35 Burst results for "Gary I"
Kim's tie-breaking double helps Padres beat Braves 7-3 in 11
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Ozuna, Riley spur 4-run rally in 8th, Braves top Padres
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Ex-Oklahoma officers charged in fatal shooting of Black man
"Two two two two X. X. X. X. officers officers officers officers are are are are charged charged charged charged in in in in the the the the fatal fatal fatal fatal shooting shooting shooting shooting of of of of a a a a black black black black man man man man in in in in Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma following following following following a a a a probe probe probe probe by by by by the the the the Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma state state state state bureau bureau bureau bureau of of of of investigation investigation investigation investigation two two two two former former former former Lawton Lawton Lawton Lawton Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma police police police police officers officers officers officers are are are are being being being being charged charged charged charged with with with with manslaughter manslaughter manslaughter manslaughter in in in in the the the the fatal fatal fatal fatal shooting shooting shooting shooting of of of of a a a a twenty twenty twenty twenty nine nine nine nine year year year year old old old old black black black black man man man man quadri quadri quadri quadri Sanders Sanders Sanders Sanders authorities authorities authorities authorities say say say say officer officer officer officer Robert Robert Robert Robert Hinkel Hinkel Hinkel Hinkel who who who who is is is is black black black black and and and and Nathan Nathan Nathan Nathan Ronen Ronen Ronen Ronen who who who who is is is is white white white white responding responding responding responding to to to to a a a a nine nine nine nine one one one one one one one one call call call call in in in in December December December December fifth fifth fifth fifth two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one where where where where caller caller caller caller said said said said Sanders Sanders Sanders Sanders was was was was waving waving waving waving a a a a gun gun gun gun in in in in the the the the house house house house and and and and wouldn't wouldn't wouldn't wouldn't let let let let a a a a resident resident resident resident leaf leaf leaf leaf the the the the two two two two officers officers officers officers shot shot shot shot him him him him a a a a total total total total of of of of fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen times times times times Comanche Comanche Comanche Comanche county county county county district district district district attorney attorney attorney attorney Kyle Kyle Kyle Kyle Kobelco Kobelco Kobelco Kobelco said said said said no no no no gun gun gun gun was was was was found found found found on on on on or or or or near near near near Sanders Sanders Sanders Sanders police police police police body body body body cam cam cam cam video video video video shows shows shows shows some some some some of of of of the the the the shots shots shots shots were were were were fired fired fired fired as as as as he he he he stood stood stood stood with with with with his his his his arms arms arms arms raised raised raised raised over over over over his his his his head head head head attorney attorney attorney attorney Lee Lee Lee Lee Merritt Merritt Merritt Merritt representing representing representing representing the the the the Sanders Sanders Sanders Sanders family family family family says says says says he he he he wants wants wants wants the the the the charges charges charges charges upgraded upgraded upgraded upgraded to to to to murder murder murder murder defense defense defense defense attorney attorney attorney attorney Gary Gary Gary Gary James James James James described described described described his his his his client client client client as as as as good good good good officers officers officers officers saying saying saying saying evidence evidence evidence evidence will will will will show show show show they they they they believe believe believe believe Sanders Sanders Sanders Sanders was was was was reaching reaching reaching reaching for for for for a a a a weapon weapon weapon weapon in in in in his his his his pants pants pants pants England England England England ronin ronin ronin ronin were were were were fired fired fired fired from from from from the the the the police police police police department department department department on on on on January January January January seventh seventh seventh seventh a a a a hearing hearing hearing hearing is is is is scheduled scheduled scheduled scheduled for for for for August August August August both both both both men men men men were were were were released released released released Friday Friday Friday Friday on on on on the the the the twenty twenty twenty twenty five five five five thousand thousand thousand thousand dollar dollar dollar dollar bond bond bond bond I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king
Grizzlies' Brooks tossed as Payton breaks elbow
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Jim Geraghty: Canceling Student Loan Debt Is Biden's Hail Mary Pass
"Here's a Jim Gary writes at national review, and we're going to post it at Mike online dot com. It's a splendid splendid piece about punishing the responsible. It's a Hail Mary pass. It's all it is. It's Biden's Hail Mary pass for the coming midterms because he sees the catastrophic writing on the wall for Democrats. They're going to get their clocks cleaned in November. I think I hope I trust Jim Gary writes if you borrow money and sign a contract, promising to pay it back. You have to pay it back. Are you going to suffer? Consequences, at least that's the way it used to work until Democrats decided they could win a lot of votes by just waving a magic wand and declaring that people didn't have to pay their student debt back.
Curry, Warriors hold off Jokic, eliminate Nuggets in Game 5
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Siakam scores 34 as Raptors avoid sweep, beat 76ers 110-102
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Embiid hits winning 3 in OT, 76ers beat Raptors for 3-0 lead
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Kershaw pulled after 7 with perfect game; Dodgers top Twins
"Clayton Clayton Clayton Clayton Kershaw Kershaw Kershaw Kershaw made made made made his his his his season season season season debut debut debut debut and and and and fired fired fired fired seven seven seven seven perfect perfect perfect perfect innings innings innings innings in in in in the the the the Dodgers Dodgers Dodgers Dodgers seven seven seven seven nothing nothing nothing nothing shut shut shut shut out out out out of of of of the the the the twins twins twins twins the the the the three three three three time time time time Cy Cy Cy Cy Young Young Young Young Award Award Award Award winner winner winner winner struck struck struck struck out out out out thirteen thirteen thirteen thirteen and and and and threw threw threw threw eighty eighty eighty eighty pitches pitches pitches pitches before before before before being being being being pulled pulled pulled pulled by by by by manager manager manager manager Dave Dave Dave Dave Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts the the the the twins twins twins twins only only only only hit hit hit hit was was was was a a a a single single single single by by by by Gary Gary Gary Gary Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez off off off off Alex Alex Alex Alex was was was was see see see see a a a a leading leading leading leading off off off off the the the the eighth eighth eighth eighth Cody Cody Cody Cody Ballenger Ballenger Ballenger Ballenger Gavin Gavin Gavin Gavin locks locks locks locks in in in in Austin Austin Austin Austin Barnes Barnes Barnes Barnes hit hit hit hit back back back back to to to to back back back back to to to to back back back back home home home home runs runs runs runs in in in in the the the the eighth eighth eighth eighth inning inning inning inning to to to to secure secure secure secure the the the the win win win win Mookie Mookie Mookie Mookie Betts Betts Betts Betts had had had had two two two two of of of of the the the the Dodgers Dodgers Dodgers Dodgers hits hits hits hits and and and and scored scored scored scored twice twice twice twice on on on on the the the the ferry ferry ferry ferry
Pascal Siakam has triple-double, Raptors beat 76ers 119-114
"Pascal Pascal Pascal Pascal Siakam Siakam Siakam Siakam recorded recorded recorded recorded his his his his third third third third career career career career triple triple triple triple double double double double and and and and Gary Gary Gary Gary Trent Trent Trent Trent scored scored scored scored thirty thirty thirty thirty points points points points as as as as the the the the raptors raptors raptors raptors won won won won for for for for the the the the seventh seventh seventh seventh time time time time in in in in eight eight eight eight games games games games one one one one nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen one one one one fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen over over over over the the the the seventy seventy seventy seventy Sixers Sixers Sixers Sixers C. C. C. C. acromed acromed acromed acromed thirty thirty thirty thirty seven seven seven seven points points points points twelve twelve twelve twelve assists assists assists assists and and and and eleven eleven eleven eleven rebounds rebounds rebounds rebounds shooting shooting shooting shooting fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen of of of of twenty twenty twenty twenty eight eight eight eight from from from from the the the the field field field field precious precious precious precious at at at at US US US US scored scored scored scored twenty twenty twenty twenty points points points points to to to to made made made made a a a a career career career career high high high high five five five five three three three three pointers pointers pointers pointers helping helping helping helping Toronto Toronto Toronto Toronto win win win win without without without without the the the the injured injured injured injured Fred Fred Fred Fred vanvleet vanvleet vanvleet vanvleet and and and and OG OG OG OG Anunoby Anunoby Anunoby Anunoby Joe Joe Joe Joe well well well well and and and and be be be be provided provided provided provided thirty thirty thirty thirty points points points points and and and and ten ten ten ten rebounds rebounds rebounds rebounds for for for for the the the the Sixers Sixers Sixers Sixers well well well well James James James James harden harden harden harden had had had had thirteen thirteen thirteen thirteen points points points points and and and and fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen assists assists assists assists on on on on the the the the ferry ferry ferry ferry
Top-ranked Barty retires at 25, goes out on her own terms
"RT is twenty five the number one women's player in the world her next move will be retiring from tennis the retirement announcement comes just two months after party won the Australian Open the first time I've actually said that out loud and yeah it's it's hard to say but I'm sorry happy and I'm so ready party says it's time to chase other dreams I don't have that in me anymore I don't have the the physical drive the emotional want and and kind of everything it takes to to challenges over the very top level anymore party announced her engagement to trainee golf professional Gary kiss sick in November right now she says she spent and has nothing more to give that for me is is success I've given absolutely everything I can party left the tour for nearly two years in twenty fourteen because of burnout switching to professional cricket before returning to tennis I met Donahue
Towns has 39 points as Wolves surge past Warriors 129-114
"Karl Anthony towns had thirty nine points and nine rebounds as the timber wolves coasted to a one twenty nine one fourteen victory over the sputtering warriors my best trying to get this win tonight really good team you know you play the goals they wars wake up with a different energy despite deangelo Russell pitched in twenty two point two million Beasley added twenty on six of nine shooting from three point range from Minnesota Steph curry led Golden State with thirty four points but the NBA's all time leading three point shooter went just five of sixteen from downtown Gary Payton the second added fourteen points for the warriors who have the NBA's second best record but have lost six of eight I'm the very
Raptors rally for 2nd straight win over struggling Nets
"Gary Trent junior led the raptors offense as Toronto won a back and forth affair one oh nine one awaited Scotiabank arena trump junior led a team of mostly rookies and second year players in the final five minutes finishing with twenty four points including nine for nine from the free throw line that's cool see ya come it's gonna be Barnes chipped in with eighteen points each former rapper James Johnson led an undermanned that squad with nineteen points it was the raptors first capacity crowd since mid December following the lifting of covert restrictions join the debate Toronto
Gary Brooker, frontman of rock band Procol Harum, dies at 76
"Procol Harum singer and keyboardist Gary Brooker has died after a battle with cancer he was seventy six our margins are a letter with a look at his career Gary Parker knew that when he died Procol Harum a whiter shade of pale would be the song he'd be remembered for he said in a twenty seventeen AP interview he was proud of that song but it was not the best one he had ever done what shall I have a my grace no I didn't know I wouldn't have it on my grave I don't even think I have it played at my funeral I'm gonna write something much better for my funeral local ham had various line ups over the years but Brooker was a constant worker also owned a public talk Eric Clapton how to fish and was married to the same woman for fifty three years
DeRozan powers Bulls to 111-105 win over Raptors
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U.S. Senate Candidate Mike Durant: Gary Gordon and Randy Shughart Were Deserving of a Medal of Honor
"When I was an instructor at our academy I'd see a lot of the students sometimes at the end of a hard PT session You know you'd hear the moment and grown and you were in the military You know what I'm talking about Oh another lap whatever we got to do More kettlebells And I would sit them down on this little exercise kind of mat thing we had outside And I'd say guys listen I want to tell you a story And I would tell them the story of Gary Gordon and Randy shughart the two Delta snipers that saved your life And how they had to ask three times three times to go down and save your broken back broken legs You know they could have easily taken the first answer as no Mike and said you know what I did my best tried to save his life but they were walking Michael Durant into sure death They had to know that And they did it anyway And you know what Those agent treaties would get up and be like I got another lap in me like my life isn't so hard Having lived it their memories must mean the world to you Well you're absolutely right And I often question I mean I was committed to my comrades as anyone else out there on the battlefield that day But I question whether or not I would have had the fortitude in the will and the courage to essentially as you described it insist on being dropped off because initially they were told no And they realized that without taking action we were gone And my life is proof that in the end they were correct And they were absolutely deserving of the middle of honor and there's no way I could never be paid Yeah Well I was talking to Mike durand candidate for U.S. Senate in Alabama I think it's noble you to say that I think we all say that Would we have had we have had the strength and the courage to do the same thing That's fair I mean we all you can never know that until you're in that situation
U.S. Senate Candidate Mike Durant Recounts 'Black Hawk Down' Experience
"Me You've probably told this story probably 10,000 times But it is a really incredible harrowing story of what the Gary Gordon and Randy shughart and you went through in that really dreadful day in Mogadishu Can you just give us kind of the rundown of what you went through I mean it's really incredible story Sure I'd be happy to I was in doth in last week by the way and I'm surprised I didn't run across your uncle but if I go back down there I'll have to track him down And then all the folks there said the same thing They loved it there and it's where the flight school is for the army for Rutgers right close to there So very familiar with that area So back to your question It's been portrayed in the movie Blackhawk down the book by cart down I have my own New York Times Best Seller that I wrote that really fills in a lot of the gaps That down didn't cover But in essence this was a special ops mission all the usual suspects delta four SEAL Team 6 my unit the one 60th army rangers We're going in there to capture We were supposed to capture a list of 50 And these were terrorists They were actually connected to Al-Qaeda in 93 no one had even heard of Al-Qaeda but we found out after the fact that Al-Qaeda was involved So arguably it's the first time we sort of went head to head with Al-Qaeda Regardless we're performing these operations We've done 6 They've all gone really well Captured a little over half of the people that we were supposed to capture including the number two guy And the problem is that you're going to be adapts just like everything else in life You can't run the ball up the middle a hundred times The defense is going to do better on the 20th time So the fact that we had done the mission that number of times really reduced our probability of success and I think contributed greatly to the fact that the smallies were better prepared for us on October 3rd Day mission worst part of town all the bad guys are there Just the risk factors were
Siakam scores 33 points, Raptors beat short-handed Bucks
"Pascal Pascal Siakam Siakam scored scored thirty thirty three three points points and and OG OG Anunoby Anunoby and and Gary Gary Trent Trent junior junior had had twenty twenty two two apiece apiece leading leading the the raptors raptors to to a a one one seventeen seventeen one one eleven eleven victory victory of of the the box box Fred Fred vanvleet vanvleet added added nineteen nineteen points points for for the the raptors raptors who who improved improved to to eighteen eighteen seventeen seventeen Milwaukee Milwaukee was was without without head head coach coach Mike Mike Budenholzer Budenholzer due due to to health health and and safety safety protocols protocols and and was was minus minus Yanis Yanis intend intend to to Cooper Cooper because because of of a a non non related related covet covet illness illness Chris Chris Middleton Middleton led led the the bucs bucs with with twenty twenty five five points points Jordan Jordan Nora Nora tallied tallied seventeen seventeen Andrew Andrew Holiday Holiday Inn Inn DaMarcus DaMarcus cousins cousins each each had had fifteen fifteen points points I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
"gary i" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Com. You can follow gary and instagram. At gary brecca jerry. Ck maybe we'll get some any. You guys all right after the show obviously got five prime full late common five methyl pro league. My and my aunt. I've got some the proper kind of be twelve and Test results in the next testing to document my mt f. Are maybe we can even maybe an if those you think it looks like motherfucker. That's what it actually here and And we may. Maybe you can do it by phone. Sometimes sometimes you just call in shows here and maybe we'll get one of those calling guitar report law that so yeah absolutely. I actually just went and told someone else in this building. Adam would be very fond of gary. We'll see. I doubt you're done with the curl. Verse be great excellent. So we'll see you on acs or i'll take a knee or something. Like that adam. I was thinking about another friend of mine. That does a part that is very much about nutrition and sports and optimum performance and things. he's very knowledgeable. And it. maybe. I may refer you guys to him to just kind of because this is. I mean you guys. It's all super clear to me. It's kind of a work in progress. Kinda get us to the off to the right place. And it's something that it's not got the attention of traditional medical research pathways. You have to really pay attention to what's out there and fight didn't look for that. Read this literature and no it. And that's why i'm attracted you guys and you have and the proof is in the pudding. Of course you have some great outcomes. that's why when amazing to call itself. Thank you guys called in at break. Again and instagram a streamlined. Medical group dot com. And maybe there's more to talk about. Oh my god. I would love to come back. Yes our audience.
"gary i" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"And realize it had sonoko bowman and fully gasset so we ran my genetic test. Figured out basically allergic to both of those things. And that's why. I was putting into my body for four. And that's where all the problems started interesting so once we fixed that and i went to method kabala men and full late. Then i was good to go. Then we have a couple of cases. Here excuse me you see them on the board there is that and yes and ours at the topic. We're talking about or is that x stuff That's the topic we're talking about. These are these are patients of ours that have had methylation pathway deficiencies and we supplemented them with different nutrients. B twelve full eight. i have x ray vision. I i know that madison infused at least one of those couples. She probably just. I've actually everyone on their has had a baby. She glanced at me and gave me one like i went. Oh those are her clients all right. Let's talk to him. Paul and cari hong kerry berry. Hey apothecary yeah talk to you. Hey we're talking about what you've experienced with these replacement sort of interventions talked to us. But i think the most remarkable thing is i mean when when we met gary You know he started exposing us some of these options and we sell better at age forty than we did at age thirty and really fortunate to be surprised with a new addition to our pinpoint that we blame on gary fertility. fifteen percent of everything that child sane. That's does we had had a lot of challenges with the the first two children. So we really. The only thing in our lives have changed was working with streamline and you know here we have this healthy baby boy come along with no interventions and nothing. It's a real blessing for us. What did you do with these guys. So we did the blood lab test and then we switched their diet and then medication as well so we got the meth leading properly. Then we put him on the right hormone supplementation and got them eating the right food. So with Menthylatim properly they're able to hold the placenta more efficiently The placenta lining where the baby attach is so. Therefore you don't have a high risk of miscarriages and vm fusion. Stuff like that myers cocktails which you can do. Weekly so myers is the best like gold standard for ivy's some amount of vitamins you can put into an iv bag without them crystallizing. So it's a scorebig acid which is vitamin c it's calcium gluttony magnesium chloride and then we do hydroxy kabala so the b twelve. That's why everyone feels so good on because we don't use cyanogen and then we do a complex. We'll guys thank you for Why why did you did. You know that you needed something. Where you something out of whack with you guys porcari gary. Yeah this is keri. Em's you know we just. I think are on class for better health in general Were you know we didn't start having kids so thirty five so in our minds we have to live until we're one hundred now to really fully you know be with those kids who the prime of their life and enjoy that so we were just on a class test improve. Our health overall ran into gary. I mean for me. My journey was Really the brain fog a lot of moms. We call it mom brain. This feeling like constantly tired constantly. Rundown really forgetful And and we just i think in memorial you just justify that you're like oh yeah that's totally normal and everybody has the same problem and ran into gary used them. Appalachian did the blood work Change some things about diet and what we're supplements you're taking and that is completely eliminated itself for my life. He's been a game changer. for me. As a mom we got probably one of my favorite testimonial videos from their son all their son. Tennis video like half. The office was balling my sweet. We also treated the sun for methylation these young boy. Adhd some liberal issues. Paula kerry thank you so much story with us what what diet changes so. We put on paul on kito correct gary..
"gary i" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"So there's a lot of incentive to be accurate in predicting gethin question always was well. That's easy if you're eighty five years old in your ill or you have a terminal illness or you're on a whole battery of pharmaceuticals we can predict these pod timeframes. But what if you're a point five or thirty thirty five forty year old male or female and you're very healthy and your bloodwork is relatively normal and you don't have any real genetic family history. You're not on any pharmaceuticals. You don't have any pathology disease. How do you predict how many more months that person has on earth and so what we did was. We started from the end and we worked backwards. We realized that every human being leaves this earth exactly the same way but once you decided to get out of the field. He worked backwards. Yes when you decided to get out of it because you were you were able to stay the history. You were able to predict death with extraordinary accuracy. Incredible for any given individual gary's of the bit. Thank you doesn't weird me out. People always ask them. If you ever do your own life expectancy and say heck no. Why not. That's good out all right so but then you decided that's not a good way to know because the sad thing was that we could have no influence on the patient. We can have no contact with that patient. Give no contact with the treating physician and the intention of that was good. I'm not least to practice medicine so what they didn't want to have happen. Was you know some back office. Hyun biologists like myself that's doing a mortality prediction star to contact the patient's age take five fully chicken d three. Get off the betablockers. It's kind of weird. The insurance didn't want to have somebody do that because it improves their risk profile. Interestingly they would to it after policy was putting photo interesting so trice it price allah then extended timeframe. You collect dishes perfect business right so so in any case you know. The the career eventually became very very unrewarding. Because i got less capable of detaching myself from the fact that they're human beings on the other side of these spreadsheets yeah and I loved edem very data driven. I'm very analytical. I love science. Alert research mortality. I love the act of these predicting death based on these esoteric factors but what happened over and over and over again drew and it was so glaringly apparent that we could not ignore it any longer and that is that the three largest factors that were impacting mortality. What we call co morbidity. He's in almost every case in more than eighty five percent of our l. e. predictions life.
"gary i" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Yeah 'cause that would be. And i would love it. I mean i do think that would be because it would be experienced. You know it would be a lot of fun in junior. Would be holding this sign. Santa claus coming to town because read other can you. Yeah so gary. Is there anything. I should've asked you that. I haven't oh. No i mean. Are we testing a little. Bit of everything. I'll say since we're i think we got. We started the one more question left drive so before we get to this the question of mary. Yeah i'll say this. As far as bruce goes because i know this is a bruce centric podcast. Most of the time yes I have been a casual. Bruce fan my whole life because obviously some of his biggest hits were from right around the time that i was born and yet i know though songs like i know born to run. It doesn't matter that it came out when i was three. Yes so he has. He has an enduring quality to his songwriting. That isn't as a centered on a place and time as a lot of artists are. Yeah like i looked. I go back and listen to the show at the devil now by motley crue as much as i loved it in nineteen eighty two. Now it's cheesy. His stuff does need like that. Yeah so there's an enduring quality. But i'll say this one of the things that i prepared to say before. We started all this when you told me that that we were gonna talk about. What what we're going to talk about. My hometown is my favorite bruce springsteen song and not being a hardcore bruce springsteen fan like you and a lot of your audience yeah. I don't have a clue where that falls. In the pantheon of bruce springsteen songs to somebody who is a hardcore bruce right van. I just know what i listened to. It makes me think about the small town where i grew up. Gap thank you. It's very nostalgic. Every time i hear it no matter when it is you know. What's what's interesting is you know. He did A podcast with Brock obama this past year you know they did was six episodes or something and in one of them Brock asked him to play my hometown. And bruce talked about riding it and doing it and Like bruce finishes and he goes pretty good. Song and obama goes great song So i think the issue that in. And i've talked a lot about this with my recent guests is a there is. There's always.
"gary i" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Roses and metallica at texas stadium and The ashore to before the texas stadium show. They were in montreal. Where i don't know if you remember this or not but The lead singer for metallica. James hatfield had got hit by pyrotechnics burned. His arm really bad off. He couldn't play guitar. And so i think they may have mister show where to. I'm not sure but the first show they did when he came back And all he did was saying they had somebody else. Playing guitar was the dallas show and so we were the first ones to get to see him after he had burned himself but That show with with was the first time i'd ever seen guns and roses. And i can't even tell you what a wild spectacle that was man and we were at texas stadium from like it was really early in the day. Maybe one or two o'clock in the afternoon or something like that until midnight or or maybe even a little bit with with all three of the shows and then of course there are delays because axles. Kind of a whole so it. There's like one of the band's finishes and then there's a big gap before they finally come out they were supposed to come out way before that So it was. It was wild but man. We went home house. Drenched in sweat a smelled like weed because the guy behind us was selling so there were people coming from other places and buying weed from him and we had terrible seats. were sitting. you know kind of pie. And he's like sitting down next to him and then smoke like they bought it from him john. Hang out here and smoke it. So we're just sitting there getting weed smoke blown on us all day long in drenched in sweat and everything else. I remember waking up the next morning courses a teenager you get home. You don't you're gonna take showers. Yeah so i wake up the next morning in a stink again. It's not so bad. When i woke up owes like i can't believe this but the first thing i'm gonna do when i wake up mornings. Take a shower wash my clothes. Wash my sheets like every war. This is terrible. That's awesome so yeah. I've seen i've seen them. And then we saw when they came back just a couple of years ago thousand seventeen. I think something like that. And sean murphy humor. Sean sean In his wife actually and in me and faith into that show we had floor seeds so loud it was so great so yeah that was that was a really good show but probably doesn't compare the ninety two show ga- what are other memorable shows that you've gone to for any band I show i ever went to i was about. I wanna think. I was maybe six or five like that and my mom and my stepdad at the time wanted to see willie nelson and he was playing at some like at a fair..
"gary i" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"As soon as i hear it it's the first thing that comes into my mind is is some something for my a childhood. So there's so there's a lot to do with that. But so now if i were to make myself nail it down to Favorite stuff it probably comes down to led zeppelin guns and roses and like stevie ravon something like that There are lot that fit into that Pretty much anything. That's chris cornell related whether it sound gardner audio slavery double the dog It it's a lot of stuff. And he does a lot of covers that i only recently i say recently within the last couple years discovered how many times he's been doing live shows and he does covers so i ended up going onto youtube and i'll listen to six or seven different covers and i'd never heard before and So it it depends on move but like for led zeppelin. That's one that takes me back. Its connection with my mom and all of that but at the end of the day. I just really really really like led zeppelin Hello everyone and welcome to a new episode of settling bruce. Your podcast all about. Bruce springsteen is music and mostly as fans. I am your host jesse jackson. Today we are getting off the bruce springsteen trained but i'm sure he will come up as he always does i have I always hate to say the word oldest friend's be but i guess we are getting old. But i have a friend that we are hitting a silver anniversary of our friendships. Easy right gary Yeah we're looking at was twenty almost four yet twenty-five years right. Yeah yeah Gary grant is As i said we we work together way back in the nineties we have remained. Friends is one of my co host of the podcast. How many and So for september for the whole anniversary month of like. Hey everyone else on. How many has been on the podcast. You have gary. And he says get then. I'll go so welcome to the show much yet. Tell us about yourself or or whatever. Just i okay. Like so like jesse said we'd go way back I started working for jesse Back in the mid ninety s he gave me an opportunity to move into Some software consulting or actually just wasn't software consulting at the time but i just Working on the. It team doing a software implementation and honestly at that point Things just my life completely changed so For those of you. That don't know the story. I jesse a great deal. He he gave me. He put me on a track that i probably would not have been on otherwise and it has been a fantastic ride literally all around the world so We would we go way back. Just like you said and We share a love of a lot of things The sports probably be being the biggest one when when we go back to that. That was jesse. An bonding over being Cowboy fans which is not easy. Yes absolutely so. At that point we made it into the barry switzer area and beyond with chan gailey and and dave campo and and so those were ugly years in the the fact that we were able to sit around and be optimistic about any of that is probably a bond. Can't be broken..
"gary i" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes
"The high on scifi talk renault can a book called unfettered journey with gary bender. who is the author. But unlike a lot of authors he worked at silicon valley. A technologist a writer and philosopher. So we're gonna talk about his book. It's basically a scientist who seeks you create robot consciences and actually discovers hopefully the resilience of the human spirit. So gary welcome. It's great to talk to you about your book tony. It's great to be on your program among all the other wonderful folks that you interview in the science fiction in in speculative fiction field. I've been very lucky. I've been very very lucky. So you worked in the field. So is this kind of a natural thing to write about for you well. That part was natural in that The book is informed by my sort of hard science view of the future. But actually this informed with over thirty years of thinking about subjects such as free will what is that and this is a cross john. Mara book covers lots of territory. the setting is the near future hundred forty years in the future in the year. Twenty one sixty one to be exact. It's far more than speculative fiction. It's it's an action adventure story it's it's a love story. The sort of meta themes are how do we find purpose in that future. Which i believe is highly likely the scientists did you kind of creep in there. A little bit yourself. Well you asked what my background i. Yes it certainly informed by that. So i had the fortune to to be involved Through silicon valley in a whole number of those key technologies. I i was in computer peripherals I spent six years in the life sciences and biosciences with separates chemistry the underlying technology that genetic use to sequence the human genome resistant chromatography. I spent A number of years in the electronic design automation industry. That's chip design developing down to the no a level ups and then i was in high tech win malls. I've is in streaming video. I was the cfo. A company called the extreme..
"gary i" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes
"Treasure island that sort of thing. John even as a even as a younger guy read lot histories biographies but we both. We both like good. You know western west. one day. John came with this book in colorado school library. Because these off. I read this season you know. It's a western in space. It's a western space. And and that was that was how he categorizes. And you know. I think back on. It was a western spaciousness space. Opera -gratulations on on space vulture. I think it's great and The i mean. I'll you know. Hey there's a sequel plan. I say go go for it. No question about roger rabbit. I mean what can you say. That's that's a classic. Now you can rent a dvd or you can also get the books. I mean you can. You can experience some both media level. That's right that's right. So i mean there's also there's He existed both ralph's and That's the beauty of it. One doesn't replace the other just there together. So that's the nice thing but but thank you. I really appreciate It's great talking to both of you. continued success with this set. Thanks for Thanks for your time. I really appreciate it. Besides thanking gary. I want to thank patty garcia and also sam cutler of chore forge publicity definitely check out their website space vulture dot com. You can pick up autograph copy of the book there. I'll the next sifi talk..
"gary i" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Did he wanted to go bigger initiative but he you? Book. There's a fun Guy Fun guy always tower everything's darling and. just just fun. Just a nice guy to be around the racetracks w when I miss. You know he got he obviously. Caught a wave and big brown propelled him into a another arena, and then then he got kind of brought into the breeding side of things and I I remember having them on. You know it's got to be more than. Whatever you know in the wake of Big Brown and you know he he he would acknowledge mistakes I mean he he would say you know I got too big. I got too many mayors. Pair, back and you know he he would. He was so direct and and refreshing that way he would he would tell you just honestly. What what he felt and what he thought and he was. So you know so generous to me I. I was in I had a problem you know I run into a problem and he He helped me and With. Coming in and taking toy cannon and taking a controlling interest than. I. I this was this one was so unfair Gary I mean here here's a guy who worked so hard for. So long at at sixty two had just sold the business you know and it was going to really enjoy. Life and it just just stolen from them had survived to cancer scares..
"gary i" Discussed on A New Direction
"Disconnect. Is that we we? You know we make a par on a golf hole and we think we're a greg offer. You know there's the old saying in Silicon Valley where I grew up. There's a lot of people that were born on third base and thought they hit a triple. He if you're comparing yourself to everybody else if you have so many bad leaders which there are many bad leaders, we don't want to talk about. and. Then you compare yourself you know you're no worse. You're no better I. Think we live in a society that accepts that only thirty percent of the people who are highly engaged in their work. Jeff Effort Stanford wrote a book. In which he basically says the most cultures. Are Not led by humble people or and that we use fear and that's the way it is I I, think most of what we've inherited from a society before us is about the manipulation of rewards and punishments come up I mean. I as the head of public comp committee or to by day I had a line of consultants outside the kept telling me all the time if I would only bride my CEO differently, company would be better. You know is if is if in this case, it was a guy at gymboree. They met Macaulay who was brilliant. He grew e-group prophets five hundred percent organically of four years and I got a comp consultant saying but Gareth just bribe him a little differently. I Call Matt in one day and he's Like I'm not working hard already and it's When you ask people, how do you motivate people They don't give you the Douglas McGregor answer. If you don't motivate people, you just create a great environment because we're more in the I would say we're more in the opportunity business than the manipulation business if we're good leaders. But. So much of what we think is quote unquote how we get people to act using fear in terms of manipulation to try to get a result and it's You know it's it just doesn't work and but if so much a part of the ethos that it's hard to convince people that at times you use, you must see that your work too I do i. Do because I I often see. That, we're still trying to use rewards as a way to try to get a specific behavior but the problem is is that you may get that specific behavior for a moment. But. Then what happens is that behavior over the course of time starts to decrease again. In does I mean you know when we wrote this book, you're going to get a kick out of it. So we were talking off live before we got on that. Michael out there this. Ryan he and I had an argument the only argument writing the book was in the Chapter Today, he wanted to start it off. With the silliest example I've ever heard of, he wanted to talk about the age old problem of parents trying to get kids to eat Broccoli. Everybody was like that's the dumbest thing ever and turns out as usual. He's smarter than I. Am he was right and I was wrong. It is the simplest of dumb examples that we've all done with our kids you your Broccoli. Does get an ice cream sundae or whatever we promised kids. You can go play or whatever would be, but it manipulating people expecting them to be more engaged in their work is like expecting a threat or a promise of reward for kid eating Broccoli to get into like Broccoli he may shovel dentists throat, but he's not going to like it. In fact, the research over eight years is pretty clear. The more I manipulate you do something the less interested you become in the underlying activity, but it is those wives tales that I think perpetuate some of the problems we have. A. By the way we're talking with Gary he'll. He's the CO author of this Book Choose Love. Not Fear Outstanding Book. Able. Amazon bookstores near you it's absolutely it's by the way. I know that people are GonNa go how that looks like. It's a thick book man it reads so fast. I'm just telling you I read this thing. So quickly it's it's a great read. It really does read quickly and you're gonNA love every piece of information it's going to challenge you. I'm just going to tell you right now that this book is going to challenge you is going to challenge your thinking. Right you've got to be open to that Gary, Gary and Ryan talk about that as well as that, you've got to be open. You know if you want to be great leader, you gotta be open to having your you know your thought processes, your sometimes Archaic Thought Process Challenged. And it's a great read you're going to really really enjoy it I. I'm I'm. By the way I wanted I wanted you did this I didn't want to go here but I thought well, if you're GONNA, if you're GONNA go there. Let's go there because you know what? Here's the question you started it Gary now now, we're going to go with it. So the question is we are in some sort of motivational insanity you about this in chapter seven, seek commitment knock noncompliance. And you we have this. It's the question I get as a coach and as a coach consultant saint question you get you know from every leader that I've ever worked with. And so I'm just gonNA play the role. Let me play the role. Gary I. GotTa. Tell You my big question is for you because you're you're a great consultant and. How do we motivate people? It's the it is the question isn't it? All the time and and we're not the first one. So. My answer is the answer that Warren Bennis of one of my mentors gave me. When he worked for Maslo McGregor A, maslow's hierarchy of needs and Doug McGregor were all a little micro Oria that do this. And his answer at Mit in the late nineteen fifties is the same and I think it's brilliant. He says we don't motivate people. And thinking that leaders motivate people is the problem not the solution. Power motivate people. If you mean, get a movement of bribe them to go from A to B, you might be able to get their movement. But if you want my discretionary effort, you can't do that to me. He said the most you can.
"gary i" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"About. Your book never quit climbing because it struck me as a very live driven experience, the timing was very interesting. Yeah. Let's talk about that. Sure, you bet well. I've I've I've a mountain guy I'm not a pro. I'm not an an Alex Ronald. You know I've never claimed L. Cap, but but I love the mountains since I was kid I tell that story in the book, and so we got Sir doing stuff with our kids I made one of my goals to talk about. Goals was to climb three fourteen thousand foot I wasn't that'd be three four thousand meter peaks. Before my son got out of high school. I WANNA. Do something as a dad with my son and we did that and we actually did a fourth one I did three with my daughter same idea, and then I did one with my wife, which was just for the whole cancer diagnosis, but I've had this phrase never quit climbing for a while, but But boy, it came alive when she got cancer that three months diagnosis after she did her first fourteen, or as they're called and we saw, so we started learning as we went through that and I'd love to say. We learned it right away, we didn't we? We learned as we went. Hey, we have to climb this cancer Malcolm because he was. was like Mount. Everest to us. We have to climb this cancer mountain same way we climb a regular mountain, and all of a sudden that started to be helpful. It didn't take the mountain away, but in the book. What I do is I start going through. What are the eight or ten principles that we learned from the real big mountains that we learned? Learned to to get through not just cancer, it could be finances. It could be relationships that could be grief What are some things that will help you because we've been up that mountain? What can we show you? That might be of help, and so you know we can talk about some of those, but that's the gist of the book. Yeah, that's wonderful. Again. Life is the biggest teacher I wonder. If we can I, guess jump to the middle, and and look at you and your wife on your journey, you have ascended and met that summit. You arrived at the top of this this journey At what point did you realize that? You know this was all going to be useful for you to put into a book. Yeah? Probably after the fact, you know, we we. We told the story and. Most of my books I have written because I've found myself saying the same things over and over to a lot of different people you know, and I thought well, if I speak on, it s great, but I can't cover the whole topic, so let me put this in a book or My neighbor just tonight about an hour ago. I was sitting out front, and he was telling me his story and I said you know. You guys readers. You know just WanNa. Make sure they'd like to read and I said I got a book for you. It's free given to here you go, and I signed it for them. Joke that they could sell it on Ebay, tonight. But. That was so fun to have that to say here. Here's something that just might help you..
"gary i" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"And welcome back to the my future business show today I'm on the line with mistake Gerri Sinclair and Gary No I. WE'RE GONNA. Be Talking about. He's journey with his wife and himself has mountain climbers, and in addressing some challenges that they've both vice throughout they live so with that being said we're going to the share Gary. Thank you so much. It's great to talk with you I love the idea of your show. Thank you so very much. Yes, it's a passion of mine, and you know talking about passions of saints through your your writing. That something very important. came out in your lives. which we can date diving to now for everybody's on the show today. Gary is a ladyship trying. He's a coach and. And motivational speaker, but our primary focus, which we can talk about leadership, and and those sorts of things later on in the coal, but today's primary focuses about his book. Never? quit climbing, but before we do that. Gary left to learn a little bit more about yourself where you're located. What you like to do in your time in those types of things, you bet well, we currently live in Indianapolis Indiana home. The indy five hundred race, and we have been grew up in the mid west and lived eight wonderful years in Austin Texas. Are Sabbatical from the snow as we like to call it. We have been married for forty four years later this month, We have two grown children A girl. Our son is in radio and public address. Announcing a daughter the mom, but does some photography and graphics, and we have six grand boys and land. There! And so yeah, so we're. We're candidate. That retirement stage of life, but we're not ready to do that. We've of committed ourselves to help people and. Some of that is the whole overcoming piece that I'm sure we'll talk about, but it's just A. It's stage of life. We're we're. Kinda got some freedom to do that. And so we're kind of seeing where it goes. Yes, thank you very much for the inside now. One of the things that just popped to mind areas when you were talking about retirement is. Humans need to be go set is what sort of goes I setting for yourself at this stage? Yeah I think one loss. Stay healthy, and of course everybody in the world has. Wrestling without one. We Yeah we you know our world has been education. Faith journeys faith. Jobs in leadership training and all that. And, but we've decided that at this stage of life we'd love to be able to have a little more freedom to just help other people whether it's overcoming. A mountain which we can talk about, but some of it is just dealing with life dealing with your marriage You know given some money away. We're not rich, but you know we want to share with what we have, so it's we're still figuring it out, and and we think that maybe what's going to happen is we're GONNA be sugaring it out until the day we die, and we're going to have a lot of fun doing it and.
"gary i" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"What's that Sir Gary I say no matter what is that well I get it because you were talking about that will get you called though and you'll you'll spread it well then I gotta go to mass you're not spread it always better that the people that don't wear masks as these girls but everyone I mean I don't know that that's not going to protect see that's the thing I mean in in you want to what I made that analogy to people don't care because it's not about them I think the people a lot of people not wearing masks I think they're just not protecting themselves right I thought I don't think I think there's a make sure people don't care about anybody else in those they just don't know oh man you're gonna live below hello from the seven to seven I DO not alive go ahead what promise did he cheat create the greatest economy ever maybe at the expense of the environment with deregulation you greedy **** any repeal roe versus Wade did he build the wall by the way where is the greatest economy now just apply below hello hi what's up it it your barrel yes ma'am that's me he's John setting yeah yeah so I'm calling about the mask thing to if that'd be that these people out there are saying that they don't need to wear a mask and who cares to get that but I have a husband that only fifty three years old and is a in fact you you well know what you're going through because you have someone in your radio station is going great and that is he is waiting for a kidney kidney transplant waiting list the diabetic and he's on dialysis and he fixed during like him you know extremely weak if you got it he would die and kill the dial up hello my dear I'll wear my mask for your husband and your husband only in thank you we gotta get out here thank you John thank you thank you very much a jelly flash thank you for listening Happy Birthday to my son who is seventeen today and if you're looking for auto insurance you know that having a teenage driver is a nightmare when it comes to what you're gonna pay and what coverage you need because a teenage driver under your roof is no good for nobody but you're not gonna kick your teenager out of the house just because they're old enough.
"gary i" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Sports radio Gary I'm glad you found me my friend I miss you how are you gross it's good to have you on your arm fine and it is great to have you back on Iraq is dead and you know what today is the day when you show people just outside of your job is the subject matter at hand I mean I could not do your job I would I've been here for about fifteen seconds then to get sports road probably fire me for what I would say but anyway it's a tough situation with the touchy subject and and there's a real pro like yourself to handle it so anyways on the whole thing in the race relations subject or two going on these days first of all I'm not buying things that like all of Bonifay reasons why do they hate as as if all white people who don't bug you legislate the case I'm a Southeastern Conference guy goggle roundup back to the warehouses all over the country not just without these and I get into informal conversations with everybody and I cannot tell you the last time I heard anyone use the N. word in reference to black people I mean most white people just live their lives and they treat each other whoever's around no matter what I was saying you know it doesn't matter and by the way I'm very familiar with the state of Minnesota my company does Walmart dedicated out of Mankato and sometimes they send National Guard let me there to order temporarily I do not do one Walmart stores I've been eighty something of them and the ones that are in predominantly black neighborhoods they have predominately black employees and they take good care of their treatment same as anywhere else only problem is right now some of her shut down because the writing and now those people are out of a job at least for the time being so so what did this accomplish other than her black businesses and megabytes of care what people run by Morgan's I mean for the most part I don't think racism on a daily basis I'm sure there is some there there it's with that one yeah buddy but there are a few individual cops around the country that we need to get rid of and we need to have more cops all looking over Michelle right each other in and out you know even our own house clean and tidy guys in there doing things wrong and you should not be able to have a do you have your W. very seventeen complaints against you like that cop did so you know we got a call log or no no question Gary thank you friend I push H. I don't agree yeah I don't I learn I love Kerry for rocky top visa no I love my long haul truckers out there big big love to everybody trying to keep all the products flown here in America during the pandemic and and some real social unrest and I don't agree with everything the Gerry said they're I think they're I think there is a lot more racism in this country and we hear a lot of white people feel a lot of white people aren't around it a lot of it you know it and Gary's guys in the truck a lot of time in this out and talking to different people and all that and you know we have a very small snapshots of what really goes on and that's why we need to listen that's why whenever stories are being told that's why we need me when Michael Jordan comes out Michael Jordan came out with a hundred million dollar donation and he spoke up it it again the old Hey rob Republicans buy sneakers too I think was the line from from M. J. we know where he stands he's as much a capitalist is anybody but when he comes out to discuss systemic racism and calling their yoga Charlotte observer quote we have been beaten down for so many years it sucks your soul you can't accept it anymore this is a tipping point we need to make a stand we got to get better as a society regarding race he's a million percent right the question is how do we get there and that's why I think the athlete is so important in this isn't sports guide taking politics and turning into sports pandering no there's none of that going on because I think what we learned in a negative way through drew Brees and the fact that he was just tone deaf to what he was saying in terms of you know it relative to the situation that was going on in this country we saw the power of that quite honestly I mean an end there was a call earlier he did mention Hey you know look at breezy comes out the next day he apologizes says he needs to listen and now stalled tomorrow your your today you're different than yesterday well you know what maybe somebody with a smart about because you know whenever Colin Colin capping went from sitting to kneeling after talking to someone like they border like talking to people kind of works right.
"gary i" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Welcome Hey Gary I had a new garage floor that I would like to cover with the H. spread stone covering okay and it's never been driven but the when the carpenters put up the wall boarded near they stopped a lot of floorboard adhesive on the floor and I really like to know how I should clean that up before I apply this the dice spread stone just water just using water skews me water to scrub brush okay that that break it down its it's that is dissolved by water if it were painted that's why doesn't dissolve off your walls but it just splashed on concrete just scrub brush and water pressure washer clean it right up okay and then the second question looks very smooth finish to it really done a nice job will well the dice product in here to that even though there's a very smooth clap finisher should I try to Edgerton someone well again the I think it's a roller rock is what you're going to want to use on the garage floor rather than the spread stone but the roller rock it'll have directions I think it's just a high detergent just to get it's super clean I don't think you're used in any acid wash I get confused because some products required some people just say detergent I've followed what the directions say at the most caustic thing they would tell you to do is Maranda gas and water ten to one mix but I think on the Dodge coatings it's just a heavy duty detergent cleaner or is I always talk about that oxygenated bleach is a grout cleaner or the masonry defender may sorry cleaner but you're right does garage floors they're a little bit different beast because our trout so tightly yeah okay right now the answers my questions thank you very much you're quite welcome thanks Justin take care bye bye at Memorial Day weekend means of cleaning out the grill right in if you're going to do a little cook at you got a gas grill if you're you know I always talk about the jaws kitchen cleaner I just cleaned up my girl couple days ago it does a great great job on the surface the side racks and everything but don't forget those flavor riser bars if you pull out the grid so criminal ammonia water in a wire brush honest flavor riser bars really make a big difference rich welcome are you today yes Sir just fine another question over summer camp thank those who want to turn the water on like you do every spring and we thought it was okay in the notes on the partial drop about one sided by the wall or the longer they're going to ground water while water coming out of there but Dr and the black right there there we're not sure call maybe fifteen twenty years ago and I didn't know there was a tank around much so what's that thank you for all you need to well I'm not sure what it well there is pressure tanks thirds pressure tanks in holding tanks were it's a holding tank in pressure rises to get you know your water pressure up in your house but I don't know what take it unless it's some sort of filtration tank that's a possibility also at does it leave the tank is that is that it is it leaking out the tank regiment requirement thank you the plastic tank comes by we're going to be very quiet tree street underground show lemon or or PA I wonder what it would close yeah it sounds to me like we're on a wall sounds to me like it's a holding tank for pressurizing water at but then I would probably the yeah somebody thought it was needed she but I just wasn't sure what it was that Martin Savidge well I I'm guessing that's what it is so I I I'm guessing I can't see I can't see how it's set up but I I'm guessing that's what it is okay well thank you very much I hope that helped a little yeah all right thanks take care all right let me give you the phone number will need to take a break here soon wears No there is no project of the week you and I are the projects this weekend and let me give you that phone number you can gravel line it's eight hundred eight two three eight two five five I know it's a big weekend a lot of people ceiling dax cleaning up the decks patio furniture cleaning grill cleaning and I get some tips for you there I was just talking about the grill another thing if it's an older gas grill just near always check the tank but I'm Tony is flavor isobars lift the nose off and just check and see what kind of shape the burners and probably too good moves it goes a little bit beyond cleaning just little inspection there can.
"gary i" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The National Guard Gary I'm glad they have the drive up is that it wasn't going to vote if I had to go inside for just real nervous in the end voters like these were heard at all seventy two counties the results we won't know until they're all tallied next week's day by wall street the Dow is up a hundred forty points Americans listening to fox news W. we'll news level on the go two hundred and sixty seven on monument circle I'm Kerr Darling here's what's trending at ten oh two two hundred three people dead from corona virus in Indiana that's out of over five to five thousand nine hundred people tested so far throughout the state and and then we have tested positive in over thirty thousand Hoosiers have been tested over all these numbers change daily and I want to brace you I want to brace you just see them increase as we get closer to the peak of this disease Dr Kris box the state health commissioner that peak expected to happen next week because there are fewer cars and trucks on the road in dot is able to do a lot more we are getting a jump start on our construction season in preparing to make additional closures we're efficient detour routes allow providing workers a safer workplace expedited projects in Indiana say Hoosiers more valuable tax dollars commissioner Joe McGinnis one of those projects is I. sixty nine between Martinsville and Indianapolis flattening the economy and not just the curve Chris Davis reports on why senator Mike Braun believes a modified approach to fighting the corona virus may be necessary believes the economic shutdown needs to be resolved soon Langer's R. into the future you'll be be beyond the point of no return for many enterprises in an interview on fort Wayne's morning news on what will radio Braun says he believes for places where social distancing is working it may be time for a different approach than in a place like New York Chris Davis ninety three W. I. B. C. mobile news Ryan white was a hemophiliac and got aids from a blood transfusion in nineteen eighty four when the authorities at western middle school in Roosevelt found out they wouldn't let him return his mother Jeannie white Gander recalls the fight all these medical experts CDC and all these payments the doctors you know testifying that he was not contagious but local doctors testified that they would let their kids go to school with Ryan and they wouldn't treat Ryan if you've been a patient other white was allowed to return after a fight in court the family then moved to Cicero white died thirty years ago today I'm Kirk Darling on the level on the go and on Twitter at ninety three W. Y. de C. and W. white BC will be taking your order in the drive through at this time because the safety of our communities and people is our top priority so if you'd like an egg McMuffin for breakfast or some fries right now just because we'll be here to take your order tonight is a million and one reasons to celebrate first the modern family series but now you're back why do we have to end look at the groundbreaking comedy followed by the final.
"gary i" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Joins me now Gary how are you hi Steve good how are you Gary I'm a huge Ernie Kovacs van I don't have to prepare from that for this I could do it from memory I want to start this off by saying Ernie Kovacs to a comedy is kind of like what Muddy Waters was to rock and roll would you say that I think that's I've never heard anyone say that but I think that the great analogy actually I think you're absolutely right he was Ernie was really one of the foundations for comedy politically on television yeah and you know I I remember the movie with Jeff Goldblum or I first you know when I first fell in love where is he but you know you got the year on the train track these injuries were gonna W. T. TM any waiting for the train to come with the microphone because for him you know radio and when he went on to do in television no one had more fallen with a medium Ernie Kovacs he he truly he truly was a genius and what he did for television in terms of he was probably the first comedienne to treat television like its own medium and plate making you know having fun with the visual aspect of it as opposed to just translating a radio program to television which which most people did he really invented so many you know visual it said section of that ultimately influenced you know David Letterman Conan o'brien so many so many comedians that we know and love George Schlatter Georgia absolutely George Schlatter who whose wife was on the show Jolene brand was not was on a lot of Ernie shows and so yes certainly laugh in and Saturday live does wouldn't exist without Ernie's original influence no question about it I remember when the I don't remember but I mean you know when Ernie Ernie had done the tonight show for a while he was one of the rotation right Steve Allen and he seemed to me like the rock and roll part I Steve Allen kinda did would you expect him to do but what he got it and you haven't wall it was a real edge to it you know the the when he came up with some of the ideas I can I will be trio with the three monkeys the three wind up I'll keys time that was became the call forty five theme and he could do more without saying a word and make you laugh then people who would go over the edge trying to tell jokes to get your attention well in fact he did it a completely silent special you might remember right was with the character of Eugene which we were playing in the exhibit and which was amazing and the fact that NBC even let him do a year was just music there was no work for thirty minutes I mean it takes a lot of guts in the early fifties you know absolutely and Ernie is a lot of Ernie's ideas started to come back like the fourth wall you know he did it went away for a long time then like a is moonlighting started doing it again or other shows started bringing back the fourth wall you see a lot of in sitcoms today ideas that were brought into being by the any call back show absolutely any he also had just such a what always strikes me is how comfortable he was on air you know it was this comfort level that you usually I I think folks like you on the radio or feeling pretty comfortable usually on television there's a certain amount of pressure and Ernie just seem like the most like he was just talking to a friend in his basement or whatever it is the guy never see any you know those early shows he was going at least two hours a day in the morning the great you know in Philadelphia when he first started really kind of invented early morning show about a year before the today show and he was just so such calmness in addition to being hysterical that I'm always struck by how comfortable he was on the air he really did he really do come across with the cigar in hand you know just you know very very you know very low key very happening he let the he let the work speak for him he didn't need this he need to tell you how great he was he just sat back and let it happen and you know and when it did yeah no no question about it and I you know I what I thought it's interesting to Ernie Ernie was an everyday part alternately and you're right about that today a tonight show a lot of people don't realize that he he did Monday and Tuesday nights for a season when when Steve Allen was doing Wednesday through Friday so he would he did early morning it it late morning he did prime time he did late night and he was also on all four networks during the fifties including the dumont network so you did NBC CBS and what he was his own competition yeah yeah exactly we don't really Gary Honda director of marketing the executive director of the comedy centering Jamesburg New York the Ernie Kovacs collection is going to be premiering August of twenty nineteen Ernie within one hundred and one years old started W. T. T. M. definite Jersey guy the love that he had for his wife Edie Adams who starred in those Muriel cigar commercials of all things she would sell cigars right yeah right and she was you know I remember when they did the Lucy desi comedy hour I wanna let me it was at the last one that they ever did I'm seen as he ever did that was the last one and of course we're you know we're the county center is based in Jamestown watches Lucy's hometown and we also in if we're we're in western New York not far from buffalo and and we also have a Lucy desi museum but you are exactly right Ernie and ET where the guest stars for the final Lucy desi comedy hour which we're gonna hit in March the I guess the sixtieth anniversary of that tape being in that airing and it was you know because it was kind of sad but you you didn't see the status on the air but but looking back on it now yeah yeah no that was the last time the Lucy desi would ever be together on screen and and Ernie in the immediate tells the story of how it was it was not an easy week of shooting do you are you showing there was a PBS special energy Kovacs with Jack Lemmon talks about and a lot of his friends he was tight with Jack Lemmon and the the tell the story of his daughter talked about how when they were growing up Ernie would lock himself is office and outside would be the sign not now and you could go in there were not now was on the door yeah yeah yeah exactly what we're showing up and just a just a backup per second so we we did we opened up that exhibit this past August during our Lucille Ball comedy festival it was the Ernie centennial exhibit tomorrow is his hundred first birthday we continue with this exhibit which is a wonderful is that we have a lot of rare footage remember his character proceed up top yes we have we have one of the sets of eye glasses for that character we have earnings make up kits and and a cigar box and just wonderful Subanon on the EKG on the occasion of his hundred first birthday tomorrow and through through Saturday we're going to be running a lot of lot of rare clips in our holograms theater here here at the museum as well and the wind back we have a daughter is a hologram well not only hologram we we we have a Jim Gaffigan hologram there okay where Jim talks about his career but Ernie Ernie did a game show well take a good look which was kind of a parody of what's my line and to tell the truth and Josh mills who who runs the estate and who is ET son recently found an episode of take a good look from nineteen sixty that really hadn't been seen or broadcast probably since its original run in nineteen sixty so so he found that recently we're going to we're going to run that which is really quite funny because a lot of sketches in that nice that are disposed to be clues for the panelists but they're they're such wacky sketches they they don't really at the the contest that is which isn't very much like what's my line I got about a minute left a few things I want to say one any attacks problems and when he died ET at a go to work and try to get back all the shows that the television station had news ABC there and they had used a lot of his work to re record over for weather forecasts or something like that in amazing yeah and thank god he did ET ET not only had to pay the tax bill but he to purchase as much as she could Ernie's work one woman that NBC and ABC and could she save a lot of it thank god we have it today and I heard that when he died he dies in an automobile accident and he and his hand is a lit cigar that's what that's what the story goes that there was a baby yeah yeah that that someone on site did see that you know I can I can go on talking forever but I I I I can't I I wish I could be there this is going to be phenomenal hello is is you're going to run so the exhibit will run until probably late spring early summer looking everywhere just estimating museum we hope you know act if you go to comedy center dot org you can learn all about the museum and and the journey exhibit and we we hope people come up and see if right Gary thanks so much for going on coming on Gary Hon director of marketing and executive director of the comedy center in Jamestown New York best of luck thank you so much the appreciate it got it one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five is the number of Steve travel Easter bodies the Jersey one one point five fest traffic.