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"gwynn" Discussed on The Best Advice Show

The Best Advice Show

06:41 min | 5 months ago

"gwynn" Discussed on The Best Advice Show

"I've been hearing from some of you that you feel a little intimidated to leave me your advice. You haven't called the advice hotline. Because you think i'm not an expert. I'm not a celebrity or a published author. Whatever that doesn't matter. What are those things that you do to give yourself comfort to help you. Relax to help you. Evolve that's kind of stuff that i want to hear. If you have something in mind you me. Call the hotline eight four four nine three five best eight four four nine three five today on the best advice show. Josh gwen is going to talk about the healing properties of nostalgia so i'm not a mental health professional. Do not come for me. I'm just telling you what works for me and what works for me is using nostalgia. In order to help battle might anxiety. I'm someone who is always consuming media like always watching new television show always watching a new movie always listening to new music. Like i'm the friend who when something new comes out. People are like josh. He's in that. And i like no like all of the people that are involved or like. I've read like seven reviews on this new movie that we should see this weekend. But last year i started feeling depleted like worn out like i was unable like my glass was full and i was unable to take an any new anything. It felt like this muscle that i had had just like atrophied there is that moment where everyone was making sourdough bread and watching tiger king and i remember i watched the first episode of tiger king like seven times because i was like i am unable to process anything new right now you know. I'm reading the same sentence in a book times. It was something that i've ever experienced before you know. I ain't gonna get closer here that he wanted. Were in the world anywhere in the world anywhere in the world and i wish someone had just sat me down and said did you're tired. You're anxious. The world sucks right now. You're over stimulating. There's a lot going on. yes it's a. What did you do to well i guess. How did you realize that if somebody didn't tell you that so at the same time net flicks started releasing a bunch of black classics everything that would have been on. Upn lake marisha. The parkers one on wine lake. All of these shows that. I loved as a kid and i started watching moesha again which i used to love that show. I used to watch it with my babysitter. And i remember being like okay. Like i'm going to watch this and see if it holds up. Like if if i if i liked it or if i like it as much as i remember liking it they say that i love is the perfect something. I won't know for two more months because my amish father will let me date or use electricity into sixteen. What's the difference with this gigantic. Sit on my face north one woman anyway. At least not one worth writing about very definitely some things that are not great about it but also like was really funny and it was really awesome. See like a black girl in the nineties in los angeles. Just get to be a black girl in the nineties. In in los angeles late was like very mundane in a way that i feel like we as black people don't usually get to see like a lot of the stories are usually there. There's somehow rooted in trauma or or some sort of negative experience and it was just like she just like wanting to have a car like she was sixteen. And so when. I was watching these shows. I was like oh like i'm able to like watch things like i'm able to follow what's going on. It's just like new characters. That i just don't have room in my brain for right now and the experience of watching something that you might remember the words to or you might have a relationship with the characters like you may already be like. I don't like that person. I love this person. I really think that it can. It can really be like a blanket and a time when when things feel like overwhelming. And like you don't have a lot of control of what's happening around you. Is there like a particularly comforting. You know aesthetic or something. That's drawing you back in. I mean i think every generation has their version of like what they will find nostalgia base nostalgic based on when they came of age. And so for me. It really is like music that came out in the late nineties early arts. It's situational comedies. With in front of a live audience. It's when a hot guest. Star comes onto the and the entire crowd goes. Ooh there little moments where my body just goes. I know it says and it's great. You know what i mean. Yes and so. I think that everyone has their version of what nostalgia is and i don't think that it's a bad thing to lean into that. Like i think that a lot of times where conditioned to be like where strong and rivers resilient and nothing shakes us and everything is fine. And that's not always the case. And i think a lot of us realize that in this last couple of years like a lot of us realized that we should get smacked onto our ask the rest of us and so i think that like listening to your body is something. That's really important. If your if your body is having an emotional visceral reaction to something you should listen to it and you and your body was just telling you you needed some mta. The louis i so relate to this advice. I am actually wearing my white bayside shirt right. Now i'm really feeling this josh. Gwyn is the co host. Along with tracy clayton of back issue the podcast that reckons with some of cultures biggest questions. They're back with their new season. It's delightful comforting just like militia. If you consider yourself a best advice show van. Please leave me a rating review at apple podcasts. The more ratings you leave the higher up on the charts. I'll be which will make it easier for new folks to discover the show. 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"gwynn" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

04:57 min | 5 months ago

"gwynn" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

"At one point were given a whole nother sexuality because they took care of them right because of basic grooming because they showered and did their hair off like watched it and part of me feels like it's actually like i mean is kind of feel like it's queer is fault like i feel like this was around that same time young but i just i don't know man like i displaces awful. It's wasn't surprising to me like two years ago when everybody started. Admitting that they didn't they didn't wash their legs about about that. Mike just walk around the world. Like how do you feel so okay with this that you just like yeah. I'm gonna say it out loud where people can hear me. That's market islands. Why i would have been a perfect moment to be like internally like oh other people are doing this. Maybe i should start exactly the a number of times that people are snitching on themselves on. Twitter is really Yeah baffling people. Listen do i have horrible habits. That people would be shocked and upset to learn about. Yes but i keep them to myself. I don't advertise vow on twitter. There's the sound on talk and it's It it's what's that girl from real housewives of new jersey that like through the table theresa to judi judicial. Her daughter camera house of are that sound to tell like their big l's like the biggest things but their mom's biggest els. Are you doing this. You also have the option to say nothing right. Gotta get them cliques. In or something speaking speaking of hack and terrible habits and way more you just reminded me of this one that i saw the other day and it started off with a clip of a white person in the bathroom rights on micro. She's like okay so we all shit in the shower rate and then a whole bunch of black people going notified. We don't know we don't know the fuck we notified we now. I'm just like what a premise to start. Why you why you. I hope it was a troll situation. I really could not tail. And it's sad that i could not tell if this was real nice young. That is the part now. We've reached that era of the internet. Where people are. I'm like are you for real or trying to make me mad huge debate if you saw this of Whether you should wait five minutes before you eat the free bread that they place down on the table at the restaurant why this just because of the cow they were like. I don't know whoever made this argument with like you seem desperate and like you know you shouldn't come hungry. You're at a fucking restaurant. Why would you wait an angry. This is the my shouldn't hungry to a restaurant it here to eat. If you're that hungry. I should go to a restaurant. Eat before you go to and if the idea is making a good impression like if you think that is cute select eat like a bird or whatever and they're gonna find out once like if it goes well they're gonna find out that you actually eat full mills later eventually anyway. I will smoke before. Gives some munchies going. Maybe i was not say like run around the block. I don't do that but i'm hungry. I date restaurant because you should. You should just know which again into and if you if you got to issue a minute steak over then. Bob i need the waiter to put it directly into my mouth. I don't touch the table. I don't understand if you're meeting someone for dinner. The you're there to eat. But i don't know people have opinions. Imagine being ashamed for doing something that your body needs to do this. They laugh right. Don't breathe on a date with them before you get there by being said. It's not like a mapping a whole lot of success with my method so to kind of take notes but anyway well yeah everybody can listen up back issue. It's i mean season. One is out everywhere and Season two was is happening now..

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"gwynn" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

06:42 min | 5 months ago

"gwynn" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

"Liked some might say more impressive than the actual sport. He participated honestly. I would i would have staging your own kidnapping as an olympic sport. More than half of that courts i just. There are some types of skills that we should be measuring But no we just have to watch people twirl some ribbons around and throw some heavy balls and expect to be pleased by that. They get prime. Time coverage bob costas. It's going to say their name is still a presenter. That's the only thing. I have no idea anyway at the very least i'm just saying i think all olympians should have to wear the diving speed the ping pong players where speedo 's let's just make even across the board. Everybody has to wear the smallest garment known to man. That's seems fair to me. Yeah for real though. Shout out to the homosexual that They designed their speed those because they truly were like. We're we're going to absolutely use the least amount of fabric we can get away with before the deck is just fully visible doing god's work. They deserve a gold medal. That should be an olympic sport. How do we get tom. Daley in the smallest possible outfit next also the olympics are just kind of all over the place athletically. Speaking to begin with heart agree. I don't understand i. When did we get all of these. Categories knows reading through some of them in preparation. I don't understand how how are table tennis. And equestrian dressage in the same competition. You have horse dancing and ping pong better. All both of these people are getting olympic medals. Both of these things are are things that you do on a night out in jersey. You hit up medieval times and then you go to the bar and you play some ping pong. Those things shouldn't both then be in the olympic. We're giving the same shiny medals to people who win the modern pentathlon as we give to people who in badminton. That does not seem fair. There should be tears. Okay there needs to be a daytime creative arts emmys frigging impacts like listen. We respect your craft but this is the big leagues okay. You should get as good of a medal. I don't know i didn't look up. Actually i didn't realize that every country well a lot of countries offer like cash. You win money. What if you if you place on the podium. Is this the amazing race. So yeah like. I think i don't think the us has the most. I don't know But yet you win money. If you meddle in your event and i don't think the badminton champions should get the same amount of money as the pentathlon winner. I think you're right. We're going to be really doing competitions. It should be a competition. Every that's that's what should happen. Is ev all the gold winner. All the gold medal winners from each sport should have to fight one another. Yes so it's like okay. I you archery now. You have to beat the shit out of someone who's a weightlifter. Let's see the real champions. I'm just not impressed by anything. You can take performance enhancing drugs to get better at not that they do. Oh no never no. I know that they're all screened. Or whatever i would love to see the olympics were all of the athletes are just stoned in wasted. That was one of my favorite olympic tweets of all time is the one that was like we just need a guy to run like do as the kind of control group yes. It's like let's see. How fast just like dave can run. Also being hot and good at sports. It's not good enough. it's you know. how are you hot. Good at sports and willing to show your asshole on instagram back. Is the question we be asking for of our modern athletes. I'm sick of these athletes who are just in it for gold medals. What happened to doing it to be a sex symbol. What happened to being naked on the cover of a box of cereal wheaties. They don't do it like they used to. They sure don't maxed some of these other sports too. They just don't belong in the olympics. I'm sorry like sh- shooting. A gun is an olympic sport. Apparently what is but that is like sh shooting is an entire category of olympic sports. You're you're not an athlete here just from a former confederate state. Okay and yeah. If zombie apocalypse happened and i had to choose an olympic athlete to defend me. I'd probably pick the person who is good at guns and not the one who is good at jumping in You know water all fancy lake but still. This is not a zombie apocalypse. Competition and it's olympics again would watch zombie apocalypse competition. Yeah that sounds way better. I'm like sorry by golf. Not an olympic sport. I mean it is but it shouldn't be not to demean any of these hardworking golfers who have trained their bodies for years. Okay pushing themselves to athletic extremes but golfers don't even carry their own shit. What kind of olympic athlete has an assistant whose job is literally carry their shit from from hole to hole who deserves gold medals any of those assistance. Yeah they are doing more work. Give it to the those people. Yeah exactly what are they called. Caddies caddy is. Yeah which is also the name for the actual bag between those two things. You are israel the same way about the ball. Boys and girls In tennis at wimbledon they take their job. So goddamn seriously. And i love it. Yeah you have to run that ball and get to the sidelines as quickly as possible or you'll die. I could never do that job. It looks extremely stressful. I would like to be the person whose job it is to yell at the ball. Boy if they don't do it found a linger for even a second. I'll beat your ass. Finally i just think if we're giving out gold medals to people at the top of their game physically..

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"gwynn" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

07:45 min | 5 months ago

"gwynn" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

"Borough. Wow you're really incredible at rhyming. That's why. I am in a rap battle every week. Yes would pay to see that anyway. Jaguars not a fan. But this guy. He was hospitalized with non life threatening injuries from the sound of it okay so he climbed over this waist high safety barrier winch ways tie you know unless he's eight feet tall and his waist. Is you know six feet off the ground. that's the proportions of human beings indefinitely doesn't necessarily seem high enough to protect people absolutely not. I believe that big cats famously jump high by so there was a waste high barrier and then like four feet of empty space and then the actual fence so this was just like the pre barrier. He climbed over that and then started putting his shift through the fence. The actual offense and taunting the jaguar. And yeah obviously didn't like that. Shockingly i notice just like going to pet my friends cat. You're remember when your dog viciously attacked me. Just because i was trying to get a kleenex that you need to call about is that okay and yeah just like this man. I nearly ended up in the hospital. The jaguar he was a twelve year. Old jaguar jag. Wire named hairy zoo officials said that harry was just doing. What fucking big cats do they. They don't expect that they're going to have to do anything to him Although they did confirm that harry was involved in a fight that left another jaguar. Dead last year. Oh you know. Perhaps even more reason not to antagonize this particular cat Yeah i just don't understand like i don't want to interact with any ca let alone one that weighs like twelve hundred pounds and could kill me with the flick of its wrist. What are you doing. I don't understand the desire. It's like that girl brookefield zoo when we were children. Who fell all the way into the apron closure some say she still lives there to this day share. Don't understand keep your muggy pause out of the animal cages wise zoos. I don't fuck with them. Unless i'm unless i feel like at that anyway. Shoutout to harry. He was just doing his part. Next bird scientists who are studying the behavior of cockatoos in australia observed that the birds not only learned how to use their beaks to open trash bins but managed to teach other cockatoos. How to do the same thing. Watch twenty twenty one okay evolution. Yeah according to the their research so in early twenty eighteen basically this this australian scientists spurred scientists was like These birds be opening trash. Ben's okay that's the way he phrased it that was written up in the report and then he was like. How did they learn how to do this. So he started following them around like some kind of creep watching birds literally mom around garbage men as they were picking up trash and then watching the birds collect around him and in early two thousand eighteen Found that there were like three suburbs of sydney that had birds that had had mastered dumpster diving essentially by the end of twenty one thousand nine hundred just a year later they were they. Were doing this in forty. Four suburbs damn from three suburbs to forty four suburbs in a year which means they're flocking learning from each other. They're coming for all vice. Nobody is safe i. It's just oh they can open up a latch on the top of a garbage can and the next you know. They're unlocking your front door. Oh yeah completely robbing you dry take on buttoning your pants when you least expect it. They're gonna all birds. Just start panting. Everyone as a fun prank. Sure you can imagine it in the innocent way of panting or in the more diabolical way. Yeah well. I don't really want to think about birds assaulting me thank you very much on happy. Hour is here to prepare you for the worst. Okay i'm not gonna prepare you the you know. Listen i would love to be pants by a prankster bird. Don't think i'd love that. Bring it on. If we're chicken came to me and whip whip down my pants. I would love that revel in it even but if they take it any further than that. We're going to have a problem. I will so. Yeah the According to the researchers they realized that the vast majority of the birds opening the garbage bins were males tip go mail and they tended to be dominant and social hierarchy which suggests that if you're more socially connected you have more opportunities to observe and acquire new behavior. Sounds like the patriarchy just hitting those birds. Yeah that goes to show. You wanna learn skills and society. Be a man and a popular one and finally. I love this story. Sixty year old woman. In london london the ever had that wow was sentenced to five and a half years in prison after she was found. Guilty of swapping five point seven million dollars worth of diamonds for seven pebbles at a luxury jewelry store honestly hero. She the fact that she got five and a half years in prison for stealing up almost six million dollars. It's kind of impressive. So she is a shiro. So yeah this woman whose name is lulu amazing. She was apparently part of an international gang but fled to france after stealing these diamonds from a shop called budel. Okay getting a lot of emotions eight vibes in here. I don't to be mean but she does look like the witch from hansel and gretel. Well really it really strong Of you to insults a person who's currently in prison who is a part of an international gangi. I have nothing but respect for them. By the way. I consider the witch and hansel gretel to be the hero of that story. Okay okay okay because you know you have two kids who are just stealing candy. That's not theirs. Yeah cook them up. Put them right in the oven. That's what i say. In the days leading up to the highest. The gang held a whole bunch of meetings at birtles. I'm sorry bhutto's you can't be a luxury place that has millions of dollars worth of jewelry and then call yourself lls..

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"gwynn" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

01:53 min | 5 months ago

"gwynn" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

"Single week. I'm your host mac. Bella cy. i'm here in my home studio recording far far away from my producer berry finco high. Very high matt how are you. I'm in my Sister's childhood bedroom. Which always is a very humbling place to be because For those who are watching these videos. You'll see there's like posters of you know. Marvin gaye stevie wonder bob dylan. It's a very cool place to be and it's just a nice reminder that i fully had a legalist shrine and lord of the rings trying actual shrine in my childhood bedroom. So i'm just. I'm just feeling on cool and Great how about you. How are you doing. Why are you in your sister's bedroom and not your own. Oh because my parents turned it into my dad's office slash tv room. Which one would you transform into a different room. It's true it's true. I would want to wipe out all memory of you. I'm fine. I just feel like my allergies. Have been acting up this. We all over the place. 'cause yeah i'm back in that mode where i'm like. Oh am i dying cova. Da is a allergies. You know there's no way of knowing. I definitely think it's argies. Because i got tested for cove ed and it was negative The point is i feel like either. I have a tumor growing in my hand. Or i just have some swollen you know. Everything is affected by allergies. So i've been snort and some flo nase and we're just gonna take it day by day and see if i may which one of these times it's going to not be funny because i like actually be dying but until then it's hilarious..

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How to Become a Better Salesperson Without Losing Authenticity

The Playbook

02:32 min | 8 months ago

How to Become a Better Salesperson Without Losing Authenticity

"How do you become a great salesperson without becoming someone that you're not practice you know. Tony gwynn was my inspiration to be a great salesperson because naturally which i possessed as a salesperson naturally he's to me the greatest all hitter in the world and when i was twelve years old he owned the school baseball and it used to just amaze me not only would he take the time to give back in. Tell me that by helping me. He was learning more about what he was doing but more importantly he would study. The old betamax green screen to see where this release it hours practicing is he. Practicing base is practicing this so much. the greatest hitter. He better three ninety four last season. I couldn't get it. And then when i got a law. School became a salesperson in the stigma. That was related to the salesperson. All the things that naturally were inherent in that stigma of overselling back in selling lying manipulating cheating. I learned that. I had to fight my natural ability by being professional by practicing being open minded practicing being open minded. It's different than seeing everybody's a gatekeeper. Which is initially old old so this is ninety s early ninety sales training solution selling even though they called solution selling was how to overcome things and for me it was ascertaining having an open mind and practicing having an open mind. What does that mean that. There's actually a template number one of denna fighing. i only want to do business with open minded people. Why because i wasted so much time trying to convince close minded people of something reengineer a vision of somebody who has closed mind it takes a thousand times the energy to reengineer or to overcome a closed. Mind that it does to convince her to engineer an open mind and today as i'm an old man like i said because i am in the social realm where before when i was looking for help write something that takes radical humility and open mind. What was interesting is there's two or three people that somebody new that could help me see the math alone of having a thousand people on average that you can help me with so i started realizing the first step in being a great salesperson was finding people with open. Mind having one yourself in practicing having an open. Mind because you're going to attract mines

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Absurd Spoken Word: A Unmedicated Journey of Self-Expression

Mind Body No Soul

03:00 min | 8 months ago

Absurd Spoken Word: A Unmedicated Journey of Self-Expression

"I will now begin an entirely unscripted unmedicated journey of self expression through song of spoken word. Ma is shining vessel of truth. I look to the mall. I how can you how with me. Oh guy jody's they run. Are they having fun. Is anyone candles. The flames they burned they flick the elderly couple loving but they bicker the outdoor furniture. Is it wicker rain rain. Go away com again. Some other day for. I don't need any hydration. The tears provide the moisture in neabry clouds like pillows in the sky. I lay my head trying to cry but the well run dry the birds they chirp the whales. They say we wait for the bell of abundance to ring on the see saw of life we rise and we fall. Lance armstrong did the tour de france with only one ball. She flows with the wins and sleeps with the stars jan. Sing in the mist. Dodging birds and car I and is she me connecting both to and sea Hang gwynn's hustles surf and turf. Life can't always just be herff

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Blake Shelton slammed as tone deaf over 'Minimum Wage' track

Phil Valentine

02:13 min | 1 year ago

Blake Shelton slammed as tone deaf over 'Minimum Wage' track

"Low note this, according to E. Online. During NBC's New Year's Eve TV special hosted by Carson Daly. The voice coach performed the song minimum wage. Tune he dedicated to his fiance. Gwynn's too funny. Single includes the lyrics like Girl Your Love can make a man feel Rich on minimum wage and girl Your Love is money. Your love is money. Brilliant lyrics by thing. And it says, considering the United States in the middle of the ongoing Corona virus pandemic, which has left millions unemployed and food banks strained the performance left a foul taste in many mouth. Oh, come on people for the love of Peter, Paul and Mary, Are you kidding me? Girl Your love can make a man feel rich on minimum wage. And so that's insensitive. One person on Twitter put it, Blake Shelton is singing your love could make a man feel rich on minimum wage just immense. The fact that rich people have absolutely no effing clue. Another person added. Does anyone else find Blake Shelton's minimum wage song to be incredibly tone deaf to our country's current state? He's yet to address the backlash of the sun, which is, by the way, unreleased. Despite the recent pickup Blake is hoping the 2021 will be a better year. Wrote on Twitter. 2021, please, For the love of God. Be good to us. Happy New Year, young. According to Blake. He's already feeling positive about the new year thanks to his fiancee who released her new song called Let Them Eat Cake. No, I'm just kidding. It's called. Let me reintroduce myself. That happened January 1, she joked. The 2021 2021 is better already thanks to win or he did, and her nostalgic inducing a nostalgia inducing music video. She revisited the her many different looks from over the years, including her punk rock phase. So there you go. So The lyrics, Girl Your love makes me makes a man feel rich on minimum wage is insensitive. Okay, I give up. Quick time out, will be

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Why South Australia's outbreak isn't going away anytime soon

Coronacast

05:07 min | 1 year ago

Why South Australia's outbreak isn't going away anytime soon

"So norman. let's talk about south australia again today. And we know that they are dealing with an outbreak there at the moment. It's really early days and it's sort of hard to tell how it's going to go Yesterday we heard that didn't seem to be much in the way of community transmission which is good to hia. But it's a bit too early to go awesome new community transmission. We're outta the woods isn't it. It is and just need to remind cast listeners. Not they need to be reminded because they're no world authorities on the corona virus but this virus can go underground it can go underground with younger people asymmetric spread and then just pop sometime later and it can be some weeks later and just remind you. In washington state at the beginning of the pandemic it went underground for about weeks and this has been going now for over a week. Some suggestions even back to the seventh of november rather than the nine th of november. Which is what we thought the day when we started this discussion about south australia. That's a long time for the virus to be out there and circulating. And you just don't know where it's gone and there may be another sub cluster or spread somewhere else which just will pop up in a few days time or even in a couple of weeks time so you just cannot relax and it means that testing numbers should be really high. Should be looking at sewage and They maybe even should be starting to think about asymmetric testing as well. So that you you you. You getting mass testing of communities because the numbers of tests actually luke low pro rata thinking of south australia's about a quarter of the size of melbourne population wise. They still feel low. And i don't have the numbers to hand but when there was breaking shepherds and a lot of people came forward disproportionately far more than the coming forward inside the straight and it's not just people who are asymptomatic it yes it can go under the right out people who have low or no symptoms but in addition to that. There's these few days lag between when someone's exposed to the virus and then when they start showing symptoms or test positive for it so that life cycle of the virus kind of can play on. How complacency if we let it. That's right so five days is average but it can be longer than that and the near you get to win. Symptoms would have come out but you start to become positive more and more positive five to eight days into the infection. Then that positivity rate declines and just having one test for example may not be enough. You may have to go back for more so this is something that you just cannot relax about you. Just go to be on now for the next couple of weeks. At least so. What do we know about the numbers of south. Australians who are trying to get tested. Because i'm hearing anecdotal reports that people are trying and turned away. Yup about happened to be totally in the early days where they just hadn't got the pop up testing and the increased capacity. So hopefully that's going to improve dramatically but it was pretty unimpressive on day. One in terms of the response to the numbers of southeastern is kind of coming forward for tasting. We hear krona. cast listeners. Have been telling us that they got the results. Pretty quickly as indeed shoot and in any event you don't know how many people left the lines because they got fed up waiting. It's really important that people do come forward. There was a disturbing survey from the bureau statistics which they'd survey people and find that about half one and two. Australians would not come forward for testing of the only mild symptoms they would have more would come forward severe symptoms but not mild symptoms. Such remind people that mild symptoms are problem too. But we put the call out yesterday to you listeners. Especially those of you. Who are living in south australia to say what's happening with you. And how you feeling. And a bunch of you responded. Thank you so much for that. And kate saying she waited for three hours yesterday to get her child tested but the result came back today negative thankfully in less than twenty four hours a long time to wait to get the test but pretty quick turnaround of the results. You it's really a communist. Spirit there to actually do that and get into that lines. Stick it out because you're you're thinking about others as well as yourself so that's fantastic and then we got win. Who's sort of at the other end of the spectrum saying gwynn's pretty ticked off at a massive overreaction was is she's calling it too every time someone sneezes. She was looking forward to traveling to queensland to see her parents. Nash go without being forced into hotel. Quarantine that she can't afford and she's saying that the new south wales leader is the only one being sensible about all these of course. The state is not knowing how much virus there is in south australia but that should become clear over the next few days. It probably is an overreaction to close the borders the risk is low. They could do what they did before. Which is that we know. This is a para fueled cluster and the The clusters reasonably localized at the moment. They could limit the people coming in from those particular areas but adelaide is a small town. And so it's much harder to divide off the suburbs as easily.

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Why South Australia's outbreak isn't going away anytime soon

Coronacast

05:07 min | 1 year ago

Why South Australia's outbreak isn't going away anytime soon

"So norman. let's talk about south australia again today. And we know that they are dealing with an outbreak there at the moment. It's really early days and it's sort of hard to tell how it's going to go Yesterday we heard that didn't seem to be much in the way of community transmission which is good to hia. But it's a bit too early to go awesome new community transmission. We're outta the woods isn't it. It is and just need to remind cast listeners. Not they need to be reminded because they're no world authorities on the corona virus but this virus can go underground it can go underground with younger people asymmetric spread and then just pop sometime later and it can be some weeks later and just remind you. In washington state at the beginning of the pandemic it went underground for about weeks and this has been going now for over a week. Some suggestions even back to the seventh of november rather than the nine th of november. Which is what we thought the day when we started this discussion about south australia. That's a long time for the virus to be out there and circulating. And you just don't know where it's gone and there may be another sub cluster or spread somewhere else which just will pop up in a few days time or even in a couple of weeks time so you just cannot relax and it means that testing numbers should be really high. Should be looking at sewage and They maybe even should be starting to think about asymmetric testing as well. So that you you you. You getting mass testing of communities because the numbers of tests actually luke low pro rata thinking of south australia's about a quarter of the size of melbourne population wise. They still feel low. And i don't have the numbers to hand but when there was breaking shepherds and a lot of people came forward disproportionately far more than the coming forward inside the straight and it's not just people who are asymptomatic it yes it can go under the right out people who have low or no symptoms but in addition to that. There's these few days lag between when someone's exposed to the virus and then when they start showing symptoms or test positive for it so that life cycle of the virus kind of can play on. How complacency if we let it. That's right so five days is average but it can be longer than that and the near you get to win. Symptoms would have come out but you start to become positive more and more positive five to eight days into the infection. Then that positivity rate declines and just having one test for example may not be enough. You may have to go back for more so this is something that you just cannot relax about you. Just go to be on now for the next couple of weeks. At least so. What do we know about the numbers of south. Australians who are trying to get tested. Because i'm hearing anecdotal reports that people are trying and turned away. Yup about happened to be totally in the early days where they just hadn't got the pop up testing and the increased capacity. So hopefully that's going to improve dramatically but it was pretty unimpressive on day. One in terms of the response to the numbers of southeastern is kind of coming forward for tasting. We hear krona. cast listeners. Have been telling us that they got the results. Pretty quickly as indeed shoot and in any event you don't know how many people left the lines because they got fed up waiting. It's really important that people do come forward. There was a disturbing survey from the bureau statistics which they'd survey people and find that about half one and two. Australians would not come forward for testing of the only mild symptoms they would have more would come forward severe symptoms but not mild symptoms. Such remind people that mild symptoms are problem too. But we put the call out yesterday to you listeners. Especially those of you. Who are living in south australia to say what's happening with you. And how you feeling. And a bunch of you responded. Thank you so much for that. And kate saying she waited for three hours yesterday to get her child tested but the result came back today negative thankfully in less than twenty four hours a long time to wait to get the test but pretty quick turnaround of the results. You it's really a communist. Spirit there to actually do that and get into that lines. Stick it out because you're you're thinking about others as well as yourself so that's fantastic and then we got win. Who's sort of at the other end of the spectrum saying gwynn's pretty ticked off at a massive overreaction was is she's calling it too every time someone sneezes. She was looking forward to traveling to queensland to see her parents. Nash go without being forced into hotel. Quarantine that she can't afford and she's saying that the new south wales leader is the only one being sensible about all these of course. The state is not knowing how much virus there is in south australia but that should become clear over the next few days. It probably is an overreaction to close the borders the risk is low. They could do what they did before. Which is that we know. This is a para fueled cluster and the The clusters reasonably localized at the moment. They could limit the people coming in from those particular areas but adelaide is a small town. And so it's much harder to divide off the suburbs as easily.

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Blake Shelton Asked Gwen Stefani's Dad For His Blessing

Daily Pop

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Blake Shelton Asked Gwen Stefani's Dad For His Blessing

"Right. Well we have new reports. Blake shelton and gwen stefani's engagement. Okay a new report on this engagement. According to us weekly blake went the traditional route and asked gwynn's dad for permission before

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Bill Barnwell on NFL Undefeated Teams + Monday Preview

ESPN Daily

05:25 min | 1 year ago

Bill Barnwell on NFL Undefeated Teams + Monday Preview

"Bill Barnwell. It is late Sunday night almost midnight, which means it's time for you to make me smarter about the NFL. I'm going to try my best Baba Bill. Barnwell is a senior writer for ESPN host of the Bill Barnwell show and he's procrastinating his deadline to talk to me. So we just watched the saints and the packers on Sunday night football and the saints lost without. Their Star Receiver Michael Thomas. But that did not stop us from getting a whole bunch of touchdowns drew brees and Aaron Rodgers. Each threw for three a piece. But in the end, the packers won the saints lost and they've now lost New Orleans says back to back games for the first time since two thousand, seventeen bill I know you are writing a new piece about drew brees coming off of the two year deal that drew brees signed in the offseason and what we've now seen from him through these first three weeks what did you see in Sunday night's games he regressing improving? What do we have with bruise right now? Okay. So public drew brees definitely improving this is a better performance from him. Me brees was downright bad on Monday night in week two against the raiders before we got to garbage time and breeze didn't do deep very frequently until this game was out of hand but I think the concerns i. have read or have heard about arm strength or how deep is passes typically go they don't really get how reason this offense actually worked. Breezes sort of like. A singles hitter in baseball like Tony Gwynn lagging time where a post player with no range in basketball he's not going to suddenly start throwing deeply. He's Patrick Mahomes at forty one years old breeze has succeeded. Over the last three years while throwing the shortest paths in the League because he's posted the three best single season completion. In NFL history. Now. The good news for the Saints Good News For Saints Fans is that brees was much more accurate on Sunday night it was twenty, nine, thirty, six for two, hundred, eighty, eight yards a lot of that West Alvin Kamara who did a lot of the work but still going to end up thirty six is still better than where brees was. The bad news was just about everything else. The Saints Lost Starters Jared Cook and Andres P to injuries while devante. Adams List Aaron Rodgers threw for two hundred, eighty, three yards and those three touchdowns you mentioned. The saints focused on adding veterans with nicknames Emmanuel Sanders and balcony. Jenkins this off season. But. Sanders hasn't been able to stand out with ankle Thomas Injured and Jenkins has been picked apart in pass coverage including Mercedes Lewis touchdown on Sunday night the attorney for more accurate breeze that was a bright spot. But if the saints continue to struggle with injuries and get disappointing play from their stars, the Orleans is going to need this version of free stick around to have a chance to compete in the NFC. So the packers emerged three no, and that's where a lot of focus the rest of our conversation here on the teams that are now undefeated through three weeks of the NFL season. So bill, let's push deeper into the NFC here because the Chicago Bears Be Chicago bears are somehow three you know and they do it by beating the Falcons thirty to twenty six Chicago was trailing by sixteen head coach. Matt Nagy Decides to pull quarterback Mitch Trubisky in favor of the veteran nick foles mister big bleep nick himself who goes on to throw three touchdown passes in the fourth quarter. So I have a two part question for you now. Why are the Falcons physically incapable of holding onto a fourth quarter lead and? Secondly, where does this leave the whole quarterback situation in Chicago? Let me answer the second part of that question I. The bears are going to flail by the seat of their pants for the rest of the season I would assume that nick foles is going to start until he struggles and the bears trailing by two touchdowns in the fourth quarter a couple weeks from now, I would point Mitch Trubisky will come in and lead them to victory and the cycle will start the new. Unfortunately I don't have one simple takeaway for our poor friends and Atlantic. Is Different From what we saw in week to as. Much. As the defense was disappointing in this game, the offense really deserves a fair chunk of the blame for what happened scored a touchdown on the opening drive third quarter, and then basically tried to sit on their lead, Matt Ryan and company REPA- total three first downs on their next six is before the bears took the lead back and the only scored one field goal over that time after bisky intercession back running back Brian L. dropped an easy third down conversion which would have put the Falcons and field goal range. Then on the next drive kicker, young coup miss a forty eight yard field goal attempt. I know. I mean let's be fair. The Falcons defense was very bad. I'm not sure the Falcons are gonNA make any drastic changes on Monday morning, but Arthur blank can feel great about seeing this happen. On his seventy eighth birthday and. I believe I'm not mistaken not the only person celebrating birthday on Sunday. Having Birthday Pamela. Day Pablo. Yeah this is a hard way to discover that you share a birthday with the owner of the Atlanta Falcons Bill, which feels like you just cast a pox upon my house.

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"gwynn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"gwynn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To say it's a deadly weapon and since there were two officers and one of local governments in the U. S. are proposing removal of Confederate monuments in the wake of George Floyd's death correspondent Clayton Neville reports one of Texas's biggest cities is asking courts to speed up a decision that was approved months ago the city of Dallas asking an appeals court to allow it to remove a Confederate monument in the city's pioneer park out of concern it could be forced down during continued protests the Dallas city council previously voted to remove the statue but litigation as prevented the city from doing that city attorneys have now filed an emergency motion to have the monument taken down out of fear of the statute or protesters could be harmed protesters in New Orleans tore down a bust of a slave owner who left his wealth to build schools and rolled it into the miss and Mississippi River local media say it was a bust of John McDonough in buffalo New York a teenager who spent ten hours cleaning up glass and garbage following protests in the city was given a job in the buildings department but the mayor eighteen year old Antonio Gwynn junior was earlier given a two thousand four Ford Mustang bieten Mirer but Dale's college in buffalo will provide him with a full scholarship I'm in handing Hey Mandy if you don't know me it's probably because I'm not famous but I did start a men's grooming company called Herries the idea for Harry's came out of a frustrating experience I had buying razor blades most brands were overpriced over.

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"gwynn" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"gwynn" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The home of the ratings we are constantly striving to come up with topics for this program and and quite honestly they're plentiful with more still to come down the road as we continue to wait for the beginning of the two thousand and twenty baseball season to get underway the Tony Gwynn video that we both watch dealing with Tony hitting off of a tee and I found that kind of interesting because he talked about god rest his soul how we would start out with the ball in the center of his stance and then gradually he would move the ball further further further up until we got out here and and and it was a pitch and he said which all hitters love because that's a kind of pitcher to pull the ball first of all first of all I don't need you Marty Brennaman breaking it down Tony Gwynn swaying or how I see I wish that I wish we had a a video going because you sit there with your hands going back back back get your load like Tony Gwynn I don't need to break it down I saw the video I'm just trying to make it a little bit simpler for people to understand getting into hitting off of a tee and how it can affect and help your game maybe it didn't help your game I don't know but I find it a little bit insulting that all I did was repeat what Tony Gwynn was saying I'm not trying to break down anything okay what did you take away from that video because it was a real key point that Tony made in that video I'm not was it I'm not telling I have no interest in even letting you know at all the key element in that video that's because you don't know be back in just a moment at eight your.

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"gwynn" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"gwynn" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Looking at ways to recycle on seven hundred WLW the home of the ratings we are constantly striving to come up with topics for this program and and quite honestly they're plentiful with more still to come down the road as we continue to wait for the beginning of the two thousand and twenty baseball season to get underway the Tony Gwynn video that we both watch dealing with Tony hitting off of a tree and I felt that kind of interesting because he talked about god rest his soul how we would start out with the ball in the center of his stance and then gradually he would move the ball further further further up until we got out here and and and it was a pitch and he said which all hitters love because that's a kind of pitcher to pull the ball first of all first of all I don't need you Marty Brennaman breaking it down Tony Gwynn swaying or how I see I wish that I wish we had a a video going because you sit there with your hands going back back back get your load like Tony Gwynn I don't need to break it down I saw the video I'm just trying to make it a little bit simpler for people to understand getting into hitting off of a tee and how it can affect and help your game maybe it didn't help your game I don't know but I thought I did a little bit insulting that all I did was repeat what Tony Gwynn was saying I'm not trying to break down anything okay what did you take away from that video because it was a real key point that Tony made in that video I'm not wasn't I'm not telling I have no interest in even letting you know at all the key element in that video that's because you don't know back in just a moment.

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Bat Soup, Anyone? How Viruses Transfer From Animals To Humans - Yahoo News

Fresh Air

08:10 min | 2 years ago

Bat Soup, Anyone? How Viruses Transfer From Animals To Humans - Yahoo News

"Let's get back to the interview. Fresh air's Dave Davies recorded yesterday with science writer. David common about the new Corona Rona virus epidemic which broke out in Wuhan China. Kwame ince's the corona virus is just the latest example of how were increasingly contracting dangerous. Viral infections since from animals in his book spillover published in Twenty twelve kwame attractive viruses spilled over from animals to infect humans with HIV West S. Nile fever anthrax. Bola and another from the corona virus family SARS severe acute respiratory syndrome which also emerged in China China. You know you're right. That as scientists tried to track down the source of the SARS virus back in two thousand three and four. They focused on this practice in southern China of eating and in some cases raising wild animals. Not kind of things that you typically think of as food or or where we don't want to just explain this trend and how it figured you're into this yes There is a vogue. There has been a vogue for eating wildlife wild animals when I was in Southern China researching searching the book only briefly. I got to see some of these markets. Where all form of wild animal were on sale A lot of the trade by the time I got there had gone underground because it was suppressed after the SARS outbreak but then it gradually came back and it had been allowed to continue in you again and proliferate win this new virus began but if you go into a live market and you see cages containing bats stacked upon cages containing porcupines stacked upon cages containing palm civics stacked upon cages containing chickens and hygiene is not great and and the animals are defecating on one. Another it's just a natural mixing bowl situation for viruses. It's very very dangerous situation and and one of the things that it allows. Dave is something that we haven't mentioned. I think so far and that is the occurrence of of amplifying hosts hosts that are not the reservoir host the permanent hiding ground of a new virus but represent intermediates between the reservoir of our host and the human population for instance those horses in Australia. From the point of view of a horse they were ultimate hosts and they were being killed by this virus but from the human point of view they were amplifier hosts the virus got into them it multiplied abundantly it caused them to froth and Chauque and bleed through their nostrils veterinarians and trainers. Were trying to take care of them. They amplified the virus. So that One trainer in one stable form and got very sick from that virus in the case of this new corona virus. One of the questions is was there. An amplifier host in that wet market where these cages are stacked are called wet markets white wire called wet markets. Well assume they're called wet markets because the animals are alive alive rather than butchered and in dead and refrigerated They're also wet. Because there's there's water flowing everywhere. They usually have seafood as well as as wild mammals and birds As I said hygiene isn't great. Animals are being butchered on plywood. Boards blood is flowing down into the gutters in the water and there is just a great Liquidity Mix in these markets at at their worst now when scientists were trying to track down the origin of the SARS virus Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome which was associated with the virus in in the early two thousands. They eventually focused focused on something called the civic cat What is that? That's right the civic cat is not really a cat. It's more accurately called the palm palm civic the civic type of mammal that belongs to the to the family of Mongooses But it's a it's a medium sized animal and and it is both captured from the wild for food and captive bred and raised for food And it was the first big eggs suspect of In the SARS outbreak It was found that some of the people who got sick very early on had eaten a butchered civic and so in the civic head though the the antibody for this this virus right and they and they tested him civics and they found they found evidence of the virus. They found antibodies. Antibodies or fragments of DNA A. R. N. A.. In these civics suggesting that they had been infected with the virus and That didn't prove they were the reservoir host but it made them the number one suspect until a couple of Chinese scientists did further work and they established that in fact virus was not living permanently in the civic population in the wild or in captivity. It was it had a different reservoir host it was living in bats and it had passed presumably market somewhere it had passed from a bat into one or more sits and they became the amplifier host. Right and the the Chinese government I think decreed that all sits in captivity would be slaughtered. Right that's right. Thousands of sits in captivity were butchered an an electric electrocuted and and smothered and drowned In this I panicked blind reaction in China to the SARS outbreak. Now when you were looking at you actually went to China with and spent some time in the field with people who were investigating this right. Tell us tell us about that experience. I I went. I went with a fellow named Alexi. Kamara was working as a researcher for a group. That's called ECO health alliance based in New York A group of disease scientists who study see these emerging viruses these emerging pathogens in animals around the world. They generally have cross training in Virology Veterinary Medicine Ecology combinations nations of skills so Alexi was one of them Alexi and a number of Chinese colleagues and I flew to a city called Gua Lynn In the province of Guangdong southern China and we went out climbing into into caves that caves in the karst mountains the limestone stone mountains and hills outside of the city of Gwynn Looking to trap Various different kinds of small bats insectivores bats not giant fruit bats Small bats at lived in these caves including Horseshoe bats which is a particular group of bats so that Alexi and his colleagues could draw draw blood samples and test those for Looking for the SAR SARS virus that point or or any other virus that suspect unit. Just describe a little bit of what what it felt like to be trapping bats and these caves well. It was a little bit claustrophobic. It's not for everybody. Had Castle Castro. We climbed through. We climbed on our bellies through a very low hole to get into one of these caves. We had we had to squirm down and then and up through this whole to get into the cave and then the cave opened out and Alexi and his Chinese colleagues had essentially pillowcases and butterfly nets. And that's how we caught these bats. The Bat started flying around and they would catch them in butterfly nets and they were wearing gloves and and they would untangle a bat from a butterfly net and then Drop it into one of these cloth bags that were like pillowcases. And in this case as I recall they they would tire tied the knot often then handed to me and I would go over and and hanging on sort of a clothesline. So that the bad dangle and we were doing this I don't know if we were in there for a couple of hours oddly enough. We were not wearing masks of any sort we were not wearing with the called. Personal Protective Equipment has met suits or anything and and described this in the book. I asked Alexi. Why the hell

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"gwynn" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"gwynn" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Hi and welcome back Gwynn struggling with us and of course we'll get to your phone calls as well Glenn what do you do in next what your next projects well we got some things coming up I just wanna say one quick thing you hear you ask why George and I think George proved himself to be steadfast loyal accurate to the truth he never changed or compromised what happened and the accuracy of his experiences and he never exploited or profited from the subject and that's a rare quality is it any time or place especially within this uniform UFO community as far as our continued efforts a test we did our program there beyond belief earlier this year I did two lectures in Italy one in March and one in September and then a few months before that before the end of the year before I did a talk in Sweden and Denmark and Italy again there is a resurgence of interest in the European theater I think to some degree some of their media is more inclined to be supportive of versus here in the US I think here in the west we have clamped down as much as possible anything that has any truth or validity or any purpose to it we print a whole lot of mayhem and confusion because that's what we want to do the subject to begin with to put it in the ridicule factor to such an extent that nobody pays any attention to it and it doesn't go anywhere and that's something we can mention as well why is that so I think that has some of your programs before they Turks talked about controlling agencies and organizations that dictate policy worldwide you know most people are are worried about a one world government that's happened a long time from the multinational corporations standpoint there are no borders there are no currencies and worldwide dictates and and wars and and all sorts of situations are manipulated in order to maintain a certain standard of living for those who are privileged enough to have it and and to control the population because our greatest problem is unfettered you're responsible population explosion and that worries the edge aligns much more the nuclear Holocaust biological war is something that's much more devastating but the the uncontrolled population and its downstream into implications is his so should be something that should worry everybody one what do you think of the recent the release of the navy tic tac of videos hello I like it's you know it's it's I think it's very good remember they had the the same kind of infrared.

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"gwynn" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

09:01 min | 2 years ago

"gwynn" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"Can give any parents out there with kids from Fort from a sports standpoint The the really big thing that I see far too often is is And I think it's intentional a lot of times. I just think it's natural for parents to to that competitiveness to come matted the parents but remember that you're no longer playing it is it is about your child and let them develop a love for whatever it is. They're doing on their own because generally when it's rammed down their throat they'll walk away from it before you want them to walk walkaway for from a you know so just guide them obviously give him Give them good instruction but ultimately you gotTa let them pick whatever it is that they love. Yeah it's great wisdom. I think the more I talk to parents or other coaches out there. This is a big problem it it is country it is parents because what happens is parents want the best for their kids. So they think they're serving the kids the best right by throwing down down and it actually is giving them pressure and therefore the kids aren't enjoying the the sport like we did. I would just say for parents out to think back to when you were a child playing games or wasn't nearly the amount of Pressure that there is now on kids to have the success. It was just you going out almost like getting exercise. Sure cise right just playing. Think about those times and try to apply that to your kids. I know it's different times and so much more information out there but you'd be doing win yourself and your your child a favor. Great great advice couple. Final rapid fire questions of four year is doing. What's one thing that you wish others knew about you but don't That I'm a Foodie. I know you're GonNa say that I knew I really enjoy away food. Which is why I'm in this Jim? What's your favorite food anything? That's the thing I like. I like to try new things and I'm a wife on the other hand and she doesn't so we battle when we go to restaurants because I generally wanna go to a place we've never gone. She doesn't like to take those kind of risks. If you were given one wish what would you wish for. I wished that my dad back for shore like he didn't get a chance to meet. Anthony the third. You know he he got to meet all all three girls There's times were because he did after his career was over yes. He coached at San Diego State but he also did some of this radio stuff and some of his TV stuff. That I'm doing now. I would love to pick his brain about it. You know if you had him back what would you say right on man. What would I say to home? I would tell him how much How much much? I appreciate the way he raised me. In the way he allowed me to develop a love for life in itself off. My Dad loved life and At that would be the probably the one thing I'd say for sure as I get teary eyed here skewed. What do you think he would tell you? I hope he would tell me how proud he was of me. Yeah I hope I'm pretty sure he would. I hear I run across people like that. Who S. thing is being in the padres organization? There's still a lot of people around when he was around and That's another thing that keeps me going is that People will tell me that he'd be extremely proud of me. You would so we tell you to keep taking care of mom to absolutely absolutely. Yeah thanks for Sharon that no pump biggest lessons learned in life. So far. What you put into something is what you'll get out of it I find that when I'm one hundred percent going after something even if it doesn't necessarily work out in that particular situation I'll get it back. Some mother house some other way this. This podcast is called impact. What is impact mean to you? Impact to me is having the right white people around you that when you may get lost are are the type of people that can get you back on track. And I think it's important important. Surround yourself with people like that because none of us are perfect. None of us are going to continue to walk the right path. But when you have when you're surrounded by good people people You find your way back on that path a lot sooner than you would without those people around you. Final question deals with impact deals with You you your legacy. What's Tony Gwynn? Juniors legacy GONNA be someday no. It's a big question but if you were to think about your life if someday your dad had fifty four years you're fortunate you still have mom live but Tony Gwynn Juniors legacy is going to be about what how do you want to be remembered -membered loving life and helping people I think that's what it's all about ultimately I I've been blessed the be in the position that I'm in where I can help people And the impact really you know I think Jackie Robinson said this. The impact is really how what you had on other people's life as opposed on your own you know and that's what it's about that's what it should be about. Three should all be inspired to help someone who may not have that help in their life you know and that's something that drives me every day. It's amazing to think now with what you're doing that you may have a bigger impact in what you're doing now than what you had is a basement Renault. It's funny as my mom always used to say that to me. She was going to have a good career. But I just feel like you're GonNa have a much his she always say you're going to have a better career as broadcaster than Your Dad did and my dad was pretty good broadcaster I mean he worked at. ESPN he did the PADRES Games. And if I can have have the type of impact doing this that he had planned a game. We're GONNA take the same qualities and characteristics that you've always lived your life since two hundred all the way through learning. I'm from mom and dad and taking now in applying it to you on TV on radio With your podcast on your radio show show the number of people that you're impacting locally and nationally as globally with what you're doing truly can can transcend anything you've gone or will do on the diamond. And that's why it's important that I remain who I am even on the radio because listen it's very easy to cotton a nipping. TMZ world were the Gotcha questions and things of that nature. And that's just not me. You know I I want people to come on our show in and not worry about those type the things no. They're going to have a good time. And you know I try to. I try to show that in the way that I speak to people. Well you've always epitomized that I think Tony when junior I think of the word soul you are a good soul thing man with integrity and honesty and hard work and dedication I thank you for who you are. And what you do It's not easy growing up in the shadows of a legend and you always handled it so well as a matter of fact you took the lessons from Your Dad Adam. The great relationship you had with your mom and your dad and Now to see what you're doing in your own career truly is remarkable and I wanted to share that with the world today on on this podcast asked Just so that we can have some more listeners and followers of Tony Gwynn junior and all that you're doing well listen You know you know I feel about you man. You have have really kind of open. The door showed the path you know for for us who come in here and are with you for last ten twelve fifteen years And the amount of the same same thing with you. The people around you are the same way so you've been a mentor from me for for a long time over ten years now so I appreciate she ate you. I do. Thanks Tony if one wants to follow you on social media or on your podcast network and they best do that on twitter. It's at Tony Gwynn junior on I G it's Tony Underscore Gwynne junior. You can catch me on the big time baseball players addition podcast radio DOT com and then of course coin Chris on Ninety seven hundred fan Monday through Friday. Three to seven guys there. You have it Tony Junior with another episode of the Todd can impact show and what a great show it was Tony. Thanks so much for being in house today thank you..

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"gwynn" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"gwynn" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"And that's not the case as for everybody so I learned early that just because a guy is having a bad day doesn't mean he's a bad. Do you know you don't know what's going on in somebody's life or our background or what dealing with at the time so I always tried to come at it from a spot of listen I before I have something something to say on on somebody else's life or day or whatever they're going through that time and then you can kinda find your way to to maybe help a person net maybe having a bad day you know I want to step forward The two thousand fourteen The sports world was rocked when Tony Gwynn senior Passed away of cancer. What was that time like for you? Losing Your Hero Your Dad Yeah What was that time like? It was tough it was to be honest it was the blur you know I I my dad got me. He was diagnosed with cancer in two thousand ten months. My second year here in San Diego and just the news of that derailed the rest of that season for me so You start you live with it right. He Your Dad has cashed or he's he's battling he's going through treatments commits And by the time we got two thousand fourteen he type of cancer so if someone doesn't remember that tall man I'm trying to cancer. It was it was it was throat cancer cancer but it was a long name. It's I have to look. You'll figure it doesn't matter cancer right but he had had a benign spot for two other times before it actually became cancer. Okay So the third time it came it was canceled. I I think we kind of expected it because it was coming back and usually those type things eventually turned into cancer but two thousand fourteen was tough because at that point you could could see him starting to deteriorate a little bit. He's he's gone through Chemo. He's just he's a different dude at disarm. Anybody who knew my dad knew a person that was jovial loved the talk. I mean he talked your ear off about any and everything and he just wasn't wasn't that person anymore and so when I lived for spring training and my my one year in Philadelphia You know it was constant chicken we restore out of point. He was still at a point where we still have a conversation pretty much every day tire but we have one. You know We got to got around his birthday. He had an episode where he he kind of fell and hit his head and I remember talking to him and I was ready to come home. I was ready to drop everything and leaving a I remember him telling me you gotta stay there for your family. I'll be here when you get back So I took him at his word for it Part of me knew that there was a chance that that wasn't going to happen though and It was it was tough. It was real tough season. I'm I'm in a new place off to a good start and unfortunately for me my dad and I were so close that any news that was on the negative side as much as I tried to prevent it from affecting me during the job it it did it. One hundred percent did and You just you get to that point and I'll never forget. The phone call was like three four in the morning. I'm in Atlanta Michael Klay calls me. And he's like your dad pass and it was just like a fog from nap point on. I don't I remember pieces of what was going on. I obviously remember the a funeral But it was. It was a tough time for me and I it was almost like I was just walk like a ghost just kind of walking through life for for a moment in time I remember that like it was yesterday. I remember everything about that and I think anyone listening. and WHO's ever lost. A parent knows hose. It's the most difficult time your life and it doesn't matter if you're ten years old you're thirty years old. You're seventy years old. It's never easy losing apparent And for you I know your father was so special and the Cedar Relationship That Your Mom and dad had together truly was special on that and to see the outpouring of love during that time. Oh that that that made it a little bit easier to do because you know. Obviously you live. I've lived in San Nagel my whole life and you get a chance to see it up. Close a person how much people like love. Love my dad but when he pass and to see a stadium like filled up yeah. It's not even a game there. was incredible and to this day. There's still times where where people stop me. And They WanNa tell me a story about how my dad effect and they may have never met my dad in their entire life up just by him being him He affected a lot of people's life. And that gives me A little piece When I when I do get a chance to run into somebody who wants to tell me a story yeah I mean it's been almost has been pat over five years and it still feels like it was yesterday honestly no doubt? Well what's most amazing to me is what you've done with your career censure. Dad's death since your retirement because in working with a lot of athletes one of the most difficult times of transition the transition after a major our life change or retirement of like..

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"gwynn" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

12:33 min | 2 years ago

"gwynn" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"Glad to beer been wanting to get on this podcast for quite some time. We finally made some time. Have you been listening in. I have I have I mean but you do everything in fashion so I I knew it would be good so I WANNA start off ten years ago. You're playing. You're playing baseball ball. What brought you into fitness quest? Ten Chris Young Chris. I got traded from Milwaukee to San Diego in May of two thousand nine and You know as you get to know your new teammates We get towards in a year and listen when I got there. We were pretty bad. We WanNA worse seems leak but the second second half the season we finished with one of the best record so when you start winning games it starts promoting good habits right and I remember C. Cyo pulling me aside. I wouldn't be doing this off season where you're gonNA be working out and at the time I really didn't have a real workout regimen. It was pretty much go hit some baseball's baseball's goes Jackson. Fly Balls work on your foot work and that was it. I would lift when I can when I could but I knew this was like the first real opportunity I had at the big league level and I and I wanted to try to capitalize on it. So that's how I hit up here. Who is in that group? We had Chris Young Chris Young the big six ten pitcher Ida Princeton University diversity him and well venables developing is nick. Hudli only I think it was just us for that first day. It was a rude awakening for me. Yeah I don't think I've ever really worked out like that before and I I remember throwing up a couple of times and but I I knew after their workout workout that I was on to something that I I had never really. I never pushed myself down one thing. I still remember ten years later is you. Were even not not only a student of the game of baseball which always asking great questions. Why are we doing this? Play metric jump on one leg versus to what about the rotation and you were studying. You could see see your wheels turning on that so you're very cerebral in that approach and I got that from my father I remember being a little boy and him. I can't remember we were but I remember him. Turning to me and saying sometimes just better to keep your mouth shut and watch be observant mascot questions if something. I wish I did more when I was in school But as I got older I realized that it was a big key. Right if people you know have the information and and they're a willing participant in giving it to you. Why not ask and you are always good about that? Well I want to step back before that when you were growing up and I remember being a kid back in New Jersey I was a Yankees Fan. If you're in Jersey or either mets fan you're a yankees fan or maybe a phillies fan. But they were atrocious in the they were they. Were but that your dad I believe he started his pro career in the early eighties. Right to write and went of ninety eight only player one of the few players who lasted twenty years with one one team. I remember hearing about this Tony Gwynn because he was constantly every year hitting three hundred plus believe one year he was floating around four hundred twenty four ninety before going into the last week. But you growing up. What was it like to grow up in a household with a man who was one of the most famous baseball players of all time is he still is one of the most famous baseball players of all time but growing up? What was it like? Well I think would allow people don't realize in order for my dad to have the success that he had he had to have an unbelievable partner and my mom and that's for the first time I learned about teamwork. I mean my dad. My Mom made it made it so that my dad was able to go out and pour for all of his energy is focused into the game to be the best that he could be While he was at the field in order for that to happen When you have children right right you your significant other has to be willing to sacrifice a lot and and that's where my mom came in? My mom was pretty much mom and dad for six months out out of the year because my dad was gone so much. You spend a lot more time with her than I did. I did as up until I got to the age of like nine more. I could protect myself on the baseball field. My Dad felt like I was mature enough to be in a locker room. I was with my mom most of the time so she played Mom and dad for six months out of the year and That's that's kind of how it really started. So when you were like seven eight or nine and you're playing Little League and dad shows up at the field. Was it dad showing up at the field or you knew like why all these people getting him so much attention different. At about that age I started to realize something was different. You know prior to that. I'd go to school. Who in kids? who had maybe been at the game? It'd be like I saw your dad at you. Know he's he's so awesome and you know when you're young you don't really pay much mind to it right but you know once. I started playing sports and a few times especially baseball. 'cause They Kinda coincide with my dad season so he wasn't able to get to a lot like literally games games but the one or two that he could show up to. It was clear that there was something going. Here is just a lot of chaos. Going around right it became it became almost like put new fence on right. I remember you telling me stories about dad bringing you into the dugout and to the team room when you were young boy. What was that like as a as a young kid as a baseball player going down there now seeing the other the other guys? Yeah Yeah. It was pretty amazing from right. 'CAUSE I grew up watching him on. TV watching all these guys on TV. So first time I was loud to go into the locker room It was was like I opening for me. It was like the coolest thing ever. I'm seeing all these guys they'd either I hear their names on the radio I've seen him on TV And I'm getting a chance to be around him when when you're nine ten you think all these guys are your friends. You think they're like your best like your best buddies right right. You shared before with me Your your dad in the locker room which share lessons with you. Yeah what's like one or two things that he shared with you then when you're a young boy in the locker room of a pro team do you remember any one conversation or less. And maybe he shared. I remember one conversation pretty well because it really transpired over the entire day so As a nine year old and I remember two players. Brad Osmosis and Scott Livingston They I I at nine years old a lot of times. You don't understand especially that how good my dad was. I was like in my household three hundred. I thought that was the norm. Like I thought everybody did that. I didn't realize my dad was That was was really we that good of a of a player at that time right and so I remember coming into the locker room and kind of poking fun at at Brad AAs Mrs Average like Oh man. You didn't do forty something the man either. It's like you're terrible and what ended up happening was this was my first kind of I kind of Intro to a big locker room. They tied me up in free rap. They tied me up and pre rap. And this is at my older you. I was nine reminds you this is at about six fifty eight right. So everybody's pretty much filtering out the locker room to go to the game. My Dad is already on foot so he tied me up. Threw me in the dirty clothes been and I sat there for about thirty five minutes. Away before Tony Patrizia. The clubhouse manager came in there and got me out and you got a nine zero wrapped in pre thirty thirty been laundry. But they know that that wasn't just they didn't just decide to wrap me up because I was just randomly walking around there at me because I was popping off a little bit and what I I remember I remember thinking. Oh my gosh. I'm never going to be allowed to come down here My Dad's not going to allow it so he came off feel and he had already been told during the game. I assume oh because We sat down. He didn't say anything actually until we got into the car on the way out and he goes you learn your lesson. I was like yeah he was like you have to realize is this is this is this. Is Everybody's job. I know it's a game to you but this is their livelihood so when you're talking about him like that they might they might kill type away and That was my first rule. And the other lesson I learned really was from just being around watching everybody's routine and what got them prepared appeared to go into the game and everybody was different. Not Everybody you know. My Dad would take early batting practice desk before regulus before they even open up the stadium. he take batting practice. Sometimes he would take a regular hitting most of the time he wouldn't know he go up not doing his thing. Get himself ready for the game now. Everybody was different but what I gathered. Third from that was that seemed to be a pretty important element to getting ready for a game. Why do you think he played twenty years with the padres one one team? It's just unheard of. He loved it here. He loved the city love. The people My Dad was type That will once. He's comfortable warn his rounded. He doesn't generally like to change things you know so I I think it was a combination of that and it was a combination of him never wanting to uproot his family I think he felt like that was one of the most important things for my sister myself. My Mom To be stable where we were and not have to pick up in leave and go someplace else and I tried to Know towards the end of his career. I pushed him hard. You're at the end of your career. I want you to have a chance to play early on a big stage. We had just come off of the ninety eight series where they lost in the world series and I was like I know and you know you don't have a whole lot of time live. I would like to see you on that stage again. But and although he told me I he would think about it. I think he had no desire to go anywhere. Where you in high school? Then I was I was I was junior. So Oh you're at high school having a great career you go on a San Diego state have another great career get drafted twice the first time. You didn't accept the offer. You get drafted again the second round and and You have six plus great years in the bigs. What was it like throughout your career of trying to make your own name? Yeah because everywhere you go. Minors majors in the in the town. You're Tony Gwynn Junior. But you're always Tony Seniors son right right. How do you get out of the shadows of your debt or do you not like? Hey Your Dad's an icon right here but in this country you talked about baseball. His name's in a couple of top five all time time every time. Yeah I think what I understood in you know. I was blessed to figure this out at a really early age was that my dad was special and it wasn't I wasn't special. But he was really good at his craft and in order for me to surpass it was it was going to take a lot and so at a young age I I understood that so I went about my business as trying to just be me. There's no getting around it. You really can't step Out of that shadow you. It's going to be there for the most part right And that goes back to little league. I can remember plan. My I literally game majors game and in an apparent thinking that I should be able to hit like my dad at nine years old. And it's just like it. That's and so that kind of continued throughout life and it just became a part of who I was is now. I didn't pay a lot of mind to it. I knew that me and my dad were completely different players and I was okay with that. I was okay with that looking back. Now what are a few of the lessons that baseball taught you as a man as an athlete that are still important today in what you're doing in many different roles in the media as a father. What are some lessons that baseball specifically taught you the one beaut- beautiful part about one of the mini beautiful parts about game baseball as that? So many guys come from different walks of life and different backgrounds. And what I what I learned during you know my fifteen year career. Just playing pro ball is that Try to put yourself in other people's shoes you know for myself I had easy relatively easy upbringing at both parents in in my in the house Lot of love there..

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"gwynn" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"gwynn" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"Am I got my workout. Don't check breakfast. Check mine right check and now we have a very special guest in the House that you are going to get great value from today. I promise you hang with me. He someone I trained for eight years while he was playing Major League Baseball yes eight years and he's been training since his retirement here at ten since that time. He's not only a local hero and celebrity here in San Diego but his name is nationally known because of his iconic father who played in Major League Baseball for twenty years for one team team the Sandiego padres. Does anyone out there. No one talking about the name is Gwen Tony Oni Gwen. And today I have in house Tony Gwynn Junior. He's a current broadcaster for the padres on TV and radio. He has his own sports show on a local radio channel and he has his own podcast. Well guys one more thing you probably realize it I I just had my nineteen three and a half they live mentor. Ship.

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"gwynn" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:30 min | 2 years ago

"gwynn" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The short work week great with fourth of July Thursday coming up here all right welcome back Gwynn thanks for hanging in there thank you for having me back well no I was talking about the original new deal was brought in by Franklin Roosevelt no no Roosevelt and I believe there was an attempt to Kickstarter socialism America he had some success and she says since then still here and if you can shoot anywhere you just have to go down to your cell somewhere for office and your age one of the city you live in in planning okay and you're living in and that was okay in America developed a all we can government survival passing from QB right in in the left the left today appears to be wanting to take every American into that same category well let me tell you so Franklin Roosevelt with the money that I he would not take controlled all businesses if he could and although it may also say this too to the Japanese the attackers on polls and the only solution and yeah but you know without the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor we might still be under that Roosevelt I'd still fighting the Great Depression we would no way in the world out of it when the Japanese attacked with the Japanese attack for America manufacture America back to work and put money in people's pockets there might not be the best I know a lot but the Japanese turn those into all power in turn those into a world economic power and we didn't want ever since one person one person that was in Europe all about same time as all the other people going on I need a little lady from New York he had a dream of his own it was called one call three engine and and deals are nothing new very good as soon become not at any of the okay this summer thanks for taking my call thank you much less so yup come for the July coming up this week big celebration in our nation's capital I don't know how many thousands tens hundreds of thousands yeah I had up to DC for July fourth but the interior department says the fourth of July celebration featuring president trump will also include a flight demonstration by the US navy blue angels the salute to America will honor the nation's five service branches with music military demonstrations course the fireworks display as well as a speech by the president at the Lincoln Memorial participants include a the old guard Fife and drum corps the U. S. army band the armed forces chorus US marine corps silent drill team and others now Democrats are concerned that the president's gonna the alter the tone of what should be a non partisan celebration of America's founding by delivering an overtly political speech the interior secretary says president trump will use the speech to honor the military all right so quite the schedule starts one eleven forty five in the morning with the independence day parade marching bands five a drum corps floats military units giant balloons equestrian drill teams and more a red dwarf of flag waving red white and blue celebration it's eleven forty five till two in the afternoon got the salute to America six thirty to seven thirty now the president honoring the armed forces music military demonstrations flyovers that's that's when you'll have yeah the blue angels eight to nine thirty the west lawn of the U. S. capitol that's the capitol fourth concert co sponsored by the National Park Service and the national symphony orchestra hosted by John Stamos an all star salute to America's two hundred forty third birthday yeah performances by a Grammy Award winning the music legend Carole King a Vanessa Williams several others gates open like three o'clock in the afternoon for that the Khan concert starts at eight o'clock is nine o'clock nine oh seven to nine forty two the big fireworks display it'll all culminate with a spectacular fireworks display over the national mall fireworks to be launched from the west Potomac park and behind the Lincoln Memorial they will be visible from locations throughout DC and northern Virginia in a last week there were yet to fireworks company that all the companies rather than also donated they had a big fireworks display a plan to begin with but they're like her we're gonna make this even bigger phantom was one and I can't recall the name of the other but two companies yeah that say this is going to be the the second be the biggest fireworks display in Washington DC ever they made a point that this is gonna be a fireworks display even bigger one than when we number nineteen seventy six the two hundredth anniversary and I I I can't recall how big that display was but I know two hundred anniversary it was big this is supposed to even if this is gonna rival even or two hundred day anniversary coming up this Thursday all right we'll look forward to that bout seventeen before the hour it's eight eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five on America's trucking network Hey real exam Odyssey cruises up their game if you're thinking about maybe a romantic night out with your lava or maybe you just want to go ahead and enjoy the beautiful scenery of DC you gotta check out the way of the redesigned their ships from the refinements in lighting and textures to the Ramallah dance floor and bar space I said bark and not to mention minimizing fuel consumption and emissions get a sneak peek of the brand new beautiful interiors at their website Odyssey cruises dot com it's O. 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"gwynn" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"gwynn" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"She's the best friend, and you know. I guess in this kind of like eighties movie thing he would end up being with her because he would see the era of his ways. Right because it's a classic trope that oh right in front of me. My best friend. Free. Right. Exactly. And she's like, Molly ringwald, or you know, what I mean like somebody like it in. And so I again that that was was super important to set up in that seat specifically. And again to Meredith is ready to be is ready to be a grownup. And she's you know, she also has some a little bit of grow into do herself. And and and I think that Bruce eventually provides the for for her in a really weird twist away. But it is more about him. The interesting thing about that seen as like it's kinda like a save the cat thing with the whiff of death moment in a row, and like all his dick dies, this this this guy his dick has to die. And. Yes. So that's amid spoiler whatever. But. Yeah. Like that that we're in the spoiler section congrats on the whiff of death for Dick's. That's that's just exactly what was intentioned when Shavkat book was written. It was only a matter of time before somebody hit on the head. What's funny? You bring that up because you know, you're also getting into some territory earlier with the concept of. Sex comedy. You know, you have you have a few sex scenes, but you know, you have Gwynn who was getting orgasmic when she's interviewing for the apartment. And and is like, you know, reciting everything that that are the benefits of such apartments with walk in closets. And you know, all the other things it's like it's like really getting her off. So what was it? What was it like for you as a director to to get sex scenes filmed? Because it's it's really tricky from from anything anyone's ever told me as to how you film them. What you have to do to keep everybody comfortable and safe as we were talking about earlier, you know, and this is a sex scene that that has some choking at it. And then later on he Bruce winds up, you know, to show the just how long your movie has been as around he's going onto the casual encounters section Craigslist, which here we are in March or twenty nineteen. There is no such section anymore. It is at least been shut down that that part of Craigslist. So so. So I like like like, basically he runs into a dominatrix there. You have a whole other crazy sex comedy scene. So what was it like to to navigate the filming of of your sex comedy scenes, you know, as director, and as an actor because you're in the middle of them as well will wanna think once they helps is that the people that are in those scenes with me or like to to a my really super close friends. And then they weren't you know, they just again we were a small crew. So in the in the dominatrix seen I believe it was myself, Nicole molar, and who plays Dr was named Madame feel your pain as what she called herself. And then and then won the DP. So just three people there in. I think part of it was we were kind of laughing at it was also chilled us out. Like, we like this is this is ridiculous. So I think that also helped and then I think the same thing kind of the with Jamie who plays who plays Gwen. It was kind of. I mean, you know, we implicitly trust each other. We, you know, she trusted. I wasn't gonna put her in like a crazy situation. You know? Everything everything was filmed from shoulder up. So she had all her clothes on. I had all my clothes on. I'd have my top. Right. So those kind of things I'll try to try to do an, you know, just let everybody know of you. You know, you feel uncomfortable. Let's talk about it. We'll figure it out. You know earlier we talked about this is Nancy hero story. There's also really not much of an antagonistic here because Bruce is his own antagonised for most of the movie, but you were kind of sliding in you know, the competing dog Walker..

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"gwynn" Discussed on X96

X96

06:54 min | 3 years ago

"gwynn" Discussed on X96

"Well, here's that Elon Musk score. I was telling you about this happened some time ago to but I- Parenti the Pentagon is reviewing the Pentagon you on Musk's federal security clearance. Wait a minute after his after his. Smoking marijuana on Joe Rogan podcast Moscow's refiled, his S F Eighty-six security form which requires a federal employee or contractor seeking clearance to acknowledge any illegal drug use over the previous seven years. According to the official who asked not to be identified. Mosque has a secret level clearance because of his role is founder and CEO space exploration technologies corporation, which is certified to launch military spy satellites space x official who has not to be identified said. The review hasn't had an impact on the company. Spacex his day to day operations are run by president and chief operating officer Gwynn's chartwell. The company has won contracts were national security space launches since Musk's podcast incident, including one four three launches on February nineteenth for two hundred ninety seven million. But the refiling and review underscore the continuing ramifications from the chief executive officer's decision last year to smoke marijuana on the podcast which quickly went viral, and it highlights the legal discrepancies between federal and state policy on marijuana use well as do that. Yes. While about three dozen states have taken steps to decriminalize pot. It still remains a federal crime. It totally would make sense for the defense security service to ask musk to update his application and to investigate the situation. Further said, Mark Zayd, a Washington attorney who specializes in federal whistleblower cases and representing clients facing clearance. Challenges aide doesn't represent mosque and isn't aware of all. The details in the case James Gleason, a spokesman for closely held space x declined to comment. I mean, it's it's it's it's ridiculous. It really is ridiculous. But as you as you said, it points out, the differences between the federal opinion versus opinion, we need to get this federal thing. Yeah. Cleared just needs to be. Deregulated? Well, we'll see what happens. I mean, it it's probably inevitable that it will at some point. But we'll see I like many people in Utah tamra Boyle has emergency food supplies in her basement. Each one of these is five gallons of drinking water. She said, well pointing to the cardboard boxes filled with containers of water. However, it wasn't till past month. When Boyle started thinking about her emergency supplies. I was lying in bed. When it happened. The earthquake out here in Harriman, and I was just lying in bed. When it happened. I woke up my husband, and I said, I think we had an earthquake. And then she started thinking about emergency preparedness and. The director of operations in Herrmann. Monte Johnson said. Start thinking about having some preparedness classes and people in Heron are ingredients. And there is part of the preparedness preparing for the wildlife that's been wandering around here. Well, they've been they've been telling Harriman residents to make sure that their children when they go to school don't have treats in their pockets and make sure that they don't smell like bacon. Yeah. But there but heroin is having they've been having classes and a lot of people have been attending on how to make sure that you're prepared for the earthquake. But you know, what you know, what they say about the big one it strikes without warning. I'm a little paranoid. I'm a lot paranoid. About real quick. All kinds of things, and I've been since we've been having all these little earthquakes, which is a Tori Amos album every time I say that I think about it. Like if my car gets down a quarter of a tank, I fill it up. Because you don't want to be caught. No. Because that's one of the things when the big one happens. Well, I'm gonna have a hard time getting. Yes, that's true. And if you're driving when the big one has a lot of people just mistake that for car trouble, and they pull over. Yeah. Yeah. Car. I've been really weird about keeping my car filled with gas, which is a good thing. Anyway, if your car, my my dad, always told me, you should treat your half a tank as pretend that's empty pretend half a tank happened to any never let your car get below a half a Tanka gas just pretend that's am. Sure. Wasting a lot of time at a gas poem. What I think you know, what I do. You know, how my emergency preparedness is lock and load baby. That's why emergency preparedness. All right. Let's see here got another story or two for you. The Utah Senate committee has. Oh, I don't want to do that one right now there. Oh, the tax Bill that they were talking about doing where they were gonna they're gonna lower taxes, but then raise taxes on things like haircuts and raise put tax long, your put taxes on them long yard care and all them not doing a good. Not yet. They decided they decided that there was there were too many details that they couldn't get done. And so they're shelving it for the time being, but it'll come back next year. I just have a thought 'cause we're one of the few states that has just a, you know, a short run of our legislature. You know, they meet for only a certain period. Carey don't suggest this. I know it's crazy. Okay. With this all the time fulltime legislature. No, I was just thinking we could weed out some of the weirdoes if you just you just have them around longer, and they and the end you'd pay more to do it. All right. So no, don't forget. We switch daylight saving time. Weekend. It's spring ahead. Remember, not fall back. Spring ahead. Set your clocks ahead. You know? I saw a tweet this. And I I am with him on this. Why why don't they do it on a Friday? So you have all weekend to get to adjust. Yeah. Why is it always on a Sunday? You know, before you go to know, it's a Saturday or what? But I mean do it on Friday. So you have a couple extra days doing it on Sunday. You're really I mean, but give you give you the whole weekend to adjust a Dr Kelly baron, an associate.

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"gwynn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

13:03 min | 3 years ago

"gwynn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"All right. He has promised. We're going to get to spend a few minutes with Tony Gwynn junior. Tony had had an outstanding career around major league. Baseball was a good outfielder. Now, he's working on the Padre broadcast. And of course, his dad is is Mr. Padre, the lake wait great. Tony gwynn. Hello, tony. Tony doing today. John gray. I is it safe to say there hasn't been this much excitement around San Diego with the signing of Machado until your dad almost hit four hundred. I think that would be putting it very lightly. This place was absolutely buzzing yesterday. I mean, we have down here from two three to seven. We were talking taking phone calls literally from twelve o'clock throughout the entire segment of our show. So it was a huge day in this way. Fans are extremely happy. You know, what I was gonna say. Did you get anybody that called in because we have giant fans here that will say, well, no, it's too much money or let's build for the future. Whatever the hell, you get anybody that complained nobody not one person complaint, and the funny thing about it was prior to the signing. Your prior to the Padres evening being mentioned in the Harper Machado sweepstakes. There was a lot of that that sentiment that you know, we should stay stay. The course, you know, with the young guys let them come up and as soon as that should that. That deal went through and people were. We lost him. Machado. We're talking to Tony Gwynn junior on the guest line is a great follow on Twitter at Tony Gwynn junior. Tony, you know, I think your father was the greatest hitter. I I've ever seen right there with Wade Boggs. I mean, those two guys were just unbelievable. But I just listening to you a couple of these answers, you sound an awful lot. Like pops to do people. Tell you that. Yeah. I pretty much daily especially when I'm at the stadium. So I tell people I I can't I can't really control it, nor do I really want you on that. Well, hey, you know, this is an incredible addition for the Padres. He was a lot of people are looking at this going. You know, this doesn't make any sense, especially because a lot of the northeast media are disappointed that Machado's not a not playing in another part of the country. He's way out here on the west coast. But I think what people are sleeping on is that Logan white and AJ prelature have put together one of the best farm systems in the game and the the Fernando Totti's June. Seniors and orient. And so so many of these young players are coming to the big leagues MacKenzie gore and other young pitchers two years from now the Padres could really really be exciting. But you think? Oh without question. I think people know Logan light, but Logan white put together those all those dodger prospects that you're seeing at the big league level that logo. And he's been able to put together some tremendous draft classes, emanate, April or have really done a fantastic job with the farm system. And you starting to see some of those guys come up. Tony out. All right. Guys with me for just a second there. But go ahead. A little better. Now. I was saying that you know, frame mill res- tremendous second half as year hundred rental tremendous. They can have last year you're going to need to see those guys take a step forward. But without question Padres have have put themselves in a position to where they can they can make some noise come by twenty twenty twenty twenty one. All right. Let me ask you this situation. That giant fans are going through here. Giants projected down until you guys sign Machado down there. They were the Padres, of course, near the basement how much of this in your estimation was done just to help sell tickets. And yes, the team's going to be better. But a move designed to just say, hey, we gotta get up off the deck. No matter what it costs. Dammit. Let's see get Machado or Harper for the fans. I mean when you spend three hundred million reportedly, that's that's gotta factor in a little bit right box office is what I like to call it. And I just think it was a combination of a few things I think the west in general is is not going to be as strong as we've seen in the past. I think the dodgers have taken a step back. I think the dares on damage is definitely taken a step back. The giants will probably be I'm assuming were they were last year around there. It's an agent roster. But you know, so the goal with that part alone along with the fact that this is a once in every wet fifteen years that you'll get a free agent that is twenty six years of age and at the top of the top of his game. If the Padres weren't playing well next year guess what you'll be twenty seven twenty eight to following year. You still got five or six prime years of Manny Machado, even if it doesn't happen this next year because he's got a five year out in his favor. If I'm not mistaken, correct? That's been reported. He has what would you tell if you were running the giants, and they say we only want to sign five year deal. I don't wanna be on the hook for ten years in you know, in case Harper just is good. But you know, they're not beating down the doors to to see a five hundred team even with him. What would you tell them right now if they didn't want to extend past five years old? Oh, I would tell them that probably ended up with Bryce Harper. I I assume that much because based on you know, reporting out there. He's got some deals out there that. Great. Name in the right money. So if that's the case, I think you're kinda you might be eliminating yourself from a white accent once every fifteen year type free agent that could do some damage for a very long. We're talking to Tony Gwynn junior on the gas line. Poggioli Padre signed Manny Machado yesterday. Surprising. A lot of people in baseball. I will say this. I like the way prowlers building this team. I mean, you're going to spend big dollars. Don't spend it on pitching spended on develop pitching and spend it on. Hosmer's Bennett on Machado. These guys are relatively safe compared to any pitcher just because they were position players who have linked, you know, they're to play ten years, but I can ask because I'm looking at this roster behind the plate. You know, you guys traded the reliever for Mahia the young catcher from the Indian is a tremendous hitter. He's a switch hitter. Because also of Austin hedges, who's a pretty damn good catcher is Mahia gonna wind up playing third base. Or do you think prowler oughta outfielders on this roster? Of note, maybe six major league caliber outfielders. Do you think Keller's got a spring training trade coming Tony this spring where he he starts kind of changing this roster around even more than he already has? I think there's going to be something happens by the end of spring training. I mean, you have six major league outfielder stood only three positions out there. You certainly not going to carry six on the big league roster. So my guess is that don't make a trade at some point. Oh, it's gonna be think spring training is going to determine you know, who's who's the odd-man-out for from that standpoint? There's still some Spanish word the Padres can improve for this season. I find it hard to believe that they were gonna go completely young with their rotation. Because some of those guys close enough, you know, they're they're going to be on innings limits. So it's gonna be tough to get through a hundred sixty two with the young staff that they have I from third from the third base standpoint that that's I believe it'll be Manny Machado eventually this season. 'cause I think to tease won't be in the minor leagues very long if at all. And if that's the case that is going to be your shortstop. And I think Machado be basement that was an incredible parade by the way, they did Padres. Got talk tease junior. People don't know for big game James shields. It was a tremendous deal a deal. Recon the GM of the White Sox ruse to this day. I could ask you the last year, and we joked about this with some of the guys at fan fest. Tony we're talking to Tony Gwynn junior on the line will Myers was complaining openly are playing four night while he was streaming about Andy green. And of course, it was since he was streaming. It got public and he had apologized, and there's been trade. Rumors surrounding Myers has they kissed and made up here. They move as Myers stone the trade bloc. What's going to happen with Myers coming out of that? Or is that is that all, you know, by we'll let bygones be bygones, I think they were able to kind of patch it up at the end of last year. You know, it happened at the end of the year. So, you know, time apart will kind of allow some of that stuff that hill everything that I know they plan on we'll Meyers being there leftfielder this year. And I did. And I personally think that the Manny Machado citing helps. Nobody more than than we'll Meyer. Well Mars can now be allowed to kind of slide in the background. Just go out and play baseball. No longer has to face the guy answering questions he can lead that now air Gaza. Many silently he can just go play ball, which I think when he's able to do that just think back to the last year he went to the all star game. I mean, he had just enough to know that lineup Matt camp in that lineup and he was able to flourish and make his first all star game. He stays healthy. I expect him to have a big ears for the bottom this year. Again, go back to a fit here with Harper in the bay area. Always hero San Diego is it's it's a tough place for sports because there's so many other things to do people. Just don't sit down sit home and watch your or listen to baseball or or other sports. I'm just curious. Did you have you noticed or heard of a bump in ticket sales? Just within the last day. I heard a little bit of a rumblings about it yesterday. When I got to the studio for the raiders some folks we're talking about out of Padres ticket sales have gone up. But here's the thing. Considering you know, how poorly they play the parties have done. Well, in attendance. Considering that. So I can only imagine based on everything we heard yesterday from call phone calls. There's gonna be nothing. But more people come into these games this year for the Padre and more people watching and listening to him that follow suit. Yes. Absolutely. Absolutely. Listen, I. Oh is box office. And from the time the Padres were mentioned meeting within the second time, you can kind of feel the fans getting antsy about it. Now being that I've been here by tire life. I I was a little pessimistic about it at first. But once the numbers leaked out on Sunday, my thought process change 'cause there hadn't been any number leakage at least in the Padres standpoint at any point during the season. So at that point, I kind of felt like it was real. And based off of what we heard the people we heard from yesterday. This was a tremendous gift for the Padre now seriously. It's a good good thing in San Diego for sure, by the way, my favorite restaurant connected to a ballpark has to be Oscars Mexican seafood in the left field where at Petco that I think they got a couple of them right there. That is one of the best that is one of the best restaurants. I've ever seen connected to have you frequented Oscars. Mexican. Seafood at all freedom with it every time, I'm at the state in which is why I gained so much weight there. That must be a good feeling. It is good stuff to go through life. And who do you love more than your mother and your father, and to know that almost one hundred percent of the people in the world. Love your dad. Yeah. Yeah. It is pretty cool. I to fill it every day. I'm at Petco park. And and it's it's a blessing. I it's it's it's hard to you know, really explain to people. But it's certainly something my mom, and I my sister cherish anytime. The MLB network shows the hour on Mr. Padre. I mean. Yeah. I would encourage anybody to go back..

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Aretha Franklin, Jack Osbourne and Trump discussed on Tom Leykis

Tom Leykis

00:46 sec | 3 years ago

Aretha Franklin, Jack Osbourne and Trump discussed on Tom Leykis

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WhatsApp Has a New Plan for Fighting Its Lethal Fake News Problem

BBC World Service

05:08 min | 3 years ago

WhatsApp Has a New Plan for Fighting Its Lethal Fake News Problem

"In the ruling party selection of. Candidates for the parliamentary election the messaging service Watson has, announced restrictions on its service in India to try to curb. The spread of militias rumors, false allegations on WhatsApp have leads to at least fifteen deaths from Delhi Joe Miller more than two hundred. Million Indians, are what's up and they Ford more messages to each other than us in any other country but after the rapid spread. Of false accusations and. Deceptive videos led to a series of mob lynchings WhatsApp announced that Indian uses would only be able to pass on messages to FIFA the chats the company said it would also remove the forwarding. Button that appears next photos and videos the move comes after WhatsApp was chastised. By the Indian government which ordered that it immediately contain the. Spread of hoaxes Joe Minna world news from the baby The British Prime. Minister Theresa may we'll call them the European Union to evolve it's position. On Brexit when she makes a speech today about the Irish border which remains one of the most disputed parts of the negotiations MRs may. Will stress that she could never accept a deal which treats Northern Ireland differently from the rest of, the UK according Vietnam has ordered an American man to be deported for causing public disorder during. Nationwide protests last month state media said William Gwynn who is off Vietnamese descent had admitted. To taking part in illegal activities video footage showed him being, dragged through the streets with a bleeding head wound during, Don rest dozens of people were arrested Italy's far-right interior minister Matteo Salvini says he will bring a defamation case against. The Antimafia, writer Roberto no one of his fiercest critics earlier, this week Mr. savvy no tweeted a picture of. A dead woman and a child floating in the Mediterranean Sea and, questioned how much pleasure Mr.. Salvini took from the image Search and rescue operations have posed for the night at a lake in the US state of Missouri where a. Tourist boat capsized on Thursday killing at, least eleven people five others, remain missing divers have been involved in the Sach which will resume in, the morning more now from Peter Bowes this happened in some, pretty atrocious weather about. Whether has been rolling through the midwest of, the United States for the past few hours they're having fun thing about weather warning, but two of these boats these amphibious vehicles duck boats as they're known where out on the lake they're capable of. Operating, on land as well as in water very popular, interest areas, one managed to get back to the shore but this one didn't a capsized and sank to the bottom of the lake fence latest BBC world news Welcome to hard talk on the BBC World Service with me Steven Saka my guest today has spent three and a half decades serving as a member of the, European parliament but surely even, he would concede that. These are truly extraordinary diplomatic times in the European Union for starters there's Brexit one of the club's. Biggest members is intent on leaving but can't seem to figure out how and the twenty seven remaining members are disinclined to give Prime. Minister Theresa May's government a sweetheart deal, while the bricks it challenges, remaking the EU architecture that challenge of immigration threatens to open up new, fault lines in Europe in particular popular politicians in a host, of Member States are. Demanding tough new action from the EU establishment, and if that wasn't enough another populist from across the Atlantic Ocean President Donald Trump, is threatening to undo Mine the key strategic alliance between the. US and, Europe which. Is often security and shared values for the past seven, decades Europe's cherished stability suddenly looks vulnerable and Germany for all of its economic power maybe unable to restore, it Elma Brock, who is currently. In Washington DC, joins me on the line how. Close to Britain crashing out of the European Union without any kind of. Deal do, you think we are a thing since the chickens paper we see a possibility to come to. An agreement is the executive, order could agree to but we have no, after the Veda for one year Aflaid. A proposal? By the British government which is one of the basis for the negotiations and hopefully we can. Achieve remarry results on that all gets this agreement through Windsor. Transition period of time and then negotiate. Finally of future relationship in detail I looked at, reaction from Brussels to Theresa May's white paper proposals Michelle Bonnier has, kept very quiet he simply says he's analyzing those ninety eight pages but another, senior commission official was quoted in.

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James Paxton threw the third no-hitter of 2018 -- and all three have come in different countries

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

02:19 min | 4 years ago

James Paxton threw the third no-hitter of 2018 -- and all three have come in different countries

"Because they were like thirty seven that's how the gang they just play you out i think this is interesting i'm going to steal from basketball and put it in football this to try to get into that drew brees tom brady situation we'll do that next it's interesting i made a solve football too travis espn la before i fix nfl football oh yeah okay good deal here it is good day some breaking news the third no hitter of the major league season has been successfully thrown tonight we saw sean mugniyah throw one earlier this year against the red sox for the oakland a's the dodgers of course combined on a no hitter over the weekend in mexico against the padres and right now james paxton from the seattle mariners just threw a no hitter against the blue jays just an absolutely dominating performance no hits through nine innings seven strikeouts three walks on just ninety nine pitches that on the heels of him pitching against the oakland a's a week ago where he struck out sixteen in one game so jim jim james i call him jim yeah yeah feeling it man that's amazing i don't know in record if this is a lot for this amount of time that way right months or a month and change that's a lot this is every guy throws one hundred every guy's got a wipeout second pitch and by the way all nine guys in the line they used to be i know what to say there was one of these on every team but there was a tony gwynn there was a karoo there was a guy that could his bat on over and over and over again and if i put the ball in play five times at a game one's going to drop in that makes you two hundred inter doesn't make good inner but now guys go up there five times i don't put the ball in play at all maybe once maybe twice yeah it's all the strikeouts the pitching went through the roof every pitchers trying to our every hitter is trying to hit the ball for extra bases or a home run which means you get a ton of home runs and you get a ton of pitch pitching games like this where had no hits sixteen strikeouts just a novelty what used to be anomalies that are now fairly regular.

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How many strikeouts is too many, and MLB's next big thing

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:45 min | 4 years ago

How many strikeouts is too many, and MLB's next big thing

"Does sam darnold looked like he was conceived at a frat house during rush week the tom fiddle looked like he sweats while taking a shower daddy done right that that he does sure cbs guy no is he oh yeah always loosening his tie because his stomach is upset about something and again acid commercial that's correct he's also father also says he looks like a butcher which is not clever but his true paul you're on with tim kirk sha and go ahead paul hey tom for the first time in it'll be history there will be more strikeouts than hits this month how big of a problem is that for the future of the game thanks yeah i'm a little worried about this i have been for the last five years at least and really for the last thirty years it's just too much guys i love the game i always will but too many guys are swinging as hard as they can on every pitch they're swinging the same on three os they do on to and even though the pitching today is ungodly great and i don't know how anyone ever puts it in play we have to have an adjustment from our hitters 'cause they are just way too many strikeouts we're gonna ten guys strike out forty times before we get to may and i know it's a different time and it's a different era but tony gwynn strike strikeout high was forty mattingly i mean gymnasia was thirty nine yogi berra was thirty eight and now we're going to have a dozen guys maybe strike out that many times before we get to may it's too many and that's one reason why the games last so long as we added sixteen strikeouts per game against iowa josh.

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Germany downplays boycotting World Cup

The Sean Hannity Show

01:02 min | 4 years ago

Germany downplays boycotting World Cup

"The organization for the protection or prohibition of chemical weapons says he doesn't yet know what role the watchdog will play in the investigation into the nerve agent poisoning of a former russian spy ambassador ambassador alexander shokhin said today it will certainly contribute with the independent expertise in the british investigation into the attack on sergei script ball and his daughter german chancellor angela merkel is playing down the possibility that germany could boycott the world cup in russia to show solidarity with britain over the poisoning of the russian ex by merckel says the european union's response to the attack which london blames on russia will likely be discussed at next week's meeting of the blocks leaders in brussels maryland state police say the search for a second passenger in a fatal plane crash off ocean city as ended after more than two weeks say police divers located the plane and recovered the body of twenty eight year old pilot markson of windsor mill the day after the crash the body of twenty eight year old passenger benecke measure richard robinson of gwynn oak hasn't been found forty three.

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