35 Burst results for "Horn"
Duggan, TCU rout No. 18 Oklahoma 55-24 as Gabriel gets hurt
"Max duggan threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more is unranked TCU handed number 18 Oklahoma its second straight loss 55 24 People talked about you know all the stats against us and record you can still know what they've done national championships but we knew that it was our team versus their team And it doesn't matter about what they did In the past the horned frogs had four touchdowns of at least 62 yards including Doug and 67 yard run Tay barber's 73 yard catch came during a 27 point first quarter Sooners defensive back to Mont Harmon was carted off after being immobilized on a stretcher when he was injured in the fourth quarter I'm Dave ferry
Ainsley Earhardt: Working With Illustrator Kim Barnes
"And I asked my daughter pick the one that you like and she we talked about it And we kept going back to this one artist And her name is Kim Barnes And we loved the way that she illustrates And so my daughter who was 6 and a half now probably at that point she was 5 and she chose this illustrator and she just it's just a beautiful book of all different colors all different sizes some of the children are in wheelchairs and just everyone has a different story And I told my daughter I said I feel like this book looks like heaven This is what heaven is going to look like We all look different but we're all God's children And so my daughter and I have dance parties in our kitchen and we've been doing that since gosh since she was born And I had this big Tupperware container and I bring it into the kitchen and I put all these I have all these instruments in it and we pull out the instruments and we blare the music depending on what stage she's in in her life I play the music that's important to her and we run around the whole apartment in the den in the kitchen and the hallway area and we play these instruments And so there is a stands in the book that says that you basically played all the instruments and blow the brass horn and we are so glad you were born And so it's just a beautiful image of what we do in our House and in the illustrator who lives in the UK actually I didn't know that when I selected her and I talked to her throughout the process And I was covering the queen's funeral So we talked about that and she said ainsley in my backyard I have a big fence And I let my children go out there with watercolors and they paint the fence And so I said that is so cool So I told my daughter about that So we do that in the bathtub I let her paint the walls of the bathtub But she has this big sense and that's one of the pages in the book
Leo Terrell: Dan Bongino Would Not Take the B.S. As FBI Director
"And this is an argument I've had with friends of ours and the conservative talking head space as well Saying oh it's not the rank and file and a blanket term is inaccurate I mean blaming everyone in the rank and file is the opposite problem That stereotyping and the other way But absolving the rank and file as if I just serve the warrant fully understanding in most cases There was a political motivation No Leo I'm sorry I was a rank and file agent I left And I saw what was going on That's your responsibility And then I'm not tuning your horn but let me tell you right now I've listened to you when you said it on expertise issues like law enforcement I heard you on the overall day And you know how the sausage is made And what is Missy in the FBI management is somebody who knows the process You know the game And I'm serious I'm not joking around I hope your listeners really just swap social media You can run the FBI because you know you won't take the BS from those people who have been in the bureaucracy for 20 years We have to save this country and the first thing we have to do is save our legal system Dan our legal system is in danger Lady lady justice is not blind She got one eye looking at those who disagree with the democratic platform
Filmmaker Frank Panico on the Diabolical Plot of Trans Extremists
"Biggest issues out there. The transgender extremists, we have an individual with us right now who has made a movie about the insanity and he's going to reveal some of the things he found. His name is Frank panico Frank. Welcome to America first. All right, thank you. It's my pleasure to be on your show. All right, so this movie trans wreck trans wreck movie dot com. Tell us first, what inspired you to deal with this diabolical plot that attacks our children? Yes, you use the right word. Thank you so much for having me on the show. It is diabolical and it's evil. This is my tenth film, and whenever I start a film, I want to basically say, you know, is this something God would be happy with? You know, and like my last films had to do with abortion, how it's more murder. And my film before that, how we need to come together and not divide our nation with black and white. So I kind of asked God, you know, like, do I feel it's okay in his eyes to the message I'm conveying. And I'm sure he would be approving of the message of conveying to stop destroying his creation by mutilating it. You know, the evil one wants to destroy God's were created in God's image and I feel that he very much wants to destroy that through abortion through a suicide through the self utilization. So this film touches based on the moral and the spiritual as well as the scientific viewpoints of the film.
How Chad Jackson Got Involved With 'Uncle Tom 2'
"Back with Chad Jackson follow him right now on Twitter at Chad O Jackson. He is co producer, co writer for the amazing sequel to Larry elders, Uncle Tom, it's called Uncle Tom two. Chad, you were a kind of star, I think, very early on in the original movie. It focused on your story as a successful self made man in the entrepreneur who didn't see himself as a vector because of his skin color. How did you transition to being a co producer and co writer for the sequel? I'm curious. That's a great question. And just to kind of close out the last thought that I was making. So, Stokely Carmichael, he said, oh, sorry, no, yes, yes. So let's go back to Stokely Carmichael, NAACP. Give us that historic nugget that most people have forgotten. Yeah, so Stokely Carmichael admitted in the 90s and we have video footage of this. In fact, it's an Uncle Tom two, where he said that he was part of that agenda to impress the term African hyphen American on the black folks and what he'd had in mind is if you think you are an American, you'll fight to preserve and to conserve capitalist America. However, if you know you're not an American, you'll fight to destroy America. And he was absolutely right. I mean, look at the riots, look at the fact that a lot of these egalitarian socialist programs that are being pushed in this country, they're using black people to do it. And it's unfortunate what's happening, but it was important to showcase that in the film, to your question about how I got involved in Uncle Tom two. As you mentioned, I was running my business here in Dallas, Texas, my business is still active. We're still going. We're still taking care of our customers. But I am a natural researcher. If something interests me, I'm going to obsess over. I'm going to dig deep into it and find out everything I can about it.
Who's Hiding Footage of Successful Black America?
"Hiding footage of black Wall Street of successful black America? Why would people hide that footage chat that you opened your movie with? Well, it's not so much that they're hiding it, is that they're ignoring it. The mainstream media, unfortunately, a mainstream historians and our public school system. It's really comes down to what do they emphasize. They emphasize struggle. They emphasize oppression when it comes to black people because they want to communicate this narrative that we are oppressed and downstream of that being bitter downstream of that being anger or angered or enraged is the demand for policy. And so they want to push policy, socialist egalitarian esque policy is really their end goal. Stalin famously said if I can take your history, I can take your country and that's exactly what they've done with this black success that our great grandfathers and great grandmothers enjoyed. They were patriots. We found hours of footage of black southerners having 4th of July parades marching down to the street with their American flags. These were people who loved their country and they loved their God, and they loved their communities. And so if we can be blinded from that as American youth as black American youth and the story that we're constantly being told is that this country hates us, it's always hated us. That's why you're in African hyphen American. Then we can begin to usher in some kind of egalitarian policy that will make life better for all people. And
Why Is a White Soviet Defector in 'Uncle Tom 2'? Chad Jackson Explains
"We're delighted to have with us the man who wrote that book starred, wrote that movie director of it, tra Jackson, welcome back to America first. Hey, doctor G, thank you for having me on. So I told you privately, I'm going to say it now again in front of all of our listeners. This movie from Larry elder in you guys is even better than the original Uncle Tom. If you haven't seen it, I'm sorry you're missing out. I don't care that it's on our website. It is that important. But why is a Soviet white Soviet defector in your movie explain the relevance of that besman off clip? Well, as he says in that clip, the name of the game was demoralization. And really what they were able to do were to demoralize all of America. Black activists were just in and amongst this whole umbrella of demoralization that took place in our country. And so as our title suggests, the film isn't just about black America, it's about America at large. That's why we call it an American Odyssey because we wanted to demonstrate how Marxism this disease has infected all of America and it reaches its peak in the 1960s, which is around the time that Yuri is talking about
Jennifer Horn: MSNBC Is Now the Bottom of the Garbage Can
"By the way, MSNBC, not that it wasn't always just a garbage news channel. It's the bottom of the garbage can. Now, it is awful. They've been in power. I don't know if it's CNN trying to refine their center again or whatever CNN is trying to do, but MSNBC is, I try to listen to it just so as Larry elder says, our listeners don't have to. I try. And it is infuriating because it is all fake news. It's all laughing and snickering and making jokes just like that when you know that these people are seriously so in this safe space. Where they feel like they are not going to be challenged because they have the fix in, meanwhile, people like Mike lindell are getting their lives tossed apart by the FBI. I mean, if you're listening to this on your radio right now, watch out. Maybe the FBI is going to come for your radio next
Russell Wilson Booed by Seahawks Fans
"I did not see the game on Monday night with the Seahawks and the Broncos. Were you surprised that Russell Wilson got booed in Seattle? I was surprised, but I wasn't shocked, I guess, is the way I would put it. All the stories started coming out about, I don't know, it was kind of an organized campaign, these stories start coming out right before the game and the fans obviously there are legions to the team and not to the players. I think what shocked me more than anything was, it seemed like he don't got no friends. Y'all. It's so weird for somebody who is not an ass. You know, I could see why people would be like, hey cool, I don't really mess with them, but I feel like people actually actively don't like him, which is like, I don't know. I don't quite get it. Yo, so a couple things there. One, what I took from them booing him was the fans don't view him as being responsible for the Super Bowl in the ways that fans typically associate with a quarterback. I mean, they have been in quarterback heaven basically for the last ten years by having him, right? It's very hard to have that sort of thing. It's very rare that you got a situation like that. And normally, even if there's beef, this kind of a man, we want a Super Bowl. We had a great run with you, right? We gonna clap to support that one. Nope, they went on the booze thing, even if he wanted to be traded, right? Keeping in mind that the Seahawks wanted to trade him, which is its own fascinating story again because they were in quarterback heaven and they were still like nah, dog. We don't want no parts of this right here. Like, that part surprised me, but the bigger part, I think is what you touched on is I've never seen a player, not even Jay Cutler, right? Who you played with? Never seen a dude where everybody that seemed to be at least part of a certain era was just down on him. Doug Baldwin, all that money you got, got a lot to do with playing with Russell Wilson. He had something to say. Richard Sherman, we're not surprised because we had heard this from all those legion of boom guys as far back as it went and you're right. Russell's not an ass, but what seems clear to me, right? And you tell me if I'm wrong here, I was having a conversation with my good buddy, David Dennis, because I saw him all around the horn. And his argument was basically that the dudes think Russell is corny, and since they think he's corny, they come in at him, and I'm like, no, no, no, no, no. This isn't the way people like when they think you corny, this is the way people act when they think you phony.
Jennifer Horn on Gavin Newsom's New Fast Food Bill
"Who can't provide except for his cronies, the mutual back scratches is of course gruesome use of the government of California. Jen, what is the latest diabolical plan that is going to affect fast food in California, but keep that guy in power? Yeah, it has nothing to do with fast food. Unfortunately, but here's the story. On Monday, Gavin Newsom goes out on Labor Day, and he says, oh, we're going to sign this bill that the state legislature brought to him. And essentially, it creates a fast food council. Now that doesn't seem so bad. It's a little orwellian. Why do I need a counsel for my burgers? For your nuggets? Counsel. Exactly. I'm on the nugget council. So he signs this bill. And what it does is it ensures fair pay and health and safety response from these big restaurant chains all across the state of California. Now, you would think, why would we need a fast food council when already there is a minimum wage, which by the way is $15 enough throughout the state of California depending on the county that you're in, and there's already osho, which goes in and make sure that everything is safe. They have all of these hoops that they have to jump through already. But, you know, a Newsom says, okay, we need this and it's going to raise the price. Now the minimum wage for these workers, it's essentially unionizing them. The minimum wage for fast food workers will probably go up to about 22 bucks an hour. Now that's crazy. And it's going to raise prices and it's going to eliminate jobs because McDonald's is not going to take a loss. They're going to bring in iPads to take your order. It's like the McDonald's. It's literally across the block from our studio. It really pisses me off. There's one human in the back flipping burgers. And then there's these little kiosks out front. It's like, really, that's what you want. It's just robots.
Heat Wave Prompts Another Flex Alert in California
"I'm sitting in my office, minding my business, and all of a sudden my phone starts just screeching at me. Now, sometimes that means there's an amber alert, but that's the notification that went off. And I want to read to you what came across on my phone. I've got it right here. I took a picture of it so I could share it with the world. It's got the red triangle with the exclamation point, and it says emergency alert severe, conserve conserve energy now to protect public health and safety, extreme heat is straining the state energy grid, power interruptions may occur unless you take action. Turn off or reduce non-essential power if health allows now until 9 p.m.. So that's their flexor. We've had 8 days in a row of these. And notice that they say it's up to you to prevent a power outage. That to me means it's up to me to prevent a power outage because they failed in Sacramento and in the management of the state. We don't necessarily have just an infrastructure problem. We have a management problem. They are not creating enough energy here to serve the people of California because they are all dependent on wind and on solar. And thankfully for the firefighters who were battling fires in Southern California right now, there isn't a lot of windy conditions, so you don't have that going for you. The reason the flex alert starts at 4 p.m. is because the sun is starting to go down earlier because we're moving into the fall, so all of their solar is not going to work at night. And this is why people are left to sweat to death in their homes between four and 9 because there isn't enough energy that the state has saved up. So you've got a major major management problem. They want to close all the nuclear power down there is a big debate this week they just and to Newsom's credit fought to save Diablo canyon, which is the last nuclear power site, but they're so busy serving these climate nuts that they've let the steak out. We are lucky that Oregon is not having this heat wave because we're taking our power from them right now.
Jennifer Horn Gives Us the Latest Updates Out of California
"To check in with the person who's going to give us the ground truth of what is happening in that formerly paradisical state that is California host of the morning answer and the IE answer a.m. 8 70 the answer and a.m. 5 90 the answer. Jennifer horn. How's your thermostat? It is set not to 85°. I can tell you that because I'm not a crazy person. I'm not wanting to create my own sweat lodge at home. I am going to keep my air conditioning just where it's at. But before we, before we even jump into this, on the very surface, for those of you who are listening to this program, you miss the video, but if you're watching on Salem news channel, you'll see Gavin Newsom sitting in front of this microphone saying that you need to turn your thermostat up. You need to be at 85°, so what was he wearing? Did you notice? He was wearing a big sweater with the California bear and a hat with the California bear. So Gavin Newsom, first of all, only has four outfits. He's like a Ken doll. He's got the suit. He's got the open collar shirt. He has the open collar shirt with the jacket, and then his natural disaster outfit, which is what he was wearing to announce that we were going into flex alert mode, but it's like a velour tracksuit that he's wearing. Now, you can't tell me. If it's a 115° in Sacramento right now, which is what it is, that he doesn't have that air conditioning just cranking, and he's so cranked that he's actually chilly and wearing his jacket. I mean, come on, the guy doing the video he's wearing his jacket and telling the rest of us to turn our air conditioning. Air
Chad Jackson of 'Uncle Tom 2' Shares His Story
"About your story, why your story was part of the first movie. Yeah, so I'm an entrepreneur here in Dallas, started my company when I was about 25, 26 years old. I started it as a small plumbing company and was able to grow it to a relatively large company at the same time I was involved in the Dallas county Republican Party. And so Justin Malone, who's a director of Uncle Tom. He was looking for stories that he could use, and this documentary that he was putting together. And so his assistant writer and cell called me one day and said, hey, we're doing this film. Would you be interested in being interviewed for it? And so I agree to do that. They were able to then take that footage along with a couple of other Dallas conservatives and show it to folks like Larry elder, Larry decided to become an executive producer for the film, which gave just an access to other more prominent black conservatives. And so the rest, as they say, is history.
Chad Jackson on Stopping the Race Hustlers in 'Uncle Tom 2'
"We were never taught that America was bad, and there we were not Americans. Just part of the trailer for my former Salem colleague Larry elder's new movie. It is the sequel to the amazing Uncle Tom. Uncle Tom two, you've got to watch it. And we've got with us, one of the stars from the original, he's the apart from Larry, of course. Sorry, you sage. He is the best part of the original movie, Chad Jackson is gonna talk to us about why they had to make a sequel. He's now a co writer, co producer. Welcome Chad to America first. Thank you, Sebastian for having me. So I want to talk about my initial reaction to what I've heard about the movie because I haven't seen the whole movie, although I love the original one, but tell us about your story and what you expressed in those little vignette interviews from the original one about your life and your understanding of black man's place in America and whether he needs to be a victim. Yeah, totally. So, you know, they put forth this narrative, the left, that the only people who are interested in conservatism or preserving America are middle aged, old white guys. And so what Uncle Tom did was it put forth the reality that now, as black folks, we two hold conservative values. And so what the film was able to do was to innocence showcase black people from various backgrounds myself included of how we love this country and how we too are conservatives. And so to your question about why we felt the need to make a part to whenever it comes to a lot of these liberal black professional race hustlers, they like to project what they do onto black conservatives, namely that, as black conservatives, we suck up to white people. And so it was important that in Uncle Tom two, we show you that these are the real sellouts.
We Are 63 Days Away From the Midterm Elections
"We are 63 days away. 63 days away from a midterm election. It's snuck up on us. In fact, we are about let me do the math. 45 to 50 days away in certain states from ballots going out. 45 to 50 days out. We are being outspent. Significantly. In the key states. We have some candidates that are fighting like heck, but the Democrats are coming in with kleptocratic Silicon Valley money that is just blowing. Expectations out of the water. So what we're going to do, right out of the gate here, as we're back from Labor Day, we're going to go around the horn. What states and races should we be focused on? So first, of course, let's frame this. The House of Representatives totally up for grabs every single person has to rerun for election in the House of Representatives every two years. All we have to do is win the House of Representatives by one vote. Now, I know some of you say Charlie, we haven't done enough to fix our elections. We haven't done it. I agree with all that. That's not what this conversation is going to be about though. This conversation is going to be about what candidates, what races are we looking at so we can overwhelm the system because we talk about election integrity a lot on this program. We talk about mules. We talk about ballot practices. This conversation is going to be focused on what are we going to do in the next 63 days. That's the most operative question. There was a lot of opportunities previously to fix our elections. We did some of it. Now we're going to have to overwhelm the system again to permanently fix our elections in Arizona or in Georgia or in other states.
Timmy Trumpet plays horn, Nimmo saves Mets in 2-1 win vs LAD
"Jacob de Grom turned in 7 solid innings of one run ball making Sterling martes to run Homer stand up Mookie betts at a home run in the 60s and the 7th straight turn wants to ball to the center field wall only be robbed of a Homer by Brandon nimmo The timing was right on it and everything worked out just perfectly and jumped up felt the ball hit my glove and I knew it didn't bounce out once he got in there and so then now all the emotions spilled out The most catch would keep the score two to one atom out of vino and Edwin Diaz would lock it down as a meds took the second game to this three game set Matt maker to New York
Dave Brat: A Budget Battle Between Democrats & Republicans
"Where do you think this winds up? I keep hearing he's got to go to the Supreme Court and I guess that's where it winds up. Is there any mechanism that you've seen Dave on the part of the federal government that says, okay, well you just fill out this form and send it to us and we're going to wipe this out or are they waiting for it to go to the court? No, I think they'll an actor right now. The leftist know how to take the bull by the horns and take action in our leadership. At present, saying they're not happy with some of our candidates. So we might as well just lose. So that's a difference in leadership leadership strategy. And so yeah, they'll implement whether it's constitutional or not. And then after November, if the house changes, which all the experts expect it will, over to Republican control, then they'll have budget vote and they'll say we're not going to produce a budget until you take this crazy stuff out of it. And so that's the first opportunity to have a serious budget battle and make some compromise on the crazy stuff.
Dick Cheney Was One of the Most Hated People on the Planet
"Happened yesterday was remarkable. The Cheney family has been running the Republican Party for the last couple decades. Dick Cheney, of course, was the vice president for George W. Bush for 8 years. He was one of the most hated people on the planet. If you think they hate Donald Trump, I'm going to read some of these headlines. Of how they used to treat Dick Cheney in 2003 and 2004. They hated Dick Cheney. This is when the media actually wasn't totally neoliberal, believe it or not. The media actually hated stupid foreign wars back then. They just hated Republicans largely because of social policy. How about this one right here? Dick Cheney and a wheelchair fed, blofeld, strangelove, or Potter. Tuesday's image of Dick Cheney a wheelchair seems endlessly evocative, especially in terms of pop cultural touchstones. My first thought echoed, I later learned by my mother, was he was stroking a white cap and his cat in his lap that would have completed his transformation into a Bond villain. Or how about this one? Ed Schultz said, we need to rip out Dick Cheney's heart. This was how the media used to treat Dick Cheney. Play cut 69. You damn right, dick Cheney's heart is a political football. We ought to rip it out and kick it around and stuff it back in him. I'm glad he didn't tip over. He is the new poster child for healthcare in this country. Do you realize that if you had 5 horn attacks? Hell, you wouldn't get past too heart attacks and they dump you. But because you're a war criminal and because you are on the tape from Halliburton and you had these executive meetings in 2001 back in the days of the rolling blackouts and executive privilege on how we're going to develop energy policy in this country. You do stuff like that. Hell, you can get the best healthcare on the face of the earth. We need to rip his heart out. This has one example of how the media used to treat Dick Cheney Dick Cheney was the most vilified man. In fact, go watch the movie vice. The movie vice is an entire hit piece on Dick Cheney on his machiavellian instincts and
"horn" Discussed on Around the Horn
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"horn" Discussed on Stories Podcast
"He bellowed cupping his hands around his mouth and flying into the air he was so frustrated his voice boomed out and everyone stopped and turn to look. There's too many of you here. This is my house. A duty to leave now party pooper. Someone shouted poop where shouted someone else. Everyone go spratt shouted not sounding remotely friendly now. Everyone get out of my house. Wow said his sister impolite much you too. He said all of you have to go slowly. The crowd realized that he was serious. The party was over and it was clear they weren't welcome on the horns no matter how good a home they were throwing dirty glances at spratt. They all buzzed off spratt. You are being very rude to all of our guests. Mom said with a disapproving look on her face. What spratt said his anger flaring again as everyone else flew away. I've been tried to be polite this whole time but no one was listening. I'm afraid the bull will get upset and then no one will be able to visit or live here. We'll all be smushed into the mud. How many times will i need to say it before. You'll listen hall where listening spratt dad said. You're kicking us out. Come onto your. Let's move back to the bushes and they flew off to leaving spratt all alone for the first time in days. He took a deep breath. He didn't feel good about yelling at everyone but now that it was quiet he finally felt like he could think he loved his family and loved having them around. He just didn't wanna get in trouble with his new landlord. maybe i should just talk to the bull. He said to himself if he's upset. I could at least apologize. And maybe he'll let me move out instead of smoking me. Spratt buzzed off the horn and winged his way over to the bull snout there he landed and he wiggled back and forth until he had the big beasts attention. Hey he called. I'm sorry about the party. did we bother you. it won't happen again..
"horn" Discussed on Stories Podcast
"And needing grass to notice us. Spratt nodded but inside. He was worried and a little upset. He had found himself a great home and if too many of his family came the bull was sure to notice and send them packing. Spratt tried to imagine the bull asking politely for them to leave but thought it was more likely that he just stick his horns in the dirt and smash them all but maybe his sister annoying as she was was right. She'd been there all morning and the bull hadn't noticed yet. Spratt tried to relax and enjoy the day with his family. It went pretty well until the next morning. What is he going to sleep all day. Hello earth to spratt was that. Who's there spratt said. Blinking himself awake he heard laughter and buzzing wings and opened his eyes clearly standing around him was his sister and all twenty of his cousins. What are you guys doing here. He shouted suddenly awake. There's so many of you the bull is going to feel us all for sure. You guys need to leave before you either ruined by great new house or we all get smushed in the mud. Good morning to you too. Said his sister. Someone woke up on the wrong side. Of the horn spratt scowled. He liked all his cousins. He really did. But there were just so many. The bull was short. Notice all that extra weight. On his horn the bulls go to smush said the dirt for sure he said relax. 'cause said one of his many cousins. We've been here all morning now and everything is fine. Oh totally copacetic. Buzzing brother of mine spratt side but he let it go if they hadn't been smushed yet it seems like maybe they'd gotten away with it. Okay he said trying to relax but no one else. Okay but dude set a cousin. This place is totally perfect. It's even better than a fresh cow pie. That's right it's perfect said spratt but if everyone cubs then it'll all get ruined and we might get smushed no one else okay. Okay said his sister no one else. Spratt nodded but then his mom and dad buzzed on over. Oh spratt said mom good here up since all the cousins love it so much here. All their parents are moving over to. I hope you like picnics. Because we're about to have aunts and uncles. His dad chimed in with a smile. Spratt groaned and sure enough an hour later. A small army moved itself onto the horn. He had about twenty cousins which made for about twenty cents of aunts and uncles which made for a small crowd strung out along the bulls curving horn. Everyone spratt called but their voices were so loud that no one could hear him please. I love you all. And i'm glad to see you but there's just too many of you at. I don't know if it's safe. Hello please no one could hear him and the aunts and uncles liked it so much that they invited their friends and their friends invited some of their friends and they invited everyone. They ran into on the way over and soon a cloud of little nats was descending onto the horn they all landed and immediately began to cheer and celebrate and soon there was a full on party happening on what was supposed to be spratt. The nats little house. He tried a few more times to complain politely but when no one hurt him. He started to get really frustrated. Couldn't they see there. Were too many of them. Couldn't they tell the bowl was going to smush them all into the mud everyone listen..
"horn" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages
"And needing grass to notice us. Spratt nodded but inside. He was worried and a little upset. He had found himself a great home and if too many of his family came the bull was sure to notice and send them all packing. Spratt tried to imagine the bull asking politely for them to leave but thought it was more likely that he just stick his horns in the dirt and smash them all but maybe his sister annoying as she was was right. She'd been there all morning and the bull hadn't noticed yet. Spratt tried to relax and enjoy the day with his family. It went pretty well until the next morning. What is he going to sleep all day. Hello earth to spratt was that. Who's there spratt said. Blinking himself awake he heard laughter and buzzing wings and opened his eyes clearly standing around him was his sister and all twenty of his cousins. What are you guys doing here. He shouted suddenly awake. There's so many of you the bull is going to feel us all for sure. You guys need to leave before you either ruined by great new house or we all get smushed in the mud. Good morning to you too. Said his sister. Someone woke up on the wrong side. Of the horn spratt scowled. He liked all his cousins. He really did. But there were just so many. The bull was short. Notice all that extra weight. On his horn the bulls go to smush said the dirt for sure he said relax. 'cause said one of his many cousins. We've been here all morning now and everything is fine. Oh totally copacetic. Buzzing brother of mine spratt side but he let it go if they hadn't been smushed yet it seems like maybe they'd gotten away with it. Okay he said trying to relax but no one else. Okay but dude set a cousin. This place is totally perfect. It's even better than a fresh cow pie. That's right it's perfect said spratt but if everyone cubs then it'll all get ruined and we might get smushed no one else okay. Okay said his sister no one else. Spratt nodded but then his mom and dad buzzed on over. Oh spratt said mom good here up since all the cousins love it so much here. All their parents are moving over to. I hope you like picnics. Because we're about to have aunts and uncles. His dad chimed in with a smile. Spratt groaned and sure enough an hour later. A small army moved itself onto the horn. He had about twenty cousins which made for about twenty cents of aunts and uncles which made for a small crowd strung out along the bulls curving horn. Everyone spratt called but their voices were so loud that no one could hear him please. I love you all. And i'm glad to see you but there's just too many of you at. I don't know if it's safe. Hello please no one could hear him and the aunts and uncles liked it so much that they invited their friends and their friends invited some of their friends and they invited everyone. They ran into on the way over and soon a cloud of little nats was descending onto the horn they all landed and immediately began to cheer and celebrate and soon there was a full on party happening on what was supposed to be spratt. The nats little house. He tried a few more times to complain politely but when no one hurt him. He started to get really frustrated. Couldn't they see there. Were too many of them. Couldn't they tell the bowl was going to smush them all into the mud everyone listen..
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"Loves to have fun. If you answered yes then. You're going to love disney. Junior's new series. Mickey mouse spun house. Mickey mouse spun. House is a fantastic place where anything can happen. Funny is a magical playhouse. Who takes mickey many. They're pals on adventures to anywhere. Join funny mickey minnie and powell's for all new adventures and watch the new series on disney. Junior thanks enjoy the episode home sweet horn once upon a time. A little gnat named spratt was looking for a new home. He had made a lovely little bungalow in some branches. But a hungry looking bird had moved in next door spratt in the interest of not being picked up and eaten had prudently decided that it was time for a new spot. One with neighbors a little less interested in putting him on the menu. Where should i live. He buzzed to himself. Wobbling back and forth in the air. The swamp smelled inviting but the frogs would have a field day. A good log might be nice but the lizards would be after him to. He flew around for a long while thinking about how it was tough to be a tiny fly when he finally found the perfect spot ole bull's eye. He said then snorted a laugh because a bulls eye is exactly what he had spotted. The bull was a great big brute with black for and white horns that tapered deadly as a dagger he snorted and stamped and grunted and all the other animals gave him plenty of space. It's perfect thoughts spratt the nat frogs and lizards. Wouldn't dare go near those hooves. They'd be smushed into little green puddles and birds. When they tried to land on the bull he grunted and shook them free and then chased them away. He seemed to enjoy it when they caught and flapped away wildly. Spratt knew he didn't weigh nearly so much as a bird and he thought he could probably land without the bull even noticing so careful and quiet. He landed on one of the brutes big curving horns. He tiptoed back and forth a few times until he was sure. The bull couldn't feel him and then settled in with a contented. Sigh finally whole. He said i can't wait to tell by fatally about my great new police the next day once. He had all his tiny little things set up on the bull's horn. He buzzed off and told his parents that he found a new spot. And this one was safe from birds and frogs and lizards and whatever else thought a little. Gnat might make a good snack. Of course once he had told them all about it they had to see for themselves. They came that same afternoon buzzing and silly circles from the sky and landing lightly on the horn. Wow this is some big place you got for yourself here. His dad said looking up and down the horn that seemed to stretch forever to his. Itty-bitty is son. You're early done well for yourself. And right on the bull's horn honey. mom said. Are you sure this.
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"Loves to have fun. If you answered yes then. You're going to love disney. Junior's new series. Mickey mouse spun house. Mickey mouse spun. House is a fantastic place where anything can happen. Funny is a magical playhouse. Who takes mickey minnie. And they're pals on adventures to anywhere join funny mickey minnie and powell's for all new adventures and watch the new series on disney junior. Thanks enjoy the episode home. Sweet horn once upon a time. A little gnat named spratt was looking for a new home. He had made a lovely little bungalow in some branches. But a hungry looking bird had moved in next door spratt in the interest of not being picked up and eaten had prudently decided that it was time for a new spot. One with neighbors a little less interested in putting him on the menu. Where should i live. He buzzed to himself. Wobbling back and forth in the air. The swamp smelled inviting but the frogs would have a field day. A good log might be nice but the lizards would be after him to. He flew around for a long while thinking about how it was tough to be a tiny fly when he finally found the perfect spot ole bull's eye. He said then snorted a laugh because a bulls eye is exactly what he had spotted. The bull was a great big brute with black fur and white horns that tapered deadly as a dagger he snorted and stamped and grunted and all the other animals gave him plenty of space. It's perfect thoughts spratt the nat frogs and lizards. Wouldn't dare go near those hooves. They'd be smushed into little green puddles and birds. When they tried to land on the bull he grunted and shook them free and then chased them away. He seemed to enjoy it when they caught and flapped away wildly. Spratt knew he didn't weigh nearly so much as a bird and he thought he could probably land without the bull even noticing so careful and quiet. He landed on one of the brutes big curving horns. He tiptoed back and forth a few times until he was sure. The bull couldn't feel him and then settled in with a contented. Sigh finally whole. He said i can't wait to tell by fatally about my great new police the next day once. He had all his tiny little things set up on the bull's horn. He buzzed off and told his parents that he found a new spot. And this one was safe from birds and frogs and lizards and whatever else thought a little. Gnat might make good snack. Of course once he had told them all about it they had to see for themselves. They came that same afternoon buzzing and silly circles from the sky and landing lightly on the horn. Wow this is some big place you got for yourself here. His dad said looking up and down the horn that seemed to stretch forever to his. Itty-bitty is son. You're early done well for yourself. And right on the bull's horn honey. mom said. Are you sure this.
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"Doesn't get the marketing dollars. That's not getting the publicity that's not getting coverage like twitter is splayed space where you can go and say. Hey this is what's happening over at university. We've got a game here. Are things can connect with us this space because there's gonna be a billboard in there's not going to be a commercial there's going to be you know all of the marketing that you see with with major sports and so Twitter in particular has given women's basketball. Wnba place where you will feel like. You're not the only fan because you can feel like that. Sometimes because of the lack of its inches the sport gets well and i think also the gatekeepers are removed right predominantly white cisco. Men have been in charge of every sports page and every radio department and every television network and if those people aren't willing to see that the future is in women's sports and how much money can be made in how much can be built with it. They're going to keep no and so in these spaces that are democratized. You end up finding out what people wanna hear about. And they're what they're drawn to. And all the sudden you see this groundswell of people that are demanding more access more coverage more time and that venture moves those gatekeepers into action in ways. That are you know kind of not possible before all that really been really cool to save. You had an amazing twenty twenty one so far. You won the mel greenberg media award by the women's basketball coaches association. You ended up in tokyo covering the olympics. You've got this new podcast. Huge fan on serious Tell me quickly. Like one of the biggest takeaways from from getting to go to tokyo god One of the biggest takeaways of going to tokyo with that There's a silver lining to everything that we've been going through in our world for the last couple of years if you look for it right For me that silver lining was that i because there were no fans and no one was invited to the olympics. I was literally covering the biggest sporting event that in our world sitting front row. At everything. I mean i was in front of the beam. When simone biles morm- i was watching katie. the decky with no one in these arenas now yes as sad as that is. There's nothing we can do about. What's happening in our world with kobe. But for me it was a game. Changer i mean i. I just still can't even believe that. I that i got to go to tokyo that i got to watch the best athletes in the world. It was it was really incredible in and we worked with a great crew. Nbc was awesome at ripon who was my co host day. Twitter tokyo was. Oh my god. He's he's a human being ever But we also learned a lot of lessons to tokyo botching. Simone biles just so many things that are happening so that were happening at that time but i. I definitely just still pinch myself. When i think about the fact that i i i got that opportunity. Let's talk about huge fan out my makeup artist around the horn listens to serious. When we're getting ready. She picks like music channel and we always get ads for huge fan while we're getting ready And so. I was reading up on some of the episodes coming up and you've got quite an array of different celebrities talking about their favorite sports sports team. Monica drew carey. Bet nicole brown from one of my favorite shows all time community Mel c from the spice. Girl's death. Cab for cutie's ben gabbard michelle williams. I didn't even know she was the chicago. Bulls fan The one that. I freaked out about as adam durrance because i'm obsessed with counting crows and he's on to talk about his warriors Tell me about how this concept came up and this is your first full season right. Yeah my first full season. So last year we did eight episodes. I just got a random email. Sarah this was sedan god It was right after cohen. started in. Got this random email and someone at serious who was like. Hey your name kind of came by us. We're looking for a host shadow. This is what we're doing. And of course like you know the reading it to me. And i'm like first of all. What makes you think. I'm qualified to interview celebrities in men basketball analyst like what if their favorite sport football or hockey which. We've had those right with qiuping about this broadcast is. I'm have to be the expert. These celebrities are the experts era. you know tim mcgraw. Does everything about lsu basketball like football. Excuse me he knows everything. Snazzy coaches big moments crazy losses like. i don't have to be the expert. It is literally the funnest thing i've ever done because i just sit back and i can just be inquisitive about these teams. And how these celebrities families became apart other became a part of family tradition with their fandom and they are huge fans. Like michel blais has an ice rink in his basement for his connects is crazy. So i think the concept is brilliant. I can't take credit for it was serious Their team which is it's it's amazing. How many celebrities are like. I absolutely want to talk about my favorite team and It's been a lot of fun. Awesome very cool. We got to let you go but you do have to do the one thing that everybody does and nobody expects carter spanish inquisition. The spanish inquisition is part of espn nation. Brought to you by dr pepper. College football is back and so are. The fans returned to glory with fans bill by dr pepper. The one fans deserve expects the punishing physician. 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"Question what. Tom brady is prime for his best season. Ever at forty four. because that's what. Some buccaneers coaching staff is saying. Around the horn of bill. Plash the question is could this year's books be better than last year's books. Here's my trivia question for you. Tony how many. Nfl games have been won by quarterbacks age forty four and over the answer is one vinnie testimony. Give you one in four. That's the entirety of the resumes. Forty four year old quarterback. Tom brady is great. Last season was so sweet. This is not going to be an encore. Brady coming off knee surgery and he. He had about with cova the rest of the team. They're all back. That's a good thing that's also a bad thing. There's no infusion of new hunger in there all these guys have already won their ring. After is not going to be the the push there was last year and also the health last year. They were by far the healthiest team in the league. That's a lot lot of matter of luck. Is that going to happen again. Just hold on one second bill. You see the faces of your colleagues here. Do you see how much joy you give them. When you say things you want any get eighteen years. The last time i went on this show. I was forty four years old the long long time i am happy mentioned by the way. He's a new a new yorker. Here's what you're forgetting this bill. There's only seventeen games. It's not eighty two like the nba. One hundred sixty to like baseball. The hunger the hunger is repeat and do something that hasn't been done since the patriots in. Oh three or four when the quarterback was tom brady. Tom brady right now with all the -nology hasn't his head. It much like lebron. They know how to build a team. They know how to make it work. Last year. tom brady. Completion percentage of quarterback rating was up. And he doesn't have to be that great because they have a terrific defense. This team wants to win. The super bowl bruce arians. It's talked about wanting to repeat. They have something to be hung hungary about bill. It's called repeating. i don't right. Do you believe the buccaneers better. This you than last year franken. Yes and i think they're smarter and do you believe they'll repeat this year. No year is in there. You could answer those questions. I mean bill busting out the hunger analytics here and say i mean come on. Tom brady like if there's anybody who lacks complacency at any point in his career. It's tom brady like when you're on a tom brady team at this point in your career you join that that fight for whatever. It is eight rings now. You join that battle for making him. The greatest of all time in all of sports. That's all the hunger or motivation. You need now. I don't think they're going to repeat. I do think that they were incredibly lucky last year when it came to to health and when you look at the roster any point last year outside of when they got to the playoffs you never thought. Wow this is a runaway. Super bowl team now. Because it's the last thing we saw we feel like. Hey this is a runaway. Super bowl team well. A lot of things can change if aaron rodgers one different decision in the nfc championship game. Then maybe the the we're looking at the bucks entirely differently here. So i don't think hunger is going to be the problem. I think not being able to repeat the good fortune of last year is going to be the main problem and they will not win this. I will say this though. This is probably why bill belichick kept everything quiet. Because when you're coaches saying hey might be the best season ever. You're setting expectations a little too hot l. There are no expectations. That are too high for you. please go ahead. This is so this is the worst day of the year for sports pundits. Because you either pick against. Tom brady and your proved to be a moron or you pick him and people call you lazy. So you really damned if you do and damned. If you don't in this situation. I actually disagree with frank. I don't think tom brady is motivated by simply running it back. Because he's already done that. I think tom brady is motivated to go. Perfect it's the only thing he's never done right. It's the only thing he's never done. That is frightening. I'm going to die. I'm gonna die on this hill. Because i have been saying this for months now even on this show yes the bucks got better right because they are healthier despite being the healthiest team they lost. Oj howard antonio brown now apparently looks to be good. Tom brady apparently moving Better because he had knee surgery and they didn't have kobe last year. As bruce arians said. But i'm gonna die on this hill. You have to get better to repeat. You can't stay the same. Because of attrition the chiefs got better so no. I don't think that they are necessarily better team. And i don't think they're going to win back. In what else said phil you had a big star going the wrong way the dallas cowboys also tonight and like usual. Anything is possible with this team. I can say clever. Winds thirty points per game offensively. And maybe you could say six nine to allow forty points per game defense and you say sure whatever l. when will we know what is it gonna take for the cowboys. Best possible season. What's the risk for another. When will.
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"Lasted four and a half the wrong demographic to be asking this question all right fighters three the most important story today. Jay don byer sell jackie macmullan. Let's go around the horn and have to buy jackie macmullan. No one else can use such a wide range of forget such wide range out of the word dear. She can use dear to verbally embrace you. She hadn't seen for a while. She can also use their which is getting ready to slice dice. You with a barrage of bax and just make you want to curl up in a fetal position on the show. I've been fortunate enough to have both used against me and for me. Thank you jackie. What he paid by or fill. Jackie macmullan selling that. she's retired. What in the world are you doing to us. You're leaving jackie. You probably don't remember november twelfth two thousand and two. You're on your first show with me. Tj's timers jay mariotti. You beat me. Then you're going to beat me again today. Coming in going out in two thousand seven world series. She was attacked outside her hotel room and she was able to get him to go away by szigeti restoring. I want to hear more about that. and and bill plash fire cells. jackie macmullan. I'm going to buy this without crying for eighteen years with jackie and the best partner show. Jackie is after the show on the drive home. The phone rings. You look at its jackie matt. Call into talk about you..
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"Because in my cassie goes praying game. Point cassette in it off as down the line the match people. Espn app dalo. Now welcome back to around the horn coming to you from heineken. river deck at peers. Seventeen texas and oklahoma. Leave the big. Twelve for the sec. The bombshell report from the houston chronicle brenswick. Mrs cited an unnamed college official said the schools have approached the. Sec about jumping aboard could make a couple of weeks. There have been denials by both schools but reporting today from dennis dodd. Cbs sports that big twelve presidents are meeting tonight to debrief about this because they were all blindsided by meena. Can you see texas and oklahoma. Leaving for the sec. And why did that have. I'm college sports. I mean this would change college sports forever as we know it. I realized that sounds dramatic. But i think it's accurate it would leave the big twelve in shambles. We're talking about two of the most prominent programs most successful in oklahoma leaving. And if you're a fan of those team do you want to join the sec. And reduce your chances of making even expanded playoff. The only winner here really are is the wallets of these programs..
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"The horn to you. What's the one thing sons must do tonight to even the series at. What's the one thing that can do tonight to end it. Well i would say the one thing because it leads to so many other things that the sons need to do. Tony is to take care of the basketball when they take care of the basketball. The bill zip that ball around and find the open shooter when they take care of the boscell in zip around. Get the open shooter. They score thereby preventing the box from getting out in transition and destroying them by doing so. If you take care of the basketball you don't have to follow the bucks and put them to the line where they are killing you also from the free throw line so i will just stop there. There are plenty of other things. But it's such a basic thing. Take care of the basketball because possessions are so precious time just intensity the one thing the sun's needs to do or how the opposite side. The bucks are forty eight minutes away from a championship. What do they need to do. I mean well. I guess it applies to both sides like phoenix is getting destroyed on fast. Breaks milwaukee's is averaging nearly double the amount of points and then games four and five. The fast break margin was in favor of milwaukee and it was big it was bigger than the final score margin so that means phoenix a lot in the half court but they need to get out and run. Because you can't let a great defensive teams like the bucks lead by middle. Excuse me by holiday get set. They just can't do that. And another place where phoenix is getting destroy and if they want to have any hope when they're getting mold on the offensive glass sixty eight to thirty six in the series. They got address. That when you say like that it sounds so simple though. It's all that needs to happen to that. But we've got sarah and george differently. Go head sara being. Yeah i'll start with the bucks. I kind of made a crack at mike. Boot and holzer is expensive running out of basketball cliches and giving us football. Instead he started talking about how they had to keep his blocking and tackling but the point was a valid when they are doing those things like just intensely mentioned. They've doubled them up on the offensive boards. They've doubled them up in transition. They have taken fifty six more shots than the sons in the series when you account for field goals and free throws because they're doing all of those things right so the bucks just need to keep doing that right protecting the ball offensive rebounding defending the way they have. They're going to be fine for the sons. It's much more. Complicated to jackie's point it's a number of factors that they have to improve but it all comes down to one thing and that is they need to run the offense through chris. Paul if devon booker gets his. The bucks are fine with that early in the series. It was about chris. Paul and that motion offense the drive in kicks the pick and rolls waste could manipulate even a great defense at the bucks. Were showing them and instead. Now when they let devon booker kill them and they shut down paul having holiday. Pick them up at the half court. The offense is. I don't know how to do that against this team. But that's what they have to do is all the way there but shoe maybe made me georgia added the monty williams. Bit here and how they might do that. Phoenix and milwaukee on the other side. Go ahead joji well tony. I do think that everybody's nailed it here. Ball movement to me was kind of my thing specifically if you look at devon booker right. We've been enamored with these forty point games that he's had but there's not a lot of ball guven the way they got your tony. Was everybody getting their opportunity spreading the floor driving kick as sarah mentioned. Here's the stat on devon booker. That's damning despite the forty point games. Twenty four field goal attempts in the fourth quarter zero assists. We haven't had anyone do that in the finals. Since nineteen ninety seven. Here's the other stat for devon booker. You need to know when the sun's have five or excuse me. One booker has five or less assists opportunities. Which is passing the ball to somebody with the opportunity to score a basket and shoot the ball. The sons are one in four in those situations which means is not looking to pass to set up guys. He's looking to get his own shot. So in the last three games in the three losses he's had forests opportunities forces opportunities and only three assist opportunities in the last game. He needs to get his guys. Involved it's not just chris paul but let me ask you this way george. It worked in the first two games. Maybe that's how these phoenix suns are built. Is that the possibility here. No no to the contrary if you look at their baldwin you look at their three point attempts and that to me is a big a big status for his. If everybody's sharing the ball because guys like crowder and mcgill. Bridges are getting involved if you get the high three point percentage and you get the ball movement. Chris paul games that sarah alluded to earlier. That's the recipe for. Success is not book going forty. And going i show the hands in that sense. You wanna add to that. Yeah just a quick note to what's donald talking about those assist opportunities. They had fifty three in game one. And it's gone down successively in every game to twenty nine in that last game five. They were the best in the league at those assist opportunities. It's gone down. That's why it was working in games one and two and has gotten progress. But here's why it wasn't working anymore because the box everyone's talking about offense and i understand it's historic. It's their defense guys. They've they've switching and they're staying home. Those opportunities have evaporated remember the corner. Threes that we were all harping about that had eight over the last three games. Give jerus- holiday jaanus all those guys credit..
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"His skill about context is bob set is important. Let's look back at the end of the series. We could actually look if if the bucks win. This will be the highlight. This is what you'll see. All the montage. I will say this. There's for this to be better because lebron if you watch it again. Double clutched airsmith. A little extra time to catch bob ryan. You wanted the last word. I'll give it to you right now. There's a resident of seattle washington. Who fills this utterly irrelevant discussion. The greatest block of all time was bill russell from game. Seven nine hundred fifty. Seven on jack coleman when he ran him down the next county to save minute of play what we thought to be double overtime victory in their play. Every backer buyers bax thrill welcome back to around the horn. Brought to you by checks coming to you. From the seaport district and peer seventeen leagues have employed analysts mental lists astrophysicist to make their all star games. Better through the years nobody has nailed it like the wnba last night. Olympians versus snubs rica while didn't make team usa. She said it was going to be a fun game. That'd be chief played everybody always does. She is an assassin scorched earth. Last night team. Wnba ninety three team usa eighty-five team usa never loses dominant team. All out there sue bird said. They're not. They're not team yet so they're just usa remote. What are you buying from. Last night's all star game. Now that's nice sentiment from sue but neither was the all star team they got together the other day and look rica's gumbo all. I could easily be on this team. Usa so candace parker who was snow back in two thousand sixteen and basis. I'm not doing it anymore. i'm just going to you. A broadcaster love the dynamic of this game. I like to see in the men's side to we're trying to get the all star game better. This would make remote of what they should have done. Going back is the winner. That game is the one that you've gone to the list aid of.
"horn" Discussed on Around the Horn
"Horn to you is this more with the sons are doing or what the bucks have yet to do. How can you even be. After just showing that clip of twelve consecutive passes to an an one for their center who had another wise somewhat. Quiet evening this is about. What the phoenix suns have done. The bucks still haven't solved chris. Paul and devon booker. And i'm not going to pick a roll because you don't like to hear about reserve okay. Just say but here's some of the other things that that is why. I think the sons have done so well we mentioned eight and there. He had sort of a quiet night and yet he had a huge huge tip to get one of those three pointers down in the fourth. Quarter to go down for his teammates. Jae crowder quiet night nails a huge three pointer down the stretch to kill bridges. All over the floor. He hits those corners reporters but does something that he. He's not even supposed to tony. Which is drive to the basket and deliver. These guys are adaptable. They're cohesive they're playing together but do not do not do not sleep on the bucks they still have the best player in this series and the two guys the only shot thirty two digit spent forty five seconds. Talking about the suns. You're the one who make yourself of sleeping on the bucks. June lease isabella about what phoenix is. Doing or what. Milwaukee's failed to figure out so far. I think this is also about what phoenix is doing. I think that play that we showed at the beginning of the show there with all the passes and then you compare that to the play that drew holiday day where he ran back and he he blocks the shot with nobody else around him and then none of his teammates were there to kind of take them up. It was really it was cam. Johnson saved the ball. And then andre in dunks it after that. And there was no milwaukee bucks who'd also run back alongside jrue holiday. The phoenix have so many different ways to win. Like you have de'andre only goes for ten points last night but then you have michelle bridges. Step up have the biggest game of his career and it wasn't even like he was forcing and he was taking the shots that came to him. And then you have on chris. Paul isn't playing as well as he did in game. One you've devon booker step up and so there's so many different ways for this phoenix suns team to win. I feel like you're just seeing the cohesion and the team. The team played that this team is bringing has brought them to this point votes for cohesion there from leeann mcmullen cabinet. This is about what phoenix is doing is yet to do well. Let's talk about things falling apart. Let's talk about things that you're not seeing like for example drew holiday playing as well as he did in the regular season during the playoffs. A guy who shot fifty percent from the field and about forty percent from the three point line all of a sudden now shooting about forty forty one percent from the field and less than thirty percent from the three point line. Let's talk about what he did along with his other star. Who's supposed to help out jaanus. And that's chris middleton. Who last night combine. They went twelve thirty seven and only two of those shots they made were three pointers now. I don't know if iraq that up to the phoenix defense. That's being played. Or if i just that up to the fact that they are missing open shots and not playing to their capabilities. But i think it's more of the ladder and less with the former. And i don't want to say that to take anything way from what. The phoenix suns have done so far because they're back court has been absolutely phenomenal sarahspain. We'll bring you in here on. What through two games. This has been phoenix doing it. Or milwaukee failing to yeah to kb's point you can't ignore what the bucks aren't doing in the fact that you send it to in game one was the only book starter that was a plus plus minus at plus one and then in this game. He's plus three and the rest of the starters are combined minus twenty four. You can't ignore that those guys aren't showing up that they need to buoy their mvp. Who's coming in despite the injured putting up forty two but even if jaanus was playing as well as he is in those other guys. We're not holding up there into the bargain. If not for the sons ability to adapt everything the bucks are doing well on the defensive side. It wouldn't matter the muck the bucks might still win the game but the suns are absolutely crushing them because the changes that milwaukee made that we all as a collective analyst bunch of blowhards asked them to do they did it and guess what the like cool to sit back here and shoot fifty seven fifty percent from beyond the arc. Then it's like whatever you give them they'll take whatever you take away they find something else. And that's why. I think it's more about what the suns are doing despite the bucks being a great defensive team and still being okay. Offensively books started versus brooklyn and one that series. Jackie does this feel like something they can do again or is this particular match of fuel different well feels a little different but middleton. I almost book it right now. He's going to have twenty plus points in game three. They're going to win game three because they're very good basketball team and as i said they still have the best player the reason it feels a little different because the suns are so composed. So i'll go away from cohesion to composed they get within five points. They don't panic. They moved the ball around and they score and it doesn't always have to be chris. Paul devon booker. There's a lot of choices on that too. Yeah it's the depth of the sons that continues to stick out to me to jackie's point. It's there's so many guys who can score and for me. I think that the sons are going to win this series. If they're able to take one of these games milwaukee. I think they're going to be able to win in five games blackstone but the sun's all of a sudden have less death less death after yet another game because we don't know what's going to happen tottori craig so to me it feels a little bit like what we saw before we're injuries crop up on the on the other team's bench and milwaukee's able to take advantage of spain. It feels different. Because you're asking us now. And we have the hindsight of the last series under our belts if you had asked us this question two games in the series with the nets and we weren't sure about injuries and they were losing billions of points we would have said it's over. We're the only thing something different now because we have the benefit of seeing how they turned it around before and now we're stuck in the prisoner of the moment place that we were at with the nets as well. I think we're in the exact same spot where the bucks can potentially come back and things can completely change when they get home. I did this this question. When they were down to to. Brooklyn and jackie macmullan. She's right here. She did answered. Don't sleep on the bucks. That's what she said last series so she added right last words. Jackie now the one thing i would say is that i think the bucks missed opportunity in this. This was not chris. Paul's finest game. He had six turnovers. He looked gas to me at the end. Tony he came back to earth just a little bit. He's still been spectacular but holiday advantage and sarah. I did ask you yesterday in fact who you got in the game and you didn't dick bilbo walkie books in that game in you very good for a while..
"horn" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast
"Things have to be in alignment and if there was ever a time to push the reset button. It's now so those would be the two things. I would have perfect. Thank you so we talked about fud. Fear uncertainty in doubt. But now i want to ask you about fun. What do you do that for fun. Well i'm like to cook and dinner. i'll be. I like to cook. And i like to hang out with my two big for dogs and ninety two amazing daughters when they're home. They're older now. But i like to go wine tasting out east. I live on long island and Spent some time in san francisco as well so That's what i like to do for fun here. You go and i come up here you know. We can get on airplanes again. Go for everyone. I knew that you had dogs. Because you told me ahead of time before i hit record you know if the dog's bark what are we gonna do. I said people will grant some grace right. We'll be vulnerable. It'll be okay and we have had barking dogs so you haven't. They're good the. Ups guy hasn't shown up yet. Is it only ups or fedex to just it's fedex and ups but not the mailman. They know the mailman go. Some mailman give treats right. Maybe that's the reason. So here's a question. It's only one that you knew. I was going to ask you and that is what are you reading. Something you're reading have read or are going to read share with yes. I'm i'm about to read a book called. let's fly. I written by a good friend of mine named giles frazier. Who is a business partner of mine in london. And it's his first book a thriller and so I promised him. I would crack it. Open read it right. I love it when we get stuff that we've never heard before other brand new books and of course all of you are may want to a copy of let's fly. You're going to get a copy of make it. Don't fake it so Sabrina how can people learn more about you. Where can they go. Where do you wanna point people all that stuff. Yeah you can just go to my website. Sabrina horn dot com forward slash book. And of course. You can find me on all social channels but primarily lincoln and instagram and twitter. I'll right sabrina. Horn dot com..
"horn" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast
"Podcast i say back. Maybe this is your first episode. If so welcome. I'm glad that you're here. You're going to be glad that you were here today. Because we're gonna talk about making it without faking it more on that in a second let me bring in our guest out introduce her and we'll get started her name. Is sabrina horn there. You can see if you're watching us. Sabrina horn is an award winning. Ceo cease sweet adviser communications expert and author with only five hundred dollars in five years of work experience. It horn group. A public relations firm that for a quarter century advised thousands of executives in their companies from the hottest startups to the fortune. Five hundred. She was one of the few female. Ceos in silicon valley in the early nineteen nineties and has always to exemplify authenticity and adviser clients on its merits. She's written for publications including the wall street journal inc entrepreneur forbes and cmo dot com. She's now written the new book. Make it don't fake it leading with authenticity for real business. Success sabrina welcome. I'm glad that you're here. Well thank you for having me kevin. It's great to be here. And when i got this book in the mail or i think it just came. Sometimes we ask sometimes they show up but anyway i saw the title and said okay. This is good authenticity. Good thing. we're talking about that but before we do that. Tell us a little bit about your journey. You probably didn't wake up when you were ten. Say i think i'm going to be a pr. Sort of what led you japan. Legiti sure i am. The only child of two german immigrants and their survival instincts infused my entrepreneurial spirit. I started a pr firm in silicon valley at the ripe old age of twenty nine and ran that for about a quarter century advising thousands of tech executives but learning how to be a leader on the job for my own company I'm also a single mom of two amazing daughters Currently i am a advisor to other executives and of course more recently i am an author in. How does that feel to say that. It's pretty amazing. Yeah you know it took two years from start to finish to to create it in. I have a much healthier appreciation for other authors in what it takes to to write a book in and actually get it out there will and that's of course what you're doing now is we're having well as we're having this conversation. The books not quite out by the time it's released When this podcast is released book will be out. It'd be brand new. But of course we never know when people are listening so it might be two years from now when people listening but either way you're to want to know more about sabrina about this book But you know it's always interesting to me doing this..
"horn" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"Macho, I will karate chop the competition. He's Still. Living off of a High School Karate Tournament from like twenty years ago and he's some sort of like local celebrity because of it but he's become kind of crass and made a slippery. Kind of do she kinda you know just a little bit like? Smarmy what a hilarious premise for a show. Yeah. And so. How how real to exactly Johnny, during one of his little drunken benders or whatever sees a kid getting picked on he steps in China Allah Mr Yagi from the original. Karate Chops, the bullies away. This kid now says, Hey, can you teach me karate chop the bullies away? Yes. So now he reopens the Cobra Kai Dojo and he is instilling the lessons that reese the former sense a of Cobra Kai is doing boy. Was a mistake to let them get started. MAGGIO's driving around in his new car dealership drive. In the Nice stuff he sees the Cobra Kai Dojo this cannot stand, and in this series, progressive rivals is back on. There needs to be more like that instead of remakes of deputies take us to the next step. What would have happened? I like the real. Realistic Sequel. More you know what it'd be. Negative but you know more of the happily ever after you know Rom coms and he no fast sport to their their lives when maybe things aren't going quite so swimmingly. That'd be pretty pretty good grittier side of sleepless in Seattle. Nice way speaking of Colorado say in Kung Fu in the various other sports I just saw that Tokyo has vowed. The Olympics are going ahead when they said no matter at any cost. Is that this year? What like five hundred, thousand people it was supposed to be this past summer if they were going to be the two thousand twenty games but now I believe they're happening next year correct and they're saying, yes, it's happening hundred percent. Maybe, there'll be a vaccine by then. So polls will be vaulted. This guy will be her old sprints distance swimming I'm trying to remember all the events in the same rhythmic gymnastics will have a new champion what. Armstrong and getty. This season get football on your time with NFL game pass relive all the action with full game planes resort again with. Again catch every snap in just forty five minutes with convinced gangs. Learn from the pros with film sessions was she in Arizona Mrs Chestnuts and get access to the NFL Films Archive. GO TO NFL DOT com slash game pass and start your free trial today NFL game pass where football never stops..
"horn" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Hey welcome to stuff to blow your mind. My name is Robert Lamb and Joe. McCormick and today. We're doing the horned helm. This is going to be one of our essentially one of our invention themed episodes, but I decided. You know we really need to come back to armor, and the best place to start with armor is really the helmet I think the helmet is one of these wonderful things to consider because on the one hand, there is the more sort of combat, centric and medieval. And even fantasy idea of a Hillman Sifi. Fantastic with the concept, but at a very basic level, I feel like we all have some experience wearing a helmet taking this bit of artificial exoskeleton, slipping it over our own skull, and then enjoying its protection. Do you remember the scene in cone heads? Where <hes> it? It is revealed that Dan. Ackroyd Cohen Head Bell Dr Enjoys driving a motorcycle, but he's not a fan of helmet laws. No I. Don't remember this. Does he have a? A weird helmet or he just he can't wear human humans. I would imagine that's the source of his frustration. Because seems seems like bell. Dr Is actually normally pretty much rule follower, but <hes> but yeah he doesn't like the helmets, and I think it's probably because he has to get one custom made man. I haven't seen that in forever, but I do remember it had a really fun. Stop Motion Monster towards the end. Yes, yes. Bell Dr Scott to fight one with his Gulf skills. It also has a great line that for some reason is is just used for all occasions around our house, which is your phone is too young. Well, you know I. Don't remember if they wore helmets in that at all the more like space centric cone heads, but I feel like there was some sort of a horned crown that one of the more yeah I think. That's right so one of the we're. We're going to be discussing helmets in general, but but one thing that we're also going to discuss. Here is the idea of the horned helm a helmet with horns on it. It's it's an ancient motif in human civilization, and it ties into some earliest ceremonial practices. Practices and models of imaginative thinking. There's also do something so elegant about the idea thing that may be worn upon the head, and in doing so transforms the individual from a mere human into something, symbolically different a hybrid of human embiid. He's channeling the archaic chaotic gods of the Hunt. Oh Yeah I mean it's very therapy. It's what you see in those ancient cave paintings that so exciting when you start to see the human and the animal forms join together, suggesting fantastical thinking it's clearly there in the horned helmet as well. And and and so when you see these ancient motifs, one example that I was looking at before we came in here today. Was <hes> Robert Familiar with the the Sutton? Hoo Helmet? Oh, yes, yes, the sudden new helmet I. Had Papa Picture of it, but I this is one of these that I remember from an early age seeing perhaps on the cover of National Geographic, but it was certainly featured in some sort of <hes>. Historical Book that I had access to his a kid. Yeah, it's just spectacularly creepy with these hollow is the way the mustaches rendered on the the plate of the face covering. I think it also had leather component when it was actually worn, but it's this decorated Anglo. Saxon helmet from I think it was from the seventh century. <hes> was buried in this <hes> in this ship burial somewhere in east. Anglia and I've actually seen this up close. And there are replicas of it that are really cool, because they reproduce the artwork that would have been originally visible on the sides, and although it's got all these panels over it, basically, it's a helmet covered with like comic strips, and in all the little panels there are scenes depicted in. In one of them shows these figures will like human shaped figures with horns, apparently wearing some kind of horned helmet. Oh, also evidence of Hornet helmets on a helmet. Yes, wonderful, yes, but it doesn't necessarily show the the characters wearing horned helmets say going into battle it appears to have more kind of a ritual religious significance surrounding the horns. Yes, in in this seems to be basically underlying the earliest versions of of this you know horned helmets go back thousands of years as far back as a twelfth century. See we see this in Cyprus Bronze Age Europe. and. The generally the idea is that yeah, this probably has its origins in in against symbolic tinkling thinking and ritual, and the idea that you're transforming. You're becoming something else. Which of course has a role in combat as well in a row and intimidation sort of role in the basic? <hes> behavior of making yourself look larger than you are. But, but then there's also this. Imaginative. Side to it there is this ritual aspect of mill, melting, man, and beast,