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"hey buddy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

08:49 min | 2 months ago

"hey buddy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Field, ran a 4.44 40 unforced felons. Justin feels quite speedy at his pro day, according to people who Witness. The pro day Justin Fields stumbled out of the gate so he could have been faster. With that 444 40 by Justin Fields was the second fastest 40 time for quarterback. The fastest can you guys guess? Do you know who would want Nick? Was not How? Mark Jackson. That's uh it was not good guess, though. It was one Robert Griffin. The 3rd 2012 tailored off a 441 Robert Griffin is third, by the way, statistically had a really good year. Shanahan's running things with the Washington football team. Back in the day, Stone take a wild guess and say Jackson didn't run then. You're probably right. Believed any quarterback is faster than that. Dude, you're probably seriously when you mix in this shop could be wrong. But I highly doubt it looked up Lamar Jackson productivity if that exists. I mean that, But this guy's to 30. Stop him is a jet ski it? Forget it. I mean, he just He's so fast, so damn fast and I'll be honest with you. That's like I almost put that the same category. Is when they showed the highlight earlier this year of James Wiseman, shooting threes and stuff like that Great cool. Don't really need it. But if you could do it, I guess it's okay a quarterback they could run. It's nice. But I mean, I don't really need it. I need a guy that could move and then the guy that has instincts. I need the guy that knows when to slide up side left slide, right? I need a guy that can probably run a little bit. Uh, hey, buddy, keeps mentioning Tom Brady. He's one of the best ever. It's sliding up sliding back. I mean, But look, if if you're gonna be that good to not be able to run, like, Damn right, I mean, you're gonna be really good and like, really good. I'd like a guy who's athletic a little bit, you know, could get out run a little bit. I don't really care that he has a 45. Because you're not gonna be running for four inside of three yards like the 44 doesn't really help you when you're sliding up. Yard and a half. I mean, it helps you in the open field but again. It's like the cherry. I want a guy that could throw health. Steve Young's even said he was his best quarterback when he actually was in the pocket, not running around doing all those sort of things, so that's what I want. Does it help? Sure. But it isn't really movement like again like a center that shoots threes like okay, It's cool, I guess, but out really needed. I don't really it did that said I want to see other things first. Before I see that. That's the beauty of fields and Lance. These guys could do both making you both. I don't know It's it's weird because, you know, you'll get all the athletes on D and these Leonard Floyd edge rushers who were just come flying off the edge, and they're so athletic. They can get like parallel to the ground, and they can still still keep their feet. I mean, it just, um there's such athletes that I don't know. I think I'd like to have some mobility and my quarterback, But you know, somebody pointed out today that in one of the things I was reading that look at this. Look at what Fields is. He was the most accurate guy in the league in college football. And he runs for force and its £230. I mean, how many guys who have that kind of Profile really have ever failed. I mean, it's such a rare profile, so I would he's you know, I know there's there's negatives and held the ball too long and listen that needs to be coached up. But man, he sure is exciting. Upside potential of the most accurate quarterback who can throw it 60 yards at the flick of a wrist and run for four. You still gonna be able to do it from the pocket bank is reasonable Leave guys that maybe Lance and fields can both succeed from the pocket. Lamar Jackson did not run at his pro day back in 2018 cars. There's talk. I mean, you didn't need to when he probably that's that's a smart move. Not probably it was a smart move. So you don't get picked with by the unintelligent of where he's a running quarterback. Look how fast he's running quarterback smart move by the Mark Jackson his people to throw at his pro day back in 2018. Approve his true quarterbacking abilities and that let his blinding speed overshadow his ability to throw the ball. I'm looking here, though it there's unofficial. War that Lamar Jackson ran like a 438 40 when he was in college. Come on, man, That's that didn't stop it. Stop it. 434. I'm sorry I gave him 400 shorted that I shouldn't have. He ran a 434 at a lab team testing. Back in 2017 You run that fast. I'm gonna need to ask for a hair and urine sample. I need to know what you're on s so I could give me some of that. Here's the thing I think in. Look, we've seen it from Lamar Jackson. We've seen Him and he could be very uneven. Inside the pocket. I mean, just, you know, really good than not good in the movies and always relate the quarterback who was always the best athlete on the field. And didn't have to make all the throats because his feet could take care of a lot of them. Ah, lot of a lot of situations. To the the old school center in basketball That was just so big and so dominant. He didn't have to work on post moves because he just overpowered people. Shack was kind of that way. I think initially, I think People kept talking about it is feeding his post moves while he was getting better at him, And eventually he had a nice little jump hook. Missile drops step and he had. He had a lot better feet than people give him credit for. But when you're a young shack, it's like, Why would I shouldn't jump hook when I could just crab horrible in smash on someone's faith. That's a share, too. Why even white white even worry about that, but eventually You get a point where guys can well, in this case, Connie guard him. I mean, he was just he was big and powerful and just dominate his entire career. But you've got to come up with something. I think with a lot of the quarterbacks Like Michael Vick in the Mar Jackson come to mind. They just were so dominant. They were the best player on the field period, regardless of position that it was like I could do this, but I mean, this is easy. Johnny Manziel trying to win football games. I'm just trying to win football games. And this is easiest way to win football games. Where is the center? Be like we're trying to win this easiest way to score. What is you to turn around jumper when I don't need to go so I think a lot of it is having to say you know what? I don't I don't want to do this. I can, but I need to. I need to build a harness this and I think Steve made that transition throughout his career. Which is a member of telling the story, Guys, They're like, Dude, you need to stop running. You need to stop running around. You know, It's not just about you. You know, we need we're out here. We need to get the ball and this is the offense. And he realized that the job of the quarterback was from the pocket. And then if you had to use it, and stuff didn't feel you could use the other stuff. But not as a quick like okay, I'm gone. I'm out of here. He's not open. I'm out of here. Let me work through my progressions. And then I can still move around like I think Brady is one of the best ever at it. Just sliding. He did. I mean, he's so good. He's incredible. It slides up slides left moves here moves their rolls. His shoulders. Breeze was really good at that, too. And and Russell Wilson's really good at it too. Well, Russell run a little bit but isn't running so much as he used to, But he's really good at getting small in the pocket. We just get small tucks his shoulders and guys fly by and escape ability. That's what you're asking. Yeah, he does. It's not like Let me run for a lot of years. Let me escape. Let me just get let me let me escape, and then I can see what's going on down field again That I'm not saying that they don't have it. I'm not saying that that Lance and fields don't have it. Even Zac Wilson's have really good athlete as well. I just wanted I just wanted to know that, you know, I think it's guys they want to beat you from the pocket first, but I still think that's where you win. After you win games. I don't know enough about I've seen them all. Except for Lance. I've seen all these guys, but I couldn't tell you like Who's gonna be the guy Larry as the best question and I've said this for years..

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Some South Florida residents are getting Covid shots without appointments

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

01:23 min | 4 months ago

Some South Florida residents are getting Covid shots without appointments

"There have been multiple reports that with the difficulties getting appointments, whether by phone or on the online portals Now people are spreading word of mouth. Some of these locations like CB Smith Park. Like Vista View Park in Broward County, Maybe Markham Park. People apparently have been showing up, making the line without an appointment and getting shots. I personally know. Three people who did this yesterday got their first shot of vaccine. Now I'm not saying not encouraging anybody. Go out and get in these lines. Sometimes it could be two or three hours long. These are for people with appointments. I'm just saying that there have been people. We've been able to get in line and get those shots even though they have not had appointments. Then there are the others who say Hey, buddy. Go to this place and ask for something so And they have done that. Lo and behold, they've gotten their shots. So People out there are trying to do the right thing. To get people those doses of shots so they could begin being protected. And they're doing it. Outside of the realm of the state, and the municipalities have put together with these appointments, sites and the phone numbers and all

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Tom Curley discusses sowing the seeds for an amazing 2021

Photofocus Podcast

05:10 min | 6 months ago

Tom Curley discusses sowing the seeds for an amazing 2021

"We have a great show today and i guess it's do i get to introduce our guest. Now ask please. We've done yeah. We have the perfect guest to wrap up twenty twenties. Podcast series Tom curley joins us today. And what a background. He said the date is still having he and i have worked together for years. Going back to is fuji film days and then panasonic lumix and the ambassador program and now in the world of travel photography and education. He's one of the most approachable guys in the industry. Always there to help. Artists raise the bar on the quality of their business. It might be marketing and sometimes it might even be Their skill set in terms of how they're shooting what they're doing best of all. He loves imaging and while he doesn't earn his living as a working photographer. He's built a bran based on everything else takes a stellar reputation and stay focused on the end game instead of everything that gets in our way all the time during the process. He's also my best example of what i love most about our industry. It's the friendships that come out of everyone's love for the craft. So hey buddy. If i haven't screwed something up technically shamir will have to fix. This is the cue for your lips to move. Welcome to mind your own. Business will thank you. Skip a thrilled to be here today. I love the show. Thank you chamara. i'm not sure. What makes me the perfect guest but thank you anyway. Well i'll tell you. What makes you the perfect guest. It's the diversity in your background and the number of photographers. You have worked with over the years that that. Appreciate everything you've ever done and even a few out there that maybe didn't appreciate it at the time but sure did later on. I mean you really have been a tremendous help to so many people in this industry so i am blessed to have been able to work with so many people so many talented people with passion for photography and i hope to continue that for a long long time for us tom. Everybody in the in the industry speaks so highly of you. And that's gotta be for a reason right you know. That's why we're so excited to have you on the on the show our guest today in skip mentioned the diversity in your background and you know i want to kick us off with your with our favorite first question about your background. Can you tell us how you got started in. The photography industry will sure like so many of us in the in the industry. We started off with a camera in our hands. Probably on the you know the high school yearbook Committee as the photographer that was me. I knew i loved photography at the time and planned to go to college to pursue an education but wasn't quite sure i wanted to be behind the camera As a primary objective. So i got into the boat the science and the business management side of it so i knew i would be Involved in the photo industry If not taking pictures What i ended up doing Was getting a degree in Photofinishing technology at the time. The primary objective was to make four by six prince photos as efficiently and economically as possible. And that's what we did for a long long time. Think about it now. When's the last time you had four by six made. Maybe maybe we have but Most people these days aren't printing like we used to remember twin prints. You got to four by six prints with every exposure on your role of film. Okay well enough about that. Obviously i had to pivot. I did kind of fast forwarding. Really quickly here. What i found is that With the don of digital photography. I saw something on the horizon that i couldn't quite put into focus. And that was the tech side of it computers so i started early on and it wasn't cheap. I remember my first. The desktop computer I think it cost me three thousand dollars. I might have had twenty Make a bite hard drive. But we learn computers earned digital so by the time that rolled around in the nineties I felt that i was in a comfortable space to get out of optical analog printing photography that is and Put away the developer tanks. You know and. I'm on the computer

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"hey buddy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:57 min | 9 months ago

"hey buddy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Buddy. It's critical. Hey, buddy. It's critic I upon the crooked cop show Game four of the giant Siri's with the Arizona Diamondbacks and this will be the 10th and final time The D backs and the Giants do battle, but Something significant happened. Earlier this week when baseball lost Hall of Famer Lou Brock, the legendary Lou Brock at age 81. You know it got me thinking about What Lou Brock was all about, and I had the good fortune to be able to play against Lou Brock and I got to know him a little bit. He was. I had a hard time getting a guy out and you know, he was a small guy, but He was He was a base stealer. And the reason I bring this up as we pay tribute to him and remember him. Is that his His game. Being able to steal a base. It. It doesn't even exist Hardly anymore in the big leagues Now, I mean, if you want, I remember playing the Cardinals and he was playing and he would if he got on base your trouble he would, and I was a rookie. And and I He just messed with me. I had nothing for him. I could, and I couldn't even give a catcher a chance to throw him out. He was that good. But I just remembered how much he upset me how much? He messed with my mind. And now you just don't see players that do that anymore. It's on Twitter today, Johnny bench. Tweeted out that Lou Brock was his biggest challenges a catcher. So I can imagine if it was a challenge for Johnny Bench. How much of a challenge who would have been for you? Especially if you're young player? It would be interesting to see What managers and what organizations would do now with Lou Brock. Or Ricky Henderson. Would they put a stop sign on him? Would they tell them? No. You know what? We value you, Mohr at first, then we do trying to get you to second. It would be interesting to see if they do that. Because both those guys were in the Hall of Fame, and one of the reasons they're in the Hall of Fame is because they stole bases. With organizations still Maury Wills to stop. Uh, so it would be really, really interesting to see how that would play out. Because your right I mean, you mean Austin's later leaves the giant since in stolen bases. With six new comedy, I think leads the D'backs with To be in the team. Just so run their their obvious running situations. Now that we see all the time we had one the other day ratio, Durban was that First base with two outs. Remember who the hitter was. But the object is to get a guy in scoring position. He fast. He knows how to steal a base. But there wasn't one attempt And that's just the way things are Now. It such as the Giants, It seems like it's that way with everybody. But you know, it's a lot easier for pitchers. I mean, you think about it used to be. You had to learn how to hit leadoff mean there was technique involved. You had to be ableto, but you had to be ableto take pitches. You had to be ableto. You know, gets got reports to take back to your team with what you saw. You had to be able to take walks. You had to be able to steal a base and, uh and now you just don't see any more, But I will say this about Lou Brock. You know, he was more than just I mean, he was a little guy. I mean, you don't think of him as being a power guy. But one of the great stories about Lou Brock was that he played in the Polo grounds. The Polo Grounds in New York, where the Giants played in dead center. It was 483 ft. And there's only a handful of guys that ever hit over walls. Murphy. I think there's only two And he was he was so Lou Brock. Your contribution, the game respected, revered We salute you. It's right, and we'll tip one to you tonight. Screwed.

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Trump calls for drug tests before Biden debate

Ace and TJ

04:34 min | 10 months ago

Trump calls for drug tests before Biden debate

"The president trump has spoken to the Washington Examiner yesterday in the Oval Office and he saying that he would like Joe Biden and himself to take drug tests before the debates begin next month. And they asked him why do you think that Joe Biden might be on drugs INCAS, listen I I'm pretty good at this stuff. He says that Joe Biden performed very well during the debate against Bernie Sanders and he said there's just no way. He can pull it together that quickly let's bless you. Nice little sticky. Your. Trump says he takes one aspirin a day, but he would like drug tests. The V. Before the debate start I think it's at the end of next month and to September Well, you know what he's doing, right? No he saying Yawkey accused me of so much stuff out of nowhere. This. Just so ridiculous even even trying to get me out of office with impeachment and all these things that were made up none of it ever. True. I'm. GonNa Start Making up some stuff on you I'm just going to start coming up with things out of the blue. To throw a show, see what it's like. He did have an interesting about the debate. He said, well, it's a prize fight. It's no different from gladiators except we have to use our brain and our mouth and our body to stand I want all standing. They want to sit down which I thought was an interesting thing. I WANNA be standing during the debate. They won't have chairs so I duNNo. A lot of posturing at this but the part of that is strength. Of, strength. vice. President Cheney has major major heart problems. So when he was in the vice presidential debates when it was he and Bush were the the team. He had to sit down for his because of his heart condition and that was part of the agreement with that. But if you're not, if you're not having, you know if you don't have any kind of health condition that would prevent you from stain I thought they would do. You remember or not but. I thought they would do several debates in several different ways like one would be standing. One would be sitting would be a town hall kind of setting the way I, remember there there are stools and when it was your turn to speak, you would stand and or and so that with the other person was speaking, you'd go back and sit on your stool. Then when it was your time, you would stand and. Come forward to speak to the people in the room that was one of Hillary Clinton's big complaints about one of those debates where they had the stools in a town hall setting and instead of when he was done, he wouldn't go sit back in his chair he kinda stand eight feet or so behind her and just kind of pace back and forth and she said she felt at ver as like it was. What do you call that? He was talking her coming like he was stalking her and trying to be you know what that's called that's called Gamesmanship. What people do he figured out? I'm not going I'm going to change this up. I'm GONNA throw her off her game by I'm not GONNA, sit? I'm going to stand. It's it's it's strategy. Yeah I. Remember when I remember this because I'm ninety one years old. But during the Bush Al Gore debate when they were doing the townhall went on the stools and Bush, was answering a question that was asked to him and Al Gore. Walk Right and got in his face. And he stopped and looked at him like Hey. Buddy. And then just went on with the stuff was a great. You know you've got a good laugh out of it. I mean he taxes he's privacy going. Hey if you get on my space yeah, I, remember that because it was a big deal that. Gore tried to intimidate him in Bush just kind of made everybody laughed in Gore had to step back and then it. A mistake that Al Gore may again, they do all kinds of that little strategy game what they say when they shake hands, what do they say because a lot of times people will say something to kind of make you reek wha, what did that mean rise to make you think before you start but in the the the Romney Campaign Against Obama that vice presidential debate biden wipe the floor. With the what's his name? The Republican? He was the speaker of the House and he he's a Paul Ryan. All Ryan. Yeah he's a he's a fake. Yeah. Fake conservative. And Yeah Biden. whipped him in the debate. Yes. So he's he's not a bad debater if he's if he's Going on his own. So the strategy begins now I guess, of course,

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"hey buddy" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"hey buddy" Discussed on WJR 760

"Target the FBI and the media were doing everything they could to convince trump that he wasn't a target that there was nothing really serious nothing to see here and trump fired call me in part because call me wouldn't go public and say that trump was not a target if women had survived as national security adviser then it would have put it would have made the ongoing investigation of trump after he's inaugurated impossible when would have known everything about it as national security by he would've been proven privy to every aspect the investigation he gonna shut it down here to recognize it for what it is they had to get rid of him they had to get him out of there if they were going to continue the investigation of trump which was paramount which was mandatory because they had to do whatever they could the reverse the election results in two thousand sixteen so they sit flat up they set one up they interviewed Flynn in the White House without telling him he was being interviewed without warning him what would happen if he made misstatements without telling him he could have had a wider they staged it Hey buddy welcome to Washington welcome to the administration really up we are great to be working with just a conversation walking down the hall it was a total total set up anyway there's more but I have a break that I have to take we'll do that be back with more joining rush twenty four seven if you become a member that's when you can watch the program on the digital camera that's when you can stream the program alive and access the podcast of each program stunning video commercial.

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I Saw A Playhouse, My Daughter Saw A Jail

Modern Love

06:10 min | 1 year ago

I Saw A Playhouse, My Daughter Saw A Jail

"Year old grandson. Leo WRAPS HIS ARM. Around my neck as we leave the diner in Barre Vermont where his mother Anna a my wife or having breakfast because Leo will not stop throwing utensils across the table. I offer to take him to a nearby hardware store to explore environment where he cannot wreak as much. Havoc after protracted than chaotic. Adolescence are younger daughter. Anna has just begun her final year of college. This boy with flax blond hair light blue eyes as a gift to the family. She's been trying to flee for the last decade toy cars real trained mechanical objects of all size fascinate Leo. He and I spend time together exploring lumber yards railroad depots and any highway department of possesses road grader. An excavator or adopt truck as we enter the hardware store the middle aged woman. Working the cash register says Oh my Lord. Can I hold that baby? After Leo completes his first romantic conquests we move toward merchandise. He cannot destroy metal fastness plastic pipes and rope. But when I'm distracted for a moment he takes a large two sockets switch from a waist high. Been Hey buddy. I whisper returning to soccer to the shelf. Stuff is dangerous. I punt the plugs junction boxes and fluorescent lights sang this as he lays his head against my shoulder and smiles sweetly. I don't WanNa make my grandson fearful but I feel the need to protect them. When we reached the wood products island examined things more freely. I built your mommy a playhouse. One summer I say that summer in my attempt to turn our suburban quarter Acre Lot child's Paradise Island how to do post pour cement hang for joyce work with oil base paints and framework but during the months. I worked on it. Anna who was nearing ten began to turn her back on childhood. By the time I completed the playhouse at some his end she wouldn't have been caught dead a year earlier when gone to London for six months. Atta who didn't understand why she could not have as much freedom. As a sixteen year old sister had demanded the right to explore our neighborhood by herself and wondered too Hamster Heath a wilderness. It is almost the size of central park with the new am more liberated friends. She had made them when we return to upstate. New York Anna now. In fourth grade began producing prizewinning short stories and science projects. We felt lucky to have such an accomplished. If rather muteness daughter the first signs of genuine teenage rebellion appeared when she was eleven on a week. Long Raft trip in Idaho. Egged on by a sixteen year old girl from the suburbs of Los Angeles. Anna began shadowing the teenagers. Who Spends Evenings Smoking Exotic Han road cigarettes among the Ponderosa Pines at surrounded our campsites later that year my wife and I took a six month academic sabbatical and Berkeley California and pull down from school to do so. When we return the dynamic of her former friendships had changed and she found herself excluded whereupon she quickly fell in with a crowd of outcasts on the lookout for new recruits. Soon teenagers wearing PROLI- shadows spike dog collars and black leather could be found in our house all hours. Anna began ignoring curfews refusing to tell us where she was going and coming home. Strange cars I had spent. Years is the Whitewater Guide in the ADIRONDACKS. Axe and Anna had love being there with me even serving as my assistant several times. Thinking return to that life might be the cure for rebelliousness. I took her to the adirondacks for a rafting trip but every time I gave her instructions and interaction that in the past has demonstrated. Closeness are now got a sullen stare. The kind that said that I did not understand or respect. How does this happen? How does a child who spends her early life glued to your hip suddenly turned into a person? Who seems convinced that you put on earth simply to frustrate her and visions and dreams? Of course I understood of feelings my own father and I had a distant relationship in which much of what I received from them was whether in criticism unable to appreciate my father's frustrations and limitations which included periodic unemployment debilitating illness. I had spent my own teenage years retreating from his disatisfaction and rage. But I was going to be a different Canada for the one who would use reason not rage even so I didn't fully see that my hope would not automatically become her hopes. I didn't understand how few Thailand naive was my goal of trouble-free adolescence for my younger daughter

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Beyond Technique: Relationship Building in Music Photography with Steve Brazill

Photofocus Podcast

09:25 min | 1 year ago

Beyond Technique: Relationship Building in Music Photography with Steve Brazill

"This Shamir young and I'm joined by my co host and expert of Excellence Skip Cohen. That's a heavy one of excellence standard. You hold very high standard. At least my goal is to hold that. Let's talk just for a second about the excitement around Plateau ball planned. You have been involved working with the team at Plata pod Oh I guess we started last September and you were especially involved in a lot of the Behind the scenes work and putting together the kickstarter campaign. But I just WanNa make one comment. This is an experience that I've never been involved with before in terms of a kickstarter campaign. But it's one thing to do a campaign it's another thing to have a product that is so well designed and thought out and I know the tagline for Plateau pod his ban you know returning the upside down because Dr T. invented a ball head. That literally is upside down from the standard ball head. And there's so many BENEFA- no it's it's so fascinating and it has been humbling and so inspiring at the same time to see the interest that that's been flooding in for this Plateau Ball. I mean photographers. They're placing their orders. They can't wait and they're simply excited about how much easier this new plan ball is going to make their lives. When they're out in the field shooting I mean it is literally like you mentioned. It's redesigned from the ground up. Well the part of this. That's so cool is that we're coming up on. Fourteen hundred photographers that are backers of the product and their backers one because of the quality too because Plata pod has always delivered and kept their promises in past kick starters and three. Because there's a big savings whether you're going with the Ergo or the elite which has the electronic level indicator Built in and it's just been it's just been exciting and I just want to remind everybody we don't WanNa turn this into a full-blown infomercial. Even though it is but the fun thing about working with with plateau pod and DR T- This is a company that really believes in supporting the industry. And it's a it's a mom and pop company with great design and great ideas and if you're at W. PPI next week because this airs before Wpi come by booth ten twenty nine because plateau ball both of them will be set up and demonstrated along with the entire Plateau pod line and we also want to make sure people know to check it out. Plant at plannable DOT com. So if you go to play dot com right now the kickstarter page will show up and you can look at all the cool features of this brand new ball head from its twenty two pound capacities accurate to half a degree. I mean it has one touch controls a really it becomes an extension of your hand so plottable dot com. Check it out so this is going to be a kick today because this podcast is going to hit that. Excellent level known as the rats on K. C. A. L. F. M. We'VE GOT STEVE RAZZLE JOINING US Today. And he's a well respected radio personality. He's alive music photographer. And he hosts. What's become one of my favorite podcasts? Called behind the shot now. The Fun thing about Steve is that he was able to put his love for music and photography together. And I guess you'd say the rest is you know simply history but it's great history. We're going to talk about his career as an artist the importance of relationship building. And who knows what else is gonNA come up along the way now the other part of this that I love and this is you know for our listeners out there you know cyberspace can be a very bizarre place sometimes but what a kick of out of when you look at the friendships that come out of cyberspace. And that's what's happened with me and Stephen we're kind of testimonial to that. I called Steve after the interview. Dr t the founder of Plata pod. After last year's Photoshop World in Las Vegas and I wanted to be able to take a segment of that clip Of His interview with with Dr T. and be able to share it and a blog post That we were doing on the plateau pod DOT COM ball Blog while that led to a few more conversations and next week we're finally going to catch up for dinner together during the PPI show and it's a kick everybody when you've only known somebody online and you finally get to sit down with him in person. So hey buddy if I haven't gone too long and screwed up technology here. This is the for your lips to move. Welcome to be on technique. I thank you both for having me very much and there is there is so much. I want to answer to what you just said. First of all The Master of excellence that you are really. You need to be the interview The the Plata pod relationship the way I met you through Dr T. Is still one of my favorite things. That's ever happened to me online. And one of my shows on behind the shot is because of that relationship. So that's really a good place to go today as well sounds good us definitely see. We are so thrilled to have you. And before we get into the juicy details you know it's an your experience is impressive during FM personality. You're a journalist. You're a music photographer. You're a podcast. Can you tell us about your journey and how you got into what you're doing today especially with photography? Yeah it it. I think started probably like a lot of people in that when my son was born. I should back up and stay that my background my training. I'm an IT person. So I'm always around technology. I'm a Geek by heart when my son was born and we wanted pictures. I started taking pictures with whatever camera was around but when he was in high school in marching band and he was out on a high school football field and marching around playing drums. I went into a camera store and I said to somebody. My son's marching band is marching around faraway. I'm up in the stands trying to photograph him. What do I need to get pictures of my son and the person behind the camera a counter? This was at one of the old Ritz. Camera's if you remember the chain Ritz camera and they said to me. Well you know. Here's a and here's a cannon you could take either one and I picked cannon simply because it was more comfortable in my hand it was an old cannon at Ti and he said okay. You're going to need some different lenses. So here's a seventy two three hundred F. Three point five two five six or a seventy two two hundred F two point eight and my response. Not knowing anything about photography was well that one is a three hundred and that one's a two hundred zero three hundred 's better and the camera's black and the lenses white they don't match so the seventy two three hundred is better. It's the largest mistake I've ever made in photography choosing that Lens and yet that really is where my love of photography started because as a Geek. I had to sit down and figure out why when I'm sitting up in football stands photographing my son on a football field I would be at seventy millimeters exposed perfectly. I would zoom into three hundred and all my shots were wrong and it was because it was a variable aperture Lens. I had to learn very quickly. What an exposure triangle was. Because I made the mistake of buying a lens that didn't fit my needs necessarily and that's really where my love of photography started was was that. Wow this is so great. I never thought you would be the one that I would meet that at one time in his life really didn't know the difference between an F stop and a bus stop. I it's I had no idea and it's I joked now that if I had known when I was younger that really photography is Geeky I would have been doing it all my life but I really had no idea the detail that you could get into if you wanted. But you don't have to if you don't want and I fell in love with it very very quickly and again to me. The analysis portion of trying to figure out why is my exposure changing. Just because I zoomed just taught me so much. It forced me to learn photography the right way to capture the good pictures of my son marching in in marching band and literally at that. That thing changed my life.

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Rainforest Dwellers and Urbanites Have Consistently Different Microbiomes

60-Second Science

02:20 min | 1 year ago

Rainforest Dwellers and Urbanites Have Consistently Different Microbiomes

"Our microbiomes. The tiny organisms UNISOM that live on us in Innis can influence our health and a recent study looked microbiome composition diversity depending on where and how we live given the same latitude and climate across South America. We found a gradient over bunny stations from a jungle houses hats off. Marion people leaving traditional lifestyles. All the way to a modern CD Lake Manas was the differences in microbes from our houses and from our a skin and differences in exposure to chemicals. Microbiologist Maria Gloria Dominguez Peyot from Rutgers University. She and her colleagues collected samples from people pets pets and spaces in homes like the kitchen bathroom and bedrooms. They analyzed bacteria. Fungi parasites chemicals and they found two trends As you go from the rainforest to a farm to a town to the city of House with increasing using population density we are exposed to a higher diversity of fungi. We carry more diversity of fungi in our skin. Hey Buddy nowhere got. We lose microbial diversity. The study is in the journal Nature Microbiology. Urban homes US more more chemical cleaners than do rural or rainforest homes and they're more likely to be built out of synthetic materials so city residents are burdened with more chemicals including including metabolites of cleaners detergents paints in and on their bodies. In addition the microbes of urban dwellers are far more like each other than they are like the more healthful mix found in the rainforest. Domingos Baeau thinks one reason is that we are two isolated from natural landscapes. We have grown culturally very anti anti dirt. We we call dirt there at the end. You know we call the soil dirt and that already has a connotation of undesirable they are bowl perhaps city living could be a bit healthier with fewer chemicals from cleansers and more microbes from what gets

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"hey buddy" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"hey buddy" Discussed on KPCC

"Obliged Hey buddy can you take the spit bucket I ain't using it anymore yeah Jeanine that's my personal my them. he look any get it everyone knows you only get one first wedding okay but here's the thing movies and stuff they tell you that your husband's going to be your everything you know but he won't can't you can't expect that I mean they're gonna be good things but there's also going to be disappointing things and that's why you have a girlfriend yeah yeah and and we're still girlfriends just not on my wedding day I knew Pete he did me well you said his brother's car on fire you should if texted me that. that's the kind of stuff that makes me think maybe it's better if you sit this one out. do you find a guy with health insurance and suddenly you're too good for your best friend. you know he does have great health insurance yeah you can pass that on after were married I'm getting a mammogram like every week. do you know what me at your wedding because you don't want people to think you're like me no not at all I mean we are very different but I love you I guess I could tell people your wedding was family only Hey I'm going to wear white if that tells you what a charade this whole thing is. we've got twenty years together you've been with him what three and a half all four if you count the six months we spent sitting next to each other at your arson trial see. you wouldn't even know each other if it weren't for me to look me in the face and tell me your okay with me not coming to your wedding well it you know it's hard to see your face since you're drinking three glasses of Bourbon at once so just do it but I'm I'm okay with you not coming to my wedding. weddings don't mean anything it's one day because you know what once Pete nice start growing apart and taking each other for granted and all that who do you think I'm going to need more than anything me that's right. Hey can you at least use that sweet health insurance to grad missiles and how absolutely..

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Jason Momoa, Hawaii And Kardashian Karen discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

The South Florida Morning Show

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Jason Momoa, Hawaii And Kardashian Karen discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

"I don't speaking of movies by the way I write a lot I watched well I I take it back I tried to watch for men what did you think it sucks I thought it was terrible I couldn't really mission I was like this is this is ridiculous but they were in the process of filming Aquaman too and apparently they had to stop it because Jason Momoa got hit by a bulldozer over the weekend he's the vain he's pro testing the construction of this huge giant telescope that's taking place in Hawaii but it's supposedly take all that thing and I'd say Kardashian Karen and this story last week yeah okay he was out there in eighty still disturbing for the bulldozer the bulldozer item yeah you know it was is that Hey buddy this is two hundred Bucks he made my fame able really to want to make this sequel gets the first can you run over my leg the first one sock it was it was like a joke yeah I I I get to the the first like I had seen wearing no clothes to be you know like you know a lot of fight in in space are under water and like this looks like a cartoon it's

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"hey buddy" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"hey buddy" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"The hey buddy, generally, I yeah, yeah, hey buddy put your shoes on. Hey, buddy and Bergman. Hey, buddy? Hey, buddy? That sound that sound. He is right? It is a hey, buddy generation, like I still my wife gets mad at me because sometimes with my five year old my daughter. I'll be like I'll do the thing my parents used to do, which is I in middle name our heroes, you need to get over here right now. And then like my wife's like she's only five that's no, that's no, that's what I say. I said, no, I turned out relatively. Okay. And that's how you know, my parents were way worse. They would have been like yelling involvement in that, right? With that earlier. I got the belt. Yeah. I got the belt and the spoon. I got I've told you the story. I. Boom. Yeah. Church when you to tell that story when you say you'd gotten away with. So I was like eleven or twelve at this point, and my mom tried to hit me. Right. She didn't hit me that often, but she did try to smack me, and I did the Daniel son, high block on all right. And she was willing feeling pretty good. Then she's just kind of stood back and just kind of looked at me. Not at, like, okay, mother bleeper that you. And then I went to go play video games, or whatever it was. I was doing. And she waited for me. And as soon as I got up to go wherever I was going the kitchen and bathroom, whatever all I see as I'm walking out of the frame of my room is a broom ahead of a broom, right on my face, and then she flew back into the bed. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, the statue of limitations on that is over. Absolutely is my dad would do the indirect discipline where he'd yell at my mom to yell at us. Yeah. Yeah. Donna tell these kids to shut off. It was never. Hey, buddy? Never. Hey, buddy? Never. Hey, buddy built man it was my mom was the former Oakland police department. So when I think of belts, all the thin Beller the thick though has hit the thick Bill. So when it folded over it's like almost four inches of built. Yep. Yep. So I, I had a buddy whose Nicaraguan right? And his parents, his dad used to make him in his sisters when they were little, and they do something around, they'd get the bell, and he would tell them he walked them into the bedroom. He'd opened the door and the belts would be hanging on, like a rack and he'd go pick the bell, he'd made them big, the Bill while sinister. So what does your tell me that? When we started the show, the raptors were favored. No. I told you that. Yeah. The raptors were minus one. It's now warriors favored by one. Now. You go. Yeah. Let's see. Right here. Yeah. It's flipped. Yeah. It was eighty actors minus one and a half. So now two and a half point swing. Whoever wins game five there. It is when the series, especially Toronto specialist what sex coming up on the big. It's a shortened. Extravaganzas. We get you ready for game five in Toronto. Kurkin Inaba hanging out. We'll be discussing all these things that we kind of discussed here and I do want to get to the Rondo story. Kurt. Kurt rondo. He went on the record talked about the young guys dealing with the trade. It's not new stuff, but it is new information. Okay. Not a new topic. I tend to grant is at valvoline, breaking news. It is not breaking news sponsored by valvoline. Hey, buddy? Mike trae. Yeah. That's exactly how LeBron Manjit though. Hey buddy, you might get your. Oh, McDonald's minister. Is. Kendrick Perkins, by the way. We'll stop by three fifty five so half an hour tonight cool ever wins again five yeah. We'll win the series specially. Hey, buddy, your shows over time to go. Sodano showed actually. SPN LA.

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Bill Hader on Barry | Interview

The Big Picture

07:20 min | 2 years ago

Bill Hader on Barry | Interview

"Double sized episode of the big picture. This is a conversation show with filmmakers, and we're talking to a few of them today. The first of which you may have heard of his name is Bill hater he is. Of course, the creator the writer producer, and sometime director of a little show called Barry show on HBO that we love here at the wringer. I talked to Bill about making Barry, but more specifically just about movies because men this guy knows a lot about film, and he's really fun to talk to you. He put me on to a bunch of movies. I think if you're interested in the wider world of movies in the history of the medium, you'll enjoy this chat. And then right after that, we're going to have another interview with two people. I really admire the actress Mary Kay place who you may recall from things like the big chill. She was an EMMY winner in the seventies. She's been steadily working as an actress for the last forty years and the critic turned filmmaker and documentarian Ken Jones. Kent's first film as a narrative film maker is called Diane and Mary Kay. The star of that movie, and it's a really beautiful intimate complex portrait of a person nearing the end of their life. And how things change around them as they approach that stage. So please stick around after Bill to listen to that one. But before that, let's go right to Bill Hader. Joined by actor writer, director producer all kinds of stuff ill hater, hey, buddy. How are you? I'm doing good. So bill. This is a show where we talk about movies, and you made a TV show, but you are like the all-time movie buff. Yeah. And so I wanna talk about berry as kind of a filmmaking property. What do you think? Yeah. It'd be great now. Most people kind of friends who were like, it's kinda just, you know, a four hour movie that we've broken up into eight is that how you can send it as like. Well, the way we write it. I had never written in a in a traditional TD writing room writer's room before the only one had really been in outside of Santa live of south park. And finally kind of knew what those guys did. And it was kind of like their their shows have, you know, a three acts, and so you were kind kinda just it was never really written in order. It was kind of. We know this needs to happen. Then at some point this happens, and then towards the end, maybe this happens, and then you're kind of finding scenes at connect these things, and then it all starts changing. So I kind of did that. But with with eight episodes, I would just put one two to four one through eight up on the bore whiteboard. I would just start plotting, and you know, season one it was like, okay. So, you know, end of episode to be really good. If you know, they had this thing for rhyme Addison embarrassed starting to realize, you know, e- seizes father speak in rhyme. Adam's, father speaking, he realizes. Oh, gosh. You know, he didn't you've never seen that side of it before, you know. And then maybe it's good if you know Vaujour's following them that'd be good. You know in the in the, you know, the the way call it his his friends from Chris in those guys military guys they come in around episode. Owed four or five. So question Mark, you know, more friends years, your puzzle PC, and you're just kind of laying it out, but you laid out as a full things. So, you know, by eight it's like, I just know eight forever just had moss versus berry at the end. And we had no idea where that took place or what happened. But I I've felt and we all kind of felt like they should have she should figure it out. You know? So we knew that was at the end of eight at the end of the last episode, but we didn't know how that would happen is that more similar to the way you'd read a movie, I mean, I don't know. I I mean, I everyone has a different way of doing it some people the idea out of outlining is for bowdoin in people. I think because screen play unlike a novel novel can be as long as you want screenplay should be about under twenty pages. And when you're structuring a story for film or. Television. There has to be like structure to it. You know, now that doesn't mean in asked to be kind of like what we do or you know, that kind of Billy wilder thing. Or I, you know, where it was every everything is set a payoff, everything is super clean, and you know, that what by I love that. It's really hard to pull off in. That's why I enjoy that kind of writing. But you know, I mean, I mean, some of the best movies of Hollywood specially in the seventies were really during didn't know where it was going, but they have a structure there. You know, be too great how Ashby movies being there and last detail fron tense purposely last details just kind of a a road movie quest movie quest movie in about these two guys finding their humanity in in and trying to show this guy a good time before he goes to jail in. Kind of forgetting their jobs is in what they've learned military men and all this and an in kind of shedding their the humanity that they have to repress when I put the uniform on and all that, and it's all very emotional. But when you look at it, it's got a really great structure, you know, has a really tight structure now, I don't know if Robert towne took that book, and you know, outlined it in figured it out. But if feels that way, and so sometimes the first draft is like an outline you're kinda like you're writing I've done it both ways we write a draft to something with no outline in it. It's got a lot inspired stuff in it. But it's kind of cranky, you know. Yeah. So then you kind of go over it you show it to a friend in the gonna will head of it there. You know, this would go here what you know in the new you'd try to because you want it to feel kinda we're Ganic. But when you're doing TD showing you got thirty minutes. It's it's kinda hard to do that. Because you have to keep a tight inside frame. It really tight. Yeah. And I'm also just someone I don't like wasting people's time. And so when we got the TV show actually went back and watch TV. But I would I would read short stories was really good. I would want. I would read like Tobias Wolff for Flannery O'Connor any these people and kind of see just pay attention to the structure, you know, in in not that far off the tone of those writers. I feel like to. Yeah. Yeah. Give me and hard to find. As like totally an incredible berry template as far as gets on this incredibly funding in very disturbing at the same time. But you know, trying to understand where the emotions coming from. I think we're Alec Berg, and I worked so well together as I'm kind of all emotion, and he's all logic. And my strong suit is as weak suit in my weeks at his strong suit. Not that he's not. National is he's he's comes up. I think some

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"hey buddy" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"hey buddy" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Hey, buddy. Right. Have a quick thing. Trivial about what's Matthews. Yeah. What about it? You remember his mother? Yeah. Of course. Okay. I'm just wondering. Yeah. Half court shot against Michigan state to be Magic Johnson in his last big ten game. And then he went he got traded to the Lakers one two range. That's awesome. Yeah. Kid went to Marquette. What did you think of what did you think of the porzingas deal? I'm not too familiar with the next step much. I hear you talking about. But I've never seen him play. I think he looks like. So you don't even know what is looks like. No, I don't know you say is the twig. So that's all I know is the seven foot something, and he's enormous any blocked shots and shoots threes. Always interesting. When the guy calls up to talk about personalities, but he's never seen him play before doesn't know who he is never seen him never heard of him. But he wanted a dog about him. I love that. I thought is Wes Matthews stories were better night coming up. We're gonna talk to Derrick Stevens, the owner of the D And his operations VP. Mike palm. They're joined at the hip every time I see him there gambling on sports, which.

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"hey buddy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

09:13 min | 2 years ago

"hey buddy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Even if I didn't follow her enough people that I do follow re tweet her all the time. It's almost like I followed her so. Yeah. All the time. Did you read her article about firing your mail broker this week? I did. Yeah. I we just had her on the show and people are talking people are talking. Hey, buddy. So. Market got just strokes from what thanksgiving on the end of two thousand eighteen. Yeah. It was pretty brutal in the markets. I think all the way up until Christmas Eve fired member correctly. And then after the holidays things started looking up, actually. You know when MRs planner, and I I got married. This was two thousand sheep at twenty five hundred dollars in a mutual fund and every month since then has put fifty dollars then that fund had climbed up to in the fall twenty thousand dollars, right? And after at the end of the year at the end of the year statement had fallen two thousand bucks, basically ten percent back down to eighteen thousand. So I think a lot of people still are shell shocked from what was the end of the year. People have got that negative MO Jo going with the federal shutdown. But I think people would be surprised to learn the markets actually done pretty well this year. Yeah. You're the date so January first to today. It's actually returned six and a half percent. So far this year, which is pretty fantastic. It's not unheard of to kind of have a real quick bounce back after you have such a precipitous fall as quickly as we did laugh at the end of last year. But just goes to show that you can't time this stuff you have to stay invested in the markets because if you would uphold your money out, right? Right before this thing turned. Upswing? You know that is take away. Isn't it the if you freaked out at the end of the year? No, this one's different. Because isn't that the freeze people use every time the market moves into correction territory or anywhere near there? This one feels different because of blah, blah, blah. But here we are. And by the way. One could argue this is a dead cat bounce couldn't they. Yeah. We. As much as we didn't predict this return to happen quite quickly. And I'm not saying that it's here to stay. We didn't know it was going to get that ugly that fast either again, I don't time the market just shout your time in the market. Ooh. That sounds like it should be on the hallmark card. It might be. There are still some pretty significant positions that are getting beaten up here this year. You look at apple. I don't know. Why don't we always feel compelled to say apple computers? When I talk about apple stock, that's sort of done. Anyway, apple is gonna be improved a little bit. But Amazon's had a pretty solid year. Although, you know, you look at the thing stocks net. Flicks is now taking a beating because it feels like they're going to get low on cash, and they'd just raise prices. Who's everybody cut the cable and random that flex per that Netflix Lucien? And so now, you kind of wonder well, if they raise prices, what's the next alternative? We've had some other things that get floated out there from some of the bigger companies trying to compete in that space, but still provide TV channels kind of a closer to our position. But they're gonna get into the space. I think N NBC just announced this week that they're going to start doing a streaming services. Well. It's really an interesting space. And I'm not sure where it's going to end up. But it's something does certainly pension to I like to ask people this from time to time, what is your entertainment package, your house, weary. Direct TV family. But I feel like most of the time we're on Netflix Amazon prime streaming. What are what are you guys? We are net flicks primarily, and then we through our cell phone provider. We'd we get access to a couple of other stations that we get through apple TV. Yeah. I it's one of those things know we talked about trying to get people to save money. All the time. Like, I'm wasting money on my anyway. Can people expect this is the dumbest question I've asked him the show in ten years. I it can people expect for the market to continue at this pace of up six and a half for the year six and a half percent for the year or do. We just not know anything given that were not even one twelfth through the year yet. This is the question you've asked on. I think it silly to preserve that we're gonna continue getting six and a half percent every three weeks. For the rest of the year. Now, I'd be kind of thrilled. If we did. So I'd hate to think of the ramifications that are that are happening outside of the stock market for that to happen. But no, this is this is a a quick turn on a hopefully, what's going to be a partner turn and stay there. But if it doesn't it doesn't and that that could lead into a whole other conversation, we could have on making sure that you're allocated properly for all sorts of different reasons. The other big news in investing this week icon. We truly mount Rushmore of investing John Bogel slash some people. Come Jack, raise John or Jack Bodell died at the age of ninety eighty nine eighty nine eighty nine. I think founded in chief executive officer of the vanguard group, which is one of the largest investment companies in the world, he really sort of brought retail investing to the masses, right. Yeah. He did. Tastic job and kind of a linchpin of of what he founded everything on was making it inexpensive to do. Really opened up the space for the everyday investor. His his approach was the following the his eight basic rules for investors. And you know, what it's hard to argue than these number one select a low cost funds. You're gonna disagree with that one day. Number to consider carefully. The added costs of advice. Geez. That's true. Right. Yeah. There's very the value to advice, but you have to make sure what you're paying for is worthy of dollars. You're spending on it. I'll be darned we can do an entire show on these things. I'm going through number three do not overrate past fund performance. You know, we talk about that one a lot dude. But it's like. Tr track record matters to some degree. I mean, it's not indicative of it. But I always felt like it colors it, but it doesn't predict what's going to happen. Sure, there's all sorts of things that are going to pick. You have the fifteen year average, if somebody wants to look long term what fifteen years, are you capturing it could greatly skew the results of that fifteen year. And plus you don't know if the managers turned over if it's been the same people the whole time, there's all sorts of stuff that goes into making sure that the performance numbers, you're looking at actually have a shred of credibility going forward, which brings us two point four which is used past performance to determine consistency and risk which is exactly what you just said. Number five beware of stars. As in star mutual fund managers may have that is the truth. I know especially in the eighties and nineties was at the Peter Lynch's of the world people were doing a good job managing particular mutual funds, and they became superstars. And so anything they put their name on. We're selling that doesn't necessarily make sense number six beware of assets is number seven don't own too many funds. That's all these things. We've just talked about that the one I probably see the most where people own like thirty different funds, a number eight Damian as we wrap up here. By your fun to portfolio, and hold it. John Jack Bogle if he did nothing else. He was a proponent of buy and hold. I assume that I don't know if we've ever talked about this. Maybe we should have. That's what you subscribe to two right? Absolutely. I think that's the way to go. Yeah. I'm a buy and hold investor. And I hope if you're listening right now you are too coming up after the break damage stick with its biggest waste of money. The week. Yeah. Let's do it. All right. All that is next on the show. I'm on the player..

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"hey buddy" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"hey buddy" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"Hi, Jimmy. Hey, buddy. I was lovely pig. Oh, how did you know? Oh, you're mine too. And my bed. Nikki by the way is convincing me to. He's everyone's telling me just go, do jitsu just go here. You nichole slogan? We were. We were talking about that and I got hit up Jimmy Rivera on Twitter. I meant to respond Sarge invited me to buy his place to I how to do it was so nice with Jimmy Rivera's lists Vulcan fight. I really am. John Donaldson is not an easy guy. No, he's not fight, especially coming off a disappointing, not every you should disappointing on the statement, but the comeback from that and put on a performance like that. It really shows that you Rivera's in the mix, man. I like Jimmy because that could really fucked somebody up. I'm sure Ross. I love it, but I mean, but getting someone getting hit like that with a kick. I mean, there's not many that would've stayed up after that anyway. It shows what people made of the comeback man. They were goofing on algebra and he's doing the not the dad, what that dance when they were falling when the whatever is, but they were. They algebra had a bad knock out too, but looking him in. And came back out to guys. One guy was undefeated. The other guy was seventeen in one fucking love my team, and I get so fuck it. It's not your fault very strong and that when you push the whole thing moves back to the Jim, I'm might be overdoing it with this in sound today, but I missed it was somebody with Hawaii and it was him and his wife and right next to them was their soundboard. Why he left us for can Lou who doesn't put the fucking clock on and Faulk in him and Lou control the fucking south delays. Listen to the show was controlling. Does you like what you just Jimmy, you enjoy fucking I. I would rather hang out with chip and for an afternoon then have Luebeck Bruce. Blue chip show. Lou. If you touched this mother fucking soundboard again, so he had the sound would knows one thing if I could motion to do it. Yeah, you don't want somebody that's bad ADD. So when I'm trying to tell the story and also Lou, it's one thing if those he knows don't fucking by his fingers, but he knows winter into checks. Yeah, I I try try out out in the in the middle. middle. You do. Listen to me. Listen, Murabwa. Good. On the stomach. Also losing the fucking boo button when I'm talking about my ads problems really, really better than I shouldn't be touching anything. Should be discretion. Chris, Jovan. All right, so happy my favorite people here. So my favorite people and Chris, the producer such a good time. I want to hear some music because we're gonna get out of your soup, but I want to hear. I was the champ. We have any. I wanna hear it. Do we have any talk about what we do have. Before we go, they for doom after marquan. Marquan was unkind of her doom on on Instagram and more responded. What? What did he say? What did Virginia say, slow the whole thing we doing about Popper two years. So that's probably it for him. Oh, you weren't here last week. He's out for two years. Oh, he got popped in Mark hunt made some comments on our show, and then I think on social media Marcotte hates hates cheaters more the term rat. Fuck. Yeah, that's what he says near you. What did he say about? What did he does? He said daddy. What was his first? Yes. Overdue put out a thing on, you know, you have it ever do that said you're not following daddy on Instagram when daddy sees you? I'm gonna knock you out again, which is ENA Mark, Mark hunt Robak. Daddy doesn't have a job anymore because ten six needles. Joy working at the petrol station you rat. Fuck. Very few. See that. I don't see that first part here which was Verdun comment started from I, how could it be different here? And I'm having on Instagram, went, daddy sees you. I'm going to knock you out again. Where's that? He doesn't have a job anymore because daddy's needles as enjoy working at the petro station you rat. Fuck. That's first of all, I missed the first of all. I love the comeback. Listen. They're both. They're both still streak is they're not..

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"hey buddy" Discussed on The RobCast

The RobCast

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"hey buddy" Discussed on The RobCast

"Is kind of funny, right? Right. Like I'm gonna tell these stories about myself ten years ago and they're gonna film it, and there's this massive budget, and there's somebody whose job is to dress like me and be my stunt. That's all ridiculous, but all theories and he's going on a boat, right, right. Even think about being Zarian gonna boat. We can do this unbelievably pleasurable act and make a human with no instruction manual. We are then responsible for. Yeah, like you have to return to the absurdity of the premise of necking baby. We were saying on a regular basis to be to even have a shot at doing well, it's right, overwhelming thing we were talking about. It's like just be with it. Yes, overwhelmed like we were kind of joking, like how much how much people parents are scaring us trying to trying to scare Vallon. I- editor note in vowel becoming baby. Coming very soon. Very soon. Six weeks, seven weeks. I believe September nineteenth. It's almost oh, September. Oh, okay. Well, then we're only like whatever that is twenty days twenty days and the number of people who are like bringing you their exiled about this, and I'm just like. In the stupidest way the show is the hardest thing I've ever done the most work I've ever done. So that's the most experience I've had with being overwhelmed. I know being having a child is going to be different, but there's a certain sort of like, yeah, I'm overwhelmed. You know what I mean? Again, I quote Ramdas constantly, but it's just like when you're feeling something he, he is boredom for an example. He's like when you're bored instead of trying to fix it, which is like a real plague. It's like, I know I'm in the entertainment business, but it's like this idea like when we're hungry, we order grub when we're horny. Watch porn. When we're bored, we watch a movie. Hey, buddy. My son, Preston. Cast, how are you been pizzas? Do the return of homes. Okay. Wait finish that thought we're just constantly meeting our needs instead of going again, what is my boredom after? Tell me fundamentally, when you see that every experience, frustration, boredom, loneliness, whatever it might be like my depression. In the second season, there's a lesson somewhere in its place behind it, and to be spacious is to give it room to breathe, and you can listen to it and talk to it and learn from it. And then I'll tell you all sorts of things like the guy following you and doctor. Strange. It's actually and I kind of recoil when I think about the idea like everything's a lesson, everything's at teaching what what I was if anybody's prickly that. 'cause I myself sort of trickling. It's just like. Don't take my word for it. Right. You know what I mean? And don't you don't even have to report to other. You don't have to go on a podcast and tell people are stressed about it or stress you don't have about it, right. It's true. It's true. And if it's not true and it's about you and your inner transformation has nothing about reporting back to me and joining a group that all agree that that's how it works. You can quite yourself in a lot of exasperatingly moments and find something that goes far out. I'm really getting lost in anger right now. And somewhere behind this is love watches going. Oh, wow, that's through that chair. I've never thrown at year. Well, I. We could go on forever. I know the families end up and then we'll probably just keep talking, but I'm so happy. Did we cover everything you wanted to? Yeah, yeah, because I really, I loved because I was doing these episodes on creation and rest and. Knowing you're coming back in the conversations we've had like you went into something and then had this experience, and then we talked about it and he went back with all these new ways to think about it. And when you were contacting the summer, oh, this is exactly this is just so beautiful. So I'm so happy. Yeah, that season that the past, whatever three or four months just has one was so much better end your came back. So refreshing invigorated and full of life. That's just joy it because it was wonderful. There's no wasted, right? It's like, this isn't like, I wish I could get this done so I know doing spiritual thing or a learning, we get to do this. This is happening. Yes, it's the everything is spiritual idea..

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"hey buddy" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"hey buddy" Discussed on Doughboys

"Talking a child. Hey, buddy. You got the Mike UK. I can't see back there a little kid, they'll I didn't think. All right, a little kid. He has some very irresponsible parents giving this late on school. Not bad. Twelve year old who cared. What was your question? Kyle? Do you have a favorite sandwich in LA. Ooh, that's a good question. Yeah, a lot of people say bases over on the west side, fantastic sandwiches over their great, great sandwiches. I think you know, I really like Langer's Deli. Over there. What do you guys think of what comes to mind for me, one of my number one's potato chip Delhi, which is near here actually on it's gone. It's like behind the grove, basically. Check it out. Yeah, someone knows that potato chip deli. Check it out. It's great. It's it's one of my favorites. My favorite was the now closed ink sac. And then. I don't consider deli places. I don't consider your sandwich. Yeah, that's. So I like recently reviewed aches. But I don't know. I'm looking for a good sandwich recommendations as well. So if you wanna start a relationship with me and let me know where you like to eat sandwiches. That'd be great. And I'm so sorry, nor. Does anyone have sandwich, but we didn't say in LA sandwich spot. Earlier. Yes, of course. And then Kohl's the one that claims to sense. Okay. Okay. Brothers ever shut up. No, no, that was. That's, that's. That's those. Those will get answered, but I get spun. I don't consider French dip sandwich spot though. I mean, I know it's a sandwich under saying, I'm saying that I like you gotta have a lot of different options. I may feel like that's pedantic. But again, what you're saying and the show for God's sake. I know what's the lowest level. It's time to wrap things up. Should have ended with fuck and fuck question. We were going to that. It's my last question. Barely third done guys. Thank you so much for coming out. I want to pick next door gas. Thanks. Mr. Give it up to the knife for land at Johnston. Two more engineer until next time. Mike Mitchell. I'm Nick. Why happy? Thanks guys. That are. Never be the fact that. Hey, guys want more Doboy us to get the Doboy double our weekly bonus episode joined the golden play club, sign up, patriots dot com. Slash Doboy us. Podcast.

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LG's new smart air conditioners are more efficient way to cool down

Kim Komando

08:09 min | 3 years ago

LG's new smart air conditioners are more efficient way to cool down

"Triple eight eight, to five, fifty to fifty? Four and before we go back to your all, of your phone calls, and. I'll tell you if you missed the last hour of the show we had some amazing calls and looking at the board right. Now you don't wanna miss this hour either some interesting items crossed my. Screen that you You need to notice stay up to date and first of all we're going to start talking about drones now drones are just this really incredible technology to take photos surveillance. Drones they use them for military maybe just for fun I mean you in the family can huddle around you, send the drone up and then you are smile because you're. Taking a drone any that's right down the selfie your take droning so we mostly associate drones with being, outside right well think again those drones are heading indoors now think. Hall mall, cop meets the, Terminator soon drones, security guards they're going to follow this. Preprogramed route live streaming everything they see flagging anything perceived as out of order when the drones batteries run low which they're going to reach, they're going to return to their charging pad and then charged up, on their own and then go back. Up in the air just imagine a roving Cici TV camera with no, blind, spots for. I'll tell you that really would, have? Complicated the heist plan and oceans eight and. Other high tech product, news how would you like a smart. Mirror, that shows you exactly what you look like okay I know what. You're thinking I have that, already know you don't. And about, a mirror that really really shows you, what you look like it's going to give you a three d avatar that you can. Tell you can twist you. Can walk around. So you can see your whole body a, company? Called, naked Lanza, shipping is smart mirror that. Uses biometrics gaining technology and it will make your. Very own silver, avatar that's you that's right standing there the whole idea. Is that the app and you knew that there. Would be one tells you how, long it's going to take, you to lose all the way after completing the fifteen seconds scan naked tells you your body fat your muscle mash all of. Your measurements then right Recommends training. Plans nutrition advice personal coaching like, get your butt off the couch reading. In some day you can buy clothes that are tailored to fit you, perfectly now natural. Of people are concerned about their three d. digitized news ending up in some hackers. Hands naked says that, all your news or secure said, how much is this frightening mirror you're ready one. Thousand four. Hundred dollars. Think of, it this way though if you look in the mirror you see a beer belly a bald head a big red nosed varicose veins and a complexion like leather and that's Trevor tar looks. Like just look on the bright, side, at least. Your eyesight is okay at least. Works Alright serious news if you. Have somebody in, your family with autism pay close attention to this next news. Story, dodgy Columbine noticed that her son Alex wasn't looking at people in the face that's a classic. Trade of autism when just eighteen months old and, in preschool Alex struggled socially? With. Other kids one hit him in the. Face with a rubber mallet shovel. When he was six he was, diagnosed with autism Alex is, now nine and, he started working one on one with a therapist using Google. Glass that's right. It was one of fourteen kids taking part in. A trial administered by Stanford University. School of medicine This Google glass of course you, know, seeing. Her going to cactus eyewear was discontinued for commercial use individuals back in two thousand fifteen but software was developed. By the Stanford team that works with the outward facing camera. To read facial expressions and, provide social. Cues it's called superpower glass one hundred kids worthy, glasses while interacting with family members and what they found is that when the, kids play the game these glasses three times. A week for twenty minutes over six weeks is that suddenly her son started, having frequent I contact and she. Said it was just crazy she's in two weeks it was like just switched inside. Of them at Alex said. Mommy mommy I can look at people and I can read their minds now crate the goal. From the. Google has progressed he's widely available as possible for autism someday covered by insurance now that's really something All right everything is smart now we're doing about smart homes smart lights smart locks and now we have smart air conditioners. Because why not l., g. electron IX has a slew of new air conditioner. A cutout CO two emissions they run relatively quietly they respond to, owner commands, of course via a smartphone app multiple voice assistance standard hand held remote and using the app owners, can monitor and just room temperature turn the air. Conditioners on and off. You can tell the air conditioner what to do using Amazon, Alexa, Google. Assistant turn the air up turn the air down turn the air conditioning off turn it on because getting off. The couch to turn on your air conditioning is just too. Much work for you Do this enough and you're ready for it Alexa will be your biggest fan Yes all right Now this final story is one of these things are going to listen to you and you're gonna shake your head because. This. Really happen yes a teenager in California was arrested after he woke up. A. Sleeping couple Broke inside their house and said hi I'm just wondering if I can use your wifi network. Because I'm out of data that's right. You, heard me right a couple in Palo Alto call police if they woke it up by a seventeen year old boy who they pushed. Down. There hallway out their front door the couple was asleep in their bedroom And the kids said, he, needed to use their wifi network the team is not being a dentist because he. Is of. Course a minor he's. Arrested for residential burglary prowling providing false information now here's something else the next day the man living at home reported that his surveillance video had captured the. Suspect stealing his bike from his backyard Guess, what the, thirties found. The bike at the, suspect's house pretty bright kid. There, could you imagine me why police. Had main true story just pulled over a man who drove a scooter all the way from Maine to Massachusetts Using his cell phone as a headlight that's right could you imagine going from Massachusetts Tim main honest suitor Luna's little, scooters, using. Your, cell phone as the headlight police had a. Lot of questions but the main one was hey buddy hence you get the battery to last so long we wanna know IRA south about your, life and how you're going to protect, your identity, because you've heard me talk about lifelock and you know I've been in lifelock, customer for many many years even when they weren't an advertiser and I still am today because once again sensitive personal data has been exposed and more data breaches for nearly two months and unauthorized, party, reportedly used stolen user names and passwords to log, onto the, online accounts of, certain, major department stores websites. Sensitive customer data about full names addresses phone numbers Email addresses birthdays payment card numbers expiration dates for compromise and then criminals use his personal information from. A data. Breach to open accounts file tax, returns by property and A lot more there's just so many threats in today's connected world. And here's the problem. It takes just one weak link for criminals to get in that's it but it's a good thing that, we now have the new,.

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Statue of Liberty stamp mistake to cost U.S. Postal Service $3.5 million

Markley and Van Camp

04:18 min | 3 years ago

Statue of Liberty stamp mistake to cost U.S. Postal Service $3.5 million

"Show much for being here jamie markley camp on vacation robinson for david and i saw this story i thought you robin feel like what do they do well doing impersonations you all right yeah it was pretty good yeah talking about the government well they don't do anything well this mistakes costing the postal service three and a half million dollars over the statue of liberty forever stamps they were released in two thousand ten it didn't actually show well new york's lady liberty photograph featured in the stamp actually shows the statue of liberty replica are you kidding me outside of new york new york the casino in vegas this is unreal yes they were in circulation for at least three months before the postal service realised the mistake how could they not realize that three billion were printed its wing newton clearly on the crown well actually i mean the guy that designed it yeah said it's more fresh face sultry and even sexier than the original okay what then he should have been thrown out of court right then and there sultry and sexy okay that sounds liberty that sounds nuts okay yes it does sound nut sounds crazy i'm gonna show you a picture of the two side by side right all right you see it and then you can have the paper back to meet do you see the difference would you say sultry are sexier softer supple perhaps the lips slips yes is do you can clearly see a difference is there a little dreamy okay i got it the united states post office spokesman said well we really liked the jenner thrilled the people have noticed in a sense something that people really like if you ask you in vegas they're saying hey that's great it's wonderful it's a some big statement indoor stamp program that's what they said at the time got a golden knights jersey on nets that's later in the story when they're showing when the golden knights were in the stanley cup finals they put that big vinyl jersey on the lady liberty blasphemy well it's a replica i know it's a replica alright that's i know but anyway yeah the guy that designed it us like the ice sculpted this thing you're using that image i'm not down with that so he sued the government for copyright infringement and a judge ruled in his favor wow man three and a half mil three and a half million dollars okay i know you were offended when i read the statement he said sultry sexy or whatever now that you've seen the picture do you agree well he's got a point there is it is more pouting vegas a far away 'course ellipse i know by the way speaking of they do this why would who do the big board meeting okay gentlemen let's talk about the stamps we're going to create for this year hey sir i've got one how about a statue of liberty idea let's have a look we're gonna and tom show me your makeup all right so he brings it in here's the picture you wonder if people just duped yep doing just be done with it or they thought oh no one will ever notice crate and barrel mag magazines i got an stuff in it i mean this is this is ridiculous pottery barn kinda crazy a lot of people didn't even know there was a replica in vegas sit hadn't been that had not been there before i've never been to vegas but i've seen it on tv they do the pan of the strip and there's the statue of liberty thing since they released the info on the story yeah bunch of people are now actually there and protesting right there at the statue protesting what the fact that the guy got ripped now ice separation of families at the border so they go did it in new york they want to do it in vegas now all right i made that part up but it almost drove me crazy oh you know what i bought it hook line and sinker because i could see these pats these people that get up every morning and what's going to piss me off today wow boy i was duped hey buddy if you're a stamp collector in gosh who isn't the statue the statue of liberty stamp will be valuable the thanks for that because they'll pull it off the.

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"hey buddy" Discussed on X96

X96

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"hey buddy" Discussed on X96

"What does that pigs in a blanket oh thank you oh excuse me what is this this is thank you what the hey buddy what the hell is this it's tartas jess this is not edible now it's tar on toast of you eat it yeah st tour yeah it's like street tar why did you eat it because you've told me to you asked me what this was i said it was tar toast and then you put it in your mouth and you ate it felt like tartas was like you know how mud cookies are peanut butter ants on a log or something look man i don't know who you are i don't know what your deal is i'm just going to leave now i wanna talk to your manager i don't work here man i'm not your servants i think i'm gonna be sick yeah you are you eight straight tar what is that it's tartas yeah not a jackass you jackass i'm going to have to go to the hospital yeah you will because you have tar in your stomach tar you king me tar you took without asking after i told you what it was radio from hell next ninety six nine forty nine and it is time to award boehner of the week well to to pick it up pick yeah dave the floor guy here a businessman local businesses he most lawns sells a flower flower he's he's he's a self made man and dave's been helping us pick boehner the week for years and years because we don't trust ourselves we trust him and it's a short week so this should be easy for you i hope boehner candidate number one from thursday it's not like we make laws or anything senate majority leader mitch mcconnell said tuesday he doesn't believe congress has much power to stop school shootings lexington herald leader reported that mcconnell addressed the issue with a group of community leaders in danville kentucky where he said the federal government can can't do much besides appropriate funds quote you'd think given how much it takes to get on an american plane or given how much it takes to get into court houses that this might be something we could achieve but i don't think we can do that from washington i think it's a local decision it's not like we make laws or anything number two from today sam for the second time this year philadelphia starbucks is at the center of a controversy after a worker was accused of mocking a man with a stutter the man's friends said the incident began when his friend sam visited a starbucks back on june twentyseventh according to the friend sam twentyeightyearold university of pennsylvania graduate who has a stutter stuttered when he told the barista his name after he ordered a coffee the barista allegedly replied by saying okay sam the mockery continued when sam received his coffee and saw the name the barista road on the cup it was written with like four different s's in his name that tabriz has since been fired those are the two candidates dave it should be easy to pick one today i would think number one number one the political one nicole that's surprise.

Michael Fishman, Roseanne and Cnn discussed on Mojo in the Morning

Mojo in the Morning

02:44 min | 3 years ago

Michael Fishman, Roseanne and Cnn discussed on Mojo in the Morning

"Whole lot more ranting more racism and attack on former cast members really putting the ambien in nam being the racist he deleted good michael fishman who played plays dj connor on the reboot said my character was designed to represent the inclusive nature of my views to represent portions of society often marginalized in this moment it's important to be clear we must stand up against bias hatred bigotry and ignorance to make society a better place for all roseanne replying to his tweet by saying you throw me under the bus nice on cnn with anderson cooper rosen's exhusband tom arnold said he is not surprised by any of this that surprised what would doubt and the show was canceled i i had a feeling this is going to happen when i first heard it was coming back when i read her social media she was so into the conspiracy stuff with donald trump and so how far gone she was the pizza gated hillary's pedophile baba wasn't board here she was you know a birther how crazy that was i just do that this will not end well president trump weighing in of course i demanding an apology from abc claiming the network offended millions of people by pulling the show harvey weinstein was indicted by a grand jury in new york city yesterday to council of rape in the first and third degree and a single count of criminal sexual act in the first degree if he's found guilty of all of these charges he could find himself getting cozy behind bars for up to twenty five years the indictment came hours after his lawyer said harvey would not be testifying in front of the tree and guardians of the galaxy star chris pratt telling a funny story in the graham norton show about his five year old son surprising him with a few swear words i had this rule with my old man and i have it with my son which is when you're fishing you can swear it's just the guys go ahead and let loose and so we're out fishing he catches a fish and it flops out of his hands and he's bass have these little spines on their back and the fin pokes him in the hand i said hey buddy are you alright you already said dad i'm about to swear you know you know the rules and he goes at bass at bassus stupid all right buddy stupid bass for all of today's dirty check out the dirty page on mojo in the morning dot com this is tom arnold all my ex's listen to mojo in the morning shannon's dirty on the thirty eighth spike scams next down the morning.

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"hey buddy" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"hey buddy" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Kkob shane you're next hey buddy how you doing right so i guess my take on the dean martin roasts yes be funny where they actually found something about the person because they knew them and they tease them right they tried doing it and they used to do it all the time even like the new did ronald reagan you go back and look at that when it was funny wasn't it wasn't like a meanspirited kinda like fun but you get these these comedians that are like what is that redheads named kathy griffin cut his head off right it's not funny where where's the where's the art form where's the art form of of making fun of somebody without going way below the belt you know what i'm saying like oh dean martin one those were hysterical that's what it's supposed to be bad it's not yeah and it's not to four three thirty three thirty three and when you get personal and especially it was most striking to me that she got personal with a woman now you can you can make the argument you wanted to stop with sarah huckabee lies or whatever but then she had to had to go into the the physical appearance what she has been okay with somebody attacking her physical appearance look i just think we're better than this i think we're better than this all the way around i would hope the president was stopped with a personal attacks and i would hope that the press corps and comedians would stop with the personal attacks late night television anymore designed by watch that stuff anymore i mean i get clips here and there wh where would those people be if they or they weren't bashing donald trump every single night would they have a show i don't think so.

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New programs helping inmates fight drug addiction

On Drugs

08:10 min | 3 years ago

New programs helping inmates fight drug addiction

"Off. MacKenzie. Carol mentioned way protein packages in his list of canteen currencies. That's convenient denomination to trade with. But the reason it has value is the gym culture in prison jail, and you're gonna do drugs either. You're going to be doing actual drugs for you're going to be doing hormone, which is steroids. Now all the guys that are dominant in jail, and they sell drugs nine out of ten of them pay hormone. They do steroids in jail to get muscles to get big so they can be the the male dominant ticker, right? Even criminals on the street take hormone so they can be dominant so they can be scary so they can, you know? So they can fight when I was at my tentacles selling drugs on the street. I always did steroids. I always worked out then looking at this picture of you, I think the the, we got it from Facebook and you. You got a pretty tattooed python there in the forest. That's yeah, I'm in shape. I was in jail for quite a while, and I used to work out five, six days a week. I got tattoos rate to my knuckles and all the way up my arms all the way around my arms. I, I look like a jail guy. Yeah, I, I'm definitely not a fully. You would want coming into your house with two of his friends. Right? So there goes your your invite to my Christmas party MacKenzie. There you go. Yes, I'm gonna come to the Christmas party. I'll bring some some merlot that I need toilet. According to correctional services, Canada. Eighty percent of offenders have some sort of substance abuse problem when they arrive at the ruins detentions. Many are struggling with more than one addiction. This got me thinking about one of the people I met for our dictated city episode. His name is Patrick. Duncan. In that episode, we dove into the challenges of drug addiction and dependence in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside neighborhood. My name is Patrick gunk in manana downtown. I was talking to Patrick about drugs in general, but he kept coming back to his experience with crime and prisons crack, cocaine is very expensive. It's. Cost me years in jail, just my lifestyle and and just put my habit on criminal acts and and you know, I paid the price. It's been quite a few years in jail over the last ten years to pay for that support the habit. You have to come up with the money and in order to come up with enough money to support the habit, you only twenty bucks gets you, you know. Half an hour, you know, and then you worry, we'll get in the next. It's you. You got to come up with more money. So you know like there's a lot of ways to get money and, and you know they'll get into too much detail. You know what, what I do is what I've done is, is. You know, basically shoplifting and and that's been the paying for the habits of my habits all these years. But you know, you know, almost ten years of doing that. I've spent almost half of it in jail, and I'm hoping maybe one day that you know someone intervenes and and some family member calls me out for, you know, it's a hold of me somehow. Relentless. TV shows you watch intervention or whatever, you know, like shit like like I cry. I'm gonna watch that shit and you only only coming, we're watching when I'm in jail. I am sober. What are those sober stretches like in jail. We'll sought entirely also. I mean, there are people that come and go with with things that would be about meal, but it's it's actually, I don't know if it's sad to say, but sometimes jail feels more like a family in their inside because I've been in and out so much in Vancouver that I'd be going to new people there. And there have been there the whole time they see me coming in out doesn't times she doesn't times and I'm there, but I'm a good person and it's it's just another day for me and it doesn't really matter. I mean it in jail used to used to be a little bit, Tim Lewis shying weary, but now it just really doesn't matter may say, hey, buddy, how you doing? You know food what's? Oh, this trade were cake for ice cream real lately trade my meat for bread, whatever. It's. It's all right. You know what I mean? The ruined board with cable TV and they can't ask for much more married. So it's like a break gives you chance to fend stuff if you haven't been eating too well and shit like that. Right. Patrick is describing a bit of a revolving door. He's living a crack, fueled lifestyle, where another trip back to jail is pretty much inevitable. Unlike some of the people I met working at the halfway house who felt their time out of jail was a brief clean time. Patrick has begun to welcome the time in the clink as a chance to take a break from the drugs. It's not a good thing to say necessarily. But it's the truth drugs are still a part of his experience in jail off tape. He said that that's basically the only time he intentionally does fennel because it's easier to get hold of crack cocaine, and he didn't bring up any kind of treatment program or effort to break the cycle. I asked Michelle Smith about what sort of drug treatment inmates can access. She's a clinical services manager with the CSC in British Columbia. Well, you know, we to screening and testing at reception in ongoing throat. Encourage incarceration for prevention and control of let born is sexually transmitted infections, right? We do education and training on infectious diseases in how to prevent them. We also, you know, provide them access to harm reduction material and information such as bleach. There are substance abuse programs in CNC in a game community base narcotics anonymous as well as our opiates. Substitution therapy you. You've hinted a little bit at some harm reduction possibilities in the prison setting, and that's significant given some of the stories we've heard from inmates about some of the dodgy dangerous methods of injection. For example, that's happening what's actually available in terms of harm reduction. Is there any kind of syringe exchange program? Anything like that in place. You know what? That's a. That's a great question. I'm not really prepared to talk about that, but I could, you know, put the question forward, you know, could take it up to an H Q and get information on that for you if you'd like. But suffice to say then. It doesn't sound like it's it's really part of the program not. No, it's not right now, but we do have harm reduction that we do offer, you know, bleach successful to the inmates. There seems to be an awareness within about the potential value of a harm reduction approach. There have been trials with tattoo rooms to reduce the spread of infectious disease, and you heard Michelle Smith mentioned bleach there in twenty fourteen CSC reported that a little more than eighteen percent of inmates had hepatitis C officials now believe that's down to about ten percent, but in prison offering something like a clean needle exchange or anything close to a supervised injection site is complicated and not exactly part of the conversation as the fence and overdose crisis, tears through communities across North America. CSC is making the lock zone or narc hand kits available. That's the drug that's used to reverse opioid overdoses in the. Twenty fifteen twenty sixteen fiscal year eight people were killed by suspected drug overdoses and federal institutions. That number was down to three people killed last year when according to see us see seventy suspected overdoses were interrupted. Now

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"hey buddy" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"hey buddy" Discussed on 710 WOR

"It's bring in doug sells out there in a beautiful weather this morning good morning doug hey buddy how did you hear me it could be better but you know what it's only the beginning of the season did you win the money to maintain of course i can't manipulate my handicap don or are you close the match on the sixteenth two in the water on the seventeenth no no no no no no i not on the sixteenth hey speaking of winning the mets what us stocks they've had they really are off to great star joe play began last night they had a ten one record near riding came winning streak so now the brewers are in town for three games this weekend we'll see if it continues joe bullpen has just been outstanding hasn't it yeah he's he's got six as already i know what not all of them many easy no mess they need more than five innings from their starters kunas as good as the bullpens been kind of being overtaxed at this point and you know the hitters aren't putting up being number they sure got all the timely it's yeah no absolutely everybody's gone i love the camaraderie of that team just the whole attitude that they have mickey callaway looks like he's going to be a great manager you know a lot of good things going to happen for the mets this year let's let's go across town we'll go to the bronx and talk about the yankees i everybody thought that they were going to be a juggernaut that was just going to run through the american league and boy have they stumbled out of the box yeah a little bit here to me injuries he's he's a bad few hicks brandon roy greg birds are going to be out six day weeks.

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"hey buddy" Discussed on Critical Role

Critical Role

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"hey buddy" Discussed on Critical Role

"Hey buddy this is a i think he likes sure right is this a israel cat was also cat what do you mean affixed to like a magic cat his both in real captained a magic cat is he an allusion gearhead you you feel him could you put him over there i hope i urge you to from little desire katherine you'd be alerted the magic at halftime of your trip to those hyper elven genetic magic cats i don't know what the fifth addition rule soffer how does your allergy are as you know right now he's having an actual worshiped minor one but i walk away a little bit from heard look well that you're both it uses them and so with the launch of fellow what will me a little yet i mean he's leg he's getting really good at it trailer more yes you should have seen him he disguised himself the other day and it was like extra better than a we're trying to make our way up to the academy to get a little bit more learn and done won't he's going to learn i'm not going to go to the academy now's the cami plays kinda keeps getting brad yes we had the choice to be mochi becoming you what i'm sorry what academy we talk to ketamine indo the what soulstress seoul tricks soul filtering assumes raise the cat it's a very fancy placed unique stretching i have heard of it and a new have arcane cohen's his will.

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"hey buddy" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"hey buddy" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Coming up at eight thirty six johnny kill bossa with the final faster review of 2017 vote before that breaking news william is hegg our beloved longlost blister and caller join this it's meghan pennsylvania meg were have you been my darling hello mark while hey buddy greece is that is that one glorious says is they either longo area have now i have missed you seriously you've got to where have you been lear worried about you africanus thick always worried about you too you know why it's not that i haven't been trying i i tuned in at ten and i kept tuning in intermittently and you know i guess i'm so happy said i found you guys again 'cause they missed you know we're now on some seven to nine pm not ten to midnight sunday night well that's better than leasing we've know it only took you twelve months to find out our new tanya enough good marketing the marketing team is not doing a good job in vain yanamashi these show well in a now you're you're fun bind and i i love your show and i'm so happy very found you guys again wallaby hannuka and merry christmas day umag thank you so it would said some so at let the the smile my faces ear to your right now that we're getting to talk to you again we took all of us we always talk about you we me how much we miss meghan pennsylvania and how we finally come back to the manger and we're very happy for that we really are in our it music to my ears to hear your voice and everybody else you know chiming in look i i know you're phones are busy i i just wanted to call say hello and hopefully i can you not ball hello to you gory it chuck and everyone else there was spc at w sb yes so meg um we're gonna send you a chris was guarded that's okay i'll absolutely yes hind hang on the line because we have a wedding we have a couple left already got our yard.

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"hey buddy" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"hey buddy" Discussed on KOIL

"North carolina high lose your the lou by go go ahead hey buddy how are you good all right hey on what i think is going on here is uh do you ever i mean um obviously you heard about the um paul mccartney paul mccartney's what i think we're having some problems will be lying lewis we're gonna go to someone else hold on will be with you get back to you okay let's go to rick in ohio hi rick you're on ground zero hi quite i want a sh a share a synchronicity that happened with me the night sean was killed okay um uh i was i am bread and everything the ever said didn't and uh in his long interview he did with you on winter on uh uh pulling stone kid mentioned several times uh carlos catching'dead his books and they mentioned how yoko was like uh don juan and he was like carlos so i thought well someday i'm gonna i'm gonna read that in one day i was at the library happened to pick it up because i first time i saw them there and like this to several years later now i took the book home to read it i was up in bed reading and there was several shots outside of my window me lived in the country loser hardly anyone around um and uh my wife and i went running downstairs looked out there was nobody there are no cars know anything but there was still in this the smell of gunpowder year lead in that fresh was several shots we called the police reported it and then i went back up bend started we lacrosse questionable un and my buddy called me and told me john and just been shot which would have been just about the time uh you know we had run down to see the or here she with those shots were uh uh uh i i thought that was really synchronous stick the way it happened also chaplin's according to this book i have like than pressler a chapman's father was naval intelligence or something like that yeah he was it's all about those connections to naval intelligence in.

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"hey buddy" Discussed on Forbes Sports Money

Forbes Sports Money

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"hey buddy" Discussed on Forbes Sports Money

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