24 Burst results for "Garett"

"garett" Discussed on Sessions

Sessions

05:29 min | 10 months ago

"garett" Discussed on Sessions

"Who thought this was an act if not collusion and I talked to this player after garrett. Left and i explained to him. No we're we're just idiots. That's all this player was ryan feldman. That's when i met him yeah he worked for. Espn at the time and he really liked poker and he smiled a lot. He was very cool about his suspicions. In after i explain it to him no we just you know putting when we come down here. He got it and maybe a few months later garrett was hosting football party at his house and i invited ryan to come to come over. I think i'd gotten to know him a little bit better at the time and more than that one of my friends who was coming with us played more fighting than i did and he had become friendly with ryan. So we invite ryan to this this football party garrett's in it's obviously on a sunday and Ryan brings his laptop many grinds poker tournaments while the rest of us are sweating. You know. I have beds over under all that shit of funny This guy obviously love poker a lot and then that night We continued on. I think there was some shots of fireball. Being passed around. And this was the official meet between ryan feldman and garett elstein and it It was an important one because it's just true that they went on to make history together poker history together at live at the bike. A few years later ryan built the thing in garrett was and is the big draw. Ryan probably didn't know at the time but i was in the early stages of my four year plummet down to rock bottom. Garrett was closer to me so he actually had to feel the wrath of it sometimes unfortunately next time i saw ryan I think we were playing five ten no cap the bike and so maybe maybe a few months after that party or maybe even a year and he cooler me in dot max value. You got the full double up. I'm pretty sure he had ace's nineties king suited. i think it came You know king ex- ex- too hard. So i just call them down and i call the shove i probably you know. It's just one of those hands where i probably should have folded but it made sense to call in the moment and it doesn't matter i'm just trying to give the history For some reason and that was it though. That was probably last time i saw ryan. We stayed in touch text. Messaging here in there mostly to bet on some stuff right. We both love sports a lot. As mentioned he worked at espn and he won almost every bet we ever made. It's fine and then. I did go on to commentate on live with the bike. One time but Ryan was already on his way out at this point. And you're going to hear a little bit about that soon. As soon as i bring on ryan but the point of this episode is not to shit on anyone else..

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New York Yankees miss chances, fall to Jays in opener

Get Up!

02:00 min | 1 year ago

New York Yankees miss chances, fall to Jays in opener

"Let me take you to another one yesterday yankees and bluejays on a chilly day. The opener a yankee stadium. And here's the highlights from this one. Bottom of two one. On for gary sanchez and gary. Sanchez has left the ballpark sanchez. The first yankee catcher to homer on opening day in eleven years jens have a two one league garrett cole now doing the pitching and not well oscar hernandez oh no doubt about that drills one the left in the six that ties the game two and garett cold not pleased bottom nine. Same score winning. Run it second. Aaron judge of the plate. Can he be the hero on opening day. That's the question. The answer is no judge. One for five struck out twice. We're going to extras top of the ten runners. At second randall. Grischuk pool rightfielder. Aaron judge can't get it no. We can't sixty five percent was the hit probability on this. It's an rbi double. The run comes around to score and that would be the difference. Blue jays win it three two in extras on opening day. And so back to you jessica mendoza. What's your number one takeaway from the ball game yesterday in the bronx gary sanchez. I mean you've got to remember a lot of people. Were watching last year gary sanchez. You didn't think he was eating a start or be in this lineup for the yankees. Because how bad help awesome. He was offensively last year. Being one forty seven six four strikeouts tech eight teen walks. His biggest thing coming in was to be able to sit back behind the baseball. That home run. You could use feel the pressure. Come off of him. Why because there's so many other guys in this lineup. That when they struggle. It's up to gary sanchez. And he's the difference maker to me because you know when it comes down to aaron judge who also struggled with this game carlos stanton both of those guys are prone to injuries. They're not going to be in this lineup throughout the entire season and to the big piece. That's missing because by the way it is world series or bust for the yankees team. Gary sanchez has to step up. I know it's only one game but that run was huge

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"garett" Discussed on Your Own Pay

Your Own Pay

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"garett" Discussed on Your Own Pay

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"garett" Discussed on Your Own Pay

Your Own Pay

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"garett" Discussed on Your Own Pay

"Next up. Is kathy kathy. Low kathy lee's on mute yourself. I did ask her off. Air you are. We are your so kathy mysteriously disappears. Where you anyway. This i've louisville kentucky as we all know now from land on taylor. Yeah those things first of all. Thank you all so much Peggy mike for being here. And i would really love to get involved with multicultural group some way or another okay and somebody can tell me about that sometime or outlets peter or something This is a passion of mine I had a black childhood friend who has disappeared from my life. And if anybody knows a blind woman named dyin jennings please let me know And we'll let y'all to that. Yes Letter from birmingham. Jail is on book. Share if you could share anyway. And i'm curious to know if Any know where the term beloved community came from was that from howard thurman was that aren't luther king. Does anybody know mike peggy. I'm not familiar with the term Michael might be as administered something. He's familiar with the community. I i. I heard the term several times and i sort of assumed it came from the african american church but i could easily be wrong so much could have. I dunno fireman could be a quaker thing to for all we know but i heard the term Yeah i wanna. But i would love to I think that right now joined us. A group of side of people I don't know if i it or not called the beloved community Would but i think that feeling more comfortable with a blind community groups who who involved With social justice and that kind of thing thank you thank our own. Has we have someone with the last two digits of six thirty eight as a phone number of you could meet yourself six three eight. But this is beth from new mexico. I i also in very pack of mind social justice. And i also wouldn't mind being involved with the multicultural committee and all i wanted to say That they talk about you know these people just want to be dependent on the government and stuff you know a lot of people don't even want wanna hang out they just wanna hand up very very very good and that is something people a lotta. The wealthy aren't willing to give them. I don't know. I don't know what the problem is. You know. they're greedy like you say well my cynical response that is. I think the wealthy get former hand outs from the government and the rest of us. Do and i'll i'll i'll say you don't win. We don't want to hand out. We just want to end up.

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"garett" Discussed on Your Own Pay

Your Own Pay

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"garett" Discussed on Your Own Pay

"The question is is is sometimes. How much is enough. And if i've got an abundance and my brother over here doesn't have enough. What's wrong with me sharing with you know in in some people think that that's socialism they wanna put a put a political name to it. They think that's socialism and that's wrong but they paint a picture of it but when you've got people in poverty they're trying to stretch reach and you don't want them to come in steal your stuff. Well maybe if they had enough they wouldn't steal york. Yeah and i guess what was on my way to say it. But that's i think. I think i would push back a little bit mike when you talk. Socialism the issue is not whether. I wanna help you because i have. I may have wore the new research that you need or uber research that i need. The issue is the role of the government. You know that's that's that's where the issue really comes to play. What role should the government play in supporting that kind of works supporting poverty supporting poverty reduction. I should say and that's a whole different set of questions himself. It was going to be hard now. We're almost thirty trillion dollars of debt. But it's getting high and getting hotter but is amazing. It is amazing. This is the last thing. And i'm sure dr. I pretty confident. Dr king would say something similar. Which is it's amazing that you know Folks with with lots of money or getting these massive tax cuts and they always seem to get when it comes time to get money to help them tight through the virus. They seem to be get to the top of the line. The front of the line. Amazing how this stuff works. Sometimes too you know. And that's kind of what. What what michael was addressing to is that the have always get more in the have nots. Stay where they are and get less and i. I just believe that until people stop and think that enough is.

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"garett" Discussed on Your Own Pay

Your Own Pay

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"garett" Discussed on Your Own Pay

"And the draft was arranged. My memory serves me correctly by a lottery system. According to your birthday. I even had to go. I had to go down to on my eighteenth birthday. I had to go to go and do what they registered for some. I'm sorry to say was a lottery system. According to a day of the year they would put the three hundred sixty five days of the year. And then you pick one out that would be the lottery pick so if it happens to be your birthday even though it didn't happen on your birthday. That's the personal wet. Go ahead michael. I'm sorry but they wouldn't let me go in. She match wondering why. There is this dr king but there is that sir. I can't remember the guys name. Maybe saudi while the audience members who the draft board refused to believe that he was blind and he had to go through this whole on cross and finally he he said he he was. He played guitar player and he and he and he wrote this song. Saying i like i don't lie to go now. It sure would be fun but you must go with me and help a gun. He can get out somehow. He was caught this morass. You will vietnam. I don't care you know they. I don't know what happened. Just czar so strange things happen. I digress but i really funny. We have another five minutes. We're going to be taking questions from our participants. We have participants listening. Live right now to this program. So if you want to ask michael peggy garrett a question feel free to raise your hand and raymond will coordinate things and call upon you at the appropriate time or if you've a comment to make you know what you've said spur something for you to say. Please feel free to say so. I one of the things that i learned from dr king over the years you know people are always saying things like how can we make things better..

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"garett" Discussed on Your Own Pay

Your Own Pay

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"garett" Discussed on Your Own Pay

"Because you know in in in that day and even to this day you know. He was trying to raise the level of of living for for a black americans who primarily most most of us came from poverty stricken areas areas and in parts of town education. The whole nine yards. But when you really listen to him when he talked about poor people he included poor people. It wasn't about it wasn't just about black folks. It was about poor people all over this country. Yes in that that even when you start to look at how that looks in in the in the grand scheme of things in terms of racism even among four people. There is that division. And he's trying to get everybody to cease to see that if we were going to be one nation if we were going to fulfil our creed to every everybody equality not only starts from the color aspect but it also starts from an economic aspect and our just add mike. He opposed the vietnam war. I lost a lot of friends because of it. And why do you think he did that. I think in part is because all destruction that we were that we were causing over there and the poverty that we were causing over there. You know i. I think that was part of why he opposed that war and and not only that. Not only that. There were a lot of there. Were allowed of black soldiers going over there. They were exposed to agent orange. I have a cousin who's living the effects of it right now and i just got off the phone this morning with a preacher friend of mine was also a vietnam vet. He's got physical injuries. He's he he had He along with several other people in endured the psychological trauma from that war and he acts actually had to. Have you know psychological. Help to to to ballots himself so he said he says that did it was it was a traumatic experience in my. My cousin has the physical and psychological issues himself. It took it took. It took a toll on on the soldiers that went win over there to work. Takes a toll on everybody. That's one thing. I've learned over the years and of course we're the most most people go go to. War are those who are have less money. Right have los less status given the vietnam war draft and amazing how this worked out. All the rich people could find a way to get out of the draft including our current president. No and i see exactly so and and of course when they come back. These folks who have had these psychiatric issues don't have as much support as they might if they had if there are more resources behind them it really is a. It's a it's a problem. And when you talk about the draft of the vietnam war a lot of the young guys were would drag the young black men. Exact allowed them enrolled enlisted. Because at that time they weren't getting jobs they saw there as a way of taking care of themselves and their families and allow them did not make it back. But as as michael stated a lot of them came fat with health issues that will be with them as long as they live.

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"garett" Discussed on Your Own Pay

Your Own Pay

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"garett" Discussed on Your Own Pay

"That. When barack obama became president that that was the ultimate acceptance of blacks that we would not have racism because a black president was voted in by a majority of the citizens of this country on merit. Only i would hope go ahead. I'm sorry good now. Arizona i was just gonna say that was the whole but for those of us who live with this on a database day to day basis. We knew that that was not the case. It was a blessing but we heard all of the other undertones of we. We were way of all that was going on in the background. As we knew that you know it was a great thing to happen. We knew that it did not change a flat the plight of a black americans. It just repair. We prayed mightily every day for his safety and peace and a piece of this country. Even though congressman would would publicly disparage him. You know in in front of everybody. Has it ever happened. That a congress member would stand before everybody and say you ally. Yeah you lie you know. I don't think that would've been less likely to happen. If it'd been a white president much less likely it's just a whole thing and you know it was a great moment. When when president obama won the election it was a wonderful moment and But i've been doing diversity training and diversity work and for years and i had some i this. I knew this wasn't the end it was. It was a major accomplishment. And it still is but i without getting too political local followed and look who look what happened on january sixth reversal. Arte certainly show is taking what you said that it never never fully went away. It didn't it. Didn't take much encouraging. Did it on the other going to go back to one of the other. Facets of dr king sure dr king talked about think piggy. Brought it up for awhile awhile ago. He talked about poverty a lot..

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"garett" Discussed on Your Own Pay

Your Own Pay

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"garett" Discussed on Your Own Pay

"One of the types that i listened to a of a earlier today he was talking about how during the times when they were being arrested. And how they were packed into the paddy wagons elect sightings can but how they singing and pray how once they were even in the jails how they would sing and pray and even some of the jailers was stopping. Listen they would just move this third because of their fate and it was his faith that gave him the courage to stand up. It didn't matter who was an audience a who was listening but to say what needed to be said. I think i think it's faith is incredibly important. After all he was a minister and he was a devout good. He's there he's he says you know. They pushed him out to be to lead this movement but he said in. The reese says a recesses of my heart i will always yield poured the clergy. He was a preacher through and through At one of the things. That really saddens me is i mean. His faith was credible. But we i think we also need to remember those of us who are in that faith. Is that the majority of of the preachers. And the people in the christian faith back then and maybe even now oppose him or they were neutral. there were the tepid waters if you will and i. It's one of the things that saddens me about that. So of us in the christian faith just didn't support him back then and some ways. Don't support him now. Whereas i as i say we i was listening to some appears his sermons and things that i think would help people to hear them talk about the habit dream. And i've been to the mountaintop but i wonder how many people have actually listened to those whole speeches. Those hold sermons to hear not just the part of the dream amounts of what he said. Prior to that one of his songs. I was listening to or it was the speech. He talked about the number of clergy. Who were there. He said it did his heart good to see the number of clergy who regardless of what opposition. They may have to face. Would they are in support of going on and his speeches and the upcoming might that that was going to happen. What when i was growing up i i was. I was raised in the church until i got into high school. And what i learned over time was that the only minister who went and marched with dr king in our town was the pastor of.

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"garett" Discussed on Your Own Pay

Your Own Pay

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"garett" Discussed on Your Own Pay

"Might start all right. Let michael start. I think when when brewing in that during that time period year as a as a youngster Living the things that martin. Luther king talked about. You could see that there. Was somebody out there who was championing the cause and so as as a youngster especially nine thousand nine hundred sixty three was a landmark year because so much happens and as as a young child you know to to to have witnessed the march on washington this assignation of of john f. kennedy and then to start paying attention to all of the things that was going that will that will that would happen in one thousand nine hundred sixty four sixty five the riots of sixty six sixty seven and all of those things as we were growing and living martin luther king was at the center of it all and so he he became sort of an a living icon for all of us who were growing up living what he was talking about going up in that time. You know as michael said it was so much going on in because of my age our ages i guess at that time it was hard to put it all in perspective it was. It was a time where i grew up in an area that was totally segregated. Had had a lot of issues With what was actually going on and then oliva sudden Distressed out there. You know you turn on the tv you pick up a magazine and it was just right there and to see him see his courage and everything that he was trying to accomplish. It was amazing to me it. It not only opened my to the fact that accurate be a part of it that there was something i could do but it was just amazing to me that i had been missing so much of this time. Fourteen fifteen telhami each year. But anyway just just getting out there and getting involved. Because of what. I saw him attempting to do trying to move us forward and just make such a difference. I look back on it now. And i wish i had more of a sense of of the courage that he had at that time but i did what i could but it is just amazes me more even more now than it did at at time of what he was accomplishing. What he did accomplish what he wouldn't accomplish if he had been killed when he was been assassinated. So bob if it's okay. I'd like to talk about my experiences. Wealth all this and heard about dr king. And i'd vaguely heard about is. I have a dream speech in washington in one thousand nine hundred ninety.

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"garett" Discussed on Your Own Pay

Your Own Pay

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"garett" Discussed on Your Own Pay

"This is in perspective with bob. Bronco and peter. O'toole i everybody. Welcome once again to perspectives. My name is bob branko and as always. It's a real honor to have when peter out joel my good friend and co host with me today. Peter how you doing what's going on. We're doing fine. The weather here is terrible. Windy snow Just sort of miserable typical winter day. But we're all looking forward to the candy. Kansas city chiefs game on sunday afternoon. I've picking them to win. I am too but not the super bowl. Oh well i go to the super bowl against the saints and after that. We'll see what i'm gonna say because i don't know yet okay so right now what i wanna do is thank everybody for making it. Possible for introspective to be aired. Those people include the media outlets and then our producer. Raymond gay. Thank you thank you also our website. Designer jacqueline sylvia from j s web solutions who makes sure that our show archives properly on our website. Just go to. Www dot branko events dot com arrow down until you see in perspective. Podcasts click on those and you will see our archives programs from latest to earliest this weekend seen as their c. jackie for sorry about that nursing. Jackie this is a very special weekend. Because we're honoring a historian where honoring somebody who made some very landmark dreams and decisions and intentions back in the sixty s. We're talking about the late. Great martin luther king who had a mission for us and to be honest with you. I wish you were here today. Because what's going on today. I think he would really be frowning upon. But i'm gonna get into all that later. What i i want to do is introduce our guests. Peggy and michael garrett from the american council of the blind cultural multicultural affairs committee. You i said that. Right and peggy chairman of the committee and michael is a member. Welcome to win perspective. Michael and peggy thank you. We're very pleased. We're very pleased to have you today. Talking about martin. Luther king all that he's done for us what i wanna do. First of all is get into martin luther king at his beginning and how he came to be. So why. don't you folks talk about him. Give a background and then we'll take it from. There.

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"garett" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"garett" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"For you right off. The hardest thing about this is no matter how bad things are no matter how bad we disagree on things We still can argue about meaning lists things when it when it when it's all said and done likes rats and that's important you know we say it's meaningless but it is extremely important and I think that's been one of the more frustrating things for a lot of people as you know. It's it's not saying you're not caring or not paying attention to the real things that are going on but this was your nice escape however long that might be so. I know people like you me. We all understand the the bigger issues at play here but yeah the sooner the better which the when that happens it means that things are finally starting to get better. So it's all a positive right absolutely and there's GonNa be some really interesting specific rockies things with this to the thing I'll be most fascinated by that. They play a season. You know Not at at home ballparks. In location as it were is the core sealed hangover effect becomes a complete non factor in the coors field effect in general. And so what will the team look like? This is a team. That's never played in a normalized environment. Suddenly playing in the most normalized environment possible That's going to be absolutely fascinating so but what happened now. See what happens. Drew appreciate you. Man What are you what are you doing? I WANNA say. What are you working on specifically Rocky Related Right But what else do you do with your followers? Your fans can can check out and of course our listeners. So we've been watching old rockies games Monday Wednesday and Friday at three PM. 'cause Major League baseball it's just made them available on Youtube. We send up link on twitter. People come and watch and you know it's like we're watching an actual game and we talked about it and we use the Hashtag. Whatever we do. Podcasts I mean going through the twenty eighteen season lately. But we've done some fun like you bought a no hitter When John Gray struck out thirteen padres It's been a whole lot of fun going back and kind of re living these moments and of course we're cherry picking the good ones system So and then we're doing a lot of stuff on the. We launched a gaming channel. And like you said people will watch sports and I know that because a lot of people are showing up to watch me play video game baseball once. They need You know I absolutely get my friend. I appreciate you and being innovative too. I think that's important so drew. Always look look forward to these chats man and again. I say this every week but we'll see where we are next week. Who knows what's going to be store forest so I'm an we'll hang in there. We'll talk to you soon. That's true crazy. Thank you Andrew Craftsman D. N. Vr rockies normally Iraqis insider throughout the course of the season. But we don't have we don't have the need for a lot of insight into the rockies roster but it is curious though right all these storylines that you look at that. We love about sports. It's not it's not just about watching guys play a game. It is all the story lines that go into it. This players feeling pressure Nolan Aeronautica. Will he be a long-term Rocky Will Garrett? Bowles be replaced. This left tackle position. He has been having any Broncos Fan. You ask is going to say this guy is not been very good but is it as easy as just no. Yeah find his replacement in the draft. No because the draft is a crap shoot no matter what but if you draft in the first and second round you're immediately saying that guy probably going to start next year that's what we expect pretty much But if you get somebody the third or fourth round then you Kinda so. We'll we'll get into that more on the other side. That's our power play. Sports poll question today. Should the Broncos be drafting his replacement and again that means they're drafting some a left tackle or a tackle at the first or second in the first or second round this whole show powered by energy review of tombstone coming up in the second hour. Don't miss that find out. What round were drafting? That movie in. We'll be right back. We're here with.

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"garett" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"garett" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"Baseball so really different there for a little while but it was a thing where you could go and instead of thinking about this thing. That's going on and all the horror in the world you can gonNA go in desmond striking out again. Maybe and maybe I'm not as mad about that as I would have been in the past maybe maybe instead of throwing stuff at the TV now. Just get a little bit of a smirk. Go but you know what other I'd rather watch desmond hit into a double play Than not have any baseball at all. That's when you when you sit back to back to normal here we go there and it's good to see that again. Yeah it'll be it'll be interesting for sure I agree. I think I think you get into it. And it's going to be like I don't really care if the rockies win tonight. I really don't care if they win tomorrow. Maybe not even the next day. Then you start I think. Oh we're old rival own for then I think rockies fan suddenly start going okay now. We're it's official. We're playing baseball again. Let's let's get after it here. This is still. This is still important to us. So let's let's we'll be curious to see how it progresses and eventually someone will grab a great headline that we can rally around the opening it. That's one of the great things about opening day in baseball as they do it. But everybody plays so. We have a rookie throws a no hitter. If a rookie throws a no hitter on opening day then nobody cares about the damage for a minute for whatever you know we get to just all baskin that for a little while then even matter who really doesn't and you know and then for your individual team like you said. Yeah first couple of games are just happy back but by game five. You're gone and then Nolan still hitting like four twelve like you know and and and and you're injured at that point there's patterns that have been emerging as the great thing about this game every single day I it's a thing that's there for you when it is there.

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"garett" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"garett" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"Pretending that we're having one because I have not heard have you heard as the NFL cancelled season yet. I haven't heard that in fact I still think we're going on with the draft. Assuming we have it. Should the broncos replace Kerr polls before the two thousand twenty season now? Do you think it's obvious? But you know what that means. Colfax if you're going to replace Garrett Bowles Right now on this tenth day if you're planning TEMPTA- of April if your plan is to replace carpools then you are absolutely drafting a tackle in the first round maybe second. A third rounder means that it's a competition fourth-round or means hopefully this guy shows us something. Fifth Rounder means. Hey your project sixth. We had the pick we might as well see what happens seventh. He was there. He's a person I mean. That's what it is so if you this means so those of you that are voting. Yes Fifty. Five percent of you or voting. Yes draft his replacement. You are saying then that the Broncos need to be picking him up in the first round number fifteen and I'm going to go through that list today guys that are potentially going to be there because this is kind of like that linebacker spot. There's some good ones early and then there's some okay one's past that fifteen mark. I don't know if it makes sense with number fifteen if you take them in the second then Yeah Dalton. Riser started so we can. We can use that case right off the bat but much after that. This is not a guy that you are expecting to replace Garrett Bowles this just before the twenty twenty season this is the question should the broncos replace Garrett Bowles before the twenty twenty season basically leading into that those of you that are saying no give him one more year? Forty four percent of you which I agree with a mainly because I don't think the broncos aided drafting an offensive tackle in the first round if they get a guy in a later round that gets in training camp and wins the battle then cool. It worked out for the best but I'm not there. There's other needs that. The broncos need to fill I do their offensive line. Got a little bit better already and a lot of times. You see this with offensive lines if you can secure a left guard and get your right tackle position figured out and get your center position that lifts all boats if you get two or three guys. That are pretty good. Be To a then. You can kind of make up for a D. type player or C. Minus TYPE PLAYER WHICH. I think we would all agree Garrett Bowles more so in that D to see in the reason he's it closer to a C. is because actually he's. He's physically very good. He can be his mental part of the mental part of his brain. His game is is is tough you know. He has a lot of penalties. He's one of the. I think he led the League in Holden calls last year. He was one of the top ten in overall penalties in the NFL last year and he was up there in the ranks of a lot of guys that are just not very good. Don't have jobs now so we'll go over that a little bit later on first advantage text line three one nine nine six three one nine nine six are fans excited to get back out to games. Colefax there was a recent poll done. And I'll give you details on that. Poll that can tell you what fans think. Once things are allowed to open up and fans are allowed to go to games. How do you think they feel about that coming up? Next twenty three minutes after the hour this is the whole show powered by energy also talked to drew crease. Man All things. Major League baseball and their proposed changes for for a shortened season. Or what have you so much for? We'll.

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"garett" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"garett" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"Adam Schefter the xfl suspended operations Friday morning and laid off. Nearly all of its staff. Multiple sources told Kevin Seifert and field. Yates the League. Currently has no plans to return in twenty twenty one out. I guess it doesn't necessarily mean it's over but you're shutting down like everybody else's but you're you're flat out saying next year is not going to happen. Does that mean it's done for sure? Does that mean you can reload this thing in two years? I would've sure thought you had to have some kind of a base built and I don't think the XFL. I don't think they gained it. You know I would imagine the again. This is just me taking a guess I would imagine that the the powers that be in the xfl looked at the ratings looked at the numbers that they were doing when things were somewhat normal and then thought man. We're not going to get back to normal for very long time and we definitely need ticket sales not about the TV deals as much is a lot of these big these big leagues so I would guess they looked hadn't said boy it's not even worth it to to try to work to next season now. Rejuvenated the League once the obviously they started that back in the early two thousands and then came back and redid it all again. So I I. I'm guessing they could do that again if they wanted to. But now the xfl seems to be done for I events text line three one nine nine six three one nine nine six another big story of the day. Colefax supposed.

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A Return To Simplicity...

Marketing Secrets

07:53 min | 2 years ago

A Return To Simplicity...

"Everyone who has awesome. So I'm in the middle of recording the audio books which as painful as writing a book is recording. An audio book might be more painful It is really hard to like steak cited your energy levels up in like an all these things while you're reading three ninety thousand were books which is really stupid that I look at it that way. It's funny the guys doing the audio engineering stuff. He's like. Some people read like one audiobook in their lifetime but nobody reads three in a week. So that's where we are right now and it's funny as we were driving here today have so tired and I were talking about starving artists Mike Panel. I'm not a starving artist. I'm just tired artist so I think I think when you first get started you're starving artists trying to figure out how in the world actually make money and then eventually figure that out and then you're just tired artist because you can't keep up with the all the stuff that's happening and all of the The opportunities in the things that you start creating insert figuring out your voice so Anyway as I was going today through the I'm about halfway through Mexico pays two hundred and fourteen in the The expert or the dotcom secrets book. I started expert. Sorry I started reading traffic secrets I because that one is next book or selling them going back and read the dotcom secrets and behalf that right now. So that's where I'm in the process halfway through all three bucks and I was reading kind of fun because you forget about these lessons that I wrote the the dotcom secrets book six years ago and kind of forget about some of the lessons. One of the ones that got me really excited as I was reading as. Oh my gosh like I talked about this. I did it for a while. Have been consistent with it. Was this concept of daily seinfeld emails and it's interesting because I think so many times. We're we We see here. We're trying to figure out. Okay what's the what's the what's what am I going to say. What's IT GONNA look like freak out and we get so caught up in like the? They got the right message that we have two times. Don't even publish anything. It was interesting at fucking live behind the scenes. I was sitting there is after Zephyr Garrett White spoke on stage me him and todd. We're backstage talking about stuff and talk about funnels complexity and it was funny because Garett head temporarily moved his email stuff to some other provider away from action over to To entrepreneur I think and And we can ask. Why do that? He said well we did it because we wanted all these things that actually do and he started talking about all the features and the things. He wanted to add a ton of complexity to to his office better sequences. And I wouldn't you move it over a year Mike. How's how's it going and he's like well like nothing's working like we. We haven't done it yet and todd starts laughing. That's the problem. Everyone has sit down. They wanted these insanely complex funnels and funnels and messaging and sequences is. We spend months mapping other things where they never actually get anything done most. Never actually go live looking. They want then shiny whistle. They want the the the you know. The the hack the technique the thing that the all the millions of features but the reality is the reason why people been successful click funnels so far is because it's simple right you can't build a funnel eight thousand variations like you build very linear like five page funnels in a page funnels and seeing things. That are very very simple right. Is We force people to like have simplicity and then because of that those people have success whereas other platforms like give you unlimited complexity ability. Jake Oh my gosh is amazing. I can do a billion things but then because you have so much complexity you never do anything and we have the same thing. We were We were looking at all. The different segments decided. Click funnels right. There's like people who who who started trial but in the cancel people who started trying to stick for month and they leave people who fill in step one of the order form and then they leave people who have been on for all these different segments of quick funnels users and so Almost a year ago we sat down said okay. We want to write different different messaging segments for each of these lists right so if somebody is on a positive cuts the sequence. We'RE GONNA use to get them. To Re upgrade their counts of is we sat and we mapped out like I think like nine or ten different segments and always email sequences right here. We're GONNA do that because it was so big and so complex. We never did and fast forward six months later. We had an funnel marketing retreat. We sat down and said Okay House those things going right where we still have done them like why not like woes too complex. We said okay. This dude against Mapfumo out again went back to the drawing board and last six months. We still have to him. So then we went. Hired this team to enforce because we can't even get these out the door hire somebody else to do a forest right so higher than I than us they map out the same thing we mapped out two hundred times and then they start saying well for email and you'd be able to split testing those in different headlines and accidents and do this yes and they were trying to get us to recode actually next Adam split testing all these things and finally months in. Todd's like we don't even have an email yet like little IMOs to split. Like what are we? Just make this simple and just put them in and just do it like just stop trying to make everything so complex. Just use it the way supposed to be built in so we did. We had them write emails. We plugged them in. And there's those split testings or nothing but guess what emails going out. Oh my gosh year. In two months later we finally have the thing out and I think that so many times. We get so complex things. I look at in dotcom secrets book. You know six years ago. I wrote this book. Initially and the strategy is so simple. Somebody joined your list. Take them on a soap opera sequence to build a relationship with you when they finish that sequence they drop into a broadcast. We daily broadcasts telling stories about what's happening in your current life right now and tie the story somehow back into your into your Endeavors you're selling and that's it. It's simply wake up every morning and that's it are so my team this last week and said you know if if if. I look at all the things I do in a day right I. I'm being the CEO. And I'm writing books and I'm creating content and I'm tweeting in videoing and instagram me. And all the things right. There's a million things I'm doing every single. All these things are critical. If you look at like what's the one thing that I can do everything that actually makes the most amount of money for me in the company. It'd be send out a daily seinfeld email. Email a million plus people a message to get some reminded about why they should use. Click funnels Builds a relationship with me. That's there's nothing more valuable not yet. I haven't done consistently for Click finals so it's been five plus years since I've done the one thing that would probably be the most profitable thing they could possibly do. And the reason why is because we keep trying to build up all this complexity in our sequences and they if somebody's this and then we're in the value-added moved they go from here to here and like all this stuff and we've been talking about it for years literally years and none of the things are live yet And so this is my commitment to myself to go back to simplicity. It's a commitment that Garrett at liking live after we talked about this he said I'm calling my guys up all my guys who've been begging me for all these insane features that would move everything on our platform over to and now nothing's happening we're going back to simplicity removing everything back when focus on simplicity. So guarantee that commitment to me making the commitment to to you into my team and everybody we're going back to simplicity and so my message for you today. Is that stop focusing on the complexity complexity keeps you from actually finishing the project ever and this is not just in business. It's business but it's also turn all aspects of life right in your in your relationships in your family life in your Just all the things we're doing I think a lot of times we get to these the super complex things I think about spiritually to have I know I if I woke up every morning read the Scriptures and that was my number one. That's the most important thing I could do. My life would be a lot better but instead I these complexities of all the things I gotta do to try to like you get closer to God. It'd be more spirit. Whatever it is that are so complex that keeps you from ever doing it. What's the simple thing? What's the very simple you can do? That actually has the biggest impact in your life and start thinking about it in all different areas of life in your personal life and your relationship in your business your marketing like whatever the thing is if you watered down and only done one thing each day would be the most vital most valuable most important thing and then just do that and then needs to take the rest today off. I don't know I don't pen you or then do the second thing after that. Then take the rest of the day off but anyway hold the help somebody out there again. Complexity is the killer of US having success in so simplify things. I promise you I promise you. Things will be better for yourself. Hope to help say she has all listening.

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2020 presidential candidates push ahead to Nevada caucus

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:13 min | 2 years ago

2020 presidential candidates push ahead to Nevada caucus

"We're just nine days away from the next presidential primary context contest it's actually a caucus in Nevada tonight. Four Democratic presidential hopefuls including the top. Three finishers in New Hampshire have been taking part in a town hall in Las Vegas hosted by the Civil Rights Organization the League of United Latin American citizens this afternoon that states powerful influential Culinary Workers Union. Which has been outspoken in its criticism of Bernie Sanders Medicare for all plan announced? They won't be endorsing any one specific candidate with us from Las Vegas. Tonight are veteran road warrior Garrett Hake and Garett let's Garret. Let's establish something. And that is that culturally for most of the Democrats in the race. Who SKEW HEAVILY STUDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT? Las Vegas might as well be Cultural Mars so having established that please tell us about the contours of this upcoming caucus. And along the way how they're gonNA decide this one wholly different territory geographically and culturally out

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Beyond the Helmet Hit: Who is Myles Garrett?

ESPN Daily

08:42 min | 2 years ago

Beyond the Helmet Hit: Who is Myles Garrett?

"Myles Garrett delivered enact that will define him for the rest of his. NFL career from now on no matter what he does people will always remember myles Garrett Eric as the guy that could have killed football player on a football field by taking his helmet and swinging it like a weapon. Brown's defensive end myles Garrett has appealed suspension for striking steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph in the head with his own helmet. Who is the player behind that violent image Mitch burned into fans minds? ESPN's Ryan Smith sat down for extensive interviews with Garrett before this fateful season began today today. The story of mild-mannered pass rusher. WHO's now at the center of a football firestorm? It's Thursday November twenty first. I mean this is. ESPN daily presented by Dell small-business yesterday myles myles Garrett went to New York to appeal his suspension. What happened but let's remember this all stems from the game Thursday Night Ryan Smith is a correspondent and legal analyst for ESPN CLEVELAND Browns? Pittsburgh steelers and in the final seconds Mason Rudolph and myles Garrett get into who it and myles Garrett pulls off Mason Rudolph Helmet and hits them with and getting in there was myles Garrett. Ain't took the helmet off off and slammed him on the top of the head. Oh my goodness data and Garett an indefinite suspension at minimum suspended for the rest of the season and the playoffs offs myles Garrett is agent his lawyers they all met in front of an appointed artless common arbitrator for this James Thrash. A person I would hear this case former. NFL Player and presented his case. Any argued from precedent. He basically said that a couple years back. You're a player for the Texans. Antonio Smith swung his helmet at then. Offensive Lineman Richie Incognito for the dolphins and that earned Smith a two game suspension during the preseason and a one game regular season suspension so for Garrett and his people the arguments simple. That's what happened the last time something like this this happened. And that's what should happen for me. Knock a lengthy suspension. I'm getting right now Ryan Myles Garrett. Wasn't the only player involved in the news this today. Mason Rudolph also gave a statement from my involvement. Last week there is no acceptable. Excuse the bottom line is I should have done a better job keeping my composure. In that situation and fall short when I believe it means it'd be a Pittsburgh steeler a member of the NFL. What did you make of that? Here Mason Rudolph is on the day that myles Garrett is having his appeal hearing and he gets up in front of everybody and he apologizes for his. Is Babe you're in this. I found this stunning here. You've got a guy accused of attacking another guy getting lengthy suspension for it and on the day of the hearing the person who arguably I guess you could say has been victimized comes up and talks about his part in it and almost in some ways exonerates the aggressor and in a way showed that. Hey we all had a role in this and nobody should be excused. Everybody has a little bit of blame. I have no ill will towards myles Garrett great respect for his ability as a player and I know this you know if miles could go back you would handle the situation differently Ryan part of the reason I wanted to talk about this story with you is that you spend a lot of time with myles Garrett. You interviewed him for sixty this summer. You got to know him so I was wondering wondering where were you when you first saw the incident. And what was your reaction. I was at home and I was just kind of hanging out flipping through the channels stop by ESPN. And I see something involving myles Garrett and I. It doesn't really compute to me what I'm looking at. But then as I looked closer I realize is exactly what he did. And and I'm hearing the commentary I'm hearing the outrage but the first word that popped in my mind was why I would never ever in any way. Excuse the conduct. It's just an excusable no matter what happened but I spent better couple days with them in our reporting for east sixty and this was a guy who's introverted. This was a guy who in some ways is mild mannered. Heard if you can believe it and this was about as far as anything I would expect from myles Garrett based on the Guy I know what is it that brought him to this point. Well who has the guy you knew. What was it like when you met him? You know what's so interesting. I got to tell you the very first time I met him. He walks downstairs to sit in our interview chair. And he's wearing a queen shirt. He starts talking about Queen loves the group loves. The music is imploring me to go see the movie that kind of is myles Garrett in a nutshell he's exactly nothing like what you would expect from a guy who replays the way he does who appears the way he is his interest are so wide ranging. It was nothing like anything I ever expected. He loves poetry a tree. He's been writing poetry since he was a boy emslie. He walks among the missed unseen. Two most he doesn't exist. He loves COMEX. He's going to comecon this year to attend some events somewhere down the line. I left to go and not to species for. Hey I'm just here to house and finally the costumes. Maybe one day no just myself. He wanted to dress dragon. Ball Z. Character he he loves anime things like that at the beginning of the interview he said to me I was a boy who report Mama for other man to play Publ Myles Myles Garrett. The person is far different from myles Garrett the football player what did you learn about his upbringing. I mean this is a guy who came from a family of athletes so much talent athletically. His mom was an all American American in track. His sister won a national championship. In track is brother played basketball for the nets. And I'm not just talking about average athletes but really really top level athletes another flight. You can do anything like do whatever makes you happy. But you're going to play some sports. He had sort of this. Love hate relationship that that was more hate when it comes to football playing football at that time even though really didn't want to but at that time I really didn't care for bod playing coming back are you can't play vic so played off of the linemen definitely not for me. I played the game and good at it but there was something missing was Kinda and that passion for the game so it was kind of hard to be okay amounts. His First Love was really basketball and at one point when he was in high school athletic director wanted him to play football. so He's a look. You can play basketball as long as you play football. So how does does he go from being a kid who wasn't even sure if he wanted to play the sport to being the number one overall draft pick and it's a really interesting story when he was around around his sophomore year coaches sat him down parents in the room and they sorta gave him an ultimatum. So you're GONNA put your heart in it or you're not what you're gonNA stop waste of People's time laid it all on the line or you can bring your hips almond bus. Sit Down and do I really want this. Do I really WANNA play football. I'm all my life and they say this the get it. No you could be one of the best. It could be the best player in the nation. This guy is a competitor like he wants. That's to win. And I think when he heard that that it could be the best in the country that SORTA gave him permission to sort of go after people to be the aggressive to be fiery on the field. It wasn't about hurting people. It was about showing people that he is the best that he can be the best best and from then on his play chains really started piling up sack numbers by midway through his senior year. Now you got scores scouts else coming in to see him and as he says. Nick Sabin

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"garett" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"garett" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Pray for the comfort of garett hall's wife is disease is widow and step daughters. And thank our police officers every day. Thank them shake their hands hug them and buy some lunch and just say, we love you. And thank you guys. Thank you for coming on time means a lot to me. Thank you for giving us hope that we can still have a police department that has not led by activists. Think you. We really appreciate you having tonight. And, you know, right after corporal, Garrett Holt was killed in the line of duty. You're a major part of our community and pushing. How to help the family of, and I thank you. But I like to thank you, and your show for supporting Yasser Fort Worth, and the fourth police officers association and very, very bad time. I want to tell you that you guys mean a lot to me. And it means a lot to me. What you do. It means a lot to me, who you are. And I have the privilege of befriending many Fort Worth, and Dallas and other police officers in the Metroplex, I have family members. Current and past and flew, my father who are police officers and you know, I'm almost in tears. I just love what you I love you and I thank you. And when, when, when people are getting murdered, you run to the scene to take the bullet and, and to stop the threat, and that means everything to me that you're out there, taking care of us in protecting us. And we love you very much. Thank you. I got thank you. And I'll close with Matthew, I think it's five thirty six at five or something like that. But blessed are the peacemakers for they should be called the sons of God. And they are the peacemakers, and they have to interface every day with the switch and the scum of the earth, and regardless of what color or what nationality with ethnicity anybody is there is the, the problem in this society. And in this world is not gun. It is not knives. It is not even drugs. The problem is the condition of the human heart. If you ban guns, they will kill you with knives. If you ban knives like they're doing and have been doing in Great Britain with already ban guns, then they will go toward something else. They'll use a crowbar they'll use a bat because the human heart is the problem. It's the condition of the human heart among all of us, but people who have the most issues, who, if somebody stops them or doesn't give them what they want. They will take it, and they will use that weapon to punish somebody for their own inadequacies of their own emotions of their own issues in our. Police officers to them become the parent in real time having to stop this garbage. We will never end the murder and the rape and the wrath that is in the human heart what we must do is always honor those who seek to prevent it and to protect us. And that's who these guys are. Now we have a tremendous story as well that I would have done in the beginning. But the police chief getting fired today. A went number one, number two, is that we have an eight year old girl who is in, in with their mom or dad tonight. Thank god. And I wanna get into y ambler wasn't pulled initially, I want to get into the mother and her reaction in, in trying to stop this guy. The guy who went after and took this woman, according to the police, and.

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"garett" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"garett" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Thing too. Vice hover sides of the Phillies. I'm sorry for getting your hopes up. Garett eleven guarantee, you I don't know how dramatically but the TV ratings radio ratings. Go up on the team. You know? That's a fact. Yeah. I mean, I don't know how much certainly more early in the season if they're in a late then. Yeah. I mean we've seen around here. I mean, people listen to giants baseball. But boy when it's like. When it's a good season. It's amazing people love giants based one. I'm sure that's the same for NBC sports bay area forming sports running on his sports. The giants on them are part of it. Don't they own that that thought they did that they are they had some they had some. I n there is something there. The giants had a part of it. I thought they did could be wrong on that. But you gotta factor that in it's like, the our pool halls thing. All bring it up. Because I can bring it up angel from. A TV deal. The TV deal. Harry. Carey exactly. Oh. I'm not saying this would be a TV deal, but it's an answer Larry benefit now. So. All I'm saying is made a lot more interesting. It made this off season. A lot more interesting. I mean, I look I'm still very skeptical. And I never thought they'd even get into it. I didn't even think it'd take a call price giants online one talamante they called him and they called the giants. Larry Barra's funny too. Because I saw the Q and I was walking out and I go. Hey, good to see in may. He's just stopped take one picture. Like, dude, you go. How's that buffet? He did. He said, I stopped to think one picture. Walking. Did you see the tweet the guys? Like, hey, I thought that was Larry Baer B E HR. Oh. I told my buddy that look Larry Baer B HR what bro. Good Bod gives you killed it. All right, six thirty specials. A lot of good stuff on the way sex basement. Women looking for a date for that one. Valentine's promotion named salmon after your accent. You could do something like that. Madison. Bumgarner would do. Oh, this is a good one pregnant woman upset with lack of beef Patty smashes in New York restaurant window with a bat. Anybody could anybody who significant other was has been pregnant at surprises. No one whatsoever. Yeah. Mexican like me, then she got pregnant. Oh boy. That's what you should be the salmon thing. That's the answer and everything. The name the salmon NAFTA. Did you read the rest of it? No, even the salmon after and then they feed the Sam into the bears. Give their I'm getting that name osaman after your ex before it's fed to the fair. I'm doing that. I'm doing that right now. This break bears. Hey, what's your name? Joe, boom. I wonder if you get a video and everything. Great. And they throw it up in the air. That'd be great. Hey, I got your Valentine's Day gift keys were divorced. I can't believe it. Six six vessels next on these sports leader Tolbert.

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"garett" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"garett" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"John. Sports. A little last minute addition to our schedule here coming up at two o'clock. Gary Myers is gonna join us and garett Kentucky a little bit about the alliance of American football. I got a call yesterday. Caller, said you know, you guys haven't talked about that at all week. That's interesting. Well, CBS network is behind it. They televise the games last night and spring football. I don't know. You know, I was watching a little bit of the pre-game stuff last night's fan. Girly had an Abbott and Costello movie. I had no interest in watching a little bit of it. And you know, there's some legitimate names involved with this league, and we'll get into that with Gary and a little bit. But it's not necessarily, you know. Vince McMahon here, we've got some legitimate football guys and Gary's working as a consultant to them. And obviously, he's a very legitimate football guy. So we'll get into that with him and see where he thinks this thing is going now, obviously being a consultant means on the payroll a bit that carries Gary's of various football fellow. And I think he's gonna give us some good stuff on that. And also he'll talk about the NFL as well. All right. Let's go back to our phones. Jeff in harmonic, you're on the fan. Jeff. Hi, Richard love the show. Good and bad, obviously. But I'm curious can you say another professional sports organization that has more current income to owners than the Mets given their large market cap. Their their way, they pay in the way, they manage the expensive. It's an arbitrage, and can you think of another organization where the owners are taking out as much current income? And I don't blame them because I think the fans in power by allowing the wilpon to get away with this. But can you think of other teams work Kerr income because of the large cap arbitrage and the small spending is as agreed. About the Yankees to think about it reinvest. Okay. Well, here we go Mets are spending about one hundred and sixty give or take this year and payroll, right? The Yankees are spending a little over two hundred the Yankees, supposedly, according to Forbes, and some of the people who know these things are taking six hundred million dollars a year the Mets I don't have a figure on the Mets. But I would say it's probably just a little north of four hundred so proportionally the Mets are spending more of what they have. Then the Yankees are. Now, the Yankees will make the point as the Mets will I'm sure if you bring these numbers up, well, we got stadium caused that. We have to do we have front office. We have a minor league teams, blah, blah, blah. But the keys are worth more have more revenue. Streams and are spending. More but forty million dollars more versus what they could spend. If they really really really wanted to break the Bank. So I hear it..

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Ari Burnham, Garett And Lauren discussed on Donna and Steve

Donna and Steve

00:53 sec | 3 years ago

Ari Burnham, Garett And Lauren discussed on Donna and Steve

"It's the Grandpa's Burnham showed off sonogram photos as she plants a kiss on. Ari Burnham capture. The photo our greatest adventure begins June twenty nineteen Ari expresses excitement as well. Posting two picks with Burnham and the sonogram photos with the caption absolutely nothing compares to the moments. You find out you're going to be a dad, we cried, we laughed, and it really was such a special moment for us. We're so freaking happy. I did not know that he was still with or. Yeah. They're still together. Lauren. Here are meant to be together. They're both boring. And they should be together. And it's great and our girl back. I went on to be on the bachelorette, and then meet garett and fell head over heels in

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'This Is Us' Season 3: What We Know So Far

Elvis Duran

00:32 sec | 4 years ago

'This Is Us' Season 3: What We Know So Far

"So Dan Fogelman the creator of of this is us sat down with deadline and he told the audiences I'll get. Ready season three, comes back September the, twenty fifth but he gave us a little insight on what they're going to be. Discussing three they're going to be, tackling, Vietnam Jack and Rebecca's, first date Randall. And Beth I ate during a dive into Toby suffering, from depression and they're also gonna talk about, Jack's, brother NICKY and what his role was with the at Phnom and his role to Jack. As. Well okay so there's some of the cool story lines we getting on the third season

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Tour de France 2018 - which is the better team overall?

THEMOVE

04:08 min | 4 years ago

Tour de France 2018 - which is the better team overall?

"This is from Cassandra in New Zealand wants to know if you guys think Thomas would have won on another team without that great skies support. No. No, yeah. On a lot of levels. I mean, not. In the lead up to the tour, everything the Bobby touched on about team sky and the resources that they have available. So his his preparation would have prohibited him from winning. And obviously then in the race, having the strength to that team, there's no way. My group that good job chores, better given what we saw in the classics this year and what we have now seen in the tour which is a better team overall this year sky or quickstep that's from Paul. Overall, you gotta hand it to quickstep. I mean, they've dominated the classics of what was a four toward France stage wins. So it gives a jersey polka-dot jersey give the overall too quick stop. Who's the best climber in the tour because it's not Julian alpha leak. No, but he's gonna win this. This is why I don't like this jersey. I mean, I love this kid. He's dynamic. He's entertaining can walk on his hands. He can do willies but he's not the best climber in the tour de France. Let's Garin was the best climber this year. I mean, he never. He never faded when when he got attacked, he was the first guy to respond. Just look at the way he finished off out do as he. He was the guy with the most power left on the hardest mountain stages. I wonder if we could have seen Bernal uncorked still Brunell would not be able to finish finish off those climbs. Like garett would. Yeah, too young. This is the list from Denise in the Netherlands. I have one question after listening to the podcast freakonomics and the podcast of the move, is there any way that Lance and that other good looking guy could use their context and cycling to get something started to organize the cyclist in some sort of union, powerful enough to have a say in their sport. Unfortunately, Lance would not be allowed to do that, which is very unjust in my opinion. Right? Because you would have a powerful voice and and and would would be able to help change a lot of things for the good, but hang, why would I not be allowed to form a union? I don't know. Actually, maybe maybe, of course I could then get, let's do it. Yeah. I mean, I I don't. I mean, look would Travis tiger and you saw they make the rules up as they go along. So I maybe not. But based on my understanding, I would think I would. However, the problem is a union means unity and to get two hundred guys. The hurdle will always be to get two hundred guys to to unionize to all agree through cultural differences, language differences, economic differences. How do you get them to all agree? And if you have defectors essentially they won't work. And so I, it's just really, I'm adamant that. It absolutely should happen, but I'm also pessimistic that it could happen. I think you have people look. This is an example right tour of Italy, two thousand nine comeback year. Go do that Janki race, and there's a circuit in Milan. Surgeries, it's super dangerous Tramtrack everywhere, like brick every sketchy. So these guys needle DeLuca Zain the jersey and konczal ours in the race bosseaux in the race. All these, you know, quote, unquote legends or in the race and coming up to me and they say, hey, Lance, we can't. We can't raise today. This is too dangerous. You gotta go tell the commerce. That's okay. I'll do that. So I go back to the commerce boys. We're not racing this dangerous, and then they have this idea that they're gonna stop at the finish line and the needle DeLuca is gonna grab the mic and say to the fans, we're really sorry. We can't raise today students, and I said, I said, okay, well, let's all stop. That's fine. I said I said the five and said, but your ass. That'd be right beside me. Right. So when we stop at the at the finish line DeLuca is gonna grab the mic..

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