i mean one of the problems when the points the commission has recently made is that is currently possible to spend even more by spending it before the reporting period i e the period during which if you spend it you have to report it if you can get some useful consulting work done way before that starts then you can deploy lots more money and at the moment that's entirely possible the electric mission nationally said this week earning last week but it would like the fines to be higher for fences like this but one of the problems is that as we know this is now nearly two years ago and they got what they wanted house our banks responded to it did he take it on the chins well he said the electric commission was a blairite swamp creation.

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"gammon" Discussed on Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"gammon" Discussed on Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

"The fact that then it gets bypassed into this to this other arena where we're we're we're talking about gunman is is quite you know i'd say problematic that i mean the timing perhaps i mean i'm not very conspiratorially minded but you do wonder whether basically when you've got this kind of pretty much unarguable confirmation of racism if you can then go but what if you know the left of the real racists attacking pink face might man i mean there's a whole industry based on the what if liberals of the real bigots there is i think we all say need not forget that's certainly there are people out there who believe all of these reportings on the rise of racism roy's fabien a completely fabricated and say and this is certainly the case in long among some some people that we've encountered with the research so it's quite there is so the fact that then that that news get siphoned often and co opted for something else there's also the serious news broadcasters the broadsheets have this failure of nerve having worked in a number of newsrooms you see oh my god the tabloids and evening standard especially going with gammon we've got to we've got to always go get that sort of panic response we we can't be seen to be out of step with the common would you laugh now the idea that tablets represent the common people but that's the that's the line of thinking it seems to me that we've got we've got to go for it and also it's a funny it's an unfriendly alliston it would be proud of us yeah so posey's took about that but we did in in a clever meta way maybe go away with it finally the electoral commission has fined leave or e you seventy grand for breaches of electoral law the group's chief executive has been referred to the police over the breaches of exceeded its legal spending limit by at least ten percent and submitted incomplete inaccurate turns the electoral commission for instance failed to produce proper invoices for more than eighty thousand pounds in payments and filed in that great returns regarding lanes it got from the group's founder lovable our banks but the commission found no evidence the leaf dot e received a nation's services from the disgraced cambridge analytica despite the fact that they kept saying at the time that they had rose this is your bailiwick so.

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"gammon" Discussed on Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"gammon" Discussed on Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

"Instrumental clever daniel hannan third topic there was a brief course of haram thing on the right as the un's reporter on racism published a report saying the brexit contributed to an environment in which explicit racial ethnic and religious intolerance have grown acceptability professor ten day to may said the discourses on racial equality before during and after the twenty sixteen referendum as well as the policies and practices upon which the brexit betas conferred legitimacy ray serious issues of the core of my mandate many with whom i consulted highlighted the growth in volume and acceptability of phobic discourse is on my gration and foreign nationals including refugees in social and print media big news but it was drowned in a sea of outrage among ruddycheeked middle aged brexit's ivankov annoyed use of the term gammon to describe them several people argue this was racist not just gammons but even toby perkins appro remain labor impe who then had a twitter fight about it with corbin tribune matt zarb cousins so we should i suppose i mean on the one hand i do understand people into saying that we shouldn't even be talking about this but a lot of people are talking about it and i think it papp's does get to some interesting sort of truths about the the debate and the the state of the country firstly who is a gamut he wants to explain what again is i know mate roles well the time has a long history which you can trace back to nncholas nickleby charles dickens if you want to whereas used describe sickly gene listrik mp but it's basically indicates somebody who is rather pink in the face almost certainly male and the cumulative effect of there being red in the face and angry makes them resemble everyone's favorite sunday lunch so that's that's basically the origin the term a lot of people have used it recently.

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Speculation on Bryce Harper's future as an MLB free agent

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:21 min | 3 years ago

Speculation on Bryce Harper's future as an MLB free agent

"Harper gonna land is a free agent as of today i would say is going to live with the cubs okay speaking of transactions wiley gammon at wiley game in thirty seven wants to know what are the odds at the braves make a big trade or free agency pickup within the next twelve months well we know that alex and is their general manager can make a big trade he did that on behalf of the blue jays but we also have to remember that the company he works for liberty when they had a budget down there is no wriggleroom it's like here's your budget so the other day steve phillips when i sent that poll question about bryce harper where's he going to land steve answered that he thinks he's going to land with the braves i think there's no chance of that happening because i just think bryce harper is going to be too expensive within that liberty budget now it'd be crazy though if you put harper in with all that young talent whoa wow now fun with freddy freeman like freddy freeman i i think that bryce harper would have some line of protection what do you think i would say soon yes speaking of which speaking of fantasy scenarios jake from state farm wants to know if you could pay to current players together on the same team who would it be please exclude existing payers like i'll to van correa or judge stanton.

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"gammon" Discussed on The Librocube

The Librocube

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"gammon" Discussed on The Librocube

"People can change let's hope must what's true of others india you know good morning bonner bolton the aim gavin please game gammon sponsor is good news touring test tutors or t t t she returned test coming up let us prepare you at touring test tudor's t t t o the coincidence the the game that we're going to be talking boat has called the touring test all kinds of five coincidence uh true test is the first person puzzle video game developed by bolck head interactive published by square onyx annex the game was released for microsoft windows and xbox one in august when 16th wella a playstation 4 version was released in january 2017 uh yeah okay so let's from the work of pedia uh got this on a recent steam sale believe it was the steam halloween zone fact uh it i had heard of it before and are always an assertive positive light uh one thing i had heard and can now confirm is that she was a lot of similarities to the video game dole without the sense of humor via move this probably not quite as good and not funny as portal uh you know what else i heard someone say in it's sorta goes with being a handinhand with what i would i just said not being not fair if the scheme had to come out before portal or around then we would have been amazed river is this we have poro so you know um.

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"gammon" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"gammon" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"Exactly who has never been repealed and i was there back then yeah hey why stop there i'm going back to fake meant caveman law do it or hey why stop there i'm going back to single sell law angle fila where all you do is eat and reproduce asexually he just split apart and here i think the reason the people do it also ism they don't pay taxes to the us government says they're sovereigns at all that's so sets of data and in their hunt for the longterm play right they're gonna work at will and longer and for those people what is it like i mean i've never heard a story of i've always heard the of i got a friend who has paid taxes in five years because of this clause in this particular thing in the constitution that says i don't have to pay taxes and now yet and i haven't pay text for five years and then i never hear the flip of that story end of that which is like gammon jail for fight will they get argument i had a friend get audited first seven years of unpaid taxes and it was like took over her life for a year yeah because she had to just deal with this and lawyers and all these things it's not f i can't be fun i killer was i in your hang up nafir mess around with that stuff ever ever i just pay my taxes it's like even things they're like a loophole or something like that or like a deduction that's like questionable it's like it's just even the process of going through an audit isn't worth it if people were like oh you should be doing this and you can be doing that like no no i'm going to links right down there whenever it says that the yarmuth all that form and then the line that were says pay this amount i pay that amount in that's it right now i mean it's too soon.

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"gammon" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"gammon" Discussed on Channel 33

"Horrible means society set up that way too for the way people in iraq do we have a kind of a good faith feeling out there in in its there to be abuse by the evil you know the the psychopaths felt vulnerable yeah it's it's vulnerable were all vulnerable there's not that many sexual abusers but they're very prolific the average like sexual assault person who commit sexual assaults a read this insane statistic he the how many do they commit in their lifetime yuthana 1214 four hundred so you have one person ruining four hundred lives you really have to get that person don't get everybody get that person get let's get that guy because again they're bad people and it's compulsion it's it's not like they grew up in wanted to be that person they just star can actually test for it i don't know the ethics of putting an asterisk by the person who tests on this sociopathic scale but they will they unfortunately head to the top of a lot of industries because they have this compound airing confidence because it never crosses their mind that there anything less than just perfect in great people which sounds like a good wall street leader to me that's right or maybe you're president a lot of confidence let's make him ceo is i don't like him i don't want to be emma gammon driven but dammit he's confident and like this is so bad we need that is just why are we mine wired to like these people sorry i'm going off on this but it's been on my mind ally now it's i mean it's the most important story in the business he working in at the world it's it's horrible we need to recalibrate what were attracted to let's get much more.

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"gammon" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"gammon" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"A just again nutty things at face value not looking at the surface in inside the damage money was loss and i certainly feel sorry for the victims but um you know the denise to someone is just do a whole big booker research on a lot of these uh hacks and whatever it get into some of the nittygritty against speculative and ask what could of this really book really could have been going on here was this merely incompetence because again it competence is often often a cover for extreme malfeasance it's really easy for people to say ups are bad armor stay we were looking the other way uh when in fact maybe they're paid to look the other way because they're partners with the criminals or uh they weren't looking the other way 'cause they were the criminals themselves they had a lot of making accusations i don't have any hard evidence to say what happened here but this is still important to really to really try to understand of when these uh the you know hacks in in the crimes occur in and how they occur we and it's the engine room and saying cui bono mike who stands to gain mexican authorities if we're going to be allocating like investigative resources the stuff like well i mean where should we shine the spotlight i think gammon would the great buys the search on in the spotlight you know because one he's go better but they're him to he ceo of the wall company with boehner boat he was at three the puck went into the net on his watch four there's a whole bunch of money the got lost five it wasn't all the money.

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