36 Burst results for "Heath"

Fresh update on "heath" discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

00:24 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "heath" discussed on The Vergecast

"Last one, I'm just going to tease the fact that we're working on this review. The oceanic plus app for the Apple watch ultra is now out for our scuba divers in the audience. I'm only bringing this up because what I've heard about our Apple watch ultra review video. It's gonna win an Oscar. This is the highest budget thing we do. This is a marvel movie at this point. The full $1 billion avatar stand back versus Apple watch ultra review is coming. We're going to throw it out of an airplane. I was going to say, did we do any skydiving for this one? I know that there's an attempt to crash a car. I don't know if we're actually actually happened. And now we're trying to dive with it. It's going to be stunning. We're waiting for this, but that review is coming. And we'll see. We'll see if the little sea of the dive button does everything that we ever hoped it would do. V and Becca have been working really hard on it. It sounds like it's going to be a lot of fun. Yeah, I mean, again, we've just been every time I hear about it. I'm like, huh, that's a new problem that we have to do. We need 2003 Ford Fiat that we can just destroy. Does anyone have an oxygen tank? Who scuba certified? The company can sign this insurance waiver. And I'm like, I don't think any of them are going to do that, actually. We might have to hire a new lawyer and lie to them. Yeah, just pulling you on and have them self certified. That's great. Last thing, this is a very funny headline. Canoe has repurposed its electric pickup truck for the army. I encourage you to go look at the canoe pickup truck. It's adorable. And then try to imagine this thing as a weapon of war. It's very good. This is a very good idea fully. That's it. That's the first cast. We'll be back, we've got grand plans, and David's absence. He was the one who really kept this thing on the rails. And as you can tell, even with two hours notice, it's already going sideways, but tweeted him talking congratulations. You can tweet at us. I met reckless. Alex is Alex H kranz, heath is Alex E heath. Very confusing you two. You both we like to use our middle names. Good job. We'll be back on Wednesday, actually this is the last episode, David did before. It took off. David and Alex are going to talk about 15 years of the Kindle. Yeah. Russell Brandon is going to join us. He did a big project with consumer reports mapping out broadband. That's really cool. The last thing we're working on our end of year wrap ups, call into our hotline, 8 6 6 verge 11, 866-837-4311. Tell us who you think your winners and losers of 2022 are. Here's a challenge show. You can't pick meta for either one. Oh, that's rough. Yeah, it's tough. Can you put Elon? The people are gonna call, all right? Let the people speak. Call the number 8 6 6 verge one one 8 6 6 8 three 7 four three one one. Winners

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A Fabricated Plot

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:57 min | Last month

A Fabricated Plot

"I'm talking about Chris heats article in esquire that is about the Whitmer kidnapping this is a very eye opening article. It's called the militia men the governor and the kidnapping that wasn't. Even the title is really good because this was a kidnapping that never actually happened. Now at one critical point in the trial, Chris heat says the government is putting on this evidence and they're showing that these guys, you know, they were, they weren't just talking about kidnapping, they were, they conducted a nighttime reconnaissance on governor Whitmer's Elk rapids vacation home. So they were kind of call it casing the joint because they were looking, they were doing a sort of rehearsal. And so this truck with 5 people, it was such a Chevy Silverado was now approaching Whitmer's Elk rapids vacation home. And then Chris heat goes, but I began to then look at who's in the truck. And he says, of the 5 people, there was Fox and craft two of the defendants, they happened to be sitting in the backseat. Craft is in the middle next to a man who has it turns out as an FBI informant. That's FBI informant number one. The truck is being driven by the owner, a guy named Dan Chappell. Dan Chappell is also an FBI informant. In fact, he's the guy who suggested the trip. And sitting next to Dan chapel is another man who is not only an FBI informant, but an FBI agent. So you got 5 guys in the truck three of them are either FBI informants or FBI agents. And so Chris heath is like, what kind of a reconnaissance is this? In which the majority of participants are, in fact, FBI agents are informants.

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How the Governor Whitmer Kidnapping Plot Was Fabricated by the FBI

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

04:14 min | Last month

How the Governor Whitmer Kidnapping Plot Was Fabricated by the FBI

"Evidently, Chris heath has convinced esquire to run a massively long article. In fact, it's 95 pages as I printed it out. Like I printed out on both sides to save paper. It's so long. And so detailed, and it's a really good article, the surprisingly good. Why? Because it's an in depth look at the Whitmer kidnapping trial. And the writer approaches it. He's a progressive he's a leftist and he approaches it with. I came into this trial really having accepted the government's narrative. And he begins the article by laying out the government's narrative, and the government's narrative, he says, is seems to be on the face of it pretty convincing because you've got all these defendants and they evidently were part of a kidnapping plot to kidnap Whitmer. Sure, there was FBI participation, FBI infiltration, FBI informants and FBI agents, but nevertheless, maybe this was a plot that these men wanted to do anyway, and the FBI's presence was there to foil them from carrying it out. So the FBI wanted to find out what's going on and so the writer, Chris heeb says, and then you look on top of it, you see that you see that a couple of the defendants struck plea bargains, evidently confessing their participation in the plot. You see that they, that there was confiscated, a bunch 70 guns, a bunch of magazines, ammunition, scopes, silencers, various types of explosives, so this appears to be a smoking gun. These guys are obviously, they've obviously gone ahead with this plot. And then he quotes and incriminating statements that these guys several of these defendants have made. Here's a guy named Fox. I think it's Adam Fox. Snatch and grab man, grab the effing governor, just grab the BITCH because at that point we do that dude, it's over. So think of it. Here's a guy who seems to be saying, let's kidnap her. Here's another guy 'cause sorta. When the time comes, there will be no need to try and strike fear through presents the fear will be manifest through bullets. Talking about using a hail of bullets, crossed again. No another guy across wham a quick precise grab on that effing governor, and all you're gonna end up having to possibly take her out, take or take out, is her armed guard. So here's a guy talking about evidently assassinating the armed guard. And he owes Fox again. I want to have the governor hog tied laid out on a table while we pose around like we just made the world's biggest G, D drug bust bro. So this is a lot of it seems like very incriminating conversations on the part of these so called militia guys or these would be kidnappers. And so the government puts forward this case. It's a plot. It's highly insidious. These people not only talked about it, but they went ahead and acquired ammunition. They were going to do it until we busted them. And so Chris heat the writer is like, I was kind of on board. I was, I was persuaded until and this is the this is the part that so few people go down. Chris heat goes until I actually began to look more closely and began to look into the lives of these defendants. And here is where the article becomes really interesting because Chris heath goes into this and he says first I was looking for the connective tissue that he goes there was a lot there was a barrage of quotes and detailed thrown out in the case, but he goes what I was looking for was when these men kind of came together. These accused conspirators and said, together, let's go kidnap the governor. And he goes, I never saw that. That connective tissue was not present. And so he goes, I kept looking for it. I kept looking for it. And he goes and then he hit me. There's no connective tissue. The connective tissue is the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

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Kentucky man who shot classmates in '97 imprisoned for life

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Kentucky man who shot classmates in '97 imprisoned for life

"A Kentucky man convicted of a deadly 1997 school shooting will have to spend the rest of his life in prison I Norman hall Michael corneille was 14 years old when he killed three classmates and wounded 5 others at a school in heath Kentucky just outside paducah the victims had been in a prayer circle and a lobby now 39 corneal asked last week that he would be allowed to live with his parents and continue his mental health treatment but voting unanimously Miss lathan how do you vote Surveillance Mister helby how do you vote The parole board said no Your crime involved a weapon You had lives taken and the seriousness again It is the decision of the parole board today to allow you to serve out the remainder of your sentence Thank you sir Corneal will have no other opportunity for parole I Norman hall

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Veterans 'burn pits' bill marks a personal victory for Biden

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 4 months ago

Veterans 'burn pits' bill marks a personal victory for Biden

"President Biden has signed what he calls a personal Bill expanding federal healthcare services for veterans who served in places where it toxic smoke billowed from burn pits I was going to get this done come hell or high water The bill is named after sergeant first class heath Robinson who died of cancer two years ago A soldier is strong as an ox physically and mentally The ultimate cuddler and protector to our sweet little girl brielle After Danielle Robinson introduced him the president spoke directly to brielle I know you miss your daddy but he's with you all the time And pointed to the seat next to hers That's my grandson His daddy lost to the same burn pits And he knows what you're going through It was the most directly the president's publicly made between the burn pits and his son Bose fatal brain cancer After serving in Iraq Sagar Meghani Washington

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Senate passes aid for veterans harmed by burn pits

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Senate passes aid for veterans harmed by burn pits

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the Senate approves a bill to aid veterans exposed to toxic burn pits They celebrated outside the U.S. capitol Tuesday night The Senate overwhelmingly approved legislation enhancing healthcare and disability benefits for the millions of veterans who were exposed to toxic burn pits Senator John tester of Montana chairs the veterans affairs committee I just want to tell you that there's a lot of times it doesn't feel good in the United States Senate It feels good right now A stalwart of the fight was Rosie Torres whose husband army captain Leroy Torres was one of those exposed to toxic fumes during service in Iraq We did it for all of the fallen that are not here This is for Wesley black This is for heath Robinson This

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Whoopi Goldberg's Apology to Turning Point USA Was Weak

The Officer Tatum Show

01:42 min | 4 months ago

Whoopi Goldberg's Apology to Turning Point USA Was Weak

"Wrote a clip of Whoopi Goldberg having to apologize to turning point USA for literally making a lie in which she should have been sued over, wrote a clip. Welcome back. And Monday conversation about turning point USA. I put the young people at the conference in the same category as the protesters outside. And I don't like it when people make assumptions about me. And it's not any better when I make assumptions about other people, which I did. So my bad, I'm sorry. Okay, so the state of the U.S. State Department is oh, no, no. No, no, no, no. You little, you little nappy head. Sesame Street character. You can't just say that because somebody wrote a script. Listen, this is what makes me mad about people. That's why I don't have respect for a lot of people. You don't read an apology, you give a heartfelt apology because you were wrong. You don't get to say, well, hey, I don't like when people do me this way, so my bad. No it's not your bad. You completely lied and potentially put people in harm's way, financially, morally. I mean, just think about this. If you had classmates that knew that you went to a TPUSA event, and they had, they were under the impression that it's a fair and balanced event. And then they hear back that there was neo Nazis and white supremacists there. And then you began to have conflict with people around you, your friends and family, because some fool on the view with heath with hot flashes is lying on you. And then she gives some weak apology.

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Matthew McConaughey's Wild Hair Story

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:19 min | 9 months ago

Matthew McConaughey's Wild Hair Story

"One area that receded a long time ago was Matthew McConaughey's hairline. And if you look now, it's completely back. It's all back. I'm talking about a straight hairline in the front, like that could have been drawn better with a marker. He looks fantastic. His main is his manly as it ever was when he came up the ranks. It was one of the reasons why I thought this guy can't be a romantic comedy guy. His hair is he had like the Heath Ledger. Heath Ledger had a hair had a hair set that you knew eventually was gonna go. And he thought if you shave it and he was in like his late 20s when it started to go on him. And you thought, well, if there's anything that will hold him back, not to say hair is that important. You go, okay, he flex is gonna have a hair issue. I have a hair issue. Fuck everybody knows that. I shave mine off a couple of years ago because I got tired of looking down so thin on top. And in every man, every man grows a bolt on every man. Let's say let's say he's 75% of men in their 50s grow a bowl spot in the back of their head. It's natural. But since very few of us see pictures of us from behind, when you finally do eagle wait, wait, that's what my hand looks like from behind? Holy shit, I gotta shave this off. And that's what I did. I'm a Connie. He's hairstyle getting back to him. It just got better and better, and it's thicker than usual.

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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Luck May Have Just Run Out

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:35 sec | 11 months ago

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Luck May Have Just Run Out

"Of rule breaking runs into a crisis, according to The Economist, the telegraph says Rishi sunak, who is their Chancellor of the exchequer, the smart young guy, the 41 year old, didn't show up in common just in his support the boss. The Tories will be buried if they ignore the real lessons behind Boris's fall. Alistair heath of the telegraph writes. Tory benches packed out for bloodsport as Boris Johnson reaches new heights of cringe, according to Madeline grant in the telegraph. Boris Johnson is toast, if Susan grey comes back and says anything other than he's completely innocent and that's not going to happen. Then conflicting

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"heath" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"heath" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

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Did Brittany Murphy's Relationship With Simon Monjack Kill Her?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:39 min | 1 year ago

Did Brittany Murphy's Relationship With Simon Monjack Kill Her?

"If you remember correctly, she dies in December 20th, 2009, she's 32 years old. The autopsy lists her death as an accident caused by pneumonia, anemia, and a bunch of drug intoxications. And I remember when I went to the hospital 5 years ago with a bad cough, I woke up and I said to my wife, I feel like Mike Tyson is punching my kidneys and my chest at the same time. I gotta go to the ER. I never thought of ammonia. I get there, they come back from the x-rays and shit and they go, you've got super pneumonia in your left lung. Your kidneys are failing. And I thought, oh, wow, I'm just like Heath Ledger. And they come back and go, wait, you're also anemic. And I thought, great, now I'm Brittany Murphy. Either way, I'm gonna die. They both died, so I guess this is it for me. This is curtains. I pulled through. But Brittany dies, 5 months later, Simon monjack dies at 40 years old in the same room as Murphy did. And with all of the exact same cause of death, acute pneumonia and severe anemia. Now Brittany was on a period, okay? Simon wasn't. So what's with the anemia thing? They don't really get into that. But it's a big stunning coincidence, and it's been hanging over their deaths. This big mystery has been hanging over their debts for a long time, and a lot of people say that maybe they were murdered. And the film kind of considers these theories, but also it uses a lot of its time to examine the toxic and ultimately lethal ramifications of Murphy, meaning Simon monjack, because that's when she really began to die. I hate to say it like that, but that's

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"heath" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"heath" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

"You gloves on. Could we fight. I could see you guys fighting the caller daddy girls original cast Original original cast. We could win because we we want that sixty million dollar because if you guys want or even if you're going against them you'd get that cloud that caller daddy fan base. I'll think about how much money would make from seeing them two together again. Okay idea that was smart or we could talk team and we just off of us. We'd go against the tmz baby. Let's fucking battle donald the podcast entity. Cody noel yeah. That'd be good fight. Who'd you go for cody or noel. Beat my ass. I i feel like i have a chance for some reason. Quick and like. I'd probably go for gopher tony i would also like diving crazy. Great circle to duke or something crazy else kind of got that like the edge to him. He's like low key bad boy. We're talking about fighting though. What is it yes. That's how it could be the short haircut. I don't know anybody with like a short haircut. I just feel like they're just like if you had long hair i'd be like i'd go for normal said tim. Gee that's way better. I think i think the four of us could make a lot of money if there was like an actual fight with really. Oh yeah i think we could get set it up one hundred million. Is that what you want. That's answered everything are fucking. The press conference would be bears. Yeah i'd everyone's like yeah we know this is. That's probably why we would make any money because everyone knows nobody tune in if we were actually fighting but they've probably wait for it to be on talk or something like this highly caps on twitter. Do they set it up like you beat them. And it's like you beat cody co and they play it as like the guy who does sweet treat dessert review zanu bad. Just stand a chance. Yeah it'd be a fair fight. Yeah well with that with that on that note. Thank you guys. So much for watching. Pretty basic. don't forget to subscribe to zane. and heath unfiltered. Shot yourselves out. What else do we have to plug you. Just follow both of us on my instagram and twitter. Handle holdaway post wants. A monster. Was ads aimed at heathrow on everything. And and we have a podcast. Zana heat unfiltered. She's pointing at me. 'cause i forget my oh i'm looking at the people up here that one. That's not even you and we also have a podcast ethan filter. You could check us how we post every mondays. Audio version and video. Version dot com. He channel yes also forget. We do video format of pretty basic. Now you've dot com pretty basic podcast. Keep listening to us on podcast or spotify wherever you listen to your podcast and we'll catch you next time. Bye very good has good like i'm jumbling. Over my words you can find this. Youtube dot com filtered thank you..

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"heath" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"heath" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

"A lamborghini a weight. Those are like four hundred k now. No okay like try. A hundred million back at you know lamborghini. You're it's like a he good deal so you got me. Got me for like thirty to thirty to forty. That goes to the dealership and everything he does does it for. Can i hit you up to mind. I literally will like there'll be like pay me one hundred thousand two hundred thousand like i pay like. I can't negotiate. yeah no. I love buying cars. He's the best deals on cars because he like he manipulates them. You'll make him. We don't take no shit yeah. I know it's crazy. No he's actually gets into the brain and they're just like yeah here you go in there like weight and you're like nope then. He said have a company where he buys cars for people. But like i would love to have like a. He has to do everything though like he he would have to be. You can't skill brokers like go get you a car and then they take a commission But so much work. Yeah what are you guys. Have a range rover sport very good. Hsen no i think the regular one is that it is that what is that. A thing is a big or small smaller. There's a range rover. The range rover sport is a little bit more compact. Have still like a full size. Suv my thing does break down. All the time my info attainment talk all the time. I got an aston martin lamborghini who you ever asked him more in. But you don't know what yours is. Did you want the suv. Guess the one that they will. I know the suv just came out. And you probably didn't get that one because it's very difficult l. is sent. You think i couldn't get it their asked. I've seen one okay. I could have it. But i don't have it. Yeah they're very difficult. I think you probably have give avantage. Who good guess or you know a lot about cars. A db eleven. Tv eleven volante. Nice yes maybe elevens or sexiest. They're awesome ideal. I am like you know the humble myself a little bit crazy car problem. Yeah we should treat cards for cars for video. What's the most you've gotten paid from brand deal. Yeah me too. Everyone's going to be good. They're not answering. Anything answered a lie. I really wanted to shot. You want us to drink. say it. i don't care you sean. You just wanted to. Oh yeah. I just wanna say how much i get like. We drive a fucking quarter-million. That's because i know how to save my money bargain deal. That's the thing like stupid with money. Because i buy cars but i buy cars at a really good price appreciate so i'm not gonna like buy something stupid like somebody's in their car right now. Listening to the podcast in their range rover no but then like like his car. He got it for a good price and he could sell it for more than that right now. Oh so you bought after driving it. But i but i like i could I could sell it for as much as what i got it for. No you can get over. Go get more used. Ones are going for like three hundred chips chips. There's a car shortages. A car chip shortages assorted shortage. Loves would you ever do a sponsored engagement. Oh no absolutely. Mike god it because i have my opinions on it. She has her opinions on. Undressing your engagement. That's about the someone reach out feel free. I wouldn't mind for a brand to take care of a wedding. The girls wearing a certain dressed like that she likes and afterwards afterwards like something. That's like a sponsored like wedding or something like that but if like oh man guy that makes me feel weird like the your person's gonna feel uncomfortable like oh you got this brand deal so that like co worst you into wanting to propose and there's just a weird thing like did you do it because you really wanted to or did you do it because you got like a discount on a real. Is this ring or did your case julie by yeah no family logs or things like that. I feel like a lot of times. I like oh did you do this. Whatever big whether it's a proposal or something that's like for the vlogger for me. And i feel like that's like the ultimate your world is so weird and i feel bad for i mean i'm not like specifically named anybody. I'm just saying kids that are being raised like that. It's it can be really scary. That can really confuse them throughout their childhood. Like what's wrong. What's what's staged. And i don't know i feel like we've been pretty good with separating are real life like shit that we film like when when there's a birthday or like having a mental switch or we i mean there's just no cameras. Were not like doing it for saving. It's a weird unspoken thing. Yeah also also the filming the proposal thing like i. I don't think like if i wasn't in my situation i would want it filmed But knowing like where. I am now in everything i do is filmed. I don't want. I want that moment with mariah i like i like yeah right and just like what about films but not to post filmed for you. You don't even made you look back. Maybe if somebody did that to film for us to like look back you see. I'm about to ruin it for you because i would fill me but i would literally just do it on my phone really quick so i would probably like set my phone somewhere just for myself change. Because you know who's going to appreciate the most the girl you think god he filmed it. Because i'm gonna wanna watch this five lacking feel like a lot of those engagement videos started where they were real live reactions that they uploaded on youtube and then obviously wants became such a thing and like an aesthetic. Now it's like. Oh let's act a certain way i think it all it all depends on the relationship too because like maybe maybe the girl does want it everything and like four people to see because people like to share their lives. Okay good to no sponsor proposals coming from you guys. May i don't think i would like that either. Think about it. That's something like as a man you wanna be able to be like. I saved up. I worked for this. And i. I got my girl like you know this beautiful ring and like i did that. Yeah and you want them. It's supposed to feel special. No i'm just you know. Ever since we've been like guys suck and i'm like there are guys who still wanna buy a ring and be like yes i bought like. That's that's amazing. Wow what does it feel guys.

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"heath" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"heath" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

"Guy pal. You're not remember the plot litter red and blue platform gucci where they covered in crystals sparkley. Louis partly versus stupid. Did he didn't even look look like an idiot. I was sharing like you look at the salon firms. You walk and you break your ankle like there's no point to them also they stand out so much so every all your friends know when you've worn it like yesterday so you can't just like always you know what i mean it's like you're wearing your one gucci jack again. It's kind of a banana on it. Oh was this just like this works her like did you. It was a nice. It was like a denim. I was track track jack. No it's like a denim jacket. It's nice caller. Like i'd like it better if all the patches. We're off of it playing denim jacket. I'm checking car. Heart to those furry furry slips slips rocking those are nice the meal emeals with the for from it looks like a furby and then they like the hair comes all the way out of it. Yeah like shoebox. Kind of like slighted. Yeah todd hasn't it looks at it really nice on christmas morning when you wear that shit with. What's your worst rest. Oh worst purchase. Probably i also have a gucci shirt that i've worn literally wants seven hundred dollars and i fully regret that because sold for like three hundred. We could sell it. Oh another dumb purchase. i. I'm actually wearing it right now. I i stopped for like a couple years because i was like embarrass The the cardiac now this one but the thing is i went there and once again everything i've ever done has been blacked out like every tattoo every piece of jewelry any like nice thing ever bought. You went into cardiac blocked out blocked. Oh my god and don't show up blackout. Yeah just get a buzz. But i liked by the nail and then i didn't know how much like the big one was. Oh my god and then they're like oh we came out with this one and it's the it's literally like flexi so people don't even think it's real but it is and it's it's not the lock one. I like the rolex though builds stuff. I don't spend a lot on that. Can i ask how much this i think. It was like thirty seven hundred. But that's a good price compared to the anyway and then i was like okay. I didn't know if i wanted to like by the big one yet. And i was like fuck it. I'll just get this but it also feels like it feels like a girl your version of the i wear like it gets caught on everything. Yeah the q. Literally bitching about thank. God no watches. No lose it. That's why i said. I just don't have it on that. Yeah i get that stupid. I to like. I dunno claustrophobic. Claustrophobic looks the platform gucci. Shoes when it comes to like clothing shoe material not realistic. You also went through three cars and a weak way way isaak. I lost money doing that. I just didn't know what i want. I got tesla. I returned it the next day out day. Six day like you buy and you guys drive them right do that. I hated get the big one. Just the model us or the and then what you get now. well then. He was a range rover. And i went to a bridge over and i i. I don't know why did i why did i. I don't i don't think you like the infotainment. the what infotainment infotainment the infotainment centre. Oh yeah i kept on shutting down on me and the speakers were broken. Yeah so you end up with now. I know it's a stupid purchase because so fucking expensive. I was thinking about actually selling and going back to just a fucking normal car. Because do you wanna know wanna buy. It is like a like a yard. So i was like your car. I don't even. It's like an.

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"heath" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"heath" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

"Oh i know what my dumbest purchase was i for my twenty second birthday. Which honestly wasn't like it's not a monumental of a birthday party on a yacht for like hundreds of people who do have no. I spent poorly. And i spent fifteen thousand dollars on a birthday party and a bunch of people were there that i don't even really like. No no no no. She didn't live and make us post about like you. Should put hashtag use these Make a business deal out of it you know. Wait for for for the boat. Like to post for the boat or wanted like grammy's birthday party like promo. If you're gonna do that. you know okay. She's just such a sweet gem. she's just like have fun. Everyone i'm like bitch. No like the hottest yacht was for like at least two hundred people. I think so. I just didn't think people. I don't really know i don't even know like so. You look to those defy anybody go from. Was it fun. It was great. I had a great time. We're very blacked-out young each other. No but i had to pay for the audit. Pay for the balloons. The food open bars. You wanna fancy birthday. You're going to have to pay for. It was fifteen thousand. That's the dumbest name ever spent money on. I think i feel like recently whenever one of us have want to have a birthday we i think we end up paying for whoever's birthday at the end up just doing this birthdays also most of the time just worrying if they're having a good time worried about the whole time and so i don't have fun myself. Which is what. I was doing on the odd. It's pretty much everyone else's birthday but yours every time you have a little birthday thing. I love attending other people's party. I don't have to pay for anna can block out and not worry about exactly. I said i want not on a yacht. Everyone was trapped stuck. I didn't like rethink about that either lawyer now looking back. I'm like oh poor. Lawyer probably hates me trapped on a yellow like a bunch of influencers. Showed there yes. She was there or girl. The dumbest thing i spent money on was a gucci jacket. Oh did you. How many times man. Well the thing is. I don't know it was right when i got my first taste of like or whatever and you know you know being in la you feel like you need to have. And i was just like. I was wasted and me. And my buddy. We went to the and he bought two jackets and i was like well. I need to get one. At least one not even. It's not even nice shit like you. Just you literally just spend because it's gucci flashy to literally i think maybe once or twice and i'm like nothing i'm embarrassed to wear it but i like i would never put it on because i don't want people don't wanna like i'm not i'm not that guy in the i you're not that guy pal. You're not remember the plot litter.

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"heath" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"heath" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

"Mouth never completed the entire better. Is it projectile or is it like. He just keeps it to himself now. It's pretty project there's debris in there. Oh okay next question was we one. Okay this is zane and heath. can you rank these podcasts. From best to worst lightweights with joe in elia views and jeff. Fm we watched and all my friends already. so i would go lightweights. Oh i agree. I think i have the most fun on lightweights lightweights jeff. Fm then views. O- know why because they're not even posting. They don't ask hasn't been doing anything. Okay jason he wants to do a podcast on or have host untold. Serra out about idea for romy since some of log squad is taken. This is mary. Kill question david. Zane and jeff can i exempt myself from this out of a shot. Okay fine no. This is not shot worthy. Oh my god right here. She things ain't could assure this should have happened when we were here on awad. Okay then i'm taking. Well if remmy is truly you truly remmy. Do i love from me. Then maybe we would be great married together. Oh i like that And then that means i have. I truly don't feel like i could kill jeff. Just you know nobody can kill. Jeff gonna kill david. I think i'm going to kill david and then have okay. Mary you There we go all right. Turn for that same three. I kill myself crazy. All those like a little birdie told me they called in and requested this question. Have this for you to get calling calling. I didn't hear a word to our mike. How you ever met anyone at a mall in florida. Oh man yes. let's go back without. Yeah wait. I'm be as this is a special request question. I used to work at brooks dome. You didn't work and make videos. It was so cute books to now. Where'd you work. I went to the airport but drive all the way out to meet up with them just to get just to give. I have a question. This is such a tangent. But i was driving to elliott last night and i thought the last would ever want to work at is an airport. Please tell me about your experience. I wasn't like i wasn't like and were. Utsa worked in the airport. I was just stationed there a lot. So odd work with light companies and they would bring employees vacation and it'd be station at the airport like getting them in from their flights. And then we'd all hop in like a shot also go to the hotel but that was like my main places to work. Was hotels airports dotted attack. Really good job. It was so easy. And i got really well to well. What's your title airport. Guy in greeter travel directing it then.

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"heath" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"heath" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

"It was a lot especially when music videos. Maybe maybe j. lo. When i was younger block was dirty. There's one there's one person every time she pops up in my explore or anywhere. I'm just like ashton is so lucky meal kunas just i feel perfect everytime she pops up in my google search pa targeted sue green. She always has since young to now like age. It's crazy de love her. How old is she now. Like forty 'cause he's playing isn't it where to see people playing parents now from when we watched them they were like kids. She's a mom now so like forty. I was crying because he's a mom doesn't work could be a step done. Hopefully we are now gonna play truth or drink. I choose drink. Just have you guys played truth or drink before i could of guess what this to the audience. Who doesn't know we are going to be asked questions. And if we choose to not answer then we must take a shot or you can tell the truth. Yeah okay very simple. I hope these are hard headers. They got some good ones. I think was also we're gonna have. Tk asking the questions so here. We go all right first question. This is for everyone who has been your least favorite podcast guest who i have the t- the tina just down day. Wow least favorite. Always just you can answer but if you drink the podcast can be different for each. But yes i mean. It's so tough because like everybody's is so great and there he knows we have one sugarcoated one. But you just don't want to say it. of course there's collectively the same person there. Have you spoken about this. I don't know i think we have. Yeah there was just like rough. So is it the conversation. Was it like just awkward. Well i mean just doing this in general is so awkward like especially when you come on a show like not knowing what to expect and some people take it differently than others. Some people were kind of like. I don't wanna say intimidated. But it's got a flyswatter. Got some flies on south. We've we've have yeah. I just can't stop looking at it. We do have a flyswatter. Do we really. oh yes. let's let's get that big dog. Getting names pretty good. Let's promote this murder. Live even even your flyswatter gorgeous. Three hundred bucks. It tells us a tennis racket was on. The light is on the press a button just want play it Okay this is my first time seeing this now guys if you're not watching the video on youtube because this is intense i'll get to window below..

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"heath" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"heath" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

"Love seeing how other people run their show just makes me feel a little embarrassed. I have like a little notebook. I'm like okay flat. Before the fucking martin are margaret. We have to like pull it out and everybody can see it. Yeah we airdrop videos or yeah. This is always show everybody video. We don't just come up with a different brand but he is going back to previous day heath from zenit wh- either way. Thank you so much for being here. Thank you appreciate it goes having us. Oh my god. This is so exciting us. I feel like i feel. Like i'm the zane to your. Heath you agree. Oh i feel like we'll find out by the end of that. I think so. I think what are what are some of your black too often Halfway there yeah exactly. I think that's pretty much. Our personalities wasn't like oh. I've been there i feel with. This is our first time meeting ever. So we do some icebreakers with our guest I'm assuming you haven't listened to pretty basic which is totally fine. Because we're not really the demo. I get it. Oh a little bit. I watched like washington and a half but still it's research i watched. I watched the episode. Where you guys did this room. Because i i was like because we were trying to always thinking new ways so once again just jealous of other people exactly can never have what we have and i saw it was just like oh my god that looks incredible and then and then i watch like a little bit from the sega. Obviously you subscribed. We know and left a review. Thank you very important guys. Make sure if. I started this on apple podcasts. Okay so let's start off with our questions. Okay we are going to start off with a little Hotseat if that's okay chopin right. You know it's not too bad. Promise you drink yet for us. This is no. This is really not that bad yet. We promised so. We often ask our guests. What is your favorite drink. This is easy alcoholic or not whatever. It is macaroni. Yeah a beer. No it's a it's a mixed drink. It's like a cocktail so it's jin sweet. Vermouth and campari only guy thing right acted like i knew what it was. That sounds amazing. Yes it's like super bitter flowery. But i drink really fast. Like if i'm out. I'll knock back like six tequila drinks and i'm just like i can't do that so i'll take the one in just like kind of like hey. Classy started to like on the rocks or something a little bit of lives down to quit. I can't. I can't get because it's disgusting so i have to kinda just like sip it. We can't do auto service auto services bad club. Yeah you just feel like you have to. It's they're see like have it in your hand and those are the worst night. I we make sure that we never put money but we would never get table or get a bottle. It's crazy we may we george drinking before we show up to. Yeah exactly known. Every time we every time we leave them like who covered that that got fifteen thousand dollars. I don't think promoters are paying for those people's right so imagine one time i showed up to. I think it was hakkas on her. I was omnia like so drunk. And i was like. I'm going to get a table. So i walk over to promote. Hey can i get a table there. Like it's going to be like eight hundred singing. And i went right back to the general and i just said there and i never went back. Is that people are paying for those tables though. Like there's always somebody buying tabling rich man. I got do those little sneak. We always sneak.

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How Canada and the Western World Failed Afghanistan

The Big Story

02:17 min | 1 year ago

How Canada and the Western World Failed Afghanistan

"I'm jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Stephen save holds the patterson chair and international affairs at carleton university. Among the books he's written is adapting in the dust. Lessons learned from canada's war in afghanistan. And he also co hosts a podcast about canada's national security called the battle rhythm hasty. Hello i'm doing all right like many canadians. I kind of spent the weekend. seeing progressively more and more disturbing images coming out of afghanistan especially kabul and. I'm i'm wondering if you could maybe describe what we're actually seeing and hearing about in afghanistan right now. Well it's the collapse of the government that we've been trying to build for the past twenty years The taliban were kicked out of the country by american forces and then in two thousand and two There developed a un effort that became a nato effort called isaf the international security assistance force along with a variety of other international partners to try to build a self sustaining afghan government. And then two thousand fourteen. Nato largely pulled out three years. After canada pulled out of combat and for the past seven years there was a nato effort to train the afghan army and last year. Donald trump Negotiated deal the taliban that would vote the remaining few americans that were left in afghanistan out before this summer there about two thousand five hundred americans soldiers mostly doing training and doing coordination type stuff and So that was Trump's decision last year and then when it became president there was a question about whether he would live by the deal which had a deadline of may fifth at all. Americans are supposed to be out by may fifth and the by racial thought. That would be too fast. That that we would be able to get our stuff in our people out in his In his mind and so they sent the data september eleventh and over the course of the summer The taliban made a series of deals with a variety of actors within afghanistan that led to the collapse of the afghan national army forces that were guarding a variety of places around the country until the only thing that was left was couple which fell this weekend.

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How the IPCC Report Is About More Than Just Climate Change

The Big Story

01:51 min | 1 year ago

How the IPCC Report Is About More Than Just Climate Change

"I'm fatma fitting in for jordan heath. rawlings this is the big story. Brick smith is the president of the canadian institute for climate choice. Herrick thanks for being here. It's pleasure so what was your first reaction when you read the report while i mean. Let's let's just acknowledge that this thing is massive minutes thousands of pages. Hundreds of scientists around the world have been working on this thing for the last many months of fourteen. Thousand studies were incorporated and summarized and synthesized in this reports enormous amount of information. This is the most significant update to what we know about climate in in many years over half a decade. There's a lot of stuff now does not surprising me for anybody. That's been keeping track of climate change science and the the notion that warming is getting is happening more quickly than expected. would not be news. I think one of the more significant aspects of the report is the unequivocal linkage. Based on the best available science that recent extreme weather events are being driven by climate change in the idc has never been that explicit before. And of course there's this whole new discipline called attribution science that's That's quite new. This new kind of science is makes it possible for us to say yeah. This particular heatwave is being driven by climate change that is a. That's a very new Development in the climate change debate. And i think very powerful because long story short what this report does is. It brings climate change home for people. Climate change is a health concern.

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How to Talk About the End of the World

The Big Story

01:29 min | 1 year ago

How to Talk About the End of the World

"In for jordan heath. rawlings this is the big story. alex steffen award winning environmental writer and climate futurist. Who has spent the last thirty years or so exploring the growing planetary crisis and what lies ahead for humanity. His newsletter is called the snap forward which is also the title of his forthcoming book. He joins us from the san francisco. Bay area hey. Alex thanks for being here so this this may sound like a very basic question to start but in light of everything that's happening in the world pertaining to the climate crisis. How are you doing. are you coping. Okay how has news been hitting you lately. Well i mean there's so there's a there's upside downside for having covered the apocalypse speed for thirty years you know The downside is i've covered the apocalypse. Beat for thirty years. The upside is that. I have you know a little bit of a harder skin. Perhaps than some. But i've also learned to set of skills for coping with the bad news and the farther i go into understanding. What's going on around us now. Actually the more enthusiastic and optimistic. I i i feel. I think there are lots of reasons to feel like the best is yet potentially to come right. It's not too late and the best future. We can still win is better than what we have now. So it's a mixed bag. I guess you know are alternating between apocalyptic despair and enthusiasm for the new. I'm excited for

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Can Toronto Police Itself out of a Homelessness Crisis?

The Big Story

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Can Toronto Police Itself out of a Homelessness Crisis?

"Jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Leilani fara is a former un special reporter on the right to housing. She is currently the global director of the shift which is a movement to secure the right to housing. So the perfect person to talk about what's going on in toronto recently. Hello alani hi there. Thank you for taking the time. Maybe we could just start for people outside of toronto and people who haven't been following it. Tell me about how the city has been handling encampments of an housed people that have formerly at least existed in parks across the city. Yes so with. The pandemic came actually a significant increase in the number of people living in parks across the city of toronto actually across canada. But we're talking about toronto. So i'll keep. I'll keep my comments there. And there are a number of reasons for that but one of them was of course the downsizing of shelters because of the social distancing rules that were part of the prescription to Try to curb the pandemic and so you know. Big shelters became smaller shelters. So let's say there were thirty beds. It might have gone down to fifteen beds. Hundred beds might have gone down to thirty beds and with nowhere to go. A lot of people ended up in parks. There are other reasons as well. As the pandemic ruled on it became increasingly clear that congregate or you know settings where a lot of people reside were becoming Hotbeds of Spread of covert and so a lot of people. Were thinking wait. I think i'm better off even though as really tough living. It's actually some of the living in parks. I actually might survive in a park. Whereas i may not in a shelter and of course we all know. Shelters are really hard places to live at the best of times so so toronto. The city of toronto saw this steep increase in the number of people living in parks and many parks park cats and bigger parks across the city.

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Will We Still Use Masks When All the Mandates Expire?

The Big Story

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Will We Still Use Masks When All the Mandates Expire?

"Jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Dr mitsukoshi hori is a professor of schumann university in japan. He's currently working at its overseas campus chaucer college and canterbury in the uk. He has a phd in sociology and has studied the history of mask wearing in japan. Hello professor horry. Hello hi before. We talk about eastern versus western views on the practice of mask-wearing. Maybe you could just go way back and explain. When did public mask wearing for health reasons originate. Yes three shows. It's only tonight's in the west. The practice of muscle building was by the carey out in the especially medical institutions across the west also in japan. I think the musk willing was popularized during the spanish flu onto make then i think public. Musk willing encouraged in the west Both in europe on the north america in the case was a ban it was introduced to the japanese authorities during the time at the practice commodity carried out in the in the west. Then his authority impetus Japan so that was kind of the footage of mosque wearing and after that pandemic past. Where did the practice remain in. Where did it vanish. It remained in japan. But somehow it's disappeared in north america and europe and i stood on though why disappears. So that's the kind of you know the big mystery. Probably we need further research on will and that's

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The Great Seed Panic of 2020

The Experiment

01:17 min | 1 year ago

The Great Seed Panic of 2020

"Just start from the very very beginning like set me in time Where should we start law. Summer people might be aware there. A story that bubbled in the media for a couple of weeks in the summer of twenty twenty writer. Chris heath noticed a strange national news story. It has been happening all across the nation including right here in our area is in most people's newspapers and it was on tv all over the place. What's behind this rather odd phenomenon. People across the country are getting unsolicited packages. Listen to this new idea where it came from. I didn't order it. People have been receiving mysterious packages that they did not order people. All over america started receiving. These completely baffling packages. They appear to have chinese writing on some of them. Seen here from the tampa bay times are usually marked with chinese characters and incite were packets of c- seen called mystery seeds and they have appeared in mailboxes and more than two dozen states. Usda has now put a warning saying not to open these packages or even planting the seeds. There's nothing on the package. Seemed to explain what the seats were redressed to the people who received them as far as they were concerned they had no idea why they were being sending

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"heath" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"heath" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"Kind of kalki tiny get upset when my kids like dad. We don't do that anymore. We don't play video games like well. I got my twelve year old. Exactly yeah now you. That's a great way to keep keep involved. What your kids. That's a great thing how you know i heard you talking about the all star game. Yeah did you see those. I looked at them. There isn't that horrendous. They remind me of heath. i don't know if you remember a couple years back. These features uniform south channel yet. Yeah how teams would look in the future and they they kind of had the the The up and down diagonals team names and and it was absolutely hideous. And that's what these are. Yeah they they really are now. I will say this. I like the uniform not bad. The hats year. The uniform is ugly. And you're going to see every guy in that. Like i said when i was a kid used to like seeing the washington senators. The minnesota twins the oakland a.'s. See everybody out there. It was colorful and Enjoyable but the putting these guys in this is horrible. Why why can't we just have an all star game. Where like old school. So it's like you're wearing your your your team's uniform but the original like old school uniform right way back when that would be kind of like we're going back in the day all all star game or something. See those uniform. I love when a team. Where's the throwbacks like when the atlanta braves where the old hank aaron style uniforms. You know something like that I i really enjoy that. The the old like softball the dark or the blue shirts with the white pants for the atlanta braves. But these are gonna look horrible and then what about the home run derby. What do you think of that. I i actually haven't. How are you going to the home. Run derby this year. I don't know but they'll find a way. I don't like looking at the rules anymore until the home run derby because they just be invent the wheel and already one. Yeah no i. I just i don't get it. I really don't now. You played independent ball Heath and in an independent league up here is the atlantic and they have the robo umpires and you should have seen the other day that they punched this guy out. The ball was about a foot off the plate and the umpire called him out. Struck him out and The robo i. I have no idea. These changes in the game today. The seventeenth doubleheader. I just spoke to. Larry bowa about that. Kinda stuff and those those changes that manfred instituting in our great game. That are not for the good i just. I don't understand what an effort what he doing to. The game is really ruining the game right. You believe i. What is he just trying to do things to basically go. Look what. I did really really anything. No i don't think because they are Okay with it. Yeah yes young yes people or they actually say like these things and they don't care about what actually the people want. Did he come from his. He is he was he a fan before this or you know. Did he come from corporate. I don't understand the lawyer. Well most of them are but still you should have some sense of game in the history of it and What goes on in a historian. You really cool to have somebody that was real passionate about baseball. Yeah actually run major league baseball. I really do think it would be really. It'd be really cool because then you people. The young people would know the history the past and not. Just try to you know. Like here's the thing like you said the seattle future game right. That was super bad and it looks back as one of the worst uniforms ever right. They look back at that time. Nobody ever win and tried to even design their uniform like that. You know that's how bad it was and now currently we're doing it again. Who would you say. He throughout your. Your career was your best teammate. My best teammate. Oh gosh Billy wagner my teammate. For one year. He was unbelievable. A rookie mike cameron and cliff floyd with great guys. You know through my hat first. Half of my career was there and the app. And i see them and talk to those guys all the time. in the bullpen. I would have to say doug brocail guide san diego that helped me out a lot. My first year there but You know over like my career without talking about older guys. And kind of my. Maybe my players would be nick hundley or With long he's got starting pitcher. Right where adrian gonzales. Those are probably probably my best. He makes over the long haul. Good answer well he spell. I tell you it's been a real pleasure. I thank you for taking time out of your sunday night to spend some with us up in new york. And i wish you nothing but the best thank you and hey what's up in a couple of months. I might be do a search on a blast from the past. it's in bayshore. Yeah how like that. Movie blocks from pat. But buddy. Yeah all right. He's you take care. That's he spelled folks. Well that'll do it for me tonight on sports talk new york like to thank my guest. Larry bowa and he's spell my engineer brian graves. And of course you folks for joining us. We'll see you next week. A.

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"heath" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"heath" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"Not we're speaking with heath bell tonight on sports talk new york talk about the slide in the all star game he. That's that's another memorable moment. You come in from the bullpen and the all star game that was your third consecutive all star game by the way. So you're in three of them and you did a slide in front of the pitches mad you. You broke up a bunch of grass but You did it for the fans right. Yes so i remember the fan Were kind of getting upset at players on rabin's serious about the game that mad and and that was the year that i mean back then the red sox yankees were always battling for first place. Who's going gonna win. And i think. Roy derek jeter were both heard at the time. They just came back from their injury. A couple of weeks before the all star game. God named all-star year and they said they're not sure if they're gonna go the all star game because it's all the way out in arizona and they were already you know they were at home both of them so they're on these coast and back. Then you know monday. Was the homerun derby to tuesday. Was y'all sir game wednesday you had practice in everybody's late on thursday so there really wasn't often if you went to the all star game you literally were traveling the whole time. He never got any rest. So i was fans were kind of upset whatnot and i said you know i want to bring some fun back game i got to do something and one of my kids was watching. Angels in the outfield. And if you remember that movie. That team wasn't very good. And there's a picture that would slide into the mountain walk around the mountain time. Throw the ball down or the rosin. Downs rotates all right. So i was like i'm going to slide into the mound because actually his last name was ask and we have a One of my One of the bullpen guys was anthony vast. And it just kind of it kinda hitting in had like flying right. Everybody in san diego is like do you do that. You should do that. And i was like all right well. I'm gonna keep it quiet. Because i don't want people to talk me out of it and then Both boots votes. He gives inspirational speech. Our manager that how the all star game is important because the giants wouldn't have won the world series last year. we didn't have home field advantage. I kind of thought about not doing it. But i already told public sandoval that third. I asked him. Hey i slide in you make sure you get everybody the wedding and he goes. Oh you should do it so anyway. I forgot so during the break before the game thinking. Maybe i'm not gonna do it so then if you watch it on youtube i sprint in from the outfield and when i always keep my head down. Didn't know the camera guy who's behind me. I really wish. I would've known. Because i would have probably beyond prime standard look back at. That would have been kind of fun. But i did know. He's behind me. Then i got the until dirt. And i pick my head up and sandovol and i was slowing down centerville. Because i wasn't going to do it. The center all literally get everybody out of the way like he has moved moved booth. I'm like now. I gotta do it now. So then i slid in pick out the ball from bugsy but she looked at me when i got to these guys and he walked away and molina starts laughing because San francisco had brian wilson. You know the free. Yeah and but that's what you were saying. I got you guys now. What i was doing for fun though. Good time and and you know the key part is now known as the slide guy. Now there's a good pitcher. I'm just known as pitcher. The star game the swing and it's kind of fun. It's kind of cool. Yeah he's and there you go. That's your legacy man. A lot of people ask me. Hey can come speak a little league or high school in key. Comes sliding into the mound. Sometimes they do. sometimes. I don't depends if i'm wearing pants or not. I won't side if i'm wearing shorts right now you. You don't wanna be like those old white sox uniforms can't now now now you once compared yourself to hans solo and you four star wars sneakers And then that spring training that that's another thing that got you some Some ain't there right. Yeah i'm a big powers guy grown up there wasn't a whole bunch of it out there and then My youngest son now he's Almost twelve he kind of embrace he started liking star wars when he was really young. So we kind of had that going. And then i kind of kind of the stores the jet. I guess you said kind of started coming out of me. So and i kind of we. We still do to this day. He's twelve and i'm forty four. I'm you know when you go into a grocery store. And they have the automatic doors. Sure we always walk up and before a game between us. We got to run up. And who's Who's using the fourth. I ca- yeah people so it's like no i use the because now i yeah. That's that's a great way to share something with you kid. Yeah big kid like my first all star game. I'll always remember because they were like what. What is this like. And i'm like this is. This is people that are older like us. This is going to toys r. Us in your parents saying go ahead and buy whatever you want to kids christmas morning. Just like all these. This is so cool now. You you like toys don't you. He's kasai. there's a store out here. On long island we went to the other day called. Blast from the past doc. Gooden was there signing autographs so we went over there and they they have stuff. You wouldn't believe in this story you you would probably love it. Toys from the past action figures games. I it's a haven over there. Yeah i'm just a big kid that my wife. When she says she has five children including me. Yeah i'm i'm just a big kid. I don't think i've really. I've the only time i've ever been around is when i had to plan my kids. I kept telling my kids to your homework and don't lie. So i don't you know have signed so But as my kids are getting older. Now i mean i have a twenty three year old and nineteen year old a seventeen year old and my little twelve year old I can just. I just be more of a kid again in just having fun with them and.

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"heath" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"heath" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"An undrafted free agent. And i said yeah. Yeah that's kind of started to co career and that's what happened sure. Now you spent time with the mets really shuttling between the mets. And the norfolk tides. And that's not very good situation. Well okay so you have to understand. I know if you're true. Can you kind of understand that bobby. Time at the end of his mets days. Not liking young pitchers whatsoever. We'd rather trade him or get rid of them. I won't veteran guys. Then you had art how that came in that. I thought it was a good manager. But then we went through Steve gm and jim duquette is gm. And then the owners decided to get Willie rant without Home i as a gm and alarm. And i was like. I'm going to get rid of art. How even though he has another year to on his contract. I'm gonna bring my own guy and we got willie randolph. And i was in that era of aaa right there where i was doing. Well triple eight. Bobby valentine doesn't like young guys. I'm not a prophet. Then aren't how calm and he's probably trying to figure out who you have veteran wise. Because he had a good dutch and then on Than he gets cam. I get called up the year. He gets you know. He stayed on with the team for the last month or two in the season but he knew he was gonna get canned at the end of the season and Then with randolph. Came in and willie's a good guy really. He's i've had him as a coach after my years of being him as a manager. He's a really good coach. Really good guy. But i think those years has been a manager. He just lost himself somehow and Yeah he just he would say one thing and do another it. Just it just wasn't good. And i think i was the young guy that maybe the organization wanted me up. Willie did want a puppy in there and say. Hey this is my team. I'm gonna do what i want. Not what you guys want me to do. And i think my agent told me years later he goes. I think that's really what happened with you. Where the organization awesome talent. Willie just like no. You can tell me what i'm gonna do. And i just became the song so i only a little bit of time with new york and they got shipped off san diego and i've lost and i know a lotta fan. Wish i was lost in new york and trust me. So do i cause i still root for the kind of like a die hard fan. Even then i grew up in the west coast interesting. Everybody goes indian your team right. And i go well. I still love the bet. If the method padres ever played like nationally championship. yeah. I probably would. I probably couldn't watch. Yeah it's one of those things my whole minor league career. My you know. Eight years on the met i met. We're gonna do this on to john. Franklin job. I'm going to do this and i went back west. They're like now. You're gonna take gerow. Mike we were. We were supposed to have bobby v. on the show tonight he. I don't think that yet. But he's running for mayor of stamford connecticut. Now and he's really busy. They told me so. He couldn't come on the show. But that would have something. Have you and bobby v. on the same night right probably wouldn't even know who i was. Oh gosh well. I guess like here's one of my story is howard stern. Want my name on air. Because you remember Chris anna best yes and they were talking. I forget the exact words it came in. He was like some like oh he chris will never cheat on me because if he does all sleep with the whole team i remember imagine howard goes what about. He felt she was like sure that my name on there. Oh i was just laughing. Because i knew christianise the couple of times. I met a young but they were nice but was just funny. How that happened yeah. That's a great now. You've probably didn't endear yourself to the mets Heath by rollerblading into spring training. One time. I don't think rick peterson appreciated that well. But here's the thing. rick. Peterson told me that i needed to lose weight right if i was if i was serious about being in the big league i need to lose weight. Not not be a better pitcher. Just lose weight. So what i did is i lived important lucia. At the time i roll. I played roller hockey in high school. Though i was. You know you rollerblade really well. But i wore my stars in elbow guards. Because i'm i think i'm smart guy and i used to rollerblade five miles to the complex where Jason craig nitro was our fitness guy. And i work out with him for like three hours. And then i grow the home and i did this four times four four days out of the week and then i never rollerblade industry training. But somebody asked me. Hey you lost thirty pounds off season you look great and i said yeah rollerblade just about almost every day to spring training complex and then were you know. 'cause i don't live like four or five miles away in nelson and rick. Peterson got really mad. Because i was rollerblading. Your your career this and that and didn't care anything about loss of weight or my pitching and one of the coaches told me that his his son a couple of years ago. Rollerblading and broke his arm. I'm like okay first of all. You don't know history of me. Because i played roller hockey in high school. Right out in california. I i was. I'm pretty good enrolling. So i if i grew up out new york or something or worn out there i would. I would have been you know partially a hockey player. But you know west. You didn't really have much ice. Yeah so yeah. I got yelled at for that one to win with repeaters now kind of. I never could win with him. He was like thinking man's pitching coach. He's the guy i well. We used to have a meeting. That all the veterans used to go You know it'd be like hey. We got our pitchers meeting. They go hard in off the way. Is that all rick with say every hitter. Throw hard in soft away right. And that was an i remember pedro martinez once that Can you tell me how to get them out. Not how to pitch to them. Yeah how do you get them out. And he was just recused some. Just look at them and go. Well you gotta go hard in soft away. Like how do i get them out right. Everybody hard again. It's not the way. And then literally. Tom glavin and pedro martinez and they've stopped going to meetings something. I'm a young guy going. Okay these guys. That are unbelievable pitchers. I'll the hall of famers. They don't like this guy. And i'm supposed to listen to this guy. I listen to. But i mean yeah. We're peterson.

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"heath" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"heath" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"Now back to the show. Yes we are live. We are back with sportstalk new york here on w. g. b. b. from beautiful downtown merrick long island as i said before it's great to be back on the air and spending some time again with you folks after a few weeks off already Th the mid summer classic is upon us now but wait till you see the uniforms major league. Baseball has devised for the allstars. Absolutely hideous. you can google google it and check it out for yourself. This is Rob manfred again at work with some of his tremendous ideas. It used to be great when i was a kid. the introductions the players in their different uniforms This is just something else for manfred to ruin about The great sport of baseball other than that A great sports state. Today folks wimbledon novak djokovic wins again. I believe that's his third or fourth in a row wimbledon title. so he's an immortal over there The mets of course back to their old tricks dropping a game to the lowly pirates and england italy when a game that was if you caught it. England goes down on the home pitch over there. The hallowed turf wembley stadium. Italy wins on penalty. Kicks Not much of a soccer fan. But i'll watch it on occasion and it was a pretty good game today. Let let's keep the sports memories role in the long here. Our next guest three time all star two time and rolaids relief man of the year national league saves leader in two thousand nine. It's a pleasure to welcome to the show tonight. He spell he. He's good evening. We're doing great. We're doing great and we hope you guys do the same out there now. He's you grew up in california. Who are your sports. Heroes in your favorite teams growing up You know i didn't. I didn't watch much sports on tv because one there wasn't it wasn't always on right and i used to. I mean i was outside all the time flying a plane sports so i never during the summer watching. Wgn the cubs harry carey. You know now. Seen or the atlanta braves. I always thought were really boring. The tvs but they play games. And then i'd go outside and mimic them but My my really like it was kinda like roger climate Growing up because he threw hard or was mark great because he went to local high school in california. Oh okay for like a year and then. Wgn you know you know the cubs And then i was. When i was just when i was little league for some reason for like five six years i was on the cubs so i used to think i was a cub But the one guy. I really remember watching was reggie jackson when he was on the angels and i always wanted to be ready. I always thought reggie was either. Hit a home run struck out right. I always tried to be reggie when i was growing up in really workout see. I'm a little older than you heat. So i all. I was exposed to where the local mets and yankees and then on saturdays. You had what was called the game of the week with kurt gowdy. Sandy colfax pee. Wee reese Coupla guys like that during the broadcast and it would be a game from out of town and he got to see harmon killebrew. And willie mccovey and willie mays and guys like that so that that was a real treat. But that was the most exposure that i got when i was a kid. Now your dad go ahead heath. I'm sorry i did that. Yeah you don't have the closure like you have now any no not at all not at all. These kids lucky now. Your dad was a marine and he set a good example for you didn't he. Oh yeah he was. He was a great man he was always respect. Everybody and Go about your business and one thing. I always tell my kids now. I kind of feel like my father. Now said judge people in three ways. You're in you have three three ways to judge the money. And i was like. What does that mean. He goes first time. You need somebody. You don't know if he lost his job or had a bad day or somebody got magic so Just give us some grace then. The second time you need came thing happens. Third time you're finally realized. Is that a nice person is a mean person. You like those guys. Do you not like this guy. So just Basically you know. Give it some time in your third time your reaction to something or somebody will be the best reaction because you know maybe somebody got fired that day or lost you know Their parents got mad at them or they didn't turn in their homework or they got into an accident or something. You just don't know everybody's pastor history so give everybody great good way to be excellent now. You were selected by the devil rays back in ninety seven the sixty nine year round. You didn't sign with tampa bay though. Why didn't you. I wasn't allowed to by Okay yeah they. I asked him. I said are you gonna offer me like thousand bucks or something. They said now folly drafts. Follow you guys. Remember what those are. Yeah oh boy. That's no good. I take the alvarez. They actually gave me a half or the hat around and then the next year. I didn't get drafted actually the next year. Ninety eight facilities called me up and said we're gonna we're thinking about drafting you in the twenty first round. Are you gonna sign for thousand dollars. And i said Probably not because Or wait now. I said no. This is what i told them The philly in ninety seven. sorry. Long ago i'm old now. In in ninety seven the phillies called him since second round or the we want to draft you and for thousand bucks and i said well. I'm the first one in my family to go to college. I'm i'm at community college. But and i wanted to family to finish a year of college and my dad didn't finish highschool got his ged after the marines but So school was important then They said well i. I'm going to tell the court you know that had the front office. I don't know if we're gonna. I said okay. Then the rate didn't drop me and then the race drafting sixty nine round as a draft and follow then in nineteen ninety eight the next year my sophomore year in college. Nobody called me. The rockies called the oakland called me. And i said i don't care what you guys give me. I will sign and nobody drafted me. So then i called Bob minor scouts in the mets. Because i just had a good relationship i said. Why didn't they get drafted this man. He just gave me some generic london and then he ended up calling me a couple of weeks later when i was in alaska plane during the summer league in cleveland ball and said we didn't drop players. Do you wanna come play as.

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"heath" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"heath" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"Fan. Hey maybe we should revert back to this a little bit. Sure can't can't hurt. that's for sure. Now you're assistant to the gm down there in philadelphia. Larry what what keeps you busy during the day. Well i it when we're at home go to all our home games and I look at our aa reading and aaa lehigh valley this tomorrow. I'm going down to watch or clearwater team and then we are lakewood team up here so i get to watch kids play if they asked me my opinion about anybody. I give my opinion other than that. I stay busy pretty much for the baseball. And i'm watching baseball almost every day whether it's a big league game or wildly game so It keeps me busy. It sure does larry sounds like it. Now you know logano hop. I liked him. Yeah he wanted to my high school and i followed his career g. Yeah a lot of energy seven goodyear year lakewood and he's got a good He's got some power He plays the game with a lot of passion. I i like him a lot. Yeah we we hope he makes makes it to the show one day. Good kid great long. Yup well larry It's been a real pleasure. I'll tell you thanks for taking time out of your sunday night to spend it with us up here in new york. I wish all the best Thanks for sharing really your your baseball life with us. I appreciate it. I don't thank you for having me and We'll see what happens. During the course of the second half that's it we'll take a breather and then Starts round two. That's what we'll do so you take it easy larry. We'll talk to you down the road. Thanks phil.

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"heath" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"heath" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"He he he was a tough guy he was he was he. He just wanted you to give effort every day. I he had. He had some goals that you can to obey and i don't see anything wrong with that. I it rather than they do whatever they want to do. What's happening in in in a minor league and everything. Now it's a different like i said it is a different game now and you just got roll with the punches and accept it or don't watch it you know. I love baseball a lot and So i i watch it even though there are some things that you don't really agree with but it's way to gain the sort of change right now you're gonna ask you a little bit about some of those changes some of them. We see on a daily basis that Kind of them but We'll tackle that in a minute You're managing career took off as a manager of the padres back. Eighty seven Did you know along. Larry that you wanted to manage. I did know along. But i you know hindsight being twenty twenty I went over my first the first year after i retired Jack mckean as they go manage aaa in the coast league. And i said yeah and we won. We won the whole thing wanted championship. And then like i said hindsight being twenty twenty. I probably wasn't ready to manage right away. I should have said but how many guys are gonna turn down big lake. Manager's job right. i probably could've stayed in the minor leagues another year to to develop that type of you know what you're supposed to do and how you approach it so you know it was. It was something that Looking back on if you could redo it probably say you know. I think i need at least another year in triple eight but you know again. Things happen for a reason but it was fun there. I had some good players here. I had some real good young players. Hit san diego crook. Tony gwynn You know there were some Some guys there Kevin macron only reynolds etiquette team. They were just really young. Forgot to ask you lower your met stays. How did you like it here with the mets shea stadium. I you know what i i like. That was just their furthermore going over there until the guy yeah and They had a chance to win. They didn't they came up a little short. But i do bill. After that. That i just didn't wanna. They asked me to come back as a utility player. And i i you know. I was used to playing every day and i just felt there was some baseball's that when you plan you think you should have got an in your mind. I don't know. And i felt that. I i got the most out of my ability. Got over two thousand hits. You know playing all star game world series. So i didn't want to just be player and i knew that i lost a step or two if i was gonna play every day so i just you know i should. I think most out of my ability. Yeah i would agree. Larry you certainly did a stellar career was is how i would term it You finally get named manager the phillies in two thousand one. You take over a club that had lost ninety seven games but You do some great things with your week. Well you know what we have to change the whole culture that you know terry francona was here before me. I look back on that. And he didn't have a very good team to be honest with you. And so basically i want him there and we tried to change the cultural bit. Maybe a little bit more demanding and making guys having a little bit more responsibility and we did all right. I think the four years every year there was we were over. Five hundred right at five. Were playoff run there But i think that had a lot to do with the transition. When he finally got to the players they wanted and and they went on to win a world series in two thousand and eight. I had a lot of those guys in between the in two thousand four. So you know you feel like you helped along the way. And then charlie came in and he did a great job and they won in two thousand eight anyone back in nine in the yankees beat him so you know i feel like you responsible for some of that action there but you know the final touches were put on charlie and you did a great job and and the phillies eventually won another world series the yes and Speaking with the great. Larry bowa tonight on sports. Talk new york. Now you come back to new york. Larry is third base coach. Joe torry with the yankees. You were there for two years. Had you enjoy that. I loved it. You know like i said that was the team. I watch when i was when i was growing up right. And there's something about putting the pinstripes on it Think all the great players play there all the world series. They weren't and i was very fortunate to play for a manager. That i have all respect in the world for joe torry And then when he got like doing went to la and he told me you know. They probably make changes in their coaching staff at new york. 'cause he left and he told me not to do anything until he find out if he was going to get that dodger job and he got it and i went over there with him so i i had a great time Coaching for joe. He's a tremendous individual. Good baseball man. He lets you do your thing and We're pretty successful. We've got playoffs years that he was there. We came up a little short but got the play offs and just like in new york in the playoffs so it was a good run to be able to go with joe. New york and la. Yeah and there's another hall of famer across the piazza of larry bowa the radio tori and let's talk a little bit about those changes in the game. Larry i mean we. We saw some here in new york. Recently the mets the mets have been playing a plethora doubleheaders. Yes the seven inning though as I can't get used to that. You have a fifth inning stretch. Larry what's the deal rob. He's he's ruining the game. I'm not in. I'm not in a lot of stuff that he's changing Baseball's a nine inning game. Twenty seven outs. You know the key to being a successful baseball team is being able to go through the rigors of a long season having good farm system down there. And if you have double header you'd better have some some good people in the minor leagues. They can come up in when short pitching or shorter and infielder seven innings to me is like High school games I i'm not. I'm not a big fan. And it affected the memphis. Somebody said the mets have already played ten double headers more than it was twelve. Larry i think might be with all the rain right which is asking a lot but you know what the end of the year. Everyone says it's not a sprint. It's a marathon and that determines who's really a good organization and who's got the best team this seven inning stuff i like. I said i'm not in on it and hopefully it goes back. But i doubt it. I mean everyone's complaining about A pitcher wear and tear on arm and look at pitchers when i played they. Have you know you have a kitchen. There's one hundred fifty hundred seventy innings. Now they call him a horse. Yeah i play with a guy that had one hundred fifty to one hundred seventy at the all star break car hits three hundred innings. And when i see he's i shake my head and this is unbelievable but again revert back to it's a different game now. And that's the way the game is projected to be played. And i guess the owners in the general manager like it and so they're gonna incorporate these These new rule as you say larry is still love baseball. And you're still gonna watch it the same with me but we don't have the like it. That's the main thing There was an article just recently in the new york. Post saying how. Baseball is stealing from the fans with the seven inning games because paying for nine innings. They're only getting seven exactly. So you know you go to watch Mean a real good pitcher that degrom or call or zack wheeler you.

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Meet the Invasive Species Rampaging Through Ontario Forests

The Big Story

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Meet the Invasive Species Rampaging Through Ontario Forests

"I'm jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story david. Uk vetch is the entomology technician at the invasive species center. Hey david fellow. Can you start just for the folks like me who haven't really thought about this problem until it reached a critical mass. I guess what are these. Moths that we're talking about today. Well they're a moth that has been in ontario for a number of years now almost forty years now however a lot of people don't really recognize them more or see them too often until they get to these larger outbreak status. We have had about three or four Sort of larger outbreaks since nineteen eighty five nine hundred ninety one as well as in two thousand and two. They were all outbreaks over One hundred thousand hectares of defoliation to put some of that into perspective. One hectare is equal to about the same size as the soccer field. So that's a large area That has been defoliated by these gypsy moth species. It's a type of lep adopter or a type of moth and butterfly and this moth has come over from. Europe was brought over by a french scientist and he was basically trying to mate are native silkworms species With this gypsy moth in order to try and create a new species that can produce silk. So that's really what how the moth got here. And why became a problem is because that scientists at the moth got away from him and started many issues in the massachusetts area and is slowly expanded from there

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What Stories Should We Tell on Canada Day?

The Big Story

01:28 min | 1 year ago

What Stories Should We Tell on Canada Day?

"I'm jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story i today. We welcome either. Ju an associate fellow at the yellow head institute. Eva is initially bakeware from desch. Kenzi chippewas of the thames. First nation. you've let's just start with this. What if anything has candida day historically meant to you well. It's always been a day of celebration for a settler colonial state that has never included me or my community or indigenous peoples more. Broadly and i've never celebrated canada day. So i was raised by my parents as inish knob. A on. my mother's side in an ongoing way on my father's side and my dad was very adamant that we are not citizens of the state but in fact were members of our pre existing nations and so things can today was not really in our family celebrations. And it actually wasn't until nineteen fifty that first nations people were even granted canadian citizenship. So candidate hasn't really ever been Something that i don't think anyway in my immediate family and circle has been celebrated and canadian citizenship by need to remind folks is not actually something that our leaders even desired at the time. It was something that was a. It was an involuntary enfranchisement to the state because our leaders had always asserted that we are nations.

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What Does the Future of Money Look Like?

The Big Story

01:59 min | 1 year ago

What Does the Future of Money Look Like?

"Jordan. Heath rawlings is the big story. Michael doyle is a freelance reporter and journalist based in toronto who examined the future of money in canada for the globe in mail. Hi michael jordan. Can you start us off. Just because it's such a useful way to think about this. At least i found it useful by telling us the story of money on the island of yap certainly Yup is a tiny island. That is now part of micronesia in the south pacific and for hundreds of years. They had a very unusual form of currency and that was these gigantic limestone rocks and the bigger they were the more valuable they were and also of course the bigger they were the more difficult they were to actually physically exchange with each other so over time they Just left the rocks where they were and In order for them to figure out who owned which rock which note of currency for lack of better term. They created basically a form of a ledger. And in the form of an oral history of who owned each rock and how the rocks transacted from person to person on the island and so that's how they effectively did business. That's how they exchanged Goods and services for hundreds of years. Now tell me how that relates to wear. Our use of money is heading certainly It's actually a really great analogy. Because in one example it sort of captures a snapshot of what money has been for hundreds if not thousands of years since the since we came up with the idea of money however long ago that was And at the same time it also short sort of shows us where technology is going to change money in the near future so the question of what money is a really weird thing. it's kind of like a philosophical rabbit hole. You go down but at it. Sort of core form money is

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"heath" Discussed on Zane and Health: Unfiltered

Zane and Health: Unfiltered

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"heath" Discussed on Zane and Health: Unfiltered

"What decided really to ride me to hell. I already know. Like that's the thing i already know. I'm going going to hell. Hell trust us. These lovely people. We make people laugh. Because i grew up. I grew up learning that the muslim culture was the was the way of life and i've done the complete opposite all my life. So i'm going with the phrase. It's raining cats and dogs comes from. Tell us what it was something to do with. The cats and dogs used to get up in the attic or something or raw and through it. Because he we'd get some heat a lot of times animals with climb up in it and like relax and hang out during the day then whenever it would rain they would all start like fallen through the animals. So it's cats and dogs plans that phrase close but no cigar. Yeah oh yes he does it. I mean i know what it means. I guess close not like almost got it. But you didn't get. I know where it came from. But no that's such like a just going to say well let me let me guess ok close but no cigar. Let's let's pick one and then have come up with the origin. So you're smoking a cigar right and you wrong. You are close to your close to smoking to the end of it But when you don't have a cigar you can't do that completely incorrect. That was really good. I tried my hardest back in the day. They would have like carnivals and the prize that they would give away was a cigar. So you also doing the game or whatever if you're trying to knock down the milk ball teddy bear house. Everybody knows what me you guys all. We look these up the other day..

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"heath" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"heath" Discussed on DV Radio

"Tried everything before the surgery. Grungy effective yup. I'm able drive. I've only been able to drive since i was like thirty turn. Thirty six just turned thirty. Six forty nine. Now let's talk about being out in public service how's that how's that work going to the grocery store for example i get is a lot kinda already used to being because i was bullied and stuff growing up and so it's nothing new to me. Writing run on one service dog. We all have that enters the fine minute trip that historic twenty but with through service dogs. They could possibly double up your issues as it. Can't i took them vote with needed. Updates which is a local event. Here it's like a festival. They hold here. And i had bolton with me and people were looking at me left and right avenue. Well one of the fire. Then he's like. I'm just curious. Is it possible to have to service animals at the same time and i just basically told him yes and my friend mary who was with me and had her service animal. She explained it to them as well. Both her and i worked to educate the first responders. Here in arkansas. And that's something. I don't like i said a lot of people don't understand that. Yeah you can use more than one service dog With the losses out is that of course they both have to be trained workers perform tasks in you with your visibility but that they have to do different tasks or at least one of them has to do a different test that the other cannot i and So obviously depression therapy is is what I mike does for your networks in. That's that's something that is just not and that's that fully fulfill requirements of the law. You know how big of an issue for you. And i j j going out to different places is that a service dog helius but through that many many many times and they're used to see and one dog and you know by the time we educate them but you have two dogs. You're going to get hammered with that. Because they're not going to believe that you actually have to service those or in fact if i remember the new new laws of the airline law because Transportation maximum can have with you on. The plane is to yes. Yes that is correct. Correct although honestly is it possible to use more than two. So but one's a handful to. I can't even imagine me personally. And yet i'm i'm in a position like saddam training my massive puppy here in another. You know five to six months probably running the two tandem malamud the massive so that he can start on behavior based her So i'm to have two hundred plus pounds of dog with me trying to make negotiate isles. That are already crowded with one dog in the store. I don't know if i'm even gonna manage to do that. I may find some some more creative solutions to running in tandem for training purposes other than trying actually make store Unless i have another person with me. Who's going to push the car. I mean it's just having to one to pass on knowledge to the other great But the but the potential challenge especially with giant dogs. Daunting it is daunting. And i mean it's i mean. It's a challenge running one one hundred pound dot to fifty pounds shirt in had his moments especially hurting greets. Oh yes yes they get hyper at times and.

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"heath" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"heath" Discussed on DV Radio

"Production for lack of a better term. Who's there's no real good term But basically a couple of organizations wanted to try to institute the standard internationally in order to become sole providers legally op service dogs worldwide. So it was. It was power. Grab there were potential for severe series politics Thankfully the united states will not participate However we know what other countries rabble world that could be bad for canada for a lot of places are having his service. Dog is a right protected by the law in the united states is not a privilege granted by the law and I don't i don't know how many like that yeah. Some provinces candidates are right right summits privilege bright While you know being disabled doesn't feel like a lot of privilege to me but that's neither there so anyway. That is a positive thing though. That enzi has realized that no. That's you cannot categorize Limit You know you can't do that to disable people in america Because it is. We have right as human vs Protected by the law you service dogs to assist us early and that you can't put that in a box you can't put labels on it. It doesn't work that way is it is a civil right So that's positive. And i think that enzi got some. I await awesome eye opening Information in a lot of the feedback received so will. Will you know these kind of things come up. Obviously checkout pages will make sure bring that Hopefully that's a dead issue. Now it we had a big push from everybody about that one. Oh the end. There is another pause act a fourth iteration in virus. I haven't read it yet. I haven't had the time to dig into it I will assume it's more of the same. It's still these associated or sock provided military veterans franken replaced with themselves. And it's still most likely a bunch of horse shit But i like. I said i haven't really gotten a chance to dig into it yet. I don't even know what the what the number of villas But i will try to do some research. The court we record I can feel the latest attempt by an american organization to take over for. Maybe i in as far as the department fares is concerned but you know what more more of the same under different needs. The more of the same. And as far as i'm concerned with the pawsox should read is the va will stop resisting. The efficacy of a pse. Service stock Veterans host manage stress short very. I don't want to involve my dau- in any way shape before i just want to stop fight me But like. I said we'll get into that. I'll do some research next time we record. We'll discuss it. I should have already published a breakdown and We'll we'll go from there so this This week Guests had he's patty is a working to service starts vella and mica patty. Welcome to the show. Thank you for joining us. Hi nice to be here So we're not real used to people who have two service dogs and a lot of people don't know that that's legal so i really like to discuss how that came about and and what your experiences like working dogs. It's it's really interesting. 'cause i didn't intend for it to be two doves originally. I was training both so in one could do their do it together. I had as a backup but it turned out that mike started to learn to Judy crusher he pressured therapies where he lays completely on top. Say on laying on my bed. He'll lay his entire body across and he'll lay there for like maybe ten or fifteen minutes in what that does is it releases. Endorphins helps calm right right and he does. Everything else is he does is. He just doesn't do that 'cause she smaller than him. Okay okay. that's he bring up a good point. what are the brits. They are both miniature. Australian shepherd richer known as many american shepardson. The american kennel club. Okay but Micheals is bigger than than his. Yes he weighs about city six pounds. Okay okay so he's considerable amount bigger. Yeah around scout. Saget yes izzy. She's about going on fifty three social kind of on a diet right now. What would i think. People don't understand about the persia therapy now. I i work large dogs my my research offs eaters hundred pound alaskan malamute and my serve doggy training right now. Also known as monkey is an english mastiff and ten months. She's about Actually she's little bit beards eater so when i get deep pressure therapy i get deep pressure. they they but but you but you're right it's it releases. Endorphins reduces stress hormone blocking the name of the stress hormone and But you know a twenty pound dog can't necessarily to it. There is something called white pressure. But it's a little bit differs and it's hard to explain to. Somebody did never had the experience like scout will standard push on my foot even in the store it relaxes you so much more is i'm in. The store is available. Sit on my feet skater. The same thing for me. That's all that level alert. He's its foot which focuses might Winners one hundred pound dog sitting on put you know just might change my focus. Right gets my attention somewhere else. And that's interest calmed down. And then when one hundred pound dog sits on your foot you do one thing and one thing only you dropped your hand to their head in their petting them in that. It has been medically proven to calm release. Deliverance reduce the stress. Hormones lower levels At a people don't understand that that that contact That directed contact. I trained him to sit on my foot so so much so that it has become an an unnatural action so the legal definition would be work. I don't tell him. Come sit on my foot. But i always rewarded him when we looked when he alerted to me. So i built that natural response into way name Chest but since. I don't command it under the legal definitions that's considered were But it does so much to change my focus on.

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