35 Burst results for "Hendricks"

Boston Red Sox Take A Closer Look At Corey Kluber

GSMC Baseball Podcast

02:30 min | 4 d ago

Boston Red Sox Take A Closer Look At Corey Kluber

"There is more activity coming out of boston as well. They are rumored to be interested in several free agents and buster olney. espn's buster only reported that quote. The red sox have talked a ton of possibilities are preparing for a series of moves before the start of spring training and quote so move. Benintendi isn't the only move. That's on the mind for the red sox There's a couple of other names here. That have been linked right hander. Jayco dharavi starting pitcher. He he's up and down when it comes to his career. He was in minnesota for some time then down to texas but professional arm to come in and give them quality innings veteran relief pitcher. Alex colom formerly of the white sox in his point eight. Era from twenty twenty now. There are some concerns when you dive in a bit. Deeper into sabermetrics there is a dip in velocity and hard hit contact has increased. But you know it is a results oriented. Sport and alex colom was still fantastic for a the white sox this past summer. You have former cy. Young winner corey kluber pitching for teams on wednesday january thirteenth. So you guys may know how that workout went by the time. You're listening to this He's gonna throw about twenty five thirty pitches and it seems to be about two thirds of major league. Baseball teams will be in attendance. So the main goal is to show teams. He's healthy show. Teams that velocity is still there because he's basically missed. The entirety of the last two seasons with multiple injuries forearm torn right Throwing muscle a lot of different things going on with kluber but he could be a perfect. You know bowe bilo free agent option for not only boston but a couple of other different teams out there and the last guy the red sox have been tagged to is actually outfielder yasuko week. You know puig's been in and out of baseball and could find himself as a cheap option out there in the outfield for boston and a lot of people don't like i actually don't mind him. I liked the energy place with. I like the passion that he brings to the yard ultimately he's probably not the performer. He once was but he'll give you a professional at bats. Play hard for you. And i do think that people in boston would certainly like

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Immigration and the Wall Fade from Trump's 2020 Campaign

Morning Edition

02:16 min | 2 months ago

Immigration and the Wall Fade from Trump's 2020 Campaign

"Issues have not been the focus of this year's election campaign, which is kind of surprising because Donald Trump made restricting immigration a dominant theme of his presidency. But last week's debate was the first time we've heard the presidential candidates talk much about it. With Election Day. Just a week away, these immigration editor Tiki Hendricks joins us to tell us what's at stake. Hey, Brian. So last week, we heard President Trump former Vice President Biden finally getting into questions about migrant Children separated from their parents. Catch and release. Can you help us? Remember what thes things are right? Let's talk about that. But first I want to say it is pretty remarkable that Trump has not been focused on immigration this year. Ever since he announced his candidacy the first time in 2015 and saying Mexicans were sending US rapists. His rhetoric and the actions of his administration have been all about keeping immigrants out. Now, Of course, there's a lot of other things going on. We're in the middle of a pandemic and the economy is cratering. But I also think Trump may not want to talk about immigration because his policies just are not very popular. Polls show that Americans overwhelmingly believe immigrants are good for the country, and Californians feel that even more strongly and the trump policy of forcibly taking Children from their parents at the border that was powerful. He condemned what is happening with the issue of family separation now. Back in June of 2018. When the policy came to light, a federal judge in San Diego ordered a halt to family separations, and he's been overseeing the effort to reunite the families. They've identified more than 5000 families, and most were brought back together. But a group of 1500 who were separated going way back to 2017 that's been tougher. The government hasn't kept records, and a lot of the parents were deported to Central America. So in the days before the debate, it came out that 545 parents simply could not be found. Now I've been following this case closely, Brian, and I think the number is actually higher. And these air Children who haven't seen their parents for years and might never see them again.

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Philadelphia - Camden Residents Line Up At Drive-thru Flu Shot Event

KYW 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Philadelphia - Camden Residents Line Up At Drive-thru Flu Shot Event

"Camden County, But things different this year Kyi W's Justin Odo report the county's free flu shots in those brick and mortar offices within person. Waiting lions could be a thing of the past. So due to covert, we've changed all of our flu sites into a drive. Thru set up. Rachel Hendricks with the Camden County Health Department says they want to limit contact to reduce the risk of contracting the virus. That's Why they're streamlining the process with these outdoor clinics come through the drive through lane to get screened by screening nurse and then they get their shot administered. And then they drive off the health department kicked off their annual program with the new Look Tuesday at the doubly Grange Park in East Camden, Louise Dela Cruz was in one of the first cars to drive up. He says he felt an urgency to get his shot. I think it was really more important this year, especially with the pandemic, just making sure that Just keep yourself safe. Well, I'm just doing my part. That's all each of individual could do It. Just do his part in Camden. Justin. Dude. Okay. Y W. NewsRadio,

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Philadelphia area county offers free flu shots to uninsured residents amid coronavirus pandemic

KYW 24 Hour News

01:09 min | 3 months ago

Philadelphia area county offers free flu shots to uninsured residents amid coronavirus pandemic

"Officials in Camden County have given free flu shots to people, but this year things are a little different. W's Justin Udo tells us the pandemic is reason why the county's free flu shots in those brick and mortar offices within person waiting lions could be a thing of the past. So due to Cove it we've changed all of our flu sites into a drive. Thru set up. Rachel Hendricks with the Camden County Health Department says they want to limit contact to reduce the risk of contracting the virus. That's why they're streamlining the process with these outdoor clinic. X come through the drive through lane to get screened by screening nurse and then they get their shot administered. And then they drive off. The health department kicked off their annual program with the new Look Tuesday at the doubly Grange Park in East Camden, Louise dela Cruz was in one of the first cars to drive up. He says he felt an urgency to get his shot. I think it was really more important this year, especially with with the pandemic, just making sure that you just keep yourself safe. Well, I'm just doing my part. That's all each of individual could do it just do his part. Officials say It's important for people to get these flu shots because Is this some area see an increase in Corona virus cases less people with the flu means less patients. A hospital has to worry about. In Camden. Justin Dude, Okay, Y w news radio.

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"hendricks" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

05:14 min | 3 months ago

"hendricks" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

"Let's in. Joining me today is gay gay Hendrix has been a leader in the fields of relationship transformation and body mind therapies for more than forty five years. He's written more than forty books including bestsellers such as five wishes the big leap and conscious loving gaze offered seminars worldwide and appeared on five hundred radio and TV shows including Oprah CNN CNBC and forty eight hours. It's such a delight to have him here on my quest for the best gays here. Talk about the big leap conquer your hidden fear and take life to the next level. He lives with his Co author and mate from where thirty five years Dr Katie Hendricks in Ho high. California welcome gay very good. Thank you bill. I want to appreciate that you mentioned Katie because she and I are just now actually entering our fortieth year together. So we've been working and living in enjoying life together since nineteen eighty. That is so exciting. I met my wife in college and we just celebrated thirty years just last year last July and it's just so special to have a relationship that goes back decades. Oh congratulations. That's a great achievement in this modern day and age I reflect on how becomes more and more than unusual, which is unfortunate. But hopefully, from learning some of the principles of people focusing on things that we'll be talking about today, more people can share in that delight. So when you were growing up who someone who influenced or inspired you. My Mom really inspired me Norma Hendrix. She was a writer. She was a journalist and wrote a daily column for the newspaper, a local newspaper Leesburg commercial this central Florida near Orlando? So I always saw her typing a. that's my earliest memories of her was banging away on. Remember those old. Typewriters that old-fashioned typewriters was she had one of those in it made a racket. So she was always pounding away on her typewriter and drinking coffee and smoking a camel cigarette. So that was my permanent memory of my mother growing up but she was a terrific writer and she really helped me a lot in my early days because I always knew I wanted to be A. Writer, and so she would help me a lot when I was in highschool learning, how to compose things and that kind of thank. So she was a big inspiration my granddad grandmother were also they live next door and they were incredibly important to me growing up because my mother was gone a lot and so I kind of lived with my grandparents who just adored me and I adored..

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Chicago Cubs win 3rd straight, 8-2 vs. Pittsburgh Pirates

WBBM Morning News

00:24 sec | 4 months ago

Chicago Cubs win 3rd straight, 8-2 vs. Pittsburgh Pirates

"Takes a little bit of a comeback for the Cubs to climb back on top in Pittsburgh, helping Kyle Hendricks earn a win on the road eight to there's a swing and a high fly ball deep left field off the batter Bayous. This ball's got a chance go a three run homer, helping the Cubs when their third in a row over the Pirates. Hobby Bias, three run homer in the forth the difference for the winner Hendrix Cubs up four games in the division. Race and a Pittsburgh 12 30.

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Jimi Hendrix’s ‘60s Japanese sunburst guitar sells for over £160,000 at auction

Doug Stephan

02:15 min | 5 months ago

Jimi Hendrix’s ‘60s Japanese sunburst guitar sells for over £160,000 at auction

"Watchtower, Jimi Hendrix that guitar that he played in the early sixties, sold at auction with 216 K boys and girls. He was a young Morocco in York City four times the pre auction estimate. They said, 50 to 60 right We talked about this the last time. Hendricks began playing this sunburst electric guitar made in Japan after he was discharged from the Army in 62 that he was even in the army. After leaving Fort Campbell. He moved to Clarksville, Tennessee. For a short time, man. They must have thought he was something else in Clarksville, Tennessee. He played on the chitlin circuit with Wilson Pickett, Slim Harpo, Sam Cooke, I Cantina and Jackie Wilson. I didn't know you played Jackie Wilson for he moved into Harlem. In 1964 where he stayed until 1966 playing venues such a cafe Wah and the Cheetah Club. Hendricks remained in possession of the guitar through his brief tenure with the Eiseley Brose and his own Jimmy James at the blue Flames in the blue plate when he went to England. Guitar was left in New York at the apartment of his friend might quite shy. What is it that it was named? Question provided watching, he pried a notarized letter of Providence for the instrument prior to its own prior to his death. You get tired at a pre auction estimate has said 50 60 reached a high bid of 180 when factoring and fees the total bill was 216,000. Other notable music related items. From this auction, artifacts of Hollywood and music events 14,014 carat Cole. A gold ring on by Elvis went for 20 to 5. A pair of princes, custom made purple boots went 13,000 before they were sold. One of Michael Jackson's sequined black jackets went for 20 Okay, people, low spending a lot of money in auctions people by and that's where they get it

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Oakland A's bench coach apologizes for apparent Nazi salute

Charlie Parker

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Oakland A's bench coach apologizes for apparent Nazi salute

"Oakland Athletics bench coach Ryan Christenson is out with an apology after giving what many say look like a Nazi salute on the field. He was seen on video holding his arm about a 45 degree angle as players left the field Thursday after the team 6 to 4 win over the Texas Rangers. After the game, Christenson said he wasn't intentionally making a Nazi gesture but trying to extend his arm to do a karate chop gesture. With Liam Hendricks. The team said. It was incredibly incredibly offensive and that they were deeply

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Deputy shot, suspect found dead after shooting in Houston

Sean Hannity

00:25 sec | 6 months ago

Deputy shot, suspect found dead after shooting in Houston

"Expected to make a full recovery after being shot while responding to a domestic disturbance call Precinct for Constable Mark Herman, says deputy Christopher Hendricks and another deputy and just arrive when the shooting started. Knock at the door, at which time the suspect opens the door and shoots Deputy Hendrix at point blank range. Deputy Hendrick was not even able to draw his weapon. The other deputy returned fire, killing the suspect. New

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Arrest Made In New York Shooting Death Of 17-Year-Old Basketball Star Brandon Hendricks

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 7 months ago

Arrest Made In New York Shooting Death Of 17-Year-Old Basketball Star Brandon Hendricks

"Now in the shooting death of a high school basketball star in the Bronx, 22 year old regime. Luke is expected to face murder charges in connection with the death of 17 year old Brandon Hendricks. Hendricks, a bystander was gunned down last month, just days after graduating from Monroe High School. He was the starting point guard there and was in the running for a college basketball scholarship.

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New York City Basketball Star, 17, Shot and Killed Just Days After High School Graduation

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:59 min | 7 months ago

New York City Basketball Star, 17, Shot and Killed Just Days After High School Graduation

"The number of shootings continues to go up in the city. And late last night. A recent high school grad was killed in the Bronx. Now this past weekend in a final Instagram post, Brandon Hendricks Put up a picture of himself proudly holding his high school diploma from Monroe here in the Bronx. The captain of the basketball team, also known for his love of geometry is now dead after being shot in the neck. Not the target, according to police of gunfire on Davidson Avenue overnight among those race in the ST Barnabus to be with the family. High school coaching basketball Nigel Thompson. It's tragic for for him for Brandon and his family. And for us, it's tragic for the young man who would pull the trigger and And now his life is also wound and their families. You know, as a black man, it makes me wonder what is going on with our young people that would cause them to just take somebody's life. And wounded another life lost. In the current wave of gun violence in the five boroughs.

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Is It Rolling, Bob? Talking Dylan: Nish Kumar

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:23 min | 10 months ago

Is It Rolling, Bob? Talking Dylan: Nish Kumar

"What I was about. Fifteen years old. We went on a Fourteen is just before I turned fifteen. We went on this field trip to we went to Sheffield for a history field trip because we were studying something about the industrial revolution in the Arkwright Orlando Carmel Stuff. And we stopped as a treat at a now defunct building called the Sheffield History of popular music and I was just listening to it was forums. It was not great but I was listening to like a weird. There's like a listening post and you could just listen to some albums that they deemed classic albums and actually I my cousins were big Jimi Hendrix fans and so I started listening to Electric Lady Land and I remember listening to the first three songs and I just wrote the going. Great Well Mine Tie. World was just changed on so I ball. Electorally land go really into Hendricks and then viral electric lady land. Obviously through all along the watchtower read the liner notes. In its Britain by Dylan and niece of I guess if you're I'm thirty four and when we were school used to sing blowing it was a him so I guess there's just a moment of either has a sort of David. Your mind of who Bob Dylan is roughly and I. I was a into the Beatles at the time. So I sort of knew roughly a would big dylan fans and you know blowing the wind and he sort of saying you have some vague idea and then so my friend. Andy gave me the nineteen sixty seven greatest hits the he had which is his dad had which is just a best of everything op too blonde on. Blunt. I say it doesn't include anything for the debut album but it's just a great hits a of the of the pre John Wesley Harding nineteen sixties out on. Its I mean. That's a pretty place to star. Need because you sort of realized that this is by the time that period ends. He's probably about twenty five. I think. Yeah he yeah. He's about twenty five twenty six when the motorcycle accident happens. And so that's the if you think about the style changes the happen just did not show period of time. It's a pretty exciting thing to get like a quick precede history of and so from then on I was just you know I was just I was I was getting everything and I do think there is something really interesting. Did you go see blinded by the light? I know you on the show. There's a really amazing pit in that movie. Which is a beautiful film about. Safra's monsters obsession with Bruce springsteen this amazing bitten where it's kind of in the eighties and him and his friend who both of british-asian ethnic heritage and one of them is trying to get Bruce springsteen to be played on the School Radio Tannoy system and the guy says Bruce Springsteen isn't he got going on dodger into And the two Asian kids look at me. Go No ought not only definitely think. That's a work because when I was a kid my friends he's like. Oh that's the music DODD LISTENS TO A. My parents liked the bills in the light of the music. That was big when they moved to Britain like things like yellow and stuff but they they had no specific relationship with Dylan so I didn't have association with that. It was like a dragon something that your parents enforced you to endear. When you were growing up so to me I just couldn't. I just couldn't believe it. It just absolutely blew my mind. I had no full context for it and so I just bought as much as I can possibly buy that. There's a period where pretty much all I spend my birthday money. Christmas money on was Bob Dylan CDs and also quite good period to get into Bob Dylan because it was before they released the audio remastered CDs. So they were just so. I just I got. I bought time out of mind for one pound CD copy of time out of mind for a quid. From W H Smith's in Croydon and so it was really easy and cheap for me just to buy almost

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"hendricks" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

Popcorn with Peter Travers

14:25 min | 11 months ago

"hendricks" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

"I think I think there's probably When I set my mind to something I am incredibly focused and detail oriented and For lack of a better word just a little bit anal retentive about things and. I think that that's what I'd probably bring to Beth. The other two characters are maybe like my sister's rebellious in funny and and A little rougher on the edges and my friend is maybe a little bit more relaxed and loving and I'm of the nerdy rigid one that they're always sort of I rolling at and sort of like. Oh Beth didn't get the joke or Beth doesn't understand this or you know Does a little bit of catching up with Beth? And I think I have. They would have to explain to me. They reference something and I do. What is found there like Instagram Christina? Oh I don't know like you know. So they have to teach me stuff just like my kids just living somewhere else on the national scientists. Have no idea what I'm catching up. That's kind of Nice to know that the world well you know I figured if I was Gonna continue to live on planet earth I was going to have to join in some of the activities So when I started I got on instagram. I finally broke down with a little help from my friends and slowly easing into it. It's fun it I'm a I'm enjoying it. It's fun but it's work. Well it is to take a whole separate job. It's not just you doing this. People want to answers. Well you sort of feel like you want to share yourself and Be True to yourself. You know your image and personality so manipulated by interviews magazines in these kinds of things. So this is your platform to just say this is who I am and and it's not being manipulated by anyone else. This is just me. What vision do you think the public has of you? Just based on magazines and social media and the world outside I think that Life see you. Yeah I think a lot of people Assume that I'm sort of Joan from madman that I that maybe I'm a bit more stern or a little bit more uptight or maybe a little more put together a mess like I was there but gene you know dropping things on the floor girl I'm not nearly as sort of put together. And maybe prissy as I think people think maybe I think so. Maybe I'm not well. It's kind of a famous story. Now that basically the agency that was representing you said Madman what. We're not WANNA representative. You're doing that. Show what is it? Amc Show AMC did not have a show. There was no breaking bad at that point there was. There is nothing and we were show. They used to play old movies So they were like this. This show's not going to get picked up. And this shows not gonNA pay anything and it's period show. It's going to be super expensive to make no one's GonNa WanNa make the show it's laborious and you know wordy and And I was like all my favorite. I love laborious because it was it was about characters. And so yeah. That's scary as an actor. Though to have an agency say okay. Go and do it. But we don't want to represent you. It was humiliating. It was awful. It's very embarrassing to be working with people who all of a sudden go. Yeah we're just not interest like we don't think what you're doing is good enough to represent you. You're not worth their time. It's it's awful. They should be embarrassed. Well you know I hope they were and I hope you haven't spoken to and I you know I just haven't seen her because she's no longer an agent but I liked her as a person and I have no hard feelings. There's all sorts of stories in this town. You know what I got to work on that show for ten years and I made the right choice. That's it that's I got another agent. You just go and get another one there. It is people out there who are wondering what you do. Just go get you know you can get another age. Yeah well you good girls to do that. But I'm looking at you and I'm thinking where did the start last time you were here? I don't think I ever asked what it was when you were a kid because I know that you lived in different places when you were growing up. Yeah did you always have this feeling? This was what you wanted to do was at well I started. Dancing was started dancing at a young age. I clearly liked to perform and when we moved twin falls Idaho. I was in third grade and my mom had my brother and I dish for a local community theater. Children's group called jump company junior musical playhouse and she just thought it was. She was just trying to help us make friends 'cause moving from town to town and she she didn't want us to necessarily get stuck in the cliques. At school she she liked the idea of it being community and my mom always liked to do theatre in college and high school so We went and auditioned to be in the best Christmas pageant ever and You know then all of a sudden I was on stage in musicals and doing bye bye Birdie and the chorus in the background and I was like this is. This is where it's at this. This is the most fun I'm ever going to have and I just continued to do it and I just found so much joy and at and singing and dancing and doing the whole thing that I just kept kept going but when you moved again you will go into Virginia to and we went to Virginia after Idaho so when I went to Virginia was the first time that I could take Acting classes in high school as a option. You know as an elective course so my brother. Yeah my brother had been in theater or drama class and so I was so excited because now I was like I can like start to really study. Be Real actress and And I went in and I remember some of the senior students. I was a freshman and they were like. Oh you're really serious about acting and I was like. Oh yeah definitely when I you know and I got a lead in in the in the school play and I was the new kid and I was a freshman and everyone was like ooh fresh. Br One I think it was a blithe spirit. Oh Yeah Ghost. A ghost ghost perfect thing. I had read that. You were bullied at the time when you were going to school in Virginia. Yeah when I first showed up. I was kind of Quirky Weird kid from Idaho that like listen to like new wave music but wore birkenstocks. And like like I. I just like no one could figure out what my story was and I I just. There weren't sort of categories of people where where I went to school in Idaho. You were a kid and I just happened to have like sort of my mom would help me make clothes and I would see something a magazine and we would make some weird snakeskin pants and I just I didn't realize it was sort of odd Until I got to Virginia and everyone was like. Oh you're weird. Trust me here weird and I was like maybe I am and and I immediately went into drama class. Which of course alienates you in some high schools already. Sadly put you with other alienated. And they're the best big creative Weirdos together with the rest of them yes so you know as the years went by then I sort of went through my sort of rock and roll punk goth all that stuff and and just celebrated being different. Didn't they're still? I'm still one hundred percents. People are like. Oh it's so funny that you were. I'm like I am still God. I don't let this Rambo sweater fairly lax eye. Shadow is a black lipstick. Saying yes I will do that. Let's have her. That Goth is bring her temper. Gabby Gabi really. She's the she's in there. You go just vocally in there to do that. Yeah goodness so. Ventriloquist's doll friends. That's weird and God. I'm GonNa Guess that maybe you had I did. I don't know that is risk for me to bring that up. What do you take me for? I went into record my first session and they had some rudimentary Animation and like. Here's your character and of course you kind of looks like me and hear her buddies. I was like Oh wait. I actually have one of those. That's released strange coincidental and I happened to hang out at antique stores. All the time and go antiquing so this environment. That might Gabby Gabby was almost like it. Came out of my own creation. It was exciting to see all right. Well we have questions from social media. Okay so if you talk on twitter when you say social media I know what you know it's Rachel says how will Christina described the new season of good girls in three words. That's good you've given me like three sentences.

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Christina Hendricks, 'Good Girls'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

08:30 min | 11 months ago

Christina Hendricks, 'Good Girls'

"I think there's probably When I set my mind to something I am incredibly focused and detail oriented and For lack of a better word just a little bit anal retentive about things and. I think that that's what I'd probably bring to Beth. The other two characters are maybe like my sister's rebellious in funny and and A little rougher on the edges and my friend is maybe a little bit more relaxed and loving and I'm of the nerdy rigid one that they're always sort of I rolling at and sort of like. Oh Beth didn't get the joke or Beth doesn't understand this or you know Does a little bit of catching up with Beth? And I think I have. They would have to explain to me. They reference something and I do. What is found there like Instagram Christina? Oh I don't know like you know. So they have to teach me stuff just like my kids just living somewhere else on the national scientists. Have no idea what I'm catching up. That's kind of Nice to know that the world well you know I figured if I was Gonna continue to live on planet earth I was going to have to join in some of the activities So when I started I got on instagram. I finally broke down with a little help from my friends and slowly easing into it. It's fun it I'm a I'm enjoying it. It's fun but it's work. Well it is to take a whole separate job. It's not just you doing this. People want to answers. Well you sort of feel like you want to share yourself and Be True to yourself. You know your image and personality so manipulated by interviews magazines in these kinds of things. So this is your platform to just say this is who I am and and it's not being manipulated by anyone else. This is just me. What vision do you think the public has of you? Just based on magazines and social media and the world outside I think that Life see you. Yeah I think a lot of people Assume that I'm sort of Joan from madman that I that maybe I'm a bit more stern or a little bit more uptight or maybe a little more put together a mess like I was there but gene you know dropping things on the floor girl I'm not nearly as sort of put together. And maybe prissy as I think people think maybe I think so. Maybe I'm not well. It's kind of a famous story. Now that basically the agency that was representing you said Madman what. We're not WANNA representative. You're doing that. Show what is it? Amc Show AMC did not have a show. There was no breaking bad at that point there was. There is nothing and we were show. They used to play old movies So they were like this. This show's not going to get picked up. And this shows not gonNA pay anything and it's period show. It's going to be super expensive to make no one's GonNa WanNa make the show it's laborious and you know wordy and And I was like all my favorite. I love laborious because it was it was about characters. And so yeah. That's scary as an actor. Though to have an agency say okay. Go and do it. But we don't want to represent you. It was humiliating. It was awful. It's very embarrassing to be working with people who all of a sudden go. Yeah we're just not interest like we don't think what you're doing is good enough to represent you. You're not worth their time. It's it's awful. They should be embarrassed. Well you know I hope they were and I hope you haven't spoken to and I you know I just haven't seen her because she's no longer an agent but I liked her as a person and I have no hard feelings. There's all sorts of stories in this town. You know what I got to work on that show for ten years and I made the right choice. That's it that's I got another agent. You just go and get another one there. It is people out there who are wondering what you do. Just go get you know you can get another age. Yeah well you good girls to do that. But I'm looking at you and I'm thinking where did the start last time you were here? I don't think I ever asked what it was when you were a kid because I know that you lived in different places when you were growing up. Yeah did you always have this feeling? This was what you wanted to do was at well I started. Dancing was started dancing at a young age. I clearly liked to perform and when we moved twin falls Idaho. I was in third grade and my mom had my brother and I dish for a local community theater. Children's group called jump company junior musical playhouse and she just thought it was. She was just trying to help us make friends 'cause moving from town to town and she she didn't want us to necessarily get stuck in the cliques. At school she she liked the idea of it being community and my mom always liked to do theatre in college and high school so We went and auditioned to be in the best Christmas pageant ever and You know then all of a sudden I was on stage in musicals and doing bye bye Birdie and the chorus in the background and I was like this is. This is where it's at this. This is the most fun I'm ever going to have and I just continued to do it and I just found so much joy and at and singing and dancing and doing the whole thing that I just kept kept going but when you moved again you will go into Virginia to and we went to Virginia after Idaho so when I went to Virginia was the first time that I could take Acting classes in high school as a option. You know as an elective course so my brother. Yeah my brother had been in theater or drama class and so I was so excited because now I was like I can like start to really study. Be Real actress and And I went in and I remember some of the senior students. I was a freshman and they were like. Oh you're really serious about acting and I was like. Oh yeah definitely when I you know and I got a lead in in the in the school play and I was the new kid and I was a freshman and everyone was like ooh fresh. Br One I think it was a blithe spirit. Oh Yeah Ghost. A ghost ghost perfect thing. I had read that. You were bullied at the time when you were going to school in Virginia. Yeah when I first showed up. I was kind of Quirky Weird kid from Idaho that like listen to like new wave music but wore birkenstocks. And like like I. I just like no one could figure out what my story was and I I just. There weren't sort of categories of people where where I went to school in Idaho. You were a kid and I just happened to have like sort of my mom would help me make clothes and I would see something a magazine and we would make some weird snakeskin pants and I just I didn't realize it was sort of odd Until I got to Virginia and everyone was like. Oh you're weird. Trust me here weird and I was like maybe I am and and I immediately went into drama class. Which of course alienates you in some high schools already. Sadly put you with other alienated. And they're the best big creative Weirdos together with the rest of them yes so you know as the years went by then I sort of went through my sort of rock and roll punk goth all that stuff and and just celebrated being different. Didn't they're still? I'm still one hundred percents. People are like. Oh it's so funny that you were. I'm like I am still God. I don't let this Rambo sweater fairly lax eye. Shadow is a black lipstick. Saying yes I will do that. Let's have her. That Goth is bring her temper. Gabby Gabi really. She's the she's in there. You go just vocally in there to do that. Yeah goodness

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"hendricks" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

Popcorn with Peter Travers

07:21 min | 11 months ago

"hendricks" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

"I hope everybody. I'm Peter Travers. In welcome to popcorn where we tell you what is popping in pop culture and. I know you're all excited to know that good girls is back for season. Three on NBC. And it's good luck to have one of the stars of Chuck Andrex. It's great to see you again. Nice to see you. Thanks for having me season three. So what kind of trouble are you women in this time? I'm a lot more. I some reason I root for these women. I know there are up to no good. But they're fun and they're relatable so people kind of have their back there like I'd do it. How do you know? And they've got this real inner it's it's the camaraderie with these women. It's just fun to watch them. Make these horrible mistakes. Is that how you felt when you were first? Approached about doing the series. You know when you when you come from a show that you've been on for almost a decade your next your next choice you you have one follow madman. Well you gotta think something. I would really want to do every day because I may be doing it for ten years. I know what that's like. You know so. You really want to choose something that you could imagine doing. And I thought I want to work with these women and I want to go on this wild caper. It just seemed like such a laugh and so weird and different and it's also very intense so I do you know I didn't sort of consider like a well. I'm going to be incredibly stressed out every day and this high anxiety level and the stakes are really high. Of course you have to play all that you know so. It's kind of exhausting. But what if and now? I'm assuming that you and men ready get along really well. We did from the beginning we did. I knew may casually we had done some Animated things together so met each other through that I had never met Reta I in fact called. May and I said you know I'm thinking about doing this. Show I I hear. You're doing it what he thinks she's like. I think it's going to be the best thing ever and we just like hit it off like house on fire. When we all met and here we are three seasons. And that's we know each other so well we can order lunch for each other in the other person's around we're like no no no. Do not put tomatoes on reticent. Please send it back. We can't deal with it We all know each other and we and we know how we react to things and we sort take care of each other well. It sounds like you know I'm making light of it but to be on a series where you work long days. Yeah so you. It's good if you get along. It's amazing and because we are playing these really stressful intense scenes to have people that you love so dearly to laugh inbetween takes you know. Make the day lighter. It just changes everything. 'cause you're right we're there for fourteen hours a day and and You know it's it's nice to have like comfort him between and just get pissed off together and be happy when something is really making you angry. Oh Yeah we've got each other's back if something's upsetting the other. Were like yeah. Yeah what she said. Yeah we're team because we're scary you know and you could. You could do that. You know your director and Toy Story. Four where you were doing the voice of. Gabby Gabby I read a quote from Him Josh. Cooling where he said There's the thing about Cristina where she has this very sweet affect and an a sweet voice and then she can turn on a dime and being medicine and cold. We're just that calm and we did have fun playing with that. I mean the sweeter the croupier right. I don't know I. I ended up playing a lot of characters that have that dichotomy that they have come across as an innocent. But there's this underlying thing to drive to firefly. I think it started with firefly's the first time I had a character like that. And maybe maybe maybe one lead to another. Maybe when they opened a script they thought now. Who can do this? You Know Christina Hendricks this are doing on firefly so maybe one led to the other. Because I don't think I'm duplicitous. That's my own personality. Christina can do cold and creepy short she can go to increase drake's he's ready to do it for those people that are having caught up yet or just beginning to catch up with good girls. Who were you playing describe this? I play your typical midwestern. Mother middle class hardworking organized but found herself sort of on autopilot and lost maybe sight of her dreams or what her needs were and each cheating on her she found her husband is cheating on her lured that Matt Lillard just so great And then my sister who's a single mother is struggling to keep her child protected and safe and in school and my best friend has a daughter with an illness. And so we all find ourselves in this place where we need money to sort of take care of our families and keep roofs over their head and we. We decided that the best logical solution is to rob a grocery store. And we'll go and get the money Jill with all of our problems and go on our on our way But of course one thing leads to another and we fall into life of crime and it's a quirky show. I mean that's what I would say to people who haven't seen it yet is just because it's on a network. Don't assume certain things about it. It is Quirky and weird and fun and has great music and it's dark and it's an interesting tone that you haven't seen before and I. I really think it's unique but store the grocery store that the three of you rob a fine at frugal which I'm obsessed and I want to start a chain of fine frugal because the crux of that which I think I can give away because well it was three seasons ago. Is that when you think you're GonNa rob to get some extra money to take care of the problems that there's like a half a million dollars there for long to a criminal element in that world. We think we're going to go in and get about fifteen thousand dollars and we come out with a half a million dollars and this becomes a much larger crime than we ever anticipated. And of course it's tied to a whole gang and a whole crime ring that we we just thought it was a grocery store. We didn't realize so else was laundering. Their money there and they find us and now we are sort of indebted to them and you know tied into this this much more dangerous which never stops never stops and the guys that really have that and real yes. So what is there in this character Beth in you? What do you bring them yourself to playing? Well I know you shop at finding the main thing.

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Christina Hendricks, 'Good Girls'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

05:46 min | 11 months ago

Christina Hendricks, 'Good Girls'

"I hope everybody. I'm Peter Travers. In welcome to popcorn where we tell you what is popping in pop culture and. I know you're all excited to know that good girls is back for season. Three on NBC. And it's good luck to have one of the stars of Chuck Andrex. It's great to see you again. Nice to see you. Thanks for having me season three. So what kind of trouble are you women in this time? I'm a lot more. I some reason I root for these women. I know there are up to no good. But they're fun and they're relatable so people kind of have their back there like I'd do it. How do you know? And they've got this real inner it's it's the camaraderie with these women. It's just fun to watch them. Make these horrible mistakes. Is that how you felt when you were first? Approached about doing the series. You know when you when you come from a show that you've been on for almost a decade your next your next choice you you have one follow madman. Well you gotta think something. I would really want to do every day because I may be doing it for ten years. I know what that's like. You know so. You really want to choose something that you could imagine doing. And I thought I want to work with these women and I want to go on this wild caper. It just seemed like such a laugh and so weird and different and it's also very intense so I do you know I didn't sort of consider like a well. I'm going to be incredibly stressed out every day and this high anxiety level and the stakes are really high. Of course you have to play all that you know so. It's kind of exhausting. But what if and now? I'm assuming that you and men ready get along really well. We did from the beginning we did. I knew may casually we had done some Animated things together so met each other through that I had never met Reta I in fact called. May and I said you know I'm thinking about doing this. Show I I hear. You're doing it what he thinks she's like. I think it's going to be the best thing ever and we just like hit it off like house on fire. When we all met and here we are three seasons. And that's we know each other so well we can order lunch for each other in the other person's around we're like no no no. Do not put tomatoes on reticent. Please send it back. We can't deal with it We all know each other and we and we know how we react to things and we sort take care of each other well. It sounds like you know I'm making light of it but to be on a series where you work long days. Yeah so you. It's good if you get along. It's amazing and because we are playing these really stressful intense scenes to have people that you love so dearly to laugh inbetween takes you know. Make the day lighter. It just changes everything. 'cause you're right we're there for fourteen hours a day and and You know it's it's nice to have like comfort him between and just get pissed off together and be happy when something is really making you angry. Oh Yeah we've got each other's back if something's upsetting the other. Were like yeah. Yeah what she said. Yeah we're team because we're scary you know and you could. You could do that. You know your director and Toy Story. Four where you were doing the voice of. Gabby Gabby I read a quote from Him Josh. Cooling where he said There's the thing about Cristina where she has this very sweet affect and an a sweet voice and then she can turn on a dime and being medicine and cold. We're just that calm and we did have fun playing with that. I mean the sweeter the croupier right. I don't know I. I ended up playing a lot of characters that have that dichotomy that they have come across as an innocent. But there's this underlying thing to drive to firefly. I think it started with firefly's the first time I had a character like that. And maybe maybe maybe one lead to another. Maybe when they opened a script they thought now. Who can do this? You Know Christina Hendricks this are doing on firefly so maybe one led to the other. Because I don't think I'm duplicitous. That's my own personality. Christina can do cold and creepy short she can go to increase drake's he's ready to do it for those people that are having caught up yet or just beginning to catch up with good girls. Who were you playing describe this? I play your typical midwestern. Mother middle class hardworking organized but found herself sort of on autopilot and lost maybe sight of her dreams or what her needs were and each cheating on her she found her husband is cheating on her lured that Matt Lillard just so great And then my sister who's a single mother is struggling to keep her child protected and safe and in school and my best friend has a daughter with an illness. And so we all find ourselves in this place where we need money to sort of take care of our families and keep roofs over their head and we. We decided that the best logical solution is to rob a grocery store. And we'll go and get the money Jill with all of our problems and go on our on our way But of course one thing leads to another and we fall into life of crime and it's a quirky

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"hendricks" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"hendricks" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Also out Hendricks county to could be black eye so there needs to watch out for that so you know what the volume is like today you still could be can't you some problems out there as far as winter goes as far as road conditions go so don't let the light volume for you it could be trouble in some parts especially talk about headers gonna hate calcular counties right now east and west of town traffic sponsored by singer financial group let's take a financial group help you enjoy more perfect moments today and tomorrow three one seven eight five two nine one five three four appointment today I met with traffic on the flies father was on Twitter W. Y. B. C. trapped make the most of it you you may never see a Christmas season like this again going to be in the fifties every day through Saturday high fifty three today under sunny skies currently thirty one in the American standard heating weather center the time is seven thirty five Obama apparently propping up the fake Indian thirty three W. ABC rob Kendall infertility cats good morning thank you so much for joining us be safe out there if you're on the roads traveling is mats and on a lot of traffic out there but to stay alert stay awake.

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"hendricks" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"hendricks" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

"Wow amazing tell us where we can find you find out more about your upcoming book type. Don't worry about all of the work that you do and how we can work with you. Well the good people at Saint Martin's Presser bringing out my new book and the spraying wonderful folks so conscious luck will be out in the spring and we'll have another conversation about that then I hope and if you want to find more about us you can go to Hendrix Dot COM H. E. N. K. S. DOT COM or due to our nonprofit organization the Foundation for conscious living and that has its own website to have one of our seminars. And come see US sometime. We're very very nearby. I know and I've wanted to and you do workshops and stuff like that right couples but you also do other kinds of stuff amazing. Thank you so much. The extreme thanks for asking great questions. You're awesome. It was such a joy to sit with. Gay Hendricks talked with him. He is just such such a human human being. Okay here are the takeaways number. One make a commitment to change your situation when you commit. The Universe re accommodates itself for this new thing. You want number two. We each have a spark within us. If we choose to nourish it it can take us into a new version of our lives number three instead of pointing at the world and saying why are you doing this to me ask yourself. I wonder what I want and what I can really commit to being in my life number. Four you're only one breath away from changing your life number five. Be The open and willing to learn from all of life number six to find your genius going Malone for ten minutes sit quietly and ask yourself over and over again what. What is my genius? What I love to do so much that it makes me lose track of time number seven? Surface your butts find out what butts are holding you back and get get them out of the way number eight. Say One sentence about something you want. Say it out loud. Notice how you feel in your body and number nine whenever you get stuck take take a breath move your body and love the thing that needs to be loved just so powerful to talk to him tonight actually for myself personally after that conversation Sean I felt like I realized that part of my playing in my zone of excellence is sitting behind this computer doing the show which I absolutely love but as I've been doing more speaking events I realized that when I'm speaking publicly that is truly myzone genius when leading events speaking at a book signing hosting retrieved lead so you just stay tuned. Because I'm going to be making sure I do a lot more of that and you know it was scary for me to make this trip to national. I was like Oh my gosh. I'M GONNA upset my kids. I'm going to be going away for six days. And is not GonNa make them uneasy is GonNa make me uneasy and yeah. I remember when Evan Carmichael was here. And he said if you look at your calendar and there's nothing on your calendar in the next three weeks. That makes her heartbeat fast. That makes you feel a little scared scared. Then you're not going to grow and I just WanNa grow and I know you do too and it's so important for us to break through that upper for a limited because there's just so much more possible there's just so much here you guys thank you so much for listening to this show week after week. I am so clear that you've a million things you could do with your are time and it means the world that you're here. Please be sure to subscribe wherever you listen. because there's amazing episodes coming down the pipe. If you want support us the best thing you can do a couple couple things number one share the show with someone take a second right now in share this episode or another episode with someone that you believe in someone you want to encourage because it really might change their life also by my book and leave us a review wherever you by Amazon or Barnes and noble you can also download it for free on audible when you get their free trial and I love love you to hear the audible version narrated it. I think that you'll really get a lot out of it. If you like. PODCAST you'll probably like the audible version. I love you guys so much and I'll talk to you on the podcast. Production of authentic for more INFO on advertising in this show visit authentic shows dot com.

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The Security Token Ecosystem w/ Vertalo CEO Dave Hendricks

CRYPTO 101

09:14 min | 1 year ago

The Security Token Ecosystem w/ Vertalo CEO Dave Hendricks

"Dave so so tell us about your background catch us up what were you doing before you were tokenism assets advert also so my career goes back pretty far especially with regard securitisation I started my career at a little money accounting for Arthur Andersen did that out of college and I specialized in technology and databases Arthur Andersen. it was an accounting firm so I got involved in a lot of assets securitisations and this is like back when all the toys were made out of Wood the nineteen ninety s when I left three Anderson I went to work for a Goldman Sachs j Robert Joint Venture and we helped big the savings and loan crisis out of the ground and and securitized all of these real estate assets? I built databases to do that. then ended up going to Oracle or go corporations you know database company and I ran the worldwide relationship between Oracle and Arthur Andersen and it was after that that I met Baxter my co-founder and he and I were principals at what became the world's largest email markets the platform something called Chiel we learned there a lot about building massive scaling systems that could house the data of competitor I on the same system logically separated providing are basically big data and data delivery sir services to retailers and publishers who were getting an email and we were really really early in the email kind of like as early as emails people we're in Bitcoin in two thousand eleven or twelve and after that I went on to co found a company called Live intent that was in two thousand nine we invented programmatic advertising in email meeting we place ads in emails rendered when you open the no so and it was some stuff that happened in our series d. round of funding two thousand fifteen that provided some of the inspiration to war for Taller and William and our other co founder couch on Gujaral who's a former FCC attorney a securities lawyer and I got together on boat two thousand sixteen in Berlin and in Tala was fascinating I I kinda picked up on a little something that you mentioned that we I haven't really had discussed on the show so the savings and loans crisis of the late eighties nineties on can you talk a little bit about that because I think that comes to bear you know principally on why crypto exists you know one of the reasons so talk about that experience in what for those of those those of us that haven't heard savings loan crisis maybe a defined that and then talk about what it was like digging out of that yeah so starting in the eighties extending into the very early in the ninety s the savings and loan industry in the United States was pretty much deregulated and a lot of the savings and loans we're getting big by enabling unsecured loans the originated and USA purchase real estate in secured loan is basically hey you know me lonely some money I'm GonNa go buy this thing well this happened on a mass scale it was it was really something similar to the real estate Christ though your mortgage crisis that kicked off the two thousand eight recession and what ended up happening was that when when the recession happened in in the early nineties in the people couldn't pay for all the real estate that they had bought with these SNL loans and so the SNL started calling all these loans in and there was no one by the properties so people just basically either went bankrupt or just you know for the or they just said I'm going to stop paying this this saga loan on this property and so they're they're became a just a deluge of nonperforming underperforming loans on the books of the S. and L.'s and this had a ripple effect through the economy and so the the George W Bush original og Bush president key he set up something he called the Resolution Trust Corporation to clean this up and basically the process of cleaning up the the SNL crisis was taking these underperforming loans repackaging them and then selling them to new investors or to reach or other other parties that have the cash to buy them in often these properties were being sold at fire sale prices in real quick like an underperforming the loan like is that meaning somebody was loaning out money an nobody was paying the interest on that loan so is just sitting there okay doc or so non-performing non-performing loan means that no payments are being made underperforming would mean either they're paying part of the payment or maybe there's paying the interest that they're not paying the principal with a lot of people would use the you know they were just they will just pay the interest on the loan with the hopes of getting restructured later or ending up in what's known as a workout and so what we did G Robert in Whitehall securitisation project was to build databases of all of these loans and then enable them to be purchased by other investors essentially we securitized all in this real estate sometimes it got packaged up into multiple properties sometimes it was just sold pretty by property but I was database in a network guy and so back in the days before you had the Internet the way it is today for aws before all this kind of distributed computing technology creating databases and then connecting them around the country you ask two different bank centers and billing databases of these loans that would them the then be -sposed off okay or or sold in some way to new investors and so I got I got some pretty Kinda early the hands on experience and what happens when when things go wrong in financial markets and specifically in real estate and securities it was pretty cool so but you know these are these are not financial events you want to happen very often because right now with as much elaborate there is in the system what if this happens again it's going to really have a pretty strong ripple effect and that has a lot to do with the fact that you know just developed financial products and strategies that are based on borrowing and lending rather than rather than actually valuable underlying assets. It's a big big argument for crip doctrine so if you came to me five years ago and I said Hi Dave what do you do you said token is assets. I would very very slowly back away before running for my life a lot of people listening to this podcast also feel that way right now like what is your doing what who what where why can you guess on what it means to token is an asset in crypto it's really it's really pretty simple Token is Dana asset means taking the ownership interest in a new or existing company meaning the list of holders of the securities or shares or tokens of that asset taking them from a spreadsheet or some kind of paper or other analog ledger and turn them into a pro rata distribution of smart card cracks basically it's very similar to take in a record like vinyl and then turning it into into the threes you take a whole album okay which consists of you know ten songs and you turn it into ten a friend different MP four files and you put them onto onto a thumb drive

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 Hoerner 3 hits, 4 RBIs in debut, Cubs beat Padres 10-2

WBBM Morning News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Hoerner 3 hits, 4 RBIs in debut, Cubs beat Padres 10-2

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Learning to Flip Time and Love Life

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

12:20 min | 1 year ago

Learning to Flip Time and Love Life

"She is my friend and I am excited to have her here on the show today day. Welcome is long overdue Karen. You are a nice guy. Let's get this on. What do you say well. I'm happy to be a Nice Gal on the nice guys on business and Haruna a you know that it's just an expression wasn't saying no. I guys I'm one of the guys and actually women and podcasting is kind of a off. You know still a guys network about us. Women were gals or making our roads. Thanks to you and and stricken and helping turnkey getting my podcasts launched and as you said now one hundred seventy episodes. You've been part of my heroine's journey I am I am so happy to have watched this entire process. Go go into it and and for me I don't there is no surprise because even prior to reaching me you had already had decades and decades of huge success in your life and just I knew this. I was just going to be another one of those things that you're going to be successful at it so I was excited to have you as a part of <hes> some of the early stages of turnkey what motivates you carry me and you're like ultra successful in not just in this one arena so so many the ever anybody of of everything so authoring coaching relating podcasting overcast number one while <hes> so what motivates you well for many years it was productivity hidden and that's where this whole too busy not enough time and it really became this kind of mantra this badge of honor being too busy and that yet. I felt like there was something else something more something mind to do something creative and Dan contribution oriented and that longing that called adventure you know the heroine's journey. I sat out on about five years ago and like I said you're part of it which led to me getting into coaching executive coaching which led to a doing a lot of work on what is mine to do and that led writing a book real estate success acid five minutes a day and we've had a a nice guys business conversation about that so I won't spend got a whole lot of time on that other than it really launched by podcasting <hes> sense. That often happens when you're an author. You're successful in your arena. Then people want to have you as gas and I think I was one of the Nice business one of the first podcast I was on and that led had to book sales and wow isn't that interesting how happen that I'm like okay well so if being podcast leads to book sales. I'm doing doing the math the other correlation to that could be me having upon casket lead to sales and we talk about podcasting. What's the Monetization Avenue. There's lots of other great purposes of of the podcast contribution creativity <hes> so people often wonder what do you make money at it and for me. The book look sales also being a real estate agent in the Washington. DC Metro region. I even had referrals for real estate on because of the podcasting so oh there is lots of opportunity and and so let reached out to Turkey to you and strict and while that was almost two years ago we started five minutes accents spike cast so so tell me a little bit because we know we have a number of real estate agents and brokers in our community. It just seems to be a niche needs that we have seem to have found so if there's an agent or someone that is working toward success. I mean I you know the discipline that is needed to be successful. Real estate agent is is huge huge but it's not not unlike being successful in any level of business. So what would you say to somebody. That's out there in our <hes> in our community. That's a real estate agent. Just in the beginning. Maybe maybe Cher Cher moment or two of some of the five minutes success principles that <hes> that have made you who you are today professionally well absolutely go to Amazon and get the book real estate successive orbits a day. That's a great place to start listening to the five minutes success by guests. There's key key principles and this is what led to the five minutes success podcasts and that is these core principles actually really do apply pretty universally. I've discovered after for almost one hundred two hundred interviews but one hundred seventy out on the air and the first one is committed leads so everybody does business talent prospecting lead generation. I don't have you whatever your idea whatever it is your business whatever you're selling entrepreneur any kind of professional until you have <unk> customer or client or someone to sell to you really don't have anything to do so that's where podcasting is really more in the attraction marketing type of space but in terms of actual belly to belly and you you are absolutely an expert at that but that commitment because it really is a commitment. I find that would be. We'll have that light bulb. Go Off that make that paradigm shift that like Oh. I'm just GONNA wait. Til The phone rings rather. This is a commitment. You're I'M GONNA. Go Out and do activities to lead to business development. They generation then everybody goes through the CONSULTA sell process. Some people people call that conversion you take the league you take them through. The process. Money comes out on the other end. That's what we call business and it's also actually in a lot of professions. I mean gentlest air consulting is they clean your teeth. They do a exams xrays a ministers do consulting and conversion and right now they're really everybody has some process that they take their constituency through and then at the end. There's something the real estate. It's obviously a transaction podcasting. It's podcast episodes and then there's connected and grow because what many happens with many salespeople entrepreneurs particularly they get on this hamster wheel dog. They get a lead. They get a customer the client. I had to get it to settlement or they get it through the process. They wake up and do it all over again and then have that moment where they're going okay. I assume as I do my next deal deal once that's over. I I don't have anything to do. I'm really transaction dependent so when you connect to build and grow you build a business you built sustainable ongoing ongoing scalable enterprise systems it can create leverage so what's interesting guy in so there's principles to to that too and then they'll the one that surround all his success thinking activities envisioned so that's mindset and motivation because just to maintain and grow the business you have to have that so those are the components so give me like a working working knowledge of or Gimme a little experience here. How can someone achieve a higher level success in just five minutes a day because that's the premise of your of your entire podcast in your book right five minutes success yes so the there this is actually actually a principle of Parkinson's law because limiting restricting time can actually make people more effective and efficient. There is what happens is kind of part of the whole overwhelmed wellm thing. We were like going well. I can't do all that so then they do nothing and so the idea of the five minutes this is where the idea came about was. I'm like go five minutes a day. Everybody has five minutes a day so the idea is to focus on for five minutes one principal and if you follow the real estate successive armaments a day a book. It's broken out for us daily whatever it is you. WanNa focus on whatever it is you want to achieve a higher level of success you focus on it for five minutes that creates. It's <hes>. B plans to see grades domino effect in some cases. You're more likely to remember it and be able to apply it and put it into practice later in the day the next day the next week the next year because too much information can be as soon. Nami like that's what happens with a lot of books or seminars or training. You're like going wow. This is really great but it's I. I don't know how to apply to get into your practice so the idea putting one thing into practice into your business every day one idea when concept takes five minutes to read then you figure out how to put it into practice or if it maybe it's something that's not offer now but at some point you'll say a. Ha I remember that strategy and I'm a had this happen with an agent he had read about first mover advantage Asia and it was like in November and he had a customer who wanted to list for sale and the customers like taking <music> all using all the language of yeah. We're going to the spring. We're going to do next year. We're going to you know kept putting it down. The road in the agent remembered I liver advantage and he says you know there's a first mover advantage and I'm really thinking that if you went on the market right now you're the only one that will be on the market that you would have an advantage that I think you should do it now and that that created enough urgency for that seller to get on the market and sold and so the idea is he scripts and dialogues these ideas <hes> are delivered in Yeah L. Five minutes a day so you're getting more likely to remember it when it's time to use them so. I'm looking at your your website and look at the praise. Praise the tab that you have a nice guy community. If you WANNA really see how she is received by her entire community of <hes> of followers look at her praise tab and literally there's dozens thousands if not hundreds of of people that are singing your praises in in picture in video form and and it's true that it has been so well received why do do you think that is the case can well back to the way you started the introduction having so many people one of the things right now is that people will be like they don't have enough time and five minutes is actually. I think the attention span that Google's as if people have so it resonates are like okay I could do that. It's achievable global. It actually gives you a win. You do it early in the morning. Start the day with it and it does have this. It has several impacts it can have a domino affect impact world knock over a bunch of ideas at once or it can have a more of a snowball cumulative effect amaury. It can also have a ripple effect. You like you'll make one change and then you'll start seeing other things impacted so because it doesn't on so many different levels depending on where you are in your business life that it's it's. I think that's what people are resonating with so when you when did you realize it was time to do this second book. Flip time love life and maybe explained the title a little bit more a little bit more in depth and <hes> and when did you realize it was time to write the book as often happens when people achieve a high level success us and they start to look around ago. Okay is this all there is I mean I love my life really truly doug. I have wonderful husband married to for thirty two years to successful young adult children travel the world have a best business partner ever great business best year ever and so. It's like well okay. There is still something more and that's where I think the creativity and the contribution came but I also had felt a little burned out like okay. I'm going to do this again. Kind of sometimes you get into routine after doing something for seventeen years you no you how many episodes of podcasts at right so you like going okay what what what's missing and what was missing. Is this meaningful work. Somebody will call Zona genius <hes>. I think that's a gay hendricks term. <hes> meaningful workflow self actualization is really what stuck with me and that is masses. IOS hierarchy of needs. I felt like I had worked my way up the pyramid and I had all those needs worked out but I was like self actualization. Just kept getting off and that's where I I had this epiphany like what if you were to flip. The pyramid revered a flip time because often. It's tempting acting or people feel self care self <hes>

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Prepping for Pregnancy with Lisa Hendrickson-Jack

Babes and Babies

01:31 min | 1 year ago

Prepping for Pregnancy with Lisa Hendrickson-Jack

"All right. Everyone i have lisa lisa hendricks thin jack here and i'm so excited because she is going to talk to us about fertility and she has an awesome podcast called fertility friday and she's going to talk with us today about preparing for pregnancy what your fifth vital sign is. She's an author and just a bad a woman so we're. We're so excited that you are here. Yeah thanks for taking the time to come on and talk with us. Thanks for having me really excited to be here. We were chatting in the pre chats and i'm super super excited to dive into everything yeah. Do you wanna tell us just a little bit about yourself. Before we dive in. I mean i've been teaching women to chart their cycles. Using fertility awareness for almost twenty years i have an interesting experience because i discovered for tony wariness and how the menstrual cycle works and the connection between your cycles and overall house when i was really young about eighteen or nineteen years old just out of high school cool i often joke that it was my like post high school feminists as i was learning all this really cool staff but it just so happened that on my university campus there is <unk>. I'm women center and they would bring in all these cool speakers. There was a group of women some of whom were already trained educators others who were training who held monthly fashions basically for years and so i was able to attend the sessions at first and learn

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Indiana toddler dies after being left in car for hours after church

Financial Issues with Dan Celia

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Indiana toddler dies after being left in car for hours after church

"A twenty one month old child is dead after being left in a hot car in Indiana police in Hendricks county say the girl's family came home from church on Sunday and thought someone had taken the toddler out of the car meanwhile there's a court appearance today for the New York City dad who's twin babies died after they were left in a hot car Juan Rodriguez claims he forgot to drop off is two one year olds at daycare last month accidentally leaving them in the vehicle all day as he was at work in the Bronx

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"hendricks" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"hendricks" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"To la fun. Facts wait for it. I used to be a model and sometimes <unk> a hand model. This is my hand and another model stomach proud to be part of this film in any way hashtag doug american beauty and he's the post look at the photo and it's the american beauty poster of the iconic hand holding adding a rose overdose valley and say what you want about american beauty all actually don't because let's not but but that's an iconic poster and that's not me being stupid. That's a very very famous star immediately identifiable poster. Are you kidding. Everybody christina hendricks when they saw this who's belly though we don't know. Do you think the belly person never came out. Do you think she had to put the hand on the belly of its photoshop. No oh you she puts a hand on the handle. The belly do so they must have shot it while with the belly lying down probably and she's like she's kind of like lying across are sitting across. Yes and putting on your belly sort of a weird little. It's so to use a different hand in a different belly. Hollywood is wild just when i think i get it then it's like oh the american beauty poster her as a person to people a a disembodied body imagine like the folders when they had all of the photos like spread out on like a huge conference table all the different bellies all the different hands and then they are slowly whittling it down over the course of a week like i think this but now let's let's do a chemistry tests so they brought in like three hand three bellies and they like had the ladies get along and see what happened and then they narrowed it down to christina and then the belt ask who's hashtag. Who's the belly is like actually what i wanna start like. If you're the belly call in lake who's the belly like christina hendricks new belly. Is i have no idea idea is the belly maybe famous yes. The belt is going to be like it's <hes> i know who could possibly be. It's anti mcdowell. I don't know who was the belly. This isn't true argument for for practical effects because like without if this was like c._g._i. Or not real or not real belly or something. We would never have this incredible. Nope trivia really good. He now hold was christina. Hendrickson like nineteen ninety eight. When this poster was really i have no idea i have no idea idea how old's that hand the belly okay so she was she was twenty three when she shot this. Okay okay okay and the belly anchor now looking at it and always probably twenty-three-year-old belly. They probably wanna you know an age appropriate belly fucked up because i'm seeing this poster now and i can't can't envision it being one person i can only being too well. It's sort of like funny when you if you if you have to zoom out like what did those bodies look like when they were like it's like i'm telling you h you know. The picture of the dog and it's like has a dog wear jeans and like the jeans are like the new draw people draw it on just confusing and how does it work. This is like this picture like how is how were they posing for this picture if you will come out and draw around it january jones couldn't believe it. This is important gordon. How come i didn't know this during the queen of instruments how dare you upstage me with your good co-stars on madman and never came up i know how did it never come up. How how did it never come up. This is like the twenty jones. This is the most important in good twenty five things you don't know about me in the entire world. I bet christina hendrickson a lot of good stories. You think so yeah but this is like this is. How do you even this pizza. It's good wait. What let the question she says. Wait what like gotta get this story. We gotta get this full story. We got to reach out. We're gonna reach out to christina hendricks as people yeah we're gonna do that often organised rida rida rida time yeah..

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"hendricks" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

105.3 The Fan

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"hendricks" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

"Now this is a Jimmy Hendricks right now I don't know if he can do that okay Hey this is John Lennon imagine he was still alive three to five all a minute I like the blue bell ice cream put it back in I work going on yeah I or hill I'm still no you you shouldn't do that owl let's jump bills wrong so what is wrong with people what's wrong with you you have you laughing while you're reading that tax that's ridiculous crime yeah I do that it's a hamper federal it's tampering with yeah you want to open a box of you know contraceptives find it somebody's tampered with that no no you don't I mean I'd rather find out before hand then afterwards there like yes said before hand hi two one four and that's five percent is question this week I don't ask that one neat one seven I told you is K. groovy junior or to the other question Frank Thomas Mann the way you're wrong from the ada NATO six is a good one Steve the buyer all my god in how many times and he you can hit all the home runs leave the bird seed to fake handed off and then drop back the whole fee that's right thank you of me eight one seven I admit it I thought the mass actually.

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"hendricks" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"hendricks" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

"Not explaining, I'm just taking responsibility, because that act of taking responsibility is the commodity of trust enemy. Some of the stuff I'd say about agreements, by the way, I wanna speak just from it by mentor in. This was gay Hendricks. Dr gay Hendricks and his wife partner and co facilitator of light, Katie Hendricks and he's the one who taught me about being impeccable around agreements and it transform my life. What, what sort of agreements, do people have that are maybe unstated in their direct personal relationships with a partner or spouse? Bit bit caused friction in that relationship that are maybe like unserviced in your unaware of. Well, here's the deal, most people in their intimate relationship Bhavan gotten conscious around this have all kinds of unstated agreements. So, you know, you're coming home from a party that you went to an all of a sudden it gets icy cold in the car. Right. And then went partner turns the own said what Trump. Well, you talked a long time to so-and-so and it looked like you were flirting and it looked like you were touching. The person inappropriately, I'm there are boom now we're off to the races. Right. What we say all the time that all drama in relationships. Personal professional is caused by unaligned commitments that were commitment. We're not headed in the same direction or unclear on kept agreements, so, like, in couple of one of the things we say, you know, you oughta get really clear about what your green grievance are about how you're going to be involved with people outside of your couplets. It could be as simple as are we going to be monogamous? Are we going to be pal? Hammer. So we can have an open relationship, or are we going to have a close relationship? Is it okay? For me to have, you know, to flirt is flirting. Okay. Here's flirting Matt. Okay. Unless we get clear about all these agreements. They're just gonna keep me circulating in drama. We say that unless you get aligned on your commitments a commitment. I commit to be candidate in our relationship. So that notice that doesn't have who what an by Wim a commitment is more a moon launch my north star is that I'm going to reveal and not conceal in this relationship. I'm not going to hide and manipulate information my thoughts feelings judgements, I'm going to be transparent authentic in reveal. What can you see that in an intimate relationship? If one partner holds that you and the other partner goes now not so much. I'm going to reveal much as I need. In order to maintain what I wanna maintain when we say that, that unaligned commitment will Cavs constant recurring drama because it'll shop around money it'll shop around sex. It'll show up around the inlaws, it'll shop around the children. It'll shop around free time it'll show up.

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"hendricks" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"hendricks" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Of Kyle Hendricks. And he said, it's helpful because they pitch in the same division. So he gets to see him face. A lot of the same hitters the to swing and a foul off to the left and out of play. Cerberus team that was second in the majors in defensive runs saved a season ago and playing good defense again this year. There is stock is on the right side. The pitch that went down. In this fielding percentage of the league for the brewers here. Pretty efficient. Seven hundred. Number which is fourth in the National League. You just think I mean? Twin kaneohe their yelich on the infield are is really good really Perez when he plays. Outside of that. Much more to talk about the three to runner takes off. That's back to screen. So here's your talking to brewers people. Here's why they do. So well defensively it's not just that they shift so aggressively. But. In the end you look at their league defenders, you mentioned Cain arsia and with their shifting and their data. They.

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"hendricks" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"hendricks" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"Welterweight champion current uc middleweight although i think i heard you might drop back he's also a twotime nc two a division one national champion in wrestling a threetime finalists four time all american and a four time high school state wrestling champ how about those accolades pretty good right what's up how you doing johny hendricks big rig hey man we've been great been great thank you for asking what you've been up to the spring in your actually in two thousand eighteen we really haven't heard too much from you no that's the thing that really out then i've been coaching so i my last by i tried to you know i i wanted to renegotiate a contract and i got down like right now like to to and i want to get back down to one seventy and so i emailed him you know nothing really happened so i started coaching and i've been coaching high school wrestling for the for a while and actually enjoyed it and that's sort of what i've been doing you know keeping my weight load you know to hear what you don't wanna know that they have went out there when did you up see thing and they gave me a three months program to get down to one ninety five and i i was like if i'm gonna wait let me just wait you know and i got down to like two hundred the right now i'm walking around the two to three in the morning and.

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"hendricks" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"hendricks" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"And all the fun inside waddles world it's waddle and silvy on espn thousand cub starting pitcher kyle hendricks actually pitching a game like that i really just looked at it as an awesome opportunity peace joined the espn one thousand lineup to talk falls in strikes if if the ball touching the lines strike just what is a strike what is the ball and everything carb wilson yeah he's just so impressive he'll throw it whenever and rarely throws it away brought to you by schick extreme for disposable razors and fields auto grew stay tuned for the next kyle hendricks appearance on espn one thousand finding highly skilled accounting and finance professionals can be a challenge accountemps can help with accountemps extensive network of accounting and finance contractors you can be sure to find the right person for your exact visit accountemps dot com to learn more accountemps a robert half company wanna raise your that will help you stay smooth all the way through the playoffs check out the all new schick extreme for disposable razor with longerlasting blades affordably priced and loaded with a full roster of premium features chick extreme four is in a league of its own design with four titanium coated blades chick extreme ford delivers an extremely close and incredibly comfortable shave keep your game looking extra sharp with a built in extra edging blade it adapts to contours and helps you hit those hard to reach places and for you heavy hitters out there chick extreme four comes equipped with a high quality heavyweight handle to provide you with a comfortable grip that will not slip under pressure wanna look like an mvp shave lega pro try shaky extreme four disposable razors with longerlasting blades and enjoyed longerlasting confidence on and off the field affordable schick extreme for available now at walmart and walmart dot com longerlasting blades when compared to s t two i love the feeling of starting our work day don't you it's like getting ready for the big game.

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"hendricks" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"hendricks" Discussed on Here & Now

"Normally are and supporting roles of christina hendricks from a madman reta from my parks and recreation and and may whitman from parenthood and they play these three friends there are all struggling in their lives in the realized that they could improve their lives if they actually got together and robbed a grocery store where were may whitman senator uh works and they're all upstanding you know follow the rules kind of people who at found themselves in in places that they never expected to be they thought their lahser turn up better if they follow the rules and it turned out didn't work out that way and so um now what we have years we have a clip of the three of them talking and it looks like they're joking but really they're not southern deal all the stars were an initialling hey could get shot one can help he's got an when i heard any money they just want the money so we wanna manic ambition of a hero up any dick around with the registers the real money back in the hot you really work this out could you thought money off god me to sue toothless it it is it fair this is why our than usual saretta may whitman are pretending that they're joking but eventually they get around to actually doing it and this is the show that brings up a lot of issues about female empowerment the creator of the show talked about creating it uh in the wake of of trump's victory in feeling like women's issues were being swept under the rug and not not being paid attention to it here we have three strong female characters uh trying to find agency in their lives you know one of them christina hendricks characters being cheated on by her husband another one is married and has a child with a medical condition red is character and she needs a lot of money so that she can get treatment and and may whitman's character is kind of a a little lost and and and and adrift in trying to find her place in the world and and so to see these strong female stories being told and coming together in this uh in this series i think is really interesting note to strike at the end of february okay so good girls.

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"hendricks" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"hendricks" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Cast included you know two of my future exwives of elizabeth maasen less lupul dell and christina hendricks good lord but you're honestly if there wasn't um if you weren't able to binge watch staff i probably would not have gotten i understand yeah beer i started watching madmen when it was regular in a weekly on amc and then i stop for while but then i caught up binging and um i thought it was a good others gives a lot of good acting on that show um but yeah so put christina hendricks manonman she's on some show where they rob like a g a couple of other ladies rob a grocery store um our include as well this friend let it yeah oh readiness oh yeah that's right red is in it and there's three this christina hendricks greta and somebody else and they are there they're in debt the christina hendricks isn't a custody battle uh and i think red as daughter is sick and i can't remember what the other woman has of the financial issue so they just start robin i think is it called good girls yes okay although i'm i'm just i feel like the premises and can it be able to go too far less the thing it's like how long can you do any tiger series with that premise i mean uh you know i don't know so uh i always just like so disappointed when i see christina hendricks wither with her husband you know the dude she's mary to increase as guys just them dude he's now he was in he's an actor he have with the tests in he was in on duty to walk down the street would know him he was a an extra twelve he hit a next oil ease even dream oh you're than that he was that he was in.

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"hendricks" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday

See You Next Wednesday

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"hendricks" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday

"And um he uh he goes home early one day to find his wife uh was uh christina hendricks guard is a furry uh so she she's dressed up like a squirrel and she can she's in the bedroom with ron perelman was dress up like a wolf grow right and so that's where we are there they're talking about ferrari's for a while and stop guys were all uncomfortable right now ardour her just me yeah how did he did they then how do they do like the ex do they do like an explanation for like for the audience that doesn't know what yeah raids on right well and and they're like we don't have sex is not sexual it's about the cost to millions though when you know idea i wouldn't i'm not sleeping with your wife yeah and michael shannon goes out and gets really drunken he doesn't drink as drink this is wedding day and he gets super drunken his like fries and he got like a like a bunch of hunting here in the back of his the gory lowcost you know it's not a guerrilla cost what it is is like those kind of mohamoud ma ema shift yeah but he happens they'll have a guerrilla man outside sitting around as we would that onto the seventy runs through the town screaming and then everyone's like hey foot seer and he's i go do what he's so mres up his excuse me but it makes it ruin happy and then people are coming to the store in the towns been ravaged by new people coming does uh and and other you'll case he's gotta get to keep it up to keep the people happy because it's the holidays and uh.

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"hendricks" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"hendricks" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"Yeah it's a it's find that go back in revisit baths as a commentator ads kind of an interesting know here that this is the last payperview that vents whatever commentate bribers a yes and end the other the other fun thing is if i had the tomba would have gone back in counted how many or due date i got out now and on from our battered point i mean it he'd be that so many times that falls vanish in this paper view but uh yes was vince is last bowed paper viewed to be the play by play guy uh after this match we go backstage and we see sunny and doc hendricks bugging the superstar salon in usually they blur the south forever reason on the network ear they didn't i found that an interesting uh how do you think doc hendricks dead in this role because what alec back at it it is a better job better than i met and i mean i really wanted to buy all of this but it did a pretty good job well come on you can still you can still go with the fm dj guy is hits back yet rigs there everybody here with beautiful sunny sharing were at the hotline you do jidkov odd right now you'd like to find out what the losers in the winner's or say right after badges and we're going right now sunny use up next um i just always find that that funny but doc i thought dot net great job uh.

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"hendricks" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"hendricks" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Hendricks on the mound today for the cubs on this of foggy day i do think that the sun is starting to make some progress burning through the fog but still overcast here for the bottom of the first no score kyle hendrix who has spent a lot of time this year on the dal as his fifteenth scarred east foreign forward a three eight one era against denard spam leading off for the giants coming to you live for the hawaiian airlines broadcast booth strike one for on andric's kenny eased a change up an eighty two miles an hour like a batting practice basketball to start the game denard thought the actual game it started so he took the bp fastball it was not bp anymore now he takes a curve outside one and one that was pretty good pitch to hit to start the game but the one one span reaches and way out on the front foot osophy richards two hendricks as come out of the gate drawing slow and slower one at eighty two and a couple of seventy seven miles an hour janitors might be thinking so that's how it's going to be bruce bochy did say his velocity has been down the wind up and a onetwo bitch strike freeswinging he went up to eighty five and ended arch long leg it was ninety five one right through that pitch one out spanned retired and up gums writer jones cal hendricks was one of and arguably the best pitcher in the national league last year just twenty seven years old last year is his second full major league season first pitch to jones on the inside and writers swing to right through an eighty four mile an hour cutter he led the national league hendricks did last year with a two one three era you sixteen in eight you'll onpitch is foul dip straight back out a play for.

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"hendricks" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland

WRFR-LP Rockland

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"hendricks" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland

"Rugby james that was up from those guys have you hendricks and we're here uh on the show would often people the show change what was the lyrics so a the weather and it's going to be just like this 60s breezy 40s and breezy sluggish well it's summer as midspring gives you you have to go so lagos but i wanna thank our sponsors state of maine cheese rickman show possible and then but cable listen uh a couple of do one uh as you know the these are the waning days of the main legislature while the bills are taking a look at it was a bill on the community corrections and freely corrections as far as you can tell from el before nine two oh install people in in there so instead of into into jails in prisons and so we listen to some of that look like a lot of these things were fairly complicated popping up to the end of the session they finally go y the motion was the motion what table here okay so you'll find out what they didn't do as we go through so that the no so rental far has public bank information there was a bill before the main legislature annual learn what took place with that one that a skews that's l d to thirty seven and act to establish a state bank they've miramonte was chief sponsor other sponsors to rebel rug let us know all about the gift to him just a quick fleischer about this for but why don't we uh i'll take a short sound break and then we'll be right back with the great man himself ota in a role in style down.

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